the Experience of Lynchburg?.
F torn the Lynchburg ViFgliiUui.
a.. i :
All nmrnwajirn I ill 41 n PS men have .
1" wcV " : ,
I mg since reilizjd that nothing iwwer
Ltftg since re iiizja mat nomiug .iver-
Use a town like a live newsp iper; It is I
a meaium ui
lutijj.i which u puic
jn and representation, ft
.. M ! 1
j an exponent of their- affaire as well j
iw of their sentiments. It is at once the
mouthpiece and the mirror of the eonl
itinnity in which it is published. If a
fcity aspires to a trade centre, it tiiust
s.iow tne outside world that it has the
tinain4R in h:irk" its IWlinttioilS. . It
taunt let people know what it is doinglp
Hnd what it proposes to do. It must
not onlv cultivate close ties of self-.n-Wrest
within a restricted trade territory,
- -. - . 1 X M A. I
wrest niuniiniwu n,u I
tint address its claims to the minds;
I4la nnA ci-mnnr hioo. nf nonnlp !
interests and sympathies of people
jw ' m mm
fcTCrywhere within reasonable commti
nicatidn: This cannot otherwise be
done so directly so effectually and at so !
little cost as throvigh well Bii3tainea
newspapers. The ndvertisers who are
MnRxniitJ in ifa rnliimiK fhprpfnre.
are not only speaking for themselves mUje for a vote, and the Clerk pro
and their interCstaut for the interest of ceded to call the roll. When Steele's
.. i. i
Wast It May Come To.
"Hello!" exclaimed a giddy little
comet, disporting itself in the mukv l
9 t . I.I
wav. vv ho are vou, anvnow i! , , , .?
7 -V. i- i' i was seen to bend over the gallery rail,
don t believe I ve seen you in these ir,, , i a.
" , - w . J j In a loud-voice she exclaimed :
parts bf fore; iwTiL. i i"
"No," returned the stranger, "this is
i 'ri ut
my firw. appearance here. , 1 m the top '
. 1 1 . , . . . . . . mm i
p uracil a lady's theatre hat. The
lata iust lelow here a little way."-
For "worn-out," "run-down," debilitated
hcbool teachers, milliners, seamstresses, bouse
keeffen. and over-worked women generally,
!r. Ptarce's Favorite Prescription is the best
Df all restorati ve tonics. 1 1 is not a " Cure-all,
but admirably fulfills a silliness of purpose,
being- a most potent SpeeiftO for all those
Chronic Weaknesses and Diseased peculiar to
wneo. It is a powet-ful, general as well as
uterine, tonic and nervine, and itrjbarts vlgo
tad strength to tho whole system. H prompter
cures weakness of stomach, indication. Mont"
lng, weak back, nervou!) prostration, debllltjr
and sleepiessnofis, in cither set. Favorite Pre
hcription is sold by arngfrirt Under oUf pni
Uvt Burtronfrr.. flee whippet4 around bottle.
Price 1.00. Or klx bottles for $5.00.
A. large treatise on Diseases of Women, pro
fuael v illustrated with colored plates and nu
merous wood-cuts, seat fbr 10 cents in stamps
Address. Wont.n's Dtsf'KkSARY Medicac
Asso i atiov, 663 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
SICK HEADACHE, Bilious Headache,
and Constipation, promptly cured bjr
Dr. Pierce's Pellets. 25c a vial,
hnrTfl "D A prT) mar b fnniul n file hi Goo.
lalO JZ tJZ CaIX iiovrcll & Co' Newspaper
ArtrertMne DtiretMdO Spruce Si A where ad vprtldng
Lontrai-U liter ma-i" for U IN NSW YOUli..
A. Life Experience. Eetrarkable and
quick cures. Trial Packages. Send
fetamp for sealed particulars. Address
Dr. WAiiD A CO. Louisiana, Mo.
ranger I A neglected cold or Cough may
ad to Piieuinonlii.consumpHtih of btwt iatal
disease. Stronc's Pectoral Pi. la wiil cure a
eoldaa by iiimsic liet ihi!ijrlr tlyspepsln.ln
digesliou, sick headache ;.s tliousauUit testify.
DO AORES o( nood land, S miles
nil froai Salisbury, on the Concord road
W terms reasonable for raslh
.11. Piiivcv T.ttnu-iPK.
Yju . 3J a Good Article
Of Plco TottACCO. ask vour dealer foi
If you want to keep up with the times
take the Watchman you can't be left
IS THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED
as bis as a i ra door down to most delicate
Letter and Note Heads,
Bill Heads and Statements,
S;!ml airt tyx-A programmes
OP ALL KINES
Court and Magisterial .
tt.'Ta-U-'lted aad sitlsfa :lUr. gruiratteici.
wDEB! LITY 3p FE2illi5 DGC1T.
fob f tinting,
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Tim Krear Sai.vb in the world for Cut?,
Bruises; ooiv.-, Liccrs, diiii itiuum. rvrr
' " !si n.M.i.A!
iS - sre? TVlte. tJllappcn nanns, uuumaii k
Cortt !Uj t sk in Eruption, ami nositivi-
Coriu, un aji jjkin Eruption, ami
jy (.urts piles,, or no pay required
I II. 11 IS
jruurHTiin - ii t" i . pk
money refunded. Prire S3 cen
G.. I., k M!l7 A- (Vl
cents pes box.
For Sale by K.utt z & Uo.
Wilbur Voted Aye.
The Minneapolis Journal tells this!
for a true story :
Evtu-vlmdv in D;ikot.i knows Wilbur
Steele. He was a member of the
Legislature from Steele county. There
i - dti 1 , . .1-1.:
is an incident in Dteeies legislative
career that goes very far to show his
career lllilt g"5ro veijr liu pavn
characteristic regard for his wife. H
I e ...li r . - U ..L-,o n
hi one faulti however. He takes no
stock in woman suffrage except wher.
be is obliged to. On the occasion in
question the Woman Suffrage bill was
bt-fore the House. M.ijor Pickley was
championing the cause of the fair sex
in eUxitient worus wnen a call was
nattM was reached he rose with the
- . ......
dignity of a Demosthenes and com
,lMr. Spejiker, I am sorry that I can
not support this bill, but "
At that moment a well-dressed lady
" ZLZ ' l Tf a,rh
He tf unced upward. It was enough,
TI . 6 j j i
Ha furnon iinn s in :
"-r: :rrz , " f AXra
Often need some safe cathartic and tonic
to avert approaching sickness or to re
lieve cone, iitauucuc, sick siuinuch, indi
gestion, dyseutery and the couiplainft
incident to childhood. Let the children
take Simmons Liver Regulator and keep
well. It is purely vegetable, not unpleas
ant to the taste and sate to take alone or
in connection with-other roediciue. The
genuiue has our Trade Mark '"Z" in red
on front of wrapper. J. H. Zeilin & Co.,
How the Mayoress Buns a Tcwft.
The mayoress of a Northern Kansas
town, who was eleeted upde? the nev.
woman's sufferage law, came down to
her office the other day with a Mother
Hubbard on, and as she sat cross legged
iu the Mayor's chair the city clerk
noticed that she had a hole in the heel
of her stocking and that her bustle was
to one side. He reported the fact to
his wife, his wife told her hired girl,
the hired girl told her fellow, her fel
low told the city marshal, the city mar
shal told the Mayoress, whereupon the
cityclerk got fired and the town is
pcandalized. The mayoress said she
Would wear her bustle in front, behind
or sideways, and it was nobody's busi
ness. It is, needless to say the fair
Mayoress is red headed. Wichita
Good Results in Every Cast
D. A. Bradford, wholesale pitper dealer
of Chattanooga, Tenn writes tttftt he w
seriously afflicted with a severe ro'd that
settled on his lung: had tried many reme
dies without benefit. Beinu iuduecd to try
Dr. King's New Discovery fr Consumption,
did so and was entirely cured bv the use ol
fcwiottles. Since which tune he has
used it in his honilv for nII Courtis and
Colds with best results. This is the expe
rience of thousand whose lives have been
saved bv this Wonderful discover?.
Trial battle free at Kluttz'c Dru Store.
A Satisfactory Explanation.
From the Judge.
Wife (indignantly) Albert, here is
a letter I found in your pocket. It is
signed Mabel, and is, I must confess,
the most sickening missive I ever read.
Oh, you horrid monster ! I will tell
mother all about it.
Hubby But, my dear, have you
looked at the date?
Wife No, but I will. Why, it is
dated November 1st, 1883 !
Hubby (.with a look of triumph)
Yes, darling; one of the loving let
ters you wrote me before we were mar
ried. An Snd to B:no Scraping.
E hvard Sheperd, of Harrisbunj, 111.,
says. Having received so rau Ii Ijcnent from
E e-tnc Bitters, I feel it mv duty to ht
Buffeiina hunianitv know it. Have had a
running sore on my leg for eight years; my
d.octois told me I would have to have the
bone scraped or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three lttle of Electric Bitters and
seven boxes of Buck ten's Arnica Salve, and
my le: is now sound and well."
Electric Bitters are sold at nftv cents a
bottle, and Bucklen's arnica Salve at 25c.
per box at Kluttz's Drug Store.
About the only pleasant feature of
the disastrous elision of the Brittanic
ahd the Celtic is the fact that Captain
Perry of the Brittanic, who behaved
with much splendid courage and pres
ence of mind is a native American and
a resident of Brooklyn. New York
K HUM A T P
A SPECIFIC FOR
leant y and
It taken during tbc CHANGE OF LIFE, great
offering aod dancer will lie a voided far" t cud lot
fcOOlt M Ess An E TO WoMEX." lU-lUod Ipm.
BfeUriij KcbVLATou Co., Atlanta, Ca.
What to Taks Horns.
Take homo to yonr wife a sincere and
Kept affectionate, and true and tender;
Kindletlwelt toaglowbj a living altar j
The gift of a giver not a sender.
' Take that home to your wife.
When you find a pleasant word afloat on
And are puzzled to know how to catch
Bid it come to you at once for kindest
keep and care,
Guard it cautiously and tenderly watch
Take that hotrie to your wifei
Sh i'd you f nd a bright idea wandering
nidiic: sly about,
And m.irel how you best may obtain
Set a prompt and careful watch, botn
within and without,
And, when once you have made out to
Take that home to your wife;
Should there sleep within your soul a
little spark of love;
With a tendency each day to growing
Ijet the "coal from off the altar'' but
touch it from above,
And with your own heart happier and
Take that honie to your wife;
Should you spy a little sin in the pat h
k way of life,
No matter how, or where or whenever,
Toss it back upon the winds a germ of
worldly strife ,
Resolving, what may come, that you'll
Take that home to your wife.
Take only to your wife all the good" that
, you know
In the worldly ways of life's daily giv
Take your heart in your hand when your
homeward way you go,
And you'll have at last a life worth the
To take home with your wife.
Meat and Drink.
taking excessive care about diet is
believed to be a cause of dyspepsia.
'A white saccharine powder derived
from coal tar serves the tea or coffee of
Cotton seed oil is among the astonish
ing variety of things in the cheese we
eat which has no business there.
The recent incresise in the supply of
eggs has been chiefly from the Ckuth
west. A heavy Northwestern surplus
is expected in this market.
It is declared impossible to detect the
cotton seed oil adulteration of bird, the
detection being much more difficult
tlan that of olive oil.
One of the femenine butchers who
ha had a place for twenty-five years in
Washington Market, boasts of being
able to cut up a calf quicker than any
Good buttermilk made from sweet
cream and taken fresh, in form of food
is found serviceable in cases of diabetic
A diet of pure buckwheat flour cakes
hujs also proved advantageous.
No more oleomargarine under the
name of butter in fair France. And
the plain characters "margarine," or
"oleomargarine," must be burned into
every form of 4article containing these
Jit is now the rule, according to
"medical authority," not to abstain from
drinking water, but to take three and a
half pints daily, and large people must
take four and a half pints. The next
wave may be something greater. New
Yoi k Mail and Express.
Southern White Slavery.
Sanford (X. C.) Express.
The people are buying their corn ami
meat, raiment, literature, religion, poli
tics, civilization and newspapers from
the Yankees. It is true of the South.
It, is a rmc South indeed. In 1860 we
owned slaves, and led an independent
civilization, lived an independent man
hood and enjoyed an independent
school of thought. To-day we are
slaves. Slaves, mind and soul to our
own race and blood. To the men wl.o
now feed and clothe us, write our poe
try, our romance, our history and our
theology and our journalism. You
cannot deny it. Our farms our break
fast tables, our stores, our ward robes,
our libraries, our own newspapers, our
f tenants our clergymen and our politi-
cians are all lankee born. But we are
the new South, regenerated, re washed,
redressed, reinvigorated and reinstated
to make something of us. The wash
ingthe dressing and the invigorating
are all going on, and very frequently
the new creature is. spanked for its re
sistance and reminded of its former
naughtiness. What big fools the
Southern people are about the North.
A Bat Catgut By a Clam.
The attention of several persons in a
Utica (N. Y.) restaurant was attracted
one evening recently by the cries of
some small animal in a room adjoining
ana accompaniea oy an occasional
thump on the floor. Curiosity being
aroused, the case was investigated, and
it was found that a larsre ur.tv r;it
hadL gotten himself into a strange di
lemma. A pile of clams lay in one
corner of the room, and in walking
over them the rat had carelessly allow
ed his caudal appendages to slip be
tween .the partly opened shells of a
mammoth bivalve. No sooner, however,
had the foreign substance touched the
clam than it closed up with a snap
fastening the rats tail in a vise. Now,
the rodent had no idea of being a clam.
noc being so closely attached to one for
auy leugth of time. So he started for
his hole in the wall at breakneck speed,
so lealing lustily and bustling the bi
valve after him. Unfortunately for
the rat, the hole was not large enough
to "admit the clam, and the consequence
was that the former wa3 unable to zret
away, and proved an easy victim to bis
Its thousands of cures arc the best ad
vertise.ucnt f Dr. Sagcw Catarrh Remedy.
Marvel of Photography
It is a curious fact, perhaps not
known to the smneral reader, that the
exposure cf a photographic plate makes
n ynxxzhU change in its appear-
ance. Jt is a creamy wniteiSemi-crans jin ih exiraorainary reiracuve j
narent Diece of irlass when it eoes into; Our common class contains on
the camera. It presents precisely the
same appearance after tne sun uas
stamped the picture ajfah. The most
powerful microscope would not detect
any change The most expert photo
grapher in the world would be unable
to decide whether or no a plate lias
Yet the picture is thre. It only re
quires "development" to bring it out.
And that in what this "dark room" is
for. The least ray of natural light
would spoil the plate. But light
strained through ruby or yellow-color
ed screens of translucent paper or glass
is deprived of those rays which are so
essential and at the same time so fatal
to photographic success.
The operator places his plate in one
of the "developi ngjjans," pours over it
ce.tain combination of chemicals,
and, lo 1 a marvelous metamorphosis
begins. The white surface darkens,
ana as the chemical continues its ac
tion, the picture grows on the plate
before his eyes, until the scene on ob
ject on which the lens was tured is as
accurately reproduced as though caught
and held in a magic mirror. Boston
How She Spent Her Time.
The precious small boy finds a rival
in a small girl who figures in the pri
mary Department of fhe Canujoharie
Teacher (to small girl who had
"skipped schoof't "Where hav. yon
been and what have you been doing all
Small girl ( working the heel of her
shoe in a crack in the floor) '"Part of
the time riding down hill.
Teacher (with an encouraging smile
as a recognitiqn of veracity) "And
what were you doing the rest of the
Small girl (naively) "Walking
up! A Albany Journal,
4'Tell me not in mounful numbers
that the town is full of gloom, for the
man's a crank who slumbers in these
bursting days of boom. Life is real,
life is earnest, and the grave is not its
goal; every dollar that thou turnest
helps to make the old town roll. But
enjoyment, and not sorrow, is our des
tined end or wav: if von have no
money, borrow buy a 'corner lot each
day! Lives of great men all remind us
we can win immortal fame; let us leave
the chumps behind us. and we'll eet
there just the same. In this world's
broad held of battle, iu the bivouac of
lfe! let us make the drv bones rattle
buy a corner lot for wife! Let us, then,
be up and doing, with a hart for any
ate; still achieving, still pursuing,
booming early, booming late. Atchi
In one week Ely's Cream Balm opened
a passage in one nostril through which I
tiaU not breathed in three years, subdued
an inflatnation in mv head and throat.
the result of Catarrh. Colonel O. M.
Neilliay, Owego, N. Y. (See adv.)
Baltimore Market, May 28.
Winter Bran is quoted at $20(,21
per ton. City Middlings at B ton.
City Mills Super $2.503.10: Howard
btreel li,xtra at $H.tib(a.iibOz Howunk
Street Family at $4.15i;i.60.
Green Hurl Broom Corn
Green Selt'-workiug Broom Corn
Green Short Broom Corn
Short and Medium led tipped
Crooked Broom Corn
FOB RIO CARGOB3 AND IXVOICBS.
Goou 21Ju2 4
Fait to good Santos 181a
Mackerel are held dull. 1885. No.
2 at $8.50(10.00 to Eastern and Western
Car lots bulk Shoulders are steady at
6a6t ct.; long clear Sides Sets.; and clear
kio ao. b cts., strong: crude Western
Lard 7(jr$7 cts.
The market is fairly active and firm.
We quote :
Cut Loaf and cubes
4 Jr. 5
17 to 20
22 to 25
30 to 35
42 to 45
10 Pilot Bread
9 " " Ex.
C Soda Biscuit, Ex.
8 " " X
7 1 Sugar crackers
8 W. Crackers
Lewis Pure White Lead, in oil
Peerless " - "
Patuxent" " " "
French Zinc, "
Amer. " "
Raw Linseed Oil
Single Boiled Oil
Double Boiled Oil
Cotton-seed Od, crude
. iviinr.l S. yellow
' " Ih wl ite
a i 5
44 : ;:
iWlinlr? the mast wonderfnlthing
that h-is been discovered of late is the
new glass which has just been made in
Sweden, differing from ordinary glass
substances, while the Sweedish glass
consists of fourteen, the most mipor-
tent elements being phophosrus and
boron which are not found in any other
glass. The revolution which this new
refractor is destined to make is almost
inconceivable, if it is true as is posi
tively alleged, that while the highest
power of an old fashioned microscopic
lens reveals only the one four hun
dred thousandth part of an inch, this
new irlass will enable us to distin-
guish one two hundred and four million
seven hundred thousandth part of an
inch. It makes one's hand ache to
write these figures; and who can tell
what worlds within worlds may not be
discovered with such an instrument a
this? Magnified after this fashion, th
smallest animalcule will be converte
into a giant, and if tne same refractin j.
power can be applied to the telescop
we shall have the moon brought to our
very doors. (Something to Head.)
Subscribe for the Watchman.
ATernfile Surdcal ODeratton
A FATAL IIISfAKE. I
The Cleveland (Ohio) Press,
of February 231, 1883, pub
lished dn account of a fatal
urgical operation which caused
a great commotion among med
ical men throughout the whole
country. Dr. Thaver. the most
eminent surgeon in 'leveland,
pronouncing it scanttaloiis. It
appeal's that a Mrs. King had
been suffering for many years
from some disease of the stom
ach, which had resisted the
treatment of all the physicians
in attendance. The disease
commenced with a slight de
rangement of the digestion,
with a poor appetite, followed
by a peculiar indescribable dis
tress in the stomach, a feeling
that has been described as a
faint "all gone" sensation, a
sticky slime collecting about
the teeth, causing a disagree
able taste. This sensation was
not removed by food, but, on
the contrary, it was increased.
After a while the hands and
feet became cold and sticky
a cold perspiration. There
was a constant tired and lan
guid feeling. Then followed a
ireadful nervousness, with
rloomy forebodings. Finally
he patient was unable to re
ain any food whatever, and
rliere was constant pain in the
bdomen. All prescribed rem
edies failing to give l-elief, a
consultation Avas held, when it
was decided that the patient
bad a cancer in the stomach,
nd in order to save the patient's
i fe an operation was justifi
able. Accordingly, on the 2 2d
of February, 1883, the opera
tion was performed by Dr.
Vance in the presence of Dr.
Tuckerman, Dr. Perrier, Dr.
Arms, Dr. Gordon, Dr. Capner,
-nd Dr. Ilalliwell of the Police
-ioard. The operation consist
cl in laying open the cavity
- f the abdomen and exposing
ie stomach and bowels. When
. is had been done an cxamin
: ion of the organs was made,
it to the horror and dismay
f the doctors there was no
ncer to be iound. The pa
nt did not have a cancer,
hen too late the medical men
.iscovered that they had made .
i terrible mistake ; but they
3wed the parts together and
Iressed the wound that they
iad made, but the poor woman
ank from exhaustion and died
a a few hours. How sad it
:iust be for the husband of this
oor woman to know that his
,vife died from the effects of a
surgical operation that ought
ever to have been performed,
f this woman had taken the
roper remedy for Dyspepsia
1 Nervous Prostration (for
..lis was what the disease really
vras), she would have been liv
ig to-day. Shaker Extract of
oots, or t$Ei6EL's Curative
-Yrup, a remedy made ex
pressly for Dyspepsia or Indi
'?stion, has restored many such
ascs to perfect health after all
her kin is of treatment have
led. The evidence of its
iiicaey in curing ti.is class of
ses is too voluminous to be
'iiblished here ; but those who
i ad the published evidence in
iavor of this dyspeptic remedy
do not question its convincing
nature, and tho article hai
extensive sr.b. - s
The undersigned have entered into a
jnarch s, 1887, Consignments especially
McNEELY & TYSON.
Tho uiMforsiirncd takesthis opportunity
to return thanks to his numerous friends j
for their patronage, and asks the con-j
tinunnee of the same to the NEW FIRM.
He will always be on hand to serve the
patrons of the NEW FIRM.
27:tf J. D. McNEELY.
Would like a position as Book Keeper
in the town of Salisbury; have had an ex
perience of eigiit 'years at the business,
system Double Entry, and would respect
fully refer to F. B. Gibson, of Gibsou's
Station, in whose employ I am now and
have been for four years; also refer to the
following gentlemen of Gibson S&tion :
L. B. McLaurin, W. H. Morrison and D.
27:lmpd JAMES S. PIPKIN.
Situated in Unity township, Rowan Co.,
nine miles from Salisbury, near the Wilkcs
boro nHl, adjoining the lands ol Jus. Holt,
Calvin lltfriapa and others, containing 144
acres, nearly one half of whiih is i
heavily timbered. A good dwelling-house,
bain, well, :ind out-buildings, all new.
Purchaser paying some cash can have in
dulgence ou the ba!amc.
Address Was. J. C. McCORKLE,
Jerusalem, DavieCo,, N. C.
N. W. AVER A 60N. iw bnthurized agebU.
BlcSiflOflfl aift Eaifffle MM Co.
Western North Carolina Division.
CIRCULAR N0. 488.
Gen'l Passenger Dep't., V
AsHEVILLE, X. C, May 6lh, 1887. j
The following Passenger Train sclietlule between
Ashevllleand spartar.buoTrti nereby acDcunccd,
to lake effect May sth, isT :
TRAIN NO. 53.
Leave AshevU'.e irroa. ni.
AslieviUe Junctlcn 1140 "
Aiden p. ni.
Fletchers 1-.1G "
llendcrsonvllle 124.' "
Flat hock "
' Soiudo 1S "
Try on 1.56 '
" compobcllo 2.5! i "
- Inmou ?.ss "
" Campion 2.46 "
Anlvc Kpartiinburg 3 i' "
Tit IN ro. b-1
Leave Spartanburg S.50 p. ni.
4 Inmon 4.14
' i'ompobeUo 4i9
" Trjou 4 52 "
" Meirose S-14 "
" I'at Lock B.B
" llendersonvlile fi 07
Arden 6.w '
AshevlUc Junction 7.U4 "
Arilvo Ashevllle T.10 "
3?D illy except Sundayj
.108. L. TAYLOR, Q. P. A.
W. A. TFRK, A. O..
PIEDM01TTJ.IR LINE. '
Richmond & Danville Bailroad.
Western North Carolina BivisioD.
Gknkral Passengku Dep't.)
ASHEVILLE, N. C, Nov. 6, 16.
COLdensed Schedule, taking effect Nov
4 33 p m Lea e New York
6 r " Phttadelpbia
J it Baltimore
11 00 " Vasunigion
5 1Sam " Lyucaouiif
7 ii Arrive Uanvtlie
3 20 p-tn
12 35 p in
10 03 h in
11 40 p 111
9 30 a in
11 i pm
S 3j a in Leave
9 43 Arrive
5 uo p in Lca
1 00 a m
11 2m a ni
S 4'i p m Leave
S 01 Aril . e
Arrive 12 30 a m
Leave 1 1 00 p m
Arrive & 18 p m
11 So a ni Leave
12 39 p m Arrive
Conne!ij S rings
Black Mountain t
11 51 a m
l eave 8 ro
Arrive ft 50
1 10 a m Arrive
8 00 a m Leave Asiieviiie
11 S5 Sylva
12 05 p. m. Webster
1 40 Charleston
3 04 Busbnell
5 00 p m
12 A m
10 so a m
75th Meridian time used fCaat or Paint Hock.
901 h West
Trains on Murphy Branch run dally exce.pt SuaJ
hrough Pullman "Sleepers on south bouafl train
leaving Salisbury at 11 p. in. for Atlanta and New
ThrougU Pullman Sleeper on north bound train
leaving smsDuiy at 8 -p m. for Wasninxtwn,
Pullman Sleeper on Kitme train from Greensboro
to Ulchmond and Greens-boro to Kaleigb.
Does nJt leave Goldsboro suuday ulght.
JDos not leave Greensboro stuntay night.
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