has just received
of all kinds,
Now is the time to
PAPER YOUR ROOMS
ami make home mf able. I have the
largest assortment ofnrt
New Patterns, New Stock, with tasty and
nice bordering to match.
AN OLD HUNTER'S HOME. ! killed, that they had "toted" the them tint soon alter you got in bed,
name on a pole for several miles, and j weary with your rule ot thirty tunes,
would proceed todros it before going ntcy, resieu ironi meir wuik oi over
to bed, von would re-enter the house.
The old man would take a seat near
lis window, open the broad shutters,
mmm t X . . .. .i- , g V.
and when their functions are interfered
with through weakness, they need toning
They become healthful!? active by the use
of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, when falling
short of relief from other sources. This
superb stimulating tonic also prevents and
wrests fever and ague, constipation, liver
complaint, dyspepsia, rheumatism and other
ttmenU. Use it wHh regularity.
for sale by all Druggists and Dealers .
.Ms line of
is the l;et in town,
I receive fresh goods'
Farmers, save your Hogs!
By giving Morris' Vegetable Compound during
tbe spring and Summer, you will have no slctness
among your llo-s. It will prevent and cuie liog
Cuolera, and all dlse;it-es of swine. It will prevent
Trichlaae, and will put your llojjs In a thrifty con
dlUou. dealing the kidneys and liver or wonns and
parasites, it will put hogs in such a condition that
they will fatten in one halt the time, thus saving
one half the teed. This wonderful remedy Is man
ufactured from native Koots and Uerbs discovered
in the forests of North Carolina. Farmers try it.
For sale by J. H. ENX18S, Druggist,
13:3m. - Salisbury, N. C.
D.i von want something good to cat ?
I keep just Ihe nicest
You ever put into your mouth.
THANKS, THE i COMB!
flir Start Constantly Reulenislteft.
- UNDER THE FIRM NAME OF
PLU.WUEK & MORGAN.
Wm. J. Pt.OM.MRi. long known as the bei
flame' and Saddle Maker who ever did busis
ess in Salisbury, presents his compliment
ed old friends and patrons with an invitations
im call ami see h's present stock of new
Harness, Saddles, Collar?, &e. He warrants
wttisfaelion (o every purchaser of New Ktoek,
and also his rep. lir work. Rates a low as a
good article will admit of. Gall and see.
PLUHH3B & MORGAN.
WESTERN H. G. R ifLROAD.
OFFICE GEN. PASS&XGER AGENT,
Salisburv, N. C, October 12th, 1882
IP i LLsS
rgr-r r-nr- jp-jmt iMsmm
From theso sources ariso thrcc-ionrtha of
th diseases of the human raec. Theso
aymptonis indicate tneir existence ; iin
Appetite, Eowcb costive, Sick Heo
fullufM after cr.tliHZ. aversion ta
exertion of bony or mind, Eractttion
of food, Irrlte'eiitty of temper, JLorv
spirits, A fee 11-g of baring neglected
ome duty, EIzziie3S,Flnttcrinff at tno
Heart, Dots Iefore the eyes, hiphly col
ored IJrisie, CONSTIPATION; and de
mand the use of a remedy that acta diicctly
PILLS havo no equal. Their acti on on tha
Kidneys nnd Skin is also prompt ; removing
all impurities through these three " scav-
cnuso no nausea or griping nor interfere
with daily work and mo a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
Sold every T7htTP,255. QflW Mnrr'1TSt-'N-Y'
I Walter L. Steelei
Many years ago, when sulkeys and
gigs aud bnjjgies and wagons and the
liorso were the only means cf trans
portation along the highways, road
side inns were much more common
than tbey nt.w are ; and occasionally
one was- to be found which afforded
the weary traveler genuine refresh
ment and repose after the toilsome
journey of the day. Such a stopping
. T I ! 1
place as l nave uescrioeti was situa
ted on the east bank of a stream call
ed Qu-Whiffle, in the county of Cum
berland, and thirty miles west of
Fuyetteville, which wa-, for a long
while the market town of a large por
tion of the western part of this State.
Since that time, by reasou of the con
struction of railroads, a very con.-id
erable parfof the trade which that
place once controlled has been diver-
ted to other marts,' though the town
is still in somewhat thriving condi
tion. The house to which I refer was
made of pine logs, nicely hewed, was
of one story in height, had a small
piazza on the south side, at one end
of which was a "shed room," auou
ten feet square, and in the rear a large
one extending the whole length of the
house. Its only chimney was made o
puncheons and dirt and sticks. The
windows were destitute ot glass, ant
shielded from the weather by plank
shutters. Just on the outside of them
near the fireplace, was a platform
upon which the proprietor always
kept a large supply of hghtwooc
knots with which he found it easy at
all linns to keep a blazing fire, ren
dering the use ef other lights entirely
The dwelling Tas uninclosed, am
was not more than ten feet from the
north side of the highway. All the
outhouses were of the same unpre
tending character. Faint was un
known. The country all around was
and is, very unproductive, aud no
Pass. Train oArrrrTvc i Pass. Train
No. a STATIONS, xo. 1 r
Arrive 5.45 v m ....Salisbury ! Leave 6.10am
" 4.SS M ....statesvllle Arrive 7.$ "
UU9 " ....Newton ' " 8.49 "
. 1.10 ' ....Hickory 9.25 "
lx.54 " ....Mors-anton . .. " 10.13 "
11.50 am Marlon " 11.49 "
" i,os ' Black Mountain .. " 1.58 m
" 9.02 ' ....Ashevllie " 3.on "
Leave CM ' ....Warm Springs " R.44 '
" 6.00 " ....Pljfeon Klver. l 5.43 "
MIXED. XO. 8 I MIXED XO. 7
Lv. Pljfeon mver L4T p.m Lv. Ashevlle lu.OOa.m
Ar. ASstievllle i.w p.m : Ar. P. Klver 1243 p.m
LOCAL FREIGHT XO. 4
Lv. Ashevllie 6 27 a.m
Ar. Statesvllle 7.k0 p.m
Ar. Salisbury 9.20 p.m
LOCAL Freight No 3
Lv Salisbury' 6.12 a.m
a r Stafsvlill 8.16 a.m
Ar-Ashevllle 8.20 p.m
The Valley Mutual Ms Association
HOME OFFICE, STAUNTON, VA.
The Cheapest. Safest, and Most Tlellahle Life In
surance now offered the public is found In the Val
ley Mutual, which enables you to carry a $1,000 life
rV.luyat an actual average cost of $5.50 per annum
For further information, call on or address
J. W McKENZIE, Agent,
May 20, 18S3. Salisbury, N. C.
Trains Xo. 7 and 8 run daily except Sunday.
Train No. i connects at Salisbury with H. & D. R.
It., for all points Xorth and East.
Train Xo. 3 connects at Salisbury with R. & D.
K., from all points South.
Train No. 1
Connects at Salisbury with R. & D. R? R. from
all points Xorth and from Raleigh. Connects at
Statesvllle with A. T. & O. Dlv. ot C. C. & A. R.
R. Connects at Warm Springs with E. Tenn., Va.
Oa. R. R. tor Merrtetown and points Wcst,& S. W
Train No. 2
Connects at Warm Springs -with E. T. Va. & Ga.R.R.
from Morrlstown & the West 8. W. connects at
Statesvllle with A. T. O. Dlv. of C C. & A. R. R.
and at Salisbury with R. & D. R R. for all points
Krth and East and for Raleigh.
n sale at Salisbury, Statesvllle, Ashevllie and the
Warm Springs to all principal cities.
A. G.P. A.
KERR CKAIOE. L. H. CLEMENT.
CRAIGE & CLEMENT.
Attorneys jAt Law,-"
Salisburv, N. C,
Feb. 3nl, 1881,
SBlisbury, N. C.
Jan. 22d, '79 tf,
J. M. Met. OltKI.K. T. F. KLUTTZ.
JlcORKLE & KLUTTZ,
ATTOKNEYS and COUNSELORS
Salisbury, N. C.
Office on Council Street, opposite the
Gray Hats or WmsKxas changed In
stantly to a Globst Black by a singio ap
plication of this DTE. Sold by Drugirists,
or sent by express on receipt of 91
Office, 44 Murmv Street, New "i ork.
TUn'S MANUAL 0? USEFUL RE0E5PTS FREE.
ten. had skinned the buck, cut it up
;nl jut it way ; and rising at day-
dawn, had that very morning taken
take a knot, throw it on the fire, and a tramp of several miles. Pretty soon,
make the room umore cheerful and
more bright." The old lady would
come in, and William would help his
mother set up a folding table in the
middle of the room, upon a floor
well sprinkled with clean white sand.
She would go to a chest, take out a
clean cotton table cover and nicely
spread it. Then she would go to the
cupboard, take the plates, cups aud
saucers, knives and lorks, and put
them in their appropriate places.
Lastly she would lake a small waiter
aud put it at one end, and into this
her sugar dish and cream bowl and
teaspoons. Very shortly thereafter
one of the negro girls would come in
bearing a plate of biscuit and a dish
of fried chicken. Retiring, she would
soon return with a dish of broiled
vensiou and some turkey steak. Mrs.
L. would finish up with the cofTee
pot and plate of fresh butter. You
would then be very quietly told that
if you wanted anything to eat, the
chance had come for you to get it. It
Is probable enough that you would
waut no second suggestion, and pro
ceed to business without further cere
mony. That coffee was not to be sur
passed anywhere, in any French cafe;
those biscuit were light and nicely
browned ; that chicken was past all
praise tor be it known that a young
fowl cookvd before the life heat has
left it is unsurpassed in leiulerucss
and flavor; that vension is good
enough for poor mortals; that turkey
steak is absolutely paridiscan in deli
cacy and richness, and that butter is
fresh from the churn. I need not ask
you if yon ate any, or with a relish.
A better meal you never enjoyed. The
very memory of that Lagua ra is even
now blessed with me, though many
2. If o mwSMMz
BOOTS, SHOS A GAITERS, made to
order: Alt V ork Flit class Seventeen Years Ex
perience. All Material of the best erade. and work
done In the latest styles
Ready made wor always on hind Repairing
neatly and promptly done. Ord rs bv mail iromnt
ly Oiled. "Wxri. 3. Eaele.
51:ly. Sn.isiiLi.r. N.C
1ST O TI CE!
JOHN F. EAGLE
M V KEll,
Invite roar altention to hSs shop, opposite
Mayor's Office. Repaii ins neatlv and nromnt.
ly done. All grades of goods made to order
JuKES Or BtnSRAMTCN.
WHEN YOU WANT
AT LOW FIGURES
Call on theandersigned at NO. 2, Granite
flow. IX A. AT WELL.
A ?ent for t!i3 CadwollThre3her.M
aiUrbury, N. C.f Junv8tb tf,
AAI flfor lue working class. Send in cehtsjor
Illll liPtta'-e. and we will mail von f,
S?-rS;I22k. IiLe-?x P.1 tfoods
iuv ,wi iu i liTz ui maKing more money
in a few days than you ever thought possible at any
.-...oo. n jjii ii l nut i t-ijuireu. e wui start you
i ou can work all the rime or in
he work is universally adapted to both sexes.
ung pna oia. vou can easily earn fronisocti
2 $.5.r'eP' tvenlnS- T131 al1 wio want work may
I tin hltdnoco ........ 1 ... 1 : . . . . .
.X v. "c ";iwe ims unparaiietea offer :
U) all who are not well satisfied we will send $1 to
STJP tbe trouble ot writing us. Full particulars,
direetls, etc., sent tret;. Fortunes will be made bv
uiyc wno give their whole time to the work
Lat?cessaobsolutl'sure- ont delay, start
now. Address Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine,
HOW IS THE TIME TO SUB
SCRIBE FOR THE CAROLINA
one uuacquainted witu.the character
of the hostelry would have ever stop
ped there except as a lastr-resort to
avoid sleeping in tbe woods. Daniel
Love, an old Scotchman, his wife,
Polly, and their only child, William,
were the dwellers in this humble
home, except for the last ten or fif
teen years of the life of the owner,
when Daniel McMillian, a brother ol
Mrs. L., resided with them. The old
man owned a few negroes, and with
their labor, such as it was, and that
ol father and son, a scanty crop was
m-tde. The mistress (she was really
the servant, and t his slate of affairs
Wi.s not uncommon in the South du
ring t!;e existence of slavery) and one
or two negro wouiin, spun and wove
cotton ami wool, and out of this the
clothing of all was made. Mr. Love
was the possessor of more than one
thousand acres of land, aud had qniie
ol a number cattle, sheep ami hogs".
Such is a general outline of the con
dition of things.
The traveler, weary and dusty at
the close of the day's journey, drew
up to the door, and got out of his
vehicle. It often happened that no
body would be seen for a few minutes
w hen, from behind some house, Tom,
a negro boy, would show himself, and
approach with a gait which evinced
that "hurry" was a word whose sig
nificance was unknown on the premi
ses. He would assist in looking after
the horse, and, at his convenience,
c rry the luggage into the piazza.
About that time the old lady would
walk noiselessly from the back part
uf the house, greet you with a pleas
ant smile and a few words of unstu
died welcome. Upon your inquiring
tor Mr. ijove aud VV llliam, she would
probably tell you they were out in
the woods looking after the cattle and
sheep, and would be in after awhile.
Further questioning her, you might
eec ttie luiormation tnat they took
their single barreled, flint lock shot
guns, thinking it might happen they
should see a deer or turkev dnrino-
their search. She would then leave
you, and you might amuse yourseli
hy looking over some old copy of the
i?ayetleville Observer, which a travel
er had left with him, or a Parent
(Jthce report which some member of
Congress had sent to them. Or. if so
inclined, you might walk about the
premises ami see nailed up on posts,
or tne siues ot a house, some troph
les ot the venatonal skill ot the lord
ot the pi he barrens the antlers o
many anck which he and William
had brought down by the aid of their
guns. Just before dark, or between
sundown and that time, you would
hear the squall of one or more chick
ens, and have your olfactories regaled
with the aroma of roasting coffe. Tom
would come in and throw a few pine
lnnlc 1 I.,'., if II ii i
n,,ui iiiiciu, as usuauy called
upon the fire, and soon the blazine
uanus wouiu nil the room with
I 1 It Am
ngnt ana neat. Alter a time, the
quiei voices ot uucle Daniel and Wil
liam would be heard iust outside o
the house, and in they would come
nresseu in woollen huntiiifr shirts o
brownish color, set their guns up in
the corner, hang their shotbairs unon
the ramrods, give you a gentle grasp
oi i ue nanu, ana men seat themselves
in split-bottomed chairs. You would
ask what luck they had had, arid the
old mau would tell you that they suc
ceeded in getting a deer and a gob
bler. Of course, you would want to see
the game. A torch would be lighted,
and you would witness one of the
means by which the larder of the
house was often supplied for the de
light of the pal late of many apest.
nun mr me ueer or
turkey was from the hunter, W
cars have passed siuce I enjoyed its
del icious fragrance.
After supper you get arour.d the
tire again ; I lie olu man asks you
question alter question in regard to
iii i .ii i
your neignooriiooti; (ens you m news
n your immediate vicinity of which
you have never heard, entertaining
you with abundant supply of anec-
lote mul a prolusion of qutct humor.
lie will tell you of his hunting ex-
lerieuces : and if you will ask him
low many deer he has killed in all
lis life he will inform you that, iu
sluding the one he got to-day, the
number is exactly 1,521. As to tur-
eys he is not so positive, but enough
to give every family in Cumberland
county a nice one tar Christmas and
rsew 1 ear s dinners. In that day we
had no Thanksgiving dinners; for
we had no Thanksgiving day known
lo our law. No doubt we were quite
as grateful for Almighty benefactions
.i i i
as we are uow ; tliougii we dal not
make quite so much public parade of
That old man was one of tha salt
of the earth. He knew nothing of
conventional or fashionable life. lie
never saw a railroad nor a steamship.
He had read but few books besides
his Bible. He knew how to be hon
est and straightforward, kind, gentle
tnd hospitable. No avarice dried up
the fountain of his soul no maligni
ty, nor envy, nor haired put gall and
wormwood in his heart. Ami that
old woman, who for forty vears
neither long nor weary ones with her
had made herself happy, by doing
her duty iu the "Jowly train of life s
sequestered scene," as became a wife
and mother, was really one of the best
of the sex. To her, Mr. Love and
William were the chief objects of her
earthly idolatry. Her boy for boy
he always was in her eyes was. to
his pares ts. ever loving and true.
Though the old folks are "dead and
gone," William lives there still, mar
ried but childless, and when he "shuf
fles off this mortal coil," the last of
the race will have departed.
VVhne you and Uncle Daniel and
William are talking, that good old
woman is deftly using her knitting
needles upon a pair of yarn socks for
the comfort of her husband or son
the wool clipped by them, washed and
carded and spun by her. Oh, how
sweetly, even now, after mure than
thirty years have passed over nie
whitening my locks, and furrowing
my cheek, does that maternal smile of
Aunt Polly dwell in the house of my
After you have conversed until your
feelings are in full accord with the
indications of your watch, Uncle Dan
iel will tell you that there are two
beds in the east end of the room, and
you can take which one of them you
choose. If you show by your con
duct that your modesty is likely to be
sorely tried, he will suggest that if
Polly can stand it, he thinks you
might be able to do so. And then,
the old woman may go out, but will
come back after you have thrown the
protecting blankets over you, and will
knit avray, until you have lost all
sense of your earthly surroundings.
In the morning when you wake, after
a night of healthful repose, refreshed
and strong, you will see her quickly
moving about the fire. If she notices
that you are awake she will express
her sincere wish that you have had a
good night. And then she glides
out of the room, you get up, and put
on your clothes (they call it "dress"
these days) and sit about the fire,
which somebody has made while you
. In a fetv minutes Uncle Daniel and
rniiatq come in and you learn Iro n
you have intimations that breakfast
is approaching for about an hour
before vou had smelt the odors of
parching coffee, and soon thereafter
heard the sound of the little coffee
mill which was crushing the fragrant
oriental berry. The old lady always
prepared her coffee after the arrival
of her guests, aud hence it was al
ways fresh. The table would show
the same bill of fare which you had
tried the night before, with the ail-
I ditiou of ham and eggs, or soft boiled
eggs without the ham. When you
indicated yctir wish to leave, your
horse was brought out, harnessed and
hitched to the vthiele, the baggage
stowed away, ami you make the usual
inquiry as to the "damage" which you
have inflicted. To your astonishment
you are told that seventy-five cents is
ample remuneration for all the servi
ces which they have rendered for
your accommodation. After your de
parture, other wayfarers,ts you were,
will take your place, and meet with
the same hearty but unpretentious
treatment; and they and you and all
that preceded you, will sincerely wish
that they may ever fare so well. The
recollection of the turkey steak, made
from the br?ast of a wild gobbler, will
be one of the "memories of joys that
are past, pleasant, but mournful to
1 have said that the house had no
adornments. It had none. The out
side was destitute of attraction, and
only those who knew the character of
the inmates would ever, from choice,
have made that house a stopping
plate. Its recommendation lay with
in. Like the leaden casket of Portia,
which "rather threatened than did
promise aught," it contained the
"counterfeit" of loveliness and sim
plicity. Many places there were then
and are now where, with archi
tectural display, and well-graded walks
and bcautif 1 flower gardens, there
was no comfort, either to the inmates
or to the stranger.
"Many a time and oft," iu the years
oiie by, when a school boy going to
and returning from our tale Uni
versity, where I was a student, (?)
when traveling on public or private
business, or for mere pleasure, I have
availed myself of thehospitality of this
plain dwelling and oiijyed the food
and lodgings which it always afforded
as well as the kind hearted aud sensi
ble conversation of 1 lie occupants. 1
have joined the ohl man and W illiam
more than once on a deer hunt and
sat around the same camp-fire, with
. - i i
oihers, wlio nave since tcen carried
across the river of time ami 1 trutare
now with the blest. On these anil oth
er occasions the hither and the son
were true men gentlemen fit for
the association of all persons who mis
take not line apparel and well chosen
language for the higher and nobler
characteristics of the heart. When 1
first met them on a hunt I had a
small shotgun, 15 gauge and 30 inches
ong, weighing about seven pounds.
Their ideas of a deer weapon being a
musket of about ten bore in size, four
feet in length and ten or twelve
pounds in weight, they looked with
feelings of contempt ' upon my little
gun, and regarded it as only fit for
parrows ami snowbirds, or possibly
a squirrel, if perched upon the lower
limbs of a black jack. 13ut after I
had demonstrated its power by bring
ing down a fine buck they admitted
that it might kill if the deer was at
close range, but nver could such a
gun as that do the duty of "Old Bet
gtal towis parltrt Report
AND PRICE3 CURRENT.
The first number of a
Devoted exclusively to the interest of
will be published
SATURDAY, APRIL 5,th, 1884,
containing the latest information from all
the markets in the world, respecting
and the values ot all articles used by
Subscription $2.30 per annum covering
Specimen Sent on application.
R. DUNDAS CHATER,
187 Pearl Street,
24:3t , NEW YORK.
SALE OF TOWN LOT 1
By virtue ot a decree of the Superior
Court of Rowan county in the case ol An
drew Horton and wife, and Minnie Beard
against James B. Beard and others, I will
sell on the
19th DAY OF APRIL 1884,
at the Court House door in the town ot
Salisbury, tne following lot ot land lying
and being in the town of Salisbury, in the
great East square of said town, on Kerr St.,
adjoining Edwin Shaver. M. L. Holmes and
. U. K. coiitaiinu one acre more or
Terms of sale three-fourths cash, and
one-fourth on the 1st day October, 1885,
with interest at eight per cent, from dayot
sale. J. W. AIAUNEY, Com'r.
March 17th, 184. . 23:4t.
Send stx cents postage, and
receive tree, a costly dox or
sfoods which win help you to
more money rlffiit away man
anything else in this world. All, ot either sex. suc
ceed trom nrst hour. The broad road to fortune
opens before the workers, and Is absolutely sure
At once address, Ikok k Co., Augusta, .Maine,
M. L. ARB?
Present his compliments to tln nit
and respectfully solicit a trial of hi
fnliliampnt Tt. ia rnmnlntu ! m
' an th
quiremenis or nrst class business.
Horses, Buggies, Carriages,
jnaetons, wagons, &c.
5F"HE 18 CONFIDENT OF GIVrXG j
Special provision and favorable ratcUk
Boarding and keeping horses. r
Drovers will find good Stalls n,i m".
at this place. m
Special accommodations for tbe boht,
ol Commercial Travelers. -
Lee Street, Salisbury, N. C.
Itel Taraifl Seel, Turnip g
Just received a Fresh lot of
ot all the different kinds, CHEAPER tlm
EXNISS' Dbco Stoer.
The Great RHEUMATIC CURE of th jj
also for .LAME BACK, at
ENNISS' Ditto Saohe.
SIMMON'S LIYER- MEDIC1K
AT REDUCED PRICES, AT
sey in securing the sums ot more
than one thousand.
In that day, and for years before,
the section to which 1 refer abounded
in deer. It Wa poor and sparsely
settled, and intersected with streams
having wide swamps, which afforded
food and shelter for these game ani
mals. The forests of the long-leaved
pines were then undisturbed by the
demand for naral stores. Now the
turpentine getter has visited nearly
every one,8derificed the trees, made the
woods resound with his axe, and by
this means, quite as much as any other,
the deer have been forced to seek a
more quiet retreat. A few are still left
aud when the trees are "worked up"
and stillness again comes.it may be ex
pected that numbers will return and
again inhabit the waste places. But
Uncle Daniel, having "served his dav
and generation," has passed away nev
er to return : Aunt Polly for in her
day we had no Mollies, Bessies, Sallies
has long since gone to the shadow
laud, aud few are' left who equal and
and none who surpass their virtues.
Chkap Ikon. The Louisville Courier
Journal announces that a contract has
recently been made between Tennessee
parties for the delivery of $2,U00,00j
w orth of pig iron at from $10.50 to $12.50
per ton ou the cars. If such things can
be doue in Tennessee it ought to set our
pig iron makers in Pennsylvania to think
ing. The pauper labor of Europe cannot
be made to produce iron and lay it down
at our doors as cheaply as these Southern
iron makers. It is evident that the time
is rapidly approaching when the cruder
forms of irou manufacture will not pay
in Pennsylvania. Wo must look around
for something more profitable to do. We
cannot set up custom houses along our
State lines. We cannot even buy the
cheap iron of England and Belgium, i
the tai id" was knocked off, to compete
with Tennessee and Alabama
A Household Article "for Universal
For Scarlet and
Sore Throat Small
Pox, Measles, and
Persons wailing on
Scarlet fever has
11 Contagions Diseases.
the Sick should use it freely
never been known to spread where the rluid was
used. Yellow Fever has been cured with it after
black vomit had taken place. Tbe w.r
cases of Diphtheria yield to it.
Fevered and Sick Per. SMALL-POX
Sons refreshed and and
Bed Sores prevent- PITTING of SraaU
d by bathing with ' p0x PREVENTED
lb2,rUidi, hJ A member of my fern
Impure Air made ., . . - .
harmless and purified. ,7 en wi
For Sore Throat it is a I,?lhe
snrr run. ' -
' tint r'fllri.oic n-nc nnt
i i 1
Feet Pluca nu was toui
Chilblains, P i 1 e s, ,nc ?"ux a,n
The physicians here
use Darbvs Fluid very
i - I .1
rhuHntr. . . .wc"rK- "u o
Soft White Complex- son, r-hiladelphia
ions secured by its use.
Ship Fever prevented.
To purify the Breath,
Cleanse the Teeth,
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
jmeniery cut ea. successfully in the treat-
T.WUUUa..c.Eu.aF.u.y. ment of thphtheris.
Scurvy cured A. STon-PfovKneK,
An Antidote for Animal Greensboro, Ala.
or vegetable Poisons, I
Stings, etc. Tetter dried up.
1 used the Fluid during ' Cholera-prevented,
our present affliction with Ulcers purified and
Scarlet Fever with de- I healed,
cided advantage. It is In cases of Death it
indispensable to the sick- should be used about
room. Wm. F. Sanim the corpse it will"
ford, Eyrie, Ala. f prevent any unpleas
The eminent Phy
sician, J. MARION
SIMS, M. D., New
York, says : "I am
convinced Prof. Darby
Prophylactic Fluid is a
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.
1 testify to the most excellent qualities of Prof.
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
detergent it is both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with vhich I am ac
quainted. N. T. Lupton, Prof. Chemistry.
Darbys Fluid is Recommended by
Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, of Georgia-
Rev. Chas. F. Deems, D.D., Church of the
Strangers, N. Y.;
Jos. LkContk, Columbia. Prof. .Universitv.S.C.
Kev. A. J. Battle, Prof. Mercer University;
Rev. Geo. F. Pibhcj, Bishop M. E. Church.
INDISPENSABLE TO EVERY HOME.
Perfectly harmless. Used internally or
externally for Man or Beast.
The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we
hare abundant evidence that it has done everything
here claimed. For fuller information get of your
Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors,
J. H. ZEILIN CO..
Manufacturing Chemists, PHILADELPHIA
RUBBERS .FOR JARS,
SAVE YOUR FRUIT !
Scarr's Fruit Preservative!
Without the use of Sealed Cans. Tbe
CHEAPEST and ONLY SURE KIND
KNOWN. pEitFKOTLy Hakmi.kss. Call
and. try it.
At ENNISS' Dhuo Stork,
RICHMOND & DANVILLE E. 1
N. C. DIVISION.
Jan. 6tn, 1884. No. 51.
Leave Charlotte 3V38 a.m.
" Salisbury 5.31 "
" Higlt Point.. 6.47 "
Arr.Greeiisboro.... 7.27 "
Leave O reenboro . 9.45 "
Arr. Hillsl,oro....7T 11.49 "
" Durham 12 27p.m.
" Raleigh 1.43 "
Lv. " 3.00 "
Arr. Goldsburo 5.151,
I No. 53,
8.03 p. a.
Jan. 6lli, 1884. No. 50. No. 52.
LeaveGold.boro 11.55 a.m. - -
Arrive Raleigh .... 2.15 pm - -
Leave " . .... 5.10 " - -
Arrive Durham 6.27 " ( - -
" Hillsboi im "I - -
Greens! ro... 9.25 " j - -Leave
" 9.55 " 9.43
Arrive High Picrrt 10.37" ! 10.17 "
Salisbury 12.05 " 1128 "
"- Charlotte 1.58a.m. 12.53 fj
The Old Kniiein Plant. 4
in giving us
an a h u n
dance of her
v a 1 u r. b 1 0
she has by
ous in the
tion she has
give n ior
in its eager
CO-irch for the rare ones, has1 overlooked
this fact. How Liany of ua seeing the
.xmini'jn Mullein plaut in t'.e old fields
nd wustc places-; the beautiful Sweet
Gum tree bordering our bwumps, have
thought that in each there wi; a princi
ple oi the very highest medicinal virtus.
It is true that the Cherokee Indians
kne w of this veurs agoTbut not until rc
cetu ' !.-s it egan to attract the atten
tion ;" the Medical world, and now tho
long iiTak'.n Mullein plant -ranks
anions tiie first, and all the medical
iouruais are heralding its grand effects.
' In UIJ1TS CHEROKEE REMEDY OF
SWEET t-'Jil RULU.:3. tlc mullein tea
b cojfo.:ieu v;ith the bwot Gum, and
by its une Consumptives are relieved
mothers m.ida happy in curing their
little one3 cf Croup and Whooping
Cough, and ell suf-bring from Lung and
Bronchial diseases arc troubled no more.
For sale by all Druggists. Price 25 eta.,
and $1.00 per Bottle. Manufactured by
W.L7K3 A. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga,, Pro
orietor Tay tor's Prem : u in Cologne.
'Cash aivl for Sweet Gu:n.
Pec, 13: 9:0iu.
No. 15 Dttly except Saturday,
Leave Greensboro 4 20 p. m?
Arrive at Raleigh 11.54 p. m.
Arrive at Gohlshoro 5.00 a.m.
No. 51 Connect at Greensbors with RAD
R R for all points North, East and Wett of
Danville.- At Salisbury with W N C K B for
all points in Western N C At (ioldsboro
with W & W R R dailv. Nos. 51 and M
connect at Greensboro with R & D K K nd
for all points on the Salem Branch.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
No. 16, Daily ex. Sunday-Lv.Goldsb'o6.4F
Ar. Raleinh 5.F
Lv. ' .2l P"
' Ar. Greensboro 6.40
No. 50 Cunnffta at Saliahnrv with all
points on W N C R R and at Charlotte wits
A.& O. Air Line for all points Sonih.
Nil. rt'l (liinnci li nf ( Mm rl i ,t I o with C. v.
& A.R.R. with all points South and Soulheat
anu with A ot U Air-Line for all points ovn
N. W.N.C. RAILROAD.
11 30 p in
12 36 "
1 16 "
)n00 a a
12 53 p
7 25 p m
8 05 '
9 15 "
5 30 a a
6 05 "
7 10 "
STATE UNIVERSITY RAILROAD.
Going orthl Dailvex. Bw-
Leave Chapel Hill .. 10.20 a m
Arrive University.. 1 1 .20 a m
- No. 2.
Going South. DailyxuBj
Leave University I 12.05 p m
Arrive Chapel Hill 2.25p m
Buffet Sleeping Cars without Chanf
On trains 50 and 51, between New York
and Atlanta, and between Greensboro an
Through Pullman Sleepers on Trains
and 53 between Washington and A ugnla,aDi
nanville and Richmond, and Washington ana
-Througb Tickets on sale at Greensboro,
Raleigh; Goldsboro, Salisbury andTlmrloUj
and at all principal points South, Sonthweah
West, North and Eat, For Emigrants rate W
Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas and the Soulb west
addres M. SLAUGHTER,
Gen. Passenger ?t