Uncle Rsmus on Education
As Uncle item us came up White wall
street recently he met a little colored
boy carrying a slate and a number of
books. Some words passed between
them, but their exact purport will
probably never be known. They were
unpleasant, for the attention of a wan
dering policeman was called to the
matter by hearing the old man bawl
I "Don't you come fool i if 'longer me
nigger. You're fltppin' yo' sass at de
wrong color. You kin go 'roun' yer
an' sass dese w'ite people, an' maybe
dey'll stan' it, but w'en you come
slinging' yo' jaw at a man w'at was
gray w en de fahmin' days gin out,
you better go an' git vo' hide greased."
"What's the matter, old man?" ask
ed the sympathizing policeman.
"Not bin , boss, 'eeppin' I ain't gwin
ter hare no nigger cnillun a hooopin'
an' hollerin' at me w'en I'm gwine
'long de streets."
Oh, well, school children you
know how they are."'
Dat's w'at make 1 sav w'at I dnz.
Dey better be home pickin' up chips
W at a nigger ewin ter l'arn oaten :
I kin take a bar 1
stave an' fling mo'
sense inter a nigger in one minit dan
all de school-houses betwixt dis en de
State o' Midgigin. Don't talk, honey!
Wrid one bar 1 stave I kin fa'rlv lif de
vair er ignunce.
"Then you don't believe in educa
"Hit s de ruination er dis country
L.OOK at my gai. ue oie oman soni
her to school las year, an' now we das-
sent hardly ax er to fer ter kyar de
washin Jhome. She done got beyant
er bizness. I ain't larnt nothin in
books, an' y it I kin count all de money
I Kits. No use talkin'. boss. Put a
speiiin booK in a nigger s nan s, an
right den an' dar' you loozes a plow
ban . 1 done had de spe unce on it.
The Value of "Snowing How.'
A ladv went to a ieweler's to have a
1 mm . . i . .
nug saweu oix ner linger, xne iaay
was well advanced in years, and the
nnar had been out on her finder bv her
husband on their wedding dav. nearlv
half a ntnrv hW 1S Vinnrl fn,
UA . U u ua
But to the old lady's delight the
, . .
sary to nave the ring cut in order to
remove it from the swollen finger
He then proceeded to wind a length
of fiat rubber braid around the mem
ber, beginning at the top, after which
he held the old lady s hand above her
head for an instant or two, before un
indinir the bandaire and starting the
ThZ T V
This was repeated three times, after
wnicn it was round possible to slip tte
ring on with ease.
xne owner asKea 11 mere was an'
charge and was answered: "One dollar.
I ask the same amount that I would
get ifHhe ring were left to be mended
after being cut.
"Uf course she might have done it
herself' the jeweler explained. "It's
the "know how' I charge for, though.'
as we reaa an account ot tne roreero-
1 . 1 a I
ing luciaeut wb were swuck oy me
x. i r 1 n
inougni 01 wnat an incentive it tur -
uiaucu tu jwung sLuueiius, wiju may
sometimes rear tnat because they are
L' !. il. 1 1 il
not at work upon something: tangible.
therefore they are not so sure of reap-
ing a rewara ior tneir laoor let them
remember that the "know how" can
be charged for as well as the "do."
A Big Agricultural Fair.
"I understand you are going to. have
ft hltr !inrrun hiro foiv nn Trrftn r,u- 77
ft . " I
1 es; or rather we did intend hav-
w v 1
ing one, but we ve been disappointed.
"Disappointed? In what way?"
"Wh v von see we ml. the rJ,,,
ft w ' -S ' WLft Oft I
an 1am our, ana tne oaseoau neia nxed
up nice and handy, and everything was
getting on splendidly, when we found
that we had no room for go-as-you
please pedestrian races."
44 You don't say so!"
"ies: and that isn t the worst of it.
There's a lot of old fossils who want to
exhibit cattle, vegetables and all that
sort o stuff." Boston Transcript.
About as heavy a load as any man
can carry is ill-gotten wealth. A man
met a missionary from a foreign land
and took him aside to talk with him
privately. They were both old, gray
neaded men. When they were along
he said to the missionary, "When 1
was a boy playing with you fifty years
ago, you lost a quarter of a dollar. We
hunted for it, and I found it, and kept
it. It has haunted me ever since, and
I would not carry it fifty years more for
the world. I want to pay it back."
When God takes men in hands he
straighteus out such things as these.
Science Knocked Out.
Railroad Engineer You say I am
color blind because I call that red zeph
yr blue, do you?
Great Scientist Yes sir, you are col
"I say that zephyr is blue and you
tay its red; now how do you know it
MAny one with good sight can see
that it is not blue; it is red."
"Did your wife ever send you to the
store to match zephyr?"
uDid you ever succeed, Mr. Scientist?
Tell me that." '
"There now!"- Omaha World.
Many have been ruined by their for
tunes; many have escaped ruin by
the want of fortune. To obtain it the
great have become little, and the little
Purposes, like eggs unless they be
hatched into action, will run into
Uphold, Scarlet and Yellow JTever
Vaanlee Tli nth aria fiwiall.P.i
Darbys Phospbatic Fluid will destroy
the infection of all fevers and infectious
diseases. Will keep the atmosphere of
tin v aif V-TVinm nnwk on1 whAlAOAinA sK.
sorbing and destroying unhealthy afflu via
ana contagion. Will neutralize any bad
smell whatever, not by disguising it, but
by destroying it. Use Darbys Phospbatic
Fluid in every sick-room.
A Precocious Little Boy.
"Yes, dear children," said the school
teacher, 'Gen. Washington died a com-
Karatively -poor man, although he might
ave amassed great wealth if he had
been a different sort of a person. Tom
my Waffles may tell us why Gen.
Washington died comparatively poor."
"Because he couldn t tell lies," re
sponded Tommy, who has a bright
business career before him. New York
An End to Bone Scraping.
Edward Sbeperd, of Harrisburg, III.,
says, Having received to much benefit from
El ctric Bitters, I feel it my duty to let
stiffen n g humanity know it. Have had a
running sore on my leg for eight years; my
doe t Di s told me I would have to have the
bone scraped or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three lotie of Electric Bitters and
seve,n bxe8 of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and
my leji is now sauna anu wen. '
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty
bottle, and Buck Ion's arnica Salve
per box at Kluttz's Drug Store.
Adversity has ever been considered
the state in which a man most
easily becomes acquainted with him-
if particularly, being free from flat-
Oat Rami. 4iTlW- rw
D. A. Bradford, whohb.!.
of Chattanooga, Tenn., writes that he m
seriously afflicted with a severe cold that
settled on his lunis: liml ti man. mJ
uies wunoui ocnenc. lie; iw induced to trv
. 1 ' j I I , . . ... .
fir k'in,r" Nnw niann.. . " 'I
Hi il"". " ZZZ2ZiS?&l
I T " vu.iiw, ,UICU UV lilt USC OI
a lew ootties. since which time he has
a - . .
usu it in his family tor all Coughs and
1Us Wlt uest results. This is the exne
nilJC? of thousands whose lives have been
saJLC(? b? th Wonderful discovery.
lrm bott,e ,rce t Kluttzs Dru- Store.
, he Austrmn gia Wmckelmier,
who was recenu v
exhibited in Paris,
I rei?arclen ss. .1 snprimoti il V. , .U .4-
U,Tf ZiT " JTiTiZ l '-Z
stature attained by the human species.
Bucklon's Arnica Salve.
WW W t-m
i he uest bAi.VE in the world for flnf.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rheum. FAvr
Sores, Tette, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
,orus' Eruptions, and positive
tv "w, ui iiu May required. it is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents nes box
For Sale by Kluttz & Co.
a vuaer troin the country, went
i r 1 n .1
into a city bookstore, and one of the I
clerks thinking to have a little fun at
his expense said to him: "You are
from the countrv. ar vnn nfP"
les, answered the Quaker. "Well
, J 1 J" .
IS a 1 eSSaV nn tho ro-i n" n r nf
. J " li
ca ves thnf; vnn vmU nnKoki- i:iT
buy. ' "That," said the Quaker, "the
had better present to thy mother!"
Do what you ou?ht, let come what
Sale of Personal Property.
lln..:,,,. l:c. J 1 . . . .
iiuuiiueu as aaministratnr rn
the estate of Thomas D. Fraley, deceased,
I will sell at public sale, on the
thf 3A ii H1
nil. 1 -k-r . . r
L. y V
" ft"- . MiUUClbl Ul II1K 1 1 ni:HH SPf 1
. v v v.o, jioi yciscv a 1-
tie, Hogs, Farming Utensils, Household
" u JVUcnen furniture, with a lot of
wneat, uate, Hay and Fodder.
9 comme?ce at 11 o'clock. Terms
IT - I Itfln MiAll-n Ik
(WHEN YOU WANT
AT LOW FIGURES
Oall on the undersigned at
NO. 2. Granit
Row. D. A. AT WELT.
Agent for the ( 'Card wellThresher .
Salisbury, N. p., June 8th- tf.
l on file In Philadelphia
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Until Airency of kiMH.
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offering and danger will be avoided tSfSend tot
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Bkadtmmld Kbqulatos Co., Atlanta, Ua.
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Am Old Sol.llef Tlk4 mi III Cmnp(ii la
Virsiula l'h.- K irm I AiubiwU
TwMtjr V irt ftar. :
Sei.ma, N. C, Feb. it, 1887.
Gentlemen: Yours inquiring wheth
er or not I had been benefited by Kas
kine, and if so to what extent, &c, to
hand. In reply will say that my health
has not been as good in twenty years
as now. I suffered with chills from
malarial poison contracted while serv
ing in the Confederate army on the
Peninsular Campaigns in Virginia. Did
not miss having a chill at least once in
twenty-one days and nWe frequently
once in seven days, for more than fif
In thiscondi tion I visited New York
in November, 1885, on business.
While there I stopped with Mr. E. D.
Barker, of the University Publishing
Company. I told Mr. Barker of my
condition. He called my attention to
your Kaskine and procured for roe a
bottle. After my return home I took
the pellets as directed and found much
relief afforded thereby. Of this change
I wrote Mr. Barker, who sent two ok
three bottles during the past year. My
health greatly improved. I increased
in weight from 165 pounds to 200
pounds, my present weight. I believe
the Kaskine did it. Quinine had fail
ed, as had other remedies usually ad
ministered in such cases.
Now, unless in case of exposure to
extra bad weather, I do not have chills,
and my general health is quite good.
4 lurncu over na " a young
T ' 1 t 1.-
lady friend a few weeks since. I learn
rom her mother that she was much
benefited by it while it lasted,
I Mi.f ami. m X 1 - . .
uusl Uiy "c auie 10 mtroauce
8 -7 mis country, m
which many suffer from diseases con
sequent upon malarial poison in the
system. From my own experience I
can emphasize its excellence for such
diseases. If I can serve you call ou me.
I am very truly yours,
John C. Scarborough.
Seven years ago I had an attack nl
W '""' fever, which raa imo
1 tried all the
known remedies, such as arsenic, mer
cury and quinine. The latter was ad
ministered to me in heavy and contin
ued doses. Malaria brought on ner
vous prostration and dyspepsia, from
which I suffered everything. Last win
ter I heard of Kaskine and began us
ing it A few bottles of the wonderful
drug cured me. Malaria and dyspep
sia disappeared, and as you have seen
a June day brighter for the summer
storm that had passed across the sky,
so the cloud left my life and my health
became steady and strong.
Mrs. J. Lawson,
141 Bergen St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mr. Gideon Thompson, the oldest
and one of the most respected citizens
of Bridgeport, Conn., says : "lain
ninety years of age, and for the last
three years have suffered from malaria
and the effects of quinine poisoning.
I recently began with Kaskine which
broke up the malaria and increased
my weight 22 pounds. "
Other letters of a similar character
from prominent individuals, which
stamp Kaskine as a remedy of undoubt
ed merit, will be sent on application.
Price $1.00. or six bottles, $5.00.
Sold by Druggists, or sent by mail on
receipt of price.
The Kaskine Company, 54 Warren
St, New York, and 35 Farriugdon
Having taken out letters of administra
tion on the estate af Thomas D. Fralev
dee'd, this is to notify those having
claims against his estate to present them
to me for payment on or before the 23d
! day of September, 1888, or this notice
will be plead in bar of recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment.
CHA8. P. 8HUPING.
Fept. 22, 1887. 48:6t:pd.
Having qualified as Executor of the
last Will and Testamont of J. M. Cowan.
dee'd, I hereby give notice to all persons
having claims against the estate of said
decedent, to exhibit them to me on or be
fore the 29th day of September, 1888. AH
persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make payment without furth
ROBERT C. KNOX,
Craige & Clement, Atton s.
Sept. 23, 1887. 6t
Sate of North Carolina, 1
In the Supe
Koian county, j
George C. Eagle, plaintiff, 1 Notice to
against take deposi-
Mattie Eagle, defendant, J tions.
To Mat tic Eagle, non-resident:
You are hereby notified that on Wed
nesday the 9th day of November, 1887, id
the city of Knoxville, and State of Ten
nessee, before W. A. Galbraith, Commis
sioner appointed for the purpose, at the
office of the said W. A. Galbraith, in the
Court House, in the city and State afore
said, I will proceed to take the deposi
tions of F. L. Hood and Thomas Smith
and others, to be read in evidence, in the
nai oi me aoove entitled cause, in be
half of the plaintiff, at which time and
place you may appear and cross examine
the said witnesses.
GEORGE C. E AGLE.
by craige clement, Attorneys.
Oct. 6th, 1887. 4w
Now is the time to subscribe for the
NORTH CAROLINA 1 In Superior Court.
ROWAN C3 JT I Kl Sept. 21st, 1887
J. A. Fisher, Plaintiff, against Nannie W.
Sumner and Charles W. Sumner, de
fendants. Special proceeding for partition of land.
To Charles W. Sumner, non-resident :
You are hereby notified, that the plain
tiff above named has commenced a
special proceeding against you and your
wife, Nannie W. Sumner, for partition of
land, situate in Rowan county, and you
are hereby required to appear before
Johu M. Koran, C. S. C, at the Court
House in Salisbury, on, if not before, the
10th day of November, 1887, aud answer
or demur to the complaint.
J. It. HORAH, Clerk.
Sept. 22, 1887. 6t
ROWAN COUNTY. I
In Superior Court.
Jacob Morgan, Adm'r of David Morgan,
vs. The heirs at law of David Morgan.
It having been made to appear to the
satisfaction of the Court that Jacob Cas
per, David Casper, the heirs of Amy
Peeler, wife of Anthony Peeler, and the
heirs of Rachel Thompson, wife of Nathan
Thompson, a part of the defendants above
named, are non-residents of the State,
they are hereby notified that they must
appear in the office of the Superior Court
of Rowan county on or before the 31st
day of October, 1887, and plead answer or
demur to the petition hied in this case,
or the case will be set down for hearing
and be heard ex parte as to them.
JOHN M. HORAn,
Clerk Seperior Court.
Sept. 22, 1887. 6t
Important Mcrtfrace Sale of Very
VALUABLE SEAL PROPERTY.
Pursuant to a Mortgage Registered in
Book No. 53. page 105, in the office ox
Register of Deeds for Rowan County,
made by Samuel R. Harrison and wife,
Mary Harrison, for the protection and
benefit of the undersigned on 20th day 01
December 1876 in which they have for
feited the undersigned will sell at public
auction at the court house door in Salis
bury on Monday 7th day of November,
1887, the following real property: 14
town lots on the extension of Fulton
street, 50x200 feet; 32 town lots on the
extension of Jackson street, 50x200 feet;
1 town lot of 8 acres on the extension oi
Main street, adjoining Capt. J. R. Craw-
lords, on which is 11 large briek Residence
with 10 rooms, 18x18, 2 brick Kitchens
16x32 for cooks or servants, 1 brick dairy,
one large frame barn, corn crib, &c, with
2 wells of good water, also several other
lots adjoining said property containing
from one to 10 acres each, all of which
will be accurately surveyed and made
known on day of sale. Terms, i cash
down, in 00 days aud the remaining
in 180 days. Title retained until all the
purchase money is paid. This is the
most desirable property in or near Salis
bury, situated on a high elevation and in
a beautiful grove. For further informa
tion applv to S. 11. Harrison on the prem
ises or to the undersigned at Salisbury.
The sale will be positive. No by bidding,
the highest bidder will be the purchaser.
4U:bt. J. S. MCCU1SJIINS,
Salisbury, N. C. Sept. 27, 1887.
14th Sept. 1887.
D. A. Ramsay & Tobias Kesler,
The Fidelity Fire Insurance Com f P 0 vLer
pan v. Luss i
defendant, J hre
It appearing by affidavit and to the
satisfaction of the Court that the above
named defendant, The Fidelity Fire In-
- r. .
surance company, is a ioreign corpora
tion and cannot after due diligence be
found within this State, and that a cause
of action exists agaiust said defendant
which arose within this State, it is order
ed that publication be made in the Caro
lina Watchman, a newspaper published
in Salisbury within said comity, for six
successive weeks, commanding the said
defendant to be and appear before the
Judge of our Superior Court at a Court to
be held for the County of Rowan at the
Court House in Salisbury on the eleventh
Monday alter the hrst Monxlav in Sen-
tember, 1887, and answer 01 demur to the
complaint which will be filed in the office
of the Clerk of the Superior Court of said
county within the first three days of said
terra, and let the said defendant take
notice that if it fail to answer the said
complaint during the term the plaintiffs
win apniy to tne court tor the relief de
manded in the complaint.
J. M. HORAH,
Clerk of the Superior Court,
47:6t Rowan County,
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OFgj
Tn niirctlonn rF a i it 1 mm. . c ..
ill i'iii tm i i v ... u JU'i-lllirill OI IIIP
superior Court ot Jtowan County, I will
sell at the Court House Door m the town
of Sfclisburv. on Monday the 7th. day of
.November 1887, at public auction, to the
lighcst bidder, the lollowhw descrilcd
1. A tract of land situate in Franklin town
ship, containing two hundred and seventy
il I t"9 el Li i
uvcisfiij acris oenig tne land conveyed
oy l. r . Kluttz, commissioner to Ann Mc
Necly, by deed dated the 17th. day of De
cember 1886, and registered in Book 69 ol
the Public Register's Ofhec of Rowan Coun
ty. This is a part of the Makay lands and
M known as the Suthn Tract.
3. Also three 3J town lots, which are de
scried by metes and bounds in a certain
deed from J, C. Cowan and wife to Ann
Mr. Necly, dated the 16th. day of Septem
ber 1886 and reitered in Book 67 oac
470, of the Public Registers Office of Rowan
Terms of sah : The purchaser to pay one-
halt cash and the balance in six months,
micrcsi on detirred payment at 8 per cent.
Dated Sept. 28th. 1887. , 50 5t.
Having qualified as Executor of the
last Will and Testament of the late J. P.
lseman, notice is hereby given to all
persons having claims against the estate
ot said deceased, that they must present
them to me on or before the 21st dav of
September, 1888, otherwise this notice
will be plead in bar of recovery. Ail
persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to settle without delay.
T. J. SUMNER,
Sept. 6th, 1S87. 38;6t
The undersigned have entered into a
co-partnership for the purposcof conduct
ing the GROCERY and PRODUCE
COMMISSION business, to date from
March 28, 1887. Consignments especially
McNEELY & TYSON.
The undersigned takes this opportunity
to return thanks to his numerous friends
for their patronage, and asks the con
tinuance of the same to the NEW FIRM.
He will always be on hand to serve the
patrons of the NEW FISH.
27:tf J. D. McNEELY.
Eichmcnd & Danville Railroad Co.
Western North Carolina Division.
GENERAL PASSENGER DEPT.
Ashevillb, N. C, Sept. 24th, 1887.
PASSENGER TRAIN SCHEDULE.
Effective Sept. 25th, 1887.
Eastern 78 meridian time used when
not otherwise specified.
Spartanburg s.5u p. at.
6 oo p. m.
11.00 p. in.
2.30 a. in.
t M ornsto w n
tCbattanooga 80 a m.
JKnoxTllie S.10 p. m.
Ashevme 0.10 a. m. 0.40 a. in.
Henderson vine 9.58 11.07
Spartanburg MO p. m. 3 00 a. m.
Spartanburg 3.46 MS
Charlotte 6.25 5.05
Augusta 10.30 a. in.
tCentral soth meridian time.
Pullman SleeDlnsr Car between Hot SDrinss and
Savannah, via A. O. L. and Charleston. Through
car between .Morristown and Charleston via South
Carolina R. u.
JAS. L. TAYLOR. G. P. P.
W. A. WINBTJRN, A. D. P. F.
fiicM and Danville Railroad Co.
V. N. C. Division.
Passenger Train Schedule.
Effective, Sept. 25th. 1887.
Eastern 75 th. meridian! time used, when not
Dally except SUNDAY
TRAIN NO IS TRAIN NO 17
8 tx a m Leave Asheville Arr 4 50 p. m
10 25 a.rr Waynesville .... 2 30
2 2 p m t'harleston 10 15 a. m
5 05 Jarretts Leave I 30
A. &, S. Road.
Dally except SUNDAY
TRAIN NO 18
TRAIN NO U
Spartanburg Arrive 2 10 p. m
Hendersonvllle 8 ss a. m
Asheville Leave 8 t8
Dinner Stations, t Central (90 th. meridian ) time.
Pullman parlor car between Salisbury A Knoxvl le
Pullman sleeping cars, on all night trains.
JOS. L. TAYLOR, G. P. A.
W. A. WINBURN. Act'g D. P. A.
takav It ob
it cu red at home with
out pain. Book of par-
neulart tent w
B. M.WOOLLK Y. M.D.
Office M WhltehaU St.
this paper rTr. tyisis
A.tJvprtlatn Bureau (10 Spruoe StV where advertlidiig
wuuku wsl) am ramie ior 11 m 1 IIKK.
Steam, Air and Vacuum Pumps, Vertical and Horizon
tal of every variety and capacity.
VERTICAL PISTON. VERTICAL PLUNGER.
PIEDMONT AIMINI BOOT
Richmond & Danville Railroad,
IN EFFECT SEPT. 4, 1887.
Trains Bun By 75 Meridian Time.
Mgwgawo:-gg- no. M
Lt. New York is 15 A M 4 SO P"
-' Puliudelphla 7 so c 5: "
Baltimore 1 45 " t 48 '
" Washington u 4 " 11 00 "
ChiU-lottesvllle 3 35" P M 3 00 AM
Lynchburg & 60 " 5 SO
Richmond s IC M 8 30
Rurkesv llle 6 17 - 4 28
Kej s.ville 5 5 " 6 06
' Drake's Branch (it " 5 81
Han vllle I 60 " 8 05 "
Greensboro 10 44 4S
' Goldsboro 30 " SI P M
M Raleigh 6 GO " ti 00 A M
" Durham ( 5S " i !T "
Ar. Cbapel Bill ts 15
Hlllsborro 7 85 88 "
Salem t7 80 " SO "
" Ulgh Point il l I-10 18. "
" Salisbury is 37 AM ! 11 S3 "
M Statesille 1831 PM
Asheville 5 "
M Hot Springs 7 35
Lv. Concord l 26 " 18 VI P M
" Charlotte s 25 " - I oo "
" Spartanburg 5 88 " S .14
" Greenville 43 4 48- '
Atlanta" 1 SO P M 10 40
Lv. Atlanta 7 00 f ""r 8 40 AM
Ar. ureenville 1 01 AM M
" Spartanburg s 13 8 46 "
charlotte s 05 s 85 '
" Concord 4 09 - 7 85 44
Salisbury 8 44 " 8 OS "
" High Point 7 57 8 11 'V
" Greensboro 8 28 8 40 44
44 Salem 1140. tlS 84 AM
44 lllllsboro 18 06 p m ts 44 AM
"Durham IS 45 1 t4 5 '
44 Chapel Hill t8 15 I
44 Ralelvb 8 10 tf 35 44
i oldsboro 4 33 - 1 11 46 44
" Danville 10 0 a M I 11 2 P M
44 Drake's Branch IS 44 P M S 44 AM
44 Keysvllle l 00 3 03 44
44 Burkesvllle 1 40 44 8 55 44
44 Richmond I 3 45 6 15 44
44 Lynchburg 1 15 P M 8 00 44
44 Charlottesville 8 40 4 10 44
4' Washington 8 23 8 10 44
44 Baltimore 11 25 44 10 03 44
44 Philadelphia 300AM 18 35 PM
44 New York j f 80 44 3 20 44
Dal ly. t Dally, except Sunday.
On train no 50 and 61, Pullman Buffet Sleeper
between Atlanta and New York.
On trains 58 and 63, Pullman Buffet Sleeper be
tween Washington and Montgomery; Washington
and Augusta. Pullman Sleeiter between Richmond
and Greensboro. Pullman sleeper between Greens
boro and haleigh. Pullman Parlor Car between
Salisbury and Knoxville
Through tickets on sale at Principle stations, to
For rates and information, apply to any agent ol
ihe Company, or to
Sol. Haas, Traffic Manager.
J. B. l'CTTS, Dir. Pass. Agt.
W. A. Turk, Dfr. Puss. Ag't,
Jas. L. Taylor, Gen. Pas. Agt.
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Regular Horizontal Piston.
The most simple, durable and effective
Pump in the market ior Mines, Quarries,
Refineries, Breweries, Factories, Artesian
wells, Fire duty and general manufacturing
purposes. HirSend for Catalogue.
The A. S. CAMERON STEAM PUMP WORKS,
Foot of East 3kd Street, New York.
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Job. J. P. EoiccEe.
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thai she Is ralrly well settled in ber " 1 "f
endiof Main street, and read,-10 seri.
.penalty with best possible attention and WUl
the favo"r to call. T 4)0
Obtained, and all other business in t,
Otr office is opposite the l s p.i. .
we can obtain Patents in less tiirl ,nl oa,Ui
mottfrom Wasliingtcn e lha l""'
Send Model or dniwlntr WemHKo "
ent ofllce. -Forcircular adviee ,nn ,ht
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onpation, te , nepiect ma v be tatal oZ'T'
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Visit Ceflar Covi Nurseries
Which are now by odds (lie largest W
conducted and well stocked with the mort
reliable fruits of any nursery in the State
Contains more reliable acclimated VanV
ties of Apples, Penches, Pears, C heS'
Grapes and all other fruits for orchard
and garden planting. We have no com.
petition as to extent of grounds and
beautifully grown trees and vines of all
desirab e ages and sizes. We can and
will please you in stock. Your orders
solicited. Prices reasonable. Descrin
tive catalogue sent free. Address
N. W. CRAFT,
Shore, Yadkiu Count v. K C
Experience. Rerrarkable and
quick cures. Trial Pacxagea. Sen?
ctamp for sealed particulars: Address
DrvWARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo.
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di;ease Strong-'s Pectoral Pi.ls , i . 1 ciirea
cold as by numpe. iu-t 1 In 111; ior uyspepnia in
digestlcvj, sick headache as thousands testify.