pr who ?
' 4T V'can " a landome mspL.
A e'er my eYM haye bwo berej
.fid If js that made he r n hn made "
$faqjnrj " Qd nJa we" dorej
for none bat one who e infinite
A ktms pf nnbfiitndpd grace
Could fashion out a frame 50 liIif,
And gife to it an angel' facet
fhere, every feature wear a smile,
"P bat Mks drecty tp the heart;
Jn such a kind pernansive rtyle,
That Memory ne'er ifjll jet tbem part;
ftot linger there, i?f rajo-bow hue,
' That from a purer clir$e 4 re given,
A.nd through tfje itoijl a bit diffuse
Tbitf Jess pfparjh than 'tis of hear en!
And on thqssmile, bright tparkling wit,
Comes dancing forth to njock at carej
A o'er her pberubjc face tfjejr git,
To nestle neath her liUt-irpwn hair
Vhile pn her bjoy, content sjts still,
And calm aj Summer daja at noont
Vhen not a breeze e eeps o'er a hjl
Tq walr fj?e fragrance from iu bloom.
Ye. I recalj ihpir nia gip spel).
And every thoueht they've brought to
JJnt words tTicse thoughts can ne'er I) tell;
The dearest mut be Ipft behind
A treasure for my koii tp ipep
Forever in my heart con fined-r-r
VVhpre ill rav phojefft secrets lcep.
As jewels in a casket shrined!
JJut ypt, alas 1 for me, this maid,
And her sweet smiles, they've ruinl me :
They first beguiled and thpn betrayed, ,
Then bound rn fast in slavery.
fSo now no matter where go,
Upon the Uf)d, or on the spa,
To her ry Jhpjjghpi al Jake mr flow,
And wbej-e ee if, fherp will be!
pyen now. tljp' abspn'i her bright eye,
With Jiiy clipeka pf crimson hue,
And npbje fprejtead broad and high,
-jos up through fancy to my view.
And may her portrait there remain, -And
from me peyer more depart,
V hape it graven fin my bruin,
Arrf atyhrofjijifd ypon 1111 fcarf f
A purer being np'pr did Vtyc.
Arid l were wrong fo thing fhere cap;
heaven did, when she was gave,
1 1 !phevery best it coulft jar wmn
Throwing a kind pf wjtchery,
About her manners and her form
That makes tho timid sapfl grRff
And icey bosoms Boon grow warm !
J like her unassuming ways
Her sterling trajta of character;
And think Acr worthy of all praise
That man on mortal can confer.
. Then, oh ! my heart, lift thy voice,
An,d pitch still yet a higher key
pay, if th.p world bf)d for pjiojcp,
Spe would be first and last with rqe
And you my harp, exalt thy strain.
And now peal fqrtlt thy loudest note,
nd let ta ephoes bear her fame, -
Till round the earth her praises float.
That she may here soon find a friend,
Who hath a heart that's warm and true,
And will love on until the end,
Ar)4 fQF hep sa!(e ajl things epdure I
put what should she yield up her breath,
And angels claim her for their own
And bear her on with them through death
s To heavep, gjory apd a throne r
Vhere rejgns pne bright pternaj day
Of holy, high, and sacred noon,
That years can peyer waste away
To give apotjier moment room !
Put hush, iry heart : should she go free
To roam the flowery fields of bliss
nd reign in light and ecstacy
With angels andher friends from thic,
The earfh yonld theq to rue be dafk,
But Allean and heaven dearer;
For there she'd be a shining mark
JTer to draw the purest nearlier.
Jndeed, she is the only tie,
That now doth bind me fast to, earth;
And were she now from it to fly
Could I forget her, and her worth !
Jfay. God ' immortal apd so is Ipvej
And love musf-and will forevtr reicn-
f nol on earth'it wili above,
Apd bring al) bacfe tp God r.gain !
Then speed fha hour, make haste the day,
When perfect all ahall be and pure;
And the imperfect 's past away,
And all that 's lovely shall endure.
TfcH I? "3 triye lo reach that home,
Our fathers glorious mansion house;
Vheresoon to us, our friends will come
And with us ever more rejoice !
T!?P jugglers pf Iniiia have for centuries
peen. noted -Jqr Uew rppiaikable skill in
fhe wyfiteries qf Mblack art," Tlc pditor
pfthe Commercial Bulletin, traveling in
the Eas't, has contributed to that paper
omo-4'pry interesting letters o,n the C14S
teras of the strange people he has visited.
Tinder the above headjng he tells, in the
Jast issue, his readers that; convalescence
Js a capitn) tiirfe for mild amusempnts
which will not tire the languid brajn, and
we had some jugglers, up almost every
day. We never could, find out their tricks,
which are very inarvekus. Of course,
pvcrybody has heard of the basket trick,
where a small boy gets inside a baske
and the juggler plunges a swor tjjrqugh
Pjtid through, it, brjpgjng it out recking
withr blood, "-then lipids up the basket,
shows there1!) nothing there, and calls the
- boy, who calndy apiears frojp t)utside the
f ircle of spectators. And also of the man,
go trictc, here a seed 3 placed in the
ground, is covered with a clofh, nr,4 apr
jear8 as a shrul, growing' visibly Wfore
pie very pyes, and then bears fruit,
which ripens and is edible n fiyp minutes
from first plantiug. These teljows have
yery scanty plotljing, ami apparently ' no
apparatqs whatever. There- are some
wiseacres wljp profess t know all about
these trck$, I never saw thp diseu)lKw-
pang amH?nmtdiate healing of fakirs, in
Jndia, nqr ncx sitting in-tlje air, levita
ted as MajinniP Blavatisky-calls it. : Hut
I have seen othpf tricks as snrpi ising, and
pqnally unaccountable by any art or
science with whjch uroixans or Ameri
rans ajipear to be acqnaintej nowadays.
- I have seen a man throw up into the air
a number of balls i)un)bereil in sncccs&ion
. 1 . & 1
iuiu ui3( upwarus, 4 eaci) went up,
nnd there was no deception about fheir
going up, tip ml was qecn clpajly in the
air, getting smaller and smaller till it dis
appeared altogether out of siht, Vhen
hej were all np, twpnty or more, the
operator would politely ask' whch ball
yon wapted to see, and then-would shout
out No4. 1, No. 15,' and so on, as instructr
et Ijy the specjatqrs, wljpn the ball de
manded would bound to his feet, Yjojpntr
lyfrom soiucs rcrjiqe djstnce,
'Tljea Vyp jsppj?" tliem swaIloVtbrcp
different colored f powders, and f thenr
throVin j W tlfe IjM vas tfcein down
with watr, drunk in the native fashion
jn a continuous strpanj from a hUih, or
brass pot, held utm' length fronf the
lips, and kfp on drinking till the swollen
bodj- cotdd mt hold another drop, and
water pyerffQwed from the lips? Tl,eu
tliosa fallows, after squirting out the water
ill their njoutlfs, have spat out tlte three
poyders on $ cjean piepe of paper, dry
and nu mixed. As f;o th.e thjmble-riggery
of theff jninor tricks, they arc eecdingly
eiiKjrt, but are probably equalled by many
of our distinguished prestid'ujitatc urs; and
whatever may be said of the basket and
mango tricks, or the sitting in the air, I
ddn't think any pf our people arc up to
the sending of balls into space and recall
ing tjiepj in an' unpremeditated, prder.
Thfs rep)in4 we of the trick Marco Polo,
the great Venetian traveler of earlier
times, speaks of having seen at the Court
of Prester John, in Centra Asia, when a
bean was jdanted and sprung up rapidly
toward the heavens, its summit being lost
in the clouds. Up this, one juggler trav
eled, and then another after him, with a
drawn sword. In a few minutes, down
drops ears, fv nose, a head, and limbs of
So. 1 ; No, 2 leisurely descends, wiping a
bloody sword, shovels up the fragments
of his victim into a box, and goes on with
other performances, presently calling out
for his defunct companion, ho thereupon
presents himself, a Jargp as life, all alive
and kicking, from the throng. Thi is
not a modern trick, but those I have seen
arc certainly not less marvelous. Then,
too, it is n xrr authenticated fiiet that
some of these jugglers, on more than one
occasion in recent years, have suffered
themselves to le buried alive, and have
been dug- out alive after the lapse of a
NIAGARA AND THE POTOMAC.
Wfjat a giant is Niagara! Her falls
have a 17,000,000 horse power. For hun
dreds of years this mighty force has roar
ed and dashed itself in fury against its
rock-bound channel, but aside from its
being a grand spectacle it has been almost
valueless to humanity unless to venders
of Indian trinkets, swimming hotels and
bilking hackmen pre benefits. But at
last this 17,000,000 horse power is to be
set at work in the interests of human in
dustry. This strength of 17,000,000 of
horses is- to be harnessed and placed under
the guidance and control of man.
The company which was some time ago
formed for the purpose of utilizing this
great water force seems to be in earnest.
Every effort that monej and energy can
exert is behig exercised to put this enor
mous power into trim for driving ma
chinery. The water which passes over
the, falls is estimated at one million tons
per hour, and its perpendicular descent
may be taken at l."0 feet without inclu
ding thcrapids, which represent a further
fall of 150 feet. The force represented bv
the principal fall alone is 10,800,000 horse
power, an amount which, if produced by
steam, would require an expenditure of
not less than 200,000,000 tons of coal per
annnm. As there is but an average of
".OOO.OOO tons of coal produced from
tho mines throughout the world annually,
it is readily to be seen that Niagara once
under the control of man, would exert
more force than all the steam power on
These remarkable focts will at once
raise the question, why do not the capital
ists of Washington make an effort to util
ize tho enormous water power which is
now running to wastp in the Little and
Great Falls of the Potomac f The facili
ties for -securing this immense force are
far superior tq those which surround the
great enterprise about to be undertaken
at Niagara. The water power of the Po
tomac once under the control of man,
would prove a mine of wealth to those
who interest themselves in the enterprise.
ZINCrLINED WATER COOLERS.
- Scyeral correspondents have lately writ
written to us concerning zinc-lined water
coolers, complaining of the disagreeable
flavor which the zinc imparts to water
from melted ice. Several weeks ago, we
had occasion to note the deloterious'enects
of water that had passed through zinc
coated or galvanized iron pipes. It is
obvious that" what was there Said equallv
applies to zinc or galvanized iron-lined
water j-eservoirs of any kind, although we
admit that tho corrosive action of any
fluid is greatly diminished by a reduction
in temperature. We think there can bj
no manner of doubt that the use of zinc
or galvanized iron for sueh purposes is
highly objectionable. The general action
of zinc salts on animal system is to cause
persistent dianhtioa; and in conjunction
with the enervating effects of hot weather
and other cause tending iu the samo di
rection, this may result in very serious
consequences-, more especially with young
children and persons suffering under the
infirmities of age.. Durjurr tho next few-
months these ice water fountains will re
ceive marked attention, so also will chol
era mixtures. If our readers would avoid
headache and nausea, let them banish
theso "crygtalizecV' coolers. The best
lining for such vessels is, perhaps, porce
lain enameled iron;-but unfortunately,
there is always a doubt as to the amount
of soluble lead tho enamel mav contain
We haveeen some of these eqamel-lined
coolers in the market; but as they cost
nearly twice as much aa an ordinary cool
er, their sale is very limited, while the
handsome galvanized iron qncs arp hand
nearly everywhere. Tinned plate has
been found unsuitable as a lining mate
rial, as tho tin soon wears off and exposes
the irau, Irou -djscolprs and imparts a t
disagreeable styptic taste to the water.
Glass, porcelain in general, and stone
ware or pottery, if free of lead glazes, may
be used. 5 gawust is often, used in lining
the walls of wfjter coolers; but charcoal,
n n)oderate?y fine powder, u' much supe
rior. Care should be taVen, in filling the
vessels with water, not fa wet the lining,
as when wet it becomes almost useless.
Ice water that fs, water from melted ice
is not conducive to health; but becomes
more pernicious when itsreserypir has
been a zincrlined vessel. Scientific mer-ican.
POWER OF A DEAD CHILI).
One afternoon, not long since, Detective
Pryde stepped on board the steamer
Maude as she tpached the levee, and ap
proached a brunette leading a white poo
dle, politely told her that she was wanted
on a telegram received from St. Louis.
"It's my husband," said she; "Pll wait,
but he can never induce me to live with
him again." She walked to Worsham
House with a firm tread, and her little
white poodle trotted behind her. The
husband arrived in due time. An inter
view was arranged and took place. Mr.
approached madam with extended hand,
but madam would have none of it. What
did the deserted husband then ? He knew
well the path to the woman heart, Ten
derly and gently he led her memory back
to the little cradle and its baby inmate,
in which mingled their, blood in common;
theuce he brought to her mind the baby
shoes, the little torn apron, the ball, the
marble all that remained of their idol,
now in Heaven. The mother's heart,
through the little dead form and the sad
picture of the white flowers on a short
coffin, warmed again towards the father
of her boy. Her face twitched with emo
tion, and as the bright days of the honey
moon were, brought back to her thoughts,
sobs shook her frame, and between tears
she said : "Pll return with you." The
battle was won. Memjthis Avalaneh.
A LIFE FOR FIFTY CENTS.
Some time last fall, Dan Colyer and
Bailey of Wakenda, Mo., had a dis
pute about 50 cents; one claiming the
amount as due him, the other denying the
claim. Bniley said, "If you don't pay
me, I'll sue you," and Colyer replied, "If
you sue me I'll whip you." Bailey brought
suit, and Coyler made his word good.
Bailey came out secoud best; but, still
believing that he was able to make Colyer
regret his conduct, uttered a threat, say
ing, "This is not settled yet; I'll make it
all right before long."
On Friday last, as Colyer was leaving
the mill at Wakenda, Bailey arrived, and
discovering his old antagonist, called out
to him :
"Dan, I guess we will settle that little
Each part drew his revolver and be
gan firing. Who fired the first shot is
not certainly known,- but both continued
until their pistols were emptied, and then,
closing in, clubbed their weapons and
used the in in that way until separated.
Colyer was struck once in the abdomen,
the ball lodging near the spine. Bailey
w as struck in the right leg, near the hip
joint, crushing the bone and rendering
amputation necessary. Both parties are
in a critical condition. No hopes are en
tertained of Colyer's recovery, and scarce
ly any of Bailey's. Mobcrbj Monitor.
INDUSTRY OF BULGARIAN WOMEN.
The correspondent of a Loudon news
paper writes : "Every house has its rude
loom, of a make so primitive that one
wonders how such good material is pro
duced by it, for tho Bulgarian cloth, though
rather rough in texture, is pf excellent
quality, and will wear for years : a finer
kind is, however, produced in the towns
and at Kazan, in tho vilayet of the Danube.
I was assured that they could imitate any
quality or pattern of cloth that might be
given to them. The other woolen arti
cles made are chiefly carpets, generally in
long narrow stripes of bright color, some
thing like the Spanish blankets ; rngs of
different patterns, cushion or pillow cases,
and bed coverlets ; these are sold either
in the provinces or to the Constantinople
market, and I do not think that there is
any export for them ; indeed, as the sheep
of Roumelia give only about two pounds
ana tnree-quarters of wool to a fleece, the
amount produced is probably barelv sufn
cieui ior internal consumption. Oue of
the most striking things in these villages
is the apparently ceaseless industry of the
women and girls, every one of whom.
whether seated on the doorstep, walking
in trie streets, or going to the fountain
tm ner pans over ner shouUIer on a yoke
iiko a miiK-roaia, always carries a hank
of wool tied on a distaff under one arm,
and twirls a spindle. In Kazan I walked
for twenty minutes without being able to
find one literajly one woman and girl
about eight years of age without this ac
oompaniment, and mothers carry their
little babies in a short of bag on their
backs, so as to have their hands free to
use the spindle.
A Boston type-maker, w ho occasional
dumps old type into his meltinr
has several times been scared half out of
um vxis uv violent explosions in tho mol
ten fluid ; and now, after investigation
into the cause thereof, he requests the
printers of New England not to put anv
more pistol cartridges into their old type
There Is something refreshing hi the
absolute astonishment that visitors to a
printing ofbee sometimes displav at the
Sfe, 'ht Waek-
u JV,'1 1 n uP'n that corner?'
Thns far, every patent medicine or sjjap
man who has swindled newspapers out of
money for advertising, has gone insane.
, ""' ' rU i, an unsophisticated
I hat is the printing ofnee towel. We
always stand it up iu the enm 1
f ' - '
Mosquitoes lay their eggs upon the sur
face pf th.e water. Tho water must be
stagnant, and rain water is a prime re
quisite for successful, propagation. Fiva
or six drops of kerpsenj-p oil will diffuse
itself oyer the entire surface of a cistern,
and will impart neither taste uor smell to
the water. Not evaporating it will re
main all summer. Mosquitoes will nc$
lay their eggs upon St, jjor would they
hatch if laid. Try it, and rid yourself
and neighbors of these terrible pests.
WHY AM I NOT A CHRISTIAN T
J, Is jt because I am afraid of ridicule,
and of what others may say of me?
''Whosoever shall be ashamed of me,
and of my words, of him shall the Son of
man be .ashamed."
2. Is it because of the inconsistapcies of
"Every man shall give an account of
himself to GoL"
3. Is it because I am not willing to give
up all for Christ ?
"What shall it profit a man, if he shall
gain the whole world and lose his own
4. Is it because I am afraid that I shall
not be accepted ?
"Him that cometh to me I will in no
wise cast out J"
5. Is it because I fear I am too great a
"The blood of Jesus Christ cleanseth
from all sin."
G. Is it because I am afraid that I shall
not "hold out?"
"He that hath begun a good work iu
yon will perform it until theday of Christ."
7. Is it because I am thinking ttyt I
will do as well as I can, and that God
ought to be satisfied with that ?
"Whosoever shall keep the whole law,
and yet offen'd in one point, is guilty of all."
8. Is it because I am postponing the
matter without any definite reason ?
"Boast uot thyself of to-morrow, for
thou knowest not what a day may bring
1). Is it because I am trying to save my
self by morality or in any other way of
my own ?
"There is none other name under heav
en given among men, whereby wo must
10. Is it because I do not clearly see
the way to be saved ?
"Believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and
thou shall be saved." "God so loved the
world that he gave his only Wgotten Son,
that whosoever believeth in him should
not perish, but have everlasting life.
John .'5: 10.
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looking at your baggage, so that he may
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ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
ST ATES VILLE, N. C,
S M LANIER, Proprietor.
B"Servants Polite and Attentive.
Blaolier U Henflerson,
SALISBURY, N. C
Janqay22 I87G tt.
Jqst received a fresh supply of Plpver
Seed. Orchard Grass. Blue Grass. Red pp
apdrimpthy, whiph I will sell cheap. At
FieduiQUt Air Xinp Railway
Rcumond & DanvilerEicJiiQorid. &
ITgjrth Western ft C, B. W.
In Ef&cf on and after Sunday, Iec. 10th, 1876
Leave Charlotte 4.55 A M
Air-LinJuntion 5.20 "
" Salisbury -1.35
" Danville 12.28 P M
" Dundee 12.40
Arrive at Richmond 7.43 p u
7.50 A M
2.55 P M
" Air-Line Junction 10.25
Arrive at Charlotte 10.37
" Co. Shop
Arrive at Raleigh
Arrive at Goldsboro
A rr. 12.30rM
ROUTS WESTERN W. C. E..H
( Salem Branch.)
Arrive at Salem
Arrive at Greensboro
5.50 p m
7.30 A M
Passeneer Trains leaving Raleigh at 12.34 p
M. connects at Greensboro with the Kojiihorn
bound train ; making the quickest time to all
No Change of Cars Between Charlotte
and Richmond. 282 Miles.
Papers that have arrangements to advertise
the schedule of this comnanv will nleasp nrint
as above and forward-copies to Genl. Passenger
For further information address
Genl. Passenger Agent,
June G, '7G Richmond. Va.
SIMONTON FEMALE COLLEGE-
MRS. E. X. GRANT. Principal.
The Next Session will open Au
gust 30th 1876. Circulars with-tern,
ect , upon application.
References : Rev. W
A. Wood. States-
ville. X. C; ex-Gov
Z. IJ. Vance. Char
lotte, N. C, Prof. W. J. Martin. Davidson
College X. C.; Rev. R. Burell, Raleigh,
X. C; and all friends and pupils of Rev.
Dr. Mitchell, late Professor in University of
X. C. July G '70-1 y.
J. GiLMR KEENER,
House, Sign, and Ornamental
Graining & Frescoing a Specialty.
All letters addressed to lie linger
ed at Kernersville. X. C will be
Work done by contract or by the day;
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Address
J. GILMER KERNER,
Kernersville, X. C.
When voa want Hardwaro at low
figures, call on the undereicned at N 2
D. A. AT WELL.
Salisbury, X. C. June 8 tf.
All sufferers from this disease that are anxious to
be cured should try DK. KISSXEK'S CELEBRATED
CONSUMPTIVE POWDEKS. These powders are the
only preparation known that win cure CONSUMP
TION and all diseases or the TH KO AT AND LUNGS
indeed, so strong la our taith In them, and also to
convince you that they are no humbug, we will for
Yfayd to every sufferer, by mall, post paid, a FitEE
We don't want your money until you are perfectly
satisfied of their curative powers. If your life is
wortn savin?, don't delay lnsMnf? these POWDERS
a trial, as they will surely cure you.
Price, for large box, $a.oo, sent to any part of the
t nlted stat ;s or Canada by mall on receipt of price.
AS 1 1 & ROBBINS,
360 Fcltos Street, Brooklvn, n. Y.
The Copartnership heretofore existing under
the name ot Luckev. Lvprlv X- r.n ;oij
in January, last, has heen revived, and they
will continue their mercantile business at Row
an Mills as heretofore.
Their old friend and patron will be sewed
with fidelity, and they will do all in their pow
er to gie satisfaction,
W. A. LUCRE Y,
J. A. LYEKLY,
March 6, 1877.J pdlm:
To the Working Class. We are now
prepared to furnish all classes with constant
employment at home, the whole of the time,
or for their spare moment?. Business new!
light and profitable. Persons of eilher sx
easily earn from 50 cents to $5 per evening,
and a proportional sum by devoting their
whole time to the business. Boys and girls
earn nearly as much as men. That all
who see this notice may send their address
&?,dSt i!1e bnin?ss we nake this unpar
alleled offer : To fnrh' as are noMnH gat
isfied we wtll send ore dollar to pay for the
trouble of writj. Fuii particulars, sam
ples worth several dolla
on, and a copy of Ilorneand Fireside, on of
i .argesi anfl uest illustrated Publications,
all sent frefr fcy mail. Keider. if ton want
permanent, nrnfif hlo rt
Stiksos 6c pp., Porjlnd, Maine.
MAIL. I j
g, I0.0OAM U
- 11.21 "
I 2.41 M
T 1... An r
a nave uiicu uu an ummbn. . . -
Wagon which are always ready to con.
sona t or from the depot, to and fa! N
weddings. Ac Leare ordersat VlanSW.
or at ray ijrry & Sale Stable. FiKC. 9n
near Railroad bridge. ' she ?m
Aug. 10. tff
vdu uc IIIHUe I) V r,
;verv mSnih in the l,u,inJ?K
canasily ea 5 a doken .lolIars a da."
n their-wn localities. IJav no i r
explain here. Businn i.l.. . "r1" to
t ,r"'oni and V
orable. Women, and boys apd irU
u-ell as mra. We will furnish you
plete Outfit free. The 1.usineSS nT8 ,
than anytbice elsr. We nill 'J i
ofetarting yua. Particulars frw. v
and see Fanners and mhani,, jffi '
son and daoghteis. and allcWs b Z
of paying work at home, should writ. t
and Jearfr all about the work ai once 01
is the tinif. Don't delay. - AddrefS TRPd
& CO.. Augusta. Maiue! TBtE
On tliaPublid Squat,
SALISBURY, N. C.
''p HE nOUSE is in tbo centra of bniinn.
JL and tnearest to the depot.
Table as good as the lest. -Servants
attentive and polite.
Board per dar f ,
Single ileals "" ' S
l"Special Contracts for a longer term. -Ouiuib.ue
to and from all trains. ' ',
Best Livery table near at hand.
Ld"The undersitrned tendpra i,iai..i.. H
jpany friends who have called on him at til
Mansion, and assures them that nn r... .t.i.
1 1. 1 ... v uaii
" '";l.llfC ,SHS Peasant
MBr-ine irareung runiic vill always find
lieuKum quarters auu reiresning tare.
, WM. ROWZEt
Feb. 3, 1876. 17:tf . ,
Salisbury, J". o.
Where..dvertiiac ContracU can b mad
Carolina Central Railway
Ol-FICE GKNEUAL t'PERI STtSVKXT.
Wilmington. N. C. April 14. 1875.
Change of Schedule,
On and after Friday. April JGtb, 1875, tbe
trains will run over this Kailway a follows.
Leave Wilmington at....
Arrive at Charlotte at
Leave Charlotte at......
Arrive iu Wilmington at
715 A M.
7.U0 A. if
7.00 P. il
Leave Wilmington at...
6.00 P 11
Arrive at Charlotte at.
Lcve Charlotte at . . .
Arrivein Wilmington at
Leave Charlotte at .8.00 A M
Arrive at Buffalo at ....12M
Leave 11 uffal oat. 1230PM
Arrive in Charlotte at 4.30 P M
No Trains oh Sunday eccept one freight train
that loaves Wilmington at 6 p. M., instead of
on Saturday night. ,
Connect at Wilmington -with Wilmiaftoa &
Weldon, and Wilmington, Columbia & AnjrMU"
Railroad.--Scmi-weekly New York aud Tri
weekly Baltimore ami -weekly Philadelphia
Steamers, and the liiverjloats to Fayetterillf.
Connects at Charlotte with ita Wettcrn- Di
vision, North Carolina Kailroad, Charlotte i
Statesvite Railroad. Charlotte & Atlanta Air
Liue, and Charlotte, Columbia fc Augusta Rail--road.
TbU8 RUnnlvinfT tbo trli,.l Wntf Vnrthwmt
"and feouth Test with a short and cheap line tn
me ooaDoard and Europe.
Chief Engineer and Superintendent.
MayG. 1875. tf.
TIME TABLE WESTERN N. C. RAILROAD.
-To take effect Jnne 12d, 1877.
AnaivE. ! Leavx.
8 55 A. M.
9 45 "
10 35 44
11 07 "
it so '
1 9 Q4 A.M
11 07 "
111 27 "
Il2 18 P. M
12 20 P.M.
! 2 0o
! 2 50
Old Fort. ......
3 40 P. M,
4 30 " i
5 20 "I
TniS PAPER IS OX FILE WITH
STATIONS. Arrive. Leate !
Henry 6 00 A.M.
Old Foru..'. C 12A.M. 6 15
Marion 7 07 P " 710 "
Bridgewater... 7 52T " 7 55 "
Morgantpn. 8 22 " 8 23 "
Icard 9 05 J " 9 10 "
Hickory 9 50 u 9 52 "
Canova 10 20 " 10 23 "
Newton 4 10 35 " iu 37 "
Catawba 11 25 " Jl 35
Plotis 11 55 12 00 P. M.
StateRville..-. 12 32 P.M. 12 52 "
Third Creek- 1 40 " 1 45 "
Salisbury 20 "
Cheap Chattel Mortgages, j
and varios ctbor blanks for sal bJ