MT. YERHOH LIVERY STABLES
SHAVER & AREY
iUtir ftnmnlimcnts ta the public.
aid resncetfullv solicit a trinl of their E-
ihltsmcnt; ' It js complete m an me rc-
fjVircmcnta of fast class.busmcss. -
vjHOrscSj Buggies, Carriages,
? J 3?hcBtons, .Wagons, &c.
ytS5-iWn''AM CoVfTDEKT OF OTVfXft
Special provision and .favorable rates for
Boarding ana KcpiinsiiM.-.
IHbrOvcrVwill find good Halla-and Sheds
It our place, i j -
I Special ; accommodation for the benefit
At nrnmercial Travelers, i
1 Xee Street. Salisbury, N. p.
Soiern PRIZE TURHIP SEED.
, J-Jic lest 3Iarkct variety in the World.
jj Pojnts of excellence: S
lit has no equal for root or Salad.
. .if; c - ;
Jt Produces Salad two weeks earlier
j any other kind. "
Insets do not injure this as they do other
varieties. ! .
J-Ji produces -iadri Balad than any
t is ibc best Turnip fbi Whiter. uin the
I'pr sale oi y at
J, II. ENNISS' Drug Store.
Alo Other Varieties Oi
flPtlKNIP SEED at
! J; H. ENNISS
! A-- "'Hit
IT STANDS ATj THE.IIEAD.;'
I 1 THE LfGHTfRUHNINO
!;Y That it is the acknowledgcd-lcader in
j he Trade i a fact tha; cannot be disputed
! MANY IMITATE IT,
j (NONE EQUAL IT!
H Th J.arst A mud, j
1 I The Liahlest Running,
The Most Ceauliud Wood-w rk.
AND; IS WAIUUNTED
I To be tnade of the best material.
To do ny and all kindx of work.
To be complele in every respect. '
f- I For Bale ?y
; Salisbury, N. C
.enta wanted in uuoccupied territory.
Domestic Sctci nt f Machine Co.
lily ' " Kichmond, Va.
SYMPTOMS OF A I
Tjou of Appetite, Bovels costive. Pain in
the Head, with a dull sensation in tho
back part. Pain under the Shoulder
blade, fuilneB after dutinz, with a disin
clination to exertion of body or mind, '
Irritability of temper, Ijow spirits, witti
a feelm of having neglected some duty,
Wearii es, Dizsiness. iluttering at the
Heart. DuU before the- ey es, Yellow Skin,
Jleadacte generally over ice ngni -eye.
lUCHi WIUI UUUt WWUilBI
: . i
iiuui dreams, aigniy
Urine, and ( -
TtTTT'S MLL8 arc pHriallr adptd to
audi cho, on doM tfiect Mich a:cba&c
of feclinp n to nto:iii.ii the suuerer
Toe? lnra-e tUr ApptMe,anl cause ibn
txxiy to 'lake on Fitftti. thus the system ts
rtht. and by Ihfir 1'nnlr Artlon on the
IHtrulf Orsnw, llelnr Kluol are pro
duced. ! lTicw tButs. ilurray MC. N. Y.
Omiv TIairor WursKKKS charured to aGLomY
liiAVK Ly HuKiP)licatlon of this DTK. Itim-
Imrt! a natural color, nets l.iHtanlaneouRly, Sold
y LrugKi.tii. or aont by expresa on receipt of tL
orrics, u Jii'nuAY fcT skw vobk.
C tr. tvm HtKt-Jtl. f YaleaMe talbrBaUai aa4
CmAJ CMlto Ulb hailed 11UK M aaplkattoaj
r555fYEor tho W1ARKET GARDENER
8EEDS Ebr 1 PRIVATE FAMILY
7" z v i c ro wp by o u rselves n "r own fi
- Ilauau..ic lllnstnuecl Catalogue tutd Unrni Register FREE TO AXJL.
JSCCflAXTsi !SEM lis" YOUR BlisiNEass C1IMH mn min- ttsw.
m LAHSR5TH&S0NS,SkED Gr!0VERSs PHILADELPHIA
i H.S I LiM KS i I have sl
iave -. Dr. hauter's
? m rueoictae, have never
IRO.f XONIC til'.
ST. Lorn. Mo..
nmtmntl healthful ton to
the difirttir ortam and
ll.-.- .I-.JHM . ..-.l.lrf.
amtlinnhltt In 4lttt-iJ(
. Drbilitin, Los f H r0
ittr JVcmI rati r
JWrr aHt Impotence.
jUAKUFACTUSED BIT THE DR.
i i fc.j.
1overhcICOniliUrnortnc LiImm1. tlii nerrlv m,i...i i-
l:uostht li.iv lat!l. l iue of bur nJ. t..in... 7T..";A. ' ',
.abiereiniidy. I prtwibe U In preference to any iron nrenaxaUon made.
VB. lURTJ'd Iao Toxic & a necesrirr In wy pne7 Da.
AWAITED ' .
Call at " '
ENNiss' Mi Store,
WANTED On or,
Sets, at :
enniss' Dm Store,
SCHOOL BOOKS at
COST, at : 1 -
enniss' Droi Store,
SALE OF HOUSES' ai LOTS IN
On Slonday the 4th day of December, j
nq.xt, at the Court lfouse in buhsbory, II
will sell five Houses and Lots in the East
Ward of Salisbury, near jthe Salisbury Cem
etery, belonnn to the estate ot ; Otho
'TSSMS OF ; SALE." Y
l he nurcliasers will be required to pay j
one third'ot tle purchase money down and
will ie granted a credit; ot three and six
months for the other two-thirds withiinter-
eft at eight per cent. Titles reserved until
ajl the purchase money is paid.
J. S. McCUBBlNS, Com. of Court.
Jjr'M. MCCOKKLE. .' ITttO. F. K-LXtlt,
McCORKLB & KLUTT2,
ATTORNEYS AND ( CU LI t lib,
I, Salisbury; Ci '
1 CST"Office OD.Couneil Slretl, opfoMle ihe
voint House " ; '
Blactmer and Eentaon,
SALISBURY, N. C
Jaucay22 1879 tt. j
, KKKH C11AIGK,
I. II. CLEMEKT.
CRAIQE & CLEMENT, i
SALISBURY h C.
ZB. Vance, j. W.H.irAiLiY
i VANCE & BAILEY,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS,
; CHARLOTTE, K. C
-I Practice in Supreme Court of the United
States, Snpreme "Court of Nt rth Carolina,
son. Rfi-Uihce, two doors east oIIndeen-
acnoeNimrf' i ; 33:tf
fcrtatllilel 1817 at 12 XT. 8th. Street, ST. L0U3, 1U.
rpHE PhyHicians in charge of this old and well knows
X institution are regular graduates in mediciBe and
aargerv. Ynn of Experience in tbe treatment ol
Chronio Diacaaes hare made their skill and ability
ao mncli auperiur lo that of tbe ordinary practitioner, .
ibat they buve acnuired a national reputatioa through
heir treatment of rninnlicatpd nuri: .-
fediuuit ol toe btuuJ, t-kiu bl tuie, U taled with IUO
i wiipom nuns Mercury or rotaonous lCediciaea.
YOUNC MEN andthose of middle inwkm
JjHah-HKaKan snfrerine Crou) tbe ctfeta of
ermanentlT cured, at modorat9.iiM.nni , ,
u uim.ui nnion i or Dusinesa or mrri0n
.ATI E NTS TREATED Mt and KirmM
Cintmii tunulij.ii.o. .- prcicrred, wkich is TELES aai aiitad.
Ut ot qunfio.it iu be uitwcrrt by naiicirto 4tuiot timtam3.
Mailed frra to any addms on tpl(citi()ii. - :
erarwa nffrrint fraa Rupture AomU mm their aMraa.
dlMramwtltiadbUtriradreaUcw ll -.-..-?
r..nniimhMiur-it -.r..i.... 1 j . . . .
NOT TO El!
UQH1M Fr EAGLE,
31 It Kit,
invites yonr attention to hid tshep, opiioite
.Mayors urn.-e. .Repairing neatly and prompt
ly uone. ah grades ol goods made to order
Met. 1st, 'Sl:tf.
: ., - : i.
tttixiitmttt Im-l rv.M.i-m
xrr iwd iujArwjt
a 'vol table form. The
only preparation of iron,
that urill not blacken the
teeth,o characteristic of
Ikon Toxio In my nricUoeT
i.nn.l aaythliw to rlveSerw
ywwr iron preparation.
ce, ana In an experience of
IHseaee, JyspepcU. and an lm-
rvsuiu uiax lis. 11 1 Trn'
uiaue bo me woQuemu cores.
H UiM (rreat and incomrjar-
K.Vv. th. 1W.
3104 Wash Avenue.
MEDICIfiC CO.. 213 R. ttAlN ST. ST. LOUIS.
: 1 ' "
lot ji Mtm inirmturc
COMING IN EVERY DAY AT
. NEW FUBNITWRE STORE.
COME TO THE NEW STORE
- AiiietTerpiir p wail n-i mumb
t a. m- s m
' . Ms. . nir
.1 . .1j Js-.ln nt thft Manufactories, and
p icesan'd warranted! to be of the latest stylds
m mm gaita sM4--v-S25M
Mm sets Top
Marile Tops, only
Parlor sets for--
"Snccial lerms mi.e nith country mcrcjiants
half dozen lots. taEf a wi
Undertakera' goodsall at the lowesi puces ui-
War in Hortfe Oairoliaa !
FIVE THOUSAND CUSTOMERS
W. SMITHDEAL IS
with all the surrounding Towns and Cities in
Rnmnos Rollers and Mining Machinery. Saw
Horse Powers, Wheat Drills, Buggies, Pluetons,
Single Harness, Atlas and Giant Fowdcr, masting uaps, uoyoic lopped Jb'use, Electric
Blastin" Machines, Blasting and Kifle rowtier.
lacturcrs' prices advance7at the following low
ncss 'complete from $"50 to $140. Top Buggies
I keep in stwk vehicles nianuiactureu Dy
Biify Co., Columbus, Ohio; Whitney Wagon
Cincinnati, Ohio; Sechler & Co., Cincinnati,
. , MACHINERY MANUFACTURED BY !
Beckett & McDoweL, New York,
jamwi lKTel & Co.. SDrtncfield. Ohio.
Gelser Manulacturlng Co,, Waynesboro. Pa., "Blcktord & Hoffman, Macedone, N. Y.
Renaune Chemical Co., Philadelphia. Pa.
ilui-UiU a unvi wui pvtLAj f aviAi
-OFFICE UNDER MEIiONEY'S OPERA HALL.
WARE ROOM.S UXDER MEROKEY'a OPERA HALL, AND BOYDEK HOC8E STORE, MAIN ST..
SALISBURY, N. C.
W. SMITHDEAL. :
A GOOD WASHING MACHINE.
T. J. MERONEY,
ins back and fnrtl
1 OVer the Clothes f..rrinr
THIS MACHINE is a plain wooden tank linej with copper or galvanized
...... ..u.un-y pjpeg ,n Ine uoirom lor tlic admission of steam, with corrugated
..... u Mime nittai, and ot sutRcient weight. This Roller i-ather ti.. nir
"i A 8t.eaUV,S thrown UP through the perforated pipes underneath from the bottom
... w.!f "r"' -rC a.,e wo?kn stnP3 between the pipes so as to protect them and town
i smooth bottom in the tank. . . ; -
.lilrihLT8 18 simVlu a"y onc can operate the machine. First, soap the clothes and
distribute them erenly about four or five inches thick in the tank. Turn on enouSh wa
"!?"!w n'-turn on steam, and move the Roller back and forth until the wafer
thLe or fi., ? 7 6 nd1letLth wfttcr Pass off- Add fresh water, and repeat this
mice ur jour nuies. ana vou una the clothes
act inntr il t- J nnouU WlllUUL IIIC Ml" lit
SVir yJ i 're 13 n rubb,.Q2 Process employed, the Roller having rounded edge! so
PLyr or cutting. A lace handkerchief can be MhpZ w1l A W
Hul,t 37 his Machine is in ODeration at
will In. i. ....... r... j a.
wm oe manuiactured at ussmn Umet
nnpifitinn .nr. r ,
opeiation can use oqe of my machines at
Fv.rn can a the work ot ten wash-women
fciit is a splendid thing for boiling grain
J3?It is also a good wool-washer.
fc-btatt and County rights for sale by
I will mail (free) the recinefor a si m nip V en.
table Balm that will remove Tan, Freckles
Pimply and Blotches, leaving the skin soft,
clear and beautiful; also instructions for produ
cing a luxuriant growth of hair on a bald head
or smooth face. Address, incloai
REN. VANDELF & Co. Ti r,.i-.h. v V
Oxford, N. C.
The next session of this school vc'iU
the second Moodav in Januarv.
For circular civine terms ajid f.ilPr tn
i ulars, apply to the principals
J. 11. & J. C. HORNER.
Agent for the , CARD WELT.
THESHEH,- D. -AAT WELL.
WUEH IOU WAXT
At Low Pignres '
Call on the undersigned at Ho." 2. Granit
D. A. AT WELL
Salisbury .N.C., June 8 tl;
i- i ar aa t
loHglit for cash at the lowest
best quality, and will.be sold as
' Conie Mid feet t :f A "Vvf;
--$30, 35, ana $40
-$40, $50 m $75
who want cheap Beds in one dozen and
k full line of COFFINS, CASKETS and
B.-E3. DAVIS' New Store.
WANTED TO JOIN THE ARMY!
North Carolina against high prices i
Mills, Grist Mills, Threshing Machines.
Carriages, Spring Wagons, Double and.
1 win sen venicics lor cash, until manu-
prices, to wit : upen Uuggies with llafr
with Harness complete from $65 to $200.
ine iouowmg wen Known nrms ; uoiumbus
Co., bymt us, N. j, ; Emerson Fisher Co.,
Ohio; UavisOoulti & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio,
Glliba & gterrett Manutacturlng Co, Tltustllle, Ta.
Skinner & Wood, Krir, Pa.
Atlantic Giant Pow der Co., Y.
SALISBURY. N. C.
ir ami .. I. a. 4.
Mrrnnov .t-fi.i-: ot, .
J w ia-uiue cin'w, hiicic tuey
tvt.o;m.. . i ' , .. .
rM,,"& -n-y ue iiavins a sream Doner in
small cost and with satisfactory reSnlt fW
in one day and do the work'better.
and vegetables for stock.
The advertiser having been permanently cure
if that dread disease, Consumption, by asimpfe
remedy .is anxious to make known lo hia fellow
suflerera the means of cure. To all who desire
(o, he will send a copy of the prescription used,
rfree of chrge),witl. the directions for prenar-
adurties wishing the Prescription, will please
VVTesf.. Rev. R. x W1T.SOV iqi u.T o.
dlrliamsburgh, N. Y.
L CW. Y. Parkkb,
ate ot Warrenton, N. C.
W. c. Earr. ;
Late of Edjecomba Cq
PARKER & CARR.
Gonon C01. Hfii'diauts
COHKER FAVETTE AND WaTEU STREETS
Business and Correspondence solicited.
- 43:4 m :pd " " ' ' j
A.wirrl Nc.ui poutiwclv .fleeti.
S,m.il XinUsioa. and Im potency b, Uw o
" vrJi,i.KfcrJEPv co. lira chetmists.
i inTTD same, wnicn mey will nna a
sAe CURE for Coughs, ColpSjCossumftiok,
Phma. Bronchitis X-p. m
aM4 k, tk. IS. r r,F nniini. It a
3iZr!!!L"!?TO "r 1 ! i lwitmto
SiLJ'!.!r.w t s.miM.i.ith.iMSii,
"Girls, Help Father."
l.My Iiands arc so stiff, I pin hard-
hold a pen," said Farmer Wi I her.
as he sat down to "figure out" omc fepth 'lce and their eggs. T .
m ... i I t . a I t 1 1.1. 1... f . 1 . , '
accouuis uiai were geuing oenina-j
liand. ' T: ' j
"Can I help vou. father " atid Lucy, P
laying down her brigUt crochet-work. 1 01 neimoaiu iuuUUiu, uwr
"I shall be gird to do so if j you "jwill gia To the natural snbstartce a little
explain what you want." . J
"Well, 1 shouldn't wonder if jyoui
could, Lucy," said he reflectively.;
"Pretty good at figures, are yon ?? Jl
"I would be ashamed if U did! not!
lrnmv cnmoftitn. nf I.Atn nftor Uin
arithmetic " kaid I
twice through the
Lucy, laughing. J
"Well, i can show in nve minutes
what I have to do, and it'll be a
wonderful help if lyou can jdo it for
me. 1 never was a master hand at
accounts in my best days, and it does
not grow any easier since 1 have put
on spectacles." . .. . ..; j , r.
Very patiently did, the helpful
daughter plod through the long line
of figures, leaving the gay .worsted to
i ii ii -.i i i
lie itiie an evening, xuougn sue was
in such haste to finish 4ier3carf. It
was reward enough to see her tired
father, who had been toiling all day
for herself and the other dear ones,
sitting so coziiy in his easychair, en
joying his weekly paper. ?t '
1 he clock struck nine betore her
task was over, but the hearty "Thank
you, daughter, a tnousana limes i
took away all sense of weariness that
Lucy might have felt.
"it s rather looking up when a
man can have a clerk," said the fath-
er. "it s not every lariner tnat can
afford it." I
"Kot every former's daughter is
capable of making one," j said the
mother, with a little pardonable ma
ternal pride. T
"Nor every one that would be wil
ling if able," said Mr. Wilbur; which
last was a sad truth. Sow many
daughters might be of use to th
fathers in this and many other ways,
who never think of lightening a care
or labor ! If asked to perform some
little service, it is done at best with
a -reiiiciuiit su-p auu uinviuing iu
4. 1 . . i a. ..a...-.. ...I .... ... . I
i i i. 'a ..is .it !:.. i
that robs it of
ail sunsiiiue or ciutiu
Girls, help 3Tonr father, f Give him
a che'erful home to rest in when even
ing comes, and not worry his life
awav Lv Irettinir because lie cannot
1 .. I .
ufl .W oil f w, l,.vnriM .n,. n,.,.0f
., , J . . i r . a
yiinureu caci l as great a u jiiuucuuv
on their parents as parents do on their
lU iid This, 15oy,s.
A gentleman advertised for a boy to
assist him in his oiliee, and nearly fit-
ty applicants presented theinselves to
him. Out of the whole in umber he
in a short time selected one and dis
missed the rest. ;
"I should like to know' said a
friend, "on what ground you selected
that boy, who had not a single recoa
"You are mistaken," said the geii
men ; "he had a great many."
"He wiped his feet when he came
in, aud closed the door after him,
showing that was careful.: He gave
up his seat instantly to thai lame old
man, showing that he was 'polite aud
gentlemanly. He picked up the book
which I had purposely laid upon the
fioor, and replaced it upon, the table,
while all the rest stepped over it or
shoved it aside, aud waited quietly
for "his turn, instead of pushing and
crowding, showing that he was order
ly. When I talked with him, I no-
Hraxl his nlnthes wnrp onr.fnll v i.rnsl
ed, his hair in nice order, and when
he wrote his name, I noticed his fin-
ger-nails were clean, instead of being
tipped with jet. Don't yon call those
things letters of recommendation ? I
do, and X would give more for what
I can tell about a boy by using my
eyes ten minutes than all the letters
he can bring me." .
Pasture is necessary for (lie healthy
development of swine.
Breeding from immature animals
is a great mistake. It is the founda
tion of degeneracy.
In France and some other countries
where wood is scarce and high, it is
bought aud sold by weight.'
The average shrinkage ,of wheat
from threshing time tor' the next
six months, is estimated to be 6 per
Corn will shrink froin the time it
. a 1 . 1 T t 1 1 1
is liiiskeu irom tne neiu or shock in
the autumn, in Well-protected cribs,
from twenty to thirty per cent, by
Unsoundness, as well as" bad points
and temper, is trasmissiblej from pa
rent to offspring. In selecting a ftal
lion, see that he has none of these
Jackson's War Horse. Stone
wall Jackson's army horse, called
"Little Sorrel," is tventy-six years
of age, and still kindly cared for by
General Jackson's father-au-law, Dr,
Morrison, of Lincoln county, N. C.
It is the horse on which General Jack-
sou received his death. wouqd, IFjna
ton Sentinel. ;
Successful exDeriments are reDor-
w1 ..t rimmnon Til n ma Hr,
1 ' ' ji
ou6" "w fc""" " " v,..
process discovered by thie Professor
of Chenjistfy in the Illinois State
TTniversirv. At the first run of tli
I machinery it yielded 2,000 poundsof
It is saul lliat a briue of,, common
n k ron as it - caui !e made.
ruLbcd iu --thoroughly, so as to wet
CvPrv Imiroii the animal, will destror
" , 1
A spring which nows five gallons
k per day hds been found at the
uutgall is addetl, and the fluid be-
con.es gooa wnuug iuk.v xi, can ue
produced for one cent a gallon.
, ' , -
A Vein Ot DrOWU Ore. SCVeU tCCt
thick, has been struck at CSpp's Hill
mine. VHr. juv , -
Wonder who are to be Mott's bul
lies in this county the "two bold and
resolute men" who are to watch eacU
voter as lie puts his ballot in the box.
Winston Sentinel, 1
nnms 5:mcS Al CA1TERS. rmafle ta
orden All work Krst Class-Sevefiteen Years Ex
perience. All Material of the best grade, and work
done in the latest styles.
Ready made wor 1 always on hand Repairing
neatly and promptly done. Orders v mall prompt
ly nuea. m. x.- xiagip.
51:ly. Salijsbukv, H. C,
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE!
Pnrcimnf i rv a rl rr rin rf tliA Rii rwriAr
Court of Rowan County, I will expose tt
puouc saie. io me nigiiesi. uiuuer, at uic
i. , i i . i .i j . j i.
Court House door in the town of Salisbury,
on Monday, the SOtkday of October, 1882
the following valuable real estate, situated
in the town of Salisbury
One vacant lot on Main Street, adjoining
I . T a? . 1 1 T A . 1 1 1 . i AT T. '
uic national noiei ani me iois oi j. ju. ant
J. A. llCliriCK, irIHIllg 0 ICtJl "OU bl.
and runninj; back 200 feet. This lot is in
the vcry hcart of thc business centre of the
town. Also, one lot of land running 310
feet on Lee street, 200 feet on Council street
and fronting 310 feet on the Western N. CL
Railroad, immediately fronting the Railroad
ticket office, &c. This is valuable property
for hotel or manufacturing purposes,
Terms: One-third of the purchase money
to be paiad cash ; one-third m six months
remainder in twelve months, lltle retain-
ed until purciiase monev is all paid.
The undersigned will be clad to show
the property upon application;
MOSES L. HOLMES, Com'r.
Salisbury, N.C.,Sept. 26, 1882. 50:.1t
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Tire Representative Industrial Paper of
isortn uaroiina,is a colnmn illustrated
weekly. Every Mine Owner, Fanner, Man
ufacturer, Merchant and Industrial man in
the South. should have it. Pays especial
attention to JSorth Carolina s Mineral Re
sources and does full justice to every de
partment of our State a handicraft. ; Price
j $1.50 per year,
POSITIVELY ffl ADVANCE.
ADDRESS at once.
EDWARD A. OLDHAM,
Editor and Propretor,
Wilmington, N. C.
A Car-load of Buggies, pha?tons and
Spring-Waggons just received and for sale
, JOIIIV A. BOYDEIY,
at prices so far below any heretofore made
in this market asto cause one to take a short
0 1 breath when he hears them. Bujrjry buy
ers A mean what 1 say I Uorae and see if
don't? Open Buggies, $39 and up. Ton Bu'
gies, f 55 and up. Everybody can afford to
buy a buggy now.
- !&l; "mZrP '
'For Sale at a bargain.
C. II. BRUNER,
: . China Grove; N. C.
WESTERN li. G. RAIL ROAD.
OFFICE GEN. PASSENGER AOENT,
Salisbury, H. C, October J2thf 1882.
Arrive 5.45 r Sallsbn
Sallsbnrr......! Leave i it . .
4.8 " tatesvthe . ... I Airlra : .
11.54 " !
- . . 1 1 M - k 1 1 IT 1 m
11.50 A K ....Marion
10.08 - j Black Mountain . .
Leave . L.Warm Snrlnn
.oo " L...PlffeonKl?er..i
Traiii No. 1 ;
Conaecta at SaUsBury with R. & d. R. r. jtrom all
points Nortli and south and from Raleigh. Connects
a oiaiesviiie witn . t. & o. Div. of c. c. u.h.
R. Connects at Warm Springs with E. Tena, Y!-i
& Oa. R. R. for Hometown and points South-W en.
Train No. 2 i
Connects at Warm Springs with. E. tL Va. & Ga.R.R
from Morrtatown & the SoutJi-Wett. connects at
Statesvllle wiih A. T. & o. Dlv. of c C. & a B. R.
and at Salisbury with R. & D.R R. for&llnolnt
North and East and for Raleigh.
on sale at Salisbury, Statesvllle, AshcvlUe and the
w arm springs to all principal cities.
J. E. Macmurdo,
Audr. O. F. & V. Aift,
Worth Carolina Railroad.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Date, Apr. 30, 1&82
4.40 p. m.
A rr. G ree nsboro . . .
Leave G reensboro ,
LA rr. Goldsboro.....
No. 17 Daily except Saturday,
Leave Greensboro 5 00 p. m.
Arrive at Raleigh 1.51 a. m.
Arrive at Goldsboro 7.20 "
No. 51 Connects at Greensboro wilh R.A
D. K. R. for all points North, Eat and WeS
via. Danville. At Goldboro with W.AJV.r
R. R. for Wilmington. -
No. 53 Conneclrt at Salisbury with W. N,
C, It. R. fbrall point-tin Welrn NCarolina;
daily at Greensboro with II. & D R. R. for all
point North, East and Went.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, Feb. 19, 1882. 1 No. 50. . No. 52.
Leave(ildtboro ...llO.OO a. ro.j - -Arrive
Raleigh ....j 12.2(1 pni - -Leave
" 3.55 " -
Arrive Durham I 5.06 " - -
" HilUboi 5.46 "
. Greens! ro... -8.05 M - -Leave
" 9.16 " 0.40 a. ai.
Arrive High Piont 9.50" 10.10
Salisbury 11.12" 11.21
' Charlotte 1.10 a.m. 1JK) M
No. 18, Daily ex. Sundiy-Lv. Gold.b'o 2.50 xn
Ar. ltaleigh 7.10 iu
Lt. 6.00 am
A r. Greensboro 3.15 m
No. 50 Connects at Charlotte with A. & CJ
Air Line for all points in the South and South
west, and with C. C. & A. R. R. for all pointa
South and Southeast. 1 1
No. 52 Connects at Charlotte with A. A C.
Air Line for all points South and Southwell:
at Charlotte with C, C. & A. R. K. with all
points South and Southeast.
N. W. N. C RAILROAD.
1 No. 52
Goiko West. I No 50 Daily,
j Daily. ex. Sunday.
Lv. G reensboro j 9 25pni 9 50 am
Ar. Kernersvilie 1 1041 " 10 41 14
". Salem 11 25 " ' U 35 M
Goiko West. Daily. No. 53.
ex. Sun. Daily.
Leave Sal cm - 515am 600 pm
Ar. Kernersvilie 550 " 6 40 M
" Greensboro 7 00 " 8 00
STATE UNIVERSITY RAILROAD,
Daily ex. Sun.
Leave Chapel Hill ...
A ft .
10.40 a m
11.40 a m
Daily ex. Sua.
Arrive Chapel Hilt..
Pullman Sleeping Cars without Change
On Train No. 50, New York and Ailanla viaj
Washington-& Danville, and between ureeniH
boro and Charleston. - J
On Train No. 52. Richmond and Chariot W
Washington and Charlotte via Danville. j
STThrongh Tickets on 8aleatGreenboro,
Raleigh. GoldsbororSalisbury and Charlotte,
and at all principal points SouTh, 8oulhwe,
West, North and East, i or jfc.migranisraiCT
Louisiana. Texas, Arkansas and theSouthwctt,
address A- POPE,
Gen. Passengei Agt.
21:ly Richmond, Va.
IliHtoxy ofRowun Cowntyj
BY REV 1. RCMNJE
Conies of this interestine book may be
had of T. P. Ki.CTTt, TiIeo. Buerdal jI
or at the Watciimai, Office.. -
ON Monday the 6th day of November next,
at the Courthouse door in Salisbury, I will
sell that valuable property known as the
RITZ property, situated on Main street in
the town of Salisbury. i
Terras of sale : The purchaser will PJ
one-third of the purchase money as soon as
thc sale is confirmed, and he. will have a
credit of three and six months for the other
two-thirds, with interest from date of w
at 8 per cent.
Biddings will ts opened at $1,653 10.
Title will be reserved until all the purchase
money has been paid. -JOHN
8. HENDERSON, Cem r.
Sept 28th. TiU sale.
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LIN A WATCHMAN, ONt,Y
. 1.50 PER YEAR.
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