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J w i$Yn:& the Bjfttitfeare fcloctitidtiwt;
i ' liisj Jul to' was induced to give n
Jhtstfe of wf flinsifcol powers andthi
is her be'fiicl it. She flirted yp her
Ifiutftfiens coquettishly wiggle-waggled
Wfcetke niocrhoon Ts rar-Iiild4jr be
0erlher;caia!ra ad si-M-lewtse-e-e-e,
Its ra-dyancc sa-houly stre-hearoing,
Oh! ther-hen, oh! ther-heu,
-, i ; i -f 1 inee-ainK
' Hof thee-hee.
f ?UV 1 1 thee-hink,
I thee-he-be-he-he-he-he-hink bof thee-e-
DeautifuUMiss Julia Beautiful f'
and we all clapped our hands. " "Do
swg another 7 verse it's perfectly di
vine, 4) uliii? sakh Eugene Augus
tus. Then Julia raised her golden
(dyed) head, touched the white ivory
with her jeweled fingers, and warbled
"When the sur-hun 13 bri-hight-ly glow
1 ; ho-ing
O'er the sc-bene so de-hear to me-e-e,
And ewe-heat the wie-hind is bUw-ho-ing,
Oh! ther-hen , oh! ther-hen,
I tbee-biuk .
I:-;; Hof thee-hee,
; . I thee-hink, "
- I theohhik, - '
Ij thee-he-bc-he-he-be-be-hink bo-ho-ho-
! bo-ho-ho-hof thee-
. Nightmare Indeed.
A writer in-the Valdostii. (6a.)
Tiiries relates an, amusing storv of the
strange dream of a circuit riding par
son w hoH Visited J the to w n recently.
I The good bid parson had many appoint
ments far and wide apart, ana some
days he rode as. much as fourteen hours
t reach the more remote ones from
hi home. One night about dark he
rode up to a good brother's house to
spend the night. The brother had
. bseu kitting hog, and at supper
the table wa laden with spare-iibs,
iriusage hogs-head cheese, etc. ' The
i parson hadissed his dinner and had
i a keen appetite, and he could not re-
Y sist the tempting, steaming bits of
'choice tueats before him, and unmind
ful of dyspepsia or what not, he ate
At a reasonable Jibur ho was sliown,
to his room, and retired for the nighf.
The good farmer brother was also
wearied from his day's labor, and heal
, so" retired early, -
'About midnight the farmer was
- aroused from peaceful slum her by a
.considerable noise somewhere about
the premises. He lifted his head from
the pillow, and he plainly. bean ahorse
neighing and kicking violently against
the st ible dopr. and, assuming at once
that the visitor's horse had gotten out
of the stable and was creating a riot
among his own stock, he bounced out
- of bed, hurriedly dressed, and stepped
out of his bedroom door into the
Then his attention was drawn to the
pastor's room across the hall, where he
.heard the horse squealing and neigh-
r jug anu KicKing oani oum oam
And, puzzled beyond measure, he forced
. lato the room, and as the door opened
be saw the outlines of the :good man
standing erect in the middle of the
;;- floor, and heard him panting for breath
whicluwas followed by a long-drawn
sign Df relief. "atnke a match m v
A good brother," said the parson between
ureams. ana men ne ejaciwtea:
; 'Pshwhew Good sakes alive, I must
be a- fool :
The brother struck a light, and found
ine oecueau scat.erea una oroken up
' The footb ir was scattered, and the mass
of bedstead and bedding mid come down
. upon the door in a heap. Pshwhew,
ejaculated the parson again. t must
bi a fool I dreamed I was a horse,
; and was kicking at the b irn door,
fetch the light this way, brether, I
don't believe there is any "skin left on
my heels !
, Ji "The bsd$!ead was past further ser-
vice, and the brother had to spread the
paron s bed on the floor.
,1. . s.i , .
Just Like Other Men.
, . . Detroit Free Press.
i He stood with one foot on the hub
of his wagon' wheel, talking to- his
wife, who sat in the -wagon holding
" the hiies,
- 4'How much did you say, Mary?
he asked.- '
"A dollar." "
44 What! A hull -dollar for two
pairs of stockings?"
" j We can't aff jrd it. That's perfectly
reckless. ' -j
'But I want ,eni":
I suppose so, but you can t
have 'era, f .Lopk-dhere. lve goto
h ive a-necktie, a new hat, a pair of
suspenders, a pair 01 buckskin gloves,
som. socks, a plug of 4obacco and
mck-kmfe, aud that 11 take all the
: mony we can kpare."
Can't I get oue pair?"
y "Well, raebW, bat voud. better look
fur cotton and suuitbm at about 20
cents. I We'll never get rich in the
world if we don; t keep expenses down. J
A "Clsan Waste of Ooodneis.M
Mother I can never win the medal
for good behavoir," exclaimed a South
side boy just in from school. 'I have
tried and tried, but somj other uunil
always gets iCV Biit you must keep
0.1 trying, jsata me motner, encoursig
;ly. "it s n use, replied the boy.
. : ..... -. "
waste of goodness." Chicago Ma Hi
Sovi-ral phyoiciuns predicted tlmt Mr.
Aa C liuwley, Druygit, of CIiiag.
would soon have consumption caused h y
n arevated case of Catarrh. Cuttn
mr llnaU.T induced liim to trj Clarke's
Extacr Joir Flax (Papilion). Catabkb
Cu'as. lie : '. -The result asjinprie-
"cdented. uauiuiuuctd to "et well aftcN
"the hrt Mjtliatuu and mm now, alter n
"few w eiki, cut irdy cured. ' It will dollu
fani 1 tor jou Price $1.0 J. Try Cl rkeV
FJitj riortu tir the kin anlyou will ust
no Miht-r. 2 t eats. AU ol Clarke' nixw
die TufIc lj Jjj. II. Enaia.
' - An Embarrassing Situation.
Sereral years ago, while Mark
Twain was collecting retrospective ma
terial for his "Life on the Mississippi,
lie stopped, one'dayv tit Arkansaw City.
tie had years, tefqny known the place
as Campbelfe Bend, asd naturally, hid
a desire to poke about ' wnatiewted by
persons who would be likely to break
111 upon his musings; so avoiding the
committee thatiimi been appointed to
receive mm, be wandered on: into the
wood. He thought nothing of the
distance that he was tra versing. There
was music among the tree tops, and
flowers; rich indeep coloring, perfum
ed the air. rAfter a long walk became
to a cabin, and, Upon' entering, found an
om canirie-oearuea man sitting near
the empty fire-place. The old fellow
glanced at Twain, and then sprin gins
oeiwecn tuc visitor ana me ooor,
snatched down a gun, cocked it and
said: . f
"So I've got you, have I?"
I don't understand you!? Twaine
no I recon not. r man never
understinds a thing when! he don't
wantcr. Didn't stop your ! steamboat
down yauder below the bend the other
day an' steal sixty sheep that belonged
f 5" r
i will swear upon the houor of a
gentleman that 1 did not.! I havn't
been in this neighborhood before in ,
letdown than Twain obeyed.
The old ' man continued: I "It mout
have been a good while sens
were here before the other day.
you got here just in time ter steal them
eheep an' I'm going to haveyoxir skelp.
"My dear sir, you are laboring under
a frightful mistake. 1 never owned a
sheep in my life-
"No I don't recon you ever did own
one, an mo n that, nobody 1 else am
apt to own nary one whar
out. Yassab. come right
1 1 1 ,
iuck my sneep an ermong them wuz
er pet lamb that my little gran' daugh
ter loves better n she does her life an
she hain't slep'.er wink sense fur cry-
111 iiwui. 11. uu, you neean t uuhk
f ur 1 am gofng to hold you here til
my little gal conies an' then I'm goiu
to blow your head off. It won't be
loug fo' she comes an' ef you've any
pra is that you recon dughter be said
why you better say em', that's all."
"My dear sir
"Don t dear sir' me. I've got yon
an' I'm goin' ter use you'
; "But how do you know that I stole
"You know how I know i it. You
know that just ez soon ez you seed me
er comin' you shoved off, an' mo'n that
you know that when 1 jumped in
canoe au started ter paddie out ter
you, wy you shot at me. You know
all that well enough."
"Merciful heavens!" Twain
"Yas, sah; that's erbout what
'lowed, but the boat puffed Ou away.
A stick sn ipped outside. "Great
heavens!" Twain thought! is the gir
coming? No, it was baly a calf
1 he expression oa the old mans face
grew harder. There was a cru
twitching about the corners of hi
"Oil, don't you fret, she'll be here
J' ll M . -
juy inena, saia rwain, witn an
effort to be calm, "if you will go with
me over to Arkansaw l;ity I wil
prove to you that I would not steal a
. i aon t want no proor that comes
from that place, y You'd tell a lie. au'
J them fellers over thar would sw'sir ter
it. 1 see my little gat'eomitf through
yander. Ez I said jest now, ef you ve
got any pra'rs you want said, w y 1
recKon jou better say em.
"VVouhiyou commit murder?"
"Would you steal sheep?"
"Sorely not." j
"Ah hah, an sholy I wouldn t be
cemmittiu' murder by killin' sich er
feller ez you air. Don't I move now,
f ur ef you do I'll drop yon. Come,
quick, now, be fo the gal
me ef you know who did
sheep, that is,.ef you didn't?"
"1 think I do, Twain quickly re
joined, and then, remembering the
uame of a steamboat engineer whom
he had known before the war he add
ed; Joe Billings stole your sheen "
The old fellow looked sharply at him
"Air you shore?".
"I am certain."
Was you on the boat at- that
Yes, and tried to keen him from
stealing the sheep, but I could not.
"Will you help me find him?"
"Wall, then, scoot. Quick, befo' the
When Tftam reached Arkansaw fJifr
he found the preplexed and disap
pointed committee. He was nervous
a . . - - 7
and depressed. While be I was stand-
inz ia ine omce or tne notel. some one
said: . - -
"Mr. Clemens, you used to know Joe
oiuiugs, didjrtyou?" f
- Twaih felt an uneasiness craxvlinr
over him. Yes " he reolied.
"There be is."
"Twain looked around and shirf!
The old fellow who had held hi m in thf
cabin came forward, snorted, and then
said: - i
Sam, I onghter shot vhu fnr not
knowin' me, but I reckon live changed
some, blieeo. w v I never had nn i
my life.! Haw, haw! Come, fnlr
here 'tef .Sara an' erbility ter still hedge
on the truth." " , j
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Dest Salvk in the world Tor CITr
3ruisv, Soreif Ulcem, Salt Klit tun, Fevei
ore. Telte. Clupi.ed lUnd. Cl.ill.h.int
Corn?, and a!! Skin ruptins,and positive
ljcun-6 rilcf, orno pay required. It i
iUiirantet d to ive perfet t satisfaction, or
uione rcluuded. Iice 23 cents ut liv
F.r i4Je h 5!u:tri tJ "
The Wisdom of the Unle.
he kkows wnssr rr is koon and wnEX
IT IS SUNDAY. f
Scientific American. .A ! .'
Working animals, such as. horse
and mufes, are generally kept on a
cotton plantation in a large open pen.
V In the centre there is., a feed shed
containing a trough for corn and! a
rafter for foddefj overhead. . Stock is
fed only twice a day noon and night.
By sun-up, on work days the plough
bands appear, each to catch his "crit
ter."Tind the forty or fifty mules Int
Jheir sight move in utter confusion
around the shed, hiding behind one
another. But how is it on Sundays?
There reigns then an Arcadian peace
in the pen. Each mule is pain d off
with his "chum" (a selective affinity,
ao doubt), in an augle f the rail
fence, head and tail together. The ob
ject is a practical exemplification of the
golden rule. To enjoy an untroubled
sie3ta, each head : -secures immunity
from the fly pest; by a close 1 proximity
to his friend's perpetuuia mobile,"
Farm hands may; go in and out with
out producing the least ign of alarm.
But should bridle appear, that disturbs
only m ister's saddle or carriag; horse.
As to the mules, no extra twitch in
tail or ear shows the (least suspicion
that their owner could possibly be
the victim of a mistake. With eyes
drooping and head on a level with
that of his neighbsrs tail, his somno
lent torporis a picture of trust and safe-
ty. ne Knovrsit isounaay. 1 remem
ber well the amused look of my fore
man, Essex, wheh asking him for his
opinion on the subject: "Why, 111
course," said he, "dey knows it's Sun-
Pertinent to the above query is the
other; Do animals know noon time?
For the sake of its lively science let us
some forenoon go into a larg.
field. Presently we are startled fr m
nil r rttvoria Kv un 11 natirt V, 1 tt 44 P,jVi i n rr
ee-hung, hung, hung. It is the Nes
tor of the four-footers that calls thus:
"Time for refreshments" a single
similarity seconded and approved in
succession by forty others. We look
at our time piece, and, sure enough,
the large hand U about covering the
smaller. Itis noon. The mule, how
ever, is some minutes aWead of time,
and there insues a fearful contest for
the mastery between him and the dri
ver, which the distantdinner horn only
Now, how is it that the mule knows
noontime? Does he rely on the in
fallibility of his time piece, that warns,
him that it needs rewinding? Or has
he noticed the equally hungry partner.
Sambo, who, when he reaches the end
of a row, halts a moment, and turning
face northward, . anxiously scans the
shadow at his feet. Or in the sensi
tiveness of his back so delicate that he
can discriminate between oblique and
vertical rays? "T
We are prone to mystify, and, be
cause we are unwilling to grant brute
creation the power of reasoning, we
call their action that surprise us ''in
stinct.' In the barn yard, stable and
field we never observe this quality of
instinct in the young. It is Vnlv
the old that becomes wise by experi
ence, j !
A Prize Story. j
A Western paper recently offeree! a
prize for the best story to be written
by a pupil of a public school. Hre
are a few passages from the contribu
tions: "Cora Brown was fortunately the
possessor of a birthday, for she was the
daughter of rich friends."
"But all this time a cloud was gath
ering over Mrs. Delaney, which grew
large as years swept by, and that cloud
w.is full of grasshoppers."
"My father desired me to marry a
u..i, 1 1 1 1
u.uiiv picsiucui, h iiiinusomt, recKiess i
man, fond of nought save the gaming
table." " 'Vat I dell you ? vat I dell you ?'
shouted" tbs Irishman."
"As she entered the room a cold,
damp smell met her sight."
"The Jews celebrate Christinas in
"She forgot the Lord and all his
blessings, and after that she went and
V " : J il .1:1 ' . , I
u me euuor as ue put ins
mucilage brush in the ink bottle and
tried to paste on a clipping with his
stub pen. "ves. the jresit fin If. nf
newspaper contributors is carelessness
indeed, he continued, as he dropped
the cony he had been writing into the
waste basket, and marked "Editorial"
across the corner of a poem entitled an
uae to Death, "contributors are ter
rililir nnralno V... 1 J I.
ed,' said he, as he clipped a column of
rasnion items and labeled them "Farm
Notes, "to see the slio-shod writing
thatcoraes into this editorial sanrtum
Misspelled, unpuuetutated. written nn
both sides of the sheet, illegible, un-
iiniuvii.ii siuu. voninoucors sirp
ternbly careless. They are just then
the ofhee boy camein.in that dictatorial
and autocratic manner he has, and
demanded more con v. and th di'frr
handed him the love-letter he had just
written his girl, and as he had forgot-
ten wiiat he had been talk imr nh.nf
. -. . n
went on witn nis work.
a. -.il. . - -a "'i
Nearing the Point.
Anxious mother "Has Mr. Bashful
Daughter "Not exictly; but List
ening, when I was hold-nc? litrh
Willie on mv Ian. Mr. B.ishful went f.7.
the piano and sang: 'Would I were a
We Tell Yen Plainly
that Simmon' Liver Iterator will rid on
of. Dvnensin. Ilcadaelie. C
Lil!i.)UMies.. It will break np chills nnd
fever and pa-vent their return, and in
complete antidote for all malaria! poion
y-1 entirely rree intm quinine or aloirie'.
fry it, and toa will be astonished ut tlw
ood results :' the genuine Siminoa- Livei
. 4 lu Europe It ia curt unary to lets re
rlsiting cards on the grave of pocta.
This seems stnvngo, when it is know a
that the occupants of the graves" aro
always t home. X Q. tictiyunc.
s-lt ttay bo doubtol whether the
practice of chewing gum has an Injuri
ous effect oa the yes : Of the giua.
Xihewer, but it hurls the eyes of 'other
people. Sovtertiltt Jonrnnk
j Lincofn County, tteorgia reluire.i
on the average only A day and n half of
court. At the last session the Only
prisoner who has besn in jail in tho
county for several years was let go on
his own recognizance, the! prosecutor
failing to appear I .
Statistics lately published in Kn
eland show that the world has 700
Croesuses worth fo.000.000 or over, bf
whom 2C0 reside iu England, 100 in the
United States. 100 in Germany, 75 in
France, 50 in Russia, 50 ia India and
125 in other countries.
-There Is anew higEwircast. Two
men starting from different ends of a
slack wire meet and pass each other,
going by on waltz step. A woman
actually dances on the wire, and a man
trots across it with & companion up
right on his shoulders.
A lady caw it driver, angry with
his horses for some fancied offense,
about to lash thorn severely. Sho in
terrupted him by inquiring tho way to
a certain : street, to a certain man's
house, both of which she know very
welL But the driver, too gallant not
to answer the lady's questions, had op
portunity for his tomper to cool, and
restored the whip to itj socket without
striking a blow.
Time, twentieth century. Place, at
tho polls. First Female Voter "How
do you do, Mrs. X? Who aro you going
to vote for for governor?' Second Fc
malo Voter "O, I have not decided
yet. Tho Republicans have put up Mr.
A. They say he's very popular, and'
sure to be elected. Rut Mr. R, his op
ponent, ho doesn't seem to havo any
friends at all. poor fellow; guess I'll
vote for him." First Female Voter
-So will I." Yankee Blade.
"What will it oot m Undo Ras
tus. to havo my cojp whitewahed?M
"1 kaln't toll yet, sah, till I m ikoi an
estimato ob de size and dimeashuns."
That night tho owner was disturbed by
a loud n 3i:i3 in the hen-cjop. "Hi,
there!" ho shoite.1 from an upper
window, "what are you doing there?" ;
"It's Unc. Rastua." wai tho reply,
"and he's figgerin' on do' size an' di-
menshuns ob de oop." Harper's Ea
"This is tho darndost place I ever
was in," exclaimed the bucolic gentle
man at the theatre. . "I've been look
ing around for the last half-hour and
can't find the door." "Don't you soe
the sign oa that door?" asked tho gen
tlemanly usher. "Exit, that's Latin,
nnd means tho plac.i where you go out."
"Then why in time don't it say so? I
don't know nothing about dead lan
guages., 'i'aus. a feller can't read
Latin, hVs got to burn to death in case
of fire, eh?" Dost it Trissrript.
"Men." said tho captain of the
steamer to tho frightened passengers,
huddled about him. "it is truo we aro
not gaining on the leak, but wo are
only fifteen miles from land, and if
necessary wo can throw overboard'
2.000 tons i of freight to lighten ship.
There is no occasion for alarm. We
havo several hundred casks of rum in
the hold that we can " "No occa
sion for alarm!" oxclaimed a tall Ken
tuckian, turning pale with apprehen
sion. "Captain, do you intend to throw
that rum overboard?'' C.'ii;ago Trib
une. The- average age of locomotives is
about twelve yearsTyet many, through
proper habits of living, taking their
meals regular and avoiding all intoxi
cating boverages attain quite a re
ppectablo old age. Tho oldost run
ning engine in Germany has been on
mo roau since l?$lo, and is conse
quently forty-throo years old; quitd a
Methuselah, in fact. With regard to
its habits ijt has always confined itself
strictly to water, thou j'a it has been
addicted to! smoking all its life. It is
sad to soe a locomotive grown prema
turely old by getting oa trains and run
ning all night, but they arc often met
With in collisions. 7txw Sifting?.
Flagstaff, Me., is an interesting
town for two reasons. It always has a
Miles Stand ish among its citizens, and
tho Standish farm covers the ground
whero Ron edict Arnold encamped on
his Quebec expedition, and whero ho
erected a flagstaff, from whioh the
place received its name. G. W. Stand
ish, one of tho loading men of the
town, is tho only remaining son of
Miles Standish. who was tho eighth
direct descent from Miles Standish. tho
captain of Plymouth. G. W. Stand
Jsh'a only brothor. Miles, died seven
years ago. but ho loft a son Miles, naw
twenty-two years old, and (J. W. has a
son Milesj who is four years old.
Young lady (at dinner, sadly, to
partncr)-"I was forcibly "reminded
yesterday. Mr. Larkius, of tho opening
words of the poem. 'I never loved a
dear gazelle.'" Mr. Larkins (with
interest)"Yes!" Young Lady "Yes;
I was presented with a lovely little
lamb which I tenderly nursod and
cared for through tho summer, and of
which I grew very fonJ. Yesterday
the poor little croaturo broko its leg
2 t . ...... .
ouu fc uccarap necessary 10 Kill it. 1 ve
felt so distress:! over the matter."
Mr. Larkin "It is indeed, Miss Rrown,
truly sad." Young Lady jAh, yes.
Mr, Larkins, and tho piece do resist
ance of to-day'n dinner is all that is
left of my poor little lamb. It nearly
breaks my heart. Won't j you have
a small picco of the crisp fat, Mr. Lar
kins? It is s-tsply delicious." Epoch.
"SSV1'"4 th "eHeIn mast
Tonic, Alterative and
21 o Occasioa te Won'f. :
It was getting lafcs when i&6 -giVl
:'' Yoti took Wdrrfcd hhont something,
, "I an!," .he replied, I have in my
pocket a $30,O0a natkafre of govern
ment bonds which I foolishly forgot to
deposit t6day ahdand aside from
. that, I love yon so devotedly, Miss
jSebernjerhortt, ant afraid to learn my
fate." : :
44 s for the bonds, lir. llarkinton,"
replied the blushing' girl, with a busi
ness air, "papa has a safe in the house;
and regarding the the other matter,
j why why, I think so many of us are
'apt to borrow trouble, Mr. flarkinton."
. tmmt - -
; Decision of Character.
''Gentlemen said the little man at
the club, as he looked at his .watch,
: rose to his feet, and took his hat, "it i
now half-pact nine and I promised my
wife I would be home at ten. In
matters of this kind I am rigid and in
dexable. When my wife asks me to
come at a certain hoar, and I promise
to do so, I am firm as adamant in ful-
i filling that promise. Decision of char-
acter, gentlemen, he continued, as he
thoughtfully rubbed a large tiiant
lar-shaped lump over his left ear, "i;
indispensable to any man who expect
to hold his position as head of th.
family. Gentlemen, good evening."
mmm in :
A letter from Mr. J. W. Rnby, Unioi.
City. Ind., says: "I Ifave used you;
"Clakke's Extract op Flax (Papilion)
"Couth Cure and find it a complete t un
"for deep seated colds. It lias don? ino:
lhan to ofiur most skillful physicians
4My Htildrtn hud the Whooping Coul
4and with the aid of jour Couh Cure,
'they had it very li Jit compared with tin;
''neighbors' children who did not take it.
' l believe it Jo be the Ix-st cough rure ir
'the market." So it is. A lare bottle
Clarke's Flax SoAr for the Skin. It
leads them all. Pri -v 25 cents. Couuh
Cure nnd Soap for sale by Jno. II. "Enniss
And She "Got."
"Araanthy," said the old ladv from
the bead of the stairs, "what does that
young feller mean by stavin1 s late?"
"Excuse me one moment, Mr. Her
ring," said Amanthy; and she closed
the parlor door softly and whispered
hoarsely up the stairs: "I think he
means business, run; you go to led."
TLIs powder never rarlcs. A marvinf nnr 1 1
strength, and wliolesomenes. More cQnomliu
than t hnnnllnnrv L-ln,I, 1 . . vwuuiiin
... ... u. ..... . MUU.-, ttlTH UUIMItll op sola 111
competition with the mullitut'of low test, shon
ns. Rotal Baking Powder Co..ioe Wall st. N
For sale by Bingham & Co: , Young & Bos
tian, and N. P. Murphy.
Steam, Air and Vacuum Pumps, Vertical and Horizou-
tal of every variety and capacity.
VcRTIGAL PISTCN. fe m m ucnTinai Di iiHnP
EicKmond &rDanyille Railroad.
IN EFFECT Jan. 6, 180
Trains Run By 75 Meridian Timk
SOUTHBOUND ho.. "7HT
Lt. New ork MiiiM U Su I' M
Puiladelplila I to 5.
M Kdltimore S.45 44 4: 44
" Washington 11X4 44 ' 11 J "
CUariotieMllle 3 40-PM 3 AM
" Lynchburu 5 4 44 in"
r. Danville 8 so T . -
Lv. hlelimond SIC 44 ' 4
" Barkcsvllle 6 li -' 4 T 4
Key.s.vUe s 63 " 5rI 4
4 D-iuvlUe 8 50 3. '
vr. Ureensooro 10 5 42 44
v. i.oMsooio 11 IS ts loP M
44 Kul-lgb 4 43 44 'l 45 H
44 Durham 5 56 H la -4 '
r. re i.boro - s Si 44 7
Lv. S.ilem t6 15 " l 44
(Jreensboro 0 a 4 9 s 4'
A r. Salisbury 12 i AM il H
4 Statesulle ! I si U li If M
44 AsUevll., 7 44 I 4 41 44
4 HOCS ilnifS " i 9 20 44 j 8 1 44
l.v. 8a ;uuiy i u 16 44 1 11 23 A M
Ar. aariotte 1 6 44 11 41 1 M
44 3p irumburjr 4 4 44 -3 :7 44
44 .reenvllle & 50 44 4 48 44
vtl;nt n o 40 " .
Lv. Charlotte tit AM j lug Px
Ar. Columbia 30 44 5 10 i44
44 Auguyia 10 ti 44 1 05- 44
Ar. l UarK U
Ar. tiiecul'le --
4 Spait.in' t;g
Lt. Hot Spring
8 50 .
P M j
Xe York I
t Dally, except. Sunday.
Train for !Ul ijfh via CI irksvV Ie le ive Rlc'imoid
dally, exeept Sunday, 3.10 P t KpjhvIIIp. 8.00 P.
M.; ar.lv. sclaiksMl'r, 7.21 P. M.; oxtonl, 8.30 P.
M ; ltend rem. n.so P.M.; aril ves Durham 10.30 rm.
Raleljjh 11.45 p m.
l.-eiurnlne leaves Raleljfh daily, except Surday,
7.00 A.1 M ; Henderson,-! 30 A. M ; Ox font; lo.lo A.
M.; Cl.irkosvtue, 11 n a. m ; Keytvire, 12.41: ar
rives Richmond. P.Ho P. M.
No 51 and 53 connects at l lcJamonJ daily excert
Sunday for e& TolnT. aa 1 Tueslivs, Tliursdays
ind Saturday s for nalUinrr." vl 1 West Point'.
No. 50 and 5-? from West Point h is dnliy connec
tion Richmond wlib No.5o for the Souil.
No. 50 and si errine ts at .ol.1sboro-with trains
to and from Mo:ehead vity and Wilminpinn.
No 5' connts at Greensboro and Selma for
No. connects at Sfima for Wi:so, N C.
Nos. roan i 1 make close connccilon at Tniver
Mt station wiih trains to and from iiiai,el .mil.
except Sucda vs.
On train no 50 and 51. Pullman 3uffet Sleeper
b 'tween u Atlanta and Nw York, Grensboro
and Aug sta. and Grenbboro. Ashcvllle. Lol
springs and Mori 1st ow r, Tenr.
Ou tmlny S2 and 53, Pullman Buffet Sleeper be
tween Washington and New Orleans, via. Montrom
ery; and between Wjshinjton iinrt Augrust t. I:lch
mond and (reensboro, R.ileljh and .reensboro.
andPnilmm Parlor Cars between Salisbury and
Thrcuor'i tl-jeti on 3 lie at Prtn.'lple stitlonf . to
f- 11 iJOll.18.
For rites :ind lnfnrm.ll inn -itviK tn
1 he Comr.any. or to ;i
SOhfiS JAS.IL. TAYLOR,
1 raffle Manager. Gen. Pass. Ace ut.
W. A. TUPK,
1 lv. Pass. Agent, '
HALi I3H, N. C.
D. A. ATWEIiL'S
' HARDWAEB STORE,
Wheic a lull line ofgooos in his line, may
always be found.
THIS PAPER ?nr,,o o"'v, "rriirht'
regular Jiorizontal Piston.
The most simple dprablo and effective
Pump in the market lor Mines, tiuarries,
Refineries, Breweries, Factories, Artesian
wells, Fire duty and general manufacturing
purposes. BSTSend for Catalogue.
TlielS. CAMERON STF1H PUMP WOFKS
Foot or F..wt ;:"i j 'i 1 in. M w y4 1 k.
. IJivision '
Passenger ,Train Stliul
Train No. 62.' - .
West Bound. .
.. ;. i -i
voo a. m.
4 30 p.m.
8 10 p. m.
1 4V a. m.
3 14 .
3 lljum. Greensboro
U S"i a ' m.Tsall.-bnry
1212 noon l.6tatesviue
II .iv ll.IU. U4l4H Da
New ton ,
Hot Spilrgs T
LT. 6 40
11 10 a.m.
6 85i. m.
intiun po.ls -
St. P.iul ,
St.. I ntila 1
8 40 p. m
7 10 a.
. Daily except suxd.ay
; i- .!
1 KA1. KU 18
s 00 a m Leave Aslierllle . .
1025 rr Waynesvnie
2 88pm . Charleston ..
5 05 Jan ens
j 1 a
A.&S. Road. '
Daily except SIX' Day
TRAIN NO 12
3 50 p. m Xeave
? IT . ArrlTe
4 -c .
5 t5 lner,(,4an t,Be Kd I" Kot Srrirf
Panorcan .1 ifKSS
JOS. L. TAYLOR. O. P. a. xulie
- W- A.JVlNBi nx. Ml. f, i
TEST IMS FRUiT
TO YOTJ MY K .ND READEH
TTavc you plantel a bortnteous supnlr
f fruit trees. The Apple lvar
Peach, Cherry, Aj.ricot, IQuiiH-ef The
Grape, Strawberry, iind all mi. ' a.-..
jTible fruit. If no., why not stmLii. vwir
; orders? Que of i..rtres great Llcssiae,
is our great -numbi r of vawHies of fme
ttiuacuve wnoisoiijinrmls. i.
The Cedar Cove . Nurseries
has on the ground about
, ONE MILLION
of beautiful fruit l i oes, vines and plant!
to select from, including "nearly, three
hundred varieties of home acclimated
tested fruits, and at ro k lwttom price
delivered to you at your ncart st railrcad
station freightxhnrgrs paid. -I can plow
every one; who wants to plant a tree.
'c, ui eiraw ueriy plant, etc. -1
have no comparative com pel it ion as lo
extent of grouiuls and desirable nursery
stDtk or quantity I can and
WILL PLEASE YOU.
I have all siz?s of trees desired from a J
foot tree to G alid 7 feet high and stocky.
Priced descriptive catalogue free. Ad
N. W. t If AFT, Prop.,
44:1y Shore, Yadkin county, X. C. "
Caveats, Trade Marks and
obtained. and all other iHUiiutbstn thel'.s Patent
Oince attended to ror Moderatt Fet ' '
ourotnee isopiwjbiu the 1 . 8. Pateut Gfflfe.iH
wecan obtain IMiemsiu lets tiuie than tbcttrt-
Sfna Mode) or drjw inff. xre advitTaS topatMl
ubiiti v rret-of clia;und make thartjtumirt
ejeter iier4 to the Postmaster, the SupM
Money order l lv.. and lo official 01 the t S.Fil
ent office. FGrclrcular.-advlce, tein;s acd rett-r
enws to actual cllefit t In-yxur o n Mate or count
opposite PaUntrOUitt, ,.Vabhh.gt,tl.C.
Oct. 81. 'S3 tf,. z "
WU.rT2Df CTravelin- aud Uril
Siilesflian for Agricultural and JI
chinery specialties- sell to the trade.
State' age, .reference, amount expected
for salary and expenses, Address.
Mon t el u ma, G.
.PSU torv jn jarel U J. H. Z.i:in& t'o.
Carolina Watchman (Salisbury, N.C.)
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