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BT KIT 3. BCJITL
Copie of this interesting Inmk nmy le
liail of T. F. Kllttz, Tiieo. Bleiibaum
or fit the Watchman Ofliee.
J ust Received
A FRESH LOT OF ASSORTED -
;i ; At .ENNISS' Drug Store.
A Good SLATE- Given
AWAY 1 !
Any person purchasing 50 Onts worth of
HOOKS or Medicines, Ac., ; at ENNISS'
Dru Store will bex presented with a jjaod
slate, "'-J. v
LAMPS jAKD i
... GGGOSy '
AT REDUCED PRICES,
; .At ENNISS' Drug Store.
January 18, 1883. fl'A;-;
IT. YEBIIQ11 LIYIRY STABLES
'SHAVER ARE Y v
Preaent their compliments to the public
mad respectfully solicit a trial of their Es
tabiimnent. It is-complete in all thei-e-quirements
of first class business. 4 v.
Horses, Buggies, Carriages,
Phaetons, Wagons, &c.
AMD AUE COSFIDGNT OF GlVfJCO 'mSi
8iMjci.il provision and iiivorabio rates for
Boarding and keeping horses.) -Drovers
will find ood Stalls and Sheds
at our nlace.
tieiMsil M-commotl it ions for the benefit
Leo Street, SalisburVj NX. , .
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IT-STANDS AT TIIEIIEAD. r
,K1the liqht-ruxniSiqI '
That it is the acknowledged leader in
tbp Trade U n fact that cannot be disputed
a AA1ASY IMITATE IT,
KOKE EQUAL IT!
The Largest Armed,
The Lightest Runnine,
The Most Dt ioitiiut Wood-work.
AND IS WARRANTED
: - To he mrfde of the heRt mntorif!;
To:d :uiy iund ail kind of work,
x To he complete in eTery reiet't.
For Bale lv
X : BERNHARDT DR0S
J,: ' balinburr, .N.C
"Agents wailtel in unoccupied territory. .
. ; ; -Domestic Seirhfi Mnehiu Co.
' 42:ly 4 Riohmono. Va.
oiTinjxwm ox Aerixu bob jm u u buiou proa y
c(a, wJucu pejruieolc lUe auM-laoa ox to
jLiOUa, cxjetoata U)3 crM matter
ttk&t.aoUeew :a U: iirotciiiiii 'Xobo, Mia tot m
VitatlOU that CkiU'ja in Onf h, Jt .L&m
tbl&i5or(til l'j;.M tfr , trnstlt
StM ctrcuiAaa of l ti.otrfl, juiil tior t:i,
tKrrq'w ,mt. 6!1f-H clrt of h1 In
roaaamptictt. ?ti tiuiK-rw tw Mplct.-t
"tUaru. Ati.'- tv Kcutrt ) . vijii!. A
Ptm'J-l:4rtf bcon fwtai'i tfeat AM
U v-t em. utxiu
Inn tianiauo'i.uul it, r.j ur ti:3 no.
VJtnM owl rfw. A TteKAt rorrtlal, rhl!
d-tt tk it rfRdUy. l"..r CrM:u It la
IVs a..nd fit T!n-i'li4.
11,nlUVr wnUtlm. Vi!a. tai,iii.si tmnt
Vi ilit,tim.aa.TorpW JUver,J-.: ,
tUnla rrre j;litUj It Jem ot -fa
WTa-ll,"ainflat.inat bol.tuia auir.Mwtba
atautAoh, fv,f ,s ; ;?rt: t, !ar t - W -j m f ..
J. T .". tia f nrra t .C.T.r
-.vV4 . . fell
3 v!--f "rlor -thai MARKET GARDENER P&l
V : ; S?EDlSor the! PRIVATE FAMILY ! 55
' After a tftcrourti trial of tho
' ia suuoa' uat x cava oeen
i Kreauy neneutea by lta
r - bm. im rasters and Pabr
iao opsavsers win una it
of tno createst value
, wnero a Tonie is neces
.; eary. .1 recommend it
aa a reliable remedial
; Rirent, puasessin? nn
douttea nutritive and
Mmimile, A Oct. t, JoSi. :
nsrjiia Dra.HAr.TEa 2wicmn co., tn v, xua tx, si. una.
SAYE MONEY! SAYI MOSEY!
Having withdrawn all agencies and ;
placed our business on a strictly cash ba
sis, thereby saving Ageut'a Commissions
and losses by bad debts, we are enabled
to wl I our well known Fertilizers, viz :
Wilcox, Gibbsi & Com Manipulated
Wilcox, Gibb&Co Saperphophate,
direct to Merchants and Farmers at very
lno prices, by h$ single Tont Car-Load, or
larger quantity, for the cash.
, Write for prices. V i -
' Wilcox, GIbbs & Co.
Charleston, S.I C, or Savannah, Oa. I
9:3m XA j ;j j '.l1, i'h ; ; ..- , ,-;
We will sell !at public auction, at the late
residence of DJ Af Miller, dee'd, about two
miles from Salisburyon tleB JJringle's Fer
ry road, on Tuesday 20tb February, 1883.
all the personal! property i uciongmg io
his estate, consisimg oi uouscnom snw
Kitchen Furniture, Farming! Tools and Jm
plemnts of husbandry, ' -
- 250 Bushels of Corn,
Some Wheat. Horses, Cows, Wagons Bug
gy, a set of Blacksmith's tools, and other
articles too numerous to mention. - r
- J. P, TREXLER, ) Adm'rs of ;
C.W.STEWART, j D. A- Miller.
Jan'y SO, 1883. 16:1m
The adverliser having been permanently cure
it' tht dread disease, Consumption, by asimplt
reniedy.w anxious to make known to his teliow
offerers the means of cure. To all who desire
(o, lie will send a copy of the prescription used,
r free. of cbarge)ilh tie directions for prepsr
nng and wring the same, which they will find a
sA e CU RE for Couoks, Colps, Coksumptiow,
, Puma, Bronchitis, Ac. j -adi:irties
wishing the Prescription, will please
WTev Rev. E. A . WILSON, 194, Pen n;SU
dlrliamsburgh, N. Y. 20:ly
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CRA.Q
, UlNA WATCHMAN, ON NY
Si. 50 PER YEAR. s
Professinal Cards. -
J. it. 5ICCO;iKLE. 1IIFO. F. KI.UTT;
McCOEKLB & KLUTTZ,
A1 TCR5ETS AM) ( 17 ill C 1 K,j
Salisbury, K. C. - :
fS?"OfSee on Coiim il Street, oj r-ocite the
Couil IJoiiKe. - i onvm
Blateri and Henderson,
Attorneys,; C ouns elor s
(U crtiejjss at
Z II. Vavce. i W. H. FAiiiY
VANCE & EAILE Y,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS,
CIlirRtOTTE, 2 cj-
'Practice' inSitjrme Court of the United
tatcfi, Supreme it "ourl of North Carolina,
jeUral Court, ahd Count iff of Meeklenburjr,
TaL:irrtiK, Union, Gaalon, Kowan and David-
o:i. 0Oflice, two doom east of Indenen
tience Square : i- 33:tf
ZttaUlAsl 18i7 st 12 . 8ti Strut, 81. LCTOL X0.
rrHI PhTsieisns in cbaree cf tbia old nd wall kaw
A iaatitutioa ar reeulax gradontaa in nadiein aad
urfaf r. Tears or Sxperianoa tn tb traaUnenl af
Chnmlo Diaaaaea baa mada tbair aKlll aad ability
aa much auDerior to lau of tna ordiDarT ntae
tbat lb7 ha, amnirad a national tapntauoai taraagb
aaaa, wUkast n!n U.rrury or Foiaonoaa MadiabMa,
'YOUKQ flM ndtktM of B&kHla aa who ara
CXiSyMftiinbria front tea tffecaa Of
iUeu IUjU uabta ita far baalnttsa a luniua.
fteiioaa at lua bitl. mn At boot. Litl aitk aaa
rmnottT rnT4, nnd,rta earwaia. .
anu CvwalU4UA m fnitnti, wiuih t rEZfl mmt mTiaaat
lit of aoniioB n b uim4 b Wn aMuiaa awiaaaat
auiill froc la oy ad-lroM oa apalicaWoa.
Cratwaa oaaVriaa trmm Ka4anoaoaMaia4 aaairaaaMtfa
a4 WaraMaMai(talalr4Taatato. Itbaota traaaJP
CmtiBiK ir't". rifi'F eaaaaaial, a4 (aaula aa aMroawa
aitt. UCTTS IS Moras Sta Sfc. St. Lamia. Mo.
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aOHN F. EAGLE,
Intitr your attention, to hi shep, oj ponite
jM T.r' Ofliee. llepairing neat It nnl Diornpt
Jy ftone..- AH grades of tods made to order
Oct. iM. 'Sl:tf. ! . i. .
and Uarai RegUter TO AT T .
Industry, HL, ayK--
r - i "Iconaiderlt
a moat excellent Mznaxiv vn
tho debilitated vital forces.
" ' ' mmun "jr
fine f ot
COMING IN EVERY DAY AT
' NEW FURNITURE STORE,
COME TO THE NEW STOEE
' M pt eTeryttoi yon waat in tie Furniture -lie
1 1 'ZTi
Wert inspected in person at the Manufactories, and bought for cash at the lowest
prices, and warranted to be. of the latest styles and best quality, and will j be sold as
low as any House in the
A' Kice Cottage Ckaier set for only -----Fiie
sets for -
fine lalMt sets, Mle Tops, only :
Eaitae'Parlor sets for
Special terms made with country merchants who want cheap Beds in ohcdnxi-n and
half dozen lots. BfI will a!so ,iaTe on hantl a ful Hnef -COFFIK8, CAbKETS and
Undertakers7 goods all at the lowest prices
W. SMITHDEAL IS
with all the surrounding Towns and Cities
Engines, Boilers and 'Mining Machinery.
Horse Powers, Wheat Drills, Buggies, Pwetons, Carnages, Spnnr Vagons; Double and
Single Harness, Atlas and Giant Powder, Blasting Caps, Doable Topped Fuse. Elect rit
lilasting Machines, masting and nine fowder. i will sell velncles tor cah, until nisnu
tact urcrs prices adrance, at the following
ncss complete from $50 to $140. Top Buggies with Harness complete from $6$ to $200
I keep in sto-k vehicles manufactured by
Buggy Co., Columbus, Ohio; Whitney Wagon
Cincinnati, Ohio; Scchler & Co., Cincinnati,
HACHINHRY 1IAHUPJLCTU3ED BY
Beekett McDowet, New York,
uelser Jaanuracturlag; Vo,. Wai-uesboro, Pa.,
unities l.cufi o -o., fiinngueioviiio.
j I?OW I t'llt.
Kepanno Chemical CQ., PhlladelpLlaV Tn. Atlantic iHi.t row dtr Co., H. T.
j lluzard Powder Comp.iuy, New York. . r
"OFFICE 'UNDER MEHONEY'S OPERA HA I.L,
"WAKE KOOilS L'SDKK MKKOKEY's Ol'IJlA nl.I, AKD BOYDEK IIOCfE STOKE, XI AIM ST..
SALISBURY, N. C. '
- . W. SMITHDEAL.
SALISBURY, H. C.
MRS. DR. REEVES,
Formerly proprietress of this well known
House, has again leased it, and will lie
pleased to sec her many patrons when
thev visit Salisbury.
Jan'y 15, 1863. 1-tm.
I will mail (free) the recipe for a Mmple Vkg-
Table BALM that will remove Tan, FitKCKLEs
PiMPl.sand Plotciies, leafinjr thf akin tuift.
cle ir and beautiful; al.o uiMrnciion for produ
cing n luxuriant growth of hair rn a ha hi head
or smooth face. Addrew. iiu Io-;iii" 3c.tanu.
BEN. VA N DELF & Co., its Barclay St., N. Y.
Agrent for the CARDWELL
THE3HER, D. A. AT WELL.
WllEiX VO U WAXT
At Iiow Ficurea
Call on the uuderngntd a Ho. 2, Granb
D A. AT WELL
Salisbury .N O..June8 if.
W&8TERH t!. C. RAILROAD.
OFFICE GKN. PASSENQEK AGENT,
Salisbury, ir. C, October 12th, 1332
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Black Monntaln .
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Train No. 1
Connects at Salisbury with R, & P. n. E. from nil
points North and South and from Raleigh. Connects
ai SlAtestHle with A. T. &. o. Dlv. rl cf. c. A A. P..
R. Connects at Warm Springs with E. Tenn., Vp.
t Ga. U. K. lor Morrjstown and points South-v. est.
Train No. 2
Connects at Warm Springs with p. T. Va. A Ga.It.li.
rrpm Morrtstown & the South-West. Cennects at
Stalcsvllle wlih A. T t O. Dlv. ef C C. &. A. R. E.
and at Salisbury with' K. D. It. R. lor all points
North and East atd for Kalclgh.
on sale atSaUsburj", Si:Uesvllle, Ashevllle and the
Warm Springs to all principal clUei.
J. B. Mccainrdo,
Audr. G. F. & P. Agt.
i FOR RENT. -
SHOP & DWSLLIICGr !
Property siMiateil o:i Main Street, op
poMic .MfionevV II;.1I To rxamiiie prop
ei t and U at u eiin, npp'f to ;
: '; -".' fc'RS. 1 ITZ,
. f Owner
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country. Come and get I
$30, $35, and $40
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$40, $50 Ei3 $75
B. i. ? DAVIS' M
WANTED TO J01K TKEAF.KY!
in North Carolina against hili ! prices on
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Threshing Machines,
low prices, to wit : Open Buggies with liar
the following well known firms: Columbus
C o., Svr;n us, JC. Y. ; Emerson Fihcr Co,
Ohio; Davis, Gould & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio
Gli b & sif-m tt M?jmtacturlrg Co, TltasTllle, Ta
Blcktonl & lloninaa,-Mce.1one, N. Y.
s-kiemt : w too. tut, ra.
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ffffi'l A Btt'.lr Now aositival aaooiiva
r , RfmHj for tko vaoMlT aa4 wrauadl
oim of Sominal Bmiaaions no t Iiapatener r kt ul'
arc . Pimt aapiMUM. t. it. uJWhM r tim Umtm. TW
mm M ik. nn ty m . m tn..li.. 4 tma mm
wtik la ntlny fr i i mt XV. tkat m i Ii t n nam mmm
aMoiiiawniiwiiMm, m liM.t;r I rm T t
a m m w Uuynt ixir.. Fri .wimi MMoa
Mittnly IKTOW mm Oi mrrtt mm lftwu. It a aa
y tlx afaaiMl I'll a KWi mm imohJ tt tim
mm mt nrUM mti mxix taia m; ywlw aoaMa. n lUiMaj a
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Philadelphia Pre ; Jos. G. Wain will
make a trip through some of the Soiithot n
State-Jo; the sprin unless the 30(5 man
afcercan pet out au injunction torcstiuiu
him fit ui trampling dowp their ft incs,
Cousin Sally Dillant.
BY UAMIIyTON a"JONfES.
Scene. A court of justice in North
Carolina. . ' ! I; .
A beardless disciple of mienus rises
and thus addresses the court: "May
it please your worship and i you geu-
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tiemen oi incjury, since it uus uceu
mv fortune (itikhI or , bad.! I will not
say), to exercise rtiyself-Sini legal dis
quisition,, it has never befallen me to
D6 ouugeu to prosecute so uireiuny
marked an assault. A more wilful.
violent and tfanveruus i battery, and
fiually a more, diabolical breach of
the peace, has seldom happened in a
civilized country, and been1 your duty
to pass upon upon one so shocking to
benevolent - feelings, as Jhis which
took place ; over at ; Captain Rice's in
this county y but jou will wear irom
the witnesses.' ' j L'-5 -.'
The .witnesses, being sworn, two or
three were examined and deposed.
One said that he heard the noise, bit t
did not see the fight ; another that he
saw the row but did not know who
struck first, and another! that he was
very drunk and couldu l say much
about the skrimmage.
Lawyer Chops-I am sorrr, gen
tlemen, to hae occupitd your time
with the stupidity! oi the witncs&es
exanuued. it arises, geiitlenu-n, al
loijciiier iroui a iiiisaiiiirfucnsiuu on
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my part;. Had I known us I do, that
I had a wituess who was acquainted
with all the circumstances of the case,
and who was able to make himself
clearly understood! to. the court and
jury, I should not Jiave trespassed so
long u your patience. Come for
ward, Mr. Harris, ami be sworn.
bo torwaru comes the witness, a
fat ch u fly "old maw, a "leetle" corn
ed, and took his oath with an air.
Chops -Harris" we wi-diyou to tell
about the riot that hnppctid the other
day at Captain Rice's, and as a good
deal oi tune has already been wasted
in circumlocution, we wish you to be
com pend nous, at the same time as ex
phcit as possible. ,
Harris Adzackly giving. the law
vera knowing wink, at the Kinie time
clearing his throat.) Captain Kite, he
gut a. treat, and cousin bally Di Haiti
hhe come over to our house and axed
me if niv wife she mouiiln't g? J
told c u-iin Sally Di! lard my wife was
poorly, betu as how she had a touch
of rheumatics in the hip, and the big
swamp was up in the road, there haviu
beeu a great deal of rain lately, but
howsoever, as it was she, cmisiti ballv
Dillard, my wife she moot go. Well
then cousin Sally Dillard then axed
me if Mose he inoutn't go ? 1 told
cousin Sally Dillard! that he was the
foreman of the crap, and the crap was
smartly m the grass, but howsoever,
as it was she, cousin Sally Dillard,
Alose he tnotit go.
Chops In the name of common
sense, Mr. Harris, what do you mean
by tins rigu a rn i
a m 1
witness Uat)tain;liice. he jrin a
treat, and cousin Sally Dillard, she
come over to my house and axed nit
if my wife she moutnV"go? and I
toid c-nisin Sally Dillard
Chops Stop, ir,;if you please;
we don t want to nar about your
Sally Dillard or your wilej tell u?
about the hght at Rices.
a a I V aaa a
Wiines-s ell, 1 will sir, it you
will let me.
Chops Well, sir, go on.
" Witpess Well, sir, Captain Rice
he gin a treat ami cousin vally Dil
lard, she come over to my house and
axed me if my wife she moutn't go?
Chops Here it is again. Witness,
please to stop. j
Wituess Well, sir, what do yon
Chops We want !to know about
the fight, and you must not proceed
in this impertinent story. Do yon
knsw anything about the matter be
fore the court ? f
Witness To be sure I do.
Chops AVell, go ou then, and tell
it, and nothing else. ;
Witness Well, Captain Rice, he
gin a treat
Chops This is intolerable. May it
phase the court, I move that th
.witness be committed for contempt.
Ho seems to be -trifling with the
Court Witness, you are before the
ourt of justice, and unless you be-
i ave yourself in a more becoming
ii anner you will be sent to jail ; so
txgin and tell me what you knowj
li e fight at Rice s.
Witness Well, gentlcnier.,Captain
Kice he gin a treat, and cousin Sally
Dillard . 1 .
Court (after delilerating),Mr. At
torney, the court is of opinion that
we may save time iyi letting the wit
i e-s go on in his own: way. Proceed,
Mr. Harris, with your ! story, but
sii:k to the point. j -
Witness Yes, gentlemen. Well,
Captain Rice he gin a treat, and
i ousin Sally Dillard 1 come over to
our house and axed :me if my. wife
she. moutn't go? I told cousin. Sally
Dilfard that my wife phe was poorly,
bein' as how she had the rheumatics
in her hip, aud the big swamp was
up, howsoever, as it was 1 she; cousin
ally Dillard, my wife slie niout go.
Well then cousin Sall Dfllaitl then
axed me if Mose moutn't go ?N I old
cousin Sally Dillard as how Mose
was foreman of the crap and the crap
it was smartly in the grass,, but how
soever, as it was she, cousin Sally Dil-lard,-Mose
he mout go do they goes
on together, Mose, my iwile and cous
in Sally Dillard, and they, comes tu
the big swamp, and it was up, as I
was WUio' you ; but! bein' as how
hro wna n loo- ncToss the big swamp
cousin Sally Dillard and Mose, like
genteel folks, walke.1 the log, but my
itnfi. .'liLaa n ilnrned lool huistcd nci
coats and watleil through.
aaa at p a a w mrm - . - g
Chops Heaven and earth, this is
oo bad ; but go on.
Witness Well, that is all I" know
about tho figlit.
To Protect Tobacxx) f Plant
. '. . - m a t " tl
Beds. A writer in the Asiievuie
Citizen gives the foil wing plan to
protect tobacco plant beds from the
fly-: ;' ....
Enclose the beds, as soon as con
venient after seedimr. with planks
from twelve to fourteen inches wide,
one inch thick, set up ou edge, and
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held in place by small sucks uriveu
into the ground on each side,'the ends
latminsrl and the earth "from the
inaiilP rirnwil UD to tne DOllOln OI
tim ntnnlr ham tn leave no oueniu
through wich the flea or fly ciu pass,
aUU as lb UOPS Jioi nw mwc w
twelve inches above the ground, it
would be prevented from entering
the patch." . . . , .' . -
The Fraud" of "Pairs.' The
rule ought to obtain that ' when a
Senator or Representative leaves Jus
hpost of duty to Iwk after his private
business or to sees pleasure ins pay
should cease, and the party to which
he beloiigs should be made to stiller
the loss or . disadvantages of his ab
sence. This would tend more thati
any thine to secure prompt attention
to Dubliu busiuess. There are now
fully one-third of the Senators absent.
There has not been a day since Con
gress convened that fully one-third of
the tmfmbers of the Senate were iiot
absent attending to their private af
fairs. It shnn Id be stopped some way
or other. Washington Critic.
Washington Critic: The great floods
that have inundated the Western
State., destroyed an immense amount
of property and causing a great loss
or! lie, can bet raced almo.st directly
to the felling of the forests with
which that part of the country vas
once so heavily covered. In spite of
this obvious facl there is a lobby here
working to hae t!ic tariif on liimlM.r
contiuufd. '1 he greetl and utter sel
fishne4 of these men will be silently
rebuked if Conjness has any reuaid
for the real interesl of the country.
. iCii mm . ,
Na m In ST Streets.
Coif anion Caused by Giving Ute Fuviil-
uir 'iS'avws vf Iroaun.
f'fexas .SUifiingi. '
Why.it was done .we cannot say,
but (pine a number of the streets ol
Austin have been named afier females.
Such names as Kmuia, Laura, Isabel
la, stare at you in large letters from
almost every corner. 1 lie Austin
Ktple, or some -of them at least, have
become tolerably familiar with Maria,
Julie, Sus in aud the rctt, but strau-
sjersare liable to become bewildered
by the singular nomenclature.
A gentleman from Dallas, who had
only a fe hours to spend iirour pity,
wi?hed to take a look at the new cap-
itol, aud not knowing where it was
matle inquiry of the first man he met.
"Can vn tell uie how 1 can iiud
the new lemporary capitol ?"
"Thai's easy enouu. Are you fa
miliar with KiiMiia .street?"
'l am not. 1 have no actpiain:
ame with any lady of thai name,
l heie is a lamily ty that name in
Dallas, but 1 am not actptaiutcd with
them. D es Kmma Street live near
The Austin man stared at the stran
ger fof a moment, and then, pointing
down Mngm lia avenue, said ;
4 You s?e where Maria comes into
The Dailus man looked in the di
rection (Miiuled out ami perceiving a
fat old negro woman with a big bas
ket ou her arm, nodded his head in
u ell, you intil take Maru until
you to the corner of .Elizabeth,
and until Peggy and Saiah come. to
gether, and then you will beallright.'
''Look here, my friend, if you think
I am that kind of a man because i
come from Dallas you are m'ost con
foundedly off. 1 want you to under
stand that J am a gentleman. .
'You dog-gasted idiot retorted the
Austin man, 'if 1 was-as bad . off for
brains as you are 1 would bore a hole
in my empty skull and hire a uiggerl
a . I
to pour in ten cents worth ol cheap
The Dallas man shook his fist at
the native and said, 'I've, alway
heard that the State Lunatic'Asylum
was too small to accommodate all the
lunatics but now I know it and he
moved off toward Esmeralda, while
the other party leaned up agaiust the
corner of Ann aud Matilda aud glar
ed after him as he disappeared iu the
direction of Martha.
Three hundred persons attending g
circus iu Russian Poland ou Satnrla
afternoon perished by the burning f the
building. ' ,. :...." r . y
Tota Hanis WanteJ!
Three or fonr hands to work on a, Tobacco
Plantation 7 miles from Ashe vi lie, N. C.
Two married men with working hands pre
ferred. One of them must be a good man
ager of horses and able to take care of stock.
Both should know something about tobac
co farming. Apply to '
L J. D. McNEELY.
Jan. 11, 18S3. Salishun-, N. C,
J Mil -awwwwiri I IU
home office. iSr.vrov J
Police Guaranteed for their fun
ue, neenreu vy an ample fund. tsrfjfLi
in U. k. Bonds, which h inertaitfr
every year, from the thte Annual J
ments of fcS.OQV ver fil.ooo .." -?
.... . . , v-,vv Htnrttmm
: -OPFICE.RS j
Hon. Alex. II. H. Stuakt, President S
Hon. Marshall Haxger, Vice I'n-jJ .
Hiram.-. Cookkl 8 rrfn,.
YtF ll. yi kout, i reasurer,
William Forbes, General Aent
a-k a v rtrm, . .m -
Dr. Cabtkb Berkeley, Medical Exm
, 1 DIRECTORS,
A. H. II. Stuart, j
C h. Cooke, !
r ti '
O. G. Go,K h, j
W E. Crai i
P. n. Trout,'
O. P. Baker,
TY. B. McCbcsnej;
Thd Valley Mutual Life Associate
presents tbe t olio wing pp
to such Persons as desire to bee
. The payment of SS.00 for nu'mhcrsL;
j.uv' Hunvii"j ", iiiiuc ears, common!;'
one year from date of Policv.-flnd thereriri-
An rt 1 1 .1 - i: r " ... T'T
assessments' at thei death of end, meniLr
will Entitle a iiiimher to a CcrtificaW
nil .lt . .
the legv I Jieirsori assigns, in ninety ,
irom approval oi aeain nonce.
TABLE Oil ASSESSMENTS
FOa A MKMBEKSHir Or CHS Tnoi8ND D0LU. '
f ; A axfcm w'a t r?l gg : Ajm mJJjjj!r: A Mn4a"a
As we h.tve before stated, the i-ollcles l!wi br
tbe "Valley iluteal" are miarani Ml. We dn ai
prt'.mlse ttp,iy '-as many dollars as any u!mcs4icbi
will yield ; bat Bay the amount. Insured for vfllbt
paid in lull. In onitn for us to do this a jjuarapttt
fund lias been firovlded, wlilcb. as will be m tnm -our
annual stut menu now amounts to ovir ra,j.
This fund is lncreawd every year irom tbe Uiret
annual payments or five dolUrs per i,tio insurance.
It Is the intention ol our Board of Directors &l.
crease this fund to an amount wulcb a ill hi any
emergency be lully adequate to meet any poible
deficiency arltlns noro a failure to rmlveeiiwrt
from an a&sesinent to pay a loss.
In this one respect the "Valley Mutnarclilmi
greansupertority over all co-operative asBoj-latjoaa,
Not one of theiu has this all important 'eature.
Not. one of them provides a fund for the proteqUw
of members, and not one of them guarauleetadpaT
one cent more than they collect by an aissesKmriit
DIt. JNO. F. FOARD, Agi
15:2m - ' j
North Garoiina Railroad.
CCKOEHS ED SCHEDULE, j
TKAIXSGOINQ EAST. l
Dsle.At.r. 3U, liWll No. 51. I o. i3,
1 1 Daily. Daily.
" High Point ..
A rr. (ireenxlloro ....
Iea ve (1 rK"tiUi u .
Lv. 14 ........
4.46 p. H.
a a t
Ho. 17 lily eicej't Saturday, j .
Leave Greensboro 5 00 p. m. ' '
Arrive st Raleigh 1.51 a. ni.
Arrive at GohMboro 72ft " '
No. 51 Gonnectx at Greensboro with RA
D. K. II. for all rini- North, Eat and WW
via. Danville. Af GohUboro with W. & W.
Ii. K. for 'Wilmington. j j
N.. 5.t Connects at Salinbtirj with W.jK,
C, l. II. furall porntsin Wenlern N.CaroIinj
daily at Greeniloro with K. & J). K. K. for all
ioints North, East aiid Weft. I
"t1:ains'gi"n7j west. T
Date, Feb. 19, 18S2.
No. 52, f
Arrive Kaleigb ....
Arrivs Dnrhanr .....
" II illaboi, ......
Greena). ro.. 1
Arrive Hix Piorst
10.00 a. n.
No. 18, Daily ex.builday-Lv.GoldidYaJL&OlIsi
1 Ar.Kaleita 7,ff P
, j Lt. 6.00 ssi
No. 50 Cormtcts st CLarlolte with 1. 4 A.
Air Line for all point n in the South aad Sclfc
west, and wilh C.U.A A. R. R. for all poUts
South and Southeast.! , M
is: 52 Connect al Charlotte with A. f Pr
Air Line Tor all point booth and aoutbweni
at Charlotte with C. p. A A. K. R. with! ill
points South and Southeast. --
FJ. W. ft. C. RAILROAD.
VI JI m.Wm 1 4rii I arra .a a 1 - Wm
rsl i :: 38 : IS : 53 j tZ
l I 40 j 3 5 79 : 64 : i2
y : 41 84 : 65 u5
't 61 ; 41 85 5fi vs
ST J 52 42 M '! s; tm
ITS j 63 4t t ; M Z
Sr9 j 64 44 'i 58 1
SW H 45 1 00 611 fij.
tn I 61 " 48 1 05 ci to
Zt I Ci -4X 1 10 6! tm
Si j 6 4S 1 16 r.3 jr;
31 1 - " J 1S Ja
3 - : f-9 : oo : 1 : 65 .: 35
' " No. 52 ' j" '
Goikg West. i No. 50 Daily, (
? Daily. ex.Ssaday.
Lv. Greensboro 9 25ptu 950am j
Ar. Kernersvine 1041 u 1041 t -
M Salem 1125 11 S5 u L
No. 51. ' T"
Got ko West. Daily. No. 53.
h ex. Son. Daily.
Leave Salem ) 5 15 am 600 pa
Ar. Kernerville I 5 50 44 4 M j
Greensboro 7 00 A 00 L
STATE UHlVERSIfY RAILROAD.
Daily ex. Sm.
Arrive L'nivemiv...;. ......
m, iiitu iurrallT....t......
Arriva Chapel liilll....
12.10 p m
Pullman Sleeping Cars without CliaBp
On Train No. 50, Nsw York and Aiiaats viy
Washington & Danvilie, and between urea-air
Itoroand Charleston J t
On Train Jfa. 52, Richmond and CharlslU
Waohingion and Charlotte via Danville. f
eSTThronsh Ticket on saleatGreenaboro,
Raleieh. GoldKboro. Salinbarv and Charlotte,
and at all principal points South; Southwest,
West,No0h and Eat, For Emigrants rates tf
Iuisiana, Texas, A r kansas and the Soathwet?
vailrcMg - i. . A. JrUfJSs i.
;Gen. Paengei Afh ;
i i -. i
2J:ly J - Richmond, a-
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