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Never wafer) raisins that are to he
ised in sweet iliwln. It makes the
ipaddrng heavy. To vrean them wie
In a city tower.
Lrttfe g6ld pigs are worn as oma-tiont--pr6lMiWy
because they- are
BRING YOUR TOBACCO
Baring determined to go into o 'ier business f
0 t'er my valuable plantation ror ale, on liberal
at least 30 or whicl) Is good. Improved bottom land;
attested oq South VaUidn Ulver, miles northwest
of Hallshury, la a healtJi section, with lands well
rter't by goJ springs ; school and church facili
ties very guo-1. Tbe dwelling if a large two-itorV
youse has an excellent orchard of 8 acres on the
1 remises all other buildings In good condition. For
mrtbttf information address W. W. Mll.r.KK.
South IUver. N. C.
ONE OR TWO RELIABLE, INDUSTRI
OUS MEN IN EVERY TOWN AND
COUNTY TQ SELL OUR POPU
Offer liberal inducements. Applicants will
please give age, experience (if any), and re
lerenees as to character and habits. A
Hplend id Chance for men who are not afraid
to work and want to make money. Apply
fa persdh or by letter to
B. P. JOHNSON & CO.,
47:3m 1 1013 Main St., Richmond, Va.
Inrroases in popnUiitr.
every day, as ladle and U
cor&r t evrr worn. Mer
chants say it j-'ives the bp ' I
aatiffactloa of any corset
thy cv or n Id. Warrant d
J. D. GASKILL only,
Salisbury, N. C.
I-. .ICHT s Indian Vegetable Pills
And all Bilious Complaints
xte t take, being purely veye'able; no grip
my. lYicH cU. All DrucgiSta.
WESTERN N. C. RAILROAD.
OFFICK OKX. PASSENGER AGENT,
Salisbury, N, a, October 12th, 1882
snmrrsmrrisii i i i w i
"go-g STATIONS. Fag6Tl
Arrive 5.45 r m ....Salisbury ' Leave 6.10a m
" 4.t8 - ....Statesvtlle .... Arrive 7.88
3.09 ....Newton 8.49 "
f Ue " ....Hickory j 9 r,
" l-54 " ....Morganton j " 10. 4 M
H ll.S AM ....Marlon I " 11 4 "
" 10,08 Black Mountain., f " m r
M ....AshevlHe 1 3 Ofl
Leave 6 so ....Warm Springs " s 44
" 00 " -..Pigeon River.. 1 - s'.v
(Lata of Pilot W.nEncsE, Winston, N.C.)
Business Manager and
SALES EVERY DAY.
Good Prices Assured.
BEST ACCOMMODATIONS FOR MAN
NO SALE, NO GHAR6E !
Insurance and Storage Free,
Liberal Cash Advancements made on
Tobacco held by us for future sale.
KliTJTTZ, GASKlXLi & CO.
They are a vegetable tonic purgati ve, abso
lutely harmless under all circumstances, They
never injure the weakest female or the young
est child. One box is a medicine chest suffic
ing for a whole family. Suppose yon have
diarrhoea ; nature is making a great effort to
get rid of some irritating matter in the stom
ach or boweU.. A dose of Brand reth's Pills
removes the matter and the disease is cured.
In costiveness one good dose of Brandrelh's
Pills, followed by one pill every night for a
week or two, make the human machinery run
as regular us clock work. In bad colds, where
the pores of the skin are closed and the insen
sible perspiration thrownnpon the blood, pois
oning the fountains of life and tilling the nose,
the throat and the lungs with choking mucus ;
seven Brandreth's Pills taken at night on an
empty atom ich, will restore the perspiration,
break up the cold and purge away all the wa
tery secretions that should have passed off by
the skin. Diphtheria, a family disease and a
most dangerous one. is almost immediately
cured by one or two doses of Brandrelh's Pilla,
aided by a gargle of lime water. Khn mat ism,
which eoroes from too much acidity or loo
much alka.inity of tbe system, requires not h
ing bat Brandrelh's Pills and a few eood
sweats to make a perfect cure.
ft is marvelous how they Biirify the blood.
After two doses, the effect is seen in brightness
CM the eyes and clearness of the skin. All pim
ples and eruptions vanish like magic under
the influence of thin purifying purgative. We
cannot stop the march of time with any medi
cine: but Brandreth's Pills will remove the
excessive lime from the system and peevent
grey hair. They improve the sight and tone
up the human body, so that the old man's eyes
will be undimmed and his natural force una
bated even after seventy years.
Train No. 1
connects at Salisbury with R. 4 n. u. n from mi
points Noyth and Sorh and frojo Rajefgh. Connects
at 8tatesvWe vftft A, T. & O. Dlv, of C. C. & A. R.
n. connects at warm Springs with E. Tenn., Vo,
ua. k. k, wr Momstown and points South-West.
Train No. 8
Connecfs at Warm Sprf wjth E. T.ya. & Oa,LR
trpm Morristowjj tfce SppthrWest. Connects at
Bteiesvme with A. f. t O. Dlv. of c c. a r. r.
And at SaUsbury wltH ft . D. u R. for all points
-unu ana sast ana rof Haiclgh.
On sale at Salisbury, Statasytlle, Asbevjlle and the
n oinaip uj ajf prjDcipai cities.
J, B. Maemurdo,
CEO. A. EAGLE, yy. MORGAN
Eagle & Morgan
W are prepared tn d apy kind of
work at our Shops on Lcp Street, (W. M
Barker's Old Stand.)
SALISBURY, N. C.
iiMiWK-aiiUttliNU and all kinds of
Ulacksmithjnir done nromntlv Riid u ith or.
pedition. Repairing of Ciirriages, Bugjies
Tvwmoa (pnne prompt I v and in first
class style. Paintjng and finish ing of line
" " uwiib nj yy. at. uarKer.
All we ask is a trial.
Jan. 10, 1883. 1 j3:tf
BLACKMER fc HENDERSON
Attorneys, C ounselor s
SalUbqry, N. 0.
Jan. Md, '79-tf.
. M. McCQRKLE. T. F. KLCTTZ.
ATTORNEYS and COpNSELi)KS
Salisbl-rt, JJ. C,
Office on Council Strf, opunae the
(EKK CHKICV, L. II. CLEMENT
CRAIGE I CLEMENT,
Anoruoya Jt Ta
Salishury, N. Qt
FU.3nl, 1 881.
J. RHODES BROWNE, PRES.. W. C. CO ART, SEC.
Total Assets, $710,746.12.
A Home Company,
Seeking Home Patronage.
Term Policies written on Dwellings.
Premiums payable One-half cash andbal
ance in twelve months.
J. ALLEN BROWN, Agt,
25:6m. Salisburv, N. C.
DI8QRDS RED LIVER,
rrorn theso sources ariso tiiree-rourths of
the diseases of ho human raec. Theso
symptoms indicato tneircxistence : tos ot
Appetite, Bowels costive, Sick IIead
e.c.xs, fiUlneta after eating overilon to
exertion of body or mind, ErocUUon
nraui imuuHiiy 01 tamper, Low
of havf na: r;c elected.
lexi, Fluttering at tho
ptriu, a r.cllns
Mat d n w. TMn
IXeart,Iota before tlo eyes, niei.lv col
orea t.-i.ie, cojjsmPATlO?v, and de
nianu ma oso ct a remotly that fu ts dlreotl
on tho Liver. AsaLiverinetlioine tctt r
K tdne; nnd Sliin is also prompt : reraovlna
ensers ot the system," producing- appe
tite. Bound tl i res: Ion, regular stools, a clear
skin anaa vigo rcoabodr. TUTT'K pills
S?5.n.? n5"1 cr griping nor Interfere
frith daily work and aro c perfect
ANWPaTK TO MALARIA.
SoMeTrrTVi rp.Sfte. Qffl. Mmrnv8t.,N.Y.
Ton' mm eye.
Gbat Hate ob VTniSEERs changed ln
atanuy to a Utossr Black by a single ap.
plication of this Dv. Sold by Drug-ifisu,
or sent by cxpresa on receipt of 91.
JITT8 MAMUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREE.
SUBSCRIBE FOE THE CRAC
UNA WATCHMAN, ONIY
$1 50 PER YEAR.
Best in the World.
Brandreth's Pills have stood the test of fort y
five years of nse by the American people.
They are entirely Vegetable. They are
absolutely universal, for there is no disease
they will not cure, if taken in time. They are
safe for infants and adults. They aim to ac
complish three things; first, to purify the blood;
second, to cleanse and reirulale the stomach
and bowels; third, to stimulate the kidneys
and liver and purge away the ashes of the ay,
tem and diseased matters of the bodv. Rv nor.
ging wi.h these Pills constantly, a new' body
fan h Littlt nn f-.m f.l. I 1. 1 - , .
u, iiuui 11 cpii, uvunny loou in a
few months. In this way, gout and rheuma
tism, ulcers and fever sores can be eradicated
in a few weeks. The worst cases of dyswiwia
and costiveness can be cured by taking one or
two pills eyery nixht for a month. ln casesof
twenty years' standing, gentlemen have ' been
cored by taking one pill a night for a year.
Brandreth's Pills give to tbe human body, no
matter how worn or decayed, the recuperative
powers of youth. In their action, they imitate
the rapid changes of the youthful bodv. We
all wuh to die of ofci age. A hundred years is
the natural limit of life, which can only be
readied by purging and purification.
In general debility, nervous tremor, and
menial depression Brandrelh's Pilla have a
marvelous effect. They have won the confi
dence of millions in all parts of the civilized
world. Constitutions shaken by long residence
in unwholesome climates,. r by sedentary hab
its, are wonderfully renovated by a course of
this extraordinary medicine, which, powerful
as is its action on the whole system, is perfect-
""'""w w "e leiuierettlrame. The Pills
are composed of rare balsams withi.ni ii.. ...1
mixture of a grain of any mineral whatever, or ol
any oilier neieieiious substance. Fhev oirate
directly, powerfully, and beneficially "upon the
wnoie maai 01 0100a ; nor can we qnesiion the
wnen we see uiaigesiion cured, liver com
plaints arrested, the oppressed lungs brought
into healthful play, and every phy.-ical func-
1100 renewed anu strength en td by their agency
Black Walu lit.
Black walnut can be grown from
the nut, producing a butt fourteen
inches in ilia meter in as many vears
from the seed, as far north as Massa
chusetts. No tree valuable for ita
timber "in cabinet uses, unless the
black birch be so consitleretl, can at
tain to that useful gn.wth in that
period of time in our northern
cljmate. Maples require twenty years
before they become good timber trees;
lieeches and birches, fifteen years to
attain to a diameter large enough to
yield nine-inch boards; hickory should
have a growth of thirty years ; and
cherry at least as much.
The cultivation of the black wal
nut might be made a sourc of profit.
If only as au auxiliary to the ordin
ary farm products. It requites no
particular care, makes an elegant tree
eveu in its youth, and later, offwrs su
agn eable shade. The Seicing Ma
chine Journal says :
One hundred aeres of land, seeded
to walnut tree, if they even reach
maturity m fifteen years, would be
more remunerative than nianv of the
crops produced by fifteen of incessant
toil. .Besides, these trees might be
planted and would thrive on spots
which arc really valueless for agri
cultural purposes, and while in the
course of growth would serve as val
uable aids to agriculture as wind
breaks and in other respects."
Tbe German Carp and its Intro
duet ion into the United States.
IBi YOU WANT
AT LOW FIGURES
(Call on the undersigned at NO. 2. Graniti
How. D. A. ATWELL.
JLgint for ths JirdellT aresaer.'
A .b irv, - J., .lilac 8th lff
tSSJSfim WAITERS, made to
i.H nil Hlnii.l kk-y-VB 1 .1 . r
"," ' ivajB on nana- Renaiiintf
neatly and nromm v inn 1 .-h 1.., palrlae
lyniled. wrw TT"JB mnmvmp
N O TI C E !
JOHN F. EAGLE,
--FASWTnv A -DT -n
IVUXVM " r 1 1 Ft
Invites your UUrnlfa to his shop, opposii.
Major's 04 repairing nes.lv and uro.u .
Letter frejH. a Gentlemen Ninety Years
uja. ijonef L,ue ;rom yse of Brand
reth's Pillf ,
Pra ikie ocChiex, Wis., Feb. 11, 1882.
I am in the ninetieth vp.-ir nt mv ..1.1,1
. ... "limy
PiikrimaKe. and be to re du nrr In ynoikus n,,,l
I trust, a better world, 1 wish to benr ustimo
ny to the great virtues of Brandreth's Pills as a
nogsenoiu remedy, l hey are the best blood
purifiers and cleansers ol the stomach ami lw.w.
e)s in the world. I have rained a familv of 10
uuiiureu, ueeii uieasea won three wives.and my
. j ..rv..v..v um over .pvemy years.
For over forty-five years I have known and
oeueveu m oranoreth's fills. Jhey have
cured me of indigestion, costiveness, dyspepsia
and tbe females of my family have found them
uivaiuauic at an nines, i also wih to say
that I have found Allcock's Porous Plas
tebs very useful in breast pains, backache
ana weaa muscles.
Alfred BBcirsOH.'A.M., D.D
CURE OF NEURALGIA.
Taken as a "Forlorn Hope,"Brandr eth's
rms Effect .a tacl Cnre. Smal-
&4eac Ave., Easl New York, April 12, 1880.
I most cordially give my testimony as to
the great value of Brandreth's Pills, verified
by eighteen years' experience in my mother's
tihe late Mrs, Dr. Geo M Browne) tamily and
my own. They were at first taken as a "for
lorn hope,' for the cure of a very sevtre case
of Neuralgia of several years' standing, the
patient being completely prostrated by disease
and the excessive use of opium, taken't dead
en the pain ( bv advice of her nhvB;i.n in..
efiects were almost magical; in one month she
was able to be up and walk around freely, and
1 ue uincaac has 11 ever returned. JUr mother
was also cured of an attack of Itiflamatoj v
Ubumatism bv the
. auuui l A
year- ago I was taken with what appeared to
be a bad cold, but m a short time, symtoms ol
confluent Small Pox were developed, causing
1 ,, fi - ueierpMnea to try Brand,
reth s Pills as a remedy, and theireffi carv mm
soon apparent I was well uiuch sooner than
was expected, and without receiving single
mfkt50?b,,0fn?r kind M 7 firm
f u iar,Bg from tn eerity of the case,
uhh uu Vonc inrongu tn regular routine
prescribed by physicians, I should have died.
I know of manv nihir Inoi.n,.... nr .1 1...
of Brandreth's Pills n disease and sickness,
which I will be happy to gto any one who
Mas. E. Sr; oniT.
COULD NOT GET ALONG WITHOUT BRAXp-
RETH'S PILLS IN THE BOUSE.
84 Morton Street, New For Of,. Afar. 1, 1880.
I have used Brandreth sPiUs fur over thin
years. I am a crest sufferer from RI.A.
tunn. henever I feel it I take one or two
doses, which give me immediate relief. I also
take them for coMhiveutaur iSik UtLt. i
also troubled, and they always give me relief.
1 cou-o not get along without vonr pills in mv
house. Ciias. P llLU 3
In a paper read before the Ameri
can Association, Mr. C. W. Smiley,
of Washington, D. C, said he had
some years ago imported from Ger
many thirty or forty pairs of this
fih. Tliey were placed in breeding
1 ir . . . O
pontis in wasinntrton. and hav in
creased manyfold, the numlier spawn
eu tins year being 400,000. The
carp is naturally a warm water 6sh.
anu in tlie waters of the Sutnhorn
States grows with astonishincr ranidi-
.-i j . . .... o
ly, ana io great size. J hey will also
uo well in the etild water of the
Worth, even in Minnesota. Nearly
.j ... . , . - j
every otate and county m the United
States has a fish commission, and
tliey are all propaga ting. carp. It has
uiwi ueen lauen up as a private
specuiaiion, and carp are sold for
breeding purposes us high as $5 per
I he carp roots about in the mud
for aliment, and much resembles
poultry in its manner of getting food.
Carp aged three years are often found
A - I I ....
io weign twelve to h teen nound
and a gain in weight of four pounds
nas ueen observed in a earn in one
year. The carp is sluggish ; while
irout, nass, and other lively fish frisk
about, and do not fatten so fast as
the carp. Experiments have shown
that female carp spawn at the age of
one year in southern waters, at two
years in colder waters, and in the ex
treme n orthern waters of the United
Slates at three years. Other fish,
turtles, musk ruts, snakes, and even
birds, eat young carp. A bird shot
in Washington recently had in its sto
mach the heads of seventy-nine young
carp. The United States Fish Com
missioner recently sent out requests
for information about carp experi
mented with iu this country ; most
of the replies placinp; the earn on nn
equality with trout, bass, and shad
as a food hsh, while a few classed
tiiem with pike, and a very few said
they had a muddy taste.' The carp is
1 1. i. . i i. . . i
me oest point nsn yet known, and in
a very small pond will thrive well
so that families mav easilv have ihpir
.... o i . . y
own nan gar .en it they have enough
water to make a permanent pond.
The carp is a very hardy Hsh foi
siiipmenr, requiring little water to
keep alive in. The United State
J?ish Commissioner is cd vino ftW!iv
,. . o e "j
carp, sending them hy express to
any po nt, the receiver navinir ex
express charges. The dsn will thrive
on table refuse and almost anything
edible. Carp can he kenr. in
i a lj ww a..a
in a tub in the cellar, the water ro.
quiring to be kept fresh. Care should
be takeu to keep poisonous suhstanre
out of carp oonds. and tfw, m..ni.
1 1 HI 1H II
food should not be thrown in. Tn
cooking carp, thorough cleansing is
ueeueu ; ana trying should be done
in hot pans and hot grease.
As to the economics of this ai h.
ject, Mr. Smiley, said that fish culr
lure was more and mnre lnm;,.,,
art of the farmer's occupation, and
iiougui mat, not very lone in the
uture, most of the farmers of the
country would have little fi,h ponds
in their door yards, both as a method
of obtaining to,,, I M rill OU II II Mmmmmmm,
0 v u o fiat if! IIU"
ment to the homestead. SnimtM
A Bit of Secret History.
Father Hamilton's Strange Story of
r a ii.- ... .. .. v -'
KujJi. trirz ifias Bucrtjiced by
The Rev. William John Ramiltn..
rector of the Cathedral of Mobile Ala
J.S mm 1
wno was one of the lopr priests ad-
milieu to. the stockade Anderson
ville prison to minister to dying sol
diers, is in Louisville visiting Bishoi
McCloskey. Father Harm i I ton wa
one of VVira's witnesses during the
trial iu November, 1865, and he rela
ted a few days ago what he claims i
some of tiie beeiel history of the tria!
that has never before been heard.
Father Hamilton was loiifiamly a'
Audcrsoiiville'affer the carnival i.
death commeuced, aud he di fends
Viiz, why he says was the most hu
mane keeper of a prison he ever met,
and was c n-tantly assieti.ig in acts
"It is true," said Father Hamilton,
"that the sufferings among prisoners
was terrible, but Wirz, poor fellow,
was no more responsible than I, and so
when he was arraigned in August,
1865, I went on to Washington to do
what 1 could in his behalf. During
the trial Capt. Wirz wa suffering
from various diseases and wounds,
and he was carried to and from the
court room by four marines. A roed
ical commission had been appointed
to examine Wirz, and this examina
tion resulted in the conclusion that In
could not possibly live longer than 2
mom ns at the turtherest. This in
formation I obtained through a friend
and I felt it my duty to impart it to
uirz, so that he might prepare him
self for the next world. This wa
about two weeks before the end of his
trial. He received the information
calmly, and then made a request of
11 T a ,
me which 1 shall never forget. He
said he realized that his conviction
and condemnation to death was a fore
gone conclusion, and that he had no
reason to think otherwise. I agreed
wiin nun that on account of the feel
ing existing in the North he would
certainly lie condemned to death. He
then requested me to call uon Sec
retary Stanton aud say that he was
wining to plead guilty to the charges,
provided that iu fixing the punish
ment tne commission would set a day
for the hanging far enough in the fu
ture to a fluid him an opportunity of
preparing m nisei t tor death ml of
ins probably dying a natural death
before the day fixed.
1 called upon Secretary Stanton
ana laid Hiizs proposition before
him, and made a personal reouest mv-
self that it be accepted. Mr. Stanton
thought favorably of it, and said be
thought the rest of the cabinet would
have no hesitency in accepting it. He
said there was to be a cabinet coun
cil that day at 1 o'clock, and then he
would lay the matter before the cabi
net, and would inform me later in the
day what action had beeu taken iu the
premises. Alter the meeting I called
upon him, when he informed me that
the other members had refused to lis
ten to any such proposition as that
made by Wirz. I asked him wlmi
reasons they gave, and he made the
reply I will never forget it: 'The
people ot the Iorth demand the blood
i some one tor the cruelties practiced
a l . i . . t. .
at Anderson vi I p. u,r, .,i..
---"- ' (4o wassy
two months to live. Let's take this
man aud shed his blood, and bv doino-
. J D
!o we spare the lite ot a better man
and then he luentioned the names of
three men Lee. Davis, and Sri,h
, - 1
it i .
a saw mere was not hmo- mpp in
be done, and I communicated this fact
to lrz, who began preparing himself
to meet his Maker. In less th an two
VI.' c. I - a I v , U . 1 1 i
"c ouu ueen convioteo. w.-m
sentenced November 9th, and handed
me next day. 1 felt that Wirz had
simply suffered for others, and 1 knew
it, but he died without a murmur
save at the ignominy of the means.
impressed with this belief, when I
met President Johnson, a short, limp
afterward, I alluded to Wirz's propo
sitioti to Stanton, and asked him, for
my own satisfaction, why the cabinet
had not favored it as did Set ?retarv
Stanton. Mr. Johnson's reolv
startling and surprising to me. 'What,'
said he, 'Stanton in favor of the pro
position V and he seemed greatly as
tonished. 'Why, Stanton was the on
ly member of the cabinet opposed to
it. The rest of the cabinet favored it
and were bound to accept it, when
Staunton threatened to resign if the
proposition was entertained lor a mo
ment. Mr. Stanton's services could
not well lie dispensed with, and rath
er than have him resign we allowed
the matter to drop,' "
"Did your interest in W irz's raise
end here ?" was asked of Father Ham
"Not mv interest, but mv innnir!fe2
j:j m. ' . ' "J . w
uui. x ne times were troublous, and
the terrors of Andersonville were i
odious at the North to render nmdnf
. . . . r-
or possiuie any righting of the wrong,
i , mm mtm " I 1
never said anything of this,
except confidentially to one or two
frieuds, but I will say now that Wira
was sacnncetl. and that he died t
save one of the leaders of the Confed
1 he Hon. Jas. ftneed. A t for ifv n.n
eral at the time of Wirz's trial, savs
i. i ... i j
ne never neartj or tne proposition de-
iicu uy 14a in i iion. ne says, how
eveK there were several cabin -t meet
ings at this period at which he was
A. . f 1 ...
not present, e does not believe the
It is reported from London th M iry
Anderson did aciiiai.v refue to receive
the Prince of Wales, on account of his
immorality and his general low estimate
of stage favorites.
The assessed value of new buildings
and improvements in the city of Kich -
mond, Yn., in 1881 aggregated 9440,-'JG. ;
in 1883, $635,535, ami it is estimated that
to Sep tem her 15, J883, the increase is at
least 25 per cent, over the like neriod of
Is a highly
roots, combined with Iodide of
alum and Iron, and Is the safest, most reli
able, and most economical blood-purifier that
can be used. It invariably expels all blood
poisons from the system, enriches and renews
the blood, and restores its vitalizing power.
It is the best known remedy for Scrofula
and all Scrofulous Complaints, Erysip
elas, Eczema, Ringworm, Blotches,
Sores, Bolls, Tumors, and Eruptions
of the Skin , as also for all disorders caused
by a thin and impoverished, or corrupted,
condition of the blood, such as Rheumatism,
InflaniMtoni RteuMtisin Cured.
"ATKB'g Sarsaparilla has cored me of
the Inflammatory Rheumatism, with
which I have suffered for many years.
W. H. Moore."
Durham, la., March 2, 1882.
PREPARED BY I
Dr. J. C. Ay e r & Co., Lowell, Matt.
Sold by all Druggists ; fl, six bottles for 85.
School Books Full Stock, lowest prices.
Wrltlna Paper, Pens and Pencils.
Envelops, Visiting Cards.
Seaside Novels and Monroe's Library.
Blank Books, Gold Pens.
Autograph and Photograph Albums.
Wall Paper, Toilet Articles, Perfumery.
Fine Toilet Soap, Combs and Brushes.
Bathing Gloves and Towels.
Li?ery Stable !
Preaent his cotnpliinents to n
and I resentfully Soicit 1 V m
tamisment. It is elllp,ete
qunements of first class bul" 1
Horses, Btaggdes, Carr w
Phastons, Wagons, W
fcET HE IS CONFIDENT or GIVTS
Special provision and tvLJ
Honr.ling and keeping hors
""vers will linrt ,r.,i o. ,.
t this place. " talls m
Special accommofla;. , il
ol Commercial Travelers ,l,eb(
iwciveu a fresh lot of
Of aU the different kinds, CHEAPER
ever at EWii- - M
The Grct BHECMAT1C CriteinJ
also for T.AMV ntop .
-". i- .-v v rv , a i
SIMMON'S LITER BED
AT REDUCED PRICES, AT
DIES A SPECIALTY,
TROPICAL FRUITS IN SEA
SON, PICTURES 4L PICTURE
FRAMES, TOYS, DOLLS, VASES AND
GUITARS AND BANJO STRIXG8
BAMSBCRY, N. C. 1 y
RUBBERS FOR JahJ
SAVE YOTTR FBIHT1
Scarr's Fruit Preservative!
Without the use of Sealed. Cans, ft
CHEAPEST and ONLY SURE tW
KNOWN. Peiiiectly' Harmless, m
and try it. ; r;
At ENNISS' DbioStou.-
North Carolina Railroad.
TRAINS (JOIAU EAST.
THAIS, M COP! !
Our Stock ConsMly Replenislei
TODER THE FIRM NAME OF
PLUMHEK cV IHORAi.
Wit, J. PlB VMRII Ir.ntT l-., .! I .
a mens and Saddle M nkmm l. ....... jsj l .
. . , " " will UURIH
n in Salisbury, presents hifl compliment,
o old friends and patrons wiih an invitations
IO Call and RM hia nrom .1 l . r
fn,-T,tt. neurit l nt?W
Harnea. Saddles. ColUr. , n
. . s 1 c warraniH
satisfaetion to every purchaser of New Stock
and also hi renair anrl p....... ...
. , .r. . r " " a.f jow as a
good article will admit of. t;all and fee
PLUMMER & MORGAN.
Dale, Apr. 3u, I38-'
" Salishury ......
" High Point..
A rr. GreeiiMhoro ....
Leave (i reensboro .
1 2o "
J 24i AK
30 A M
No. 15 Daily except Salunlaj,
Leave .lreeuboio 0 30 p. m.
Arrive at Raleigh 2.45 p. m. j
Arrive at Uoldl)oro S.OO "
News and Observer : From Washington
uiry there conies a dispatch to the effect
that the Republicans there are disposed
to accept the result of the Ohio election
as "a timely warning." Under the cir
cumstances they can do no better, and w
are delighted to hear that they are oe-
liaviug in a philosophical manner. But
it is sheer euphemism to apeak of the
result in Ohio as a "warning." The par
ty has been actually kicked off the fmnt
When the grand old Republican party
rises wearily and casts it watery eye
over the vaat field of American polities
it sees but oue green oaajs, and that is
Iowa, which flies a badly used np flag
inscribed "12.000 mnioritv Tho
r- -( M. IS V J VUIIK
doctor who went West and hnng out his
shingle Sit h practitioner wrote to his
old preceptor in describing hie first case
of obstetrics : " The child is dead, the
mother is dead, but with heaven's help I
will save the old mail." With a little
divine assistance the "Grand Old Party"
will probably be able to preserve Iowa.
A Great Water- Power
No. 51 Connects at Salisbury Wj.N.C.l
rV.. lur Ashcvi h ami U.'irin Sr.rmtft
Greensboro with K & !) R K fur til mIi
North, East and West, via! Danf ille." M
uoiusboro with W. & W.li. K. for Will
1 latin rv
C, It, R. for all points in Western X.jt'irolia;!
daily at Greensboro with .& I).
points lorth, itst and West.
TRAINS GOING W EST.
Date, Feb. 19, 1882.
Tl.. , ,t ' -i -
xmr I " traranary unimproved
Ti.er rower on tne Vm k n u:.. : r ..
-a m V. . . " in or
,r 'XT nSare8- " 18 tuate at the head
or the Narrows in Stnip nnn o . . -,
m ... . "7 j v"u" , o mnes
1f,COU.nty 8et; 13 miles
" w ' aoout 28 miles from
Salisbury. It is one mil,. rrm . .'
. . . " 'v "wiu MIC nuunc
highway leading to Salisbury, from which
road it is easily accessible d,rn
water's edge. The peculiar feature of this
Li kEk i, " natural stone dam
which makes ahnnt e . L
' mf mm A A. Midi ll no I 9
Sfi VfTL-mJ ns at an Wle
.11 ik Z 0eg- UP th riyer nesriy
all the way across, irraduallv lltni.i.:-l
in weight as it approaches the opposite
snore. A re nf inn v s .. rlfwvr
io . ZTa j . . " icngtn wi II add
from 12 to 14 addninnai f , .
au ' .." '7'' eaa, maK-
."S iii anu power or 18 or 80. There is
7.7 iT ; 3 v'wnat "tone and slate
of excellent quality, on the premises, easilv
transnorted hv r ' vmmlJ
I - j ' ( i v. t .
This excellent power may be used for
GRIST AND FLOURING MILLS,
COTTON & WOOLEN FACTORIES,
REDUCTION MILL FOR SULPHL
It i CnnvMitaHfl. . .
anln.. . m,nes of
Rowan and DuridsoaConatiea tom b ?'
iue ores w i. .nn .- i- .
i i . -.u
woraea ouk i a e. o v.
could not be
ble for farming r . . valfta-
healthv. the Air. 'T L
school advantage.' veTy ' 7 iT ml
Wishing furth. ?immmJ?L PK11S
"Watchman," Salisburyor MrJ
tleton, Albemarle, N. Q. J" R Llt"
Arrive Durham ..,
' Greens! i ro.
Arrive Hijjh Piont
...'10.00 a. m.
i 12.15 p m
...! 4.15 44
9.15 " j
9.50 " j
No. 16, Daily ex. Sunday-Lv. Ooldiyoi1
A r Ka Pien 0.w-
. w. w uuiit?i:i.s a I i. ii untitle w mm
Air Line for all ooints in the South aiftdl
V.. net r, . , :,k T l i
axv. vt. vonnecis ai i.nanoue -A
A.R.R. with allpotnts South andSoulM
n. w. n. c. railroad;
Goino West. No 50
Lv. Greensboro 9 25 p m
Ar. Kernersville 10 41 ''
Salem 114J0 "
Going West. Daily.
' )IW D
1 M V. r
6 20 a m
6 46 "
7 45 "
STATE UMIVERSIfY RAILRgAM
Goig .North' DailHMjJ
Leave Chapel Hill ....
A : IT - i.
Arrive Chapel HU1
I 7.30 s
! 5.40 p
j 6.42 p
Pullnian Sleeping Cars wMoytSJJ
On Train No. 50, New York and Adntt
. -niniiiuii . isanvioe, Tkaw'l
On Train No. S2. Iliehmohd ml.;n.
Washington andAiigusta, Ga., vi PJ
art ironci i T rbu mi a eniorrv" ,
Rsleieh. Goldshoro. Salisbury and Wg
and at all principal points South, -i
West, North and East. For Euiigwjf'ja
Msiana, Texas, ArkansaPflim inr
addre A. POPE . .
rr. - i
m.tm K'dimond, "