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ON ItAYINO ALLCOCKX THE ONLY
GENTINK l0OU8 PhASTKR.
funded. For salcT.y
J. D. GASILL fiaTy,
Salisbury, N. C
DIES A SPECIALTY,
TBOPICAL FBUITS IN SEA
SON, PZCTU2.ES 4l PICTUBE
FBAME3, TOYS, DOLLS, VASES AND
GUITARS AND BANJO STRINGS.
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for a unrulier ot nulMtol1 ... , j' t.ik
i iwki i inr iii 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 ii iwni tin i i
But nature has cotip-
iriiio- into deep eaves 0r holes; but
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Ye are indebted to Huu. It. F. s:,ve Wejacs rauuii or nsn,
One of the most rem-irkable inventions o
the present a- is Allcok's Pqkous Plas
TEs. Thev are the result of years of eheni
ical studv,"an4 only tjme and experience
his brought them to their present perf'cc
tion. Testimonials are received every day
of the wonderful cures of Sprains, Weak
Back, Rhematism, Lumbago, Paralysis and
hosts of other diseases Of course the vast
sales and irreat su. cess of Allcock's Por.ocs
Plasters have caused numerous plasters
to be hfoqght before the public which, be
ing called porous, would give the world to
understand that they were a similar article
to the genuine. We would most particular
ly caution the public against these hum
buyjs. They contain none of the healing
gums that are used in Alj.cock's, but are
aim ply a combination of lead, red pepper
&nd rubber, and are vaunted in long wind
ed advertisements as an improvement on
Allcock's Ponocs Plasters. Beware of
the hazy and untrue statements and never
use any of these so-called porous frauds.
i )l D! AH 'E0ETA2CH PiLLS
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And ui'i 3 ;iou3Cornplaiits
Uklm i i:ir-ly
lnf. rrte sj cu. AH Uniaati.
WESTERN H. G. RAILROAD.
office (;ent. passenger agent,
Salisbury, N. C, October 12th, 1882
: No. 2
Arrive 3.43 f mi
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Connects-at Salisbury UU B.ID.R.R. from all
points North and South and from Raleigh. Connects
at Maiesvuie witn a. i . s v. oiv. oi . . a. a. n
Tl. Connects at Wann Springs with E. Tcnn., Va.
s 0?.. R. R. for Morrlstown and poluts South-West.
Train No. 2
connects at Wsvpa Spnii with e. T.ya. x Oa.R.B
from Morristown s. tUe Souta-Wet-t. Cifnnects at
UtcsvUle with A. T, :& O. Dlv. of C C. 4 A. R. R
and at Salisbury with R. D. R E. for all points
North and East and for Raleigh.
pa sale at Salisbury, statcsvtUe, Ashevllle and the
Warm Springs to all principal cities.
J. F, Macmurdo,
CEO. A. EAGLE,
W. A. J40RGAN
AUoock's Porous Plasters
lieYQ Debility and Nervousness.
Allcock's Planters worn on the region
of the kidneys warms the spina! marrow
which is a continuation of the brain, im
parting new vitality and power to the spine
they stregthen that mighty organ and till
It full qf foreign electricity or nervous fluid.
Thus they will restore to the busy active
brain of man or woman, the energy and
ability which has been lost ly disease, wor
' i mi . 'i-l.'i..
ry or overworn, niey restore vnauiy
where tiere has been debility and nervous
ness and prevent loss of memory and pa
ralysis. Physicians highly recommend them
for nervous debility, whether arising from
dissipation or overwork. They are now
known to be the great regenerators of the
nervous system and arc invaluable in all
cases of hysteria.
J. RHODES r.KOWNE, PlJES.. W. C. COART, SEC.
Total Assets, $710,745.13.
A Home Company,
Seeking Home Patronage.
Term Policies written on Dwellinps.
Premiums payable One liall eash and bal
ance in twelve months.
J. ALLEN BROWN, Agt.,
25:0m. Salisbury, N. C.
WcoIl i3.y.oy gi Cured.
Contoocook, N. II., (
Marc h 3, 1880
I have been greatly troubled with Rheu
matism and Weak Kidneys. I was advised
to try Allcock's Poitors Plasters (had
used two other kinds of so-called Porous
Plasters which gave me no relief.) but one
of vours has worked like a charm, giving
mc complete relief, and I have not been
troubled with Rheumatism and Kidney
Complaint since usiny; them, and I consider
myself cured, Edwahp D. Burmiam.
tloouinent., among w hich is a report
on tlie 'Sorghum &ugar Industry,"
niatL' "in response to a request from
the Hon. Geo. B. Ioring, JJ. S. Com
missioner of Agrietiitnre, by a Com
mittee of the National Academy of
Science,'" at thje he:ul of which is the
name of J$. Siliiman, M. D. &c.t
Prof, of Chemistry, Yale College. Jt
is a closely printed book of 152
pages, and contains a report of thou
sands of analyses by different chem
ists in this country and France, and
information of all sorts of the various
sorghum plants, in all the various
stages from full growth to full matil?
rity. A very condensed review of
the book would occupy many col
uinns in this paper, and though not
wilhpnt interest to the general reader
would not be very profitable. We
present, however, as the most accepta
ble of its contents, the following
TJhe facts relating to the economi
cal; production of crystal lizuhle cane
sugar on a hCale profitable to the
fanner ami manufacturer, from sor
jrlium in this country, so far as de
velppcil by the existing state of
laboiatory and field practice, appear
to the Committee to be as follows.
1st. That these plants develop at
maturity, and when the seed is ripe,
a maximum of cane sugar and a min
imum of glucose.
d. 'riai the maximum of cane
sugar in sorghum juices is found asr
socialed with about one-tenth its
weight of grape sugar (glucose), and
Eagle & iorgan
We iu-c prepared to do any kind cf
work at oar' Shops on Lee Street, (W. M.
Barker's Old Stand.)
SALISBURY, N. C.
HORSE-SHOEING and all kinds of
Blacksmithing done promptly and with ex
pedition. Repairing of Carriages, Buggies
and Wagons done promptly ' ami in ' first
Class style. Painting and finishing of fine
Work will lie done by W. M. Barker.
All we ask is a trial.
Jan. 10, 1883. 13:tf
BLACKMER ct HENDERSON
Sulisbury, N. C.
Jan. 22d, '79-tf.
I. M. MCCORKLE. t. f. kluttz.
IflrCOKKLE & KLUTTZ,
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS
Saliskl ky, N. C.
Office on Council Street, opposite tin
L. B, CLKMKXT
CRA1GE & CLEMENT,
S a Ltsu.cn v, N. C.
p;b. 3d, IdS I.
2 VJ li -J Li3V.5
r-rM r.'i -. a ft r1 s 3
Trom tiicsottvvur-.iv-a a.rIs.- tii-co-.barths or
the dlseauc : of tiio human vaeo. 'i'heao
srmptcxnnHjico.totiieUczr.jtence : Tou of
Appetite, iievrv.T COsrtivOj iic?c Usad
acSie, fuilnota a?lcr eating, r.vcrIc to
cxe.'tlou of hoCy or J,.:xul, drcct&tian
of food, Irrfir-aMlftTr -cf tevzcr, Low
epiritj, A f clin cf h-.vJ:t nopiecfjd
omo clTJiy, li3zlaes, finite vti .c at tta
Hecri.T.icts. 2or3ro t"o cTs.Ir.i.IyecI
red fc-i.s"!, COS'STIPATrOA. r.nl de
mand tho nso oia remedy ih-i.6 . U diicctly
ontho 1 ivcr. AjaLivcrmc.Ucine'i'UIX'S
havo t: - e -vssl. Their c.zV.v cn th3
KldneyaanclSliini jalso prompt ; removing
all impuritioa throali iliosc tnreo ''star
camera cf eystcsa," producinpf appe
tite, sound cllipat'ca, resrnlar rtoo!?:, a e.'oar
sldnanUaviorooabotlv. Kfi'S 1
CS.QSO no near- a cr rj-.ipiag r.cr titcriiio
with, cl? 'Ay v. o; !r and arc a perfect
SoUcvr.rr.v1i -riSS.Ic. Ol.i.-i I i rrtiivSt.,N'iY.
TOTfs mm ivE
Grat ILuk cr. V7iiSK"T.s shanged In
etantly to s. Gfcoss.r Blaoe 1 v. t. s ingle ap
plication of ihSs DTK,, ' Lc.'.ii by Drcgglstda
Or sent hy express on rocftlpto 81-
OfAc.o, 41 jfi:rv ?trat,iftiir Yoik.
TUn'S HAffiRl 0;d3i?JLKE&:iPTC rE5.
, 122 C Sr.. Washington, 1). C,
January 7, 1S(32. (
I take great pleasure in recommending
Allcock's Pokois Plastkks. I was in
duced to try them by Mrs. Samuel J. Ran
dall, and I found them everything desired.
Med four other to-called Porous Planter
before-procuring Allcock's they were per
fectly useless. But immediately upon ap
plying two of Allcock's to my chest uiy
Cold and bad cough were at once relieved.
I want vou to send me one dozen forth
with. JOHN T. INGRAM.
albumen, wax, acomtic
not far from one-fifth its weight of
"solids not sugar, viz, ash,
31. 1 hat after maturity the rela
live amounts and irnitirtiot!S of the
chief factors vary but little, even for
a pei iod of three months or more,
provided the season does not change ;
e. g , an early maturing variety of
sorghum holds its 'own until frost j a
later variety has a shorter working
4th, That while varieties of sor-
led with the speed of the hare a fine
sense of conning. As a rule the hare
does not wort An craftiness unless
driven to it, and one who hag not
seen it pushed it hy the speed of the
greyhound, or the scent of the har
rier, has no idea of the little tricks
and stratagems it will resort to.
Somo fifteen years of close observa
tion have taught me much of the
habits of the hare, and still never a
season passes that I do not discover
something in its habits that was nev
er before observed by me.
Its habits of feeding and its modes
of seeking its resting place, which are
gll dependent on the weather and
season, are as variable as the wind,
ami it is a fact that its form or nest is
always changed with the wind.
The jack rabbit is also guilty of
many pranks that cannot be account
ed for. For instance, a certain prai
rie may be one day entirely destitute
of a single rabbit, while on the fol
lowing ibv vou may find the usual
number. .Put, as a general thing,
they change from high to low ground,
or from field to prairie, as the weath
er or supply of food is altered.
Its loot Is are various ; sometimes
the roots of tender sprouts and grasses,
at other times it will be seen standing
upon its hind legs nipping the top
most .leaves. It is subject to dropsy.
and by some this is asserted to be
caused bv eating a wc.'d which is the
growth of certain wet or dry seasons.
If this is the ease the weed must be
growing continually, .as the hare is
subject to dropsy all thetime and in
every variety ol ground and season
In regard to this disease, which I
am ot the opinion is the only one
attaching the jack rabbit, there i
room for much discussion. Suffice it
to say that out or many causes to
which its origin is attributed, i find
none which is authenticated or made
true by an extensive observation.
My own idea which 1 have only
arrived at lately, after having exam
ined many animals thoroughly is
that it is caused bv something eaten
in the shape of an egg, either of a Hy
or insect of some kind. This egg i:;ay
haVe been deposited oil its food or
made no trade, or compromise wjm
One of Adams' friends yestertiay
afternoon asked us to print the tol-
lowinir "vindication "Hie friends
of Mr. Adams say to the public that
he had sufficient grounds to apt as tie
has the reason he declines to give at
present." Charlotte Observer.
River Improvements. The Uni
ted States Engineer steam launch. H.
. . . i f
G. Wright, is iving at her whan in
Campbeltou. This craft is here in
the interest of the improvement ! tne
Caoe Fear River, the navigation of
which h is been so much aided smqe
the last appropriation by Congress.
Capt. Mercur, au accomplished Engi
neer officer, has general charge ot tins
and many other works of river and
We no know ledge the pleasure oi a
call from the genial officer in immedi
ate charge of the work on the Cape
Fear, Capt. VV. II. Jamie. Fayette
It is currently reported that Miss
Sallie Jeweft, a rich young lady of
Erie, Penn., is zoing to marry Ham
ilton McCormiek. of Chicago. We
7 . W
deem it our solemn duty to inform
the lui.le that her prospective hus
band is the inventor ol
machine. Chicago News
. i i
t t n resiling
M. L. AHEY
Present his compliment n. u. .
and ManMtfnllv ailL.; .. . . P&0l
tnblisment. It is complete in m'lV
Horses, Buggies, Carria..
jtuwiiuus, wagons, &C(
FT V TS rnvi'l nrv.
bpcciai provision ami Ikmrahlp ....
Hoarding and keening horse
Drovers will find good Stalls
at this place.
c l i ,
o Commercial Traveler 1Bi
Lee Street, Salisbury p
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Fresh Tarnip Seefl, Tmip g
Just received a Fresh !t of
of all the different kinds, CHEAPER
ever at EXSISS' I)iU0 StL:
Sliiml Disease Cured.
IIammkl's Hotel, Rockaway )
Reach, N. Y., May IS), 'S'2. '
Allcock'stPlasteks have been of such
great service to me and mine that I feci it
a duty to state the facts, as briefly as possi
ble, to induce others to Use them. My wife
for many years vn confined to her bed
suffering from, spinal disease. Alter spend
ing a thousand dollars in vain effort to get
cured, she applied three Allcock's PIlas
teks to the spinal column, one above the
other. Iu a few days all pain left her.
She applied fresh plasters every two weeks
and in the course of two months she com
pletely recovered her health. At first she
could hardlv walk across the room ; each
day she walked a little j further, and now
she is able to walk five miles vvithout fa
tigue. She still occasionally applies the
plasters to her back, but she lias been per-
i' . i it f i i
teeny wen ior upwaru or a year.
LEWIS L. II A MM EL.
on the body ot the animal. At any
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jjuiiin unit r m t at I y in rapiiuiy oi i , - . t , ,
t j - bit-s iua:ue, aim nut on t in
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ty, in size,
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SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CRAC
UNA WATCHMAN, OJ.T
$1.50 PER YEAR.
554 Main St., Hautkokd, Conn., )
April 20, 1879. f
Will you please send me an Allcoc k's
Pokous Plaster, 20 inches long by 7
inches wide, to use on my bat k for weak
ness of kidneys. I have worn them with
the best curative effect, for a weak side
near the heart, many years for injury caus,
ed by strain and lifting in the army. 1
could not do without them; I use one about
every month. I have on a Belladonna
Plaster aud don't like it at all, for it has
not the power or strength of Allcock's
Por.ous Plasteks. B. WELLS SPERRY.
t4A Blessing in Disguise."
484 Adelphi St., Brooklyn, I
March 29, 1881. f
No family should be without Allcock's
Ponocs Plasters; their healing powers are
wonderful and their efticac' far-reaching
and lasting. For years past I have seen
and known them to cure and relieve the
most obstinate and distressing eases of
heumatism, kidney complaint, bronchitis,
leuralgia, lumbago, iuflamation of the
ungs and throat, paralysis, asthma, spinal
weakness, and coughs and colds. In mv
own case they afforded me almost instant
and permanent relief. My friends consider
them an invalmihta and speedy remedy it.,
till kinds of aches aud pains. They are a
blessing in disguise; and no wile or mother
should be without them if she values her
peace and comfort and freedom from ner
vous exhaustion and other ailments. As a
strengthening plaster, also for backaches
and weakness, they have no equal. I have
never vet found a plaster so efficacious and
stimulating, or to give so much general sat.
isfaction. Used in connection with Bran-
dreth's universal .life-giving and life-heal
ing Pills, no one need despair of a speedy
restoration to good sound health.
MRS. E. TOMPKINS.
WHEN YOU WANT
AT LOW FIGURES
11 on the undersigned at NO 2, Granitt
vv. D A. AT WELL.
Aza it for tU i ' j VP 1 W iIr33"r.'
Sj isb ;ry, H. C, Juue 8th ;f.
BOOTS, SHOS &, GAITERS, made to
order: Ah. oi k I-list Class Seventies itais Ex
perience. All llatf rial ot the best ifrade, and work
done la tne latest sryies
lieatly niaa wor k always on nana- Repairing
neatlv ana pron.ni iy none. oro rs n v man nrouipt
3i:iy. -ivMS3iKY. N.C
3ST O TI C E !
JOHN F. EAGLE,
yield per acre, it appears that all va
r;eiics of Horguum resemble each oth
er iu developing at maturity, under
the same conditions, nearly the same
maximum percent ages of cane sugar,
glucose, and solid, the cane sugar
maxima varying from 14 to 1G per
cent, of the total weight of ihe ex-
pressed juice, the Oilier factors being
as btatcd under 2d.
6th. The soil best adapted to the
growth of a good crop of sorghum
for sugar appears to be a sandy loam.
TLjs plant thrives on soils and in
climates too light and dry- for maize,
and makes the best 'stand" when
grown closer than Indian corn admits
in a given locality,
6th. V hile good sirup may be
produced from s irghum as a domestic
industry and on a limited scale over a
very witie range ot country, the suc
cessful production of crystallised sugar
in a commercial scale appears to de
mand tbe skill and appliances of a
sugar house conducted in a systematic
manner and with ample capital.
7ln. The best results in sujrar are
obtained only when the ripe cane is
manufactured on tlie same day (twenty-four
hours) in which it is cut from
8th. The seed of ripe sorghum is a
valuable feed crop, comparable for
fattening animals with maize, and iu
prodm t is equal to from 2h to 4
bushels per ton of cane.
plli. About 40 per cent, of the
u ice of sorghum is lost iu tne be-
gassc, as it to nearly the same extent
iu tropical sugar caue, more thanJ
one-half of which loss may passibly
be saved to the crop by process"?
1 0l ii. Of other residue! products,
the scum and sediment, rich in vari
ous elements of terlii.'tv. are now
The begasse, when treated by a
ulping machine, gives a valuable
aper stock. Treated as a fertilizer,
the begasse will return to. the soil a
portion of what the plant has borrow-
eu irorn it in its growta. in regions
where fuel is dear the begasse can be
used with advantage as fuel.
be found a
ami in every case
ciiistei oi something- winch is evi
ttcMit 1 y the germ or starting point of
j the disease, ami which enlarges to
such :in extent that in some instances
the animal is overbalanced iu moving.
A SURE CURE FOR BURNS., CUTS,
BRUISES AND LAMENESS.
West Becket, Berkshire Co.,
Mass., Jan. 23. 1882.
We could not keep house without Illcock's
Plasters, for 20 years we have used them
nnd found them most effective for Burns, Cuts
Bruises aoid all kind of Lamener.
JULIA E. SHAW
Invites your attention to Ins shop, oppopiit
M.nvnrV ( Ul'n e. He pah ing neatly and prompt
ly done. All "Tildes of goods made to order
lat. i si. 'Sim.
Relief for Kfeuralsia
Hastings Minn., i
Jan. 3, 1883.
I am troubled with neuralgia in the back of
my head, neck and spine, but I find by apply
ing one of your Porous Plasters to die back
of mv nek and one across the small of mv
back I have almost instant relief.
I take pleasure in reecommending them to
the ittticted lor ihey have helped uieno much
J. r. BEE BEE.
Pastor Mi E. Church Hastings
The disease, in a tangible form,
found in the inside of nearly all old
harci, seldom attacking a young one,
and takes several years to destroy
the animal, if hawks or wolves do
not make foud of it SiKiner.
A young hare or leverctt is consid
ered (inite an edible dish by those
who know how to cook it, but is not
used so much in this country as iu
England, where they prize it highly.
The German population in some
parts of Texas, are the greatest ene
mies that poor puss has, as they will
kill from twenty to thirty a day,
shooting them down as ther rise and
not allowing them as much chance for
their lives as hunting with the grev
The heat runnipg hares are found
upon the open prairie, where they
never attain the size of those living
iu the lields or gardens. They fre
quently hide in the grass and weeds,
though I have never known but one
to go in a hole and iu that instance it
was a pot hole on the prairie.
Our hares have larger ears than
the English hare, and are somewhat
lighter iu color, but are about the
same in other respects, except in their
power of speed and endurance, in
which I am informed they are supe
rior to the English.
VV. Vj. Durham.
The Kail road Kinbczlciuent.
On the 1st Monday of Rowan Superior
Court, November S'HIi, 1888. will sell at
the Court IliiiiM! a s r. in Salisbury, that
valuable tract of land heretofore known as
Tne John Uodonatighsy Place,
Nine mites-west of. Salisbury, On the' Lin
colnton road, and in sight of Thvatira
Church, IS miles north of Concord and
within 7 miles of the West. N, C. Railroad
and the same distance from the Richmond
& Danville Railroad. This tract contains
:540 acres; 83 acres of which is first-rate
bottom in cultivation. There is on the
dace a good dwelling house, barn and other
necessary out-buildings, is in a good neigh
borhood, convenient to churches, mills, &c.
It is divided into four parts as follows:
The Home place, containing 137 acres,
38 of which is bottom.
Lot No. 2 contains D2J acres, 33 ofwhich
Nj. 3 contains 60 a res, 15 of which is
bottom. All these lots have houses and
wells of good vvateron theni.
No. 4 contains .to acres.
Persons wishing to examine the property
will call on me oil the premises.
Also sever;:! hundred bushels of COIJN,
to be delivered on the plantation.
Jf"TmiM : Half ash down, balance in
one and two years, with interest at the rate
of eight per cent, payable semi annually.
J. G. McCONNAUGHEY,
Mill Bridge. N. C.
Statesville Landmark, Davie Time, Da
vidson Dispatdi nnd Concord llegizter, re
qestetl to copV two weeks.
Oct. 3.0, 18.83. 3t
Mill Property Sale!
Upon lhe"pctition of C. A. Overeaah. the
following property was ordereil by the Su
perior Court ol Rowan county to be sold at
tne Court notice door, in tvilisourv, in
Monday the 26th day of November, 1883,
viz: Whal i- known as the Ov.-rcasi &.
Ziaazsr X&ili Property, situated at
Rostians -y Roads, in At well 1 own.-.liip.
containing about Two Acres, and upon
which is located a Grist Mill, Saw Mil!
and Planing MS! I. The above set forth prop
erty will be sold by me on the day and at
the place herein mentioned to the highest
1:1m, J A 3. W. RUMPLE, Com'r.
The Great RHEUMATIC t TKEofift
also fir LAME BACK, at
SIMMON'S LITER MSBIC1
-AT REDUCED PRICES, At! "-
RUBBERS FOR JARS,
SAVE Y0UE FEW!
Scarr's Fruit Preservative!
Without the use of Sealed Cans. Tn
CHEAPEST am) ONLY SURE KISfl
KNOWN. Perfectly Haumi.essT C4
and try it.
At ENNISS' Lhm; Stork.
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Texas Jack Kabbit,
North GarDiina Railroad,
TRAINS (iOLNG EAST.
D(e,Air. 30, ls82 jNu. 01. j av. i2,
l;tily. 1 DaHr.
Leave Cliarloite... . 4.10 a.m. I 4.:ftp.i,
" Salisbury b.oo " "
" Uigh l'Jiiil .. 7.1U " 7.00
Arr. Greensboro.... .S.ii " a lio tt
Leave Greensboro. . 'J.oO " 1) 10 i
Arr. lUllsboro il.47 " 11 28
' Durham 1 20 " J2 081I '
" Raleigh 1.40 p.iu. 1 :'0A
Lv. ' 4 00 " 1 304
Arr. Goldshoro ; 6.30 3 50 a
-4 . ! Irf
No. 15 Daily except Saiurday,
Leave Greensboro (I ::v p. hi.
Arrive at Raleigh . m.
Arrive at CJuldsboro b 10 "
Pie Valley Hitoil Life As
HOME OFFICE, STAUNTON, VA.
The Cheapest. Surest, and Most Reliable Lire In
surance now-offered the public- Is found In the Val
ley Mutual, which enables you to carry a f 1,000 lite
policy at au actual average cost of $s.50 per annum.
For further information, call on or address
j. w. Mckenzie, Agent,
May 20, isk Salisbury, n. c.
A Great Water-Power
FOR SALE !
The published report of Adam's
confession and the new developments
in the railroad embezzlement oase,
in the Observer yesterday morning,
created a great surprise in the city, as
no one knew anything about thecon-les-ion
until it was seen in the paper.
Iksides the three parties whose names
have already been given to the pub
lic, the railroad claims that there are
four others implicated in the swind
ling and that at the next term of the
Inferior court there will be a mighty
' shaking up of the dry bones. Who
the other four parties are, the prose
cition does not care to state at the
present time. Kiilroad men tell us
that Lapt. Jim McCool is not run
ning on the Georgia Pacific road, as
we supposed, but isjneTchandiaiiig in
Georgia. Yesterday morning: Adams
delivered up his personal property,
consisting of a line, horse and buggy
and set of harness, a wagon and har
ness, to Cant. J. J. Gromley, general
depot agent in this city.
The railroad's council state that
the impression that a compromise
was made with Adams is false.
Adams' confession was entirely vol
untary on his part, aud Judge
Schenck had never before met him.
"He simply confessed and threw
himself upon the mercy of the court,"
the counsel continued, and "we will
prosecute him to the extent of the
law, while we will use him as a wit-
No. 51 Connects at Salisbury W. .C.l
R.. for Anheville and Warm' Spriop
Grventdmro with RA I). K. It. fr all flP
North, E(st and West, via. Danvilfa W
Cioldsboro with W.A W.R. R. for Viloi
No. .53 Connects at Salisbury wiA VJJ
C, 11, R. for all points in Western N.Camliltj
daily at Greensboro with K V B. B. K.fw
points North, East and We.-t.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
From the Texas Farm and Ranch.
To a person riding over the broad
prairies of Texas, and seeing many
hundreds of these little animal, it
would seem that but t few words
would describe the traits aud peculia
rities of this swift footed and pecu
liarly gifted creature 1 say gifted,
because nature has not endowed any
other animal with finer menu of de
fence, nor where such means can be
better used, than the hare.
The cunning of the fox, the fierce
ness of the cat tribe or the endurance
of the wolf does not equal the man
ner iu which the hare will evade its
pursuers when an opportunity avails
itself. Nearly eveiy other animal
which nature has given to man f.r
rinrt, has different me ms of defense
to resort to. Some sa themselves
iby fighting j oiheis bv hiding Tu for-1 ne.ss 'against the others. The railroad
The most extraordinary unimproved
Water Power on the Yadkin River is for
sale at law figures. It is situate at the head
of the Narrows in Stanly county, 8 miles
from Albemarle, the county seat ; 13 miles
from Gold Hill, and about 28 miles from
Salisbury. It is one mile from the public
highway leading to Salisbury, from which
road it is easily accessible down to the
water's edge. The peculiar feature of this
property is that it is a natural stone dam
which makes about a six foot head of
available water. The dam runs at an angle
of alxurt $0 or 25 deg. up the river nearly
all the way across, gradually diminishing
in height as it approaches the opposite
shore. A race of 400 feet in length will dl
from 12 to 14 additional feet of hcad4 mak
ing the grand power of 18 or 20. There is
any quantity of building stone and slate
ol excellent quality, on the premises, easily
transported by water.
This excellent power may be used for
GRIST AND FLOURING MILLS,
COTTON & WOOLEN FACTORIES,
REDUCTION MILL FOR SULPHU
It is conveniently near the mines of
Montgomery, Stanly, parts of Cabarrus.
in?-.in um unuusvuiunuues to make it
a custom mill, for the reduction of ores,
with the great advantage of beinr in thJ
centre of the mining districts named abo7?
HL . -
i ne ores wiinin easy reach, could not be
worked out in a century.
This water power with 10 acres attached
is offerred at 2,500, with the option of
100 acres at 3,500. The lands are valua
ble for farming FurPses; the situation
healthy, the society good, and church And
school advantages very g.x.d. Perns
wishing further information may add res
"Watchman," Salisbury, or Mr J H I iV
tleton. AUemnr!c. N. C.
Map of place furnished on application f
33:tf. - "A
Date, Feb. 19, 1882.
Arrive Durham ....
" Hillsboi ......
Arriv Hijjh Piont
10.00 a. m.
If. 15 j m
8 30 "
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10 00 "
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Nu. 52 Connects at Cbarlwt.te w
V AlR.tt. with allpoints Soul'b :ih
N. W. N. C RAILROAD.
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No 50 1Tk.
L Daily. - v-v.
T& 25 Piu
1041 H" .
No. 01. ,
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STATE UWIVEIStfY W&l&i
I NO- l'l
j ' r:iilv ex. Sus.
Leave Chapel Hill .. .
7.30 a m
Arrive Chapel Hill ....
I .;! v et. ?U"'
5.40 v f
Pullman : Sleeping Cars withojf gjfl
on i rain xo. ou, in ew ion""" j
h as uns nn A' ;inv lit, .
On Train No. 52, Richmond IMUS
Waxhinglon and Augusta, Ca., via Ut' J
KThronsb Tickets on ieai"7,:J
Raleigh, Goldsboro, Salisbury ""JjJJl
and at ail principal ponus ":' ' "i pa
nm9l North and fcast. ror v h"-tm