LIME, KAIN1T ft PIASTER!
Building Lime, Agricultural
ime, Land Plaster add
Atul Veni mew. Send for circular.
FRENCH BROS,, Kocky Point, N.C.
..-ie I Hi w
IT STANDS AT THE HEAD.
Tliiit it is the acknowledged leader in
thTrtfde fa a fact that cannot be disputed
MANY 'IMITATE IT,
NONE EQUAL IT!!
The Lightest Running,
The Most Beautiful Wood work.
AND IS WAKKANTED
To be made of the beat material.
To do any and all kinds of work.
To he complete in every respect.
For aale bv
jsalinbury, Ji. C
4genta wanted in unoccupied territory.
Domestic Setting Machine Co.
42:ly Rich monk, Va.
TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS
Alt persons liavtng claims against the
estate oi uaiucw nice, ucccaMMi, urenereoy
notified to exhibit the same to the under
signed on or before the 12th day of April,
A- D. 1884. And sill persons Indebted to
said estate are requested to settle promptly
April 14, 1883. TpotoAs D. Rii B,
pd Executor of Cathew Rice, dee'd.
BRING YO UR . TOBA CCO
ff AB EH-OUSE !
(Late of Pilot Warehouse, Winston, N.C.)
Business Manager and
Hale of Ens in aial Boiler.
I will expose to Public Sale at the Court
House door on Saturday the 2d day of
June, 1888, at 3 o'clock, P. M.one 25-borse
power return Tubular Boilers end one
10x12 Centre Crank Engine with all fixtures
complete atl nearly new.
The property can be seen until day of j
-ft ft ..'!' r1 . I
sale on the property Known as Jacoo uru
pys Ajjncr Mine, five miles from Salisbury,
adjoining the lands of 1 obi as Rentier aud
others in Rowan county, 3$" Terms Cash.
May 1, 1888. J. R. KEEN.
29:4U k r
On Handed Knee.
How Georgia Chinamen Approached
Their Minuter. -Oriental Senili
ty Fourisliing at the Oemdent.
SALES EVERY DAY.
Good Prices Assured.
MODATIONS FOR MAN
NO SALE, NO CHARGE !
Insurance and Storage Free.
Liberal Cash Advancements made on
Tobacco held by us for future sale.
KLTJTTZ, GASKILL & CO.
I No. T Iron Gray Mare, eight years old.
Wananted sound aud to work anywhere.
Will be in Salisbury -every Saturday until
sold. For further particulars call at this
Salisbury, April Jl, 1888. 26:2t
BLACKMER & HENDERSON
Sulisbury, N, Q.
Jau. 89d, ?9-tf.
, M. McCORKLK. T. F. KLUTTZ.
Hi i OHKLi; & KLUTTZ,
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS
Salisbury, N. C.
Office on Council Street, opposite the
ftERR CBAIGK. L. II. CLEMENT.
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
Salisbury, N. C.
Feb. 3rd, 1381.
J. KBODES BROWNE, PRES.. W. C. COART, SEC.
Total Assets, $710,74512.
A Home Company,
Seeking Home Patronage.
Term Policies written on Dwellings.
Premiums payable One-half cash aud bal
ance in twelve months.
J. ALLEN BBOWN, Agt.,
25:6m. Salisbury, N. C.
BOOTS, SHOS & GAITERS, made to
order: All ork First Class Seventeen Vears Ex
perience. AU Material of the best snide, and work
done In the latest styles "
Heady made work always oa band' Repairing
neatly and promptly done. Ordf rs by mall prompt
ly tilled. Win. J. Eagle.
M:ly, Sii.isBLXr. N.C
SALE of LAND
On 3fonday the 28th day of May next, I
will sell at the Court House door in Salis
bury a tract of
B ACRES OF LAND
belonging to the estate of Dawalt Lentz
said land adjoins the land of Mrs. M. A.
Lent, and others. The bidcing will be
retopened at the sum of $1 35.30.
Terms of Sale : One third cash down
as soon as the sale is confirmed and a credit
of six and twelve months will Ik; given on
the other two-thirds with interest from day
of sale at 8 per cent. J. W. MAUNEY.
Increases in popularitv
every day, as ladies find it
cornet ever worn. Mer
chants ;iy it gives the best
satisfaction of any corset
they ever fold. Warrr.nt d
satisfactory or money rc-
WasHIKGTOX, May 7. It will be
remerubered that the case of two
Chinamen who lived in Georgia, aud
who sustained worldly damage at the
hands of the populace, came on here
to have thetr wrongs redressed and
J Mastered over with government shek
es. The Chinese Minister called the
attention of the State Department to
the case. The result was that the
Chi namen were informed that redress
must be through the courts. The
claimants employed a regular attor
ney here to conduct their case.
lhrough him it is learned that in
the intercourse between bis clients
and (he Chinese Minister, the cus
tom of the effete Celestial empire were
rigidly adhered to. The Chinese
Minister is of royal blood. He is a
grand tycoon of three buttons and a
royal peacock leather. He is a sacred
being to the common herd, a prince
of high degree. In short, he is in
China what Don Cameron used to be
in .the United States boss. The
attorney for the aggrieved Chinamen
wasj to use his own expression com
pletely paralyzed when he made his
first visit with his clients to the au
gust Minister. He did not know
what was goiug to happen. He was
taken completely by surprise. The
three repaired to the Chinese ICa
tionft which is located in the house
that Boss Shepperd built and lived
in before his collapse. They were
shown info'tpie audience chamber.
When the Chinese Minister entered.
me Attorney acted like aoy other
r l ..-..
Meiican nan would under the cir
cumstances. He advanced, bowed
and shook hands, with the almond-
eyed ofljcial. He looked around ex-
willing uui itis eiionis woumi iu
likewise. At first he saw nothing of
r i , t. i i .
mem. xmii ne ncarci amigutv otunp-
ing on i he floor. Looking down he
beheld tje two Chinese prostrate.
lUcy were beating their foreheads
upon the canet. They did not look
up or arise until the Minister bade
them, Even standing they showed
the most servile front. Two or three
times after ihis-ttw- attorney eallcd
with his clients ri pun the Minister.
livery time the same beating of
4 f. ft i . ft. as m k ft A I - Li
ncuun iiTKii me noor was trone
through with. Thus right in the
midst of our enlightened civilization
do the mummery practices of Orient
11 patients, Cabarrus 4, Gaston 4
Lincoln 4, and Union 4. Since the
oueuimr of the Insane Asylum at
Raleigh in Feb.. 1856, to the present
timej Mecklenburg county has ha
fifty-three patients in the Institution
under treatment, and, as stated above
new has eleven in the Western Asy
lum at Morganton.
A California Hero. -The re
cent explosion of a gunpowder fac
tory at Bcrkelay, Cal., developed a
hero. Frank Roller saw the shower
of sparks set -fire to a taupaulin on
the deck of a schooner lying at
wharf. He knew that 50 tons of the
explosive was aboard the vessel. The
Crew were aVare of it, too, and they
scampered away as fast as possible
But Holler leaped through the win-
dow of his house, ran to the perilous
craft and extinguished the flames by
throwing on water with a bucket. If
fire had reached the cargo the town
and everybody in it would have been
A clever rejoinder was that made
by a popular actress to the unsavory
gossip circulated concerning her: "I
have uot the time to be half as im
proper as people say I am." And nine
times out of ten tins is true of all
the much abused aud handworked
The regular annual meeting of the Stockholders
oi tne estern :su;-t a Carolina Kail Road Company
will take place In Salisbury. N . C, on the third
Wednesday in May, I6s3.it being the l tit h day or
me inonm. u. r. jikwin,
SaUsbury, N .C, April 10, 1883. Sec. & Trees,
or sale by
J. D. GASKILL only,
Salisbury, N. C
Jine 0t of
A U. VAKCB. W. II. BAILtY.
VANCP & BAILEY,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS,
CHARLOTTE, N. O.
Practice in Supreme Oonrt of the United
Stales, Supreme Court of North Carolina,
Federal Courtsand Connties of Mecklenburjr.
Cabarrus, Union, Gaston, Rowpn and Davidson-
I55u.0ffi.se, two doors east of Indepen
dence Square- 33:tf
SSSJI WHEN YOU WAHT
AT LOW FIGURES
Call on the undersigned at NO. 2, Granite
1tow- P. . ATWELL.
Agent for the "Card weUThresher,"
Saliabnry, N. C, June 8th-tf.
Jffiet! ff antefl ! !
The attention of Farmer and the gener
al public is called to the fact that
T. J, MORGAN
ITas opened a First Class FAMILY GRO
fcERY STORp next W to K&JS &
Taylors Hardware, where he will krp?a
full linerfj fresh good, such aa Fjoyr, Mettl,
Racon Salt, Suga, fffee, Tea.-Ac ' '
Also a fresh and, complete stock of
ttd Taney Groceries.
Will pay the. highest cash prices for But
ter, Egjrw, Chickens, and all saleable coun
January 18 1883.
'UBSCHIKE FOR rJ HE C1UC
LIN A W A TCH WA N. ON I.Y
i J. 50 PER YEA II.
Fail lire of the lteviscd Bible.
T. "i ., A -
a i nas oeen botfced for sonietim,e
that uothmg is heard of, or said about
the revised Bible, which was to take
the place of the original old book in
all the civilized homes in thecoirnfry
and upon inquiry it is found rh-it the
revised edttioa is remarkable fr its
success as a failure. The bodk' stores
here in Charlotte call it ck4fl stock
aiid in New York they aifc selling
editions of Kite revisetl New Testa
ments now for wifateveMt1 will bring
in ounces ai d pounds. -It was a stu
pendous failure. No one would read
it; no.oue would buiit. Booksellers
haye had enormou loads f it that
they cannot carry, 4ul, as it was not
worth a cent iuhe market, it was
sold as old paper to be turned into
the vats in the paper mill ami soak
ed ifctO Dull). A iir
COME TO THE NEW STOREr1
when the book was first issued
to people who were anxious for curi
osity sake to look at it, but as soon
as their curiosity was gratified the
sale stopped short, and it has never
started up again. Half a dozen
schemes have been tried by the book
publishers to get rid of their useless
stock, and a great many have been
waiting patieutly in the hope that
some genuine interest would !.
manifested by Bible readers in the
new version i but they have all been
greviously left. The bo k is com
mercially good for pulp and nothing
r rft . - U I
more. Hie people who did bnv th t
COMING IN EVERY DAY AT
NBjV FURN1IURE STORE.
Main Str. Next Door to J. F. Ross.
And pt everftimi yon fait ii tie Furniture line
At the LOWEST Prices.
AU, MY GOODS
nere lnspectea in person at tne Jianuiactories, and bought for cash at the lowest
prices, and warranted to be of the latest styles and best quality, and will be sold as
low as any House in tue country. Come and get
A Nice Cottaje Chamber set for only $25 JIB
Rue sets for - $30, $35, aai $40
Fine Walnnt sets, Marble Tops, only $55
Hanflsome Parlor sets for .440, $50 and $75
Cheap Beds at $3.50
Special terniB made with counuy merchants who want cheap Berts in one dozen anil
halt dozen lots. will also have on hand a full line of COFFINS. CASKETS and
Undertakers' goods all at th. lowest prices at
R. M. DAVIS' New Store.
WESTERN N. C. RAILROAD.
OPICE GEN. PASSENGER AGENT,
Salisbury, N. C.r October 12th, 1882
.Ib111 stations. pTo.ian
Arrive 5.45 t u ....Salisbury Leave 8 10 ii
3-w Newton....... k J s
" 2.10 " ....Hickory t'S
H 18,54 - ....Moreanton.... lo'Is
10,08 " Black Mountain . lS r x
. " .w ....Asheviiie..!.. m "
Leave coo ....Warm sprlnw " 5 44
" .oo ....Pigeon Mve
Train No. 1
connects at Salisbury wta R. a d. R. R. from all
points NorUiand Soutntand from Rftfefeh. Connects
t Statesvllle wiOa A. T. o. Div. Of C. C. & . R
R. Oonnecte at Warm Springs with E. Tenn., Va!
& Oa. R. R. for Morrlstown and polDta South-West.
Train No. 8
owhects at Warm Springs with e. t. Va A Ga R R.
5S r0 the South-Wftjat. connects" at
oiawaruic Willi A. X. it O.
and at Salisbury with R,
North and East and for Raleigh:
; Throuajh Tickets
oa sale t SSMsburr, StatesvlUe, Asheviiie and the
w SPI?H6 to U Principal clUes.
J B. Macmurdo,
Audr.G.F.: p Avt
atat-esvllle wlih A. T. & O. Dlv f n r .
- - - - w v. J. JV. II.
GEO. A. EGLE,
W. A. MORGAN,
Eagle & Morgan
We are prepared-to do any kind of
work at our Shops on Lee Street, ( W. M
Barker's Old Stand.)
SALISBURY, N. C.
PORSE-SHOEING and atl kinds of
Blacksmithing done promptly and with ex
pedition. Impairing of Carriages, Buggies
and Wagons done promptly and in first
class style. Painting and finishing of fine
Work will be done by W. M. Barker.
All we ask is a trial.
Jan. 10, 1883. i3-tf
-N O TI C E t
JOHN F. EAGLE,
Invites your attention to his shop, opposite
Mayor's Office. Repairing neatly and prompt
ly done. A II grades of goods made to order
Oct. 1st, '81:lf;
revised have laid it away and the old fnownljiashc Nathan Brown lotcontamin
book holds U l,,.0 ,i .pjono halt acre, more or less. Terms to L
DOOR Holds AU place on the himilyf announced on day of sale.
n tue pulpit. Journal
Puisuant to an order of the Superior
Uourt ot Kowan county, I will offer at pub
lic sale, at the Court House in Salisbury, on
1st Monday of June, 1883, bidding to com
mence at 1 1,105.50, a valuable tract of land,
known as the Old May Place, in Providence
Township, Rowan County, adjoining the
lands ot Sam 1 Eller, Tobias Kcslcr and
others, containing about
. j it -
wiin comfortable u welling and necessary
outbuildings. There is a good orchard on
the premises, and good indications of gold.
TERMS: One-third cash, and the bal
ance in equal entailments at six and twelve
... . i . i j . . ,
iiiwiiuip, im mu'ieM uum uate or sale, at
eight per t ent. Title reserved until pur
chase money is all paid.
J.'SAM'L McCUBBINS, Com'r.
FOR SALE !
On Monday the Tth day of May next, at
the Court-House in Salisbury, I will sell a
TRACT OP 125. ACRES,
mote or less, belonging to the estate ot
John Graham, dee'd. This land U situated
in Atwell township, and adjoins the lands
owueci oy the hens ot b. H. Hart and oth
ers, and is a part, of the old Wiu. B. Atwell
plantation. It is as fine a tract of land as
there is in Rowan county, well timbered,
containing some very tine bottom land,
about. six miles from Mooresville.
Terms or Sale: One third of the pur
chase money ro1e paid as soon as the sale
is continued, the other two-thirds in six and
twelve months, with interest from day of
sale at eight per cent.
. Title reserved until all the purchase
money is paid.
J. G. FLEMING, Adm r
March 27, 1883. J of John Graham.
P. S. Mr. Goodnight, on the premises;
Mr. John S, E. Hart, or Bingham Hart, will
show the land to any one who may desire
to see it. rf 24-fit
Jonx M. BjacjWct als, Ei-ParU.
In pursuance 6fnn order or decree of the
Superior Court of Rowan County, I, the
commissioner appointed by the Court, will
sell at public sale at the Court House door
in the town of Salisbury, on Mondav the
28th day of May 1883, the following de
scrilied real estate, to wit i One house .and
lot trontmg on Main street in town of Gold
Hill, adjoining NL B. McCanles?, F. II.
Mauuey and George Walton, said lot being
The Original aid still the Best !
INSIST OK It A VI NO ALLCOCK'S, THE
EN CINE POROUS PLASTER.
t" ' J
One of the most remarkable nventionso
the present age is Allcok's Porous Plas
ters. Thby are the result of years of chero
ical study, and only time and experience
has brought them to their present perfec
tion. Testimonials are received every day
of the wonderful cures of Sprains, JUT eak
Back, Rhematism, Lumbago", Paralysis and
hosts of other diseases. Of course the vast
sales and. great success of Allcock's Porous
Plasters have caused numerous plasters
to be brought before the public which, be
ing called porous, would give the worlcHo
understand that tliey were a similar, article
to the genuine. We wonld most particular
ly caution the public against these hum
bugs. They contain none of the healing
gums that are used in Allcock's, but are
simply a combination of lead, red pepper
and rubber, and are vaunted in long wind
ed advertisements as an improvement on
Allcock's. Porous Plasters. Beware of
the hazy and untrue statements and never
use any of these so-called porous frauds. -,
Allcock's Porous Plasters
Ti . . .
i-rosen. nit comiplinte,,. .
.d respeetfully SIT?
iHiuisnient. it. . . l"inrk; '
ia-oraes, Buereiea n
' HE TO -ox-,.... '
-wenr of tafttaJ
- Special provision and'X
BoaroUnff and knu i 'ttVo
HE 18 rnxvn...
. . .i.r.M- QV
i i ft L
and keenini. ru
Drovers will findr "'S P
at this place. N
Special accoinmodationt r
f C6n.mercial TravS W th
Lee Street, Salisbn
Relieve Debility and Nervousness.
Allcock's Plasters worn on the region
of the kidneys warms the spinal marrow
which is a continuation of the brain, im
parting new vitality and power to the spine
they stregthen that mighty organ and fill
it full of foreign electricity or nervous fluid.
Thus they will restore to the busy active
brain ot man or woman, the energy and
ability which has been lost by disease, wor
ry or overwork. They restore vitality
where there has been debility and nervous
ness, and prevent loss of memory and pa
ralysis. Physicians highly recommend them
for nervous debility, whether arising from
dissipation or overwork. They are now
known to be the great regenerators of the
nervous system and sre invaluable in all
cases of hysteria.
CONTOOCOOK, If . H., )
March 3, 1880 J
I have been greatly troubled with Rheu
matism and Weak Kidneys. I was advised
to try Allcock s Porous Plasters (had
used two other kinds of so-called Porous
Plasters which-gave me no relief) but one
of yours has worked like a charm, giving
I . I r a v " .
mo complete reuei, ana i nave not been
troubled with Rheumatism and Kidney
Complaint since using them, and I consider
myself cured. Edward D. Burkham.
Broixolila,l TrouTolos .
122 C St., Washington, D. C,
January 7, 1882. f
I take great pleasure in recommending
.i.lcock"s Porous Plasters. I was in-r
dnced to try them by Mrs. Samuel J. Ran
dall, and I found them everything desired.
I utd four other so-called Porous Plasters
hfore procuring Allcock's : they were per-
ivi-uy useivss. oui immeu lately upon ap
plying two of Allcock's to my chest uiv
cokumtu bad cough were at once relieved.
I want you to send me one dozen forth
with. JOHN T. INGRAM.
Hammel's Hotel, Rockawat
Beach, N. Y., May 19, '82.
Allcock's Plasters have been of such
great service to me and mine that I feel,
a duty to state the facts, as briefly as possi-
oie, to inuuee others to use them. My wife
for many . 3'ears was confined to her bed;
suffering from spinal disease. After spend
ing a thousand dollars in vain effort to et
cured, she applied three Allcock's Plas
ters to the .spinal column, one above the
other. In a tew days all pain left her
She applied fresh plasters every two wH.-ka
and in the course of two months she com
pletely recovered her health. At first she
could hardly walk across the room ; each
a ay sue walked a little further, and now
she is able to walk five miles without f-
tigne. She still occasionally applies the
plasters to her back, but she has been ner-
fectly well for upward of a year.
LEWIS L. HAMMEL.
A FRESH LOT OP ASSORTH)
w GARP.EN SEE1
A Good SLATE GjJ
sAny person purchasin-r mcu
BOOKS or Medicines, &o., Si
Drug Store will be Dresenisi
LAMPS AND LAMP
at reduced prices,
At ENNISS' Drugst
unuunry 10, looa.
. EiNJNISS' finj stl
SCHOOL BOOKS it
North Carolina Railroad,
TRAINS HOI NO EAST
Dale, Apr. 3u, 1&82
Westeru X. C. Ineaue Asylum.
We are authorized to say that pa
tients carried to the Western N. CL
Insane Asylum, at Morganton, with
out irsi? obtaining perniissiou from the
Superintendent .to be carried there,
and complying with the law and regu
lations, will not be admitted. The law
requires that about 10Q patients, who
have heretofore been confined in the
Asylum at Raleigh, shut I be first to
receive accommodations at Morgan-
ton, After that number is properly
provided for the authorities ot" the
Asylum at Morganton wi4l ue every
exertion possible to take us many of
the outside insane as t'uev can. The
Superintendent and Directors syiu
thize very much with the deui
made upon them for admission
they are doing all that it is puj
to do under the circumstances.
remember uot to carry any one to the
Asylum, expecting admission, with
out first making the required arrange
ments with Lr. Murphy, the Superintendent.
There are now in the Asylum at
Morganton about eighty persons from
counties West of Guiltord, removed
from the Raleigh Asylum ; aud there
are about 20 more yet to be removed
to Morganton belonging to the West
ern Division of the State.
At Morgan t..n, -Mecklenburg has
J. W. RUMPLE,
ix the supe
rior CO CRT.
NORTH CAROLINA, '
ROWAN COUNTY ' i
Nancy L. Boyd, Plaintiff, )
against V Suit for Divorce
Henry Boyd, DtfoVt. )
It appearing to the satisfaction of the
Court, that Henry Boyd, the defendent
above named, is a non-resident of this State,
It is ordered that publication be made in
the "Carolina Watchman." a newsnnner
published in Rowap county, notifying the
said Henry Boyd to be and appear before
the Judge of our Superior Court, at a court
to be held for the County of Rowan, at the
lourt-liouse in Salisbury, on the 9th Mon
day after the 4th Monday of March, 1883,
and answer the complaint which will be de
posited iii the office of fhe Clerk of the Su
perior Court of said county, within the first
three days of said term, and the said defen
dant is notified that if he fail to answer the
said complaint during the said term, the
piHiuuii win appiy to tne Uourt for the re
lief demanded in the complaint.
J. M. HORAH, Olerk
24:6w Sup. Court, Re wan County.
Malaria, chills and Fever, and BllUoua attacks
positively cured with Emery's standard Cure piis
-an infallible remedy : never falls to curethe Lmt
obstinate, Ion standing canes SSS
all other remedies had tailed. They are prenaml
expressly for malarious sections, in double boxes.
m&5m of Pills, containing a strong eatUarUcaSi
a chl'l breaker sugar-coated; containing no oulnine
y-usADgvogTiMnor purging ;t&ey ire
mild and efficient, certain in their actions nd bam.
less I u aU cases i they effectually cleanse the nyHt em
and give new life and tone to the bly. T, a bout,
hold reined they are tinequaled. Kor Liver "com
plaint their eiu:U I not known ; om boa win a
s msmmma effect on the worse caw. Tbn in
PK IP prescribed fby pb)ml-laa. a ad wdd bv
druggists everywhere1, or seat by mall, s and M
cent boxes. Emory's Utile Cathartic Miu J5
F0I S AU BY J. H. ENNISS. 1
554 Mais St., Hartford, Coxn., )
April 26, 1879.
Will you please send me an Allcock's
orous Plaster, 20 inches lorn? bv 7
inches wide, to use on my back for weak
ness oi aiuneys. l have worn them with
the best curative effect, for a weak side.
near the heart, many years for injury caus
ed by strain and lilt ins in the arinv T
could not do without them; I use one about
every mnfh.I have on a Belladonna
Plaster and ddtTt like it at all, for it has
not the power or strength of Allcock's
Pouocs Plasters. B. WELLS SPERRY.
"A Blessing in Disguise."
484 Adelphi St., Brooklyn,
March 29, 1881.
No family should be without Allcock's
Pouocs Plasters; their healing powers are
wonderful and their efficacy far-reaching
and lasting. For years past I have seen
and known them to cure and relieve the
most obstinate and distressing cases of
rheumatism, kidney complaint, bronchitis,
neuralgia, lumbago, infiamation of the
lungs and throat, paralysis, asthma, spinal
weakness, and coughs and colds. In my
own case they afforded me almost instant
and permanent relief. My friends consider
them an invaluable and speedy remedy To.
all kinds of aches and pains. They are a
blessing in-disguise; and no wife or mother
should be without them if she values her
peace and comfort and freedom from ner
vous exhaustion and other ailments. As a
strengthening plaster, also for backaches
and weakness, they have no equal. I have
never yet found a plaster so efficacious and
stimulating, or to give so much general sat
isfaction. Used in connection with Brax
dretu's universal life-giving and life-healing
Pills, no one need despair of a speedy
restoration to good sound health.
MRS. E. TOMPKINS.
Leave Charlotte... .
M High Point..
A rr. G reensboro ....
Leave Greensboro .
" Durham ......
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No. 15 Daily except Saturday,
Leave Greeusboro 6 30 p. m.
Arrive at Raleigh 2.45 p. m.
Arriveatlioldsboro 8.00 "
No. 51 Oonneets at Salwbury W.S.C.I
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Greentboro with R.A D. R. R. for all fit
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Goldsboro with W. & W.R. R. for Wileurl
No. 53 Connects at SaJisburyTritli W.I
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daily at Greenxboro with R. & I). K. fL.ki
K)ints North, Last and West.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, Feb. 19, 1882.
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BRUISES AND LAMENESS.
West Becket, Berkshire Co
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