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W l a ?. ; :. t i O - I j t .-. ,-..r;:'l i , ... t r J9S cl-I a w esc:...-.- i . . ALL - POWERSNOT HEREIN DELEGATED, REMAIN WITH THE PEOPLE." Constitution of N.-Gv -"mx . .) v irs. vol.. :o ) v vol.. l ) TARBORC N. Q?vFRipAY, OCTOBER;9rl874. NO. 41. ) .'"17.:. "r.D . ... ".Eft' . . - - " LS. l r- "f jr -BaiB: fc w mr i m GENERAL DIRECTORY. '.. N ' ..; , N . t. ,l,w,h -..l,1,. II. ., , . -?! ..'! i'-'iv -oil. , , . i u '.-i K-'irt WKit-lnir-'. . mm-.', i-.. :.. t OS TV. 'U-rk and I'rohate .'A ' . . . -'.vx. Mv-'.'abf. .v.',-';-- -i -. ; !i Col''.. V- - : u .. l r - II. H. w. ni. A ,) , .1.1 ; !,.! Ii. f1. W ilii Ullri. ,',;-.. '.;(' - U in A. IM.Km. r.,--hi(i. 1iii - isHT. C;i:;trinaii, '.' ; -i- V- :, I:. W. X,M-vn;-. Kr-mU I'' vi. Km a:. A. MeC.ti-c, Cu r. .'J Al I. ,,.,!( , ;. . . r:! vi w. H. i.. i ,.i. , .,. . li' A. M. '" .' :: I'. M ' - - i . . i i m ;i. vi i.ur.KW ii.i.i- rvs Ki M M' -!'!; i"A. . ; i ..'V - ' A. M . ,: ., . 1'. M. !.!;; I'.s. 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' C '. it!i Lou-.s Irom '' A. ii.VPisnss. . .; I :. ; - Oilln-, on Main S'uvi t, rv ... -x '' o'e'uek. N. M. I.'v'.vi.r.vCE, A;LT!t. AMS' HOTEL. S 3 Main Street, Tsrbcro', N. C. 0. F. ADAMS, Proprietor. IS Nov. Ol'EN FOR THE ;i f tr.ivei'.n public, ! ip-ired to m.ikc all who ! i i-.iluruViC ;md Jileasnut. Mioji'if'd with the best tliu i l rvud by experienced j-ri' tor rr!y ak u trial, for " O. Y. ADAM?. If. !!' LEBER'S OAKERY ! !;.!! AbEIsHEU BAKERY IS r-.iy : t,!v i!; : oi Tar- :.' !';. Uy -.s ,Ui ilii kiiids ot '. ' ' . Fr t:Ji ii'fl Plain :. ,-, .V.-'.-. Frul'i, j v.Tviliini u-".. illy kij't i ii n First a -iih'i tit ol tl..- kind. !'r th" ii'u.r.il jcaronuue of the u !, r-ir!.1" :!-':- -x e j.n.niiiitiou, ! : o .'!: 'i s.Uisiatiion. -,:.: t;;nilies -:s iduav" have : ; r Cii Ues li'-tl liert- ;it sliort- t'tt liCtit f. 'or PnctH-s: & Oft Us ; .!. .-CI .imiI exuninc our s-toek, :) U '! Nl '' liuiiover. .:.. .TACoii V, EI!ER. :y-imi..M & ii wis 1.4 4 . - s - , - W V ...... ? . ii iliirlStba'ilW j L vv li l. c. h-1 3 . ,n i in:: .; kweluy, fine . . . . .-7- in 5 OBSTACLES, vJg. 'n - i:- ;-. . I'.r.thfuiiv xwe k imam : .:.v ,r.; i !' I'iT'TV FIKST .. :: .re ini.Mlif Hit: best HOW !:. , !;:'!.! ' ::i .y v. .11: in: i-d lor '.''- :is low a - th-; ' .c!u-ive , i--t (ii:ie! i:' 's and the most ' 1 1 ,',-;:i;i v.;i! ienuit. The tid ' -in.; r-1, and the .': oi l South espe i". ml .no:; verdict of the ' : . "I n.VV PIANO. The V ..' i.nr :n-t rnnn-nU is f'ullv 1 : l. TV .-(.'IIOOLS AND . -oMrli, n-lnj,- over ''00 ol 'ir- for -1 vera! of the ' ' ;n . r of r.iiiinet and Par ; j. !... r.O to ?!li0. A lib ' io ! ;i::iiien ;.nd Sabbath : . ..; -. o'id-liaiid Pianos, ;. ' ?T." to :;o:.i. always 011 . i OfitalogW', cotitaluiug ver':. '.o.-ouMierners who lit ve :n t!i.- Stiell Piano. CHAC. M. STiEFF, No. '.i North Liberty M . i!AI.TI.IOl;E, M. D. i'v - t.amduu St., and 45 & 47 June 12,-tf. MISCELLANEOUS. Dr. J. Walker's California Yin- ca;ar Uitters aro n purely Tcgctablo preparation, mado chiefly from tho na tive Lciba found on the lower ranges of tho Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor nia, tLo medicinal properties of which are extracted therefrom without tho uso vi Alcohol. Tho question is almost daily asked. "What is tho cause of tho unparalleled success of Vinegar Bit teiis?" Our answer is, that they remove the cause of disease, mid the patient re covers his health. They aro tho great Llood purifier and a life-giving principle, a perfect Hcnovator and Invigorator of tho system. Never before ia tho history of" the world has a medicine beea compounded possessing the reniarkablo qualities cf Vinkgar 1 I ITERS in hcahus tho Eick of every diseaso man is heir to. They aro a pentlo Purgative as "well as a Tonic. relievir.2 Conirestioa or InCammation of tho Liver au'i Visceral Organs ia Uilioui Diseases The properties of Dr.. Walker's Vixkga Hitters aro Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative, Nutritious, Lasative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-Irritant Sudorific, Altera tive, and Aiiti-Biiious. U. II. McUO.VAL.IJ & CO.. Vrr-rcists and Gon. Acts.. San Francisco, California, iv.ia or. or asniinrtun and t narlton sts.. . hold by all Druggists and Dealer. FLUID EXTRACT The oiilv known remedy for BRIGHT 'S DISEASE, And a ositive remedy lor GOT T. GRAVEL, STRICTURES, DIABE- E5, DVSrEr3IA, NfiBVUUS" DEBILITY, DROPSY, Non-retention or Incontinence of Urine, Ir ritation, Inflamation or Ulceration of the BLADDER & KIDNEYS, SPERMATORRIKEA, Leuerrhea or Whites, Diseases of the Pros tate Gland, Stone in tbe Badder, Colcuhis Gravel or Brickdust Deposit and Mucus or Milky Discharges. KEARNEY'S EXTRACT BUCHU Permanently Cares all Diseases of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, AND DROPSICAL SWELLINGS, Existing in Men, Women and Children, i7r NO MATTER WHAT THE AGE. Prof. Steele says : ' One bottlo of Kear ney's Fuid Extract Buchu is worth more than all other Buchus combined." Price, One Dollar per Bottle, or Six Bot tles for Five Dollars. Depot, 104 Duane St., New York A Physician in attendance to answer cor respondence and give advice gratis. ' eiui "stamp lor rampnieis, iree. -TO THE- Nervous and Debilitated OF BOTH SEXES. Ko Churye f-jr Advice and Consultation. Dr. .1. B. Dvott, graduate of Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, author of seveial valuable works, can be consulted on all diseases of the Sexual or Urinary Or uans, (which he has made an especial study) either in male or female, no matter from what cause originating or of how long standing. A practice of 30 years enables him to treat diseases with mccess. Cures guaranteed. Charges reasonable. Those at a distance can forward lettes describing symptoms and enclosing stamp to prepay postage. Snd lor the OuvU tr, Health. Price 10c. J. li. DYOTT, M. D., rhy.-L-ian and Surgeon,104 Duane St., N. Y. JAS. LEFFEL'S ILIPBOVED ECUELE Turbine Water Wheel. iJoolc Xliint, M-.n.itfjet!ir-rs for the Sor.tb and Sonthwest. Xearlv 7"0-') now in use, working under heads varying from ' to 210 feet ! 2 sizes, from 5;'4 to NO inches. Th-- most jiowerful Wheel in the Market. And mos't economical in use of Water. Large rt.Li's ntATED Pamphlet sent post free. MAN-UFACTUKEKS, ALSO, OP Portable and .Stationary Steam Engines and Boilers, lialicork & Wilcox Patent Tubulous Boiler, Ebaugh'a Crufcher for Minerals, Saw and (irist Mills, Flouring Mill Machinery, .Machinery for White Lead Works and Oil Mills, Shafting Pulleys and Hangers. SEND FOR CIRCULARS. Feb. 'JO, 174. Cm fe WT I 1 AVILSON Collegiate Institute. AGRICULTURAL, COMMERCIAL, NOR MAL AND COLLEGIATE DE PARTMENTS. Entire average expenses, 1200 per year. Fall Term begins October 5th, 1874. Ad dress, for Catalogue, 8. 1IASSELL, A. M., Principal, Aug. 14.-3ni. Wilson, N. C. P4ISCELLAMEOUS. Manhood: Hoi Lost "Bow Restored ! Just published, a new .edition of Dr. Culverwell's Celebrated Essay on the radical cure (with out medicine) of Spermatorrhoea or tjnii- nal Weliil, IavplnnUi-y Stiuat Lasses,-1 liuiotency, Mental and Pliisical-lncapRcity Impediments to Mtrjf etc.; ajira ' CuJ sumjition, tpilepsy and r its, induced It self indulgence or seclual extravaaance, &c. Price, iu sealed envelojie, only six cenis. The celebrated author, in this a.liuir.'ble Essay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years' successful practice, that the. alarming consequence of self-abuse may b radically cured without the dangerous use ol internal medicine, or , UitfApplicatkH of the kujfe; potntirifr out a mode of cure at once simple, certain, and effectual, Wy uieans of. which every sufferer, no niatter wlrat his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, private ly. and radteatty. i . . lsF This Lecture should be in the hands of every youth and every man in the land. Sent under -eai, in pi in envelope, o any addnesA, oiii 4oi receipt f si j cents cbi 1 : IStAii iili ELINE A CO.' 4586-. jy 31 -tf. FOR SALE;' ' A Valuable Plantation in Martin County. Ti.e undersigned mvi? changed hU bus-ine.-.-, otitis for sale his plantation on Cone l.ie t.'reek. in .Martin Couiity,,wliich lies iiu uied.:itely on the maiu road from Taib ro ii. iVi'ij.iiustoii, 3 miles from Hamilton and 1 mile trom B.ulecs Biide. The place contains beiwetOi five and six hnndred acres, we'd adapted to the growth of cotton and corn, and all the products ot tbe Roauoke section. Has an abundance of marl on it, w;th every convenient facility lor manuring, and is well set in all the timber of the com mon varieties. THE DWELLING HOUSE is large and commodious, containing tbii teen rooms, well furnisbed and in good con dition, with all necessary out-houses con veniently located. Also, two wells of good, never failing water. The neighborhood is very desirable, and a flourishing school might he established at this place. Any one wishing to examnie the premises can call on Mr. W. S. Briley, who Jives in s-iiiht, and will take pleasure in shoeing the samp. Terms liberal and accommodating. ?or particulars, address me al Greenville, N. C. O. STEPHENS. Sdpt. 11, 1871. tf. Livery Sale mmd "stables i THE undersigned takes pleasue in inform ing 'the public that he has established ia Williameton a large and first-class Livery, Sale and Exchange Stable, at which he is prepared to board horses by the day, week r .moutli. 11a ring a good stock of horses always on band, be will sen or exchange on reasonable terms. He will also send passengers about tbe country -at ' moderate rates. DroTers will always find "at bis Stables ample accommodations. JAMES, M. L..SITERSON, i X i ,"Willtani9tOB,.N. C. P. S. Any person comraanicjUag witbbka can have a-orveyance sefit i arty ' paK de sired. . , w - J-'M. L. & Jan. 30, 1874. ly. HOI for the SEA SHORE BLUE FISHING AT ! BEAUFORT,. N. C. Buy a Return Ticket and Try It. Try the delightful and exciting sport of catcning Blue Fish, Mackerel, tc, without bait in a boat under full sail. Trolling on Old Ocean. To those who are fond of dog and gnn, Beaufobt oilers great inducements. A Brass and Stnns; Band discourses sweet music nisihtlv. rirst-Class Bar, Brlllard Rooms, and Bowling Alleys. THE ATLANTIV HOTEL, BEAUFORT, N. C, THOS. W. CHARLOTTE, Proprietor. THE OCEAN IIOISK, BEAUFORT, N. C, THOS. A. R0BBIX8, Snpcrintenden'. Aug. 29. . lm II. T. COKER, AGENT FOR THE Celebrated "Wheeler Sc "Wilson lex7-ixxs 3VflCa3liJLxa.o, Which SURPASSES all other Machines ALSO THE Home Shuttle Machine, which is THE BEST cheap Machine in Use. Price from $29 to $75. The public is invited to call and ex amine my Machines before purchasing. OCicc on Pitt Street, a few doors from Main, TAHUOHO', IV. C Dec. 7, 1872. ly Chowan liaptist Female In stitute, Iiirfl'eosljoro', IV. C THE Institution has just closed the most prosperous session of its history. The next s-ssion, with the same corps of teach ers, will begin 1st Wednesday in October. Charges per session of nine months, payable one-fourth on entrance, one-half 15th Feb ruary, remainder at close of session. Literary Tuition and Board, f 158. Ornamental Branches, taught by the best teachers, on terms equally reasonable. For catalogues, address a. Mcdowell, Pres't. July 17. 2m N.F. BURNHAM'S Cs3 mAj ( 1874 TURBIME FO The Celebrated iWassey Warranted iot 'to Choke.2 Refer to numbers of the best lanners in Edgecombe county. .--- W. C. LEWIS, Agents ril ' "" Tarborq', N. C Also Agent for the 8COF FIELD COTTON SCREW PRESS. - Bcnfl m your oraerseany Auyut7,l74.! J tf. ji NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. rr?r CO C U S JTO apJia. iLadies' I II LL Oomfclbation Needle-book, Kb Ohromoi. Beud stamp Dkan A Co., New 4w Bedford, Mass. llTi 'KKINli PEOPLE- Ma'e or Female, f T Eiiiployiaent at borne. $3J per week warrnnted, no cipiUtL remiired. i Partpulars kiTd ViKwbW f8 Wfcl TreeJ Jdregi! vi.i fl tent felurTistamp, Tj.TtOSS, Williamsburg, .1. i-4 tr i-norrtriPfl J Work At nome nBaIe or le"11'"' 99i per f week, dav or evening. N'oCapltal. I0r ail We snrct Valuable pnekage Of goods by mail free. Ad jiess with six cent return stamp, M. Young. 173 Greenwich St., N. Y. .., ; f,e' ' ..... : :. - XTED-Accnts 2!!!$ $i 00 worth ofsMflpfes 1trvnv awary - to tbos who will become auents. J. BRIDE CO , 707 Broadway, N.,Y, ' ', ; ; ,t i : ; w 46 TSTCHMA'CTk or SOUL C HARM- NO. " How either sex may fascinate and gain Ibe love and atlections of any per son 'iey choose instantly. This simple men tal acquirement all. can noMeM. free, bf mail, for , toaatbrwt'lJi rtarriir, gfVSft Eifvi.viii Orle,l Daibi, flinu to iMkii Weldhitr-NitsfcitailriiSSa A queer betoki Ad ore-a ? wiu. a(j. inibs. rnpa. Iff Coughs, Colds, w Hoarseness, -AND AXTHtA-F DISEASES, Uso WELLS' CAKHOLIC TAKLTS, 1 put'up qsIy W BT.trp. boxes. A TRtEQ AND'$UE REMEDY. " S"l'! '' Dcuggists. . . - r 4w ilTART IN LIFE. BRYANT, STRATTON & SADLER IUSIVKSS COLLEGE. N'o Vacation Enter any Tvme, I B" For Documents, Money, Specimens, Patrons and Terms, address W. 11. SADLEK, Prest., BalUmore. The I. S. Publishing iCo. 13 Vnkersity Place, Xetc York, Want Agents everywhere for the following : SPIRIT OF THE HOLY BIBLE. Edited by Frank Moore. An elegant 8vo, 600 pp., oiiO Engravings from tbe Old Masters. Price, 5.00. OUK FIRST HUNDRED YEARS. The Life of the Republic By C. Edwards Lester. 12 monthly parts, 90 pp. each. Royal Svo. 50 cts. each part. LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVICES OF CHARLES SUMNER. By C. Edwards Lester. 5th Edition, revised and enlarged, bvo, 700 pp, $3.75. rpiIE NEW YORK TOMBS. By Warden X Sutton. A complete history of Noted Criminals of New York, and the Romance of Prison Life. 8ro. 670 pp, $3.50. Circulars, specimen pages, and terms to agents on application as above. , 4w - , . . ;,i, . . ' P0STF0XEMEXTS IMPOSSIBLE - -$20-" Will buy a FIRST MORTGAGE PREMIUM BOND of tbe -a V, Industrial Exhibition Co., Authorized by the Legislature Ot tbe State of New York. . - . 2nd Serie Drawing, October 0,1874. EVERY BOND -' pnrcbased previous to October 5th will par ticipat. Address tor Bond and full partic- MORCENTHAUT4feONO A CO.i Financial Agents, I tft ARK HOV, Y. P. O. Drawer 9. AdiJicatjoBS, for Afdotiee reoeived. '.'.J w , .v4. HAVE YOU TRIED J V R IT K 11 U .1 ARE YOU Weak, Nervous, or Debilitated ? Are you so Languid .that ' any exertion. re quires more of an effort than you feel capable of making ? Then try JURUBENA, the wonderful Tonic and Invigorator, which acts go benefi cially on the Becretive organs as to impart vigor to all the vital forces. It is no alcoholic appetizer, which stimu lates for a short time, only to let Ue sufferer fall to a lower depth of 'misery Ibtt It is a vegetable tonic acting . directly on hf liver and spleen. It regnlates the Bowels, quiets tbe nerves, and gives such a healthy tone to the whole system as to soon make tbe invalid leel like a new person. , its operation is not violent, bttt is Charac terized by great eentleness ; tbe patient ex perlencee no sudden change, no ""marked re sults, but gradually bis troubles " old their tents, like the Arabs, And silently steal away." - This is no new and untried discovery, but has been long used with wonderful remedial results, and :s pronounced by the highest medical authorities, " the most powerfal tonic and alterative known,; 4 j e'j. Ask your druggist lor it.'" Far aria byhi it WM. F. KIDDER & CO., New York. 4w. Steam Engines, Saw Mills, AND rfillE undersigned has taken the Agency lor rius section, ior ni. Jd.iir.i & CO., of the Metropolitan Works of nicn.no d, vi. we .:!! furnish any machinery of their make at factory prices and give estimates for pro posed new machinery, thereby saving much delay in correspondence and the expense of a trip to their shops. Tbe .Engines and Saw Mills built at these shops are gaining ni favor with our people every day. Pleasure will be taken in pointing oat the peculiar features and advantages of these machines. II. A. WALKER, Sup't. Edgecombe Aff'J Works, Sept. 13.-tf. Tarboro, N. C SAVE YOUR MONEY " BY BUYING AT THE LIVE BOOK STORE. THE undersigned -having just lefarned front Sew York wittt a FULL STOCK, consisting Of BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, j-t n a m s m -v r a d f w ; PlptsC' respectfully solicits the patronage of the public. Having bought at PANIC PRICES. I am prepared Ur cHef TtMHieeindbts 1 I QTJKS f ALES ! AKD 'SMALL IS 'MY MOTTO. PROFmS IS?" I am also Agent for the American CstJoDffidia. Thistle Edition-of .Waverly, Stamps and Seals, She?t Musie. Jline'a 81M Roof Pamltng and latest periodicals and pa pers. fc 1. t,.J.l!,VlS, ' ; at RedmoodrOW RaiidP Tarborof, AprU 10, 1874. tf. AD V E RTISftlW E NTS . t- -- . Satrli'Pf WStelartdritc from Ladigea- tTob said 4'ori)tdlty 6f,the Liver, and relief is always aixtously sought afttr. If the Liver ia Regulated fu ha net ion, health is almost in variably secured. Want of. action lp the Ll?r er cause HeadfcSie,.tQ4$ipat'pqJ Janndip, Pain in tbe Shoulders, Cough, Chills, Dizzi-. ness, Boor Stomach, bad taste in the-month, bilious attacks, palpitation ot the heart, de pression of spirits, or tbe blues,, and a hun dred ether 'symptoms, for which SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR iJli& best remedy that bM eyer been discovered. ;IJ acts mildly, effectually, and being a eiiopie vegetable Compound, Can do n injtiry in any qmintities that it may be taken. It is harmless in every way; it has been used for 40 years, and hun dreds of the good and great? trom all parts of the courtry wil Touch lor its Being U pu rest and heat. J -- rest and best. SIMMONS' labarmless. LIVER REGULATOR, MEDICINE, OR Is no drastic violent medicine. Is sure to cure il taken regularly. , ' Is no intoxicating beverage. Is faultless family medicine. Is tbe cheapest medicine in tbe world. Is given, with safety and tbe happiest results to the raot delicate infant,. Does not Interfere with business. Does not disarrange the system. Takes Ibe place of Quinine and Bitters of eTery kind, , - t Contains the simplest remedies. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Piedmont Air-Line Railway. RICHMOND & DANVILLE. RICHMOND . & DANVILLE R. W.. N. C. DIVIS ION, AND NORTH WEST ERN N. C. li. W. CONDENSED TIME TABLE In effect on and after Monday, Aug. 10, 1874. GOING NORTH. STATIONS. Mail. Express. Leave Charlotte 7.45 p. m. Air-Line Jct'n, 8.15 " " Salisbury, 10.44 " " Greensboro' 2.15 a. m. " Danville. 5.13 " " Dundee, 5.25 " " Bnrkville, 11.30 Arrire itt Richmond, 2.2' p m. : ? f - - 8.35 a.m. 8.56 " 10.54 " 1.15 p.m. 3.86 " 3.48 " 1104 " GOING SOUTH. BTATIOSS. Mail. Express. Leave Richmond, 1.38 p. m. 4.41 " 9.25 " 9.29 " 12 20 A. li. 3.15 11.04 p.m. 2.07 a. m. 7.40 " 7.44 " 11.00 " 1.21 p. x. ' 3.25 " ' 3.30 " BurkTille, Dundee, Danville, Greensboro', Salisbury, " Air-Line Jnet'n, 6.15 Arrive at Charlotte, 6. 22 GOING EAST. GOING WEST. STATI05S. MaiL MaU. L've GreensboT 2.15 a.m. cLArr.ll.15A m ' ;Co. Shops, 5. 4.00 " - 10.00 " $xf. atGoldaboro, 10.50 " L've 2.30p.m : t N0ETH WESTERN N. C. R R. (SALEM BRANCH.) Leave Greensboro 2.00 a m Arrive at Salem 3.30 " Leave Salem 9.20 p m Arrive at Greensboro . ; 1 1.16 " Passenger train leavingBaleiglf at 5.41 ' M., connects at i Gi.eenbro'. . tvjUi- the Northern boand ttairi ; makiri thffctntckest time to all Northern cities. Trice of Tick ets same as via other routes. Trains to-and from-'pomts East of Greens boro' conneet at Greensboro' with Mail Trains to or from points North or South. T rains daily, both ways. Qa Sundays Lynchbnrg Accommodation Iea Richmond at 9.00 A. M.', arrive at Borkevifle 12.43 P. M., leave Burkeville4.35 A. M., arrive at Eichmond-7.58 A. M. - Pullman Palace Uars on all night trains between Charlotte and Richmond, (without Change.) 41 or further information address - S. E. ALLEN, ? Gen'l Tkket Agent, . , Greensboro, N, C. T. M. R. TALCOTT, Engineer & Gen'l Superintendent. (4 H H 80 SB . ei . n -5 i1 ;i. o H R fj;aj3 h J -Ss'KiS, CA G3 cm a Peace Institute. A BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. 1 ' RALEIGH, IV. C. Tbe Fall Session commences onWEDNES DAY. the 23rd 8eDtcmber. and continues without intermission; tOj lih fciddlCvOf June iAllAnrinn !. " For catalogue and circulars containing full parUealara, fie., aocress s t - - EnvR. BURWELL, July 17, ' 2m. OUR MOTTO! SMALL PROFITS. , , At D. LICHENSTEIN 1 1 , . j ,r . City Grocery. ; N.BTlne stock Cigars always en hand. May 6, 1874. ly pi i:. 4 1 ) n :Jg i''f t ' " FELDAy. : OCT. .1824 woaitiie E0B 'A IIYIXG. i .J-7 J UZ Sli fT i Ha!ph':Harttson madeth'ff'xfeK- matiop hi' a half iricre(Jul6u3'itin.i' -L.lkiiij:. '..1 il...- .-'i.V'-- der! Sidney ! Coster "Lad. 'eC&y befotebeen the richest of all that" wealthylcircle of -whicfe :;ihey weter the rejueiaatatifes.tiHiBiLteut eiws 'But Jrcta 'aotndfir9taJtd it:Ck; ' T cnnnAiia s as: 1 '- - I do:noti I aiinot realize iT.' persisted Harmon. ' ' " .V:- ' -' You would if you were in my place,' replied Sidney bitterly, u , ; ' ;How did it happen please ex plain,' said Hartstorx, lighting ,'a freeh cigar. However " mucfe". pur friends mar lose, 'it iejdonf filter's feres much with our- pleasures " ia tbis world. -r. . . i I- .-lr.T 'Simply and naturally ? enogh, replied Coster, declining 'witlv c-& wave of his- hand ;jthe goffered cigar." "i.o, I must give"Up that luxury now; I have no- morfey to apend on , cigars. -, I trustedi;in'$ money to my uncle, who, by .'the way, is tbe best fellow' ia. the worlds and he lost it all for me;f that's all.' ' I aui ainaiej at your coolness," said Ralph. ' ' . .. 4 No use fretting about It now; that won't mend the blatter, or make it any better.' That's true enough, but very hard to practice, I imagine. How did your uncle, who, by the way, I should call a very sharp fellow, if he had lost all of my fortune for me, lose all this money ? Large sum, I believe V - 'Cool hundred and fifty thousand,' replied Coster, as composeely as if the sums were but the same number of cents, or belonged to some one else. ' And he lost it V 'Yes, that's just it speculating interrupted Sidney, as hia friend glanced inquiringly at hjm. 'And you, Sidney, what will you? ' ' Why, go to work of course ! What else is there to do V Work ! Sidney Coster at work ! He, the daintiest and most wealthy aristocrat of us all, at work ! Why, the idea is preposterous. The sneering laugh which follow ed these words nettled his listener, and roused all the manhood within torn. ' . , ' And why shouldn't I work or you either, for that matter? .-God intended that all his creatures should earn their bread, and be cause we have always lived and grown in the sun of pleasure,- and eaten the bread of idleness; is it any reason why we always should ? Out upon such ideas, 1 . say j and away with this false pnde, that wilj permit a jentlemati to swindle, lie, gamble and steal, and not . lower himself, but abases him to -the dust if he dares to honestly earn his liv ing. It's all wrong, and I will not be bound by it. ' . - He showed by his earnest look that 4 he meant it, every word. Hartston was aghast at such level ing ideas and said : 4 Just as you please, ot course, Coster. You are your own master. But of course, if you choose to put yourself down in the dirt, you won't expect your friends to come down to the same level. I, for one, would never think of associating with & man who worked for a liv- ing"'. Sidney Coster s lip curled in con tempt of such a character. Harts ton continued : A Why don't you so ahead, old fellow, and marry some rich girl ? You are a cood looking fellow and might Yery easily do it.' ' What an honorable thing that would be, wouldn't it ? I would rather starve than thus degrade my self and deceive a woman.' 4 A3 you please. Good day.' And our friend was gone. Coster looKea alter mm a mo- ment, and, in spite of his brave words, he struggled against the fate that had made him a poor man It was a pleasant life, this that he had been leading, and it was hard to give it up. I he next thing to do was to search for employment. He pos sessed nothing in tha world except his clothes and a small amount o jewelry relics of his forragr butter ny existence anu a neart mil oi courage. He did not know how to work, had never attempted even the slightest details of business, but he set resolutely about the work be- fr him. ( ' Be walked the city for days and Dut an in vain.iNo one? wanted him. There, was plenty situations, but whe; hia - .quaKfij: tions were asked he was forced to tellth miserable truth and confess that he knew-1 just nothing. , How bitterly he regretted now, in hi A 1,1.1 1' . nour ot neea, mat ne naa not spen ue nours wnicn ne naa wastea in acquiring his ' accomplishments, in learning something that would help Him in.nis strait aief rets wer IwelessV'ana he,wentu steadily.- &r- Attiast he Jest.afliioBS ofTfiad- lDg fWra'eifrmttoctyijn4 ;iurjipa nta lace towarto'gpreaar ing fields sHa(& c groves,. t and contented, peaceful- homes .ot Gqd's iw-a jlah'd the Country. " He did not now what he aaouta do thopc; MM notifrieBcksia.l'Jhtf jaaslch ever since trerifl' he thoHght jvho cared wheth errhe , fived ' or died. Where his uncU the'unhipbycalise "of hia 'rMsfiMesde'. h'dM' not 1 fwfcr.' He onhrfeieirte 'allbr3 nii. and-hear t-fiick4 and discounsr ed, liirjiiDg rith-fJongina .heart, iorm; eja.notiVttnat, dosty :aty streta.tOjlxefihi.tgrperij meadow tot ; Ii..ffnt.rir v.twe idays he ramped slowly -alons Bick in mind and injbody. He had ..tried, again nttagaintto find erapleymenf aa he amp along. ustili same jhelp iftssoesa -oi igacrrance ,was. hia Dane barrier. ,-tros -jsick,; very 6tekr ana Knew -not where he- miht: lay bis";weary' hiad, ',At last r he fell- andj;riewnbmbre.-- . -.,..' Atter'the lbngbjank; aad; 4ark ne30ne had ardjaniyT sense .of a pleasant snaAJoaBaytOftB, vine covered .winrfows J.Ued with fresh,' ; pure .flowers of a kind, hearty j rugged .face that came and looked ' at - him,at' and ' then " sboke cherrily. to nothtfr kind and moth erly -face! that ' hovered over him pftpner,j ndt smothjed his pillows, and, brushed back his clustering hair, matted with his restless fever-, tossings; ot another lace an an- t gel he dreamed it . was younger and so .fresh - and eweef that the very sight of it. seemed to . put him ar on his road to health again. The face did not come as often as the others. It would steal soft- y in for a moment with the other aces ; and even then if he happen ed to be awake, it would dart out frightened manner, and as the days passed on and he grew better, it did not come at all ; and then he grew impatient to get well and find where She had gone! -At. last the pleasant morning came - that ne was well enough to walk out and sit on the pleasant porch ; and then, unasked by them, for they were too kind to intrude upon hia secrets, he told them all his story.-and: they listened and gave him - their warmest sympathy ; andiOne face--tbe timid, .young. 'resh one was bathed in tears be- hind the leafy screen, where it had crept unseen. ""'- " , " ' ' ', : He had found his haven at last. Farmer ?Royston the good, worv thy soul that he wasoffered hirn refdge and a place, where he could earn his own living1 :'an3iheH'ntL. to work. His whole heart whole was ent upon learning and he progress ed rapidly with his -duties' on the arm. ; lie made just as rapid head way: into. the affection of the fam ily, j. Of the family in truth ; but of the shy heart', iu particular, he could not feel as sure. : The very shyness that added such . a' charm . to : her sweet young beauty, interposed an almost insurmountable barrier-to her confidence. He could not tell bow she regarded him, she was so shy .and reserved, scarcely ever speaking to him, and never re maining al One 'with film tor a mos menW ! , The month's rolled oriand her had been there a year. IfilJiiLyear of independence and healthy labor he had grown strong and rugged, and handsomer than everl He had im proved in mind, also for 'though his accomplishments were thrown aside, he had gained a store of ' practical knowledge that was invaluable to him ; and more, he was desperately iu love. The young, shy face had conquered him completely. One pleasant summer evening he strolled down by the river, and un expectedly came upon Hattie Hoys ton sitting silently beside the old tree that grew upon the water's edge. She started to her feet and would have run away, but he gent ly detained her with his arm. 4 Why do you always avoid me, Hattie ?' he asked, trying to look into her averted face. She made him no reply, and only turned farther away from him. 4 Do you dislike me so much, then, Hattie ?' he asked reproach fully. The look she flashed upon him was a direct denial of the charge, yet she would not speak. 4 1 love Tyou. so dearly and so tenderly that my whole life, must be a sad one if'you do not love, me in return You do udt wish my life to be that, do you,. Hattie ?' The answer came so slow and faint that he had to bend his face close down to hers to hear the soft little whisper--' ' 4 No;-not tliat!' He" bent bo- low --that his face al j mosj trugheoT hets, and then he saw atwiu'? rue y ku, tiiu iiuvt uuu iiien alear sparkling upon it like a diamond. He-athoOgnt ?she 'was pained and ; in ' Jit stress. am sorrv. Hattie. J. did not mean to giTe-you; paiBfeii: ul vi 'She stoDn&fchinr withABttlbfin gei pressed upon his lips ;&riffi.bvt s&e looxec. up, grown poiaer m aer joy- ' I :lCan you not see that I am only happy ? that I am crying for that .vejy happiness Y and she smiled ibyingly through her tears, n: VYou love me, then, darling ?' he asked; as he drew her closer to him an4 bent --down to look within her eyesi ? J: ' . 4 Yes, yes : I have loved vou so J. 4 Ever since when ?' he asked, as she paused in sweet confusion and her rld shiftipsij rtnrrVf1 ' ' ; Jlfex since the day you fell out f n. ii i .1. i , , . . tner i u lun roau an wa nrnnnrnr. tyou m, - ' : -i-Tiey said no more just then ; What'necd? silence is full of words to lovers, and they were more than content with this. if Willi let you have her? Of course I will, . and glad of the chance to give her to good a hus band!" said farmer Iloyston, when Sidney asked him for Lis prize; and the good wife spoke likewise. LlAnld so the days .rolled rapidly towards ;one appointed, for the wed dingl ! ' And on that very morning a .letter came from the absent uncle It w&b a9 follows : .. 4,Dea Sidney.: The specula tions that. we. thought had ruined you turnel- out splendid. I have in my possession over one hundred and seventr five thonsand dollars all yours. Come and take posses sion at -once.' " Then followed his uncle's address and signature.,; Not until after they were married did he show the letter to his bride. She rejoiced at his good fortune for his sake and said : 4 You were poor, Sidney, when I married you ; so you see I loved you for yourself alone.' His rich friends would have come back to him, but they found no wel come. He had tried them, and they were found wanting. A Rapid Raise. Captain Sutter, an ex-officer of Charles X's Swiss Guards, who had been forced to emigrate in 1830, had settled in California and found ed a little colony, which he called "Now Hpivptia. In the yonr 1847, hts entered into a contract with a Mr. Marshall to have a saw mill built for him on a" branch of the Sacramento river. During the progress of the work, a little girl, the millwright s daughter, picked up a shining yellow lump under the mill race, and showed it to her father as a pretty stone. Marshall took it to Captain Sutter, who at once recognized the. precious metal made careful investigations and soon found that the whole country watered by the ' Sacramento river and its numerons tributaries, aboun ded in gold. San Francisco was then a wretched village containing 400 inhabitants ; and in a few years the population rose to 40,000 ; and it fe" now a magnificent city, the capital of the western world, the terminus of the longest line of rail way ever planned or executed, and the rival of New York in the great est contest of cities for the seat of government of .America. And all this has been brought around in twenty years by a few tons of gold. Housekeeping Hints. A bit of glue dissolved in skim med milk and water will restore old crape. - Strong ley put in hard water will make it as soft as ram water; a piece of borax will have the same effect. A wad of cobwebs will, it is said, immediately stop the flow of blood on a freshly cut wound. Ink spots on floors can be e? tracted by scouring with sand wet in oil of vitriol and water. When the ink is removed rinso with strong pearlash water. A good article of prepared glue, useful to have about every house, may be made with gum arabic dis ced in strong vinegar. It will keep in good condition a long time if kept closely corked. A cement of great adhesive quality, particularly serviceable in attaching the brass mountings ot glass lamps, may be prepared by boiling three parts ol resin with one part of caustic soda and five parts of water, thus making a kind of saap which is mixed with one-half its weight of plaster of Paris. Washing Butter. A very large majority of butter makers wash the butter ; a minori ty do not, and claim washing is nct only unnecessary, but injurious. Good butter is made by some of each way of thinking and poor also when washed or unwashed. At a recent meeting of Chautau qua county, N. Y., butter-makers, the President decided the sentiment o the . meeting to be in ; favor of careful washing with the best water to be ; had. Several speakers thought but little water should be used.' One man is reported to have made the extraordinary 'statement that applying salt freely would an swer the , purpose of ;washing, and that1 butter would dissolve no more Baft' than Tt i needs. Western Far mer.