North Carolina Newspapers

    Never wnsli raisins that are Co be
used in sweet disl.s. It makes the
Kidding heavy. To clean them
In a dry towel,
L Little gold pis are wum as or.
men t probably because they are
stviish,
BRING VOIR TOBACCO ALLCOGK b
POROUS PLASTERS.
The SAW aiT still the Best !
PLANTATION FOd iJAL
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L Havtug lU milnerl to o InUi t!ir liBslnf-w 1
'6ffer my valuable plantation for sale, on liBerai
I terms, containing
at least of wiikli U good, Improve. bottoiq land;
:.:uiaU l on S-uiu VaJ.an Ulver, miles 'rtbJ f
"rmi irv, Ui J herniiy s.-tioii. ivliinandswel
1 -.ruwr:.! to,- fcooJ B.-Mlmja; school aai cliureli la'-ill-
'i.swv ooJ. Tim 1 filing ja a large two-story
i - 1 :..T .k- iu-nf ,.n.iir,l of s aT--S (ill itl.r
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soutu Rtver, O.
f premlsea-all otn-r iiuniligs In gtl wnrtlti'jn
f lurUiLriofoim itlon a i.lress W. W. XilM.KU
f ONE OK TWO RELIABIiE, INDUSTRY
i OUS MEN I.N' EVEltr TOWN AND
COUNTY TO SELL OUR POPU
- LA It BOOKS.
Offer iilx;ra! in.hicemeiits.' Applicants will
please give age, experience (if any), and re
ferences as to character ami habits. A
I (splendid Chance for men who are not afraid
to work anl want to make money. Apply
g in person or bv letter to
I F. JOHHSOH 6 CO..
3 (47:3ml 1013 Main -it., Richmond, V a.
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IAUHCORSET
Increases in popalarit
every day, as ladies And it
ttc moat
COX FORT ABLE
AM9
PKItFECT FITTTXO
corset cvtr worn. Mer
chants mj it pivos the boot
Batislactjoii of any corset
thoT ove wild. Warrant d
sitifactory or aioacy fo
funded. For aalo Iy
J. D. GASHLL only,
Salisbury, N. C. -
KLUTTZ S
ffAB EHOnSE!
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JOHN SHEPPARD,
(Late of Pilot Wakkhouse, Winston, N.C.)
Bmfines 3Ianoger and
AUCTIONEER.
INSIST
ON If A VINO AI.IXOCKB, THE
; K.N I l.K rOKOUS PI.ASTEB.
ONLY
O-
SALES EVERY DAY.
Good Prices Assured.
BEST ACCOMMODATIONS FOR MAN
AND BEAST.
NO SALE, NO CHARGE!
jgQ Insurance and Storage Free.
Liberal Cash Advancements made on
Tobacco held by as for future sale.
KLUTTZ, GASKILL & CO.
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One of the most remarkahle'inventionso
the present ag; is Ali.cok's Pouous Pi. a 8
TElls. They are t he resuit of years of chem
leal study, and only time and experience
has brought them to their present peit'ec
tion. Testimonials are received every day
of the wonderful rprrs of Sprains, Weak
Buck. Rhemntjsin. Lumbago, Paralysis and
hosts of other diseases Of course the vast
sales and great su cess of Allcock's Porous
Piasters have causejl numerous plasters
to I hi brought before the public which, Ik
ing called porous, would give the world to
understand that they were a similar article
to the genuine. We would most particular
ly caution the public against these hum
bugs. They contain none if 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 Ponot;s Plasters. Beware of
the hazy and untrue statements and never
use any of these so-called porous frauds.
torCHTS Indian '.'ecetablePills
POK THK
LIVER
r.:l all 8 Hous Complaints
Sate lo Kite. l-iiifr purely vege'aMe : no np
Ina. l'rkw 25 cU. All UntatasU.
WE8TERN N. C. RAILROAD.
Of FJCg QKN. PASSENGER AGENT,
Salisbury, N. CM Gctobir 12th, 1882
SCHEDULE.
ST.
Train j STATIONS.
I Arrive 5.45 r a
" 4.88 "
I " 3.09 "
S.10 "
11.54 "
11.50 A SI
X 10,08 '
I1
Salisbury
....Statesvllle
....Newton
....Hickory :
Morganton. I
....Marlon
alack Mountain ..
.....Asbevine '
....Warm Springs
....Pigeon River.. I
Pass. Train
No. X
Leave C.10 a a
Arrive 7.88 "
s.4t "
' .5 "
' 19.43 "
" 1L48 u
" l.ns ra
" 3.00
- R.44
5.4"i
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Train No. 1
Connects at Salisbury with R. & D. It. It. from all
points North and South and from Italeigh. Connects
at Stabesvllle with A. T. O. Div. 01 c. c. & A. R
R. connects at Warm Sprlugs with K. Tenn., Va
M Oa. K. R. for Morristown and points South-Wcst .
Train No.
Connects at War$ Springs with E. T. Va. Ga.R.R
from Morriitvw ii & the South-Wcst. Connects at
tftaivttle with A. T. O. Dir. of C C. & A. R. R
aa4 at Salisbury with R. & D. R R. for all points
Worth and East and for Raleigh.
Through Ti-kets
on sale at Salisbury, Statesvllle, Ashevlllc and the
l Win fjrlogs to aU priticipal cities.
J. R, Macmurdo,
AUcock s Porous Plasters
Believe Debility and Nervousness.
Ai.lcock'8 Plasters worn on the rogion
of the kidneys warms the spinal marrow
which is a continuation of the brain, im
parting new vitality and power to the spine
they etregthen that mighty organ and nil
it full of foreign electricity or nervous fluid.
Thus they will restore to the busy active
brain of 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 are invaluable in all
cases of hysteria.
Gram: Grower Muxim.
The Vine Drpssor lays tlown tin
to) lowing rules :
1. Prepare the ground in the fall ;
plant in spring.
2. Give the vine plenty of manure,
old and well decomposed ; for fresh
manure excites the growth lyit does
not mature it.
3. Luxuriant growth does not in
sure fruit.
4. Dig deep, but plant shallow.
5. Young vines produce ieautiful
fruit, but old" vines produce the
richest.
6. IVune
growth, but
fVu'tfulness.
7. Plant your vines before you put
up trellises.
8. Vines, like soldiers, should have
good arms.
9. Prune spurs to one developed
bud, for the nearer the old wood the
higher flavored the fruit.
10. J nose who prune lone- must
soon climb.
11. Vine leaves love me sun ; me
fruit the shade.
12. Every leaf has a bud at the
base, and either a bunch of fruit or a
tendril opposite tt.
111 autumn to insure
in spring to promote
J. RHODES BROWNE, PRES.. W. C. COART, SEC.
Total Assets, $710,745.12.
A Home Company,
Seeking Home Patronage,
0T3.ONS-, ;
PROMPT, -
P.3L:.--SL3,
Term Policies written on Dwellings.
Premiums payable One-half cash andbal
ance in twelve months.
J. ALLEN BROWN, Agt,
bahsbury, ft. U.
25:0ui.
Kidneys Cured.
Contoocook, N. H., I
March 8, 1880
I have been greatlv troubled with Rheu
matism and Weak Kidneys. 1 was advised
to try Allcocr'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
me complete relief, and I have not been
troubled with Rheumatism and Kidney
Complaint since using them, and I consider
tnvsclf cured. Edward D. Bcrkham.
Bronchial Troubles .
122 0 St., Washington, D. C, (
January 7, 1882.
I take great pleasure in recommending
Allcock's Porous Plasters. I was in
duced to try them by Mrs. Samuel J. Ran
dall, and I fiound them everything desired.
J V8vd four other so-called Porous Pbmtvrs
before proaur ing Allcock's; they were per
fectly useless. But immediately upon ap
plying two of Allcock s to my chest my
cold and bad cough were at once relieved.
I want vou to send me one dozen forth
with. JOHN T. INGRAM.
13. A tendril is an abortive fruit
bunch a bunch of fruit, a promotive
tendril.
14. A bunch of grapes without a
healthy leaf opposite is like a ship at
sea without a rudder it can't come
to port.
15. Laterals arc like politicans; if
not checked, they are the worst of
thieves.
What
is Desired in M W.fo.
It is not to sweep the
make the beds ami darn
K
hnuso and
the socks
and cook the meals chiefly that a man
wants a wife. If this is all he wants,
hired servants can do it cheajier than
j ,.! lit a i
a wite. it tins is an, wnen a voting
man calls to see a young "lad v. send
him into the p-mlry to tatethe bread
,nd cakes she has mane; stil l htm
to see the needle-work and bed -ma king
or put a broom in her. hands and semi
urn to witness its use. Mich things
are important and the wise will quiet-
!v look after them. Hut what the
true man wants of a wife is her com
panionship, symptfthy and love.
the wav of life has many dreary
n laces in it. and man nee
minion to no with him.
sometimes overtake. ly misfortune:
he meets with failures and defeats,
trials ami temptations beset him, and
he needs one to stand Iry and sympa
thize. He has some stem battles to
fight with poverty, with enemies and
with sin, and he meds woman that,
as he puts his arm around her, he
feels that he has something to fight
for; who will put her lips to his ear
and whisper words of counsel, and
her hand to his heart and impart
new inspiration. AlrTrturongh life,
through storm anu sunsuine, eounici
and victory : through adverse and
favorable winds man uebds a woman's
my tire;
etts a eo
A
m-
mau is
love.
The heart yearnsfor it. A sis
Not in Harmony.
TUTTSS
LS
PI La
W. A. MORGAN.
GEO. A. EAGLE.
Eagle & Morgan
PLACKSMITHING AND
Wagori-Making.
f5Te are prepared to do any kind of
Mork iU Qif Shops .on Lee Street, W. l.
Barker's ,Ol.d Stand.)
SALISBURY, N. C.
HORSE SHOEING and all kinds of
??lac.ksmithing done promptly and with ex
pedition. Repairing of Carriages, Buggies
and Wagons done promptly and in first
class style. Painting and finishing of tine
work will be done by W. M. Barker.
All we ask is a trial.
imn. 10, 1833. 1 3:t f
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
BLACKMER & HENDERSON
Attorneys, Counselors
and Solicitors.
Salisbury, N. C.
an. 22d, '79-tf.
. M. McCORKLE. T. P. KLUTTZ
MceOKKLE & KLUTTZ,
ATTORNEYS asd COUNSELORS
SALisuLity, N. C.
,Oflee on Council Street, opposite tjhe
JJourt House.
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jKERR CRA4GE. f . 0fJgWSKf
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
Attorneys
eb. 3rd, 188f.
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HARDWARE.
WHEN YOU WANT
HARDWARE
AT LOW FIGURES
tfjfcH pn the undersigned at NO. 2. Granite
ft.iw. D. A. AT WELL.
Agent for tho 4Ca.rawdllThreaher.M
. jMMary, N. C.; Juno 8th tt.
TORPID VDWELS,
DISORDERED LIVER,
and MALARIA.
Trom these -o?ircc3 arlso tliroc-i'ourths or
the diseases of the human ruc Theso
sym ptoras Indicate the !r existence : Lo of
Appetite, Bovttsls uos'.ivo, Sick Head
ache, fullness nftur cnti f vers ton to
exertion, of body cr uioi!, Eructation
of food, Irritability of tesnper, Low
piri j, A fuclinr; ox naviiag liejrlcctetl
some amy, JMzzl uc s, J?I.itte vine at tha
Heart, Iots before ttie cves.Mjcb! v col
ored Urine, c'OSSTi "ATto .v, and de
mand the nsc of a remedy that n ts directly
on the l iver. AsaLivcr medicine TCTT'S
PILLS have no c qual. Their action on the
Kidney and Stin la also proa:pt; removing
all fmpuritiea tSurough tlicae three ct
engcrs of the sv tern '' prodacinff appe
tite, sound di-ostlon, rofralar ptools, a clear
skin andnvlgorous'bodv. TUTT'S PrXUS
cause no nousoa or griping nor interfere
with daily -work and arc c perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
SoldeTeryw)er,a5c. Offl-v.lt MnmivSt.,N.Y.
Tun s mm dye.'
Gra Hair ok WniSKecs changed in.
stantiy to a G Loser Black by a single ap
plication of thU DTE. Sold by Druggists,
Or sent by express on receipt of $t .
Office, 44 ilarmy Stret, Nw York.
Tin'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREE.
Spinal Disease Cured.
IIaMMKL's HOTKL, ROCKAWAY
liEACH, N. Y., May 19, '82. f
Allcock's Plasters have been of such
great service to me and mine that I feel it
a duty to state the facts, as biietly as possi
ble, to induce others to use them. My wife
for many years was confined to her bed
suffering from spinal disease. After spend
f - . 1 T .11 . .
mg a iiiouanu uoiiars in vain enon to ger
cured, she applied three Allcock's Plas
ters to the spinal column, one above the
other. In a few davs all pain left her.
She applied fresh plasters every two weeks
and in the course of two months she com
pletely recovered her health. At first she
could fiardly walk across the room; eaicli
day she walked a little further, and now
she is able to walk five miles without fa-
tirne. She still occasionttllv applies the
plasters to her back, but she has been per
fectly well for upward of a year.
LEWIS L. HAMMEL.
Mr. antl Mrs. Widgeon do hot fire
in harmony. Tliey live in Austin.
They fight more or less every day in
the week, and we infer from the fol
lowing that Mrs. Widgeon is not en
tirely to blame, s her husband
causes her to become angry every once
in a while.
'They attended church last Sunday,
and after the service was over and
they were quietly walking homeward,
he asked her :
'Mrs. Widgeon, you know why
the preachers always pray for the
widows ami orphans, aud ne.er for
the widowers ?'
'I don't wonderingly replied Mrs.
idgeon.
1 II
Uers ami mother's love, will hardly
......I., it... .......1 ..... ... c . . I - .....It
mg iiiriher than louftvork. Justly
enough, hall ot these get notbiug
more. 1 he otffer ltalf surprised abive
measure, obtain more than they
sought. Their wives surprised them
t)v civinir a noble'idea of marriasre
. S3 - J
llllll H til I llijl IfUISUI V " VUUI.lVj
sympathy and love.
t'OKEA.
The
Land which Doesn't Hesitate
Sacrifice a Stranger s Head.
lo
r
Corea lies as a peninsula between
the Japan and lellow seas, project
ing from the northern part of the em
pire of China. It is a kingdom, witl
:iii area of 80,000 square miles. Tin
king of Corea is a isuprerv.e ruler. His
word is law, even when it aftVc;s lii'e
or death, and he is almost considered
a god, and the greatest honors possi
ble are naid to him. Three ministers
Til tell you. The preachers know institute the kind's cabinet and they
are virtually the government. Kuch
has his various sub-omcials, and all
1 1 ! . I . I
are Honored in Keening witn tne
dignity of their positions. The king
The red rut t on raspberries is a
fungus which rapidly spreads to hca'
fhv nlants. Every hill showing signs
fit should ie rtmted u; ami bumeil. j
It may be avoided on the vanet ;ea
that root from the tips by planting
only those ti grown the year after
eltintr out the plants. At this age
all will be healthy ai d remain so.
r HALL'S ISSiS8
"Hair Benewer.
Seldom does a popular remedy win such ft
ttxong hold upon the public confidence aa baa
HAtL'i Haib ItoiwEB. The casee in which
it baa accomplished a complete restoration of
olor to toe hair, and vigorou health to too
Bcalp, are innumerable.
Old people like it for its wonderful power to
restore to their whitening locks their original
eolor and beauty. Middle-aged people like it
because it prevent them from getting bald,
keeps dandruff away, and makes the hair
grow thick and strong. Young ladies like tt
as a dressing because it gives the hair a beau
tiful glossy lustre, and enables them to dress
it in whatever form they wish. Thus it is the
favorite of all, and it has become to limply
tacattH It djtappolntit no one.
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE
I FOR THE WHISKERS i
Baa become one of the most important popu
lar toilet article! for gentlemen's use. When
the beard is gray or naturally of aa unde
sirable shade, BccKutaaAM's Dtb is the
remedy.
, F SEP ABE D BY
R. P. Hall & Co., Nashua, N.H.
I Sold by aU Druggist.
School Books -Full Stck, lowest prices.
Writing Paper, Pens and Pencils.
Envelops, Visiting Cards.
Seaside Novels and Monroe's Library.
Blank Books, Gold Pens.
Antograpk and Photograph Albums.
Wall Paper, Toilet Articles, Perfumery.
Fine Toilet Soap, Combs and Brushes.
Bathing Gloves and Towels.
very well that the widowers, instead
of needing prayers, should offer up
thanks.'
There was a sound of revelry by
night in the Widgeon mansion. h.a8 no ereat standing- anuv. for the
Texas Sittings. empire of China protects him against
uvusion trom It reign iocs or h orn
internecine strife. At one time, the
Turanian language was the universal
speech of the kingdom, but the
Chinese language has largely taken
Potatoe Reccpcs by Mfss Corson.
Small Potatoes, Stewed. Wash
small potatoes of even size, rubhin&r
i i .. .. ii i I,
the skins oft with a cloth if thev are M8 l)lace- M ouy l,lU0 "Utiuiusni was
new, or peeling them smoothly and tc national religion, but Coufucius's
thinlv ; not thpoi nvnr tb fira in teachings have largely replaced it
"v i - . . . i ."-...
water to since tne I4tn century, ana it may Oe
suilicient
eoquer them, with a tablespoonful of considered the national religion to-day.
. - . . i ' 1 I . ..III . A I a. !
salt, and boil them fast, Only until
hev are tender enough to pierce with
fork; then at once drain them,
dust them with pepper and salt, and Unntion is paid to funerals and the
tjuur over Lkein two tnbbMiMMiifii auf worsnin oi tne ancestors. l Here is
. . .. t I ! iL!. .
butter, melted by gentle beat, tor aiso a general uenei m me supernai-
ach pint of potatoes : shake them ral powers ot serpents and reptiles.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CRAO
LINA WATCHMAN,
$1.50 PER YEAR.
OURB
554 Main St., IIaktford, Conn., )
April 20, 1879. s
Will you please send me an Allcock's
PoiiousPlastek, 20 inehes long by 7
inches wide, to use on my bark for weak
ness of kidneys. I have worn tliem with
the best curative effect, for a weak side
near the heart, many years far injury caus.
ed by strain and lifting in the army. I
could not do without them; I use one about
. a. I T '. II 1
every monin. t uave on a lienadonna
Plaster and don t like it at all, for it has
not the power or strength of Allcock's
Pouous Plasters. B. WELLS SPERRY.
BOOTS, SHOi
oraen Air Work H
S & GAITERS, made to
Irst class Seventeen Tears Ex
perience. AirMatertal of the best irrariH. and work
done la the latest styled
Ready made wor i always oa hand Repairing
neatly and promptly done. Ordt rs bv mall prompt
ly filled. Wm. jBk. Basle.
51:ly. auaax7r.2i.0
"A Blessing in Disguise."
484 Adelphi St., Brooklyn, )
March 29, 1881. (
No fatnilv should be without Allcock's
Pouous Plasters; their healing powers art-
wonderful and their efficacy far-reaching
artd 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, intlamation of the
lungs and throat, paralysis, asthma, spinal
weakness, and coughs Mml colds. Iu my
own case they afforded me almost instant
and permanent relief. My friends consider
them an invaluable and speedy remedy iu
all kinds of aches and pains. They are a
blessing in disgujse: 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
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 Bran-
dreth's uuiversal life-giving and life-heal
ing Pills, no one need despair of a speedy
restoration to good sum health.
MRS. . TOMPKINS.
1ST O TI C E !
JOHN F. EACLE,
-FASHIONABLE -
BOOT
AND
SHOE
m: aker,
Invites your attention to bis shop, opposite
M vor'a Otliro. Ren.-iirino noallv .iwl iiMmJ.
ly done. All grades of goods made to order
IM. let ,'51:lf. 4 ...... l
A SURE CURE FOR BURNS, CUTS
BRUI8ES AND LAMENESS.
West Becket, Berkshire Co.,
Mass., Jan. 23, 1882.
We could not keep house without Vllcock';
Plasters, for 20 years we have used iheui
and found them most effective for Burns, Cuts
Bruises and all kind of Lamenese.
JULIA E.SHAW
rj.elicf for KTcxiralgin.
Hastixgs Minn., )
Jan. 3, 1883. ,
I am troubled with neuralgia in the back of
my head, neck and spine, but I find by apply
ing one of vour FOROCS 1 lasteks to the bac
01 my necic ana one across tne small ot my
back I have almost instant relief.
I take pleasure in reecommending them to
the ifllicted for they have helped me so much.
J. F. BEE BEE.
Pastor M. E. Church Hastings.
Plated Ware
FINE
CI9ARS,
FRENCH CAN
DIES A SPECIALTY,
TROPICAL FRUITS IN SEA--.
SON, PICTURES 6L PICTURE
FRAMES, TOYS, DOLLS, VASES AND
T
O
lb
ET
SETS.
AND
BANJOS. VIOLINS,
GUITARS ANU BANJO STRINGS.
over
actualy boiling
1 here are still many superstitions
extant, aud tliere is a great belief in
the power of evil spirits. Great at-
.1 1 1 .1
ently to uisiribute tne butter even-
y, and then serve them very hot.
Fried Potatoes. Peel and slice a
quart of potatoes quite thin, and drop
them into cold them into cold water
ind sliced : nut two heaping table-
rhe women cut a small figure in the
kingdom. They have neither a legal
1 1 .
nor social status. i,oncu outage is
recognized as a universal practice
and marriage is considered a matter of
family policy. Education is looktd
upou as a necessity, especially in pub
i 1 l . : I ui.... o
. ... j. . irA . lie life, and no official can noul
n o a in ck irv intrnan. i en tu t in . . .
omce wi
MT. VERNON
LiTery Stale! !
.i
-in
M. L. ARE Y
Present Itis compliments to the nju
d resjHjetfully aolk it a triIt r iiu p
oiisiuuui. ii m complete Tji ..n ,,
(juirenients of first class business.
Horses, Buggies, Carr agei
Ph8Btonsf Wagons, &c
C"HB 18 CONFIDENT OR GIVlxo M
SATISEAfTION.
Sceial provision and favorable rateifc.
Boarding and keeping horses. "f
Dnivers will find uood Stalls and ail 1
r th'M nhir-n ""Jl
Secial aceommodatlons fur
o' Uomnipmial I rave ers.
Leo Street, Salisbury N C
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1
te hettft-
Fresli Turnip Seel Turnip sji
just received a Fresh lot of
- TURNIP SEED j
of all the different kinds, CIIEAPEIt iilu
ENNIS8' DuicStoiw,
ever at
WIZARD OIL,
The Great RHEUMATIC CURE of tlu rhj
also for LAM BACK, at
ENNISS' Drug Saowh
SIMMON'S LITER MEDICINE
AT REDUCED PRICES, AT
ENNISS'.
T71 T TTTm T t t-.
AND
RUBBERS FOR JARS,
At ENXISSL
SAVE YOUR EKUIT!
Scarr's Fruit Preservalive!
Without the use of Sealed Can. Tb
CHEAPEST and ONLY SURE "KIND
KNOWN. Pekfectly Harmless. Call
and try it.
At ENNISS' Date Stokk.
l:tC
ii
THKO.BDERBillH,
SALISUUUV, X. c.
1
he potatoes without draining them,
season them with pepper and salt, put
l cover over them, ami cook them
or about fifteen minutes, or until
thev are tender, stirring them fre-
thout first having passed a
public examination. The abodes of
the lower classes are miserable hovels,
11 I r
one story uign, teo or twelve feet
square, built of wood, clay and rice
straw, with a thatched roof. The floor
- . t la t , a i a . 1 t. r. aklmK aft )
4ueuiiy iu manic even iuumiik, uijvi .i .i i . p . ,
' ' . I la motlipr Piirth. and thA tnrnu hmpn
urmug : then serve them K" . . j i M ,
prevent
hot.
a
is simple. Ihe dude would have
little show there, tor the fashionable
Fried Hashed Potatoes. Peel half costume consists of a pair of coarse
dozen cold boiled potatoes, slice cotton cloth and very buggy breeches,
them tbin, aud cut them in small and very long vests. As for head
dice ; put two tables pooufu Is of but- gear, anything will answer, from a
ter or sweet drippings in a trying pan rice straw to a palm leaf hat, aud
over the tire, aud when the fat begins when that is not procurable, the peo-
to sinoKe put 111 ine potatoes ; season pie go bare headed. The punishments
them rather lightly with pepper and for crimes are severe and tortures
salt, stir them occasionally to pre- frequent. Harakari is a mild kind of
a a a a a I
vent burning, brown them quickly, punishment. Men are put to the tor-
and serve tliem not. Oman oits ot ture, and are frequently condemned
cold ham or bacon can be fried with to lose a leg or a thigh, an ear or an
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the potatoes, to vary the flavor of the Lye, and sometimes they take off the
scalp just under the ears, omitting to
leave any portion of the head. When
THAIS, Wi M !
Our M Constantly Replenished.
UNDER THE FIEX NAME OF
PLUtl.tlUK A. iUORCiAIV.
Wm. J. Pluaimeh. long known as the hei
Harness and Saddle Maker who ever did biifii
ness in Salisbury, presents his cumplimtnl
to old friends and patrons with an invitations
to call and see hs present slock of pew
Harness, Saddles, Collars, &e. He warrants
satisfaction to every purchaser of New Stock,
and also his repair work. Ratea as low as a
good article will admit of. (all and see.
PLUMMEK & MORGAN.
A Great Water -Power
FOR SALE!
dish.
Mashed Potatoes.-wPeel
a quart ot potatoes, put
aim slice
'I a .1 a
them over a man commits treason, tney not only
ih fire in sufficient boilitn? water to punish him by cuttiug off his ears or
cover them, with a Ublespoonful of hia leS, but they do the same thing
salt, and boil them only until tender; t0 his w,fe aod his wife'8 relations,
then drain them ; add to them the The climate ot Corea is said to be
yolk of a raw egg, a tablespoon fu I of vel7 temperate and heathful. Rice,
butter, a palatable seasoning ot salt,
and final tt r of a salt snoonful each of
? 1 i.i! nuiHit'.i lw upa aui J t r oluiiwl n
wnite pepper anu nutmeg, ana eitner 7 ... icaw
a it a.a I ink Aioi nil
masn tliem smoothly with a potato f,u,ubwm
smasher, or beat them wit-h a fork
then put them lightly on a dish and
serve thein hot.
Saratoga Potatoes. Jeel and slice
the potatoes, put them into cold
water containing a tablespoonful of
salt, or a bit of alum as large as a
Intelligence of Ants. Each
ant in an ant-hill knows its compan
ions. Mr. Darwin several times car
ried ants from one hill tp another, in
habited apperently by tens of thou
grain of com to eaeh quart, and let sands of ants : but the strangers were
them stand over night, tor several invariably detected and killed. Think-
hours. Heat a frying pan half full of ing that there might be a family
fat ; drain the potatoes, and dry
them on a clean cloth towel ; when
odor by which they were recognized
ft w
he put some ante from a very large
the fat is smoking hot put in the nest into a bottle strongly perfumed
potatoes, fry them golden, and then with asafcetida, and restored them
take them up with a skimmer and after twenty-four hours. At first
put them into a colander ; sprinkle they were threatened by their com-
them with salt, stiake ttiem thorough- panjous, but soou recOguized, aud
Iy,rhU then serve them. j allowed to pass.
North Carolina Railroad.
CONOENsiiTsCHEDULE.
TK A I NS OOINO EAST.
Dale, Apr. 30, 182
Leave Charlotte
" Salisbury ......
" High Point ..
A rr. Greensboro....
Leave O reennboro .
Air. HillsLoro
" Durham
M Raleigh
Lv. "
Arr. Goldshoro
No.,51.
Daily.
4.10 a.m.
0.05 "
7.20 "
8.10
9.30
11.47
120 "
1.40 p.m.
4.05
6.30 S
11
11
Pail;.
7.50 "
8.33 "
9 10 "
11 28 '
r-'odlT
1 20AI
1 30aM
350 "
No. 15 Daily except Saturday,
Leave Oreeusboto 0 30 p. ra.
Arrive at Raleigh 2.45 p. ra.
ArriveatUoldsboro 8.00 "
No. 51 Connects al Salisbury W. Nj. C. B.
R.. for Aslu-ville and Warm Spripg
(ireensboro with R.& D. K. U. lor all:u
North, East and West, via. Danvilk
(Joldsboro with W. & W.R. R.for W M
ton. . 1. J
No. 53 Connects at Salislmrv with H.?
C, It. R. for all points in Wel-rn N.Cwoli!
daily at Greensboro with K.& 1. K. K.wriu
points North, East and West.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date. Feb. 19, 1882.
No. 50.
Daily.
No
m
bail.
The most extraordinary unimproved
Water Power on the Yadkin River ig for
sale at low figures. It is situate at the head
of the Narrows in Stanly county, 8 miles
from Albemarle, the county seat ; 13 miles
from Cold Hill, and about 28 miles from
Salisbury. It is one mile from the public
highway leading to Salisbury, from which
road it is easily accessible down to the
water's edge. The peculiar feature of this
property is that it is a natural stone dam
which makes about a six foot head of
available water. The dam runs at an ansle
of about 20 or 25 deg. up the river nearly
all the way across, gradually diminishing
in height as it annroaches the nnnosite
snore, a race 01 400 leet in length will add
from 12 to 14 additional feet ot head, mak
ing the grand power ot 18 or 20. There is
any quantity ot building stone aad slate
ot excellent quality, on the premises, easily
transported by water.
This excellent power may be used for
GRIST AND FLOURING MILLS,
COTTON & WOOLEN FACTORIES,
REDUCTION MILL FOR SULPIIU.
RETED ORES.
it is conveniently near the mines of
aLontgomery, Stanly, parts of Cabarrus,
Rowan and Davidson Counties to make it
a custom mill, for the reduction of ores,
with the great advantage of being in the
centre of the mining districts named above.
The ores within easy reach could not be
worked out in a century.
This water power with 10 acres atrnrrw.,1
is offerred at g2,50O. with the option of
Kill .. f r-,.c ... 4kO r AJ rr I
.ww au mm vvuv. 1 ne tanas are valua
ble for farming purposes; the situation
healthy, the society good, and church and
school advantages very good. Persies
wisuing iurtner information may addref?
uatcuman , aalisburv. or Mr. J II T.ir
tleton, Albemarle, N. C.
Map of place furnished pn application.
33: tf.
LeaveGoldsburo ... 10.00 a. m.
Arrive Raleigh .... 12.15 m
Leave " .... 4.15 "
Arrive Durham 5.32 "
" Hillsboi I
Greenal ro... i
Arrive High Piont
M Salisbury....
Charlotte....
ii
0.11
8.30
9.15
9.50
11.12
1 1
10.11k.
16 50
12.15
1.10a. m.l 2.10
v i r..:i o i t r.nlikb'oii
v. , is a 1 1. v a . uunuiij ui . v- leal
p.. 1
mm
Ar. Raleiah
Lv.
A r. Greensboro
Nn ."() fnniippis ! t'bs.rlotte will
Air Line for all points in the Sou
K.. RO Cn.,nia ..i fM...rl(,tle with
A. A.K.K. with :, I Inning South and South
N. W. N. C. RAILROAD.
Gqjno WK8T. No. 50
Daily
Lv. Greensboro 925 p m
Ar. Kernersville 10 41 "
" Salem 1 1 0
No. 51.
Going WfiST. Daily.
ex. Saa.
Leave Salem 6 20 a ui
Ar. Kernersville 6 46 "
" Greensboro 7 45 " '
SefW
Dal?.
thaavS
H3r"
1( vf 1
t '.!.
tiW?m
6o ;
STATE UNIVERS1 fY lAILjjAi
o-i-;
Going North'
Leave Chapel Hill .
Arrive University...
Goikq South.
Leave University
Arrive Chapel Hill -
... !... SUB.
Daiiy5i55
I 5.40 pP
.... b-UVf,
. L.
ithoatlCi
Pullman
On Trail
a'.l: i j. r : 1 1
ii muiiiiuii Mt iaiiiinvi
On Train No. 52. Richmond ana
Washington and Augusta, Ca., JL
EST In rough Tickets on Atr
Kaleigh, Qoldsboro, Salisour '""t
Till
e i ni i. i "i - . su
and at all principal points hpum, :
Wet, North and Eat. tor '
Louisiana, Texa?, Arkansas and tiH?r
iLnMl MP!
lien. r7""j.i fl
address
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