1 1 -. -
:i . f
A cottonUxnl il mill will be erected
at Camden Ark., tluiiug the summer.
I Tliftlnachincty fur the uew. palmetto
pulp factory at Fernandina, Flu., has
been put in position for cany use.
A company to manufacture glucose in
Florida ha been formed in Philadelphia
which proposes to nso f 'cassava." It :i
aid this plant will yield 20,000 jwunds
of glucose o the acre.
Vr. H. jjlenn, the great wheat raiser
California, (a Virginian, by the way,)
finds it necessary at certain seasons to
employ forty mounted riflemen at a cost
of f 10,uw to Keep
Wue:tf fields. ' . "
wild-gceso off his
SHfflGLES & TOBACCO I0XS. .
Orders tor Xumter. jrreen or kiln-dried, SMugles
and Tplcco Boxes, fliW on abort notice. -
Also, tor sale, 1 Hall Gin with sell-feeder and con
denser, and l centennial "LS8lbLrk
t :.rr S. J. TATUM.& CO
ftixa-pd. Jerusalem, X. C.
Blactilerani HeMerson, v
Attorneys, Counselors u
SALISBURY, N. C.
atway2S!;i879-Ttt.- ? v '
SALE OF LAND !
By Tirtue j
- - i
of a decree of -the Superior
Fjinrt. of Tin wan countv. in the case of W m
- I , Barrage and; others ex parte, I will sell on
1 I -fthe 3rd day sof July, next, at the
j : COURT HOUSE DOOR" IN SALISBURY,
V S . Twenty-five Llcres of land, lying and being
I in Morgan's Township, adjoining the lands
I of Edward Burrage, D. C. Reid, John Bur
: rage and others, on the Bringle Ferry road
I near Buchanan's store. , -
TERMS one-third cash, one-third in six
months and balance in twelve months note
and good- security on deferred payments
with interest from day of sale.
L H. CLEMENT, Com'r
! May 30, 1882. 33:1J?
L Subscribe for Carolina Watchman
' only $1.50 pr year in advance.
Administrator's Sale !
OnFriday the 2ud day of June, next, at
the late resi deuce of Daniel Beaver, I will"
sell at public auction the personal property
belonging to his estate; consisting ot ono
mule, three head of cattle, 4 sheep, 2 hogs,
a lot of bee hives, a waron and farming
tools of all kinds, one buggy and harness, !
, a set of blacksmith tools, hay and straw,
. household and kitchen furniture of all kinds,
and manv other things not named.
- tSTTJHiMS of sale Cash.
I , i "
3fOTICE.4-A II persons indebted to the
estate of Daniel. Beaver, dee'd are requested j
to make early settlement, and all persons1
. having claims against the estate are no titl
ed that they uinst present thenfto me on
or before the 10th day of May, 1883, or this
notice will be plead in bar of their re
covery. J. V. PETCIIEL, Adm'r of
May 9th, 18S2. Dan'l Beaver.
A.Arrr Nae4 Boailivclr ffeelie
H-.iit hr for tSe peed &d imuut
tw. ci Seminal BmunaM rn-i Tmpoteney bjr the nhr
mm m, n... Pn ).ytuu. . i lu p napM tw m im uimmm. imm
I. all ! 1j r - -'-'- mn i iMmM,iM m mm
ilk tmir f-ifulu
Thi. Wfttml IMUMM hM
1 1 ii - -'- rl" L' IT-i iioin. nnll.ee
MKMt Itet K mM rir Mft ftimtmtm. H h) mm-
ei4iwkiam( ikmmf ermtaat tmkk "Tk. iT b)
p. imWi fi WM 1 him
'WhthntlwahnlMiln, lull lll.l I
w Ik. MM wkwimt imm lk k. rW M iim Mirti.
HARRIS REMEDY CO. IIF'B CHrt
Market and Wta f trcet. tT. LQF1. MO.
fialNTLEMKN't 1 have need la. Haktxk'8
jtwmty-fiTe rears in tneUlclne, bare never
IttOH Tonic dues. In to any case of Aerroos
novenxhed condition or tne oiooa, this peeness 1
iv? bamed some of our most eminent phytlciana, hare yielded to this great and lncompar
. I nrescrlhet ia preference to any Iron preparation Bade. In fact, aach a coniroas4
rma'a laox Tojuc & a neeeasltT In my practice. P. EOBEBT SAMUELSir
' able reniedv,
St. Locts. Mo..
- itglw-M tltrta lh Mood,'
- . tuUunzIhralthfulUmmto
the diyrrtir organs and
1 nti'van arrtem. naki na
- it mpvllruhUt to General
tit. rntatratUn of Vital
MANUFACTURED BY THE DR. HARTERM
S Bectett MaDO-reli's Ensflaesand BoKersand vu
s Oelw Separators an 1 Horee PoweraT
torCc?y ST 8 Swlky l0 walWns CulUva
7 Harke Dixie Tlows.
buckeye and Charnploa Mowers and Reapers.
r-All pewons Indebted to rae must come forward
. . " r - --
i , ? 'JT on&Bte atUieIolloWulowprtcea:
f.. - . ;.:..)' . .--,:,: : .;:...,.'. Uv"-- '
$lf l P 5
1 t:iy r - - -- - i-
VALUABLE HILL PROPERTY
Wc, the executors of the WiH of Moses
Barrier, dee'd, will sell at public auction,
on Thursday the Srd-day of August iiext,
at the late residence of the deceased, in No.
0 Township, Cabarrus county, the following
property, viz : The MERCHANT MILL, sit
uated on the waters of Dutch Buffalo Creek,
fouoniles from Mt. Pleasant.. The mills hare
steam power attached that can be used cither
in connection wnn me water or in case oi
low water, independent oMhe ater power,
The mill-tract of land ahielTfrilf be sold with
At the same time and pfaca we will aell t
tract of woodland containing 4 acres. It
lara about on mile fiom the null, and joins
lands of John Furr, Albert Barrier- and oth
ers. Terms one third of the purcliase mon
tj cash, and one third at the expiration of
three months ana me oaiance at me expira
tion ofix months from day of purchase, wilh
interest from date at the rate; of -8.per ceut.
Title preserved! until all thej paTraents,4re
JJ. ,M. iURKJEB, 1
- v P. A. Barries.' V Executors.
i" ' D. F. Barrier. )
PRIVATE SALE !
We also offer for sale at. private safe, one
tract of land situated in Mt. Ulla Township
Rowan count yi containing about C35 acres,
Thin property will be sold entire to any party
or parties desiring to purchase all of it or will
be divided into smaller tracts to suit puchas
era. ' . . i . t- -I ri j t it "
- We aho offer for sale a tract of laud in
Caldwell county, containing about' TCtt acres.
It is situated on the stream knew a jl XTper
Little river Thvre is a shoal in the river
that has a fall of twenty feet', making a valua?
ble water power, with a sufficient supply of
water to drive a laree Merchant mill or a
Factory of several J thousand stHiidles. Anvf
persons wishing to view these properties will
call on D.M. Barrier at Blarkmer. Rowan
county, or if ihey wish to write, i direct their
letters to D. M. Barrier, jBlackmer P. O.,
Rowan county.; Terms same as announced
in the ad vertisement of the "Auction Sale."
D, M. Barriek,"! ' ' .
PA. Barsier, ExecutorsJr jj and 8ee at
THE Physician la barg of tbU old and well know
institution are regular graduate la medicine and
urgery. Yean of Experlenoa ia the treatment o
ChMius Dlaeaeee bare made theinekiO aad ability
'' eo much .operior ta that ef the ordinary practitioner,
that they have aeauh-ed a national repuUiiea tfcroqgav
their treatment of compliCAred eaaes. - '
INDI SJ5RETI O NorEXPOSURE Pfn
fecuoos oi cue tiluod, ukm or txMies, treatd with too.
ceaa, without nvint Mercury or Pouonoaa Medidaaa.
YOUNG MEr4nlthoa SfW
. atamjaafqa anflering from the effect of a.
dneaae Uiat unnta ita Tietima tat bmainesa or marriage,
permanently cured, at moderate expense.' :
Mmul caotutiMtoa pTcierrcd, which i 7RB ud laeitad.
Lin ef qoesiiom le be auwerre by petieat eniriaf tmatawa
MiM rree to r .ilih oa applicaiiaa.
fwi eeaVriey fr BantareaeaM w4lheUra4ri,
aad leara entaiiy te thrlr adTaataam Itbaeta in.
mou, surns is nerta t e bu l-owJ. ate.
emaiBirnTin unn ij coanaraiimi, .neneaiq d aoercnee
'NEW DRUG FIR1!
The undersigned liave associated them
selves together nnder the firm name of
THE0. F. KLUTTZ & CO.,
for the purpose of conducting the Drug
and Apothecary business, at the stand, so
long occujned ly Theo. F. Klutlz.
We shall at all titne keep a, full sfock of
all Goods in out fine, and respectfully solic
it the patronage of our friends and the
public. i THEO. F. KLUTTZ,
i JOHN WHITEHEAD,
31:4t ! CICERO R. BARKER.
I taxitUof Iron, Perumitm
JBark mndIMphtru ita
I et her town vrnwratieM.
laox Toxic In my practice, and In aa experience of
round anything to pre tne reaults uiat us. Hi
Not. Jfith. im.
810 Waah Avewo.'
ED ICIRE CQ..2U R.tUIM SUST.UvlJ.
RiE2lSffr Corn Saeuere.
Telegraph Feed Cuttera
Bel cane Mills and Evaporators. ! i
MUler-a French Burr GrtatMlUs? '
SiSrA?!1 Gqwws Buraea and SDrtnir wacna
and settle aii tL .
M All falling to do so will tave cost to pay.
S TDflnc I iei
D. lAIIDaETII L SOUS,
DUIt r.e. V,WI
1 7fi)?7)r JTffiffm
VAWTED ! ! 7
An agent to canvass in Salisbury for mem
bers t the M3 ASD WOUKK'B MCTCAL KE-
Lisr Association. Lady preferred. Hon
orableand profitable. , Apply at opce to y
W. JIcLacouuk, agtv riv
- Kaliahnrr TT. C.
- j , .
I will mail free! the recipe for a simple Ysdr
tAble Balm that will remove Tan, Fheckx.s
and Blotches, leavine the akin soft
clear and beautiful; alra inftrnction fvr produ
cing a luxuriant growth of hair on a wild bead
or arooolh face. JAddres, inclosing 3c. stamp,
BEN. V A N DEJLi & Co 12 Barclay Su, W. .
Anni week In your own town. $5 oatnt tree.
uOuNo risk. Everytnlnz new. Capital not re-
nulred- We wiai tarnish you everrthln. Many are
rmaklnsr fortanes. i Ladles make as mucto as men.
ana VPi ana gjria mace grvai pay. tieaaer, u you
want a DusuresB av wnicn you can mane preav pay
all tne ume-yoa wort, wnie tor particulars w ,
13 II. Uaixxit Co.. Portland. Maine. ;
Cts. Per Box.)
I This is the most economical and the purest
powder on; the market. It saves.
- jcitiN n. ENlass,.
For sale at
RECEIVED and Must be sold 1
! cFETJIT JARS,
One-half Pallons and Quarts at f 1 and
$1.25 per dozen J which I will sell cheaper
ftbarrary ope in town. Also
Xtubbar ZLigns and Sealing' Wax,
Open Day and Night
-Xi Drag Store next to Bingham's.
AT; HEDUCED PRICES AT
The Drug Store. $ext to Dingliani's.
Sweet j Oil, Tanner's Oil,
At Drtig Store uejft to BiughamTs.
NEW RIVER SEED GORIi
JUST RECEIVED At
Drug Strc next to Bingham's.
RCDlICEDivfUUCEK .it the
DUUG STOKBaost Id Bingham's.
O TO El
JOKf F. EAGLE.
--FASHIONABLE- . f.
TVtT A: -b- "iT -r
Inviteivonr attention to hia ahon. onoosifV
Mayor's OlSce, Repairing neatly anrfHironipt.
ly none. All grade nl gboda made to order
Oct. lM,81:tf4 j --s tf
L. H. CLEMENT.
- - - :- i i ' H
D C CST Dimness now before the pnbllc-vTa can
UbUl make money faster at work tnr ns r n n t.
an thing else. Capital not needed. W.wiii atart
you. $) a day and upwards made at herae by the
Industrious. Men, women, boys afldhdrls: wanted
everywhere to work for us. -i Now is the tune. Yoii
ean wk in. spare tnn only or a4yarBvwhole
ume wj tne Dusiness. i Ton can uv at home and do
the work. No other business will par you nearly as
' wub wa-ii nut to raaae enormous TJSsrpy
engaclngr at once. Costly onint and terms fres.
Money made fast, easily and honorably Addreta
! i Tkc & Co., Augusta, Maine.4
Z C. Vaxce. j
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS,
. ; ! , CHABLOTTE, .C-
Practice in Supreme Court Mth TTnitad
States. Supreme Court of North Carolina.
Federal Courtr, ankl Conntitnof Mecklenburg,
Cabarrw, Union, Gaston, Rowan and David':
son. j Cr.QfEce. two doors east of Indenn.
The atlveriiaer bavins been Dernianentlv rura
i f t ha t d read d ieae, Conxu m pi ton, by asi m pi e
rvineay,! aoziuun to mine Known lo I) la fellow
ftiiflerer the means of cnrel To all whedeire
to. he will send a codv nf tL nreaon'mmn n.) '
' 4 f-m WICU
(free of clianre),wiili the direction for prepar
ing and imine the aame, which they will find a
Hi re (L U K . Tor iCot'OHS, qoUaS, CoKSTJKITIOW
A STBMA, BKOSCBITIS, SC. .
h-anie wirthtng the l'recription, will pleaae
:..rAr renn St.
11 i Mia . . a... av k i I e.a. m.
Ct Pt A TMT
Mtiars! Fruit Jars!
- " - . i ii
t J. Soured oirStvectJuT j
t A Vorreapondent of the Chicago' Tuner
aaj5 t1- riff 4 :f i y. 1 4 T"
, "Any citizen who wUtieal to, teat the
anality of sugar may easily do Mw: 'By;
at any drag store five eenU worth of ma-,
fiate baryta and dissolve it In, say, an
ounce bottle! of water. Dissolve in an
pther bwttle of water the ;augarl sample,
and wheu it is settled and clear pour in
to it ft half teaspoonfnl of the baryta. : If
it becomes milky and cloady r it is safe to
say that the Sugar contains sulphuric aeid.
If it remains clear it baa none.! ; ,
Keen Tour baryta bottle and try every
lot of sy rap, molasses land honeyf in i the
Sulphuric acid (oil of , vitriol), like- ar
senic is'often cood as a medicine, VLX
when taken daily as a food, in ever so
diluted a form, who will ha vis the pre
nmption to say that it is not a most dan
ceroas and destructive Hisouf r t V
, xteport every case to your pnysician
and to tlie healtli commissioner. . Porto
Rico molasses, Demararal augars, aa well
as American refined sweets, are largely
bleached with sulphur and contain sal
pharicacid.n: '" ;:. ") -
i A Good Newtspapeu.! Henry Watter-
OB editor of the Courier Journal, writes:
' "Some people estimate the ability
of a 'periodical and the talent of 1t
editor by the quantity of its original mat
ten! It is comparatively an easy task for
a frothy writer to string out a column of
words' ionl any and all - subjects. His
ideas may flow in one weak, washy, ever
lasting flood, and ; the command of 4ii
language ma enable him to string them
together like a bunchof onions, and . yet
lhis paper is a meagre and paor concern.
Indeed, the mere writing part of editing
a paper ia but a small portion of the
work. The time employed, in selecting
is far more important and the! fact of a
good editor ia better shown by his .selec
tious than anything else, and. that we
know is half the battle. But we have
said an editor ought to be estimated, his
labor understood and appreciated, by ln
general conduct of his I paper-its tone,
ita uniform, consistent course, aims,
evauliuesa ita dignity and its i propriety .
To preserve these as they should be pre
J served is enough to occupy fullythe time
and attention of any main. If to this be
added the general superviiou of the de
tails of publication, which most editors
have to encounter, the wonder is bow
tlrey find time to write at all."
Felling of Forests.
. The felling of forests is known to be
the cause of the drying up of many a
stream, even large rivers having been
made to totally disappear through the
influence ujkii the climate of clearing
the land from wood. The classic lands
of antiquity abound with aad lessons of
deforestation. The spring aud brooks of
Palestine are dry aud the soil has lost its
fruitfulness. The Jordan is four feet
lower than in New Testament days. The
fruitfulness of Sardinia and Sicily, once
the granaries of Italy, has disappeared,
while most of the countries of ancient
civilization have suffered from the deso
lating influence of forest removal. On
the other hand, man eau improve the
condition of the land in which he lives
more slowly iudeed, but quite as surely
by cultivating and preserving the forests.
In earlier years the delta of Upper Egypt
was visited by but five or six rainy days
in a year, but this nnmber was increased
by the planting of twenty milliou trees
to forty -five or foity-ix. Remarkable
results have been produced by the Suez
Caual. Isimiliit ia bnilt on what was a
sandy de-seit, but since the grouud has
become saturated with eanal water, trees,
bushes and other plants have sprung up
ii if b magic, aud, with the re-appear-aucoof
vegetation, the climate has chau-
gedr 'A few years ago rain was iiuknuwi.
n thee legions, while in the jear end
ing May; tourteeu day tf ruin wum
eeVilI, aud oueesuch a-atorui that the
natives looked mmu it as a Kiipernatuial
event. Rams have continued to visit the
country thereabouts, and so recently as a
few weeks since a very heavy fall was re-
Almost Incredible Distances of
It would take a ray .of light traveling
at the rateof 186,000 miles per second
three years and eight months to go to the
nearest fixed star. In order that , the
mind may be less confused in . the midst
of thousands of sparkling points, it has
been agreed from the highest antiquity
to class the stars according to their appa
rent brightness. The brightest stars have
eeu called stars of the first order or
uiaguitodr, although this terni j. does not
mply anything relative to the act mil
size or brightness of the stars; t!i-so
which follow, still in the order; of llu ir
apparent brightness, have ibeeu calied
stars of the second iiiaguitude; then comes
those of the third, fourth, and fifth mag
nitude, according as they a ppear smaller;
stars of the sixth magnitude are the last
stars visible to the naked eye.
It is generally thought that the .bright
est are the nearest, though this is not al
ways so. There are said to be 5,000 and
6,000 stars visible to the naked eye. But
when our feeble sight gives way, the tel
escope! that giant eye which increases,
from century to century, piercing the
heavens;' constantly discovers new Stars
After the sixth magnitude the first glasses
revealed the seventh. They then reach
ed the eighth and ninth. It is thus that
thousands have iucreaxed to tens of thou
sands, and that tens of thousands have
increased o hu adreds ' of thousands.
JJore perfect instruments have cleared
those distances, aud have fonnd stars o
the tenth and eleventh maguitudes. From
this period they began to count by mil
lions. The number of stars of the twelfth
magnitude, is 9,556,000 ; added to the
eleven preceding magnitudes the torl
exceeds fourteen millions, B)- the afd of
stlirgrealFmaguT5ing power tbesc Hm-
ra srn arrain Rnrti:iaa(l. - '
of atarta from the firstUote tjiteentu
magnitude. inclusive; Ts t calculated ai
43,0QQffi). MsUi traaiform
ed. In the fieliLoftbe telescope neitner
guished ; but a? fine (dost ahiHe,lii the
place where tliercje,''" wua ownpoir-
bat two or tvcfi iitarIn; proportioha
at the vronderfnl' diacoVeriea ; in optica
will increase tlieVylsaal powerr all the
Yegiona of the sky will be . cdrered : with
this fine goldeu aand.1 - f : " '
The iron buincaalif dull iotUl parts of
the country except the South, whose iron
industry is aaid to bttill nv an active
and heafthy condition. The uUUnMier.
of Philadelphia, aaya; JAlong4the: Sel-
ma, Kome ana uaiiob uitmoos uemccu
Rome, Ga.? and Calera:Ala.V there are
elaiven blast fdiuaces linv o Deration. An
iron ezpen' ao4..aiat ' bftll; jnat com
pleted an investigation of the deposits on
this line arid report hat tlrere ia'more
available brown hematite iron ore conti
guous to this road that" caii bVfonnd. in
any other irou-fleld:in the United State.
Just west of Calera Ue Cabaw ba coal Ueia
begins. We have slecimena off this coal
which" were iniiied"and Diled :up out of
doora Ui the winter bf 1804-65, ,A and has
remained aa free fronl slack iog or decom
position a" the anthracite coal ' would
have done. - It' mae; splendid coke.
Recently Mr. T.' J. Pejters, of St. Louis,
Senator Plumb, of Kansas, ana some otn
er gentlemen have purchased a half mil-
lion dollars' worm oi inese coai ana iron
lands, aud' are building coke eveus, a
hundred tou blast furnace, and have al
ready erected 1 and '' nearly completed a
uail mill, with a capacity of 500 kegs per
The tea crop on the experimental farm
near Georgetewn, S; 0., has beeh gather
ed and cured. It is pronounced 'superior
in appearance, qaaiityj and flavor to the
tea ordinarily imported into this country
from China, Japan aud Iudia.
. -: :
The Color and Lustre of Youth arc rest or
ed to faded or gray hair-by the use of Par
kcr's Hair Balsam, a harmless dressing high
Iv esteemed lor its perfume and pcrhy
" Ocl3-Novl3 ' i j
WHENCE COUETHE UNBOUNDED
Allcock's Porous Plasters ?
Because they have, proved themselves
the Best External Remedy ever in
vented. They vill cure asthma,
colds, coughs, rheumatism, neuralgia,
and any local pains.
Applied to the mall of the back
they are infallible in Back-Ache, Ner
vous Debility, and 'all Kidney trou
bles; to the pit o it the stomach they
are a sure cure for Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint, i
ALLCOCK'S POROUS PIASTERS re
painless, fragrant, and quick to cure.
Beware of imitations that blister and
burn. Get ALLCOCK'S, the only
Genuine Porus Plaster.
SYMPTOMS OF A
loaa of Appetite, Bowels eosttrsvPsin la
the Head, with a doll aenaation in th
back part, Pai; under the Shoulder
blade, fallnera after eating, with a diairfe
clination to exertion of body or mind.
Irritability of temper. Low spirits, with
: a feelin of haviac neglected some duty,
Ayesuiness, Disxineaa, yiutterina at the
Heart, DoU before the eyes. Tallow Skin,
: Headache ceneraily over the rixht eye,
Bestlessness, with fitful dxeasaa, highly
colored Urine, and -
COMSTlPATIOrwI JI X
:- U '1 1 '8 PIXXN avr eajeiallymdB)t4 to
sneh eauMta, one dese f neeta aueh m ebana-e
: of failing- ava ta aatoailah tne snaTerer.
Thar leiHH sae AiawJte, ar4 eanaa tb,
body to Tke atea rtettoM the arsten Til
wrtaaiaaV aad bv ihMtr faai. iaiiaa . ik.
, araevaeTe vrxauaa, a
daced. Price & chu.
t - U Xbi
rray aL. IC. Y.
OaY ILmiimWiiTtKWu ebanrod toAOMawv
BiCK by aelnKleappltctkoathaDK. Jtim.
paraa nataral odor. acta Inatantaaeoosiy. Sold
by DregiMs.er seat byesaraaa ufl raoetpa ofai.
omcayaa hibbat arr rrw vobk.
If VIA e MaCea HU aa aaelaaUW
H S -a 2 i IT
a 2 3 n .
E S 2 5 S3 3 S3.
is :o Tsto m
3 " S- 3 -.- 2 -i 9 LaaaW
3 3 5 -.2 aSi C 1
3 -s &? ! ri : U
Ii -Pit- 5.
I a S 2 2 ? -tI.
' a am- D 2 ' 2. ' " aaaaai
. SeV! O -
. C.1LBBUNEIV e
33tt- ' , Chins: QpyX Q, "
THE STA1TD A-U)EH6I-TES,e
- Vi 'l AGtSflCT 0P;v;
f Cdllege SWChaTlotUji jrafS.-';-
ml Pnrtithle. AdWable Cut Oflf.
and Stationary Steam Engines and Boilers.
Also, Agents for the.Southern etanaara uox
ton Press -best and , most powerful Press
- 8aw and Grist Mills, Clark's Seed Cotton
Cleaner, (increases the ralue of dirty cot-
lea 2 cents per pound). Cotton Seed Hull era
and Grinders. The Van Winkle Gin, (first
premium at Atlanta Exposition), Shingle
Machines; Jet and Force Fumps, ; ana 4aii
kinds of Mining and Mill Machinery. Wood
working machinery, of all descriptions, and
$3r Write for ircular$ and Pri.ca.
JOHN G. YOUNG.
June 3, 1882.-tf.
Worth Carolina Railroad.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Date, Apr. 30, 1&S2
" High Point..
A rr. G reensboro ....
Leave Greensboro .
Lv. " ..r....
9 30 '!
12 26 "
4.40 p. m.
No. 17 Daily except Saturday, -Leave
Greensboro 5 00 p. m.
Arrive at Raleigh 1.51a.m.
- No. 51 Connects at Greensboro with R. &
D. R. R. for all points North, East and Went,
via. Danville. At Uoldsboro with W. & W.
R. R. for Wilmington.
No. 53 Connects at Salisbnry with W. N.
C, 11. R. for all points in Western N.Carolina;
daily at Greensboro with R. & D. R. R, for all
points North, East and West.
TRAINS GOING; WEST.
Date, Feb. 19, 1882.
Leave Goldnbyro ...
Arrive Durham ....
' Greenst ro...
av.w m hi.
0.40 a. ra.
10.10 , "
No. 18, Daily ex. Sunday-Lv. Goldsb'o 2.50 pm
Ar. Raleigh 7.10 pm
Lv. 6.00 am
Ar. Greensboro 3.15 pm
So. 50 Cbnneeta at Charlotte with A. A C,
Air Line for all points' in the Sonth and South
we.l, and with C. C. & A. R. R. for all points
oouiii ana noutneast.
No. 52 Connect at Charlotte with A. AC.
Air Line fur all points Hunt h and Southwest:
. a.. . - . .
ai i.iinnoue witlvij. J. Jt A. a. K. with all
points South and Southeast!
N. W. N. C RAILROAD. .,S
No. 51 1
Lv. (J reensboro
9 25 pm
10 41 M
f 7 00 "
ouu p m
4 to M
STAfE UN1YE SITY R At IRQ AD.
Daily .sr. Son.
Leave Chapel HU1 ....
10.40 a &i
11.40 a ra
Dily ex. Sun.
ArrtveUniversity..... 1 12.10 pm
Arrive Chapel Hill ...... 1.00 p m
Puaan Sleeping Cars without Cha&re
On Train No. 50, New York and Atlanta via.
Washington & Danville; and between Greens
boro and Charleston. -
On Train No. 52, Richmond and Cfcarlotte
Waslrington and Charlotte vis Danville.
IThroojtb Tickets on sale at Greensboro,
Raleigh, Goldsboro, 8alisbary and Charlotte,
and at all principal points South, Southwest,
VV est, North and East. For; Emigrants rates to
Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas and the Southwest,
address A' POPE,
01 Gn. Passengei Art. .
21:1 7- ?l t Richmond, Va.
Not ce to Oreditoro !
All persons having claim, against the es
tate of Isaac Linker, deceased, are hereby
notified to exhibit the sarhe' to the nnr1ip.
signed before the 10th day bf May, 1883.
This April 29th, 1882. ,
J. W. MAUNEY, Admr.
Fifteen families, "tKe fiwtinstaJl
ment of JeWisl, reifbgcW Jirom Rus
sian persecution; have arrived atVWtn-
nipeg, Minnitoba, and three hundred
; I ft r -
4 -a r- a - a : m . .
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Jk. NEW feEA-SlDB KESoa-r-
m June,' July, August and SeptembPr' 1 1
- - - t a, rniMj . . i
r 7Tiv ur w eueaa.
House and FmrwlUtra all new.- ood
lla. waw-r and; jm JrrtCrLt !
t. -W - - - t " - A, . . " vl i?
z? :st.QC3ATIOIf i mi
jon the ?AtlaHtlc Ocean rW1 3 J
Cars stop within slxty M '
teetotbacXiloon : ; n -rTf Uua:
ards. Ten-Pins. Sailinir. Fishtno r-L .t-i-
- eaea flje
aiMl Borl Bathing. Poar lUdln? -iw,"",
katinc i . , .. v , ,u w
1 A O?0D BAND op mttcti
aadeae of the Finest Ball Room in Z. 4":
DATES-Per daT. tJ.50. ' pr tr,.
touJ, accorttlngto size ana location r.tiU
the number occupying it, ana Ua jcu$i
. -inwiieaaTm i rri ' i i
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k ;: irvf feel
lie Vi- wnlfW 1U1. h anil l!
1 WarlrrttniMtvataenHA.L-t-l ' . r
have had thirtyveyew mrtiZZ ,
- PatentaobtalnMi fhnK-fVrr-1
Sfa'lWTS ana: spteDdkM
t wertiTpapeT,3.a0a yearwwi tlie ProrZ
clieolaUon. Address MUNN JfctXki PateataS?
tors. Pub's. o8crtorTmc AarMcaK, 87Prt
KewTorkr Hand boot aboatrtefaT ?
Come to the Front!
BOOT, SHOE & GAITER HAH
MAIN STREET, ?
jClh orrosiTK xkkiss'; saro storiJ 4
All Work Strictly First Clas
Having nu aiAircu years experience ID
business I sftr prepared If PLEASX
EASE AND ELEGANCE OF III
my work can not be exc el led.
IflWAlI. material of the best and finest mk
S3.AU work done in the latest stylevU
usnions. "' ? . -
r' Gents Pins Work' a Specialty.
Ready-made work of the besl qeali
on hsnl for sale. Attention ftiVti.to
WORK and ( hampicn E i li e Wo
Repairing Neatly and Prompt I v
moderate prices. 8f&. Satisfaction
teed or no eharecf . Order
nromptlv Cllrd. ! "It
43:ly WM. 7 . EAGLE.
Is made nrom a Simple Tropical Eeat ot Ba
Value, and Is a POSITIVE REMEDY or-
diseases that cause pales In the loa erpartof
body tor- Torpid Uvct Ueadaches - JauwttoK
Dtezlness, Gravel, Molarla, and all dlfficulUei 0 ,
Kidney, Lrver. and Mrtnary oryans. j For FCAt?
DISEASES Monthly Menstruations, and dom
Pregnancy, itnas no equal. It restores the
tbat the bloodVand hence is the best BLOW f
PURIFIER. It Is the only known remedy ibtcw
B RIGHT'S DISEASE. or Dtabetea, use ssi
EKS 8 AFE DIABETES CUKK. -i
ror sale oy Dnurgista and Dealers at pi.vv
per bottle. Largest botes In the market. 'iry.
H H WARNECRA.CO. Kochmtsb.S.1
Ap-ant tYT . the CAEDW1SW
THESHER, J. A. ATWELI
V ClCIa YOU WAXT
H RD W AU E
At low Figures .
Call on lie undersigned at Kol 2, Grl,il,
Ron', ' ' - ' 5
1 . , D.A.ATWEIL
SalisbnrrJj1' C. June 811
J. M. KcOuaXUB. " ,t ' THEO. F. KLtTi
McCOSXB & KLTJTT2,
ATTCiEY8 Afb tOTJ JflLOKfi
; ;t.,8alUbryr-N.;C.'.-. U
eWataV v Va VU VVHU4S, WUVVll Vl'l
Uorkbr School !
The next sesslbii of this school will befl1
the second Mond y fiTJannary.- ! '. : .y
or circniar giving terms aau wnw
olsrs, tpply to the principals , ; ! '-g ;
' J. U. A J. C. HORSES.
10:17 y - '; ; i i
fifll fl , Great chance to make money. Taw J
U U L U always take advantage ot tbe god
ees for making' money that are offered, Zf'
become wealthywtolle those who de not us;
such chances remain in poverty, i We wn,5t3
mea, women, boys and girls to work for urwu'
their own localities Any one can do th w5
periT irom we nrw stare -Tne ouaneao-
mere than ten times ordinary wages. WSSa
entflt fnrntahf fl Vn niva hn entrain I1. -
make money raptdly. Ton ean devote ro J
time to the work, or only your spa re moraeais.
pjtormation and all that Is award wnt rrsj;. ' r;
'Address STtNMN t Co., PortUS'l. r :
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