The Vicksburg Herald thinks
that with illimitable fields fur the
production of sorghum in (he West
and South, added lo the millions of
sugar lands in Louisiana and Flori
da it will be but a few years before
we shalf become a large exporter of
sugar and molasses.
BRING YOUR TOBACCO
PLANTATION FOB SALE!
Having determined to iru into other hu-dnpsK t
otter ay valuable plantation for sale, oa liberal
r laaat 'M f MKloh (awwu amwnAJ tut tM lit i JSm
qv IWMl Win N UIVU in (JUUU, IUJ IUTCJ UJ,IAJlil UUU,
miuated on south Yadkin Klverf 9 miles northwest
. . t1 . 1 . . . I . . . . . ., kjulk - - - 1 - ,1 . . II
ui .laiiwuri, iu n ucniuijr hkhuu, t liu lauus well
watered by good springs ; school and church facill-
t Luu Viirr rrrw 1 T t i rl ti'Ciltln In a 1 .1 n -,. a n
house has an excellent orchard of 8 acres on the
premises all other building in good condition. For
further Information address . w. W. MILLER,
l:mj soum Kiver, N. c.
ONE OH TWO RELIABLE, INDUSTRI
OUS 31 E.N LN JGYJSKY TOWN AND
COUNTY TO SELL OUH POPU
Offer liberal inducements. Applicants will
please give age, experience (if any), and re
ferences as to character and habits. A
Splendid Chance for men who are not afraid
to work and want to make money. Apply
in person or bv letter to
B. F. JOHNSON & CO.,
47:3m 1013 Main St, Richmond, Va.
Iarroaga in nonnlirik
every any, as ladles find ft
HT AB HOUSE!
(Late of Pilot Warehouse, Winston, N.C.)
Business Manager and
SALES EVERY DAY.
corset evr worn. Mer
chants Fy it glvpa the beat
satisfaction of any corset
thay oversold. Warranted
satisfactory or money re
funded. For gale by
Good Prices Assured.
mmmamm mi mm ibib ami i
BEST ACCOMMODATIONS FOR MAN
NO SALE, NO CHARGE !
Insurance and Storage Free.
Liberal Cash Advancements made on
Tobacco held by ns for future sale.
KLUTT3, GrASKILL & CO.
J. D. GA5ELL only,
Salisbury, N. C.
Mm r s Indian Vegetable Pills
And all Bilious Complaints
Kafe in take. U'iiig purely veec'ahle: no grip.
imk. rhft j. cU. Ail UntiatSU.
WESTERN N. C. RAILROAD.
OFFICE OEX. PASSENGER AGENT,
Salisbury, N. C, October 12th, 1882
An1 ve 5.-15 r u
" lt.54 "
" 11.50 A M
Leave 6.M '
. . . Hickory
. . Asnevme..i.
..Pigeon River. . I
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" 11.49 "
f 1.58 r m
nuuuKS BROVKE, PRES., W. C. COART, SEC.
Total Assets. ft710.7.4. 19
" A Home Company,
beeking Home Patronage.
Train No. 1
connects at Salisbury wltu R. & D. R. R. from an
points North and South and from Raleigh. Connects
b oiAbvsviue who a . x. O. lllv. of C. C. A. R.
R. connects at Warm springs with E. Tenn., Vo.
Oa. K. R. tgr MorrLstown and points South-West.
Train No. 8
fonnecl at Warm Springs with E. T. Va. Ga.R.R.
from .Mornstown & Uie South-Wet. Connects at
I twatesviue with A, f, O, DJv, of C C. K A. R. R.
Aa at sausDury with R. a- i). R R. for all points
r pvna sua mm an for Raleigh.
. TWoBlsb Tickets
i wx sale at SaUsoury, Statyllte, Ashevllle and the
i 7 f opnng w ait pnactpal clues.
J. E, Macmurdo,
Term Policies written orj Dwellings.
- Premiums payable Onelialf cash and bal
ance in twelve months.
X ALLEN BROWN, Agt,
25:Cm. . SalisT.nrv AT P
They are a vegetable tonic purgative, abso
lutely harmless under all circumstances. They
never injure the weakest female or the young
est child. One box is a medicine chest suffic
ing for a whole family. Suppose yon have
diarrhoea; nature is making a great effort to
get rid of some irritating matter in the slora
ach or bowels. A dose of Brandrelh's Piils
removes the matter and the disease is cured.
In costiveneas one good dose of Brandreth's
rills, followed by one pill every night for a
week or two, make the human machinery run
as regular us clock work. In bad colds, where
the pores of the skin are closed and the insen
sible perspiration thrownnpon the blood, pois
oning the fountains of life and filling the nose,
the throat and the lungs with choking mucus;
seven Brandreth's Pills taken at night on an
empty stomach, will restore the perspiration,
break up the cold and purge away all the wa
tery secretions that should have passed off by
the skin. Diphtheria, a family disease and a
most dangerous one. is almost immediate! v
cured by one or two doses of Brandreth's Pills.
aided by a gargle of lime water. Khumatism,
Inch comes from too much aciditv or too
much alkalinity of the system, requires noth
ing but Brandreth's Pills and a few rood
sweats to make a perfect enre.
It is marvelous how they purify the blood.
After two doses, the effect is seen in brightness
of the eyes and clearness of the skin. All pim
ples and eruptions vanish like magic under
the influence of this purifying purgative. We
cannot stop the march -of time with any medi
cine: but Brandreth's Pills will remove the
excessive lime from the system and prevent
grey hair. They improve the sight and tone
up the human body, so that the old man's eyes
will be undimmed and his natural 'force una
bated even after seventy years.
Homes for ex-Coiifede rates.
Veteran Uniting ht a Petition to Congress
(Jen. J. Madison J rule's Mews.
Sunshine ajjd Sleep. Sleepless
1 1 .1 '1 A
u lie aim iiitrv are many in Aineri-
ca shut out the sun. The very worst
OBO. A. EAULB,
W, A. JfORGAN.
Eagle & Morgan
v. 1110841 sources ariso thice lourths of
the Ui3ca3c3 of tjho human raee. Thesxj
symptoms indicaia tlielroxwtence : Ijohm of
Appetite, Bowcts costlr-, Kick Head
ac&e, f ull&css uit? oatit', avewloa to
czrtJoia of l.oay or xolaad, Eratetettoa
ZLlZ1' xitMZXty of temper, tow
SSSS,1 7' Fltt r i ;i S Rt the
Mearijlic before tl.e cycs1HliUly col
ored trti, t ojjsTiPATio.sjQaa d
on too I. Ivor. A3aLivcrm.-?imnaii
FayiJttyono c&L Tlioir actiouon tho
ggS.'"i:':V'ilc'p 13 VVt ; removing
WWWWita through these three scar-
yer J e bystet, producing appe
mn.tKnaafl cRestlon, rrjrnlar ftoois, a ciear
aad a VlfOX&as bo! v. TETTT'S PII.U0
V?Hrt? naS?a S Srriping nor interfere
Tritri dally wont nnI p.rc c perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA
Best in the World.
Brandreth's Pills have stood the test of fori v-
five years of use by the American people.
They are entirely Vee-etable. Thev are
absolutely universal, for ihere is no disease
they will not cure, if taken in lime. Thev are
safe for infants and adiiita. Thev aim to ae-
complish three things .- first, to purify the blood:
second, to cleanse and regulate the stomach
and bowels; third, to stimulate the kidney
and liver and purge away the ashes of the sys
tem and diseased matters of the bodv. Ev nnr.
ging wi.h these Pills constantly, a new bodv
can be built up from freslvhealthy food in a
lew months, in this way, gout and rheuma
tism, ulcers and fever sores c.n be eradicated
in a few weeks. The worst cases of dvsDensia
and costiveness can be cured by taking one or
two pills eyery night for a month. In cases of
twenty years' standing, gentlemen have been
cured by taking one pill a night for a year.
Brandreth's Pills give to the human bodv. no
matter how worn or decayed, the recuperative
powers of youth. In their action, thev imitate
the rapid changes of the youthful body. We
ail wi. h to die of od age. A hundred vearsis
the natural limit of life, which can only be
reached by purging and purification.
In general debility, nervous tremor, and
mental depression Brandreth's Pills have a
marvelous effect. They have won the confi
dence of millions in all parts of the civilixed
world. Oonatitutionsshuketi by long residence
in unwholesome climates, or bv sedentary hab
its, are wonderfully renovated by a course o
this extraordinary medicine nn...r..i
J vn, jiumuui
is us acuon on me whole system, is perfect
- ------- a..&.i.o
are composed of rare balsams, without the ad.
mixture of a grain of nnv mineral vhnirm
any other deleteuous substance. Vhev operate
uircuur, powenuiiy, ana benetlcially upon the
whole mass of blood : nnr nun miMfin it..
fact when we see iudigestion cured, liver com.
piainis arrested, the oppressed lungs brought
into hexlthful ulav. and ev.-rv nkr.iMl f.,.
tion renewed and strengthened by llieir agency.
-"in j wip r"-ajvi
w asmiEt huh
hat Uin or WmsKKsa ehanged'fta
e are prepared to do any kind of
colour t$hop on Lee Street, (IV. M
iwimera via Ktand.)
SAIylSBURY. N. C.
1 M"iiiN and kinds oi
:JiacKsniithiiig done promptly and with ex
pedition. lJensirinir nf f.ir.-;.,....o l.. '
and Wagons done promptly and in first- J -J? MANUAL Or USEFUL BSCEIPT8 F3EL
tiaas siyie. I'aintirig and finishing of fine
- work will be done by W. M. Barker.
dtoatlon of I liU Dtc. Sold by DrdSiaS.
Of aenttiy cxiiresi onrr-c.-iot of Bl. MP
vbco. 44 Alurrav HtmRL-Kav YnA - u
All . . . .
i aii we asK is a trial.
I Jan. 10, 1883.
IBLACKMER & HENDERSON
Slisbjiry, N. G.
Ian. 22d, '?9 tf.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CBAO
$1.50 PER YEAR.
J . M . McCORK I.E.
MeCORKLE V KLBT rz,
I a ri"piM i v ti i , r
ax x vms. i a ak0 uuuNSELOlts
Sausblry, S. C.
1 Office on Council Stree om the
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
Atiorucya -A.! Jlsrtx
I Sausbi rv, N..G.
Feb. 3rd, J 881.
Letter from a Gentlemen Ninety Years
r 1 1 V V.J aa -
via A.ons A.iie irom Use of Brand
Psaiuie doCuies, Wis., Feb. 11, 1882.
I am in the ninetieth Vf:tr (if til v -i t rli I
)iltrimaSe, and be lore passing to another, and
i irusi, a ueuer woriu,4 wish to bear testimo.
ny to the great v i runts of Brandreth's Pi I Is as a
liouselmltl remedy -1-lijtare the best blood
puptiers and elearaffKthe stomach and bow
els in the world I MvMaisaaj- family of 10
children, been blessed wifli tlffte wives.and mv
lann !y experience retches over seventy years.
For over foatyafive years I have known and
oeiieveu in Brandreth's Fills. They have
cured me ot indigestion, costiveness, dyspepsia-
and the females of my family have found them
invaluable at all times. I also wish to say
that I have found Allcock' Pnenna P.
ters very useful in breast pains, backache
anu weaK muscles.
Alfred Brunsok, A.M., D.D.
WHEN YyU WANT
AT T tlW FTGUFES
Ready made werl always on band -Renatrina
aeatly and promjMjvdone. ojd, toman dWJ?
51-iv ' xxa.. 1. - Eagle.
JOHN F. EAGLE,
Agent fort'i; 0rJgrdllTkra.S- -
S4'ibjry, N. C.? June 8th tf.
FASHION ABLE -
Invito your mttiaion lo LI alior.
Mavor s Office. Repairing an1 JJ J J
ly done. A II sradis ot alcana n..L -.i . 7
CURE OF NEURALGIA.
Taken as a "Forlorn Hope,"Brandr eth's
Pills Efifectua Magical Cure. Small
Schenck Ave., East New York, April 12, 1880.
I most cordially give my testimony as to
by eihlfign years' experience in my mother's
tmc itiv iur?, xr. ueo ii urowne; lamily and
my own. They were at first taken as a "for
lorn hope," for the cure of a very severe case
of Neuralgia of several
patient being completely prostrated by disease
iuc oi opium, laxen to oead
en the pain (by advice of her physician.) The
eflecls were almost magical; in one month she
was aoie io ue up ana wallt around freelv,and
the disease. has never returned. My mother
was also cured of an attack of Inflamatoiy
Khumatism by the same means. About six
years ago I was taken with what appeared to
be a bad cold, but in a short time, symloms ol
confluent Small Pox were developed, causing
us much alarm. I determined to try Brand,
relh's Pills as a remedy, and their sMaan
soon apparent. I was well mnch sooner than
was expected, and without receiving a single
aaar or irouoie oi any Kind. Jt is my firm
belief, jndaine from the sever!? r
that had I gone through the regular routine
prtMtnuwi oj pnysicians, l sliould have died.
I know of man v ntiier !nt-nr-a ,.f
- j - 1 .' imc riuuc
ol 15randrelh s Pills in disease and sickness
which I will be ha nnv :o irive tei aiiv
will apply to me. .
R3. E. St. Job-.
USED THIE T Y YEARS.
COUU Njrrl trti-rLOXG WITHbtnr 'liRAyD-
- RETHTJ KLLTIXTUK UOrSK.
A Telegram representative called upon
Gen. J. Madison Drake, the commander
of the Veteran Zouaves, of Elizabeth. N.
J., at his office in that city, to-day, in or
der to learn why the organization which
he com mauds had decided to uetit ion
Congress to provide a home for the indi
gent ex-Confederate soldiers. In answer
to the reporter's inquiry General Drake
The Veteran Zouaves adopted the res
olutiou because their hearts have lone
Rone out to the brave and diBtreaea1 ,.v
w " VA
soldiers of the Coufcdarate service, manv
of whom we know to be in indigent cir
cumstauces. Several Zouaves who re
cently returned from an extended visit
through the South, found numbers of ex-
Confederates without lionie or shelter
and they determined to do what in their
power lay to ameliorate tho condition of
those who once confronted them in battle
array. We have seen men who held high
rank in the Confederate service, appoint
ed by the Government to various posi
tions, even called to the Cabinet to advise
with the President, but we have failed td
see the more unfortunate ones recognized
or cared for in any way. The Yeteran
Zouaves were the first Union soldiers to
invite their Confederate brethren to the
family table, and the welcome w hich we
gave to General Roger A. Pryor, Colonel
L. S. Edwards, and other chieftains, will
never be forgotten by those who partici
pated in the pleasures of that beautiful
w . a
uciouer day. Since Appomattox. th
meu who did the fighting during the war
have been desirous of lettiuc bvcoues be
bygones. The generous terms giveu to
the magnificent Lee and his warriors of a
huudred battles by the greatest Gene al
of modern times, caused 100,(100 of ns to
go to Chicago iu June, 18ti8, and nomi
nate the uoble lender for the highest office
within the gift of the nation, and we did
this because we had unbounded faith that
he would never allow the Confederates to
be imposed upon. But between the car-
Iiet-baggers who overran the South, and
a ring of disreputable politicians at tho
.North, the people of that section were
plundered and a debt heaped upon them
which it will take long years to relieve
themselves from. Meanwhile many ol
the unfortunate soldiers of the South,
very few of whom had any influence in
origiimtiug the wicked war, are now in
uced, and the Veteran Zouaves, all ol
whom are veterans in the strictest sense
of the word, feel it to be their duty to
urge Congress to do something. to relieve
their necessities. We Mievn that
men have suffered enough throngh the
tolly ot designing men, and that it is sim
ply au act of justice for our Government
to provide a home for such of them as
may stand iu need thereof a place where
im who witui to avail themselves of its
privileges may gather together iu peace,
and had the comforts of which thev have
so long been deprived. The brave men
thus provided for will then be enabled to
pass their few remaining days in com pa l
fllim eiiitif'.ki-r .i . 1 1 1 1... S .1.
iwiuiwii, nuu ui ii i nose who are To
follow Will honor and justify the benefi
cence of a government which is at sill
times prepared to punish its enemies oi
care with fatherly love for its penitent
wayward cluldreu. The Veteran Zou
aves confidently appeal to their comrades
of the Union army, whose ranks tire fast
thinning, to assist iu this laudable affort:
for when we shall all be suinuroucd foi
roll call iu that great encampment across
the silent river, those we leave behind
"How one wore the gray and the other
i ne oiue ;
How we passed nwnv from tli cJnlif
T o go to tho land where the gray and the
Are merged in colors of light."
-V. F. Evening Telegram
I riliaDDTVl VDD ftmVPWAT.V.
V i' i. i. iki.i v ' ' ..-'..' .......
Captain J. S. Pameberger, in his
1 . V 1 IT- I
enonrn nr ii n t so n mi rir. v :i.. wh -
soporific is laudanum, and the very Umino th TTuion veterans from New
best, sunshine- Therefore it is very Kno-lmul he.lrl un a nicture of Stone-
i . ... i "i n i i .
wall Jackson, at the request of one of
a -.-r a 1 . '
the JNew nglanciers, whereupon
there was an exciting scene. Cheer
after cheer was given, and the vete
rans of both armies waved their lints
as a tribute to the deceased soldier.
. ' - j
plain that noor .sleeiwrs should n.iss
i 1 r t i
as many hours as possible in the
sunshine, and as few as possible in
the shade. Many women are martyrs,
and yet they do not know it. They
shut the sunshine out of their houses
and their hearts, they wear veils,
tney carry porasols. thev do all dossi-
ble to keep off the subtlest and yet
most potent influence which is inten
ded to give them strength and beauty
and cheerfulness. Is it not time to
change this, and so get color and
roses in tneir pale cheeks, strength
in their weak back, and courage in
their timid souls? The womeu of
America are pale and delicate ; they
may be bloomini? and stronsr : and
the sunlight will be a potent influence
in this transformation. 1
fThere must come tariff reform soon.
It may not be within two vears. but
it bill come before 1888. There will
be, a party based on taxation, tariff.
. J " r , .... . "
reronn ana public economy, un ass
.i'.-'tv. -v m it ?v : :
uie icmocratic nartv takes t hp on
earnestly and sincerely in this great
matter for the ueoula The politi
cians are behind. They evidently
kiiow out little o public sentiment
or tlieywotild not be eternally halting
between two opinions: thev would
not play the part of a political (ren
du! um, oscillating between a hiyh
protective tariff and a half-and-half
tariff that contains opposing prioni-
.1 rw. ,
pies. mccory uaroltnian.
Millions of doHars untaxed eniov
t ' a J
the uuequal favors. of the law whilst
the strtiffelino- impoverished indus
tries of the dismounted South its
poor laborers, the food thev eat. the
clothing they wear, the implements
oi ineir trade, are taxed, taxed, taxed.
mere cannot be a tan It lor revenue
without some distinctive feature of
protection, but we do not believe
I I a
mere should be a margin for cor
rupt jobs. We do believe that the
people should be allowed to buy
where they can set the most for the
least money, and that the capitalists
ana protected manufacturers should
I 1 a
oe driven into competition with the
world and be placed upon eoualitv
with the laborer. This is our defini
tiou of free trade, and upon this
platform we stand., Martin limes.
School Books Full Stock, lowest prices.
Writing Paper, Pens andJencils.
Envelops, Visiting Cards.
Seaside Novels and Monroe's Library.
Blank Books, Gold Pens.
Autograph and Photograph Albums.
Wall Paper, Toilet Articles, Perfumery.
Fine Toilet Soap, Combs and Brushes.
Bathing Gloves and Towels.
M. L. ARfiv
T- . -
',,;KUl ,,,s compliments in n
anj respectfully solicit a ri.Mfc
v. 41, 1S complete in .n "
quxrements of first class busi",
Horses, Buggies, Carri,
W HE IS CONFIDENT OF GnZ
bpecial nronsioH a r
JJrovers will rin.l ,..i .".
at this place. u "iaUs 8
ol Commercial travelers thebHt
M Tornip SeeOnSinSii
TTTMVA Just received a Fresh lot of
all' i; )
of all the different kinds, C HEAPER u
ENNISS- Dnl aST01lt
The Great RHEUMATIC CUKE of 3
alan for T llr n 4
uiiiur, u:VI, at lv
ENNISb- Dure s4i
SIMMON'S LITER MEDI
AT REDUCED PRICES, AT I
DIES A SPECIALTY,
TROPICA L FRUITS IN SE.V-
SON, FZCT77B.il S fc PICTURE
FRAMES, TOVS, DOLLS, VASES AND
GUITARS AND BANJO STRINGS.
THEO.BUKRRAIJM FETTTT .TATjd
44 SALISBURY. M-fi. 1.. -"VPa
1 ' 'Jl '
Rules that Should be Observed.
84 Morten Street,' New York CUy. Mar. 1, 1880.
I have"uBrirlrelh:lnil for over thirty
aufferer from Rlipuma.
OM. Irt, 'S3:tf.
vears. 1 am a great
tism. U henever I fpf ii T ik ... ......
stores, which nive m immwliai. .ui;uf r I
r - - . .av. j dl .-U
take them for coaitivenem, with which I um
also troubled, and they always give me relief.
i uouiu uoi gei aipjig without vonr pills in mv
'once. Chas. K II a-at
In eoinir out into a colder air. L-pen
the mouth resolutely closed, and walk
briskly for a few moments, thus pre
venting chilliness, which ts always
the prccurser of a cold.
The worst cold may be promptly
cured if, within twenty-four hours af
ter it has beeu taken, "the patient will
keep warm ia bed, and eat little or
nothing for a day or two.
JSever sit with the "back to : l win.
dow or door, even if closed, for the
air com in? iu at crack or crevice will
certainly give a cold.
There should lie someth inc warm
taken at each regular n.eal by inva-
mis, anu oy the most vigorous in cold
The anodyne in all nature is mod
erate, steady, ami continuous exercise
in the open air.
Abundant, uninterrupted warmth
is the best insurer of threescore vears
against sudden death.
No sleep can be sound and health
ful unless the sleeper is comfortably
Distribution of the Surplus.
The Charleston News and Courier
says, the surplus 6h ou Id be disposed
of, and the taxation so reduced that
the revenue shall not exceed the esti
mated expenditures. The surplus
should be distributed, but the better
plan is to apply the surplus to the
payment of the current expenditure
of the government, and to reduce bv
A 1 . ja . a a -
uie amount ot the surplus, the sum t
be raised by taxation. In iU mam
tier, every man, woman ami child 2
the United fcjtaie. bv the 1 ci 1 :u-i Li
.:n -..a . '. X -7. VTJ
win receive a i it .-nare o t ... rw.
I.. .V. i ' i .
line (n il hum i.i-i-ii r: i.. ...... t r:
- - - . . .v . urt null UJ
I'! inlr.unn.t. . . i I. . Wtm I
anviwuii vi ic goveiunieut.
Prepare a piece of vour best crmnn.1
tor wheat, readv for aowimr rlu in
October. If the land is in corn or
other crop now, of course you must
wait till time for sowing the wheat
before yon disturb the ainiwlhi
Hut make all other 1 ) !P t Yll I' i ( time nn tar
so that there may be no unnecessary
delay when the time comes CIm !.
seed well screened, order the fer
tilizer at once, and have plows and
harness all in good order. But if the
land is without a crop now Laua it
plowed at once, the deener Hi l,aitr
so the subsoil js no thrown t H.o
- a.v IHV ,V ,
and alier it is plowed drag it, once, if
1U"S) in oruer to make a
better seed bed aud prevent koI frm
. A - ---a a--ua
getting too deep, as manv wnnbi h,
a 1 J "vuiu w
sure to do if sowed direct orj a Tough,
half-inverted turf. Remendi- .J..,..'
that, for wheat, a thorough prepara
tion of the ground by good plowing,
harrowing, and mauuriinr. is of the
greatest importance. A sowd
gets no other working, generally than
uiai you give meson at planting. Do
not, then, begrudge a little painstak-
iawi. UUt UO tlie VeiV ht vmii
can with the soil, make a fine, deep,
mellow seed bed, manure with a lib
eral hand, and then you may reason-
nu.y expect a crop that will pay you.
Manures that are rich in phosphoric
acid and nitrogen are excellent for
wncar, and those containing 1.
and phosphate are not to be despised
Guano, bone dust, phosphate and ashes
will make heavy grain and good
Soil in which clav rwednmmf00 ;e
best for wheat. Hence the value of
uie red clay lands of the Piod
section for this crop. But lie yellow
a; (l mottled clay lands oF the tide
water section are not to Ip fl.ol
either they produce fine wh it
. - "i.v i. niicu
in good tilth and fertility. Indeed,
we doubt if there is any better wheat
land in the world than some of these
name yellow and mottled clavs of the
east. And, by the way, this" mottled
clay land of North Caroliha is some
thing unique in the geological forma
tion of our section. It said to be en
tirely unknown in other States. Such
land is admirable for fruits and all
the winter grams.
A slightly rolling surface, rather
man a ueau level, is to be preferred
for any crop that has to stand all win
ter, as it is easier to drain, and less
waoie to rust. But too ramd Aa;
age is objectionable, on account of the
aurasion and loss ot soil. On such
land the water furrows should belaid
with great skill, and a strict regard
to a gentle flow of water.
Wheat is sometimes improved by
harrowing the land idjout two weeks
after sowing. It should not be at
tempted when the laud is wet. And
the crop would be still further im
proved by top dressing the land iu
December with stable, hog pen, or
iul manure, or even Uie surface
pings from the woods. The
material would protect the graiu in
vnc ireczos. nnu I inn tv.ii..- .
J a awaio u 'JUJU
ry dowu to the roots what uianu-
JemeuU it would yield, Rural
3MKm aafcyaW aO- SB
mEs jSE M aaaaPSB iaK B2mmmmZ aaaaaaaaS
an P.hrnntn . ..
L .i. nu nver complaint.
!2L5 &c. "Pf tion and other ob!
CTu i'S -d1""" !mmm Blt-
RUBBERS FOR JAItg,
SAVE YOUfi PRUIT!
Scares Fruit Preservative!
Without the ue of Sealed Cans, fbe
CHEAPEST anp ONLY SURE EIKD
KNOWN. Perfectly Harmless. Call
and try it.
At EXXISS' DarG Store.
North Carolina Railroad.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Dale, Apr. 3u, ls82
..-.p Ui3ciwsua, xiosietttr's Stomach Bit-
Jl .&ond & -Wmtta best
remedy that can be takpn ab - JrL. -J
restoring the strength and Tital mem nf
fenom who areTnkingWde? the dEiU-
For aale by alDrugUta aad Dealers
THAIS, TfllF HUH
" High Point ..
A rr. Greensboro
Leave G reenboro .
U.05 " ;
1 20 '
I Ku. to,
9 10 " I
11 28 "
1.12 08 It
No. 15 Daily ezeept Saturday,
Leave Greensboro 6 30 i ra.
Arrive at Raleigh 2.45 m.
Arrive at Gohlsboro 8.00 ;'
flnn n-l. tt j. 1 1 T i ai -
uur mi mmmi nBDlBlllSiiea L5i-oonnecatsa.isbuVw.x.rj.ii.
r K.. for Asheville and W
UNDER THE FIRM NAME OP
PLUJIfIEK & 71 0 11 U A .
Wm, J. Plujimbr. long known as the bei
llarnesrtand Saddle Maker who ever did buis
new iln i Salisbury, presents his complitntnt
to old friends and patrons with an invitalions
lo call and see his present stock of new
I I '1. H acta W .. . 1 11 "1 11 rt .
. ' i oau(ll(. I !) .11-.' Arr. Iln ... .
. . I - .c null, nils
satisfaelion to every purchaser of New Slock
i nil ' . I k i . . - . i t iv
'fwir worK. Kales m low as a
svou amuc win admit ir. (Jail and see
- PLTJMMER & MORGAN.
A Great Water-Power
The most extraordinnrtr j
Water Power on the YailUn n; z- x-
sale at low hgures. It is situate at the head
ot the Narrows ir Stanly county, 8 miles
from Albemarle, the county seat; 13 miles
from Gold Hill, and ahnm oa L;i.. c
a,i i Ti .' . - i ics mini
Salisbury. It is one m Ir fmm un ,...i.i:..
luiihwav leading to SaJialmM e l
- . -. ., "V "UUI WHICH
roal it is easily accessildo ,,,.,
an-. s cuge. i llc peculiar feature of this
property is that it is a natural stone dam
which makes about a six foot head ot
available water The dam runs at an angle
of about 20 or 35 deg. up the river neaHy
tl i L7?y Cr-T 'rat,Utt,,y diminishing
in IICl!jli as It Alinrnirl k nu 4 I ,.. . a.
1 11" """O IIIC O ) )Ot (.
shoro. A race of 400 feet in length will add
from 12 to 14 additional feet oPhead mak
iag the grand power of 18 or 20. There is
3 HE!'? f buildin, stone and alate
-...ci Muaiuy, on the prcniiwM easilv
transported by water. easily
This excellent power may be used for
GRIST AND FLOURING MILLS,
COTTON & WOOLEN FACTORIES,
REDUCTION MILL FORSULPHU
w..i. r"-u,a,c:"y. "ear of
1 j $ rmnij, parts ot Cabarrna
Rowau and itvi.iunV arrng,
w vaaailai lo innkc i
a custom mill, for the reduction of 1 ore,
witb the great advantage of being in tTe
Thf olthe-.,,U niD HctanamefiCove!
The ores within easy reach could not be
worked out in a century.
This water nowcr uith ia . r
is offerred at $2,.j00 with Th a"ac,,
mn . ""'I the ontion t
ir 7 r ,00- Tl,c ,a,8 arc valua
ble for farming t nr.w.. . .t. . va,"a-
healthy, the socS.-t v .'T . - .
school advantage Tc7v ' . ",od " p 1
wishing luhcr infonuatitH t.v fl T"
Watchman." SaliJ.nr . ' a."w- fK"
tleton. AMicmai b- v r ' ' W'
i - va a v
Greensboro with K..S: D. K. K. for all piiiils
North, Eist and West, via. Danville. It
Goldsboro wilh W. & W.K. R for Wilmiai
ton. No. 53 Connects at Salisbury with wil.
C, It. R. forall pointsin WesUin X. Carolina;
diiily atJGreenshoro with R. & iUt. K. for all
poinls North, Easl and West.
TRAINS GOING WST.
D.i(eFeb. 19, 1882.
Greens! . ro...
Leave . -"
Arrive High Piont
10.00 a. it
I 1.10 a. n)
j 10.1 1 a. aii:
No. 16, Daily ex. Sun
A r. Raleigh 8.39
Lt. 1- 9.10
No. 50 Connects at ( 'lin rl.ule with A.AiC
Air Line for all points in the boulb and SottUl
urn ndc n ni.i V.. C.
& A.R.K. with allpoints Soul and SoulhetM
N. W. N. C RAILROAD.
IM-Pof place rMn,wid on Uj
9 25 pni
10 25 a m
1135 " :
12 09 P
6 20 a ni
7 45 "
jjlO p m
1 No. 1.
GoiXG Nqto' I Daily e. San.
Arrive Un i versi ly
Arrive Chapel Hill ...
8.32 a m
5.40 p m
Pullman Sleeping Cars without CMP
On Train No. 50, New York and Ailani via.
aaiungion ianville, ...
Ou Train No. 52, Richmond and DanIH
Washington and Augusta, Ga., via Danvihe.
i iirougn J icKeta on saleal urecii-,-!aleili.
liol,l,l,r.. M.lI.K.irv and harlaL
nat all principal points Souih, SouthW
""',in anu j.a.-i.. r or riiiiK1'"
L'Mliaiana.Texi.a A L-n-;. and llie South'!,
uddreaa- A POPE
Gen. Paseii:el AfJ- i
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