Tlr. Jo!m V. Garrett was elected prcsi
uhut ot tin- I'-iltimorr a:d Ohio Railroad
Company for the twenty-sixth coiiseeu
tive term Wednesday, y
! VaJual Ittn
On? St:6 WaJlly fiata&kl
UHDER THE FIRM HAKE OF
eiji'.u me k & uono i ,
1 u. J . I'm i N i: :. long known na the be)
fia an 1 Saddle Maker who ever did busis
e& in Salisbury, present hi com pi i dm lit
is oW frienda icd patrons wi'.h an invitations
U call nr.ii nee Id present flock of new
Hrjess, SaJ.lIe,HJollari, &e. lie warrant
a!ifaetiii (o every purchaser of New Stock,
and also hi repair work. Rales a. low as a
jffiv '. article will admit of. Call and gee.
PLUMMER & MORGAN.
1 - 1 n . 1- TV ! I Oa, 1 I . a ?
i mini i:mias rati oiock, iowcsi prices.
Writing' Paper, Pens and Pencils.
Envelop, Visiting Cards.
Seaside Novels ami Monroe's Libtary.
Blank Books, Gold Pens.
Autograph and Photograph Albums.
Wall Paper, Toilet Articles, Perfumery.
Fine Toilet Soap, Combs and Brushes.
Bathing ii lores and Towels.
Increases in popularlt
every dnyyas ladies find ft
PERFEC T FITTING
cors t evtr worn. Mer
chants Kay it plvcs the beet
satisfaction of any corset
thny ever Fold. Warrant d
p-itlsfactory or inoacy re-
nxnura. l or sale by
J. D. &ASSILL only,
Ami 3 lioua Complaints
.lie i take, tiring pHnMv ve'je'a'de; no np
ini;. Prie ii ei. All Driesnsi. I
WESTERN H. C. RAILROAD.
OFFICE OE.W PASSENGER AOgNT,
Salisbury, N, C, October 12th, 1382
Arrive ."..45 p m
' s.Oa " -....Newton
" 8.10 " ....Hickory
" 18.54 " i....Morganton.. ..
11.30 A Ml. ...Marlon
" NLW 'Black Mountain ..'
ik t.0 ....Asbevlile
. -ave a.S ' .....Warm Swings
" $.00 ' I . ... Pigeon River . . i
Leave 8.1 0-4 m
" 8.4 "
" 9.23 "
" 10.43 "
" ll. "
" l.a rn
" 3.00 "
Train No. 1
Connects at Salisbury with R. & D. R. R. fronTali
points North and South and rroro Raleigh. Connects
at StatesvJlle with A , T, O, Dlv, ot C. C. & A. R.
R. Connects at Warm Springs with E. Tenn., Va.
i Ga. R. R. for Morrlstown and points South-Wcst.
Train Nq. 8
Connects at Warm Springs with E. T.Va Oa.R.R.
from Morrlstown & the Sooth-West. Connects at
tatesvllle with A. T. & O. Dlv. ot ct. & A. R. R.
aud at Salisbury with R. & D: R R. tor all points
North and East and for Ralelgli.
n sale at Salisbury, StatesvtUe, Ashevllle and th&
W arm Springs to ail principal cities.
J. B. Maomurdo,
L. H. CLK.MKNT.
CRA1GE & CLEMENT,
Attorneys -A. Xj.7ct,
f Feb. 3rd,, )m.
BUVCIvM ER & HEN 1 )ERSON
Sulisburv, N. C.
Jan. 22d, IQ U,
J. M. McCORK LE. T. F. K LTTTZ
McCORKI.e & KLUTZ,
ATTOHNKVS axo COUNSELORS
8ALISBLRV, N. C.
OflBce-f)ii Council Street, opposite the
J. RIIODES BROWNE, PRES., W. C. COART, SEC.
Total Assets, $710,745.12.
A Home Company,
Seeking Home Patronage,
Term Policies written on Dwellings.
Premiums payable One half cash a7id bal
ance in twelve months.
J. ALLEN BROWN, Agt.,
Salisbury, N. C.
DIES A SPECIALTY,
TROPICAL FRUITS IN SKA
SON. PXC'ZU&SS & PICTURE
FRAMES, TOYS, DOLLS, VASES AND
GUITARS AND BANJO STRINGS.
11 SALISBURY, K. C.
GEO. A. EAGLE,
W. A. MORGAN.
Eagle & Morgan
BLACKS MITHING AND
We arep'rt pared to do any kind of
arork at our Shops on Lee Street, (W. M.
Bilker's Old Stand.)
SALISBURY, N. C.
HORSE SHOEING and all kinds of
Blaksjnithiiir done promptly and with ex
pedition. Repairing of Carriages, Buryies
and Wagons i!nm promptly and in first
class style. Painting; and Hnishin; of fine
work will ! dr.e by W. M. Barker. "
All we ask i a : rial.
Jan. 10, l."js:;. i-j:tf
rieTafei 11031 Life. Association
q?f:jl, stauxtox, va.-
Tii-o cu;v8. s : wt, ;-.nd Most Reliable Life in
surance n w oI.tjJ tac ;mbile is found in the Val
ley Mutual, wnlcb eaaOles you to carry a it.ooo life
' 'iey at an actual average eost of.$s.io per annum.
For further information, call on or address
J. W. McKEXZIE, Agent,
May 20, 1S83.J Sai.isbcky, N. c.
i rem inosa b.rzr.c3 ;'..viso tli-ct-ict: Vir c'
tie diseases of the Laman laec. TI'cm
EymptQmdi:i-:.ca.rc: l'.Touior.cc : .oss ot
Appetite, Bowels costive, I3JcIx licad
ucSic, fulinosi rif5Pon!r3r ;vevton ta
exertion c liody CT iuinj, Sircctatioc
Soa, IrritaSJiy cs" tt:r-e" Low
spirit.;, A f'c2in3f cT ;jT.vig r-cfrlectej
some lint 7, ifczi.e?3,i lattcrfi', tit the
Eeo.xt.!jt3 boforc t'o cyo-.li'cii'vcola
ore d UrfTic, 1 1rj'ill.lTIO.'.?. and d".
manatho use cf a rcnaytUr.t ac t: (Ji.ectfV
ontbo l Ivor. AaciUvorir.cdlciucTC fi'3
WhLS hav j r.o c.-rrril. Ths.tr itctJorion tha
KUncnn-lstm u also proui.i: ; roir.oving
nil Impurities tliroah i'ji j throe- scav
engjra cf tha rvctem," prodcoin opps
tite.scra tli jocian, r: nuhn- Steele, a cier,r
t!cimind,ivit:orou::?:.05V-. n. cTT- PILLS
canso no j-auce--c ? si-lping nor interfere
with daily wc:k ana au a perfect
ANTSTOTg TO AUkRA.
kola evrvv.-'i r",Cc. Ci ''''i t.v. .v v.
stantly to a Ctxvs;"' 3lcs !yr "llc D"
pUcatlon cf this irh. Bc!1 by'DrgioS.
or sent by express o i recolpt of s I .
OfBco, 44 JHury rw-t, Kw Voik.
TDn'S MANUAL Q.;U3S?L'LBGEiPTS iPCE.
m-SPJkHA'TERS, n.ade to
oiatn Aii woik Hihtt lass seventi 1, - . it ;.-v
peilenee -All Material ot the bti mde aM - r
done In the latest styles fcrat, ina oil
Keadymade wu l always on haa.i: ,Hn -ii:-
'atly and promptly done. or! rs i ; .''..
lone, or ! rstv mnii nunf
The anil thp Ppctf Ai a m nee,
auu wii&iuiu uuu nun iuu uuui ;
.f Ifeal P. nwnu-.l ( LKA.V BEOS F.Ii A.VIMAIA Ail
Prper1j la North andiiia. I LIM!8 f anil t -k, whelher kept in
u stable or in yards, should be pro
vided with a cie in place to sleep in
IX8I8T ON HAVIXO ALLCOCK'S, THE ONLY
GENUINE POUOC8 PLASTEIi.
One of the most remarkable inventions o
the present aire is Ai.lcoks Ponotia Plas
teks. They are t he result of years of cbeni
ical study, and only time and experience
has brought them to tlieir present perfec
tion. Testimonials are received every day
of the wonderful cures of Sprains, Weak
Back. Rhemutism, Lumbago, paralysis and
hosts of oilier diseases Of course "the vast
sales and yreat sir cess of Ai.ixock'b Poisocs
Plasters have causcil numerous plasters
to be brought before the public which, be
iujj called porous. would give the world to
understand that they were a similar article
to the genuine. We would most particular
ly caution the politic against these hum
bugs. They contain none of I he healing
gums that are used in Allcock's, but are
limply a combination of lead, red pepper
md rubber, and are vaunted in long wind
id adveitisements 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
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 stregtb.cn that mighty organ and till
it full of foreign electricity or nervous fluid.
Thus they wil' restore to the busy active
brain of man or woman," the energy and
ability which lias 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 invaiuaole in all
cases of hysteria.
Contoocook, N. IL, (
Match 3. lgbO
I have been greatly troubled with Rheu
matism and Weak Kidneys. 1 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
ot yours has worked like a charm, giving
bic complete relief, and I have not been
troubled with Rheumatism and Kidney
Complaint since using them, and Iconsidei
myself cured. Edwaiiu I). Burmiam.
122 C St., Washington, D. C, (
January 7, 182.
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 found them everything desired.
used four other ho culled Porous Planters
before procuring Allcock's ; they were per
fectly useless.' But immediately upon ap
plying two of Allcock's to uiy chest my
cold and bad cough were at once relieved.
I waut vou to seud me one dozen forth
with. JOHN T. INGRAM.
Spinal Disease Cured.
Hamhel's Hotel, Rockaway f
Beach, N. Y., May PJ, '82.
Allcock's Plasters have been of such
great service to me and mine that. J feel it
a duty to state the facts, as briefly 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
ing a thousand dollars in vain effort to get
cured, she applied three Allcock's Plas
ters to the spinal column, one above the
other. In a few days 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 hardly walk across the room; each
day she walked a little further, and now
she is able to walk five miles without fa
tigne. She still occasionally applies the
plasters to her back, but she has been per
fectly well for upw ard of a rear.
LEWIS L. HAM MEL'
CTJJIE OF SrTLA.I3r.
554 Main St., Hahtford, Conn., )
April 0, 1S79.
Will you please send" me an Allcock's
Porous Plaster, 20 inches long by 7
inches wide, to use on my ba k for weals
ness of kidneys. I have worn them with
the best curative effect, for a weak side
near the heart, many years for injury caus,
ed by strain and lifting in the ariny. I
could not do without them; I use one about
every month. I have on a Belladonna
Plaster and don't like it at all, for it has
not the power or strength of Allcock's
Porous Plasters. B. WELLS SPERRY
A I. SOU,
WHEN YOU WANT
AT LOW FIGURES
1 oa the undersigned at NO 2. Granite
L..w. D. A AT WELL.
fftnt fr iJLi '' J&rl.soilTaresA.er."
b , i,b .ty4 5fe (',, Tunc 8th tf. i
JOHN F. EAGLE,
Bj BOOT Kf
InvitcRTour attention to his ahot,, oppopit
Mayor's Office. Repairing neaily and urS-
? d,n'' ,JiUJsndn f good" nde to order
Opt, ist. '81 a f.
g. v-.,.J-.T.Fr4. SAva an savor
"A Blessing in Disguise."
484 AoELrm St., Brooklyn, )
March 29, 1881. (
No faintly should be without Allcock's
Porous Plasters; their healing pow ers are
wonderful and their efficacy far-reaching
and last hig. For years past I have seen
and known them to cure and relieve the
most obstinate and distressing cases ol
rheumatism, kidney complaint, "bronchitis
neuralgia, lumbago, iuflamation 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
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 n
strengthening plaster, also for backaches
au.i weakness, iney nave no canal. I have
never yet iounu a plaster so efficacious and
stimulating, or to give so much general sat,
isfaction. Used in connection with Brax-
dreth s universal life-giving and life-heal-
mg i ills, no one need despair of a speedy
restoration to good sound health.
MRS. E. TOMPKINS.
Value of Proertv.
'976865 at 'ght, unci in winter with plenty
5 '8,886 warni clean bedding. Animals
2,181,098 1 are usually just as particular
1,370,275 about such matters and eniov a clean
oo fl'SS1 a! uu,c,, !,H 1,,eir ow,; a" if
7 ! i ....... .
.-..in ...... 1 .. . . I. .. ..... I .
uitj u"c uuiiui!' il ne suouiii iry a
bundle of black filthy straw, aud
then one that is clean and bright,
bright, aud see how quickly the lat
ter will be selected for a bed.
A sick horse that cannot lie induced
to lie down in any other way, will
often take to a bed made of dean,
bright straw. The farmer who de
sires to increase the size aud quality
of his manure pile should use plenty
of bedding under his stock; besides
the increase of fertilizers for his land,
will add much ts the comfort uf
N cw Hanover,
Increa.-e in vr.'u.ition
1,1 40,1 (5
A SUJLE CURK FOR BURNS, CUTS.
BRUISES AND LAMENESS.
est Becket, Berkshire Co.,
... ,. , Mass., Jan. 23. 1882.
e could not keep house without vlluock's
Plasters, for 20 years we have used them
and found them moat effective for Burns, Cut
bruises and all kind of Lameness.
Zl.eU.ef for ITcirnlgin.
Hastings Mkn., )
Jan. 3. 188. (
I am troubled ith neuralgia in the back of
. inu. nccR ami spine, but I find bv apply
ing one of vour Porous Plasters to the back
or my neck and one across the amallof my
aek I have almost instant relief.
I take pleMiire in reecommendtng them to
the ifflicted for they have helped mwo much
J. P. BEEBEE.
Pastor M. E. Church Hastings.
T.vu C .ri us Needles.
The K'ng of Prussia recently visi
ted a needle manufactory in his king
dom in ord r to sec what machinery,
com bin id with the human hand,
could pro luce. He was show n a num
ber f superfine needles, thousands f
which, toetker, did not weigh half
an otui , and marvel led how such
minute o je.-ls tould be pierced with
an eye. Put he was to see that in
this respect eva.i something still finer
and more perf ct con hi be created.
The Urertbit is, the workmen
whose business it is to here the eve
in f Knaa i.AAlljt. . I I t i
mvoc i.ccuits usseo ror a hair
from the monarch's head. It was
readily given and with a smile. He
placet! it at on-c under the boring
machine, made a hole in it with the
greatest care, furnMied it with a
thread, and then handed the singu
lar needle to the astonished king.
The second c rious needle is in the
jiossession of Queen Victoria. It was
made at the celebrated needle manu
factory at Redd itch, and represent
the column of Trajan in miniature,
This well-known Roman olumn is
adorned with numerous cencs in
sculpture, which immortalise Trajan's
heroic actions in war. On this dimin
utive needle, scenes in the life ot
Queen Victoria are represented in
relief, but so finely cut and so small
that it requires a magnifying glass to
see them. The Victoria" needle can,
moreover, be opened, it contain a
number of need lea of smaller size,
which are equally ador led with
scenes i.u reljef,
Sharper Than a Razor. The
Wall Street News says that a long
waisted man with the nose of a fox
and an eye full of speculation, walk
ed up to a second hand clothier in
Buffalo the other day and said :
oee mat overcoat hanging out
dow n there P
'Well, Ive taken a fancy to it. It's
rather cheeky to ask you to go down
there, but Pit 'make it an object;
I wsn't give but eight dollars for
lhaf, but I'il give you one dollar to
buy it for me. You are also a Jew,
and know how to heat him down.
Here is nine dollars.
The dealer took the money and
started olf, and in five minutes was
back with the coat.
'Good !' chuck fed the other. 'I
reckoned you'd lay him out! How
much did vou make for your share?'
4 V hell, as. i dot is my branch
sthore, anil I only ask six dollars fur
de coat, 1 was about tree dollar-
J M GPv AV,
T B BEALL
The Boss Warehouse
For tte Sale of LEAF TOBACCO,
SAUSBURY, N. C.
The Brick Cor. Fisher & Church Sts.
GRAY & BEALL, Proprc.
THOMAS S. GRAHAM,
a gifted and successful professional tobacco
salesman, carefully trained to the business
at Bkown's Warehouse, Winston, by Major
-uosk.lt, tlte prince of tobacco auctioneers.
Mr Graham has the reputation of beinsrone
of the very best auctioneers in North Caro.
lina. For these reasons he has been enya
ed as chief auctioneer for
THE BOSS WAREHOUSE.
CaptT B BEALL, char-c of floor & books.
J M URAY, Business Manager.
DAVIS & WILEY, Treasurer & Cashier.
This popular Banking House will nromntlv
cash all checks given to Farmers for tobac
co at Tuk Boas 'Warehouse.
Farmers! Tobacco Manufacturers and
Leaf Dealers are at Salisbury waiting for
tnl wanting to buy your tobacco.
Daily Sales Big Breaks Best Prices
and Boss Auctioneer at
THE BOSS WAREHOUSE.
GRAY & BEALL, Proprs.
Dec. 20, 1883. tf
The Old Mullein Plant.
in giving us
dance of her
v a 1 uab le
she has by
ous in the
tion she has
in its eager
search for the rare ones, has overlooked
this fact. How many of us seeing the
common Mullein plant in the old fields
and waste places; the beautiful Sweet
Gum tree bordering our swamps, have
thought that in each there was a princi-
Iile of the very highest medicinal virtue,
t is true that the Cherokee Indians
knew of this vears ago, but not until re
cently has it hegan to attract the atten
tion of the Medical world, and now the
long forsaken Mullein plant ranks
among tho first, and all the medical
journals are heralding its grand effects.
In TAYLOR'S CHEROKEE REMEDY OF
SWEET GUM AND MULLEIN, the mullein tea
is combined with the Sweet Gum, and
by its use Consumptives are relieved aid
mothers made happy in curing tbeir
little ones of Croup and Whooping
Cough, and nil suffering from Long and
Bronchial diseases arc troubled no more.
For sale by all Druggists. Price 25 cts.,
and $1.00 per Bottle. Manufactured by
Walter A. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga., Pro
prietor Taylor's Premium Cologne.
' Gash naid for Sweet Gum.
Dec. 13: 9:6ni.
A Great f ator-Piw er
FOR SALE !
M. L. ARE Y
Present his coninlimonte . . '
and respectfully solicit a tril ,,r i!
tablisment. Tt i cnm.,lt,. :.. ,. a
- Ml ; .1
uuuements of first clnas 1
a vuoiajv as,
Horses, Buggies, Carriages
Phgrtons, Wagons, &e.
tUE IS CONFIDENT OF GTVtKG
Special provision and favorable r.t. ,
Isosmini and k(iin(r i, , I(,r
l)riiira will ttn.l .1
..... uill. Olil S Mil M .J
at this nlace. " "Mi
Ol Cooiniprr-il Tmr,,!,,.. 't
Lee Street, Salisburv r
The most extraordinary unimproved
Water Power on the Yadkin River is lot
sale at low figures. It is situate at the head
of the Narrows in Stanly county, 8 miles
from Albemarle, the county seat 1:! miles
from Gold 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 bend ol
available water. The dam runs at an angle
of about 20 or 25 deg. up the liver nearly
all the way across, gradually diujinisliin-;
in height as ii approaches the opposite
shore. A race of 400 feet in length will add
from 12 to 14 additional feet of head, mak
ing the grand power of 18 or 2!). rl here i
any quantity of building stone and slate
of excellent quality, on the premises, easih
transported by Water.
This excellent power may be used for
GRIST AND FLOURING MILLS,
COTTON & WOOLEN FACTORIES,
REDUCTION MILL FOIt SULPHU-
It is conveniently near" the mines ot
Montgomery, Stanly, pulsed' Cabarrus,
Rowan and Davidsitn Counties to make it
a custom mill, tor the reduction of ores,
with the great advantage of being in the
centre of the mining districts nana d above.
The ores within easy reach could not be
worked out in a century.-
This water powcr-with 10 acres attached
is offerred at g2,.)O0. with the option of
100 acres at $3,509. The hinds are valua
ble for farming purposes; the situation
healthy, the society good, and church and
school advantages very good. Persons
wishing, further information may address
"Watchman," Salisbury, or Mr. J. R. Lit
tleton, .lbemarle. N. C.
Map of place furnished on application.!
FrestToroip Seed, Tori M
Just received a Fresh lot of
1 1 (' :l ! 1 t lie ! i tY, r.i) f L-;.,,1.. flip . ......
v nr,.u t.l! ;14
EXNISS' Dnio bToit
The Great RHEUMATIC CUBE ot
also for LAME BACK, at
ENNIS8' Dnuo Saobe
simioh's wm Mai
AT REDUCED PRICES3T
RUBBERS FOR JARS
SAVE YOUR FRUIT !
scarrs rru i KrpQp.rvp liunii
- - v w a f M U L '
? mioui ine use ot oca let I Cans. Tin
CHEAPEST and ONLY SUliL KI5B
KNOWN. Pekfectly Barulcss. Call
and try it.
At ENNISS1 Drug SveM.
North Carolina Railroad.
Dale, Apr. 3o, J;82 I .No. hi. i
44 High Point ..
A rr. (ireensboro
Lea veC reensboro .
1 20 44
U 10 "
J- OS M
I -O A U
1 oO A M
LUMBER! LUMBER ! ! -
I have on hands, securely nacked near
the line of the Western N. C. Railroad, be
tween Morganton and Icard Station, about
180,000 Feet of Good Air dried
flank. I am also prepared to furnish all
kinds of Framing Lumber on short notice.
Can furnish the plank dressed and toninie.d
and grooved at reasonable prices. Address,
B. A BEKRY,
Morganlon, N. C.
Dec. 11,, 1883. 4w
To Mine Owners aid Mining; Co's.
un.lerslsned are Di-enarrd tn
of oid, silver. Lead, Copper, and Sulplmr, in un-
uumcu quanuurs, 10 oe aeuverea at nearest rail
way station, aceordlng to market prices. Cash
iuynipnls. Contraets entered Into for one to nfuf n
yeara, Kicuakds Powkk & company.
London and Swansea, England
All letters should be addressed to i Parr
(Mfeet, Tbomasvllle. Davidson C:o..N.P..
for the United StAteH. SU'ivni
mllE subscriber having .determined to
A change his business will sell on easv
terms some of the most valuable, nronertv
in and adjoining the town of Salisbury, viz:
The House and Improvements
where I now reside house of brick with 10
rooms 18 feet square, well finished : two
brick out-houses with two rooms each, used
Cook room and smoke house and dwelling;
also, fine brick dairy; good barns and other
buildings; good garden and an orchard of
nice fruits containing from 8 to 10 acres of
land all in good condition,
Also, two houses and lots tn Salisburv
land about thirty good building lots of one
acre each, or any size to suit the purchaser.
These lots arc- as well located as any in the
I will also sell two or three suiall farms
of from 25 to 100 acres within 1$ miles ot
the Courthouse. Also, one farm of 182
acres, about 3$ miles from Salisbury, on the
W N C R R, which has in cultivation about
50 acres of as good bottom land as can be
found in the county. Also.seyeral valuable
OOLD HIKING PROPERTIES.
For information in regard to the property
or myself. I relet tt) Messrs. Luke Blackmer,
M. L. Holmes, S. II. Wiley and J S Mc Cub
S. R. HARBISON.
No. 15 Duily except Saturday,
.Leave Creei:sboio b 30 p.' tnT
Arrive at Raleigh 2.45 p. in.
Arrive at Uoldsboro 8.0Q "
No. 51 Connects at Salisbury W. '. I'.
K.. for Asheville and Warm Snrin
Greensboro with R.& L). K. K. for all pint
North. Eist and West. via. Danville. A
Gohlsboro with W. & W.ii. R. for-W iimins
No. 5-5 Connects at Salisburv w ith W. N
it. R, "for all pointoin Western .N.t arolin
daily at Greens toro with K. 4v D. K. tl.W
points North, East and West.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, Feb. 19, 1882.
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South of Salisbury, and 4 miles east of
China Grove depot. Title guaranteed be-
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November 1, 1883.
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