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&sk ash .-.'.. s . 5rJa fiesta
A last Kick.1 .vj ;i;
By M. Quad, . I
txfni dnwn nenr I he lower railroad
tjnuge ut a lagnm tin v imvmg a cou
ple of boys with me, when a h.tcknian
tlrorej qp and offered to take us down
ahowjtis the whirlpool a mile below,
and return us to the Bridge, for ,half a
dollar each. - When this offer was de
k clihed he said he would take the three
I of us for a dollar Tand we got into
his carriage. l He, drore down to . the
Whirlpool House, and as we got out I
aw a ign reading: "Fif ty cents to go
down the whirlDJoV" ""7
i ou agreed to bnnsr ns down and
show us the whirlpool,
f4Vell its down those Mmrs."
"But I don't propose to pay fifty
ceatsilogo down ther"
tThen vou wntetyour dollarf
-i4Woat I! ' Coine. I iun ready to
take you back." i
f Uut we are not ready to co. "riou
xfle rushed at meund I caveltim the - --A Country Cotillion. Uan'i War with Creeninp- TMn
neatest black! e yorersawrl was Gipt. JTora Evan, describe a Rocking- The J Ph iladel ph ia Inquirer asks:
wondenngiM shouldn t treat the tther- uaiaouaty dance in Webster'a Weekly. What shall be done with the pesfc?
i W S!l"VW "enano,f c,sU There was a dancing party in the What brings them? - How shall thev
of thettwiJ stented tin for? an ernlann- r-:. ..-.:. . r 'it . u.. . :. m -rr t .i
r .- - - r i country. iasi nignc. ana as me guests eu;riHiuiuear i ear ov year tney
hon. : When I had tnven him one. he I ..-'n. i n .r. u i h:l . . j.k :i. ir: . i J. J
1 7i : o- r-yy I were garnered, a uui rea-neaaea ienow cciu w increase, .more locust, more
turned to the young man and asked: 4 applied at the door to get something grasshoppers, more chinch bugs, more
uDid you refuse.to answer his ones- bt Hill ni Uir c noLif n K.;t
morrow ana snggest too neea or an im-1 kmj u- inrl ..tvi;n i " j
, -r ip 1 wwu um uttu a iiuuic actum ill u vvi ".ni"'iiug tiiiii.- c iuc ill urail J
mediate change Here. I ner. and scratching out the music by having to resort to desperate remedies.
A change was mode.. 1 Inre seen wtA anoii n ,kmf-iiw In Tin iirtnorc a? cuvaii1 AAtin.
thp nr min. and he will answer I - a .1 Iimi t.- .
riitnofiAna van ttlvuir lAhiin i F rmrftts I - r . ' , . . I i . ; - - i
H..k.o , J tiim up once too many. Then the fun wneat barley, or rye for three years in
lATKMif sic nub wiiii t luic uub ua I w w ouii wc uui iiii;: 1:111111 ii ijiii'ti.
the fiddle but composed and sang lit- This looks almost like a victory for the
tie snatcnes oi songs lis he played, cuicn pugs, and it becomes an mterest
Theysaw he was getting most too in.'.? question, moreover, whether such a
molfftlV find tru-kL- llim rtllf nnrl ruttifusl IdLnilf. wrtfttil arfupm ! m .1 1 fkom
water on his head, and thought he was whether they could not worry along
all right again, but would insist on without wheat, barley, and rye fir
ll'IVIIlf nltftf liar l-i n -4 nl.iiimt f rfia'I'DM f? tilu-vnf iu ..r I . ... 4-1. n i.. n K.
3 OX Mtfc i.- mirii lis Hit lilt JllCJ
ciiiiuguig met 10 sometning eise.
It is evident that man has a irreat deal
to learn yet. He has to learn how to
till the earth so that it will vield npi
more grain and less bugs. 'The pests I
woum appear to reuresent a vast
Steam, Air and Vacuiim Pimps, Vertical and; Horizoni
toil ui uvciy vitxxuuy auu uctpauiuy
VERTICAL PJST3a v s .
A Dynamite Factory.
IN' OPERATION THREE MILES BELOW CAR-
having another "short'
them for a Quadrille.
Ye'artners for a cotillion !" he cried.
as he threw his head to one side and
1ipT in n nn1 T rnfusH to tmv von n I fpplilp fYnlnsion :t. Csiriprsvillp thrp
1 cent" ! years ago in comparison to that which ne thrw nis head to ont
I Von either pay or I'll make jelly of would now occur if an earthquake tucked the fiddle under his
youf? should shake the dynamite factory just a rt of half military stare
K;i ...rv I iv. Thv nil fnnlr fliAi'r til?
a He' did not accept the invitation, but
arove on up town, ana a
out of his
tives are runninar off a ton of liitro- brought the bow a a swipe, and sang amount of misdirected energy.
I in a loud voice: inventive mind of man can d
1 I . . ...
stranger said I glycerine.
" 1 .
T5ix months ago,
c..:.i r- v,a..
rvsaaa uia luviivuo 04tia iui f si llJ
JHe has gone for a crowd, and you Dunning, '"Mr. Clarke Robinson came
rill be lucky to get off alive. r Its a to Cartersville from littsburg to look
"Where is the factory and how large
shame-faced swindle, of course, and j about with a vie w to - establishing a
here are a dozen of os Hwho have been dynamite factory there. The result is
played the same way, but what can we that the factory is complete and in
You can kick agiiinst the gang."
i "Yes but well get the worst of it.
I Tbev areXbad lot. You'd better
send the fellow his money."
ni be hanged if I do.
I As; we started uri the river on foot
aMozen men followed to see the fun.
VVhen he reachetl the end of the street
car track a mob ot fou rteen hack men
received us. The one who had lied
to us demanded his dollar. I refused
to pay jit. He called to his mob come
on and I backed up to the building.
At this guv ball,
Over the nver to Charlie.
First gentleman there,
.'With lard on his hair,'
Will fly with his pard
Like a bird through the air.
Over the river to Cliarlie.
some way to make the life and enercrv
of the pests materialize in the shape of
wneat, barley, rye, potatoes, etc., his
crops wouiu be immense.
i. M V 1 1 I tl
11 is a irame ouuuim? aoouc nnv-i '"- luuuKuv-mit c
feet so aare, with vats, mixers and MneI to a dead stand the next pass.
baths, located on the East & I He stopped the little man with
I AM 1 M 1 . . j
West Hail road at Mr. Ladd s lime
kiln, about three miles below Carters
uWhut is its capacity?" ?
, "About fiye thousand pounds of dy
namite a day."
"And what will that do?"
"It will blow Stone Mountain to
Recently there arrived in New York
mree large sieomers larten with rip
..o nus uiwi. w iuuiiuar say- me American Cultivator our lartr-
uruiiLcui est unoorfMtion of i-ipa fmm
r-- -w a X' At Iill H ( t. I &
T 1 1 W m .
inuia, and Haugoon, Uurmah. Japanese
nc is the sweetest and richest In the
world, but its cheaf exportation here-
coure nas been to lireat Britain.
Beggar Horizontal Piston
. ; VERTICAL PLUKGE
. 1 : '
The most simple, dp rablo, and effective
Pump in the market for Mines, Quarries,
Refineries, Breweries, Factories, Artesian
wells, Fire duty and general manufacturing
purposes. flgf "Send for Catalogue.
The A. S. CAMERON STEAM MP WORKS.
Foot op East 23r Sthkkt, Xkw Yokk.
I III ' 'I ! -T I 1 - ' '
:4Siy : 'Is'
inflamed face and sung oat:
Second lady too, ,
All got up in lace.
Swing hands with the gent
With the bumps on his face.
Over the river to Charlie.
That settled it. The crowd cried,
rut him out!" and the
nur v nnrl tha ttt o
m wv 1' wM KIJV W.lllitlJI A- v i ill iIO IT UlUUC JJA.il U ICftJll VJ I - will libil IIUIIJ
lejeling a revolver at the crowd, and hitonis." ,!rfi.J w , I with the inflammatory face kicked at
waited! . They did not come on worth "What are yon making so much for?? I hi with such force as he rushed out
a cent. Thej did not care for Jblhn "For the tnide; there is a great de
jnst then. One by one they slunk mand for dynamite in- milling, railroad
work, excavating, shotting oil well.
and the like."
"What is dynamite ra.ide of ?n
' "The ciirtridires in ordinarv i.a nri
about fbrty per cent, nitro-glycerine.
away, while I took the car back to the
Falls. The leader tried to get roe r
rested f or carrying a deadly weapon,
but no .one would issue a warrant.
One ituktW ffllll him in mv Vionrinrr
iEvery man comincr to visit the Falls I diffused throiiffh nix
ought to come with two revolversXand of some; porous substance like clay' or
Mr. W. II. Jloriran. mfrclumt' T.-iL-
City, Fla.. whs taken with a severe C11,
.-tttumletl with a ilistressinir Coii'h and
running into Consumption in its first stac
lie tried mnr sofalleil popular coiiy!.
rtfUllAfllliC 1 11 1 I ofiA.liln ......... r
,i i .1 . . . ,. , . - I -""i iriuv worse mi
ui iiie.noirae, inai iue pniu oi nis slKK. reduced in flesh, had diffioaltv in breath.
neei was ieil on ine door. "3 was unaWe to sUt n. Finally tried
The above is a very irood descrintion ,,r- Aew Discovery tor Cosuimition
Pk m a. .. I .. 1 ! 1 - .
oi one oi ine old tusiiuiiiMi s.,t-i i aim munu mimetuaie re ui ami iit..r . n..
alxnt a half dozen hottles found himsi-li
well and has had no return of tlwdi
Xo other remedy can show so immil n r..
cord of cures, as Dr. Kiny'slCew Diecovcn
lor lihisui 1)1 ion liiiiirnnti-.l f. l,.
what is claimed for it. Trial Itottli 1 ri nf
ineo. t . Klutt. & Co Dm ' store
e if.i; j
kT 9 7N-J
vcr ir .r ..
"Hard Timet in the Confederacy."
Under the above title A. (1 (r
contributes to the Century an aueed-
I . 1 a ...
ai Article, trora which we quote ;i
0 lows; "The tniditional reUl ohl-
A shipment of loOnouiulsof mt:ili;..
chemically purealuiiiinuni, the first ex-
J 1 . L .
pore or tins metal from the ITn twl
the oftener he fires into ; your crowd isaw-dust."
the better it will be for the few honest "What is niros?lveerini?M
people nere. I wish- more kickers- "it is composed of irlycenne, nitric l,er la the persimmon tree, who told
would come here. acid and suluhuric acid. The wlveer-1 his captian that he was eatin the erm
. .. . -rt-j . . . -or o--.
. . . t .
is hi wiirr iu lib ins inOUini-2i l i i . v"w
nf hw r.t;M ;f,i states, has been made frow Newnort.
My City, i reached that noint tn dis. I rest of tha fnt 1 lff f. f KJoi.,... I London, England. Thenrecions
mA U..l.- . jl ll . T . I ' il .... . . .1 niot:ll vvlnr. l-i -.-.. .! 4i t - J. -
.vioi. iu.il L .whs irunKies. i went punwse. x - or meecononuc conditions ofthe South- ".. llltv ueilL jer
oyer the nvdr and consulted the Erie ;4ilowmuch acid do you put with it?" States, both in the field and at home 1 J1" ' wf s,nelttHl from Pntucky ore
a . : .ijl w m t . , m ..va . m v . .
wKI?age agent ana arter teleghiphmu "We lake two parts of clvcerinr: a"ng the war of the States. After
tovandiis ttoints. it was found' t.hit fi
i ' , ' - i f'm"" w it iiiim at x, Lrt 1191 --j-w. v x aif UUV.C yj
iy been left it in the station of of Milphnnc acid ami mix it to make c0 ,ie thoroughly blcckaded, it was
Cleinses the Nasal
tion. Heals th
S o r q s. Esstores
:he Sensas of Tast
thy the cuniiHAV-FEVER
IS ft dl SOfl ftP nf li niiioriic v.r.MKM..MA
H. .x in w vto iiv iii yji iAiiVj
cuuiiiiiv onirinatiny in wrni t..,.
.-..-j . 1 . . . . .
aucs ui(i inainiaininr its Kttr.M.rir.i.i !.,
tlie.'head. From this ixiiit it. Ju rr-tu
.1 P0ISOI1OUS Vini.S illtO lh stnmn
tliraujrh the digestive organs, eormpting
ihe;bIool aixl lirotlucinLr nthor t frill 111-
iomc and dangerous symptoms.
Pimcle I" iip;Mel tuto each nostril, and Is
ifreeaule. Irf so wntu t iini.i.t.. .., ,..n
resrlMenrt. (to " r,a" '"S 7..."
Street. New Vork-7 ' . "i2.,v cu
PIEDMONT AIR-LIBE ROUTE
Richmond & Danville Railroad.
' C0I7D2IT02D B0SSDUL3.
IN EFFECT JUNE 24, lb8.
and Danville Eailrg ci
.W.N. C. Division
Passenger Train Sch( dufe.
Effective Jlay 13th, 1S8&
Train No. 52.
Trains llvs By 75 Meridian Time
hind clay by a process which is
tedious and is kept a secret.
liuualo. llie bjurirairenien thurp Kind I nitrrwrivrino
three hour in which to get them "What will that much nitro-elvcer-aboard,;but
he had singled me out as ine do?"
ft Victim, Everybody else's trunk had "It will blow up the capit 1 and sc it
come along, bat mine had been held ter it all over Atlanta."
of er for a rest. 1 couldn't kick ' on a J' "In an explosion of nitro-glvcerim
man 300 ' miles , away, but I laid for the explosion of its component gaes is
hira. j All the while I was fishinir and so sudden and insbintam nn fhnf tU
Hailinal nursed my .wrath to keep resistence from a condensed atmos-hrttin endeavor, published a rude wood
If tvapm A tt A 01 w ... 1 1 . i T 11 I 1 1 . . . . . ... I . 1 . . t
V 7u ' il waiKea pnere is aoout equal to the immediate cui wnicn, with its concommant in-
intothe baggage office at Buffalo. 1 resistence of most solid materials, so sciiption, expressed with great pith and
nsw the documejts to back me up, u I that its effect as a blasting povder is ad lint the extremities to which sol-
VAPV c rsv .-. 77 I i m ..! 1-.n. .. Il .l!l. 1 1
t la imu uouic&uik auKe were reanceii in
the hitter days of the contest. It rep-
continuous struggle on the part of the
people ot the Confederacy toaccomm -
d ite ihe status of supply to that of de
mand. "After the war ended, a monthly
magazine dedicated to perpetuating the
records of the war from the Southern
Jf.ii.i..,. . .. j i . ..
iMi.iuiuiui,, mm soon Densnin'j in the
fOnlhe 22.1 day of July I passed
, through here. I wjis ticketed to Jer
: ? cik7 8trs"gHter than a string, and
before I Jeft Detroit I saw that my
checks were all right."
HVell?" , -Well,
yoa left my trunks right here
for twenty-four hours.'
j'And now you must pay for vour
carelefesiiess, .; '
t?Hf re is a bill of expense made by
your neglect of duty: . There is$0 for
three of jus at a hotel over night. I
paid an expressman seventy-five cents
I paid another the same. I had to hire
iJack WW me about in Jersey
Sltjr?1 th?1 8 twelve shig more.
, The total expense.i$8, . to say noth-
i n; jrf!me and wory ad a day
i Yon ll either pay or I'll bring suit
and send for the general baggage agent
as ; witness."
- jonare acrankr
i mposed upon. The road j guaranteed
wy.Uty a certain hour all right unless
accident prevented.' There was no ac
cident" . He stormed around for a while and
then paid me, and I divided ibe -money!
oetweeii two Prini.! , u j
( sjud I was the meanest man he ever
. jaw, lut it was u lessou'he will never
t lmira: oice Qdn a time, I had
t, K western connection.
o me Knewiowe i0n it 'twould be,
as the other tmin 'was E.te, and soio
finn'niia.u F .!. 1
kL 1. 1 " , .r-Mw-n-j i ieppeu U)
the ticket, winder and asked of aVoung
mnn in.U.i V in
....... iii.ij . : j
fM?! me w late
the t,ne exuress m??. i -t-c l fci- -
and I reneated th ii. JL 1
- -. . w iv i w . iiH ninron
4PH nothing about iCr
Wtiag to a, k the same question. 1
jut iiea mem to ti-v tc ,
mV -wTfiw.; xiiere was a door tn
we 0Bw.Bd I opened ,V The young
man -w.u waxing his niushiche ill front
"How does it exrdode?"
"With a slight concussion."
resented two lank, lean, lantern-jawed
1 " i . . .
And you make dynamite out of Confederates in a black lierry. patch,
this dangerous explosive?" One of them on his knees, the more
"Yes; we mix it with the sawdust: or easily to reach the fruit, is Imilrintr nn.
clay. I ward at his com mil p with u irrim n,:i.
. I , ------ O . v ,
'HOW do VOIl PVPr rrof n.tnn1 .. I and Kiivinrr
ine to your factory?" "They can't starve us, nohow, as lou'
"vi th- iu j: ti s n. kl..f.k i . . w
- wtc me miL-uiciiui uiere ailuI'M viurrries nisi.
mix them. It would X px.romplv The vein of his .lf-rmf nl:ifin nnA
hazardous toundert:ike to shin nitrn-' I and assurance is rpjirlilv npriiiijxrrl in
glycerine. and reinforced by the 'other, who re-
"How do yon manage to mix it sponded in a apt commendation, and
without getting blown up?" with an even larger and more catholic
"Well, we put the ingredients into a faith:
vat whijh has been reduced to a! non- "Nawsir! And not as long as thar's
explosive temperaturef thirty-five de- hnrklebefmesjiuther. And when
grees. In the '"rat is a mixer, made they're golie, come si minons!"
somethihg like a revolving fan, and I'd the unintiated stranger who saw
the acids and the glycerine are thor- and read the rude cut and its under-
onghty mixed. : Then the nitro-gly- written legend, if considered at all,
cenne is put into a washing bath of doubtless were held coarse and witle.s;
clear water which purifies the mixture, but to hira who knew the bitter mean
and it is run off ill t.h form ,t .'a 71lini? ii trtmt tVirr.ii.r1i li.o K..l.
o wish substance about the consistency I experience, they spoke with the em-
m. w..-, uiKv vi uii C-rr. uutuis ill i i frii iiiiii nnivurrn aumihu.
- - -c0 11 .... v. uuiiviiuigiuiiit-
iiiucu no vou niuiro nt
V7e Tell You Plainlv
Hiat Simmon's Liv.-r Ituuulator will rid vnu
I llvspejisirt. Hoadaehe. Const ii.il ion Hnd
IJilli.iUMiesis. It wi )r ak up chills and
ever ami prevent llicir return, and is h
onipIctL' antidote for all malaiial poison
cimitvy ir.-c ironi milium; or calomel
p.. : i t
. aiin voii wi c iLstonis ii-. t t ...
ood results of the semiine Siinmonv Livci
ueuiator, prepared 1 J. II. Zt-ilii. A- f'n
According to t he Courier Journal.
Kentucky lias six count ins U'lvhin
" " - Hill
ivnott, Perry, Letcher, Hell, and Leslie
ik.. t....... ii i i ....
uiiu ii.iu never nivi :t ciinn- i ui nn
their borders during the sixty or seventy
years of their existence as counties.
This fact lists l,c( n referud to th Home
NORTH CAROLINA Superior Curt
MMkattLiAK.... .. '
KU WAN UUUHTT J liefurc the Clerk
John I). Miller. AdmV
of Wni. Litaker di.i.'.l
Albert ine Miller, n J
Broun and wife. Jose
phine ('. Urown, heirs at
law: of Win. Iiitaker.
laud to make
Somethinir over a Inn "
Do vou reckon I
distance?" F l rt '
,LOh.'VPr-riw-i nH nLl 1 v
VV here do you ge. the material?''
4MVe have been wttir. KAtk
... O "( wv . HIC
acids in Atlanta until Mr. O. A.
Smith, who mside the nitric acid, was
burned out. We pet th vrn
from a concern m the East That,
however, might just as well be made
uIs dynamite yery easy to explotle?"
Ao, nothing fike as easy to explode
Haviutr in its or-
ansiver civil questipns I nleuitly
wsked.i W'i I 111 T -H
i : J ".You git out or I'll pt "a luid on
. 'yut he. roiired.
' i !
i'ilow late is theErie express:
- - - - "o JW KIA
ainary form on v about fnrt
of nitro-glycerine, diffused through a
ivitu3 suosiauce, dynamite is not
easily exploded. We make dynamite
when, it is desired Whigh?lis eiuhtv
nr Mnf 1 n.'l 1 li'? .. t .i . V
mure oaugerous to Handle.
vvtutt w dynamite worths pound?"
t'h rom sixteen in fnrtv nu .in)
and upwards.1 accordinfr )fft. K w
cent, of nitro-glycenne. - v
Eenews Her Yonth.
Jlrs. Plicpbc Chcslcv, Peterson. Clay Co
the truth of wliich id v.u.ii..i ." ,
VM IUI MJ (IIO
V'1"" u,c. IOn: 73 years old
have Un tnmWeil witb fcjdnej compll it
m4 Jmeess jfiH-r many ycf cu, f n J
frrun .11 . . " r ? irCB
qoJnSr;;7; make aiiipid heH
lasnfcs to IJltric Bittcfi for havjnL
MM wy,,fc.2-wi6rI com lately
all uiseasit and i.in 1 '
bol,K'r Me. at Kluttr's Dru
The Old Love and the Hew.
"DarV a pusson I want Vested and
sent up,n saul a colored man us he en-i.-.J
uji:.ir.A - i . .
inm .u urawoi avenue station and
removed his hat
"Who is it?" askexl the sergeant.
Used to be my old woman."
44 Your wife?"
"Where is she now?'
Hangin' aroun' my house an' de
claring she will kill my ndder wife.
It's agin de bargin, an' she knows it,
bat she wants ter be mean."
"What bargain did yoh make?"
I dun toled de ole womnn dat if kIip
would go atvay and quit-claim on me
I'd gin her $2. She agreeil and de
noney. was paid, butjist as soon as I
got dis jiew wife she .. .'.'dome i back to
bodder us." .-' - :. .
"Didn't you get a divorce?"
No, sah. I jisfc made a bargin."
."Then you hevc two wives and can
be sent to prison."
""No!" ";'! -
"That's the way of it."
"And de bargin wasn't cordin" to
HAnJl can be .arretted?"
. "Shoo! Say, yon jess keep quiet
bout.twerity.minuates! I'll go home
an bounce de new wife an1 take debld
Backlen's Arnica Salve.
Tnic IIkst Sai.vk in the World for Cuts
IJruises. Sores. Ulcer. Salt Rio urn V.it'i.1
Sores. Tette. Cli inoed II:md. t'l.'m.l ... .
Corni". and all Skin Emotions, mid ......
ly euret Piles, or no iinv r-cotiired. It i
iu ininteeil to j;ive perfect s itif ietin oi
money ttilunded. Priee 25 cents pes box.
r .r ..iie ov Ivluttz. Co
China recently received its first ini
porta ion of foreign soap. The Chinese
so.ip is of alkaline earth, and the mate
rial used, for w.Lshing the hands is th
pod of a tree.
Is full of humhuor.4, anl that reined v that
disproves this cloirye is a God-send to human
ity. K. 1J. U. has ncrcr failed and that ought
to count for something to him who wants to be
cured of what II. . U. sets itself ut, to cure.
It appcarim- bv nfTidnvit tn tlio nnn
that I). J. Brown nnd Josephine C. Iirown
are j necessary parties defendsmr. t t.
proper determination of this proeeedius, I "
and that thev are non-residj.nt .e i.7J ! Ar
State, now. tln refoie thU i t, .vtir..
tlicln tn Im jiinl .mi I. ..jr..... ii...
Iloiah, Clerk of the Kiinori.ir f,..,.
Kowau eountv. at. his ntlii.jrin ..i;-i...... . V-
t. .. on or before the yd d.i- rf v.. i 4
, . ' - -v ' . J : 4i
vcinber, 1888. mul mikuvp nr dmi. I
4 7 " " - IIIIII U . "
piainuns complaint which is now tileil
therein, or this proceeding will be heard
e.x-parte as to them.
1-atcd this the 2oth dav of September
1SS. j. m. liott.vii;
id kSnper. Court of Rowan count v.
Theo. F. Kluttz, Plain tifl 's Attorney.
Caveats, Trade Marks and
Jbtatncd. nnd allot hei busn.i Wlntl I- c n... .
Offlt-t aiienaeti lotoi Moiicii:if Kci ' '
ouromce iifi)jM.siti the I . s. l'ul. nt Offlee. and
We call lll;illl I'aH lils In Iris tii.,1. il.r. n....' ..
si-na .MiHlelor.liav.injr. ve advt.tr as ton.ilrnl-
4D1111 V free Of i-lltl ipi .-.I .1 ntnl . .. ..i '
Obtafu t'ut.vt " ' t K
Weiefci lier to the Postmaster, the Sunt. of
Mone order lilv.. ai..i to unit.iH m 'n.. u n...
entonice. Korclrcular. advle. teires anil refer
ence to aciualcllriot in ycui ow n Si f I e or count v
irrlltA r . - . . . . .
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OC t 1PS5 '-lu tD 1 nile ffabU5CT C.
I.v. .New iork
' t:a iriottesvlUe
i " Drake's Branch
Ar. t onitt rd
" Sjirtauburjr j
" t.ret'Dvllle !
I i luh Point
Drake's Branch .
Bill in, ore
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ft 10 '
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1 7 40
a. m. Boston
p. m. Newport
a, m. Lj dc Wmiik
8 1 a. in. Greensboro
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Ar lx ix noon
X36 p. in.
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Lv. ' 4 40
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Morgan t on
Ashe vl lie
I X 33
a . m.
5 40 p. in. Hot Soil. rS
p. m. t'Lleoyo
St . PauP
p. in. St. Louis
a. m. Ksus.isdty
1 4 17
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Dally except SUNDAY
s a .a Leave Ashe IPe Tr ' p L
2 2pm i ha rb si on lla.m
TRAIN XO 12 -
3 so p. xa Leave
A. & S. Ioad. -
Dally .except SUNDA Y,
SpartonlHirp Anlve 2 10 n. m
lieiKlrrvmn illo . 4nL
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Asnevuie -Leave ii
la' I wer,tl,a, ' Iuie se J I " Hoi SpHr'r. I
Puilmansiere, sbe w een sMton t &Xrr
if.ueigh & ureeni-boro-"
n ..i. " " KnoxvllleA lamisviu ;
.. janorCiirs .. Saliaburj Ktoxville
VOS. L. TAYLOK, O. P. A.
W. A. M IXBUKX. Act'K p. r. 1
t Dally, exce . t Sunday.
XO. 50 and 31 inn nr.... u .1.41.. . .
Kv. lie lor ClaVSie 'iS at
& O. for Old
T - ..ii. niri V...IIIIV ,
.NO. If:innmtu .
Point ami Xnrr.iL-
i l, n f i:" nectsat Iflcluno daily except
Sunday for est Point and li utimc '
' J" T"11 w '"st '""""t l ,! d iliv conoecUon at
. Hlchmondwltuxo.sofoi thesoua ionaecuon t
"JufT. t Nieeper
UTTERLY SURPRISED !
Mkrioian, Miss. July 12, 1887.
For a number of years I have fufTercd un
told ajtiMiy from the effects of blood poison. I
had my case treated by several prominent
physicians, but received but little, if any. re
lief. I resorted to all sorts of patent inedfciuci..
spending a. Inrfe amount of money, but vet
getting no betur. My attention was nttracUd
by the cures said to have been affected bv B. B.H..
and I commence ttking it merely as an experi
ment, having but little faith in the results. To
my utter surprise I soon commenced to improve
and deem myself to-day trell and heart v per
son all ow ing to the efcellent qualiiies'of B.
B. B. 1 cannot commend it too highly to
those suffering from blood oison.
Traiumnn M. & O. K. R.
AFTER TWtJNTY YEARS.
Baltimore. April 20, 1S7. For over twen
ty yearn I have been tronbled with ulcerated
bowels and bleeding piles, and grew vcrv weak
aud thin from constant loss of blood. I have
used 4 bottles .f B. B. B., and have gained 15
pounds in weight, and feel better in' general
health than I have for ten years. I recom
mend your B. B. B. as the bes-t lneli'iii 1 Ii.-ivp
LAjJD SALE !
By virtue of a decree of the Sujierior Court
of Sampson county, in the case of L. A. McKov
and iothers. exparte. I will sell ut. the Court
House door in the tow n of Salisbury, on Mon
day the 5th day of November, 188S, about 350
acres of valuable land in Rowan countv, about
ten inilcs w est of Salisbury, know n as "the Me
KoyUand. This land w ill be sold in tracts of
"0 to 1..0 acres. Ther are among the best
lands in a st-ction famed for the excellent qual
ities of the soil: and furthermore there is suffi
cient timber of tine quality to pay for the land
if it were worked up and sold Pine, Oak
Ashe and Hickory being abundant, and situ
ated within 2A miles of the Western North
Cir&lina Rail Road.
Tfrms: One-fourth cash and the balance in
twelvemonths. Persons desiring further in
formation w ill please call on me or Col. A.
Houtk. J. w. MAI NKY. Com r.
Sept. 22, 18dS. 50: '
tn train no V and 51. Puiim ,D
0, T,e.0U"f7?,,(1 Nw Vork.Dauvl
1. alelv'h and MonlMou Tun.
tJrJl n" . ' 'unman nu.-t Sleeper If.
twe-n Uashlnpiomand Xeworp-;,, uiayot ii fin
ery: and between u-..iini ..'J ....totl'Htm
- -- ""ij iiiuxoie
allo?"! eUonsaleat ,rtn(1,stdnv to
l-or ralesand Information, a pub
: f A J J
Itavinj; qualified as Administrator up
on the estate of Margaret Hitchie, dee'tl,
nil persons having claims against stiid'
estate are retiuircd to present them on or
before the 27th dtv of Kni .ml,... iwvo
, .-....wv., Jl OO...
ever used, a.l owe mv improvement to the ue 1 f T l,OU;e11Win 00 P'd 111 bar of their
of Botanic Blood Balui.
318 Exeter St.
Kt oExu s A. Smith.
AN OZJ MAN RESTORED.
Dawsox. (ia., June 30, 1887. Being an old
man and suffering from general debility anJ
rheumatism of the joints of the shoulders, I
found difficulty in attending to mv business,
that of a lawyer, unlil I bought and used five
bottles of B. B. B.. Botauic MwKUtym, of Mr.
T. C. Jones, or J. It. Jrwiaion, and mr
general health is improved and thrheiimatism
left me. I believe it to be a gotxl medicine.
J. II. Laixc.
are! hereby notified
Sent. 25, 1S8S.
T. C. Lixx, Att y.
to make im merlin!'
isfckoned sbe jroa bhnvin' around,
me ail de time J Gjra me tweutv min-! CtulPn turrh,
utesanMookoufc or .plintent'niSue
inn rite frestt.
All W'hO desire fllll Infrnma tnn nKitit .. n..c
and cure of Blood Potaona, ScrofuU-i and Kt rt-fi lous
Hwelllnjrs, I Icera, Soies. Kbeumattym. Kidnev
etc.. can secure b) mall, free,;
Illustrated Konfc f Vnnior
irnt.itaillll . nrf 2
iever bf Joreiucw D. Addrts.
- lqoi Balm vo.. AtUnta, Ca.
Who are Weak, Nervous and
Debiliated, w ho are suffering
from the effects nf mrlr t-:i
TTi. .: '.. . ""v
iianjis, uie resuu ot ignorance or folly, will find
in Pkvbs' SpKciric a nositive ami iurmd.t
; cure for Nervous Debility, Seminal Weaknesses,
j I u voluntary vitiil lossses, etc. Cures guaran
teed. end six cents in stamps for J'eaTs'
Trentise on disjeases of man. their cause and
!upf ' S. PEARS.
al:y C12 Church Street Nashville, feun.
THIS P APEB. 1,0
vir-ts ui-u. tite f. it IX XlV' VVJitii!
oany agent of
Sol. Ha As, Traffic Mono ;cr.
J. S. Potts, Dir. Pat-. Ant.
W. A. Tukk, Dir. It. At 7,
m kkjii, X.
Jas. L. Taylor, Uen. Pan. Agt.
R. J. HOLMES
Is now Receiving Ris
Pall and Winter Stock Of
Direct fp lie Jinte Mar Ms.
ul Utdy. But m
'-niHI WOJil UBDIlaf t'iJBC
Kl'Mtit and wnltMl
lttk l-H !-.'... - - -
Willi ...I . ... - - l
anal tiJhlO VE hsiM
FREE. How ia thU
r . . . t--- w ... waniniinM, mmpi.tc umwotc
ffkhu nr f HOtmEUOLU tAirui.
Z!!l.!,?!f' M wmteh,w Kid rnnd tlUty
?? ptTO Tur lom fc.r S mantfa a4 tlwwa tMa
ifrT ,UMT ''T cm'll,'h-r b-oi j-oui. oir prrtfflT
OLO watch Dd COSXTf mleV,M th.rtita
tlM nnplM In any locmUl 7, ) w. j. rMUlt Id Urt . Ir4 lor -2L'
fT.ttr""?14 ."'" 1 locmlKyfof moatkarlv
2?. " lm OOO t ISOM la trxi. Iraa
gOToapdle-C enmtry. nta,tlw pxxt voo.hr.ul M- m(
-.Jt!?.. 7S.? bT," w jtTBcrtffc Writ t aac,ti
rfr-'V? 'ii. Ka4rit will balLirtlr tr Ira,
hwtl urapUa la thaa wh may caU at jvar IM
SS-VT- -TT-.f w aaaMaatlafaetorifc--A piatal cart
jit VTITV 1 ar jw on ", f
? j?2JS?J" woril o" Urf Haaai
WHEN YOU WANT
And w ill be pleased to see his cpstoimcrs
fore purcha.-ing t?sew lit re. -
And all other kinds of floods kept in a cen
eral stock, w ill be sold at prices to suit the
CAU Afl3 EXAMINE MY STOCK.
Bob White and Crystal
Roller Mill Flour of
the best quality.
JUST RECEIVED ONE HUNDRED BR
RELS OF FRESH VIRGINIA LIME FOR
I rxpect all ersons w ho have given mei-
w .rops 10 uring me their cot
ton when it is rea1j for sale.
40:Jf li. J, HOLMES.
M fl n n 111 n n r !
be , n h n u it ti ri c
AT LOW FIGUEES
' - ! - T
Call 011 the jjnilcrsi;ii4l at Cnnit
-Agent for the 'Cardwcll Thrf ken
Salisbury. N. C., Jur e tf.
H AIR DAL0AM
a j, 1 . ..ri Wh fcall
iNevtr Fails to
- .". . W .. 1. J K
OmsacalpdiwiMxaaid hair ABM
ttmlMa torGongha Colda, lnt niii Ijawfti
Of Interest to" iSdiei
W. wtlla4 a FREK SAMPLt f Mr woiJJ
paeifia for f -bU oomplaiBta to any lattrvka
to tt iUeffioacr before purcbnju nr. Hoodalaatprw