font stores iHiulsrt gjtqwtt
ANJ P2ICS3 CURRENT.
Tiie li st Domlier of a
Devoted exclusively to toe" interest of
will be published
SATURDAY, APRIL 5th, 1884,
containing the latest information from alt
the market in the world, respecting
- '' Wool, &r., y '
nnd the values ol all articles used by
SulterijHion $2,50 per annnm catering
Spx-ci men Sent on application.
Publish BD BV
R. DUN0AS CHATER,
187 Fearl Street,
24:3t - NEW YORK.
has just received
of all kinds,
Plan of Organization of the Democrat
ic Party of North Carolina.
Now is the time to
PAPER YOUR ROOMS
and make home mf able. I have the
largest assortment ofnrt
New Patterns. New Stoc k, with tasry and
nice bordering to nia;ch.
Mv l:ne of
is the lest in town,
I receive fresli goods
Farmers, save your Hogs!
By giving Morris. Vefrat ble Compound during
tUe Spring and Hummer, you will have no sickness
among your Uogs. Itwtll prevent and cure Hog
cuolera, and alldlrieases of swine. It will prevent
Trichina;, and will put your Hogs In a thrifty con
dition, clearing the kidneys and liver of worms and
parasites. -It will put hogs In such a condition that
they will fatten In one half the time, thus saving
one half the feed. This wonderful remedy Is man
ufactured from native Roots and Herbs discovered
In the forests of North Carolina, Farmers try It.
For sale by J. H. ENNISS. Druggist,
1.1:Sm. Salisbury, H. CY
THAIS, TW COMB
Oar Stock Constantly RenlnnM
UNDER THE FIRM NAME OF
PLIinUDR & MORGAN.
Wx. J. Pluumer. long known as the bel
flame and Saddle Maker who ever did bush
tus in Salisbury, presents his com hi i nn-nl-
to old friends and patrons with an invitations
la call and see Ids present stock of new
Harness, Saddles, Collars, &c. He warrants
atisfaetion to every purchaser of New Stock,
and also his repair work. Rates ai low as a
ood article will admit of. Call and see.
FLUMMER & MORGAN.
WESTERN N. C. RAILROAD.
OFFICE (JEN. PA8SENGERT AGENT,
Salisbury, N. C, October 12th, 1882
Do vou want something
I keep jut the nicest
You ever put into your mouth.
AfrtTB 5.43 p b:
Leave 6 oo
; slack Mountain ..
: Tass. Train
! Leave 6.10 a m
Arrive 7.28 "
" 8.49 "
" 1.53 m
" 5.44 "
DISORDERED LI G R,
From theo sources arise three-fourths or
the dlaoases of the human raee. These
symptoms indicate their existence : Im mr
Appetite, Bowels costive, Sick Kead
chf, rellnesa alter eating, -ve-io to
exertion of toody or mind, EmcUUoa
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
spirits, A feeling of having aeglected
some duty, Dizziness, Fluttering at tba
Heart, ot before the cyea, bighty col
ored IJrine, cowstipATIOIV, and de
mand the use of a remedy that acts directly
on the Liver. AsaLivermediciuo TUTT'S
PILLS bavo no equal. Their aoti on on the
Kidneys and Skin is also prompt ; removing
sjl impurities through these three scav
engers of tUe system," producing appe
tite, sonnd digestion, regular stools, a clear
skin and a vigorous bod v. TUTTVSS PILLS
cause no nausea or griping nor interfere
with daily work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
Sold everywhere, S5c. Oifie. 4 1 M nrray S t.,N .Y.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Grat Hajb ob WmSKEBS changed in
stantly to a Glossy Black by a single ap
plication of this DTK. Bold by Druggists,
or sent by express on receipt oL-61.
Office, 44 Murray Street, New York.
TUTT'S MANUAL 0? USEFUL RECEIPTS MEL
M I "E1. NO. 8 MIXED NO. 7
Lt. PlgeOn River 1.4T p.m Lv. Ashevlle 10.00a.in
Ar. Ashevllle 4jo p.m ; Ar. P. River 12.13 p.m
LOCAL FREIGHT NO. 4
Lv. Ashevllle 27 a.m
Ar. Statevlller 7.20 p.m
Ar. Salisbury 9.20 p.m
LOCAL Freight No 3
Lv Salisbury 6.12 a.m
Ar Ashevllle 8.20 p.m
The Valley Mntnal Life AssociatioH
HOME OFFICE, STAUNTON, VA.
The Cheapest, Safest, and Most Reliable Life In
surance now offered the public is found In the Val
ley Mutual, which enables you to carry a $1,000 life
p!lcy at an actual average cost of $8.ro per annum.
For further information, call on or aildress
J. W. McKENZIR, Agent,
May 20, 1S83. Salisbury. N . C.
Trains No. 7 and 8 run dally except Sunday,
Train No. 4 connects at Salisbury with R. & D. R.
U., for all points North and East.
Train No. 3 connects at Salisbury with R. & D. R.
H., from all points South.
Train No. 1
Connects at Salisbury with R. k D. R. R. from
all points North and from Raleigh. Connects at
SUtesvIlle with A. T. O. Dlv. of C. C. A A. R.
R. Connects at Warm Springs with j;. Tenn., Va.
Qsk. It. R. for Merrtstown and points West, S. W
Train No. 8 .
Connects at Warm springs with E. T .Va. Ga.R,R.
frost Morrtstown & the West&S.W. connects at
UUtesvllle with A. T. & O. Dlv. of C C. A. R. R.
and at Salisbury with R. & D. R R. lor all points
Nertff and East and for Raleigh.
n sale at Salisbury, Statesvflle, Asheville and the
Vf arm Springs to all principal cities.
A. G.P. A.
.in a t l i. r ; r i
L. H. CLEMENT.
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
Attorneys -A.t XLjaW, "
Salisrurv, N. C.
BLACKMER & HENDERSON
and Solicit or s.U j
8!isbury, N. C.
BOOTS, SHOtS A CAITERS, made to
order: All ork First Class Seventeen Years Ex
perience. All Material of the best grade, and work
done in me laiesr sryies
Ready made wor k always on hand Repairing
neatly and promptly done. Ordtrs bv mailrJrompr
ly tilled. Wm.A Ensle.
51:ly. Halwbi iTr. N. C
1ST O TI C E !
JOHN F. EAGLE,
34 A. It KR,
Invites your attention to his shop, opposite
Vf - r :: . , 1 '
wun c. ivt-jKiii ujg nesuv ann prompt
ly done. All grades of goods made to order
Rooms Dem. Central Kx. Com.,
Raleigh, May 20, 1882.
This committee hereby publish the
plan of organization of the Demo
cratic party compiled from the rules
and amendments heretofore adopted
by the State Democratic Executive
1. The unit of county organization
shall be the township. I each town
ship there shall be an executive com
mittee to consist ot five active Uemo-
crats, who shall be elected ov tue
Democratic voters of the several
townships in meetings called by the
county executive committee. And
said committee so elected shall elect
one of its members as chairman, who
shall preside at all said committee
2. The several township executive
committees shall convene-at the meet
ings of the several comity conven
tions, or at any time and place that a
majority of them may elect, and shall
elect a county executive committee,
to consist of not less than five mem
bers, one of whom shall be designa
ted as chairman, who shall preside at
all of said committee meetings.
3. In case there shall be a failure
on the part of any township to elect
its executive committee for the pe
riod of thirty days, the county execu
tive committee shall appoint said
committee from the Democratic vo
ters of said township.
4. The members of the township
committees shall elect to any vacan
cy occurring in said committees.
5. The county executive committee
sjiall call all necessary county con
volitions by giving at least ten days
notice by public advertisement in
three public places in each township,
at the court house door, and in any
Democratic newspaper that may be
published in said county, requesting
all Democrats of the county to meet
in convention in their respective
townships, on a common day therein
stated, which said day shall not be
less than three days before the meet
ing of-the county convention, for the
purpose of electing their delegates to
the county conventions. That there
upon the conventions so held shall
elect their delegates to represent the
townships in the county conventions
trooi the voters ot the respective
townships, which delegates, or such
of them as shall attend, shall vote the
full Democratic strengtn of their re
spectr e townships on all questions
that may come beiore the said county
conventions. J hat in case no conven
tion shall be held in any township in
pursuance of said call, or no election
shall be made, the township execu-
live committee shall appoint such
6. Each township shall be entitled
to cast in the county conven
tion one vote for every twenty-five
Democratic votes, and one vote for
fractions of fifteen Democratic votes
cast by that township at the last pre
ceding gubernatorial election : Provi
ded, that every township shall be en-
titled lo cast at least one vote, and
each township maj send as many
delegates as it may see lit.
7. lhat in cases where townships
consist of more than one ward or pre
ceinct, each of said wards shall be en
titled to send delegates to county
conventions, and shall cast its propor
tionate part of the township's vote,
based upon the last preceding vote
for Governor in said township.
8. That for the purpose of fully
inaugurating this system, the present
county executive committees shall
continue in oftice until their success
ors are elecled under this system, and
shall exercise all the functions per
taining to said. office under this sys
tem of organization.
9. The chairman of township com
mittees shall preside at all township
conventions in their absence any oth
er member of said committee may
10. In cases where all the town
ship executive committees are requir
ed to meet for the purpose of electing
oounty executive committees, said
meetings shall be deemed to have a
quorum when a majority of such
townships- shall be represented in
appoint the time and place for hold
ing conventions in their resjective
districts ; and the chairman of said
respective committee shall immediate
ly notify the chairuiain of the differ
ent county executive committees of
said appointment, and the said county
executive committees shall forthwith
call conventions of their respective
counties in conformity to said notice
to send delegates to said respective
1. The Slate convention shall be
composed of delegates appointed by
the several county conventions. Each
county shall be entitled to elect one
delegate and one alternate for every
one nunureu ami nity uemocrauc
vote, and one delegate for fractions
over seventy-five Democratic votes
cast therein afr the last preceding
gubernatorial election; and none but
delegates or alternates so elected shall
bo entitled to seats in said conven
tion ; pro vied, that every county
shall have at least one vote in said
1. Such delegate (or alternates of
absent delegate-) as may be present
at any Democratic convention, shall
be allowed to ca-t the whole vote to
which their township or county may
2. In all conventions provided by
this system, after a vote is cast, there
shall be no change in such vote until
the final result of the ballot shall' be
announced by the chairman of said
3. All Democratic executive com
mittees shall have power to fill any
vacancy occurring in their respective
4. That the chairman of the differ
ent county conventions shall certify
the list of delegates and alternates to
the different district and State con
ventions. And a certified , I i.-t of dele
gates and alternates to the State con
vention shall be sent to the Secretary
of the State Central Committee.
For the Committee :
Octavius Coke, Ch'm.
J. J. L itch ford, Sec.
very magnificent exposition. They
are at work on the main building
which alone will cover 32 acres of
nd. Biif. isn't it? Thev have
$600,000 already, ami thpy have not
yet "tapped" the real mouied corpo
rations: These $600,000 have been
got from private person and business
houses. They expect to make it a mil
lion dollar affair.
'Dittvter-General Burke, who by
the way is the busiest man I ever
saw, told me that if they had accep
ted all the applications they have had
for space, all their space would now
be taken. They have yet granted no
space except to otaie ami cuy ami
other collective exhibits.
'What a wonder the floral display
will be! They have a chance of
course that no other great Exposition
ever had, by reason of their climate
situation. And the botanic display
will be a thing seen but once in a
life-time. The city of New Orleans
itself is building the great glass
house where all tropic vegetation in
its gorgeous variety will be seeu, ami
it will keep it as a permanent orna
ment of the city's park. Of course, a
great deal of rare and beautiful things
in botany will be out of doors.
'It will be such a chance to sec
Mexico, Cuba, the West Indies and
some of the Central and South Ameri
can States as has never before been in
tha world. President Diaz, of Mexi
co, has become deeply interested, and
our sister Republic will take advan
tage of its new opening to the rest of
the world by rail to show us what
liig ? Monstrous big !
p ration for t nfieeblea
Suffering from a general want of tone, and
its usual concomitants, dyspepsia and
nervousness, is seldom derivable from the
use of a nourishing diet and stimuli of
appetite, unaided. A medicine that will
effect a removal of the specific obstacle to
renewed health and vigor, that is a genuine
corrective, is the real need. It is tbe pos
session of this grand requirement which
makes Hostetter's Stomach Bitters so
effective as an invigorant. For sale by ail
Druggists and Dealers generally
The Romantic Story of a Poor Girl
who became a Millionaire $ Wife.
i. M. McCORKLE. T. F. KLUTTZ
IVlrOKKLE & KLUTTZ,
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS
Salisbury, N. C.
Oftice on Council Street, opposite the
tram Lrora, Sfl Bering
rtmm bb ran
Po 1 d oa t rl 1. Warrants 6
Fwira, uoi tdiuta)
IBr1nt. !!, T.e -n
rraaUB aara. AUkiwaviUw. ' H
JOMIS OF BlNtSHAWTOSf,
WHEN YOU WANT
AT LOW FIGURES
Call on tbe undersigned at NO. 2. Granite
K'w. D. A. AT WELL-.
Agent for th : "Cardw liThresher."
Salisbury, N. C, Jua 8th tf,
A ft I tor the workjnj class. Send 10 cehts for
UUL Ucostage, and we will mall vou r,g
that , WUJ nuTyon In the "way oi ak ng moe iSZZZ
In a few daysman you ever thought zETttl
MHaess. Capital not required. We win start vera
rvft'?rka'llbeUm or ln spare time oniv
1 he work is universally adapted to both sexek!
young nd old You can eaPsn7 earn from eta
"Jfcery evening. That all who want work may
inhir?USlness;we make tuls unparalleled offer
to all who are not well satisfied we will send $1 to
'?.r troublc or writing us. Ful pamcularV
feS4 etc. sent free. Fortunes will be made by
those who give Uielr whole time to the work
Great success absolutely sure. Don't delay. Start
now. Address Sanson & Co., Portland. Maine
NOW IS THEJTIME TO SUB
SCRIBE FOftSs CAROLINA
COUNTY AND DISTRICT CONVENTIONS.
1. The several county conventions
shall be entitled to elect to their sena
torial, judicial and congressional con
ventions one delegate and one alter
nate for every fifty Democratic votes,
and one delegate for fractions over
twenty-rive Democratic votes cast at
the last preceding gubernatorial elec
tion in their respective counties, and
none but delegates or alternates so
elected shall be entitled to seals in
said convention : Provided that every
county shall have at least one vote in
each of said conventions.
2. The eh airman, or in his absence
any member of the county, senatorial,
judicial and congressional committee
shall call to order their respective
conventions, and hold the chairman,
ship thereof until the convention
shall elect its chairman.
3. The executive committees of the
senatorial, congressional and judicial
districts, respectively, shall, at the
call of the respective chiarman, meet
at some time and place in their re-
ispoctive districts, designated in said
j call. And it shall be their duty to
Both the Packer boys, Robert and
Harry, says t he Pittsburg; Pa., Post,
were treated like equals by their fa
thcr and mother. In the little vil-
luge wliere tins gooii old man lived
there was a summer hotel, which was
patronized considerably during the
season, young Harry Packer .often
taking his mails th'?te. A young
girl named Lock wood, the daughter
of a respectable citizen living near
the village, came in to assist waiting
on the table. The frequency of Har
ry Packer's meal? at t tie hotel attrac
ted some attention, and his brother
Robert, or "Bob," as he was familiar
ly and affectionately called by almost
all who ever knew him, said one day
before the father and Harry at the
breakfast table that Harry was sweet
on a little girl down at the hotel, and
thaUwas the reason he did not conre
to his meals regularly. Harry color
ed ui) a little, and after they had fin
ished their breakfast the old Judge,
seating himself on the front porch,
which overlooks M-tuch Chunk ami
gives such a magnificent view of .the
Lehigh Valley, the moving' boats and
trains, which' his own industry had
created and brought together, said :
'Harry, who is this girl Robert re
fers to ?'
'Miss. Lock wood,' father; the daugh
ter of a man whom you know very
'Are you going to marry her, Har
ry V said thje Judge.
'I have some notion of it father,
'Well, wait till I go down and see
her,' $ud the Judge, and picking up
his old white hat and cane, the Judge
quietly ambled down to the hotel and
asked for Miss Lockwood, She inno
cently came into the office of the hotel
with her dining apron on, and seated
herself beside the Judge. Just what
he said to her, or she to him. will
never be exactly known unless she
tells it, but wheu the Judge came out
he was smiling and appeared mighty
well pleased. He went home and
found Harry still sifting. on the. porch
where he had left him. By this time
the Judge's face jiaf resumed its
usual grave but kind expression.
'Well, Harry," he said, 'that is a
lery nice girl down there, but she
has no money. Ve oiut raise her
The old Judge put down his mem
randa for $50,000, the mother and
the others for $25,000 each, and this
$150,000 waa placed in the bank to
the exclusive and immediate credit of
Miss Lockwood. The engagement
was announced, the wedding day fix
ed, the marriage took -place and
Harry Packer got the girl he liked. .
New Orleans Kx posit ion.
MRS. KATE MEDERNACH,
Is pleased to announce to the ladies ot
Salisbury and surrounding country, that
she has opened a MILLINERY STORE in
Crawford's new building on. Main Street,
adjoining the rpom formerly occupied by
Blackmer & Taylor as a Hardware House.
She is prepared to till orders and respect
fully invites ladies to call and inspect her
stock. Can supply on short notice any
article not in Store. Believes her work
will not only give satisfaction hut pleasure.
Will till orders promptly an d at charges
as moderate as possible. Indellible stamp
ing on any kind ot material for Braiding
and embroidery, also free hand drawing
for Mottos, Hat bands. Handkerchiefs, &c,
any size, plain to elaborate.
SALE OF TOWN LOT I
By virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court of Rowan county in the case ot An
drew Horton and wife, and Minnie Beard
asrainst 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 Ijing
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
N.C K. K . coiHaiain one acre more or
Terms of sale three-fourths cash, and
one-fourth on the 1st day Octo.MriV 1885,
with interest at eight per cent, fronr.dayot
sale. .1. W. MAUNEY, (Wr.
March 17th, ISM. 23:4t.
M. L. ARE Y
J?rcsent his compliments to the niujlic
and respeetfully solicit a trial rt Ifa p
uimisiueui. ii is complete in all j,
quirements of first class business.
Horses, Buggies, Carriages,
Phaetons, Wagons, &c.
f-jff HE IS CONFIDENT OK OIVTX(
Special provision and favorable ratesfo.
Hoarding and keeping horses.
Drovers will find good Stalls and SIimI.
; t this place. Qt
Special accommodations for the benefit
oi Commercial Travelers.
Lee Street, Salisbury, X C
Fresli Tiraip Seel, Turnip
Just received a Fresli lot of
11 i:BP SEED
of all the different kinds, CHEAPER thai
ever at ENNISS' Dkig Siore.
The Great RHEUMATIC CUBE of thedtt
also for LAME BACK, at
ENNISS' Dri- Saohe.
Son;) six cents postage, anrt
reeelve tree, a costly box or
roods wlncli will iielp you to
more r.ionev right away than
anvtlilncr else in i His wori.l. All. ot either sex. suc
ceed from first Uour The hro.vl road to fortune
opens before the workers, and is absolutely sure.
At once address, Trck a- Co., Aujiwta, Maine,
THE VERY BEST.
The "F. F. V.," from the patent roller
mills, of Virgiuia. at $3.50, equal to the
best.in the market. A trial is all that is
necessary to convince you. I also keep
Wilson's Extra Family Floor and all other
gr ides ot flciar. J. I). McNEELY.
J. S. McCUBBINS & CO:,
unable to close out
their entire stock as heretofore ad
vertised have determine! to
again and h
ivc just returned from
with a full New Stock of desirable
What Dr. habney says of tlve Prepara
tions Making for It.
Dr. Dadney on Tuesday returned
jubilantly from New Orleans, whither
he had been according to the instruc
tions of the Board of Agriculture to
look into the outlook for the grand
exposition which is to be there next
'And what is the outlook. Doctor?'
'There is but one thins to believe
or to say they are going to have a 1
Drugs, Queensware, Fish, Bacon,
Lard, Corn, Flour, &c, all of which
they offer lower than ever before for
cash or first class Chattel Mortgage.
C !ironic Iiiar
i :::za, Jc.uiulice,
Impurity -f thai
nl, IVver :A
and fill Diease
isoti lev Ie-
ranjjoment of Liver, liowtls unu Kidney.
SYMPTOMS Or A mSIASm T.TYETt.
Had Breath; I'.iin in Co Sile, iomct!rii.-i the
pain is felt under the Mi t.i Jcr-blaJc, mistaken for
Rheumatism; jjcr.eral I 3 of apatite ; Bowob
generally Citiv-. s mctim alternating with lax;
the heal is troubled w.ili j In, is dull snd beavy,
with ctniderai!e los f memory, accompani--d
with a painful scma ti- n of leaving umlone something
which ui;ht to havs horn r! r.q; a s.lij;Jit. dry cough
and flushed face is sometimes an attendant, often
mistaken for consumption; the pr licnt complains
of weirilies.-, and dchiiiiy : r.ei vous, easily startled;
feet cold nr buni.nj, s r.. clinics a prickly sensation
of the skin xits; spin.i arc low and despondent,
and, although satisfied ti;t exercise would lie bene
ficial, yet one can hr.rdiy summon up fortitude to
try it in f;;ct, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptdi.-.s attend the dise ase. 1 ut cases
Have accurred when but fcvtrjf them existed, yet
examination after deatli lia shown the Liver K
hrtvc been extensively deranged.
It lould be h-.cu tey nil perunn, old and
young, whenever a;iy of tlc aive
Persons Traveling or Uvini; In Un
healthy Localities, by taking a d.ise occasion
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
- all Malaria, iiiiions attacks, Dizziness, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depressi'm of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a slass of wine, but Is lio in
If You have eaten nnyth!ng hard of
digestion, or fi-el heavy after meals, or sleep
less at night, .take a doae anJ ytiu wiU be relieved.
Time and Doctors' Iil! will be saved
by al n ays keepint; the Kegulator
in the Hottse! .
Forj whatever the admen: may he, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tonic can
never be out of place. The remedy is harmleu
and does not interfere vlilt buainess or
IT IS rURTXY .YEGETABU5,
And has all the pw.-.r : nd efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use in my
family for some time, and I am satisfied it is a
Valuable addition to tne mcdie-d science.
J. Gill Short kk, Governor of Ala.
lion. Alexander H. Stephens, of Oa,,
sayij Have derived some benefit from the use of
Simmons Liver Ktgulator, and wish to gitfe it a
"The only Thing that never fail to
ReUeve." I have used many remedies for Dys
.pepsia, Liver Affection arid Debility, but never
liave f..und anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would send further for
suth a medicine, and would advise ail w ho are sim
ilarly anectcd to rivc it'a trial as it seems the only
Uiing that never fails to relieve. .
P. M. Janney, Minneapolis, Minn.
Ir. T. W. Btasnn says: From actual ex
perience yi the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in
My practice I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
BiSy-Take only the Genuine, which always
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trude-Mark
and Signature of J. H. ZEILIN & CO.
FOK SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SIMMOM'S 4MR pEDICIDES
AT REDUCED PIECES, AT
RUBBERS FOR JAR8,
SAVE YOUR FRUIT !
Scarr's Fruit Preservative f
Without llif use of Sealotl Cans. The
CHEAPEST ami ONLY SURE KIND
KNOWN. Pkkkkcti.y IIahmi.kss. Cll
and try it.
At ENNISS' Dm o Stoke.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE i I
N. C. DIVISION.
Jan.tJln, 1884. I No. 61. No. 63,
I Daily. Daily.
Leave Charlotte 3.38 a.m. I S.Oop.a.
M Salisbury 5.31 ' U.:;0 "
" High Pointy. C.47 10.42 J'
Arr.(ircensboro .... 7.'J7 " 11. lo "
Leave reeiiKboro . 9.4o "
Arr. HilUhoro 11.4!) "
" Durham 1'2 27p.m.
" Raleigh 1.43 "
Lv. " 3.00 "
Arr. Gol(l8lro 5.15
No. 15 Daily except Saturday,
Leave Greensboro 4 20 p. m.
Arrive at RaleiKh 11.54 p. m.
Arrive atUoMnborff 5.00 a.m.
No. 51 Connects at Greensbors with RAD
R R fur all points North, East and West of
Danville. Ai Salisbury with V N C R R for
all points in Western N C At (Joldsboro
with W & W R R daily. Nos. 51 and 5J
ronnect at Greensboro with R & D R R ni
for all points on the Salem Branch...
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Jan. 6th, 1884.
A rrive Raleigh
Arrive High Piont
They have a full line of the highest
Standard Fertilizers. If you want
the best Gotton and Tobacco fertili
zers be sure to call on them before
buying. No. 1, Murphy Granite
Salisbury, N. C, Aj.ril 3, 1884,
The Old ItLuliein Plant. 4
in giving us
an abu n
she has hy
ouri in the
tion ;-he has
in its eager
Erurchrfor the rare ones, li.'uov-erlooiied
iliis tact. How many f us weeing the
omni'jn Mullein plant in tha o!d fields
-nd WHsto plains; t'lie bcititiful Sweet
Gum tree border ii'j our swamps, have
iho-.-.v.tt that m each tiiere was a princi-
.!(. f;l I
verv hiirhest i.tocicinal virtu:
is t-u" titat the Cnerokee Indiacj
. . . J A . 1
tin:: vears ngo, nut not uniu r
sit k-c;.'t to attract the atten
;j A-Medical world, and now the
. arst. end all
M-e heraldinsr its grand etfecto.
: '.CVS CHtfiOXEZ REMEDY GF
(UA f.'-;fi ri-JJ LtiH. the uiuuein tea
v,.: , ith te rj,.vctGinn, and
by is use ('.ia:?ijuptivc3 are relieved r-ari
mothers nu.dj iap;;y in curing their
little eneo f Crow? and Whooping
Congh, and i H uileiing from Lung and
lir' inhial "ease3 are ironblcd no more.
For sale h al 1 Dru-psts. Price 25 cts.
and j'i.Oj jer Pottle. M. nufaetured by
Walter A.Ta-yioh, At!:n i, Ga., Pro
prietor Taylor's Pieinii::ii C-jlogne.
"Cash aia f.rH Gum.
De 13: 0:6m.
1 1.55 a. m
1.58 a.m. 1 12.53 ,
! 9.43 a.
: i i-28
NoUb, Daily ex.uoday-Lv.GoIdsb'oMP"
Lv. C-21 F
No. 50 Connects at Salisbury with H
points on VV N C R R and at Charlotte will
A. & C, Air Line for all points honth. -No.
52 Connects at Charlotte with C. C.
& A.R.R. with allpoints South and Sout&et
and with A & C Air-Line for all points-
N. W.N. C. RAILROAD.
No. 50 No. II
Going South. Daily. Laily,
Lv. Greensboro 1130pm lo00
Ar. Kernersville 123ti" H 04 "
" Salem 1 16 " 1253f
No. 51. . .
Goikg .North. Dailv. No.
ex. Sun. 1 D
Leave Salem 7 25 pm 530i
Ar. rternersville 8 05 " 6 05 (
" Greensboro 9 15 " 7lgJ.
STATE UWIVERSIfY RAILROAJ
Leave Chapel Hill
Afrive Uriiversit v..
10.20 a m
1 1 .20 a m
Arrive Chapel Hill ...
n.ilv ex. n"1-
12.05 p m
2.25 p m
Buffet Sleeping Cars without ChtfJ
On trains 50 and 51, between N'ew .
and Atlanta, and between Greensboro
Through Pullman Sleepers on Tj-
and 53 between Washington and -?8n8lJ'Dd
Danville and Richmond, and Washing'0
New Orleans. -.hart,
S-Throuzh Tickets on saleatGree mj
Raleigh, Goldsboro, Salisbury andcC,''Ji!,
and at all principal points South, o0 tJ
West, North and Ea.t, For Emigrant- w m
LouiM ina, Texas, Arkansas and thf
addre, M. SLAUGHTER,
tien. Pas-engei Ag-
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