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i 11 ' ' ;
I w -tia. fti Strict. ST. tc?5 . .
.nu i traaimeat of
,ry. I ear. o "vi" - "7 .Vni -d .bililT
iCfcroo Xftaeaew "K -."X .i.Tr. aaieacf.
' perior w T J?Z7i 7.U,m UtroUm
i'fi'jTriSMj Tiettm. for bueln or awrlaf,
irrTBnr.tl rni U m-rmt tip
1 5- ."-t'S &XmSZ&
Branch of LUDDEN &
i 'ifv TkT1niivitvii iQnln
: Preparing for Tall Trad?. - J-
ilnv now& nay when Cottin comes ia.
1120!) Pianos and 500 Organ!
' l MIDSUMMER ,
11 SPECIAL OFFER.
i"Under our Midsummer Sale, we offer
i f ..II j .i . -u r TIT W TTTT.V
1 1 AUGUST and SEPTEMBER, 1882, f
flANOS ami ORGANS, of every make,
I ityle & price, at oar very lowest cash rates
;;a Pianos $25 Cash, Ealancs Nov. 1,'S2.
n Organs $25 Cash, Balance Nov. 1,'Sl
I Ivithout Interest of any advance on nc.
I I 0rlt balance can t be paid in the fall,
longer time will be given, with a reasonable
increase of price. All instruments of every
i fradc and price included in this sale. Tel
'four musical friends of it. Write ns for
' Catalogues, Price Lists Circulars. This sae
!5lbsea October 1st, 1882. Early purchase
Secures cash prices and easy terms, f
: Six (6) years gurantee. Stool and instruc
tor, with every Organ. Freight paid botjh
ways if no sale. Test them in your ow.n
if HcSMITH MUSIC HOUSE. 1
; SProf. Wm. Baker is my only authorized
Tunef and Repairer. All wort guaranted.
Send ordcre to this House , ; i
. esleyan Female I
' i STAUXTON, VIRGINIA,
1 Oncna September 20th. 1882. One of the
First Schools for Young Ladies in the Uni
ted States. Surroundings beautiful. Cir
mate unsurpassed. Pupils from eighteen
States. Terms among the best in the Un
ion. . Board, Washing, English Course,
Jtatin, French, German, Instrumental Mn
iic, &d for Scholastic year, from Septem
ber to June, 238. For catalogues write
to Rev. Wm.
A. ITabris, D. D., Prcs't
NOTICE TO CREDITORS!
; , , , o-b j
f Tfaving qualified a Executor of of Alexan
" fer Bostian det-eased, I hereby notify all per
' lions having claims arainpt his ertale to ex-
Kibit them to me on or before the 13th of J uly
JOHN M.BOSTIAN, f
July Hth, 18S2. Execntorj
;f. o-o - , . -.
; .; I The next session will begin August 7th," '82:
I Young Gentlemen and Ladies, who are de
. sfrous to obtain liberal edncation, will find
? advantages at Franklin which can not be h$d
r ejsewhere. The necepsary expenses need nbt
bb great. Tuition very reasonable. Assis
tance in teaching will be hard when necessary,
30i;4t:pd. c II. A. TREXLER.
1 have used la. lUaraa's
3". hk WtmM BV4
Mi Ti ii i'nrV'V,' iria with
l A. -
itwcntrAve years In medicine, aave never found anything, to give
x Tonic docs. In msny eases of Nervous Prostration. Female 1
erlslind condition of the blood, this peerless remedy, has in my ban'
Csscs that have baffled some of our most eminent
wwr4alMNl rtnrMHnn nf ftin mooa. Uill IkCdli
able remedy, i presenrm u in preierence w any
as uu. uautxk a ikon xohic u a necessi
. Mo.ANov.S6th, 1R1.
it nice c;lor t.t the Mood.
natural hraUhfmt tone to
tfuf ditjrxilr nrffans and
- nervoHit t'titiem.tnaJHna
' . 1' tiwHn to arneral
' 3fiiiitfft Tjom of Anpr
titr.J'roittrationofritol r Jourr ami Imtpittrur.,
HANUf ACTURE0 CT THE DR. HARTER
i -.8 '
.l.. . .... - w
a. aiyiuweu tntnnes and Boilers and wi
i ains? machtnery of all kinds o"cre ana jfi-
elser separators and Horse Powers
Bickford&iiumnan Grain and Gujmo Drills I
TOoaaas' Hay Kakes, wno unus. r
34Avery&sou s Sulky Plows, walkinsr CultivL
tora,ie. .J ' "ns uiuva-
Brfckeye and Champion Mowers and Reapers,
f ' - ' ' ; ' i . I : . -
j Having hiUy uetermneu to convert pay general riardware Business Into Machinery Airrlcnirnrai imriv.
i. nwnts and Vehicle excluhlvely. 1 now offer lor CASH my entire sSKiffi rnX
Kn1SgUS tlX Mer?hVn?sArao5rrIf
.t .anacushoaly Som j at the foUowing low prices:
tAU persons lndehted to me must cometenr.o..,.. U ...
I mekn Just what I say. Jan. lKr. ,
vi nniiR n . : i r 1 .
l-i WHipLESALE- LIS
VALUABLE ML PROPERTY
We. the executors of the Will of Mosea
Barrier, dcd, will sell at public auction,
on Thursday the 3rd! day or August next,
at the late residence, pf the deceased, In No.
9 Township Cabarrus county, the following
property, t The MERCHANT MILL, sit
uated on the waters Of Dutch Buffalo Creek,
fnnrmiles from Mt. P easantl The mills have
ttpamnowprattached that can be uaed either
' 1 .1 i-- - r
in connection with tne waier or in caws
low water. indcDendentof the water power,
The mill-tract of land which will be sold with
it contain 3o acres. I , .
Bg-AlHo. anaw-mUl and cottonein with
m power arranged to run all the machin-
A t the rne time and nlace we will 111
trari of woodland containing 64: acres. It
lav about one mile from the mill, land joins
lands of John Furr, Albert Barrier! and oth
ers. Term-one thid ofcthe purchase raon-
oasli. and one third at the expiration of
it mnntlis i and theibalance at the expira
tion of 12 months from day of porchae, with
intornt from' date at the rate of 8 per cent.
Title reserved until all the payments are
made. i ' ' j " - ' i '
D. m. Barrier, l i
P. A. Barrier, Executors.
D. F. Barrier. J ' ?
PKIVATE S ALE
We also offer for sale at private sale, one
tract ofUod eituated in Mt. Ulla Township,
Kowan county, containing bihjui wo acres.
This property will be sold entire to any party
... j-?.;( i nrt. :n
or parlies oesir nig iu ri nnui itvr win
be divided into smaller tracts to sun purcnaa-
ers. I f -..
We also offer for Sale a tract of land in
Caldwell county, containing about 700 acres.
It is situated on the stream known as Upper
Little riverj There n 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 large Merchant mill or a
Factory of several thousand ppindle. Any
persons wishing to view these properties will
call on D. M. Barrier at Blackmer. 'Rowan
county, or if they wish to write, direct their
. . -.x m -r ' Tl 1 T rfv
letters to V. ai. carrier, Biacmner. r, j.t
Rowan county. Terms same as announced
in the advertisementbf the "Auction Sale."
; D, Ml Barrier,)
P. -A J Barrier, Executors.
' D. F.'Barrier, J
SYMPTOMS OF A "
Tjoss of Appetite, Bowels costive, rain in
the Head, with a dull sensation in the
back part. Pain under the Bnouiaer
blade, fullness after eating:, with, a disin
clination to exertion of body or mind.
TmHtAhiHtv of tfimwr. Tjow spirits, with
a feeling of having neglected some duty,
Wearineaa, Dizzineea, Fluttering at toe
Heart, Dots before tho eyea. Yellow Bkin,
Headache generally over the right eye,
Bestlessness, with fitlal dreams, highly
colored Urine, and , "
TTTrS FIIXS ore especially iwlaptcd to
such cases, one dose effect such a change
of feeling aa to astonish the sufferer.
Thcr Increase th Appetite, and cause the
body to Tak on iFlesh, thus the system i
nMirtehed. and by their Toide Arloa cn the
DiTesUve Orcansi Beanlar Slols are pro
duced. Price 2& cents. 39 M array St M. I.
C hay IlAia on WiTtsirww changed to a Owwr
Black by aslnffloapplieaUonof this Dye. Il im
parts a natural color, acts Instantaneously. Bold
by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of si.
officz, as nvira.iT srr tcew yobs.
(Br. nCITS IJIKC1I. f Taluhlv WftmaUm m4
Cwtel BMrtpto 1UU mUt )UI M afslUftUM.
SUIiSCRIBE FOR THE CRAC
LINAj WATCHMAN, ONLY
$1.50 PR YEAR.
toae&d of Jrm, reruvtai
m valataUe form - XSe
only preparation of iron
ea iron trtwtrntlonsm
laoif Tome la my practice, and la an experience of :
tie Diseases, lyapepds. and aa lm
nands, inade some wonderful cares.
physicians, bare yielded to this great and Incompar
Iron n reparation made.
net. such a enmnon
encb a compound
DK. BUBEBT SAMUELS, i
aun v mma ATcnnf.
MEDICINE CO.. 213 . MAIM ST.. ST. LOUIS.
I have the sole Agency for the following named ma-
p,b-. . ' J
Favorite and Dexter Corn Shelters. 1 -
iffAf.t?1 Ca,ltf 18 ' 2 ' VI
,LCinlU12 Kraporators. i
MUler's French Burr oust Mills.
kXI nleSftt ln Macnincs-
fntocky Hazard Klfleiand Blasting Powder
Atlantic t!lnt Powder! uw"
ao so wm Lare cost to pay.
M mmm a aa. m .
"K)UAKD FOR t
D. LAflOIaETII & SOUS,
I will mail (free) the .recipe i .or ' T !
" v' ....nnTiv: Faecrxes 1
PIMFI.V8 and Blotches, leaving Lb akin soft,
clear and beaoUful; also
ingalpxnmnt " ".un,-
BEN.TA SbiXF & Co 12 Barclay St N. Y.
1882 "V"J ' 1
S 6 G 5S-! VSB
v - - " , -sa aiat tnn l
(25 Cts. Per Box.)
. . . i 4 tin nnMCt I
This WtDcmoa.ai; -.
nowaer on we ioweu I
TIME AND LABOB.
For sale at ! JOHN H. ENNISS.
JUST RECEIVED and Must, be sold 1
One-half Gallons and Qnarts at $1 and
fl.25 per dozen, which I will sell cheaper I
than n c inii in tuvm Alan I
Rubber; Hlfns and Healing' VJslx,
for Jars. Call and see at ENNISS .
j- : jy ..j
JLYi : Jj0lltS
And by the Gallon, at
Next to Bimrham's.
LAL1PS AND LAMP-
AT REDUCED PRICES AT
The Drug Store Next to Bingham's.
Sweet Oil, Tanner's Oil,
and Lard Oil,
At Drug Store next to Bingham's.
JOHN F. EAGLE,
Invites your attention to bis shop, opposite
aiavor a vyuirc. repairing neatly and prompt
ly none, aii graues oi goods made to order
Uct. 1st, :ui:tr. J
L. H, CLEMENT.
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
I fttiimjMjj at ijatu,
jKB.3, SAtlSBURT. S. C.
MtJars! Fruit Jars
D TOT business now before the nnblie. Yo.ncr "'Seiner, awaKiis uioitj:! i ... . :i,ies
S!?1!??" 10 work for ua. Kow Is the time. You
can wun in spare ume only or give your wbole
WelL SO Otie Can fall tn mat anmmnno
engaging at once. Costly outfit and tenna iW
Money made tast, easily and honorably. Addrew
Tars it Co.. AmraRtA. Main
" VASCE. W. TT. Rifi.w
VANCE & BAILEY,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS,
J CHAHI.OTTE, N. C.
Practice in Snnreme Conn f ti. tt:i-j
q - v asv w ast vJ
oiais oupreme tonrt oi orth Carolina,
Federal Courts, and Counties of Mecklenbnrg
vaoarru-, unionj oaaton, Kowan and David-
son. gm.Office, two door. r
The advertiser having been permanently cure
W-'".",U,,B 10 raaKe Known to bis fellow
snnerera the means of cure. To all who desir
sure CURE for ohsJCo wCoksuptiow,
Asthma, Broxchitis, 4c.
parties wishing the Prescription, will please
wriZl.C: t vav -ayA, l4, renn St.
muHuuvuniu, x. - 20:ly
One 18 Horse-power Portable
ary Centre Crank Engine and Locomotive
ooiier, ana a aa Horse-rower 8ide Crank
oiauonarv engine and Tubular Boiler.
' Onp 'Pair K fs.t T7.. o . . .
i " " " " . 1 opeaa: quiCK or
e a uAisuAljj, Address or call on
' U. M. 8ETZER,
China Grove, N. C.
rrrrr1 far tf T. --TZutm
a a. . r i m w
ju, wiii aena a copy ot the prescription used,
(free of charge),with Ike directions for prepar
ing and uains the same, whirh th. .:ii 1j
HllSlt kuiku iJI. Z'AM.T-"!""-
eerf ill Word.
Dm von never m aut in tho morning
wth a heart so depressed and saddened
that a pall acemk v spread . over all !the
w.rld t But on nieting tome friend who
gpokc cheerri? j fork ininnte or two, if only
upon indiBerent ' tiattera, tou have Xelt
nnrilf. , tronrlipfiill liirhtMMl. ' Even a
child dropping nto your ' house on an
ciiauu. uu aj- uurub au a jbt vi - uuaiiuio
when he went his way
again. ; is a Diwsea tning to speac a
cheerful word whi youjean. i Tbe heart
knoweth its own btternea" the world over
and those who liia in palaces are not ex
empt, and good irds to1 such hearts "are
like apples of goU in pictures of silver.w
Even strangers ws meet casually by the
way, in the travelos waitiig-room, are un
consciously influenced by the tone we use.
It is the one witlj jpleasatt words on his
lips to whom the stranger in a strange
lanil tnrna fnr A inn dirMtinTi in liia
perplexities. Taka i as a complimeot if
r . , :. i,:
which street or wlich trim to take; yeur
manner has struck; him aa belonging to one
he can trust. It is iard sometimes to speak
a pleasant work wlen the shadows rest on
1 1 our hearts : bnt nfthing will tend more to
llirrVttn nnr ' ninl-t thflH Aftintr (nuul in
another. When: yrn have . no opportunity
to speak a cheerirg word, yoa can aften
send a fall beam V sunshine into the heart
of some Borrovjog, .Wnt; friend, .by; sit-
ting down and wrfting a good, warm-heart-
-Gen. Cartis, vtho levied asse&Bmen'ta
on the offlce-koldera ' in New York last
election, has Vpn found guilty, and all
exceptions ovetoltd. The Evening Hail
says: Gen. Ctrtia was then brought for
ward, fie stand at the Judge, but otb
emise seemed t take the situation calm
ly. Judge Beie4ict returned his look
and said : "Tie sentence of the court is
. t i e Anx . l y .
I iirni jou pay a u oi ?autj ou me um
I connt of the indclnient under which too
- - - r - w ,
were convicted aid $500 on the eighth
rnnnt mnkincr i if all 1.1(10. and rnn will
stand committel uutil said fines are
paid." Gen. Cn It is was then taken to
the marshal's rtxroj Jt is expected ihat
the accused willpir lis fines this after
A New Expi-osik Has been invented
by M. Petri, a Viiesse engineer. The
name given to it laynamogen, and it is
likely to compete stiously with gunpow
der. Tho iaventostates that it is com
posed neither of fclphuric acid, nitric
acid, nor nitro clyrfine, and that it can-
not injure in any wv, either guu or cart-
The charge of fnampgen is in 'the
form of a solid cysder, which can: be
increased in qnanti
without being j in
creased iu size, b
manufacture of dyubogeu is simple am1
without danger. It
reserves ifs qualities
in the warmest or
ttest weather, and
can be made at 40 pr cent less cost than
Tlie Nashville .Jisan speaking of the
importance of smatiiidustriea, and illus
trating its arguniei by refereuce to fruit
and berries in Tetessee, sa38 : "Care
fully collected stkstics show that the
amount of money reived by our citizens
from dried fruit al berries, and from
poultry, is more tin that derived from
the entire cottoa cjp of the State." This
is an interest tot adds, that it may
have an unlimitedevelopinent, aud re
quires but little cutal.
Elsewhere our sfr correspondent gives
tin account ot tlitpussiise ot the first
train from Morehejl to Smithfield. Ve
congratulate the idland on its work,
j and trust that the lad may be pushed on
without intermissin to a completion.
The people of antral North Carolina
need all the railrac facilities they can
1? ........ It ...l.i j
ii k: t iii i iv fA iiiuti ..mil. iu
development. Itirings Iu u-y near-
a . i .1 i i , '
Mrs. Scovill4 BoQiiT.-Washing-
f tw a nLn.imtJ i.
' - .r---j unv
f aPrtionof f Sch airs.
S.vllla anilaavniiil tr amxap r!itSt..n
I . . .
"ie ay before liewas liangcd. A large
I ... Ls. - - .
nnnmuv ni nrfmift ma lAnni in turn
A J '
Let the interil rcveine officers! go.
I North Carolina rjiys the national govem
I ment two milliot four hundred thousand
dollars aunnallyj Abolish the system of
internal revenue ana tins - much yearly
1 trill romflin fA rti nA nn fiaa.f a 'VirFkirVs
1 a vuiuiii v ui smsu vua uvii o am v a v
Tn rhnnr nnrtvif rh Vt l,pnf. alla
. J " 1 IT '7'r 11': "
at from 75 to SW cents per bushel. The
. I crop has never feen equaled in quantity
i . i. i
or quality. It I said tht good North
ina flour nil be worts only $5 per
barrel. ; i
It was Col. Tbmas M. Holt who struck
the key note of the campaign -the ! su
premacy of the viite raeewill be main
tained by the whte men f North Caroli
na. A7eir d Obsrver.
Aud now New fern is a have a graded
school, and a god oue too. The citizens
have subscribedjseverfl thousand dol
lars. I I ' !
A company haibecn organized at Aber
deen, Miss., to father ailk culture.
Gen. T. L. Ciugmai, of Asheville,
Gen J. M. Leach iof Dandsou, and Capt.
Chas. Price, of Si isburj, it is announced
will address the teoplepf Burke connty
on the political ilues tf the day, August
Biafikmor M Heniersoii,
sAusmrfix, n. c
THE NORTH STATE
LIFE AND NUPTIAL
'.. " '-OF : vvf-. '
SALISBURY NORTH CAROLINA
Chartered . under the Laws of 2i orth
J. D. McNEKLT,.... i president.
W. T. LINTON Vice-Prest ana ueni aianager.
THEO. BtTKHBAUM.... ....i.,..'.... Secretary.
J.SAMUEL McCUBBINS,........ lTeaaurer.
Dr. JOHN WHITEHB AD. ...Medical Director.
Boa. J. 8. HENDERSON........ .J.... wgai AQTiser.
Refer to the Bakk and business
Salisbury. Reliable and energetic
ing agents wanted everywhere.
Foa plans, terms to agents, blanks, and
anT intormation wnateTcr, aaares iuo
f a 1 1 . a
Secretary. f jf
J. ALLEN BROWN, Local Agent, Salis.
bury, N. C. i V
Raleigh News & Observer and Wilming
ton Star, copy for one month and send
bill to thir Office.
ROVAII C0UI1TY. U kiob Coukt.
J. W. Mauney, Admr. de bonis non, with
the will annexed or Richard ;Lowery,i
, Againtt - ' H
Ilarriet Gillespie, J. T. Ray and wife
Margaret A Ray, Rebecca D. Van (Eaton,
and others. . ' . ; 1 t'
: Petition for settlement and distribution
of the fund in the hands of the administra
tor among the parties entitled thereto un
der the will. ;;
It appearing to the satisfaction of the
Court that Wm. JS. Jfattersoir, Jno. W. Pat
terson, Robert T. Patterson, I David II. Pat
terson, Jno A Patterson, Jesse E Patterson,
Ruth P Patterson, Jos T Patterson, Oscar
Patterson, James II Patterson. Jno Crow
ley, and wife Mary E Crowley, Annie Finley,
Jno li vanttaton, Willie D ; YanEaton, Jno
D Van Eaton, Eugene B Mason, Lawrence
M Mason, Charles VanEatnn, W Calvin
Davidson, Abner T Davidson, 8 G David
son, B Gully and wife Margaret C Gully, E M
Davidson, . Sarah L Davidson, and Mary A
Davidson, reside beyond the limits of this
State, it is therefore ordered that publica
tion' be made for six weeks, in theuCarolina
Watchman," notifying the said defendants
to appear at the office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court for the County of Rowan,
at the Court House in Salisbury on Monday
the 7thof August 1882. and Answer the peti
tion, a copy of which will be deposited in the
office of said Clerk, within ten days from
this date, and let them take notice that if
they fail to answer the said' petition within
that time the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in the peti
J. M. IIoitAH, Clerk
Hup. Court Rowan Co.
June 21st 1882. ; 86:6t-od,
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED TO
B. Van WINKLE & CO.,
Cotton G-lxx with;
AT ATLANTA, OA.,
fefWRITE FOR PARTICULARS AKD PRICES.
Cannons & Fetzer, Ag'ts.,
AT COKCORD, K. C, i
For Rowan, Cabarrus and Stanly counties.
MT. VERNON LIVERY STABLES
SHAVER & ARE7
Present their compliments to the public
and respeetfullv solicit a trial of their Es-
tablisment. It is complete in all the re
quirements of first class business. -
Horses, Buggies, Carriages,
Phaetons, Wagons, &c.
AND ARE CONFIDEST OF GIVIXG mgm
Special provision and favorable rates for
Boarding and keeping horses.
Drovers will, find good Stalls and Sheds
at oar place.
Special accommodations for the benefit
of Commercial Travelers.
Lee Street, Salisbury, N. C.
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2. o 2.- 3a5
Sw S JaSf
3 g 2 e
C-S m 9
er -i " 55
f 2 2 -
3 2 5
-3 85 5'
r m. n w
S f 2 w
The Color and Lustre of Youth are reator
edi to faded or gray hairy the use of Par"
ker's Hair Balsam, a nanniess aressiog uign
!y esteemed for its perfume anju pcr:;y
UC13JNOVl3 - i.
For Sale at a bargain,, '
83tf China Grove. N. C.
2 5s. s "
cdT.- - - . - -
M " --aw
- a. '
Train No. 1
Connects at Salisbury with B. & D. It. R. from all
points Nortn and Souta and from Ralelgb. Pullman
Palace Sleeping Car from Greensboro' to Henry's
Connects at 8tatesvllle with A. T. O. Dtv of C. C.
A. B, R. with Sleeping Car from Charleston, S.C
to Henry's. Open observation cars ran over-the
mountain both ways between Henry's and Warm
Springs, affording: a magnificent day-light new of
the Mountains and French Broad river. Connects
at Warm Springs with of K. Tenn Ya. Ga.
R. B. for Morrlstown and points South-West.
Train No. 2
Connects at Warm Springs with E. T.Va. Jt Ga.R.R.
Pullman Sleepers from Henry's to Greensboro,
and Sleeping Cars from Henry's to Charleston. S. C.
Connects at Stiteavllle with A. T. A O. Dlv. of C C,
A A. R.R. and at Salisbury with R. D. R. R. for all
points North and South.
on sale at Salisbury, Statesvllle, Asheville and the
Warm 8prlngs to all principal cities.
SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS on sale from
all points North and South.
J. B. Macmurdo,
Audr. O. F. It P. Agt
North Carolina Railroad.
TRAIN8 GOING EAST.
Date, Apr. 30, 1682 I No. 51. I No. 53,
Daily, j Daily.
Leave Charlotte.... 4.00 a.m. I 4.40 p.m.
M Salisbury 5.53 " 6.24 u
High Point.. 7,20 " J 7.35 "
Arr.Oreensboro.... 8.00 " 8.06 "
Leave Greensboro. 9 30"
Arr. HillsUro 11.47
" Durham 12 26 M
"Raleigh 1.40 p.ro ....
Lt. " 4.05
Nor. 17-Daily except Saturday,
Leave Greensboro 5 00 p. m.
Arrive at Raleigh 1.51 a. m.
ArriveatGoldsboro 7.20 44 .
No. 51 Connects at Greensboro with R. &
D. R. R. for all points North, East and Wert,
via. Danville. At (ioldsboro with W. &
R. R. for Wilmington.
No. 53 Connects at Salisbury with W. N.
C, R. R. for all points in Western N.Carolina;
daily at Greensboro with K. &, D. K. K. for all
points North, La&I and V est.
TRAINS GTMNG WEST.
Date. Feb. 19, 1882.
1 2.2ft pm
Arrive Durham ...
" Hillsboi ....
Arrive High Piont
1.10 a. m
No. 18, Daily ex. Sunday-Lv. Goldsb'o 2.50 pm
Ar. Kaleigh 7.10 pm
Lv. 6.00 am
- Ar. Greensboro 3.15 pm
No. 50 Connects at Charlotte with A. A C.
Air Line for all points in the South andSouth
west, and with C. C. & A. R. R. for all points
South and southeast.
No. 52 Connects at Charlotte with A. AC.
Air Line for all points South and Southwest;
at Charlotte with u. U. A A. R. K. with all
points South and Southeast. -
n. w. Hi c. railroad.
9 25 pm
11 25 44
950 a m
5 15 am
STATE UrtlYE SITY RAILROAD.
Daily ex. Son.
Leave CI) a pel Hill .
10.40 a m
11.40 a m
Daily ex. Snn.
A rriveUniversity ......
Arrive Chapel Hill ...
1.00 p m
Pullman Sleeping Cart without Change
On Train No. ou. New York ind Atfanta !
Washington A Danville, and between Greens
boro and Charleston.
On Train No. 52, Richmond and Charlotte
Waahlnfflnn and f!haslAtf via TVinwill
8Throug1T Tickets on sale at Greensboro,
a a m a a a n a a a - 9
uaieign, uoidsooro, risiMDary and Charlotte,
and at all principal points South, Southwest.
West, North and East. For Emigrants ratea to
Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas and the Southwest,
1 1 . m mmm a
Gen. Paaaenget Agt.
21:1 y Richmond, Vs,
IlftHtox-y of 3Eoraxa Ooxaxatp
T T i. anrrui
Copies of this interesting book Aiav be
bad of T. P. Kxcttz, TnEO. Bckrbaum
or (tt the Watchman Office,
THE STANDARD ENGINES
' AGENCX; OP:i j
! Collesre St., Charlotte. Jf.
THE " STANDARD; AMES' ENGINES,
AcultnralPortaDlc, JAdjnstable Cut Off,
and Stationary Steam Engines and Boilers.
Also. Agents for the Southern Standard Cot
ton Press best and most powerful Press
made. . -1 - i
Saw .and Grist Mills, Clark's Seed Cotton
Cleaner, (increases the value of dirty cot
ton 2 cents per pound), Cotton Seed Hullers
and Grinders. The Van Winkle jSin, (first
Eremiam at 1 Atlanta Exposition), Shingle
achines. Jet aiid Force Pumps, and all
kinds of Mining and Mill Machinery. Wood
working machinery of all descriptions, and
Teed's Turbine Water wheel, i
B ,m TTr.'. Jl" 'Al! 3 Tvi?
n ruejor. itrcuuirt ana xn.ee 9.
j J. G. 8HANNON HOUSE,
1 JOHN G. YOUNG.
June 3, 1882.-tf. I ;
. MOREHEAD, N. C.I
G.T7. BLACKBALL, "- - Proprietor.
I - A NEW SEA-SIDE RESORT,
Open June, July; August and September. Capenty
i xorsuo guests. r
House and Furniture all new. Good Beds, Electric
bells, water and- gas In every room. Telegraph,
Express and Post office lh-the house, j
Immediately on the Atlantic ocean.1 due East ot
Qoldsboro. Cars stop within sixty feet or the front
door. Boating. Bathing and FlsUlcg within BUty
BUllarda. Teo-Flns. Salllnc. Flshlnir. Gnnnlnr. Run
and Surf Bathing, Pony Hiding, Dancing and Roll
A GOOD BAUD OF MUSIC,
and one of the Finest Ball Rooms la America. '
RATES Per day. $2.50. Per wees, from lisnc
to $17.50, according to size and location of room, aud
the number occupying it, and time occupied. -
Corae to the Froijt!
!.. PI1T3 ) '
BOOT, SHOE & GAITEfi ME,
OPPOSITE ekkiss dbvg store.
AH Work Strictly First Class
Having had sixteen yean- experience in the
bnsinesf, I am preparid 10 PLEASE the
EASE AND ELEGANCE OF FIT
my work can not be excelled.
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Bf&.All tnatfrial or the best and finest grade.
85, A II work done in the latest styles and
Gents Fine Work a Specialty.
Ready-made work of the best q vn
on band for pale. Allenlion piven t
WORK and ( Lampion E x lie Wo
Repairing Neatly and Prcroptly
moderate prices. BfSalisfaclien-
teed or no charge.St Orders
prorapllv hllfd. .1
43:1 y" WM. A- EAGLE.
Agent for the CARD WELL
THESHER, D. A. AT WELL.
WnEi YOU WAT
HARD WAR E
At Low Figures
Call on the undersigned at He 2, Granit
8alisbnrjN. C, June8--tf.i
J. If. MCCORKLE. into. F. KIXTT1.
McCORKLE i;& KLTJTT2,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS,
Salisbury, N. C.
-Office oh Counml Street, opposite the
Court House. . i 37:6m
Horner School !
Oxford, N. C.
The next session of this school will begin
the second Monday in January, j
For circular giving terms and other partio
ulars, apply to the principals i
- J. H. & J. C. HORNER-
10:ly . ; j" .
PHI F1 Great chance to make money-. Those who
UULUt always take advantage of the good chain
ces for making money that are offerel. generally
become wealthy, while those who da not Improve
such chances remain la poverty. We want many
men, women, boys and girls to work for us right la
their own localities. Any on e ca n do the work pro
perly from the first start. The business will pa?
more than ten times ordinary wages. Expensive
outfit furnished free. No one wno engages falls to
make mosey rapidly. You ean devote yoa wbola
time to the work, or only your spare moments. Full -ibformaUon
aad all that Is needed sent free.
Address Stixsom A Co Portland. Maine.
Tejfas , levies a Ttax of fGUOori those who
trade in inch papers as the Police Neie$t
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Iqdsette etc, Tcas js rht.
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