tivt C-amUinj Habit
m a V-k
tiWL ve have seen score ot printers
iJTfoir ofircetv lawyers lose' their '
. . , li
client, prywetue JP"f?rr
MuKHfi i ie tieir (, itrtjsts
5e their ., book-keepers tot
i .i 1 x 1 ; -3
wives aixi ike km of t keir families,
business men loae their properly
. from permitting ihemselres to gatn-
The habit is prejudicial to all of
tr-isiuess interests, detriittental to ai! of
Hierxrv or wafessionat advancement.
wad isastrovs to brain, uerreand hu-4
tixm endurance. The good gifts that
Hioa maVeiTlo tuen in the way of brain,
tcrt s4 ability are never augmented.
are always weakened and fretted
jswav at tne gamiBg laoie, wuere men ;
aire 'utimaiated to greed and broken j
hw eiciteraent. Potntroy Democrat.
efconl t rollers, minir-i seamrtreMe bouse-
keepen. nnd over-wortaM women
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription i'tbe best
of ai; rertoratire tonics. H is not a w Cure-aJl,
vlut admirably f ulilJls a Mnirleness of punje,
-Ins; a most potent Specific for all those
.Chronic Weaknesses and Diseases peculiar to
women. It is a powerful, general as well as
atfriae. tonic and nervine, and imparts vigor
and Unearth to the whole system. It Promptly
eures weakness of stomach, indirestion. blpat
tn. weak back, aervmts prostration, debility
and sleepleawiess. in either sex. Favorite Pre
luTtption is sold by driavists under our jvwi
lire otuirtmttc. wnwpr sroitnd bortte.
I'rlee $140, or clx bottles for $5.00.
A larre treattae. mm Diseases of Women, pro
fusely illustrated wtts enswred plates and nu
merous wood-enta, seaft for lfreents m staaaps.
Addreaa. Wonnn's Di8TOat Mwerxi,
AsaociATtoa, OO Main Street, Buffalo. V. T
ICK HE A D A CUE, ItiKons Hnsche,
and ronstlpeUon. promptly cored by
Dr. rkTce's Pellets. 25c a vial,
bjr dr u'i'iS.
STU TO T A T!m r tovnit m Sl fwt Oen.
1 UAo X AT XliU- r. Howrll a Cu'i NVwuiwper
A'trrrtUbue l)tv-aa tW Spruce St. whrro AdvrrttNing
Mtraeu may W mvitTCur U IX NKW YOUli.
3lMLin aVRllLlJIa? HCAT.
A Life Ezporlenoe. Rerr arkable and
.quick euros. Trial Packages. Send
tamp for sealed particulars. Address
Dr. WAjD A CO. Louisiana, Mo.
rsarerl A ni5lectel cold or cough m ay
'eaa t fueitmontn.t 'ousumption ocotaer fatal
disease. Strong's Pectoral Pi lawi'l cu r
ew'd at hyie?ir. Ivmhnigfor dyspepsiajn'
anesUoa. sick headache a tlwaasaiiiia testily-
Situated io I'nity township, Jtonan Co.,
nine miles froai Salisbury, near the Wilkcs
horn rnnd, adjiininr Hie lands of Jas. Holt.
Catvin lltrrtsnn and others, containing 144
acres, nrarlr one half of which is
SSCOKD CHEEK BOTTOM,
heavily tiuiU-red. A pond dwelling house,
barn, well, and out-huildins. all new.
urchaser paying some cash can have in
dulgence on the balance.
Address - Jlns. J. C. McCOUKLE,
Jerusalem, Duvie Co., N. C.
A ORES oi P91' land, C miles
fr n Salisbury. n the Concord road,
terms reasonab!e. for cash.
, Pt.Nk.NKV LCDWICK.
f You Witk a Good Article
fit Pluo Tobacco, ask your dealer foi
If you want to keep up with the time
aake the Watchman you can't be left
IS THOROUGHLY EQl'irrKD
f flb friiiting,
as bis ss a btrn door down to most delicate
letter and Note Heady,
Bill Heads and Statements,
Stbtol an) pittj programmes,
OF ALL KINDS
Court and Magisteiia,
(L pt r tr 1-Urd anrt sallbfii' tl i t:artu.Uir'!
rrvVaCa f i tr(e v imp
Wonderful Cu 8.
W. D. Hovt & Co Wholesale nnd Retail
2. . "t , - I
irug;;.. m . tp; c mn-
f"- Prl3SSJ2fe DS2r
E'eztrk Hitler ami Bm-kk'n -Ai im-n Salvr
i..r two xenr. H
(lies tlittt sell us
.- - .me...
Have .never 'handled reine-
well, or gfvaancli nni versa!
icne Imvc been wmic woir-
deiTitl cures effected hv th r medicine in
this city. beveral cne f pronounced
Consumption have lnen entirely cured ly
use of a f-w Unties 4 Dr. Kiaz,s Sew Dis
covery, taken in connection with Electric
Bitters- We gti -trait toe thcui alwava.
Suld by Kluitz ic Co.
A. 3 Cm fox Youaf Mea.
Young men, p iste this in your hat
and read it every day :
Attend well to your business.
Ue punctual in your payments.
- "vu wvisiiWiuJuio&
re to do right
Bnry no raaH.
b aithfully perform your duty.
uo noi in me natn or vice.
Have respect for your character.
Lie not, tor any consideration.
Make few acquaintances.
Never profess what you do not practice
Occupy your time in usefulness.
PostjMine nothing that you csin do now.
Quarrel not with your neigher.
Recompense every mini for his labor.
Save something against a day of trouble.
Treat everybody with kinduess.
Use youself to moderation.
Villify no person's reputation.
Watchfully guard against idleness.
Xamine vour conduct daily,
ifield to superior judgment
Zealously pursue the right path.
k never give up.
Not a few of the citizens of Salisbury
have recently lietottte ureal ly excited over.
the astonishing tin ts, that sev ral of their
Ineuds who had been pronounced by their
physicians as incurable and U-yond all hope
suffering ivilh that dreadful monster con
sumption have lieen completely cured by
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, the only remedy that doea positively
cure all throat ami liui diseases, Coughs,
Cold, Asthma and Bronchitis.
Trial bottle free at Kluttz& Co.'s Drug
store, i trge hot t lee f 1
This is the way Col. R. G. Incersoll
expresses himself in regard to the al-
ieett struggle between labor and capi
tal : "Here is a shoe shop. One man
in t he shop is always bu.sy at work dur
ing the day always industrious. In
the evening he goes courting some good
.fice girl. There are tive other men in
:tie shop who don't do any such thing.
These spend half their evenings in dis
sipation. The first young man by and
try cuts out these others, and gets a
ooot and shoe store of his own. Then
lie marries the girl. Soon he is able
:o take his wife out to ride of an even
The five laborers, his formed
companions, who see him indulging
this luxury, retire to a neighboring
saloon and pass a resolution that there
is an eternal struggle between capital
OAen need some safe cathartic and tonle-
to avert approaching sickness or to re
lieve colic, hetidache, sick stomach, indi
gestion, dyseutery and the complaints
incident to childhood. Let the children
take Simmons Liver Regulator and keep
well. It is purely vegetable, not unpleas
ant to the taste and safe to take alone or
in connection with other medicine. The
genuine has our Trade Mark UZ" in red
on front of wrapper. J. H.Zeilin & Co.,
Just to Amuse the Baby.
A few days ago two ladies, one f
whom carried a baby, entered a Boston
carpet store and signified their desire to
look at some carpets. It was a very
warm day, but the salesman cheerfully
showed roll after roll, until the perspira
tion literally streamed from every pore
of his body. Finally one of the ladies
asked the other if she did not think it
was time to go. "Not quite," was the
answer of her compauion, and then, in sn
undertone she added : "Baby likes to see
him roll them out, and it is "not time to
Jake the train."
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The. B&st Salve in the world for Cut?,
Bruivs. S ores, U cer, Salt Hlu uin, Ftver
Suivs, THte. Ch:pKHl Hand, Cliilhlnir.
Corns, snil all Skiii Erupt ions, and positive
lv ruren Piles, or no pay required. It i
guaranteed to aive erleet aatisfaetion. or
money refunded. Piicc S$ cents pes box.
For Sale by Kluttz & Co.
Catholic and Protestant Bibles.
That translation of the Bible known
is the 'Vulgate, which was the work of
Jerome from 385 A. D. to 405, is the
version authorized by the Roman Cath
olic church and used? by it. Protestants
use the King James version, which was
made from many ancient manuscripts
An ounce of alum will purify a
whole hogshead full of fowl water.
A SPECIFIC FOR
Painful Q-pprtiied Trsaala
rofu 9 can r y and A
If taken during tbe CHA5RK OF LITE, great
offering and 'tangcr win be avoided fWSraQ ; i
book " Men AOS to Wom," m.Ucd free
VnaertrLC Hscvlatob Cx, Atlanta, Ca
Where's toy bat?
Who' men my knife? -
Who turned ay coat wrong side 6ut
and slung it under tke lounge ?
There yoa go, my ly. Wkea yoa
came into the feovse last evening too
flung your hat across the room, jumped
out of your shoes and kicked em right
and left, wriggled oat of your coat and
gave it a toss, and now you are annoyed
because each article hasn't g it he red
itself into a chair to be ready for you
when you dress in the morning.
Who cut those shoe strings? You
did to save one minute's time in unty
ing them. Your knife is under the bed
where it had rolled when you hopped,
skipped and jumped out of jour trows
ers. Your collar is down behind the bu
reau, one of your socks is at the foot
of the bed and your vest may be in the
kitchen wood box for all you know.
Now, then, my way has always been
the easiest way. I had always rather
fling my hat down than hang it up;
I'd rather kick my boots under the
lounge than place in the hall; I'd rath
er run the risk of spoiling a new coat
than to change it.
I own right up to being reckless and
slovenly, but, ah me! havn't I had to
pay for it ten times over! Now set
your foot down and determine to have
order. It is a trait that can be ac
quired. An orderly man can make two suits
of clothes last longer and look nicer
than a slovenly man can do with four.
He can save an hour a day over a man
who slings things helter-skelter. He
stands twice the show to get a situa
tion and keep it and live times the
show to conduct a business with
An orderly man will be an accurate
man. If he is a carpenter, every joint
will tit. If he is a merchant his books
will look neat. An orderly man, al
ways a prudent one. If you should ask
ine how to become rich, I should an
swer; "Be orderly be accurate"
The circle of improvement and de
velopment in the bouth is constantly
enlarging, until it will very soon in
clude the entire South. It is like a
stone thrown into the water the waves
which it causes spreading in every di
rection, until they include the whole
pond. Starting with the mineral dis
tricts of Alabama and Tennessee, the
spirit of progress and development, the
improvement in industries, the new
factories built, mines opened, companies
organized, the advance in prices spread
first to all the surrounding portions of
these States and thence to Mississippi
and Louisiana. Now Arkansas feels
this impetus, and the lutest news is
n veD W l?)omj.,,& and
that there litis been maaed improve
ment in Louisville and other cities in
the business done, in new factories es
tablished, and cousequently in the price
Fort Smith, Ark., in the far west,
has enjoyed for a month past a decided
"boom," due to the rich mineral finds
in the vicinity of that town, and the
sales of reservation lots there have
placed the large sum of 500,000 to
the credit of its school fund. At Hot
.Springs also, which has been long sus
pected of being a rich country niinera!
ogically, valuable finds have been tn;:de
and a mining company of immense
proportions organized. Mansfield, La.
fexarkana, on the borders of Texas
ami Arkansas, have also seen consid
erable activity in business and improve
ment in prices, and one by one the
Southern towns send in the encourag
ing news that they are throwing off
the thrall of depression and entering
on a new era of industry, energy, ac
tivity and promise. Age of Steel.
Four Kieh New Yoiksrs.
In a cheap restaraunt on Park row
four shabbily dressed men seated them
selves at different tables and called for
"coffee and cakes" price ten cents.
1 he poorest looking of the four is the
President of a pie-b,iking company and
owns stocks and real estate represent
ing $5,C00,0L0. The second of the
quartet is a builder worth at least $2.
IAK),000. He sat next to a peddler of
collar button j, who looked as t hough
a bath would be beneficial. The build
er started life as a brick layer. He
grumbled at the diminutive proportion
of the cakes. The third individual of
note is the proprietor of a lare eooner-
age and litis all he can do to spend a
i ration or ms income. His estate is val
ued at over a million, kt one time he
drove a truck. The fourth man in his
day owned two gambling houses on
Ann street. He is engaged at present
in missionary work for a confidence es
tablishment on Broadway near Eighth
street. Wis victims are numerous and
his commissions large. His clothes are
rusty, but his pockets always well filled.
As he chatted with the proprietor
he appropriated a cigar with-
ou: paving tor it. It costs the oie
man less than $10 a week to live; the
builder something like twice that sum:
the coojierage man not more than $12:
and the ex-g;mbler nothing at all if
lie caii help it. Mail and Express.
Blood Will Tell.
There is no question about it blood
will tell especially if it bo an impure
blood. Blotches, eruptions, pimples and
boils, are all symptoms of an impure blood
'due to the improper action of the liver.
hen t his important orjjan fails to oro-
pcrly perioral its function of purifying
and cleansing the blood, impurities are
.carried to all parts of the system, and the
symptoms above referred to are mcrclv
eviJcnccs of the struggle of Nature to
th row off the poisonous genus. Unless
her warning be heeded in time serious re
suits arc certain to follow, culminatinr
in liver or kidney disorders, or even in
consumption. l)r. Pierce's Uoldeu Medi
cal Discovery will prevent ti cure these
diseases, by restoring the liver to a heal t hy
j Never speak evil of any one. Be
'just bjuro yod'kre geuorSus.
bome -Advice to Wive.
Remember that you are married to a
man and not to a god; be prepared for
Anticipate the discovery by your
husband that you are wonly a woman;"
if you were not he would not care
Once in a ivhile let .ycrar husband I
have the last word; it wall gratify him .
and be no particular loss to yon.
Be reasonable; iris a great deal to
ask under some circumstance, but do
try; reasonable women are rare be
Remember that servant are made of
the same material as you are; a little
coarser grained, perhaps, but the same
Try and forget yourself; as to your
husband, forget that you married
him, and remember that he married
yon; he will then probably do the re
verse. Let him read the newspaper at the
breakfast-table; it is unsociable, but
then, it is only a trifle' after all, and
he likes it.
Let him know more than you do
once in a while; it keeps up his self
respect, and yon are none the worse
for admitting that vou are not actually
Read something Tn the papers be
sides fashion notes and society columns;
have some knowledge of what is going
on in foreign countries.
Be a companion to your husband if
he is a wise man; and if he is not, tn
to make him become vour companion
Raise his standard, do not let him k-. -er
Respect your husband's relations
especially his mother she is none the
leas his mother, because she is your
mother-in-law; she loved him before
you did. Brooklyn Magazine.
A happy home is the brightest spot
on e irth that the eye of God looks
down on. Love and peace in his home
send sunshine aronnu a man wherever
he goes; disorder and trouble there is
misery everywhere. There are few
worries of which a man cannot now
and then shake off, but who can shake
himself free from the skeleton in the
closet, from the worry in the household,
and the blister on the heart? A day
will tell how many a man carried that,
without wincing, down to the grave.
When a husband and wife are help
meets to each other in the best sense,
when order, love and goodness prevail
in the house, then the man who has a
hard battle in life to fight can leave his
struggles behind him when he enters
there. With all onr faults, we are the
most home loving of people, and that
is the reason why we are the greatest of
people. Whatever helps home-life, is a
national bles-ing; whatever hurts home
life, is a national curse; and the greatest
curse that can't touch these blessings is
what would tamper with the home.
The latent craze in New York so
cial circies is portrait painting on
China. "Now, when papa e its his din
ner," says the New York World, "he
finds a slice of rare beef reclining on
his better-half's plump cheek, and her
well-preserved locks plentifully be
strewn with green peas, while her right
eye regards him tenderly through a
him ot gravy."
Baltimore Market, May 28.
51 fa. 52
Winter Brnu is quoted at $17.73
per ton. City Middlings at$ 17 p ton.
City Mills Super $2.50:23.10: Howard
Street Extra at $3.25(0,310; Howard
Street Family at $4.15(4.50.
Green Hurl Drooni Corn 41 (77.4 j
Green Self-worKing Broom Coru K';
Grceu Short broom Coru It
dhort uiiJ .'.tedium mi tipped
Urootu Cora 4 e.4j
Crooked broom Corn 21 (a, 21
FOS CIO CAKOOE3 XKD INVOICE?.
Fair to good Santos
Mackerel are held dull, 1885, No.
2 at $8.50(Vt;10.00 to Eastern and Western
Car lots bulk Shoulders are steady at
6u6 ct.; long clear Sides Sets.; and clear
Kib do. 8 cts., strong; crude Western
The market is fairly active and firm.
We quote :
Cut Loaf aud cubrs Gja6Jl
1 7 to 20
22 to 25
30 to 35
42 to 45
Ginger 5 naps
10 Pilot Bread
9 " " Ex.
G Soda Biscuit, Ex.
ai " " x
Ik Sugar crackers
8 W. Crackers
6 " Eitra
Lewis Pure White bead, iu oil nd
Peerless " " " " ay
Patuxent" " " a5
French Zinc, " OJalOj
Putty 2 a-.'J
Raw Linneed Oil $ .6 a :s
bingic Boiled Oil 48 a4S
Double Boiled Oil 50 a 52
Sftirild Turpertine 39 a-'. 1
C4tvarcil Oil, sni le ?s 035
n tire l S. yellow 44 nii.
b'. wkitt 4 aij
Kow YnrV is heromine alarmed at
the rapid influi of pauriers and, crimi-j
tipl from Europe. T1 great increase j
in the number of insane i the State!
is attributed to this cause. The
United States has become an asylum j
not only for the oppressed of all mr'
tions but for the criminals and paupers i
When lightning struck the chimney
of tbe residence of George H. Ander
son, of Ocean Grove, it divided into
three parta, one of which struck the
piano and drew everv wire out of it,
whih? another knocked the family about
the dininz room, and the third passed
out of a window, shivering the frame.
and sash into pieces.
WHAT KILLS AMERICANS.
Ll ln-R rck Um Vm n n -H ard Ort nk-
i- Four MIms4mc aetnl Jfrimr-
rlltieI AwMHm-tlilNl 1
Vk9 Itace for Me.
The alarming disease o tliifl
country is nervous debility and
prostration. It goes under
many names bit it is essen
tially th same complaint
Hospitals and private institu
tions for nervous patients re
crowded. The average of life
in the United States is de
creasing every year. Sudden
deaths from nervous collapse
among our business, piofess
ional and public men re so
frequent as scarcely to excite
remark. The majority of sui
cides, committed without ap
parent reason, or under so-called
"depression of spu-lts," are
really prompted by nervous
prostration, which is a fruitful
source of insanity and crime
with all their grief and horror.
These facts are startling.
They threaten the very life ot
the nation. They rssail the
springs of its power and pros
perity. They wreck manhood's
strength and woman's useful
ness ana beauty,
i Every one- should know the
causes. What are they ? The
answer U easy and terribly
Elain: Our vicious personal
abits ; our careless and lawless
eating and drinking; the in
tense mental and physical strain
arising from our mad race after
money, position and influence;
the fears and struggles of pov
erty ; the use of narcotics and
stimulants; our fashion of
turning day into night and
night into day; and, briefly,
our desperate willingness to
pay any price for an hour's
Eleasura or success. So we
urn life's candle at lxth ends
and fill the lunatic asylums
and the raveyanls. v
The disease from which we
suffer and die is, in plain Eng
lish, Nerwtt iJy.fjtcpsia, as it
is seated in the Nerves and in
the organs of Digestion, Assim
ilation and Nutrition. Healthy
digestion being impeded or des
troyed, the whohibody, nerves
included, is literally starved;
even when Miere is no emaci
ation to tell the sad story.
Ne:vous prostration sends
out its warnings: headache
in the morning; a jpei-sistcnt
dull heaviness or aching at the
base of the brain ; wakefulness ;
loss of appetite and disgust with
food ; loss of mental energy and
interest in ordinary duties and
business; restlessness and anx
iety without any assignable
reason; eructations ; bad
breath ; fov.l mucous on the
teeth ; occasional giddiness ;
palpitation of the heart; sal
lowness of the skin ; coated
tongue nnd gradual failure of
strength and ambition.
The remedy is a total aban
donment of the habits and cus
toms which cause the disease
in each individual case, and the
use of Shaker Extract of Hoots
(SeigeFa Syrup) to cure the
mischief already done. This
great remedy, prepared by the
Shaker Community of Mt. Leb
anon, N. Y., is especially adapt
ed to eradicate Nervous Dys
pepsia. To do this it acts
cLirectly and gently but power
fully upon 1 he disordered stom
ach, liver and kidneys, restor
ing their tone and vigor, pro
moting the secretion of bile, ex
pelling waste matt ei-s from the
system,and purifying the blood.
Upon the nervous system
Shaker Ex t refef (SeigeTsfty rup)
acts as a safe and wholesome
anodyne without the slightest
narcotic effect, and then leaves
the nerves to regain their nat
ural tone and strength through
its wonderful influence upon
the function of nutrition.
It isafe to say more nerv
ous dyspeptics have been re
stored by it from the depths
of miseiy to a fresh enjoyment
of life and labor than by any
or all other forms of treatment
I ,commea. .
The undersigned have entered into a
co-partnership for tlepurjoseofco4uct
in the GttOC'EBY and PRODUCE
COMMISSION bu.-j.ines. to date from
March 28, 1887. Consignments especially
solicited. - "
McNEELY & TYSON.
The tuidecftHpod takes this opportauity
to return t banks to his uuwerou friends
for their patronage. ad asks the con
tinuance of tbcsaine to the SEW FIRM.
e will always be on hand to serve the
natrons of the 'XEV FIRM.
27:tf J. P. McNEELY.
Would like a position as Book Keeper
in the town of Salisbury; have had an ex
perience of eight years at the business,
system Double Entry, and would respect
fully refer to F. 1$. (Jibson, of Gibson's
Station, in whose employ iam now and
have been for four years; also refer to the
following gentlemen of Gibson Station :
L. Ik McLaurin, W. It. Morrison and D.
27:1 mpd JAMES S. PIPKIN.
State Of North Carolina
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
George C. E.tgle. plaint ill" )
Mat tie Eagle, defendant, )
Civi! action for divorce from tbe bonds
To Mattie Eagle :
You are hereby required to appear be
fore the Judge of our Superior Court, at
u Court to bo held for the county of
Rowan, at the Court House in Salisbuiy,
on the 2d Monday before the first Mon
day of September, 18S7, aud answer, or
demur to the complaint of the plaintiff.
J. M HORAH.
Clerk Superior Court.
June 6, 1SS7.
Info HArfcH"1 !he : A"-r-
I f" I gVti.faMT Armey f i'n.
N. W. AVER A OW. mili..nj-4 rwh
fi-CtaoBi end EanYiile BaErai Co.
Western North Carolina Division.
j CIBCU1.AR NO. 4SS.
Ckx'l Passenger Dep't..
ASHEV1LLE, C, May bth, 1SS7. )
Th- following PaHBCBjjcrTrsUn svliettale btwen
Ashpviilf nnd Spartanburg. Is bereby announced,
to take -U'-ii May th, lST :
TRAiN :). S3.
Lf!:( Astscvliie 11 ."a a.m.
Aslirvihf Junction 11 4 "
A 1 den li.W p. m.
FlrU-UCrS li.16 "
M nidi-raw vUlo r:i "
Kial Look 2.o5 "
hoiudo 1.1.0 -
Mm" rose 1 MS
Tryon 1.58 "
" (.'oni;Hjbollo "
' Inmon "
" Cauiptr.n J.t6 "
Arrive sp irt..ulmr? 3.S0 '
TRAIN NO. bt.
Lfjve SparTautiurg 3.50 p. ra.
Canipton 4 .!
" Conipobt-no 4 2
Tron 4 i't
Mo. n-. .V4 "
Flat I O' v 5.W '
lifiideminviije 6 ot
' Fte'ohf'ri 31
Arrt'-n s.ia '
" Aherttlf JimetKn ;.w
Arrlre Astieviile :.io
JOH. L. M I Oir, O. )'. a.
V. A. tui:k, a
O. P. A.
PIEDMONT AIR LINE.
Richmond & Danville Railroad.
Western North Carolina Eivision.
Oknkhal Pakssjcgek Pr.r'T.l
ASiiEVIlJJC, X. t... N.ov.6, lv.
(ortdfMKd Schedule, Liking clTtct Nov 7.
4 3d p at Leave
s is a ni "
2 ; u ut Leave
9 u Arrive
ita I tl mure
t '4$ p Ul
iu tn a in
5 30 a in
11 to p ru
5 tMi p m
1 V I M IU
. ou Arrivo
6 i' i ni Leave
S 01 Ant e
Arrive 11 t' a ru
t 0 17 p in
Lea vie b 08
Arrive li so a m
Le.iv e ll oo p in
Arrive fi is p m
11 3d it in Leave
is w p in Arrive
Connelly s, riujfs
1 51 a m
5 t I.eara
1 10 a m Arrive
Leave b to
Arrive 0 BO
Leave i 43
r.tlni Boo :
8 oo a m Leave
10 l p m Krr
12 0) p iu.
:t 04 1
Arr 5 oo p m
12 ot) tn
in 30 a iu
l.o.Tve 7 45
J rn ttH
75Wt Mertitau time used Kast ot Paint Hock.
90F.U ' " Wrst
'i rilns on Murphy Bmncb run dally excepl Sui
day. eiirotiKli fttllman Sleepers on south bountl train
loavitifc MallsLacy at 11 p. in. for Atlanta and New
Tltroutrh Pullman sleeper on north txjunrl irain
leavlcif S.illbuiy at s on p iu. tor WaMUnstoi',
Pullman Sle-per on same train fnun Oroensboro
to itktiinond and (Jiecnrbovo io Halelh.
Does not leave fioiiiciboro Sunday niglit.
JDoes not leave Greensboro Saturday ntjfht.
JAS. L. TAYLO. . R. P. A.,
Waslilnston. l. :
W. A. Tcr.lt, . i. P. A.
Aiihcvllie, N . C.
.v"k. ' m u hi u
i Hi b
CTTRES Diphtheria. Crocp
Knew. InCuenca. Huetelns-
aoa, Kidney Trouble . cad
ThM pilU were a wonderful .recovery,
reltere all manner of diaaaaa. I'hPiafnrTr,
manner or iIIumh m.. t - JLZ
Piii- j fL otI Ulem and you will alwaya be thankftU. C.ie ptil a doee. niurtrajed rP'M
free. So. ieve here.oraettnrmaatorftutagpc. Dr. I. S. JOHNSON feCO..?a C w t..Bo--
f.hrirf in neZliil
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lewder ta absolutely
i-u.-i- nnu nia-niycon
ifuirix-o. una oat
19 VQrth . ivi
any other kir.ri it
triotly a medloiue u
be tlVUI with anA.1
E3H B earn
s?ni n k
leiwewi i vek.pj nan mam
a1" y-s..c. .r
3t May .1, lig;
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C3A1GE & CLEMENT,
Allo-rvnys A.t X.w,
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Jamskcky, N. C.
Feb. 3rd, 1831
J. WILLIAM BOYD,
(Formerly o Bveknnan, Va ..)
ATT0ENEY AT LAW
Salisbury, N. C. 1
Office with J. M. Haden.-r.J8
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