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Folly In a Cbnrtrocia. I
A LEARNED EIRD MAKES AN INTEREST-
; ixa witness efubb a JCIXJE. ;
uOhi I'm glad Tm here.
i I'mscat:' -; sU-s:Ah
! "Put that drunken roan 6utf Mr.
Bailiff, shouted Judge Lawleri wearily.
"It's only Tom Sawyer" responded
. 2lr. Neiigle. "' 1 ' ' ;" . V'
i I don't care the sneeze of a" corpse
who it is put him out."
-But it's a parrot, jour Honor.
y -Ah, there, inj pretty V sung out the
same yoice. ; ' v: ! j " :::: y'
The Judge scratched his nose re-
necuyeiy ana awaitea ceveiupu-euv.
Ah officer hore in 'sight bearing
case containing a dissipated-looking I
parrot. L ' " ;
t Le,t jue out V screamed the I bird.
"I'm Tom Sawver. You're w thief.
You're a thief' ' i f
-Order in Court." cried the bailiff.
- Order yourself," retorted i polly.
"I'm the cock of the walk. Ho, Tom."
t " -What crime has this gentleman
committed?" queried his Honor, point
ing to the lireiy bird. ut
-He is here on" a search warrant,
replied Mr. Mbtt "Mr. Sawyer, who
is the original of the character in Mark
Twain's famous book entitled 4 Tom
Sawyjer,' claims the bird and seeks to
-recorer it. :
-Well, let us hear the story."
, To-wit to-wee to-whittle to-
. wee?? ' -
. "PoIIjY yon must not whistle in
court," warned Mr. Sawyer, as he took
the stand. uIt isn't dignified."
-Oh, vou're joking, I knovf," chuck
led te Bird, j ,' . A
-I hare liad . this parrot nine years or
more? said the, witness, "and it is the
most intelligent and best educated bird
in the State, i What Polly doesn't
know isn't worth knowing. I guess I
hare' been offered $75 for him,1 but I
would not take $100." I
-How did you loose him ?
Mot- ( I "
"TjVhew !" ejaculated the bail i
"Let iro my finger, you little devil! "
Hej had placed his finger thoughtless
ly between the wires of the cage, and
Tora'Sawyer liad promptly punctured
it. - ii ; ' . i .
MI -guess you had better let him out
of his, cage, observed the owner.- iUHe
will be quiet then." ' "
Poll r was released, ahd stepped out
with a mien as stately as that of Edgar
- missed the bird on the 21st of last
Jun," resumed Mr. Sawyer, and I
felt pretty bad over it. I hayeseareh
ed fpr it ever since, land I saw it yester
day n a store kept j by a man named
Norh, at the corner of Twelfth and
Folsbin streets. ,JThe parrot recognized
me as soon as I came near, and sang
out,iTom Sawyer, take me home."
"ou are right,' remarked polly, as
he jinked one ; eye and twisted his
head on one side. -What a brain
you're got, as Mark Twain used to say."
-That seems a pretty knowing bird,"
said Jus Honor. "I don't see why he
should not be a witness in this case.
Swear him, Mr. Clerk."
(jh, I never swear, but I'm d
hungry," ejaculated the parrot. "Let
hold n rn; rmfct hn "
Pl5 muttered somethiojr that
sounded suspiciously like MI owe ten
;ft1l,rw mii' i..j
Tfien he raisedhis foot and hWpH
IK fk tu -lo.u r
Tl,anV ww1nM. fK?.fa k
marked. ."Sar.Tmdir. Let's ad ioum
n .,V -
What is vour name?" ' nM th.
rnnrt r ; '
eLi t- i ...
UBWJ uu x in ii uanav uut
I'm na dude.
"Howdidyou stray away from
1 WM.-v'- " V
tWell, now, you're srnp.rt. - Stray
Bwayr l was earned away ? ' t
uHow was that?" .
Polly paused to scratch himself and
?Well, I was sittini? in front of mv
ialoon and a boy grabbed me and ran.
i j wore at mm, out he was a Ueroian
.-si J.'i j s i i '(.....
and didn't understand me. 'At last hel. iedcal staff because of the color
met a man, and he told him he had
fniind u ..J ..... A 11 ! mi
n wuu ttHu wun Leu to sen it. i ne
boy sold me for four bits and took me
to a place on Harrison street. Why,
I almost committed suicide when I
found myself there, for I tell yon I
have been in select
T Dodbtless," said his Honor, laugh-
. ngly7 iwButhowldid Mr. North let
- you?"' .Mvv-v .:. .j(. .. ..
0h, I bit the wire of the ca"e un-
' til I could iret ofit unit 1 flr fntn I
Sot I tired. Then , North haoochea
Wong and took me with him. ' Oh. I
have had a gay time, I assure you."
jcTr Know Mark, Twain? asked
Mr T .ff -
Well I should Vnrtn,
H...I.I Wlii " V" .
The court officials nodded nssent
UV ell,1 you didn't know that I nu
lim mmmlM. . ft. . J!J n T .
mui nuio ii.um your
i saia: -jdark
your pea and
my: boss had inade. mud pies together
and awoPDcd chewt II fT frnm 1.,,1' .ifo
m - . t J:--.--,- w 7 waw
' O D"""1 v viw
1ITI1 1 1 AO 7 ... . ii .
Kmembciv you arc under oath," re-
ttm so."- That's so. L take
it U back. sal1 ihm 'UiwA
"BY. OieSS Vrtlir llftVirt I Irnum I AllOtllPr rmt.lPlir. Ufrr stunHinn nrlmU
- : . ml f- 1 wj,ftjvftft u
When he was nut in his first, n-mfa Idav 1:1 a riolpt rolnrftvl
now the book he wrote about my pletely cured. American! and English
t ! ' . k . Imedicid anthnrit. IPS ' CAtttTl fn mnnv.1
fiava I. voa inst t:il-led. but because it was a nvl Wm.
.write a si or v. TTp.nnd I tion. makinr lh n:ititfa in
While his Honor was tvi hi iLN.1.?Hf.?l.Ne,X the com-
i firing Po ly Iioppedon - to Clerk Kan-
lan s head and dmf his clawT intH ti
clerW skull. The man WKmTi2
tetaths took some on his own 2
fount, and knocked Polly sick with a
( b Aw ; Ki : r.T.i. - r , 1,1 "
His Honor sail he rnftji,T Xff s...
ver would have to. train him
he was irettiuir ton fVnsh -illi
irettiuir ton Frosh ' IU
. . i U " v w Wftft, V
i ne unxi returueKto its . legitimate
K Ihev .he court cue cf tbe 1,-1
standers remarked to : the reporter:
J -Tom is a pretty good ventriloquist,
ain't lie? He has: built up a reputa
tion for that bird, and nobody knew
that Pull v didn't do . the talking just
now. Tom is as tig a joker as when
he fooled the. boys into - whitewashing
his fence for him.
Tom sent the bird to his saloon at
No. 035 Mission street and then cele
brated the return of. the wanderer.
When he cot home he- saw two birds
and two cages. His hat was also too
m:i1I Tor hiniftH The weather was
warm, venr warmi-San Francisco Ex
aminer, v. .; :; . , Cjy - -
The Arizona Kicker.
SOME ADVICE AND OTHER THINGS, IN
Original wild west fashiof.
The last issue of the Arizona Week--ly
Kicker;contaifis the following items:-
Adtice Gratis. We have a word
or two of advicelto those people who
are-canvassing the town for subscrip
tions to build a church, (jet your
congregation betore yon get your
buildmir. i WeTve taken the town di-
rectorv.and srone slap through it from
cover to cover, and we haven't lighted
on the name of one single individual
who has got enough to drive a mule
j We refused to chip in for a church,
but wilt contribute $10 to help get
Lanipas Jake, the revivalist, down
here. We waint him to come here and
tell the peoplo that-they are the mean
est, wickedest, low-down, shack-nasty
lot of heathens in America, and that
not'nne of them stands any more show
of getting to heaven than a jack-rabbit
does of out-running chain lightning.
If Jake can knock any of the dirt off
and down to the cuticle and scare
thunder out of enough citizens to hold
a prayer meeting, we'll go in for a
church building with a whoop.
wo Hence I The lor-sared monstros
ity which claims to edit the PraireStar
has been so iealous of the uheuomenal
success of the Kicker that he hasn't en
joyed his whisky for the J last three
months. In his last issue he claims
that our circulation doe3 not-reach
15QPand that we are carrying sixteen
columns of dead ads. We hereby pub
lish our affidavit that our circulation
is 153 cobies weekly, and constantly
growing, and-as for dead ads, thats our
business. We have discovered that
the people of this town can extract
more comfort out of an ad. of St.
Jacob's oil, Rad way's Relief, Trask's
Ointment or Mr. Allen's Hair Restorer.
than from a two-column sketch by
Trollege, and it is our business to pleaso
More Wind. Professor Rose, who
hit this town last spring to get up a
class in music, and who has been here
on his uppers ever since, does nt like
your way of dealing with him. Be
cause we suggested last week that he
quit dead-beating, and, pick up the pick
orshoxel, he is around town calling us
a fugitive from Justice and asking
why the police don't do something.
gently, professor. -When we left
Xenia, Ohio, the sheriff patted our
back and lent us half si dollar. We
are the only man in this town who
dosn't turn pale when
anU ine oniJ .ne a0Sn C ,)reaK W
;VSf! n it K
iV11' marsnai isjiere.
e am i ncn or preuy, put we are
and the Pressor is ark.ng up
lQe wrong tree. VVe don t bear, him
W."" but the professor must re-
It ll 1 . . A . -
act Yemenis aDoat us or we I
varop a line to rmKertou, asking if
w rrotessor- Kose, isn t
wantd somewhere. Detroit Free
Colored Light Trials with the Insane.
The experiments with colored liehts
in the treatment of the insane made
recently at Alessandria, Italy, are being
much discussed by medical facultv.
though getting little credence; the
cures, if cures were really made, being'
attributed to unusual treatment and
painstaking attention on the part of
,1?13 rrf er tnan t0 anything m the
theory ltseir. in the evidence trans
mitted by Dr. Ponza, he ssiys rooms
were selected with as man v windows
is possible, the walls of the roomsr lin
ing paiiited'the same color as the win
dow panes. A patient suffering from
melancholia, who" would not eat, was
Placed room witn briKht red walls
andwindows. In three hours he be-
c?me cteeri apd asked for food.
Another lunatic, who always keDt his
iands over nis mouth to keep out air
aud nourishment, was placed - in - the
?ame roomand next day was much
UCLlcr uuu ilte wllu a nearly appetite.
a i i i
i - iiuicui niaiiisir. wns n : ion in a
blue rOOni. Sind llMVimo nn!f in on linn.
. ' ,, v..v,u
these cures as effects rather than
I CailSeX 6f thp trpnfmAnt irirlnnoJ lkn
t . It ..... ' r - J
. X.- UW m Am " b
their inclinations, as pebbles put into
viAttxj uuioc ItlUM; I11IU
I ft. . '!!. a '
to forget his pranks; a sudden bath
shock might have the same 1 transitory
leruuzer lor trees
V V1,' any .diseases such as
f1 tc-v -9e from
Ki0lue Jietessary, elements of
growth. :As ashes contain nfc 1
nS - 1 "A!1? r-
I :KU e-TO
ure is not sil wars
suitubU f or. orchards, as the decompos-
"b jt.-cria sometimes, induces dis-
wviu ft. i.aiu
no f . le3,sir;lurHu "Qt oecause the light was color
"Well, Why Is It!
Why is a cat's tail like the earth?
It is fur to the end. "j
What kin is a door mat to the door?
A step farther.
What is a waist of time? The mid
dle of an hour-glass. . '
Why is adoctor never seasick? He
is usec( to see sickness.
. Why does an old maid wear mittens?
To keep off the chaps.
Why is a door in the potential mood?
It s would, or should be.
. What is the bo:ird rf of education ?
The schoolmaster's shingle.
r What sticketh closer than a brother.
A postage stamp, by gum. v
Whv is a tin can tied to a dos's tail
like death? It's bound to occur.
Why does a sailor know there is a
man in the moon? He has been to
Why is the North Pole like an illi
cit whisky manufactory ? It is a secret
What is it that will give a cold, cure
la cold and pay the doctors bill? A
What does a man take when he has
a mean wife He takes an elixir (he
Why is it easy to get in an old man's
house? Because his gait is broken
and his locks are few.
Why is a man who makes pens very
-Jr. "W - 1
wicked f He makes people steel pens
and then says they do write.
Why is f city official like a church
bell? One steals from the people and
the other peals from the steeple.
Why is it dangerous to go out in
spring? Because the trees shoot, the
flowers have pistils and the bullrush is
What is the difference between a
dog's tail and a rich man ? One keeps
a wagging and the other keeps a car
riage. What is the difference between an
engineer and a school teacher? One
trains the mind and the other minds
What is the difference between a
soldier and a pretty woman? One
faces the powder and the other pow
ders the face.
Whv is a sl:e.it of writing paper like
a lazy dog? A sheet of writing paper
is an ink-lined plain and an inclined
plane is a slope up.
What is the difference between an
apple and a pretty girl? One you
squeeze to get cider and the other you
get 'side her to squeeze Pittsburg
Curious Minerals of Utah,
Inchidetl in the mineral resources of
Utah, apart from its precious metal.,
are deposits of alum, some recently dis
covered veins of which are eighteen
inches thick and several hundred feet
in length, of dazzling' whiteness and
great purity. Beds of niter nre al.o
found sufficiently pure to readily fuse
when thrown on hot coals.
Ozokerite or natural mineral wax, a
rarity elsewhere, is here found in large
quantities. It is air, acid, and water
proof, and can be used for imparting
these qualities to other substances.
As an insulator it is said to be perfect,
and would doubtless be found a superi
or insulating material for electrical
appliances. It could also be adapted as
the biise of a cheap yet durable paving
material and for indurating piles and
posts to prevent decay.
A .somewhat similar, discovery is
gilsonite, found, on analysis, to con
tain about eighty per cent of carbon or !
asphalt in pure i'orm.
Of the. latter a vein has been discov
ered three feet wide and over a mile in
length a supply that, if worked,
would be found almost inexhaustable.
As is now well known, the Great
Salt Lake is an immense, limitless
magazine of salt, that can be obtained
in any desired quantity by the simple
process of evaporation'.
From this lake vast quantities of
sulphate of soda are also secured,
blown on shore at certain temperatures
by the winds, where hundreds of tons
are often piled up in a single, night,
that can be utilized-in the cheap pro
duction of soda and carbonate or soda.
Nearly-every section haswhat might
properly be styled a few model Farm
ers. At least they are such compaia
tively speaking. Their farms, their
barns, their houses and surrounding
are far above the average in every re
spect. These farmers show a degree
of thrift and frugality too that is above
the average. 1 hey are on time with
their work, they get the top prices for
their produce, they live better and ni
cer with their neighbors, and general
ly are respected more and held in hirh
1 1 it ,
er esieem man any otiier set or men
in their community.- They are held
up as examples for young men jus
btarting out in life, and, as the titl
implies, are good models to pattern
. i 1 1
aiier. ii asKea ros a reasou wnv some
men are leaders in their line of busi
ness u wouia not De nard to eive
First, they study their business. They
go into the details anil master them
thoroughly. They work with their
brains a well as w ith their hands
They systematize. i and enconomize
They take time to read and post them-
selves, anu in inis way gee ine : avan
tage of others experience. They keep
up witn tne times in every way-ana by
aomg tneir auty in tne way. tnat com
moa sense and good judgment dictate
they clearly earn the title of model
f armersv and should jenjoy the respect
that such a title ccm mauds. t
Some thirty odd years ago a bet of
25 cents was made that if Every tub
must stand on its own bottom" was in
the Bible, i j The matter was referred to
this writer and he decided that it was
not Biblical. He did notfknow then
who was the author of the saying, but
has since .ascertained. It is by John
Bunyau, and the words are put in the
mouth of ; Presumption, in the "Pil-
srani's Prosress." the greatest of Al-
ieJrorias, and one of the marvels of
reliirous literature. But was no a bet
a singular! way to' ascertain the truth?
(Jcasar's wife, must not be even sus
pected.r -Julius Caesar.
This was the remark of the greatest
of Romans. when it came to his ears
that his wife Pompeia had favored an
intrigue with Publius Clodius, a young
nobleman. Caesar divorced his wife
instantly, say as above. Clodius, wasj
tried because he disguised himself as a
woman and attended the Bona Des, a
kind of freemasonry among Romans
ladies of rank, held ; in the house of
Caair. Cicero was a witness agninslj
hira, Jjut he bnded the jury and escap-f
ed puuishment. It is not believed
that there were any just ground fof
suspecting Pompeia. 11 dmington
Yon arc fueling depressed, your appetite
is poor, vou are bothered with liuuhu lie!,
you are fidget ty, nervous, and generally out
of sorts, and want to brace vp. Brace upj,
but not with stimulants. 8prin; medicines,
or bitters, which have lor their basis very
cheap, bad whisky, and which stimulate
you for an hour, and then leave you iu
worse condition than before. What yoii
want is an alterative that will purify your
blood, start healthy action of Liver and
Kidneys, restore your vitality, and ivi
renewed health and strength. Such h
medicine you will tinl in Electiic Bitters,
And only 50 cents a bottle at Kluttz's Drug
Thsir Busii3ss Booming.
Probably no one thinir has caused such 11
revival of trade at Kluttz's Dru Store as
their giving away to their customers of so
many free trial bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption. Their trade
is simply enormous in this very valuable
article from the fact that it always cures
and never disappoints. Couuhs. Colds.
Asthma, Bronchistis, Croup, and all throat
and lung diseases quickly cured. You
an test it before buying by getting a trial
bottle free, large size $1. Everv bottle
warren ted; . ' j
The idea of a'nation with the wealth
and mechanical skill of the Unittid
States having to ;o abroad for its guns
for warfare is ridiculous. Sporting
arms, -equal in workmanship to any
manufactured 111 the world, are made in
this countrv, and there is no reason whv
the he.ivier ordnance should not also
be made here. There is a bill pending
before Congress to appropriate ten
millions of dollars a year for this pur
pose. It the 'bill passes, it will open
an extensive field to American manu
facturers. Stores and Hardirare.
V7e Tell Yon PUinly
lhat Simmon's Liver lletilutor will rid you
of Dyspepsia, Headache, Constipation ami
liilllouhdess. It will break up chills and
fever and prevent their return, and isi a
complete antidote for all malarial poison ;
yet entirely free from quinine or calomel
Try it, and you will be astonished at ihe
(;ood results of the genuine Simmons Liver
Regulator, prepared by J. II. Zeilin &
Place a steak in a shallow pan, sas
on with salt and pepper and a ffcw
slices of onion, cover with another
pan and bake three-( misters of an hour.
The onion may be omitted if the flavor
is disagreeable. j
Bucklen's Arnica Salve, i
Tub Bkst Salve in the world for Ciuta.
ruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hheum, Fveii
bores, lette. Chupped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positive'
y euress riles, or no pay required. It i
guaranteed to mve perlect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents pea bo..
For Sale by Kluttz & Co.
3:ly. i ;
"Public office is a
Almost everybody wants a "Spring Tqniti''
Iere is a simple testimonial, which shows1 how
J. Ii. B. is rcganlcJ. It will knock your mala
ria out and restore vour appetite :
Splendid for a Spring Tonic.
Aiilixgtox, Ga., June 30, 1 88tf .
I suffered with malarial blood poison more:or
less all the time, and the onlv medicine! that
done mc anv good is B. B. B. It is undoubted
y the best blood medicine made, and fof thi3
malarial country should be used by every one
in the spring of the year, and is good in j sum
mer, tall and winter as a tonic and blood purifier.
Gives Better Satisfaction.
Cadiz, Kv, July G, 1887
Please send rac one box Blood Balm Catatrh
Snuff by return mail, as one of my customers
is taking B. B. B. for catarrh and wants :a box
of the snuff. B. B. B. gives better satisfaction
than anv I ever sold. 1 have sold 10 dozen; in
the past 10 weeks, and it gives good satisfac
tion. If I don't remit all right for snuff write inc.
Yours,- W. II. BitA.vboS.
It Removed the Pimples, j j1
Roisn Moi xtaix, Tenn., March 29, U1.
. A lady friend of mine has for several; years
been troubled with bumps and pimples jon jher
face and neck, for which she used, various fcos-m-tics
in order to remove them and bjeautify
aud improve her complexion: but these local
applications were only temporary and left her
skin in a worse condition. J
1 recommend an internal preparation
known as Botanic Blood Balm which! I have
been usin' and selling -about two yejirs; she
hscd three lottles and nearly all pimpjes Have
disappeared, her skin is soft and smooth, and
her general ucaitn mucn improvca. ;
presses-herself much gratified, and can
mend it to all who arc tnus attected.
F Mb?. S. M. W
A BOOK OF WONDERS, FEES.
All who desire full tnforma.lon about thebansc
and core ot Blood Poisons, Scrolula and Sf.rotulous
swellings. Ulcers, sores, Rheumatism Kidney
Complaints, Catarrh, eic, can secure by iiallfre.e,
a mnf nt n ir 5.nasre Illustrated Book of won lers-
nul .with the most wonderful and start llnsriDroof 1
erfr n.lr.c kaovrn. Additw, j ii j
!: ! ! ULO'JU DALY . AU-!iia, l
Steam, Air and Vacuum. Pumps,. Vertical and' Horizon
Cleanses the Nasal
tion. Heals the
Sores. E 23 tores
the Senses of TasUpe!
TRY THE CURE.HA1f-FEVER
is a disease of the mucous membrane,
generally originating in the nasal pas
sages and maintaining its stronjrhold in
the head. From this point it sends forth
a poisonous virus into the stomach and
thraugh the digestive organs, corrupting
iihe blood and producing other trouble
some and dangerous symptoms.
A particle 18 aDnlleJ into each nostril, and i
agreeable. Price 50 cents at lriKf2lsts: bv mall
registered, fif cents. ELY BUOS.. 53 Wnrren
Sstree t . X e w Yo rk . 1 3: l y .
NORTH CAROLINA) Superior Court
ROWAN COUHTY f Before the Clerk
John D. Miller, Adm'r
of Win. Litaker, dee'd,
Albertine Miller, D. J.
Brown and wife, Jose
phine C. Brown, heirs at
law of Win. Litaker,
Petition to pell
land to make
It appearing by affidavit to the Court
that D.J.Brown and Josephine C. Brown
are necessary partiesi defendant to the.
proper determination of this proceeding,
and that they are non-residents of this
State, now, therefore, this is to notify
them to be and appear before John M.
ilorah, Clerk of the Superior Court of
Rowan county, at his office in Salisbury,
N. C, on or before the 22d day of No
vember, 1888, and answer or demur to ,
plaintiffs complaint which is now filed
therein, or this proceeding will be heard
ex-parte as to thera.
Dated this the 25th day of September,
1888, J. M. liORAII,
Cl'k Super. Court of Rowan county.
Thco. F. Kluttz, Plaintiff's Attorney.
Caveats, Trade Marks and
Obtained, and all other business in tlie U.S Patent
Office attended to for Moderate Fees.
ourolllce Is opposite the I', s. Patent Ofllce, and
we can obtain Patents In lees time than those re
mote rroin Washington.
Sena Model or drawing. We advise as to patent
ability free of charge; and make SoeliaraeuH.es ice
Weiefer ner to the Postmaster, the Supt.of
Money order Dir., and to omcialsof the V. S. Pat
ent ofllce. Forclrcular, advice, terms and refer
ences to aclualclienisln ycurown Stoteorcounty
w,llet? . C. A. SNOW A CO.
Opposite Patent Ofllce, Wabhlngtcc D. C.
Oct. 21.'S5. tr ,
By virtue of a decree of the Superior Court
of Sampson county, in the case of L. A. McKoy
and others, exparte, I Avill sell at the Court
House door in the town of Salisbury, on' Mon
day, the 5th day of November, 1888, about 350
acres of valuable land in Rowau couuty, about
ten miles west of Salisbury, known as "the Mc
Koy land. This land will be sold in tracts of
50 to 1j0 acres.' They are among the best
lands in a section famed for the excellcut qual
ities of the soil ; and furthermore there is suffi
cient timber of fine quality to pay for the land
if it were worked tip and sold Pine, Oak,
Ashe and Hickory being abundant, and situ
ated withiu 2J miles of the Western Korthi
Cirolina Kail Koad.
Terms : One-fourth cash and the balance in
twelve months. Persohs desiring further in
formation will please call on mc or Col. W. A.
Houck. J. V. MAUXEV, Com'r.
Sept. 22, 1888. 50:
Having qualified as Administrator up
on the estate of Margaret Ritehie, dee'd,
all persons having claims against said
estate are required to present them on or
before the 27th day of September. 1S89,
or this notice will be plead in bar of their
recovery. All persons owing said estate
arc hereby notified to make immediate
payment. M. A. BOSTIAN,
Sept. 25, 18S8. Adm'r.
T. C. Linn, Att'v. 49:Qt.
Who are Weak, Xerrous and
Dcbiliatcil. who jire sufTcrinp
from the effects of carlr evil
habits, tUc result of ignorance or follj, will find
in i'kabs cpkcific a posi tire and permanent
cure for Nervous Debility Seminal Weaknesses,
Iavolnntary vital lossses, etc. Cures guaran
teed. Scad six cents in stamps for Pears'
Treatise on diseases of man, their cause and
cu"- J. S. PEARS.
C12 Qhurch Street Nashville, Tenn
THIS PAPER 5?52sJSnra
fa fie k
lvrrtisin LuAa(10 Ejiroof HtX where Ad teAitti
tai 01 every variety ana
Begular Horizontal Piston.
- The most simple, dnrableand effective
Pump in the market for Mines, Quarries,
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purposes. jSend for Catalogue.
Tie I S. CAMERON STEAM PUMP WORKS,
Foot ok East 23rd Stkekt, New Yobk. ."
PIEDMONT AIB-LIHE ROUTE
Eichmond & Danville Railroad.
IN EFFECT JUNE 24, 188tf.
Tkains Run By 75 Meridian -Time
: JSO. 52.
30 P M"
i 42 "
J2 15 A SI
9 43 "
Lv. New Vork I'
" Drake's Branch
" High Point
Lv. Hot Sprtugs
Ar. S tiisbuiy
Ar. Hl-h Point
44 Chapel Ulll
Lv. Greensboro .
" t hailottesville
I 0 0 P M 7 10 A M
1M AM 1 51 P M
' 2 13 . g 53 '
, 4 50 5 30
5 13 " ( :;o
6 22 7 03 "
5 5 P M 1 1 40 A M
55 " J j 25 P M
' 3 30 A M ; 5 5C
4 37 i C 3S
6 27 7 15 "
4 2 " ; s 15 "
8o0 : 8 40 "
14 40 " t!2 34 A M
so ' tioso pa
i 11 55 " 3 10 "
! 1 15 P M ! t5 20 "
I 12 33 : 4 SO A M
i 1 55 " 1 55
: 4 10 " til 45
I 8 15 A M 8 SO P M
' 9 47 A M : o SO P M
12 25 P M 23 A M
t 12 40 " I 43 '
: 1 23 44 2 3
3 30 44 : 5 (H 44
12 40 P M 2 53
I 2 5 44 3 05 44
7 3 5 44 ! 7 00 44
8 5 0 44 s go 44
3 ro A M . ' o 4r 44
. 6 20 44 120 P M
t Dally, exce 1 1 Sunday.
No 51 and 53 connects at I'lcumo d dally except
Sunday for West Tolnt and llaltlmc e. f
ii N2I;om,.wt?t Point his datly connection at
Richmond with No. 5o tor the Sout -
-JDn train no 50 and 51, Pullman
Montgomery and New York, Danvl
Raleigh and Morrlsiown, 1 enn
un trains' 52 and 63, Pullman Bu. 't Sleeper be
tweeu Washington and NewOrleai;i,viaMor.li-om
A ft- A K 1 -h -ft ftV ft ft ' . . ft. ft . .
irij, uuu ucmeeu vasuingion anorvugusta. L'ich- I
rnond and Greensboro, nd Pulln :.n Parlor Cars
bei ween Salisbury and Knoxvllle .
ThrOUil tlokftSOn SllP nt. Prlnr 1 i1..il1iu i
For ratesand Information, applj
the Company, or to
:o any agent of
Sol. Haas,. Traffic Mono ;er. '
J. S.Totts, Dir. Pa i Agt.
W. A. Turk, -Die. Pas. At t,
Raj eigh, N.
JAS. la. Taylor, Gen. Pas. Agt A
R. J. HOMES
Is now Receiving His
Fall and Wintei Stock Of
Direct from tie Northern Markets
And will be pleased to see his custoimers
fore purchasing cjsewhere.
And all other kinds of Goods kept in a gen
eral stock, will be sold at prices to suit the
CALL Af EXAMINE MY STOCK.
Bob White and Crystal
Roller Mill Flour of
the best quality.
JUST RECEIVED ONE HUNDRED 'BAR
OF FRESH VIRGINIA LIME FOR
H I expect all persons who have given 'me'
Mortgages on their crops to brine- mc thrir mt.
1 ton when it is ready for sale. "
Biclimonfl anfl DanYille Hajlrjafl Ci
' W; N. C. Division J
Passenger Train Schedule. '
Effective May 13th, 1SS8 "
Train No. 5?.
5 05 a, m
312 a. m. Greensboro
9 50 p.
Ar 12 12
a in. Salisbury
v Connelly Sprlbcs
Morgan i on .
i Glen Alpino
Alexanders 4 r-
Hot Springs r- T
7 20 ,
C S 17
Lv. 5 40
Ar. 7 30
p. m. Hot Spurge j
a. m. -Louisville - 1
: 8 25
6 35 p. m. Chicago,
15o St. Paul .
6 4o p.m. sr. Louis
7 la a. m. Ksnsas City
Dally except SUNDAY
: i ...
8 .10 a m Leave Asherllle .. ..... I Arr 4it i i '
10 25 rr Waynesvlllej::;
22fipm tharlesion ...... idKta
5 03 Janctts Leave 7;l j
A. & S. Road.
Dally except SUNDAY
-.5 1 L
TRAIN NO 12
3 so p. m Leave
1 1T Arrived
' ; TRAIN-OIL
Spartanburg An h e tlfp.
Ashevllle; 1 Leave
75th meridian time used to Hot Sprier?. "-i
i. i, u vmtriictsprirr.
Pullman Sleepeisbet ween Washington Mtlmj
.. RtebBifmd it Grei-Dfboro
-Jfalciph 4t Greem-bmo 4
. Jinoxvllle & IxiustIH
.. Parlor Cars .. Salisburj KLOitulft .
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