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MISCELLANEOUS.
RAD WAY'S READY RELIEF
CTTZIZS THE WORST PAINS
from Ono io Twenty Minutes.
mot qn hour "
f - r n tbia -lvarf isMncnt'nocJ any one
siTKCii nrii pain.
..TVWV-? EK-U'Y TFXIEF 13 A CURE FOR
EVERY I'-iiN.
It winltn'flrslnr.-.l L
..... j., .,.,:v v.,,. i!k iMKt i-xitrnclntins rains, nllavs
; ..'iluulj.i.iii'oiis, :.;! -Btv i -.rtim-stions. whether t the
. umss. stomach. J...wcis, or other gianU or organs, by
i : i;ivi:ca:ti'l;.
TV FP.OM ONE VOT'.VTCN'TV MINUTES, t
.... .-. . i,..w !.U-r T ox.-ruciattnB tbe Tn-n llle
.'tr-Y'v Vv.' H.-i ri.IY.en. Imirin. Oiipilvii. Nervous,
; r.-.! .;. . t I r..-irateJ with disease may sutler,
:-AItV-.'AY'S HEADY RELIEF
VIM, AFFOlimSt'TAKT .A8E.
tv-'t ivi.'ics hkiit: 'CfNr.Ys.
1N. .M!.TI('.V OK THE BLADDER.
' rONMXSTloX OF THE LCXCS.
.re 7tir.vr, risruTi.r ikkatiun.
fALI'llAl l iN of the nEAitr.
S7F''V : CE3t'l J.WPIkR'
OArAnttll. IXFIXEXZA.
- i-, .-i -.,-'T :V0 ir"T"
" ' ' S-riVT..-,:A, RHEUMATISM.
cot ) ,-ti;-.l.s. A.3UK I1H.1.S.
..;..:ic.:ll!.- Kendv Ilellcf to Hip partor
i ,r. ; ;!. ttic ji.ilu or iliLi.t u.iy exists will atair.l ease
, ,. ..,.,.., i-, Mir a tmr.i.t.T of water win in a few
MI'S SI-A.-MS SOl'II STOMAilI.
; Yy:'.1V, s'l;K IIFr''liK. l.IAIUitloEA
i;; TVi'l'-v. r.U.V.XVlXL. THE BOWELS.
'''rl-'.vVe-iiloU'.-V nhYiits carry a bottle of 3ad
i Ft"iii Bo'i-f ivit'i th'-ni. A tew drops in
., ".,. v .', .... .x -u -i: k'i.'S- nr ratu- from chaniH! o:
t.'; . j v.: . ;:un t'ui.. 1: 'iir..n.ly or Bitters as a
TZVS'il AGUE.
t-i-vr;. ,- v,;":; ev.re : nr-t'.'tv cents Tliere is
r;.'u",.,;ui a'-e:;t n t:i: w.rM that wH cure Fever
hV iv. ail otlii r .Malavlnw. Witons. Scarlet,
Vv,.:'..:t."Veilw. r-:lwr Pevrr. atdw! 1 bv RAP
W -- FILLS: .itiiet; as If.l AY'S RLAD Lh
J.tLF. i'i.ty ivr.: ! x-r bott.o.
HEALTH 1 BEAUTY!!
cTRf:a An ruT.r nifti Bi-oon-ixrTiEASE
' or f;.k's:I and wi lanT-r-LLAii skis and
isEVlliFLL ( O.ill'LIiiiO.'.' MEtLUED TO ALL.
9 9
Barsaparilllan Eosolvent
TH" CH-AT PLOCD PURIFIER.
T- v- v ,r. r-:r - i c V TOXi'ITV,5 rUHES: FO
Ol 'l-k"so Kli'M ASK THE ClIAXiiKS. THE
t;.,!,v i'NDr..:;oj:s, t xnFtt the ixfli ence
THIS TKl'LY WoSt'ERFtL XEDICIXE,
iiiAT
K?w Bay ai 1mm in Fles
3Bf Wsirti! is Seen M Ml
..f frr F..?.5APAr.II.LIAN- RESOIp
.! ..!. 'i.r-.u-ii t!.e Mo. ' Sweat, Urine,
iiii N a : 1 '..iis.tl 1 1- j-' .it -.n the vi-or of
v. ..;- - A :'.:y wi:h new and
, Si ri.la::'.. Swo,.is," tuitsaniption.
,. Ulcer in Lit tiiroat. Mouth. Tu-
-i't '.tlel irvNa:! oth,T)rti-tM't the sytetn,
mih' --..! .li.- !-.:'ies irui:i the Ear, and
, j ft" skin dSc.i-ts ni'tiotis. Fever
1 Head. Ui-:g Wotiu. !lt StH'Utn. Erysipelas,
v"-.,r-. V;.V:ns ia Hie F!,-ah. Tuinor-. in
M!0. ;ti;d all weakviuiii: and t-aint'iil dis
i'.r v!.-a:s. M' Sperm and all wastes t
it ip!-', :'ro witjiln tile curative ranee ot this
Mkrn e'h'viii.-try, j.nd a te'.v days' use wHl
t:. . r;on usiii iti'r either ci tlie'se i'ornis ot
' .a-rit ; av. t r to cure them.
luars.
NIC !
HV hocouiiu'4 re.lneed tv the wastes
r-(i;-u t!
cor.timnilh' Viroeressiiitf. sue-
'-, :lt n'l
"KI.I.I
Vis:e. and ri.'pairs tiie Rnte
lrtu healthy blood and this
wiil iind dies secure a cure
ieu o:-. 'e this r-'ni'-.ty ci!imienerS its
.-ii. a.t siieee U.it: iliininishinu' the
r-- :i!is will l.e r'.iiid. and ev-rv i"'av
i' I l.fii'.selt f-T'in iriL' better and str-ri:ter,
: :'.-ttui-, ai petite ijjprovine'T and iiesa
:!;: S.'.nhArAr.iLLiAS Khjilvf.t excel
ial f-.iret.;s in the cure of Chronic, Scr-.w
itl, t.aJ 6kiu diseases; but it is iPe.
j fur
only poiti. .e vur
jLhlnci c? IX adder Complaints,
';':';.-.- ..' ' rr. fY 'i----.1, travel. Diabetes. Dmr-sr,
;.;-.'.: . . ;i: .', j v .; ui" Urine, Brieht's
.:.: .:,;;.. r, r.!!-1. i:i ali cases where there are
: l ; c i', .r t'tc wat.-r i.s thick, cloudy, mixed
. ..ii - ii.-.- i'.ut wliiie of an t-'-:, r Ilirtads like
,i ... r .i nktrUdv dars. bilious appear-
. it:i 1 -.i ::w lo'tK dti-' itej-o-'its, m:, when tiiere is
..:.v, ov'iatiuu iv hen pa.-s-;n-4 water, and
iiu i.i t:,t; Qii!l ut tne iiuck aikd along ;iic Loind.
Tu m or cf IV Years 9 Grotvth
Cured by lladivay's llesolvenU
DR. LI AD WAY'S
FensclF'ihiallYeMeplatiiiiPills
reru-'Ctiv t:i iciest, oicirantiy coatod -Ith sweet pom,
ViTT-jf'. rtf-ul'ite. puriiy, clvilne und strencribeii. Rail--..:iv"
r-r t:e cur ui mi disorders of" the Stomach.
I.ivVr. lioW'-:s, Kidneys, libiddcr. Nervous Uiwases.
lU-adac'u. i.'oiwtipatifin, Ci-tivrne-s, Indl'estloo, Dya
I'Cpsia, L;!itU5iitss, Bili:-:ir- Fev. r, I:iiiain:nation of the
Htweis, Tiles, and all l-r:irs'.'Mm-i!t! of the Internal
i.-cera. Warranted un'ifi c; a positive cure. Turelv
t ..eiahle.coiicaiuiii'j n J mui'cury, niiuyraisor dekteri-
A !. w .lovsrfr.ADTAr? T7LL3 vriU f.w the vs
! :ii tr.-sn uiStn.- above n-i'iK:-! .ii-rdera. ?ricc, 25 cents
UEAI "FaL.- AD TPXE 1 .d one letter
.:::,!;. to KAUWaT '0.. No. S2 Warren St., New
V ri- I.n-ra;a:iuu v;-rt!i thousands will be sent you.
BLACKSWT!1IG !
To
in
Citizens of
Edjre-
m ana auiaeem
Country.
rriUK undersigned respectfully announces
.4. that he has uain optue-i business of a
Genera! Blacksmith,
on Church S:r et, irar Mr. Dozier's Store.
Special title utlou aid to .
GUN AND CITY 0RK.
Particular care paid to
XJoi'F'iG-liociiig',
AT ;o the iiiauuCietui-inc and repairing afl
lcin'! r.f f-ricultural and trenera! BLACK
SMITH WORK.
An experience of over TWENTY YEARS
in EdirccoinLe U sulii-ient testimony to my
ciitab.lity. 1 i .-j.ectluliy return thanks for
tin' v.i' ions t:niiif 'stations of kindness here-i'.iw!-o
receive! and hone to continue to de-
'.!'. tll.TM.
. o .'. .-.-t
I. U. PA L AilOUNTA IN.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
jf-jNI'l CF THE BEST COTTON FARMS IN
i". i-ter:i North Carolina, situated on
?',';:''' Kh't r, three miles from Newbern, with
Hi.'; Rail Road running through the tract.
'I here are
Eighteen Hundred Acres
in the farm, of which six hundred acres are
cleared in a body, ia order for cultivation,
Mirrounded by an inexhaustible supply of
good
K3ARL AHD MUCK.
There is a good, comfirtable dwelling house,
v. iih rood improvements, in line order, and a
11 rate well of water on the premises.
There are also, about live hundred well rooted
r3enppeiiioiig- "Vines
on the farm. There are EIGnT MULES, A
HNE fci'OCKOfc' CATTLE, SHEEP AND
KOCS, with ail necessarv farming imple
ueTits, which will lie sold with it.
For further information, tenns,&c.. address,
PETER E. HINES,
Dee. 20,-4t Newbera K. C.
Si THE SALOON."
wheki:
LADIES or GENTLEMEN
CAN OBTAIN
OYSTERS Fill EH or STEWED,
"fP'13 very best quality the market affords.
SXO'DE? OOIT'F'IISE
can be had when called for.
! fV;iE undersigned beg leave to inform his
S. friends and patrons that lie is now prc
i .ed lo liiniish at reasonable hours, Oysters
coke. I or by inea-ure, and request that all
who le. ir" to ourcliase Oysters during the
sea -on, will &iil at " THE SALOON," where
vcryiUin will be conducted in a manner to
M:it lhose w!io may jjatrouize the undersign
ed at his old Maud."
J. M. SPRAGINS,
Oct. 25-1 in. Confectioner.
KOTICE!
l:NITBT) StaTKM InTEISNAI, REVENCB,
Bfputy Coilueiur's Olliee.lid Uititriet, N. O. I
Ttirb'.ro', N. C. Dec. ISth ISTa. N
C-tEVIi
t'St iiiari
t'-Wed N
V. . W
' mannfaotured tobacco,
t. T. Lyon, Urcuuville, N. C, was
I' tii, i?A, at the Warehouse of
it. Co., Tarbjro', N. C. Cause
-;i:'.;ii-j ,-t-uaps iiiijirop -riy allixed.
Any p. !'::oa oi-jxrsons claiming the above
l ace i are required to appear and make
It
s.iiU el.iiniH witiiiu thirty a lys li oiu the date
ol this notice.
- II. II. SHAW,
Dec. 20,3t. Djputy Collector,
ADVERTISEMENTS.
3 "'
:2f
CUSHING'S MANUAL
OF PARLIAMENTARY PRACTICE.
Rules of proeeding ant debate in delibera
tive assemblies. 41 indispensable hand-himk
for every member o f n deliberatire Aorftf,; find
"the nuttioi ity in all the Slates,
"The most authoritative expounder of
American parliamentary law." Chas Sumuer.,
Price, 03 cents. Sent tiv in til on recc'iot of
price. Address THOMPSON', BROWN tfe
CO., Boston, Mass.
TAUsHr.S
and Best
tiKiioii for
A'i'i
,.. v.. 7 tj.ifi ' TiEVKY AK1) UKEfilEKS'
family 'Tivgjaper piTes every suliseriber a
IMlroflhe largest nfid flnt OLKOCHAPHS
two most attractive subjects, tint "take"
o,t .vV,i-paiutcd by ,M:s. Anderson, as con
trasts ami companions lor her "H'Vi? Awake"
and "Fn.v .lsrcy)." A-ents have IMMENSE
SUCCESS; call it the "bot business ever
ort'ered e.uivassers." V- furu:s!i the light
est ami handsomest outfit, ai.U pay very high
comini.-'s'n.iis. Each subscriber receives with
out deia? two beautiful pi'-tures which are
ready for IMMEDIATE DELIVERY, The
paper itself stands t eerlcss amoii family
journals, beintr so popular that of its class it
has the largest f' circulation iit the world.'. Em
ploys the best literary talent. Edward Eles
ton's serial story is just bojrinuing; back
chapters supplied to each subscriber. Mrs.
Stowc's lonst ex-pected sequel to ".Uy Wife
and 7" begins in the new year. Anvonewish
lnp a ffooJ talnry or an iude- A GENTS
peudent bn'ine, should setid ii WASTED,
for circulars and terms to J, B, FORD & CO.,
New York. Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati or
San Francisco. .'. .
Leather Preservative
C03IPATVY.
The attention of the public is requested to
the AMERICAN STAR LEATHER CLEAN
ER AND DRESSER for Boots, Shoes, Har
ness and everything in the way of Leather ex
posed to mud, water or otherwise. It is
easily applied, saves time and labor, and is
fiom twenty-live to fifty per cent, cheaper
than any other preparation now in ue. It
renders'the Leather soft, pliable, water-proof
and refreshed. One application cleans, oils,
blackens and lifts off all foreign matter ; then
the preparation sinks in pv'nS it a neat,
leathery finish. The first premium ' was
awarded it at the American Institute Fair,
New York, 1S73, also at the Maryland Insti
tute Fair, Baltimore, 18T:i.
If oil alone is used on leather, the oxygen
cf the air has an affinity for the same, weaken
ing the fibres, thereby rotteniur it. Our at ti
de is composed of such ingredients that
while relainins all the virtues of the best oils
used iu refreshing Leather, it is not effected
hy water, weather or otygen.
UXIVEKSITV OF JlAKVLAND, )
Nov. 2(1, 1(578. )
My analysis of the American Star Lcatter
Cleaner and Dresser shows that it is compos
ed of substances well known to be benetic ial
and preservative in their action on Leather,
while contain"; no fre acid aud nothing ol
any kind that can be in any way injurious.
Vm. E. A. Aikix, Prof, of Chemistry, &e.
O FICE AND FACTORY,
S, W, Corner Lombard and Sharp Streets,
BALTIMORE, ill).
if n
Oft ii iOArer dav ! Aeut" wanted !
! V-' V AJ1 classes of wotkiut; eo-
pie. either sex, yntta or old, make uicre I
money at work for us iu their spare morn tits,
or all ti.e time, than at anvthins else. Par-'
tieu'ars frea. Address ;. STINSON & CO ,
Portland, Maine.
Q f to $ !'! in Wall St. often leads to a
JL j fortune. No risk. 3i-pae pamph
let for stamp. Valentine Tum bki ik,b & Co.,
Bankers and Brokers, 3.1 Wall-st., N. Y.
$18
a day guaranteed to Ajrenis.
(i. M. Sulivas & Co., S St.
Address
Paul St.,
Baltimore, Md.
iiortitirsLUj !
I gnfl'ered with Catarrh thirty years, and was
enred by a simple remedy. Will send i eceipr,
postage free, to all afflicted. Rev. T. J.
MEAD, Drawer 176, Syracuse, N. Y.
7
(Ah
OF
all & Winter
MILLINERY
AT
MRS. FELDENHEIMER respectfully in
forms the Ladies of Tarboro' and ticlitity
that she is now receiving ber large and care
fully selected stock of
11
consiaLing in part of
Dress Goods,
Silks, Ribbons
Bonnets, Hats,
Featlieis,
Sc?irts, dollars,
Cutis, Laces,
Velvetines,
Trimmings,
Ladies' & Children's
SHOES, ScO.,
and every tb.ing that is usually kept in a first
class establishment. She is receiving
New Styles Weekly
E-S" The Ladies are earnestly requested to
call and examine my stock before purchas
ing elsewhere. Respectfully,
MRS. J. FELDENHEIMER.
Tarboro', N. C, Sept. C, 1S73.
" TO-DAY,"
THE PEOPLE'S ILLUSTRATED PAPER,
Is a thoroughly American enterprise illus
trated by the leading astists, and teeming with
the best efforts of the most able writers of
our country. It is a paper that, t.uee Intro
duced In the family circle, is sure to be eager
ly watched for and carefully preserved. The
choice of
THREE OF TIIE MOST IiEAUTIFUL
CHROMOS
ever issued id given to each subscriber, viz :
" JrsT So High " and "Little Sussiunk,"
two beautiful Child Pictures, by .Mrs. Ander
son, and "Aiioko tub Dnwmtoi-s," a beauti
ful landscape in water-color by the celebra
ted BIKKET FOSTER.
All our agents Lave copies of each, and are
prepared to deliver them together with a
Subscription Certilicate signed by tho pub
lishers, at the time tlie money is paid. Agents
wanted everywhere, and liberal inducement
offered. Sample copies with full particulars
and description of the Chromos, fent on re
ceipt of six oents-
Cnly two dollars and a half a year.
Address
TO-DAY PRINTING ,fc PUB. CO ,
7a:; Sanson) St., Philadelphia.
712 Broadway, New Yor!. 3 School Street,
Boston. 113, 115 & 117 E. Madison St,
Chicago. Dec. iiO.-tim.
Merchant Tailor
179 Main Street,
Norfolk, Va.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE
best assortment ot Good and guarantees
fit. And m Art-
lit and work
Jan. 5th, 1S73
tf
NEW
1 . Hllilli'S
ADVERTISEMENTS.
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vln
egak Birr ers the most wonderful In
vigoraiit that ever sustained th sinking
system.
No Person can take these Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided their bones are not de
stroyed by minoral poison or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
repair.
Bilious. Kemiiteut and Inter
mittent 1 CVers, which are so preva
lent in the valleys of our great rivers
throughout the United States, especially
those of tho Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas, Ked, Colorado, Brazos, llio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James, and many others, with
their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during tho Summer and
Autumn, aud remarkably so during sea
sons of unusual heat and dryness, aro
invariably accompanied by extensive de
rangements of the stomach and liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow
erful inlluenco upon theso various or
gans, is essentially necessary. There
is no cathartic for tho purpose, equal to
Dr. J. Walicl-r's Yineoau Bitters,
as they will speedily remove the dark
colored viscid lriatter .with which tho
boweb are loaded, at the same time
stimulating the secretions of tho liver,
aud generally restoring the healthy
functions of the digestive organs.
Fortify the body asraiust disease
by purifying all its Iliads with Yixeoah
Bitters. No epidemic can take hold
of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
ache, l'iun in tho Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of t'.ie Chest, Dizziness. Sour
Eructations of tlie Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, PalpiU-.
tation of the Heart, Ini'.ammaticn of tho
Lungs, Pain in the region of tho Kid
neys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
One bottle will prove a better guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
ment. Scrofula, or Kins' Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas. Swelled Neck,
Goitre, Scrofulous Iullainniutitiiw, Indolent
Iaiiainniations, Mercurial A flections, OKI
Sores, Eruptions ( the. Skin. Sore Eye-, etc.
In those, us ia ;f;l olLcr constitutional Lii
cused, Waluhu's Vim:g.:i Bittkhs Lave
shown their great curative. )v.-crs ia the
most obstinate aud intractable ca vs.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious. Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers. Diseases of
the Blood. Liver. Kidneys and Bladder,
theso Bitter.-: have r.o equal. Such Diseases
aro caused t y Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons en
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters, and
Miner?, as they advance ia life, are subject
to paralysis f tin? Bowels. To guard
against thk, taka a dose of Walker's Vin
egar BiTTKits occasionally.
ForSkin Diseases, Eruptions, Tet
ter, Salt-Kheuni, Blotches, Spots. Pimples,
Pustules, Boils. Curlmneies, King-worms,
Scald-head, iroro Byes, Erysipelas. Itch.
Scurfs. Discoli rations of tho Skin. Humors
aad Diseases i f the Skin of whatever name
or nature, ar;t literally dug up and carried
out of the system in a .short time by the use
of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
larking in the system of so many thousands,
are eli'ectu.V.ly destroyed aud removed. iNo
system cf medicine, r.o vermifuges, no an
thelminities will free the system from worms
like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of wo
manhood, or tho turn of lilj, these Tonic
Bitters display ?o decided an influence that
improvement is: soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
ever yon liad its impurities bursting through
the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or sores;
cleanse it when you Cud it obstructed and
sluggish ia the veins: cleanse it when it is
foul ; yonr feelings will tell you when. Keep
the blood pure, and the Leuith of the system
will follow.
it. ii. McDonald & eo..
Dragjrist3 ami Gen. Acts.. San Francisco. California,
and cur. nf Washititrtoit anil Chariton Sts.. X. Y.
Sold by all Druggists aiul Uiuiir..
Piedmont Air-Line Railway.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE. RICHMOND
& DANVILLE R. W'., X. C DIVIS
ION. AND NORTH WEST
ERN n. c. i:. w.
CONCEUSED TIKE TABLE-
In effect on and after Thursday, Jan. 1 , lb"-.
GOING NORTH.
stations. Mail. Ex: res s.
Leave Charlotte 7.00 r. m. S.S-j a.m.
' Air-Line Jct'n, 7.15 l: S.'ii) "
" Salisbury, 10.00 " 10.17 "
" Qreensboro' 2.1 o a.m.. 1.15 p.m.
" Danville, 5.28 " . 3.27 "
' " Burkville, 11.40 8.0G "
Arrive at Richmond, 2.32 r. M. 10.02 "
GOING SOUTH.
STATIONS.
Mail.
Express.
Leave Richmond,
" - Bnrkville,
" Danville,
" Greensboro
" Salisbury
1.18 p. M.
1.58 "
0.52 "
1.16 A. M.
3.56
" Air-Line Jnet'n,G.22
Arrive at Charlotte, G.30
GOING EAST. GOING WEST.
stations. Jilail. Mail.
L've Greensboro', n 2.00 a.m. Ait.12.30a m
Co. Shops, 3.o5 " " 10.0-i
Raleigh, ft. 8.30a.m.
O.-IO '!
Air. at Goldsboro, 11.40 ' L've 3.00p.m
kosth western ij. c. e. e.
(SALEM HRANCII.)
Leave Gicen.sboio' 4.40 P. M.
Arrive at Salem U 35 P. M.
Leave Salem H.iA) A. M.
Arrive at Greensboro' ... 10.00 A. M.
Passenger tiaiu leaving Raleigh at 7.40
P. M., connects at Greensboro' with the
Northern bound train ; making the quickest
time to all Northern citie.--. Pi ice of Tick
ets same as via other routes. 1
Trains to ar.d from points Hast of Greens
boro' connect at Greensboro' with .Mail
Trains to or from points North or South.
Trains daily, both ways. -
On Sundays Lynchbur Accommodation
leave liicbmotid at 0.42 A. M., urrive at
Hui keville 12.3'J P. M., leave Utirkeville 4.35
A. M., arrive at Richmond 7.C8 A. M.
Pullman Palace Cars on till night trains
between Charlotte and Pichmoiid, (without
change.)
For further information address
S. E. ALLEN,
Gen'l Ticket Agent,
Greensboro, N, C.
T. M. It. TALCOTT,
Engineer & Gen'i Superintendent.
$ioi$2af
er day. Agents
wanted everywhere. Par-
tlcutara irce.
Mo.
A. H. Blaib & Co., fct. Louis,
5 04 A. M
S.2S '
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FRIDAY
rANUARY 1(5, 1374
i
AFTER THE BATTLE.
Hold ti e lame! it asid.'. ft.id shudder not so!
Tbf'-'s e b'.oo I to see than this s:ain on
ihe snow ;
Th"?re art- po.. of it, lakes of it,, just over
there,
And fixed h oes all Ureaked and ciiiason-
soakeu hair.
I'.d on ihii.k hen we came, ou and I,
out to night
To search for our dead, you w u'd be a fair
sight i
Your his wile; you love him you think
.mi; and 1
Am only bis Mother; my boy shall l ot lie
In the ditch with lh rest, while i:iy arms
ci'ii bear
His lotto to giave, that my own :.hall soon
sha:e !
So it your stie'ngtii falls, best go sit by the
' hearth,
While his mother aloae .veks his bed on
thecaah.
You will sol Then no fainting ! Give me
the light
Atid follow niy fottgteps; my hfiii t will
lead i join.
All! God! What's heiv ? A grat heap of
the slain,
A 1 maimled aud ooiy ! What horrible pain
These beings have d ed in! Dear mothers,
ye weep,
Y.: weep, oh, ye weep, o'er this teriible
sleep !
More ! more ! Ah ! I thought I never more
could know -Grief,
horror, or pity, for angbt here below,
Since 1 stood on the porch and heard his
Cheif tfll
How brave was niv son, and how ' nobly he
fell !
Did they think I cared to ste officers stand
Before my grettt sorrow, each hat in each
hand.
There's the tnooa through the trepB. Oh,
Christ! what a scene !
LUist thou fiotn Thy heavens on snch visions
lean,
And still call this cursed world a foot-stool
of thine 1
Ilaik I a groan ! theie another ! here, in
tne line.
Piled close on each other! Ah! here is the
dag,
Torn, dripping w ith gore ! P.-diah, they
died for this lag !
Here's the voice that we seek. Poor oul,
ihi not start :
We're women, no; ghosts. What a ra,h
o'i r his bean !
-Is thM ai!t w tail ii" 1 A message to
itlve!
To unv hebired ones 1 I swear if I live
j To takx it, lor the sake of tlin wolds i.y
j bov suid
"Motue lautiioi 1 wile .'"- ere lie leeled
j down anioi-e the dead.
But iiul, can yM W.i me w heie his Itegi
' ' tmt:t Mixnl 5
I Speak, speak, n.an, or peit.t ! "T'as the
Ninth'. ()!.! t'.e blood
, Is licking his v.jii e ! What ,i 1j. k of de-
! spaii' 1 .
i Ther, lean m niy knet' while l put Incl
the hiir
j From j our eyes, so fait plating. Oh! my
oai ni g ! my o n :
I My ban Is e. e bo: !i i lltf when y u t!i
j alone .'
i He'sdyh-.- !-l.es dead ! close his eye,
; lei US e ,
: !!.(l"s peace on hi m.;J ' If we a:r could
i know
j Where our dear tne lies. My soul ha
i tu:ne.i .sick I
?dost we c:a'I over these dea l bodies thai
i 1 ere lie so thick t
I I cannot I ctnnot ! How eager vou ate 1
j U:.e laiah: think you were :ii:ied on the
;e l ;at of war.
lie's not here, he's Lot heie! What wild
hopes flash through -
My thoughts, as foot-dop I stand in this
dew
; And cat up a prayer to the blue, quiet sky!
I ias it you. t'nl, that shtieke ! W fat face
doth he
I L'pturneii lowaid me, so rigid aad white !
i O' God toy brail reels! Tis a dream ! My
old siht
I Is dimmed with sucli horrors. Mv sou ! oh'
I n.y son !
j Vt ould 1 ha l Cie.l for thee, niv own, onlv
j one!
j I here, .iit orlyour amis ; U-t l.im come t.
I ine breast
Wl.eie lirst iie was luiied, will) niy soul's
hymn, l- i e...
Your hear l never lliiilid to VOUr lover's
! !n.l kiss
i As none to bis baby-touch; was it for thin !
I Hi -was yciir.s--too;he loved you. Yes,
I you re i ;g!iU
Forgive me, my daughter, I'm maddened
to-night!
: Doii'l tnoan so, dear child; you're young,
j and 'frtr years
May villi lii.lt tir hopes but the old die of
.! lears !
Ye3' take Lint H.a'n ! Oh ! dun't lay your
face there.
See, the blood from his wound has btained
your loys.e hair.
How ijuict yon are ! II ts si e fainted ! Her
j Cheek
: I as cold ;;s iiis own. Say a word to me
! sneak !
' A;a 1 ciaz-'d 1 la sin dea l l Has her heart
j' Li oke the flisl 1
Her trouble re Liitei, but sure my own
weie Hie vtH.i -e !
I'm afraid ! I'm afraid ! alona with the
dead !
These coii ses ;t;e all stirrina ! God help my
pour head !
I'll sit by rey children uti ii the nieti come
To bury the other, aud then we'll go home.
Why, ih Main are all dancing ! Dearest
don't move ;
Keep away from my boy ! he's guarded by
love !
Lullaby, lullaby ! sleep, sweet darling
sleep !
God and thy mother wi 1 watch o'er thee
keep. ,
The largest railway span in the
world is the' Niagara bridge.
The Emperor of Germany has
granted St. Matthew's Evangelical
Lutheran Church of Baltimore about
2500 pounds of cannon captured
from the -French, to be converted
into bells.
A Connecticut farmer, who set
out an elaborate scarecrow in his
strawberry patch, was disgusted to
find that a pair of robins had built
their ne?t and were raising thir
young under its hat.
2' llarvey discovered the circulation
of the blood before he was thirty four.
Yet some editors get to he over a
hundred before .they can discover
the exuot circulation of their own
newspapers.
Laughing photographs are becom
ing the rage. One enterprising pho
tographer keeps a string of Missouri
Jlqnibiican jokes in front of the
camera to produce a broad grin on
the face of the sitter.
A good sentence for a logotype,
"P.utn did it,"
Jones don't see the use of militia.
"What." he bawled out, "is better
to disperse a crowd than a good
policeman?" "A yaller-backed
wasp," shrieked an urchin in the
street.
Population ef the Globe.
. There aro on the globe 1,288,00
0,000 souls, of which :
860,000,000 are Caucasians.
522,000,00 arc Mongolians.
190,000,000 arc Ethoplans.
170,000,000 are Malayans.
1,000,000 are Inrto -Americans.
There are 8,042 languages spoken,
and 1,000 religions.
The yearly mortality of the globe
is 33,333,333, persons. This is at
the rate of 91,555 per clay, 3,730
per hour, G2 per minute. So each
pulsation of the human hearts
marks the decrease of some human
creature.
The average of human life is 33
years.
One-lourth ot the populations dies
at or before the age of 7 years.
One -half at or before 1 year.-.
Amone 10,000 persons one ar
rives at the age of 100; one in 500
attains the age of .90 ; one in 100
lives to the ageof 70.
Married men live longer than sin-
frie ones.
In 100 persons 95 marry ; and
more marriages occur in June and
December than in any other month
of the vear.
There are 336,000,000 Christians.
There are 0,000,000 Israelites.
Thero aro 600000,000 Asiatic
religionists.
There rre 300,000,000 Pagans.
In the Christian chnrchs :
170,000,000 profess the Roman
Catholic religcon.
75,000,000 profess the Greek
faith.
80,000,000 profess the Protestant.
Jackson and Benton
In early life there existed a bit
ter feud between General Jackson
and the Bentons. This at last
culminated in a tavern fight with
pistols and sword-canes in Nash'
ville, Tennessee, in which Jackson
and his friend Colonel Coffee and
the two Bentons Thomas II. and
Jess2 participated. The result
was that Colonel Benton planted a
bullet in the fleshy part of General
Jackson's arm, which the old hero
carried until his second Tresidental
term, when it was extracted by Dr.
Jackson' a celebrated Philadelphia
surgeon. During the closing year
of his last Presidential term,Gener.
al Jackson h'id occasional and vio
lent attacks of hemorrhage of the
lungs, and Dr. Lewis Field Linn,
of Missouri, the colleague of Colo
nel Benton in the Senate, was his
physician. The bitter feud having
long before been fiettled, Colcnel
Benton was a frequent visitor of
the White IIoue, and was spe
cialiv attentive during the illness
oihis former i'oc. Dr. Linn, feel
ing himself justified by his intima
cy with the parties, ventured to
ask their version of the Nashville
encounter. " Benton, you tell it,"
was the response of Old Hickory,
" No, Jackson, I'll leave it to you.
for your account will be correct,"
and, pending the discussion, ihe two
ancient foemen were crying like
children.
Mr. St. George Mivart, the critic
of Darwin, has an article on ' Con-
tcmporrry Evolution," in olc of
the cetrreut English monthlies, in
which he calls attention to tlie
" steady but unsuspected growth of
Paganism among m." It has been
going on for three centuries, and
may, before long, get a much fulhr
development ; for, after all, the
Arian race is Pagan to the marrow
of its bones." It is a little start
ling to look forward to a revolution
which shall set up the sun as an
object of worship, "a form of the
unknowable ;" but Mr. Mivart goes
much further, and calmly predicts
" a revival of antique rites gradually
engrafted on existing forms, glow
ing passages from Professor Tyn
dall supplying antiphons, and sug
gesting hymns for the new ritual."
It is pleasing to know that " the
Christianity which yet remains
diffused among us, and tlie refine
ment of modern manners, renders
the open practice ot licentious and
sanguinary rites as yet impossible ;"
but only, Mr. Mivart fears, " as
yet;" and he looks iorward in the
near future to a great Pagan revi
val, with ali its accompanying de
gradations.
The Family Physician.
Many families do not h ave one.
They call in now and then anoth
er medical practitioner as the fancy
takes them- or as they hear of this
or that "astonishing cure " that has
been performed. We do not be
lieve in any such course. Choose
some one physician, and stick to
him. There is a great deal in the
doctor's coming to know your fam
ily constitution and peculiarities
the action of your system for each
individual is in a measure different
under uch remedies, ycur tem
perament and disposition. More
over, don't expect miracles of your
physician. What man can do, he
undoubtedly will do i.e., if he is
at all worthy of confidence. Medi
cal science is even yet largely grop-.
ing in the dark. And don't forget
to pay his bills promptly. He is
at least as much entitled to prompt
compensation for his services as
your butcher or crocer. Your grat
itude at his care is desirable, but it
won't feed him or his children.
A new toy has just been intro
duced, and will surely become verv
popular. It is a wax doll in a crib,
the doll being dressed in night
clothes and a dainty lace cap. By
some mechanism, the doll baby at
certain intervals, after being wound
up ia the crib, puts out its arms and
distinctly calls," "mamma." The
inventor thinks "no family should
be without one."
" Fire a shot gun in sny direction
ia this country; and you hit a poet,"
And you will find when you have
hit him that, in something more
than nine cases out of ten, he is not
worth the powder and lead.
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