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lint, in tint Lrcat stm'ile
jlbr'wealtli among the fitmih- of jCivilied
5 iiutlloiitt the true streugth of oaf country
in U agricultnre. The Go4 of na
' tnro ha given ua hero ft monopoly with
which tlitt wholo earth may not compete.
v li.vl ulnninrr toward the jAtlantic
Floods in the .Mississippi
THURSDAY. ;MAKCH, 9, 1682.
Croat Uiatresai anil destraction of pro-
' and tho Golf 700,000 sqnate miles of sun- py prcyail8 along the Mississippi nrer
the levee are breaking in many piacc
BradstreetV 2iEy UDXEANS, Marcii .A special
Tlie Mississippi has can'ed its channel from Greenvnle, Miss., says the back
nut nf the allavinia of its bed; The banks water is sua rising anu spreauiug boh
vm rioti: nvfirflows. are from six inches to a foot hicner tiian
.xtvu. i'"-- - I .,j , -.
kised lauds better aaaptea coinegruui
' of cotton, lice, sufcar, and tobacco t&an
any other in Christendom ; vfhile for
wheat; and corn and all that feeds and
' snstains animal lif we have more than
I S,000,iXX) efjaare miles of . fair, fat plains,
i and rolling prairie such as nowhere else
iiTjritiiT nr tins nianet emergen
. . ; . i
higherthan the lands in x rear wnica
slope backward to, the footbills; many
and cries for lieip are coming up frem the hniles distant. Throoghout its wnoie
distressed. . lengiu, iron. uo ,v-..
: ; j ii t ,; j 5 I gulf, the .river; is forever swanowmg its
o niu lmft informed the i,ant and bearinff downward vast quan-
m ; , .. ... .' ... ..i J!j s..i Utiair nfnnvii frnm Mia nrnrflnwMl nlanLitionit
P.i1iiit that bei will fior, accept uie i titiea-.-ox f maienai ownw,- ..v.. , oT- r
Aoriate Josticeship of -Iie 1 Supreme I demolition.
any overflow since thef cenntry waa first
settled. There will be very little land
above water from the river frent places
to the Yazoo river. Greenville is Secure
from any possible overflow, though the
low points were at one time, threatened.
The bed is therefore Tiot I are congregating here and our resources
from tl primeval seas for the Happiness Assoc,a, - " I j - rr hnt ,a con. to f Jed and Bhelter hem will be severely
tt . : ii.;,. w.amrv r n t i l ri m j - m Tirrr f vorv unn liiuumuu ti i v iii iim iicluiu iu w w w i 4 - w
tt oar race, juere i uiib "r.V rfc " " -"V " . I ' - - . i J c
is a new Egypt, watered by a new isiie, . wag Qat of the way now ' they mutt gtantly filliPg up from annual accreuoua, uucu. . u i4 ..o ttiiuto
""I. . . fn. I'AHia f t'ftr- AirhAnrrn rna frnii is Liia num. 10- i Lvuiuiuuivaiut nuu vu vvi uuvwv.
magnified a hundred ifoJU m extent, aim .omet'hinff 'else for Eossie.
ciorificd stilhmore by tne spieuuor bdu i 7' uCJnu.
hapsheweuldpeChesUr place-l.yt ceptacle of an enormous J
ofeivilition. Seven-eighths of our for- . 1 !. - more is received than is ejected. Unless tba some
-gn! trade it already urnishes, u. nnvMW)r J tho state has had a the rainfall shall diminish it is evident re.;
r . .
f rniMon and inouginwi
f discouragement inflicted upon lit by a I conference with Ins Council,
k 1 1 1 Lt uiiu nvi uom - n t .'ill a L niiuuuu ...wm -
jind overcrpwded,popnlations beyond the J of th6 state on the subject' of .con ve-
eas lioiu one uieir nanus to oursio a Tj.?.laf- l n eitra .-..ion for
plenty as though Uiey were mueeu an-i -o , ..
-1.1. AmwI mi ti.fi vmv com of! Heaven. I the purpose of providing the, full repre-
tVIO .ww t . I " - ; - ( - . .
At . .ri. l : . . t .1 tt..'ct.u r. Pa
All Mils wcoiui, caiuiuiu 01 juutuuuo gCD
itation of the State in Congress in ac- the operations of
since, although the! gulf is the fanal re
anu our ooara 01 snpejrvisors uas asKea
. .I . 4. A? 1. .
government raiions ue Beni
Need immediate. The Sheriff
that, in the absence of modifying causes, of Uolivar county has lodged his prison
w5ii rrtr Wume more intrac- oners here. Ho reperts very few plauta-
table. Hitherto, with the exception of tions in his county with even a strip of
the levees which,! unaided, all exper- land above water consequently the loss
ience baa shown to be a futile defense of stoek there will be almost total. The
mn have . snnnlsmen I levees are thrpngea witb - negroes and
Tho receipts of cottou at this port np I jtsELDOAI EQUAL
to -date, for the present crop year,
npj 123,004 bales, as against 1035 bales
for the corresponding period last - year,
showing an increase of 16,772 bales up to
date in favof of the present crop year.
Wit. Star. ;
A meeting of
has been tst for
fmentj tsd the activtiestef-nature against him- tockos;'cdnjB
lfl: The destraction of forests and the
cultivation of the soil have robbed the
banks of their natural protection and in-
.rattMl ' the hfrhtef freshets and the
cannon, is striving to reach the- marKetsi nrAAnct trith f the
of the world, but is stopped by-a JN.ew i- .. m f .fiftn j
England cotton-mill filled with Canadian -r- ; 'iT ,
h,n lahnr. or a PeMsvlvahraoren-fur-l the Governor's Council ha
...... ' " . T, I .. - . . . . . :. l.f.l. A.! I M.V. .
nace. and told tnac a noroe marite- is aw-1 the I7tn instant, a. wuicu wme
Ami fiiunt anu luhl lunii uixuuuu iw vuv 1 Ar f svfM tciinn viu m aennueif
nly avenne opened up whereby agricul- . An extra session will probably transportation of alluvium by expeditiag
tare may be saved ! True statesmanship c" K . their passage into the river. The levees,
so far as they go, guard against ordinary
J., 1 j. slhiffh water, but events have demonstra-
lt wouia graiuy some oi uiairicuw-tii . , - ; . tn
- . -' i . . . .. I toil onM TMsnnitiir ' Troves.
o i T-.i nliin thalul ..h - :
reasons which induced him ito vote for
says obey tho laws of political Jeconomy,
and those laws point out as plainly as an
angel of light that our policy is to en
courage, protect and fester nir strong
man. the real wealth-civer. the! tiller of
the soil. .This would soon put us ahead
that . the
ble. As its extent becomes known this
calamity begins to appall. A tax saf&
cient to rebuild the levees above would
be almost insupportable, bat that is only
an item. Many laborers have lost their
stock and movables and are in a panic J
strjcken and ; demoralized condition.
Could transportation be secured there
would be an exodus from here to the
ik ADD! SOW'S
COMPLETE a M;
TOBACCO, CORN AND COTTON.
No fertilizer ever introduced has undergone severer tests, or come eat of them wits a fetter
record, than the i . .,-; !: ' ' , . - . : t. . r- 7 -.
"STAR BRAKD GOtuPLETE fuAUURE
it. v.. s n.A 4 virtrinU tnA 1873. and durins that time has been applied to sill
of soil nnder ever variety of peason. Evidence that it has given general and great sttufkfi
tion is found in the1 fact that since its introduction over,20,0Q0jIUJ!S nave bfen soWM.
Bhodss BROWNE, Prest. , Wx. C. CO AST, Secr;
A Hoyue CSmpany,Seeking
Home Patronage. '
Strone, Prompt, BeliaWe, Lileral!
Term policies written on Dwellings.
Premiums payable One-half cash and bal
ance in twelve months.
J. ALLEN BROWN, Afrt:,
21:6m Salisbury, N. C.
irginia and North Carolina, who have used it froiri one tb eight rears allcoingts
8h it as a fact that, all things considered, it is Equal to any ana Surpassed by noe.
Mississippi cannot be controlled' by them hills; ' The despondency of the planters
during great floods. United and, cohe
rent action will-be necessary, for the en
tire length of the river. The remedies t
be applied are those in harmony with
of all the woild ; andJas they ;were re- J placing Gen. Grant on the "retired list,
quired, the arts would nourish in the with a salaryof$ 12,000 a jear. Surely,
iraiu Ol iuis priest ui naium. xur mc i i . .: . . . .'j .a
: ! .t... I General Grant is not in need, and ne
water power is iuudciuj, iu raw i.iauieiiai - :4 . i
IS in our miusE, tiie.su riaco oi uio raiw . ia-r. nf hvrtratilie enTineerinff
j. w;n. L,f. onH it w,tm fJ ,nraA h',m Thr I the known laws oi nyurauiio en.meenut,
full of metals nd coal : and these, under I j ... ;n lnml and I The
acainst all the world, or confess at once should have made this needless donation
that American manhood is inferior. But to Ulysees, to be speat in corrupting the
instead of tins, the strong man of our b llot box and playing big Sam in the
weaiui is weigiueu uowu uy a uu u . k.i...i
.rv itm f hi. PTiatm, nnd rrv im- face ot an over burdened people.
v v. " y -'
ploment of his industry a tax as unwise
11 . a. J ll . 1 Z A f il
a. uiBno.ie86-iu, ui? utueui ui iUUW Bakkbupt-Law. Congress can't rest
nuvf av mil vuuuuv viuu invuunu .
v--ii n,- .,,.i i tk without Dassintr a new bankrupt Law. It
asks no protection in the shape of tariffs ; is not a measure called for by: the people.
and merchants is deepening. At first
this blow was regarded as a disaster in
volving losses and hard times, but now it
is assuming graver, and greater propor
tions. The most thoughtful as well as
banks must" be protected against the riiost sanguine look upon it as a dis-
attack.both to prevent further additions aster! greater than has ever befallen the
to the already gorged river bed and to bottom country. It will almost destroy
maintain it in a j fixed position. The the feeling of security with which our lo-
channel must be deepened by the aid of cal capacity to hold the levee was be-
the hydraulic energies of the 6tream coming regarded. Upon thfs reliance was
itself. The velocity with which". water based the railroad and other movements
can flow depends upon its depth, and of capital toward the Yazoo Delta, and if
t.h a Rmnnth aad I harmless tiassaire of it coes all the possible prosperity of this
each. Also, tract on Broad River known, as
the ".Nichols Gold Vein Mine." -
lAddress W. J. MERRITT A CO.,
21:1m P. O. Box 3668, New York City.
he simply asks not to be taxed to death
for the benefit of others. He wants to be
protected against protection.
i Protection, so called, a tax imposed on
nine menr for the sole benefit ot one,
checks the natural growth and strength
of the country.
I It is unnatural and unfree, in that it
fetters the course of trade, denies the peo
ple a choice of markets and the benefits
f competition ; and a man not free to
deal with his goodsjs no more a free raai
than if denied the free use of his body
Jt is nnjust and unconstitutional, in
that it taxes the many for the riches of
the few, which is a private and not a
1 1 it is.commerciai slavery, lor it gives
one man's earnings without consideration
to another man j and is therefore dishon
It is repugnant to frjfeo institutions and
undemocratic, insomuch as it tends to
There is not a community in the entire
South we do not believe there is one in
the United States demanding a new
bankrupt law. It is not proposed as a
matter in the interest of the "greatest
number,' but wholly in the interest of
the debtor class, whom it virtually in
vites to speculate venture make mon
ey if you can- but if you fail.; your cred
itors will find you nnder a government
shield. It will increase the busin6ss of
of the Courts and provide fees for those
who live by them. It is a curse to the
people to the country, rand only bene
fits a few, and they unprofitable members
of the community. Wonder of members
of Congress are; not . thinking more of
themselves, and their prospective wel
fare, in getting up this law than they are
of their constituents. It is not much bet-
concentrate -wealth in the hands of the
few and establish a privileged chassenjoy- J ter than, the "back salary grab
ug .iiuiuuuiues uenieu 10 omers, ana 10
gradually sap the foundations of vvlt re
publican equality and simplicity.
j It is illegal : it wars against the well
Li.ll IV a ....
estaousueu jaws ot political economy.
which are applicable alike to the dealings
of the inhabitants oi the couutry hamlet
y Hoxestt AND ! Dishonestt. We. find
in one of the papers on our table' two
rather notable incidents which go to show
that the common people who throng a
and the great family of nations, and are I city pavfement, (nd as for that matter
as much God's law as is the law, of gravi- Uny othir private walk of life), are more Man v
floods can only be effected by means of a
deep and uniform channel. The rebuild
ing of the levees will be ia the end an
indispensable subject, the same regard
for this purpose being relatively small.
Many years must elapse and much money
bo spent before the completion of the
necessary work, but the interests at
stake are two valuable to be abandoned,
and in the end will make ample compen
sation for their cost if, the roeaus em
ployed shall be wisely applied.
Feeding the Starving Flood
Washington, March 6. Gen. Sheri
dan has appointed Captains Lee, Ninth
infantry, Benham, Seventh injfontry,
Land, Ninth cavalry, and Page", Third
infantry, to visit the flooded regions of
the South where relief- is being distribu
ted and report to Commissioner Beck
upon the condition and needs of the peo
ple. These officers are instructed to. re
port promptly by telegraph.
Postmaster Pearce, at Vicksburg, tele
graphs the War Department that the
levee is broken jail along the river froHt.
section goes with it. Your correspondent
docs: not believe that confidence or hope
cau be restored without national help to
rebuild the levees.
New York" Stock Mauket. New
York, March 7-The stock market open
ed irreguiar, the most important feature
being a decline from yesterday's closing
prices of 5 per cent, for Richmond and
Danville, li for Indiana, Blooming ton
andj Western, 1-per cent, for Cincinnati,
Sandusky and Cleveland, and an advance
of 2 per cent, in Nashville and Chattanoe
ga, and i per cent, in Jersey Central. In
the early dealings a decline ot txz per
cent, was recorded, in which Louisville
and Nashville, Denver and Rio Grande,
Kansas and Texas, Handibal and St. Jo
seph, : preferred, Missouri, Pacific and
jrit were tne moss conspicuous. At n
o'clock there was a strong recovery of
to i per cent, the latter for Denver and
Rio Grande. Richmond and Dauville is
now quoted at;130 bid. -
The Wtaston Rf publican says : It Is somewhat a-
musiDtr to note tne numDer or correspondents, all
from the Western portion of the State, writing of
late In the "National Republican." the Administra
tion paper at w asnington, commending tne so-called
Independent Movement In this State, and prom
ising great resurts to tne Kenuoucan party tnere-
from. We venture the assertion thai the Paesident
Itotf tiw.'dt.ud Wbi-rf.J I0lf!,fl';,fot telejirapLa Oat tl peopl. of Pulaski 'S'SSSS.
traction, and rapes the multiplication ta- party purposes, j The first incident illnsr county, 111., are appealing for aid, having in the Democratic party are no greater than the dis-
Dle. ; . trjifint, Hii.trntli. ia tt.nl: a l?afinl,l,V 1,v ir,-flrtr from ssuwvns in our own ranss. u inaepennentism
A tariff for revenue can be riffhtfnllv K..nL,t.n i."vr v I m... -il :n . .
rnir,v ti.s. m TZi-:: Tt.Yn sum of 8400,000 was sent to Dorsey while The Department also ordered five
w..v ..uio. m. win -wimuii' LU um iu I III I
framing such a tariff. Such protection I " was managing the campaign in 1880, 1 thousand additional rations to points in
as this would afford to all the industries but onlr $55,O0Q can be accounted for, Southeast Missouri to bo named by Gov
of the country thev are fairlv entitled to I. i.J .-U vV
have. Let them learn to be therewith
ntcnt, and to know that "whatsoever
means anytlilng.lt is that this army shall Ignore Its
oia leaaers-setoe. Keed, uynam, smith, ll olden
Keogh. and Wheeler, and follow whom? Oen.Clln&r-
man. Gen. Leach, CoL Jt)hnsUtn. Charles Price et id
omnr genu, old broken down, antiquated, sore-headed,
disappointed offlce-sccking Democrats. In other
words disband, . We are damned if we do it.
I is more thar this cometh of evil " ' '
I Free land, free, labor; free competition,
; and tree ships wherewith to seek . free
markets, are the great economic truths of
modern intelligence, without which the
people are not free, and without which
prosperity cannot be complete.
liockwall County, Texas.
There iserbaps, no on single county
and they want to know what became of I Critteudou.
the balance, tho handsome sum of $345,
000. The other; incident : a neerro bov
was carrying' a bag along Wall street, the
other day, containing . $5,000 and let it
fall, bursting tho bag,-the golden pieces
rolling! in all directions. A crowd soon
collected and helped the boy gather np
his treasure,! and when it come to be 1our -readers
counted out at the bank, he had not lost I ras
Death- of Judge French.
Wilmington Review, 6th,
It is again oar! sad province to chroni
cle the death of a very prominent citizen
ef Wilmington.! Judge French, who, as The Virginia Legislature. Rich
mond, March 7. The regular session o:
the General Assembly came to a close to-
A Republican correspondent of the N
' nw . m A. a- a.
i . i imtB says, the sum ot $4UU,uuu was
sent to Jjorsey wnuo lie was managing
the campaign in 1830, but only $55,000
can be accounted for, and they want to
know what became of tho balance.
,are aware, has for many
lain, afflicted on his'bed,
'P A .Ll.:V : a' r Mia1 t O rvlr in-Aav Tli alirulr ' im I nifrlit o n rl in'nfli linnA 1ia nr(ulami
jciwiu wuicu we argue: it is saier I """ W.U"J' r -r . i-
of the West, in which more people from to trtt4t H Pr8t impnls of an nn n? 80 J9 a lSht have been nndection t the worernor, convening the Uen
therefore, is likely to interest & larr mir.
n county have settled than the know4 crowd tlian to put confidence in th circumstances, for the reason thathjs eral Assembln extra session, at noon
. Any inewsfrom that localitv neaking, scheming party i agent who Jong beea. exacted; and it is to-day, was ead. "
nas time te studv low to act thm mvj. I mm. ojodq question s Hanpv release
I of friends here, readers of this paper j
'and for this reason ; we copy parts ef a
letter just to hand from Mr. J. II. Klutts,
i lotuicr citizen oi itewau. lie savs: -
Then is a Dsrsey typo in North Garoli-
na, if reports be true.
Onr present County government is one
"there are about 150 Rowan nonnU 1 eat ti. Li.:u . r Li: i :
and about 7o of other counties of North I .tr ry ' n , . .
i Carolina living hr. : ti, "St .lii10" about "ees, its workings and feels its
i mL. i r. a-m am niiorirr m -k at
Clerk omwltfre froto AesT
ty,N. C. -Among tlie, private, citizens
Ave have G.V. Bost, Geo. Barringer, Jno:
Ai Canup; D7 C. Caunn. fliui'virrM.;
H OaUs VopdSon; W;D. Barringer; WJll'
t ClarkB6n.W.;M;Rusall It aitt
m ' vr i t -41 isuiVf
C - Kale, C. Klutu, M. Kluttz, ILL. Butner,
1 1 Geo. A. Fink, B. C. Jones, Jno. C. Cou-
uuu:m uson ana James Wilson, all
of Rowan county, N. C, besides many
others, i From other porfipns of the Old
North Stole, we have M. S. Austin, sher-
fiJ W;Sa",nSer c?e J Wm. Triplet,
Alex. Walls, Clarence Austin and Walter
Austin. In Kaufman county, adjoining
?vv6i,,,aiVet' aace kfuo., .
wialIac6ACS;' ' Simmons, Geo
Woodson, A4-R. Shepard Alex?Sides, Geo.
Barnhart, Mrs. Fannie Eller: Edward
Shepard, B.W . Shepard, Robo
Xem. Josey, and R. M. Peeler. At Den
tonrL V Brown, Dan'l Hill, j y HiU
and other's many others all around in
j every direction more than I can name.
. e nave ti.o "Dry Law" in thiscoun.
ty and our jail has been almost' emptv
Jor the Mast two years. Can vnn
that much for old Rowan t j No, my
friend, we are under whisky rule vet! nnfi
1 our jail is now fall to overflowing
ji li, " tvfiHi Um I II v iiavc UUIV WO Of ITPnsg
i i ft i in this township There were only four
J : '. J - votes cast for the Republican candidates
hi .r. ttlA Alt e Armn All t h A KTnV'r
linians living here are doing well, so far
Vs 1 fcnow, and. are well satisfied with
their homes:- I J ;
"We have had some cases of small pox
in the cdahtr, but 'all proner care has
teen taken to prevent its spread, and it
causes no needless alarm.77
Art inn. . Tlnaa it
7 &r-?"4 ' -lOctobet.1865. when he was removed bv
It VIOiatA 1.11 liirhfi nFanv nnf ' Ttv.. I 1 " - r - -. r - -
. : " J "Ut. i.iJ-k. . ii z.:
tLZ ii. m "'.'-. I luauuuio 1110 iiiuuai v uuvuuniics.
nit jh us purpose oi promoting tne pun-1 vt in,Trfi Vn t?k a
Jr .?Pf 7 Wilmington, where he associated himself
t might be better In some respects. Can : yzi'' : -- T-
r-eLACK-DRAUGHT" cures costivencss
from pain, however mueh his . departure
may ne mournea py tooso wno iovea ana
honored him here. .
In I860 Judge French was appointed by
Gov; Ellis a judjge of the Superior Court j
iu muiiu vtaiuiiua, wuicu uiitiuii 110 lin
ed most worthily and satisfactorily until
Another 1 Cotton Factory. Mont
gemery. Ala, Marcn 7. wont was
started by Adam's cotton factory yester
day afternoon. This is the first cotton
factory venturo in the city, aud caused
great enthusiasm. The capacity of the
mill will be about 1,500 bales of cotton
La a . 1 .1 T 1-11 mri. AArtlhn.lfla ,
in this market aione; snu miw io .eucja miuvw
f 5,000 Farmers and Plantert
We offer it willi great confidence for use on the TOBACCO, COTTON, sod CORNcrsp,
to be planted in 1882. with the assurance that it is in an rwpecui ,uy equa o whsnt kst
been in the past. Knowing the maienais wnicu enter in w 1"vurw:iUui "uu nsBHinm
i ins h under our personal superTision, we Guarantee the StaiiaaTd. ' i i
t. v U.'ik.'iim or ill connected with this Guano to produce the best possible fertile
a. t mvmit vbvu - . - - - '
at the lowest possible cost, and claim that our extended, experience and unnaosl resonrcti sb
facilities have ens
uer with wmcn
nblecost, and claim that our exienaea fsnyvrixuKv uu unuaaii resonrcti f f
shied as to approadi this more nearly than has been.done in sny othtr tttii
re are acquainted. Those who have been using it unite in the opinion aW I
By its Use the Consumer Gets the Greatest Benefit from the Smallest Outlay,
An ordinary apptlcstion of this Goano Will cause ah increase of 100 to 200 per cent, innatt
especially adapted to
All the title of representatives of H. Laver- its use nromotes fcrowth, prevents the attacks of the "fly," and makes healthy, stocky phut,
with thick leaves and an aounaance oi roois, wuicu wear mvuiauuiis muvu ututr loan inost
raised with Peruvian Gnano. . .-r
' . .. I - Manufacturers, Richmond, V. liv
r...i.w; T AT.T.F.K T5ROWN. Salisburv : R.M. ROSEB0R0, Rowan Mills: CP.
' . . . ! A. :S.t T: Mi nJ rvf V P...1 O
C; upon Broad River and elsewhere, compris- LOWE, Lexington, andy ems au ynporu, a u 'V?'" 7.1?
ing 12 or more entries and patents, of 640 acres I uarouns, ana ueonjia, prww - -----
ty, deceased, derived under assignment of Os
car Willis aud Kemp r. Willis, to the follow
Tract of land upon the Craekford, lorK
District, South Carolina, known as "Brown's
Mills." Also, several tracts in Burke Co.,N.
grade fertilizer. We solicit your confidence and patronage.
A SUCCESS AT JL AST,
North Carolina Railroad.
! CONDENSED SCHEDULE.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Date, Feb. 19, 1882. No. 51, No. 53,
j : Daily. j Daily.
Leave Charlotte 3.55 a.m. 6.50 p. m.
M Salisbury 5.51 " 8.61 "
M High Point.. J 7.20 " 10.44 V
Ar. Greensboro.... 8.00 u 11.20 "
Leave G reensboro . 8.25 "
Arr. Hillsboro 11.04 "
'1 Durham 1148 u
Raleigh 1.15 p.m
Lvj 1.40 "
So. 17 Daily except Saturday,
Leave Greensboro o.uu p. m.
Arrive at Raleigh 3.04 a. m.
Arrive at Goldsboro 8.00 "
Ko. 51 Connects at Greensboro with R. &
D. R. R. for all points North, Eat and West,
vial Danville. At Goldsboro with W. & W.
R. R. for Wilmington.
No. 53 Connects at Salisbury with W. N.
C, It. R. for all points in Western N.Carolina;
,.i . 1. "r p "r-v T t. r .11
aaiiy ai ureensooro wiin i. a u. xv. a. ior an
points North, Last and W est.
I TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, Feb. 19, 1882.
Arrive Raleigh ....
Leave " j ....
Arrive Durham ....
Arrive HigH Piont.
lU.zu a. m-
12.46 p ra
INVENTED AND PATENTER BY
T. J. MERONEY, SALISBURY, N. C.
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THIS MACHINE is a plain wooden tank lined with copper or galvanized iron,
with perforated pipes in the bottom for the admission of steam, with corrugated Roler,1
made of same mettle, and of sufficient weight. This Roler gathers the air while iaas-j
ing back and forth over the cloths, forcing air and water through the fabric. At same
time the steam is thrown up through the perforated pipes underneath from the bottom p
of the tank. There are wooden strips between the pipes so as to protect them and form"
a smooth bottom in the tank. .1 I j' .
The process is simple : any one can operate the machine. First, soap the cloths' ssd
distribute them evenly about four or five inches thick in the tank. Turn on enoughrwa-:
ter to cover them turn on steam, and mover the Roler back and fbrth until the water
is colored. Turn the valve and let the water pass off. Add fresh water, and: repcat'thi
three or four times, and you find the clothes are thorousrhlv washed without the slight-1'
est injury, for there is no rubbing process employed, the Roler; having rounded edges so'
as to prevent any wear or cutting. A lace handkerchief can be washed as well as abtd
quilt. .f2PThis Machine is in operation at Meroney & Bros. Machine Shop, where they
will be manufactured at as small a cost as possible.- Any one having a steam bouer.in
operation can use one of my machines at small cost and with satisfactory results. : One
person can do they work ot ten wash-women in one day and do the work, better.
$fIt is a splendid thing for boiling grain and vegetables for' stock,
EagTTt is also a good wool-washer. -3FState
and County rights for sale by the Inventor. ' 19:tf
No.l8, Daily ek.Sunday-Lv. Goldsb'o 2.50 pm
Ar. italeigh V.iu pm
A r. Greensboro 2.20 pm
No. 50 Connects at Charlotte with A. & C,
AirjLine for all points in the South and South
west, and with C. C. & A. R. R. for all points
South and Southeast.
Nk. 52 Connects at Charlotte with A. &C.
Air Line for all points 6outh and Southwest;
at Charlotte with C. C. & A. R. R. with all
points South and Southeast.
in every town in the State.
N. W.N. C RAILROAD.
I - No. 52
Goiso West. -No. 50 Daily,
i Daily. ex. Sunday.
Lv. Greensboro 9 20 pm 830am
Ar. Kemeraville 10 36 " 9 41 w
" . Salem 1 1120 " 1015 "
! No. 51.
Goiko West. Daily. No. 53.
I ex. Sun. Daily.
Leave Salem I 515am 6 00 p m
Ar. Kerne rsville 5 60 " 6 49 " -"
j Greensboro 7 00 " 8 00
STATE UNIVERSITY RAILROAD.
Daily ex. Sun.
Leave Chapel Hill
7 ,30 a m
8 20 a m
10 15 a ra
Daily ex. Sun.
! 41.. n.li.. f t. UI. T. I i T:. .1
the raler tvint nnf knar if. MnlH K. m. I . . i
tA"m.:A -a.- :.:.u. !.u u,MV,,ou ucuLum u uugo orbon uerore Kno wu.
w to" ww jwu lli K1U ; IUCT MI1J-U
Forty-three v thousand people in the
MississippiHalleytn Arkansas, Tennes
see and Mississippi are reported to have
been rendetexl ilestitute by the flooding
higher than ever
and ever since .fudge French has contin
ued the practice alone.
make it worse than it is. . Would it not
therefore, be better to let it alone until
the voice of the.people demand a change! I ' f '
Whenever inrtMn rn,hl. VJUICK worb;. in yesterday's paperan
thev Are ant to'.nAnL- nt fnr account .was given of the pursuit and cap
"T - ST j X'J5 -mr-mm-m -mmmm-mm wmb vm uw
" 4 " 1
removal of tho jevil. They ;don't wait for
office-seekers and spoils men to raise Jthe
cry,they raise it themgelvea. They are
making no complaint about the County
government, and.it is therefore reasona
ble to, suppose that they j are satisfied
jith it. If it were a subject they did not
understand, their silence would be excu
sable ; but understanding it as well as
they do, silence.must be construed as
an appoval of it. Those f who seek to
raise a storm to waft themj into position
should, and! probably will be, defeated.
The wind may blow harder than they ex
pected, and land' them where it may . not
be pleasant to stayi( It is not safe to pre?
summon the ignorance of the people, and
especially the people of this section of
ture of a negro man named Eury, charged
with stealing a watch. The man's name
was Hughes, instead of Eury, and fester
day morning the Mayor sent him up to
the Superior' court to stand- trial. The
grand jury-waa in session, a true bilj was
promptly returned, and before Hnghes
had time to become acquainted with his
jail surroundings he . was (taken out and
placed upon trial, convicted and sentenc
ed to the", penitentiary- for- four years.
This is about the speediest visitation of
justice upon an offender that we remem-
Rev: T. page Ricaud, pastor of the
Fifth Street.M. E. Church, received an
otlier "pounding" at the hands of his con
gregation and others on Friday night last.
Wil. Star, v
Leave Raleigh .
Arrive Chapel Hill
6 15 p m
Pullman Sleeping Cars without Chancre
Ob Train No. 50, New York and Atlanta via.
Washington & Danville, and between Greens
boro and Charleston.
On Train No. 52, Richmond and Charlotte
Washington and Charlotte via Danville.
SyThrougb Tickets on sale at Greensboro,
Raleigh, Goldsboro,; Salisbury and Charlotte,
andj at all principal points South, Southwest,
West, North snd East. For Emigrants rates to
Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas and the Southwest,
address A- POrE,
Gen. Passenget Agt.
21:ly Richmond, Va.
UAaUttraUaKD- BY! THE PACIFIC GUAHO COMPANY.
THE LEADING COTfTON FERTILIZER.
Li , 1 ne;otaest ana most reliable brand sold, and of the highest grade the commercial
ber as ever havinc occurred in the conntv. verai aouars nigner man nineteen-twentieths of the fertilizers in North
.... ' - I Carolina. io iertiuzer nas eiven crreater satisfaction nn Mnpnl rnnil mi .11 v;n. a
1 the "Pacific'. For the last sixteen vears it has been anlrl in 'Rowan nnrl aA.
It is ofiered you again thi year at same prices asked for the inferior
case for the sheriff. Char. Observer,
We like that news from New York
j xiicT uave goi a neau 01 uieir I n,tjr vcuuhuju wuuu uuvs
own and it takes something as powerful C0 Democratic, and the Democrats
as truth, and as clear as the sun to con-1 elect a Senator to . the' seat, made vacant
At Theo. F. Kluttz'x.
vince" or lead them against the con vie-
tions, ot personal knowledge and daily I
by the death of Wagner. Let us have a
few more of the same sort. Xeics-Obser-
! THE GOHPOUnD AGID PHOSPHATE,
j (Manufactured by Pacific Guano Company.)
. IS of the highest grade and for COMPOSTTNG it ha a nn Rnnprinr mnA in mosa
have not-enough time for making up composi heap, it can be done in the drill after pre-
i m"o j b. . uu iu us, fcuiticu, uuui planting umo. .
! - 9Wf r JJ AXiIiEN BROWN, Agent,
I lt OniceS front room over Crawford's Hardware.
J. R. KEEN & GO.
SALISBURY, fl. C.f
For the Sale of Encrines and Boilers of all" sizes
3 stiles NEW and SECOND HAND, j Also- f
Saw Mills and Machinery generally. J j
tfCorresnondcnce solicited. Sub-Acrents wanted
18tf fMention where you saw this notice.
AHEAD AGAIN AS USUAL!
Reports from all sections of North and South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama
. - . sustain our claim that the
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.'S MANIPULATED GUANO
Is the BEST and Most Reliable and CHEAPEST Fertilizer in use, and that the
WILCOX, GIBBS & COi'S SUPERPPOSPHATE, ;
which we put out for the first time last season, has proved unexcelled by aiy Atii
Phosphate on the Market. ; 1
xv is noi necessary ior us 10 say anyining aDont ines xeniuzers, as tne re pons w
might be obtained from our agents, or ourselves, cbver Jthe whole subject, and will
ply repay perusal. We will have a moderate supply of each, which can be obtainea
from our Agents, payable in Cotton next Falu If there is no Agent at your liaiiroa
Depot, get your merchant to order it. 1 V j r.
WICOX,. GIBBS & CO.,
16:2m v Savannah, Ga.,& Charleston, IS. C.
ETTBB STIJL1L I
(LUTTfZ h BEKBLIMW
AND ARE SELLING THEM VERYj VERY CHEAP AND AT
Our Dry Goods, Notion and Clothing Departments have all been supplied i
, last week or, two; and we offer them very lew. - 'j
New Stock of "Shirts and Underware: r
NEW LOT OP TiTTRTVET?S RHOP.a A"NT1 TJnnTQ fft nifRAP AR ANY 1
MARKET AND A LARGE ASSORTNENT. ! H
We mean to feed you with the
Best Flour, Heats, Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Syrups, . j : i
. j ; : Prunes, Tcmatoes, Potatoes,' & "
That are to be had. Ve have asFine Flour as is made in the United ie.. j
; Hp Full stock of Corn, Meal, Shorts and Bran.
Kew Supply of Glass and Table Wnro
n ' . . .... . -' .. 1 nwnm ana
oee us ocicre you ouy, as we have a thousand things not mentioneu. - j
W. W. TAYLOR, II. F. ATKINS, ) f ; t
E. F. TATUM, Salesmen; . f 1 January 11 tb, 1882. ji ;