ae Gttj There Sh stDer Same."
BV i A 'COB 8T..r
OMt JEop wrote a falle vonec
IViio w.v,Ir ii ilheru.vus racing,
Vucai always iiiul me ilherr;
Iiu a irioi-m ract-d mit linn,
Unii sitopel hees l.-etlle gae,
HjmI say, "K fi 1oimI bet-n o shry
I geU dhere shu-ii "der SAine!"
Dot vas de cases cfery vhcre.
In bolidjcs uini trade,
By hernial alion oifder brow
Yon how soochsess vas' made.
A man Hoinednne may ".sluhike it rick,"
Und get reuown aud faraf
Bu.H dot hcrsliiratioii feller, too,
He gets dliere shQat der same
Der RirUlot makes goot -becskit,
Und can votth mid iron ding-",
Mype dou'd be no loiely
A dot girl init diatoml t rings,
Budt hen a wile vas vaiited,
Who van id dots to blame,
Kef dot girl midout her shewcls
Should get dliere bfcust the saint?
Per man dot leafes hees beesnis
Und hang ronndt oucket shops,"'
To make dvU loij.ir oudt off you,
Yuen urain und oil hck drops,
Iay k away from dlierr somediuie
Atoocb Inxirer as he came,
"Der mills of God grind shlowly"
Budtdhey gets itnere sbust der same.
Ihen ncfer mindt dhose mushroom
Pot shring oup in a day,
phoe reputations dhey vas made
Jv vork, und not by Way;
Shunt poot your Bhouidcr to der vheel
Eef vou vould via a name
Uud eef der Vhite House vants you
You'll get dherc shust der same!
Sunning a Newspaper.
It had leen Hie dream of my life to
own, edit and publish a newspaper,
j was net particular as to whether it
was a dany, weekly or monthly; I
Hmpyjcpanted to run it, and try ray
1 ;l Hi I sitmoldiri!? nuilic reiitinient. us
my grandfather had done before nie.
Ue was a good editor and ran a weekly
newspaper as long as his creditors
would leHiim, and at last he died of
Jiis dehts. The sheriff gave Tiim an obit
liary of which any editor might-W
Well, when I had ?avelup six dol
Jarsnir opportunity came. A friend or
mine who owned a hand-press and a
lox of type offered to trade the outfit
jor niy watch and sixty dollars. The
watch was an old Waterbuny, so it did
rot take long to wind np the business,
nnd 1 soon found niyselt in full charge
of a nourishing country newspaper?
With great pride 1 prepared my sa
lutatory, but while 1 was in theatt of
putting the finishing touch to it, and
jind just iienjtfd the usual words: Wi
llie here and here to stay, a prospective
iliseriher stalked into the sanctum,
it id sealing himself calmly upon the
e Ktorial desk, said :
" That's vour salutator, is it? Now
vovfre a stranger here, and may be
V ui'd like a few hints as to what the
lis iple w i:it? W -11, I'm y 13 niiti to
lve em to you. .Liei see wtiat you ve
wrote. t lief e.-
He suited tlia action to the word and
took the editorial form my reluctant
' It won t do,"' lie said, when he had
1 ibored through my ponderous sen-
T iiees. " I see Von dmt understand
t'lis people very well. . You know
there's more Bibtists in this coiuuiuu-
itv Hitm Mmm i Mitlroilir. 1 11 f:wf
ive just rule things, and if you don't
put in a goml word for the Baptists
vou're a ruined man. By the way,!
lie continued, mistaking one of my red
hlippers for a spittoon and flooding it
with to'jac.i j lice, " what churoli do
ynn Wlong to any how?"'
I was almost afraid to lell him, but
1 ventured to hint that I had n learn
ing toward the Meihodists.
"Keep it quiet," he said, almost in a
whisper, "for the Methodieis ain't no
where around these diggin's. They
oiily have preachin' once a month, and
I hey ain't got but one man on the
jown council, whil the Baptists is got
me major, four aldeniTsnoae express
ngent and two telegraph operators. 0.
we're in the lead, 1 tell you; so you'd
lietter keep your weather eye open, ar.d
lo k to your interest. That's all I've
got to say."
And he left me to my sad reflection.
But 1 was not left entirely alone for.
ere the foosteps of my Baptist friend
had died into an echo, a tall, sHm man.
wearing a uerveous smile aud a pair
of spectacles entered and tip-toed toward
- I stw old Jenkins comeing out just
now." he explained, as he sat doyti on
jny ink bottle, u and I'll bet I kiuur
Vhii he was up tu. He w;rs trying to
iell voudio.v to run the paper now,
ivaftii t he.J
1 admitted that this language had
impressed me in that way.
vRont mind a w vrd ha siys" said
ray new adviser, lie's crazy on the
subject of religion, and don't know
li4t he is t t!kiu 'al)oa. W.i it yoa
wan't t do is to praise up the presbv
terian. They're retthnr slr.iiter sind
w j try
n n ;er every day going to build a
- )riek church and a public school next
week, and lx'for; six months is out
they'd be in full control of the town.
T ike any word ior it, if you wan'tyour
. xvmit ytir paper to succeed, you will
have fi give the presbyterians a show
ing. And that's all I've got to say."
1 heaved a deep sigdt -jf relief as he
vaniiheil through the door, which I
wus-nTHiut to lock after him when an
ild m in wearing the look of the Afrb-
pdist preacher, pushed his way in.
llow is it with you, Imdl.er? he
its.ieJ, shaking b aiuls Jieartilv, as he
plumped down in the only chair in the
i told din) it was not as well jis it
in ght ie, but that J hojxd to pull
" Vo.ll never do it," said h by lis
ten ing' to them Baptists and nrsbvfe-
1 hey :ire irxm loruu tuis town.
but iv go,.. &t up a levtvali
w,uch v i I swoop via from ib- f.iee of
t.ie e;.rt t. ! ;
"Not exeat I v, ir'
"Not very much.sir.
"Win, God bless us, brother," heex
elaimed, as he jnmpeil up and grasped
niv hand, "you're a Mclhodist, ain't
r told -him no, hot that I had once
fallen from grace, and that 1 supposed
that was the next thing to it.
"Dont worry over it," he said smooth
ing! v, and giving me a ship on the
back whieh set me tocoughin'. "Vou
ain't the first man that ever fell from
grace. Ijut wo ar going to throw the
props around you and keep you up.
Now, I'm going to git right down here
and prav for vou right, on this floor,
which a'n't hen swept in ten vears
nnd I want you to git down with me."
It was, in vain that I told him I was
in a big hurry and would rather wait
till dark. -He would take no denial,
and in a second he had started a revival
in that office which would have done
credit to a first-chiss eamp-meetig. He
had warned me beiWrelnmd that he
would remain upon his knees until I
was converted, and I naturally decided
that my ease was hope'ss. As the
good old man praved for my salvation
he beat the air wildly with his hands,
and as I was in the air myself, I came
i:i for a good share of the beating. He
followed tne all over the room in the
ngonv of his plea, now knocking my !
i.' i : t 1 1 ,. ,-.....,: I
IjeMll aga.lisi- un- inin iumii mmmm. ui
jostling ipv brenst with a severe-blow
in the nnbs, just to onijihasize his
words. Sometimes I would hit the
wall hard, but he only shouted the
louder when this occurcd.
We were both perspiring freely with
the exercise; his paper collar had melted
md run down his back, and niv cellu-
oid cuffs had caught fire five times.
One or the other had to weaked, and I
felt that he other was myself.
"Brother!1 he shouted in desperation,
is the work done vet? Do vou feel
I w:is tiliont to tell him that T had
spent the last cent 1 had. and left no
change at all,, but I know he wouldn't
let, me up on tiiat. aud so I told him
ves. that I was a changed man.
"Where do you feel it?" lie asked, as
he paused for heath.
" In my back and side." I answered.
"In fact it's all over mef
lie gnve a shout that shook the
building, rose-to his feet, told me that
I was a sinner saved by grace, mopped
his brow in the otHce towel, said to me
that he would call on nie to lead the
meeting that night and went forth re
joicing. Then I sat down to my desk again,
weak nnd heiniess. and wrote m own
obituary; and when I recovered from
the sjiell of sickness which ensued, I
sold my p.iper trt the Baptists for seventy-five
dollars and hired out toa heat lien
HI ll IllLi l l .-MIJII-. 1' . JJ. Oliill-
ton, in Atlanta Constitution. T
Woai2a Shauld Heed.
Here is something I jmt from niv
family physician which 1 really think
every woman should know. Von:en
who sit wit their les crossed to sew or
read or to hold the baby, are not aware
that they inviting serious phvsieials
ailments, but it is true, nevertheless.
Ylien a man crosses his le he places
ihe ankle of one limb across Ihe knee
of the other, and rests it lightly there.
A woman more m idest and restricted
in her movements, jests the entire
weight of one limb of the upper part
of the other and this pressure upon the
sensitive never and choid , if indulged
in for eontinned lengthf of time, as is
often done by ladies who sew or em
broider, will produce disease. Sciat;eo
neuralgia and t!ie.i siuious I roubles
frequently result from t Ins simple case.
The nusc'.e and nerves in the upper
portion of a woman's legs arc extremely
sensitive, ndd much of her whole phvs
ical structure can become dernngod if
they aVeovertaxed in the manner re
ferred to. Courier Journal.
The re-nomination of Congressman
Henderson we take to be evidence of
an awakening on the part of the peo
to the fact, to which tliev have too
long been inadvertent, that ability in
Washington courts for nothing with
out length of service. Everything
there goes by seniority. Manv men
of very moderate ability reach positions
of commanding influence in Congress
purely by reason of long service there
with its necessarily attendant familiar
ltv witn usa;e. nrecedent n:i,l miKtln
affairs a familiarity which nothing
b it actual service can supply. The
fjirJJier away oar people get from the
idea that a sent in Congress is merely
a-persoual reward bestowed
popular favorite, the less lieadful i
Ix'cinie of the crv -Rotation in oflifc-f
-the crv of the man who is out--the
liettor they will he represented " Hrni.
i'iess; tne better will their public busi-
.i t . . -
ueiix; iiuena to.- Landmark
Care for tin Boy.
IYiHH it. 4 I. 1 t t 1 1
commuuitr. earninr L,.nu l; :
""it in tut' I IP IT -niiin in i-..-
m:.v , i,;,. ull l ","'"
... . rHtceiy tnoiiiilit
ot ly any one but a mother." vet who
nas a tinman t intellect and whom Ihn
world will some day flight to honor
It need not be said that such was the
earlier advantaos (,f Cobmih..
explorer of Clay, the statesman, of
Jacob Astor. tlie money prince,
because a Uv is ragged do not cast him
aside but help him to fight the battles
of life and when he has gamed the
vu tory he will reward vou with his
aou nuance ot "ooil will He
t,.. ii. iatr IlilV Ot
I like a neileered iexvol th- ...ii-.;
r -."! v'.nen. tne
dust has fn rulArf wiU shl
mth a bnYlkmrv that will si.pi,jie the
nrorfd. C-rncurd Standard
Candidate Hewland Conies Down from
a Singular Cause.
The question of the Solieitnrship is
not. in satisfactory shape and Mr. Now
land has tendered the Democratic
nomination U Mr. Couitcill. It will
be ritrcn.lfiid that Mr. Kwh:nd
received 85 2-5 votes and Mr. (ouncill
Hi 3-5 votes, giving Mr. Newland a
majority of four-fiths of a vote.
Mcuowell cast 22 votes for Mr. New
land, lint was only entitled to cast 2
votes, Under that schedule Mr. Conn
eill would have been nominated by
1-15 vote. The mistake was not dis
covered until after the adjournment
of the convention and the departtt e
from Morgan! on of the delegates. As
soon as Mr. Newland learned these
facts,he promptly and honorably tender
ed the nomination to Mr. Council!, who
we ate informed, declined to receive it
unless tendered by the Executive Com
mittee. It is now for the committee
to decide whether it will act directly
or call a new convention.
Solicitor Councill is a brother of Dr.
J. B. Council!, of Salisbury.
Supporting the Press
Seeds," inquired the president
of the agricultural fair, "has the edi
tor of the Jayville Bmwer ptiblisoed
the notices you have sent him from
time to time about our next exhibit
" Yes. sir," answered the secretary.
"Did he print that column and iT
half abt nt the improvements in nice
tin k s i f! i -itM j 1 1 ? y
" He did, and called attention to it
in a double-leaded editorial."
"Then send him a complimentary
ticket, not transferable, good for one
person and tell him to keep on whoop
ing things up lively."
Mr. Carnegie draws his princely in
come from his protected iron work in
this country and spends it in England
and Scotland where he finds living
more congenial to his state than in
this country. He has built another
castle in Scotland, and announces
that lie will spend more of his time
over there. His income from his pro
tected iron worksin I his country is about
$1,500,000 a year. He can spend his
time and money where he pleases.
One nite reason whi every lxnldy
likes t lie Fulls ov Ni:irra so mutcli
iz be k a use no one kan
make one like
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Brail fielu" Female Regulator worked
like a char in; improvement been wonder
ful; cannot express my gratitude. Wish
every lady afflicted would try it. I know
t would eurc llietn. .Mrs. Lulu A. Lox(;.
Sprins Grove, Fla. Write the Bradtield
Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga., for further
particulars. Sold Uy all drurgij-ts.
CO UXTY CO rE LWM EST.
Clerk Superior Court, J I Honvh.
Sheriff. C C Krider.
Register of Deeds, UN Woodson.
Treasurer, J Saml MeCubbins.
Surveyor, B C Arey.
Coroner, I) A At we! I.
Commi.ssioners, T J Sumner ehafrmai).
W L Kluttz, C F llaker, Dr L W Cole
man, Cornelius Kestler.
Supt Public Schools, T C Linn.
Sun't of Health, Dr J J Sumuierell.
Overseer of Poor, A 31 Drown.
Mayor, J W Rumple.
Clerk, I R Julian.
Treasurer, I H Foust.
Police. R V Price, chief, J F Pace, C
W Pool, R M liarrin-cr.
Commissioners North ward, J A Ren
illcnian, D M Miller; South ward, ) R
Julian. J A Barred; Fast ward, J 11 Uor
don, T A Cou'unour; West ward, R J
Holmes, T C Linn.
Methodist Services every Sunday at
1 1 a m and p in. Prayer meet in
every Wednesday at Gi p in. Kev T W
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon
at o o'clock. J W Mauncy, sup't.
I'rcshyterian Services every Sunday
at 11 a m and S:Uo p m. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday at 8:30 p m. Kev J
Rumple, D i, pastor.
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon
at 4 p in. J Rumple, sup't.
Lutheran Services cverv Sundnvat 11 !
a m aud 7 p m. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday at 7 p m." Rev Chas B Kin,
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon
at 3 p in. R G Kizer, sup't.
Episcopal Services everv Sundnvat 11
t m and G:30 p ni and Wednesday at G:c0
in. Rev t J Murdoch, rector.
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon
it 3 p m. Capt Theo Parker,siip't.
Baptist Services everv Sunday morn
ing ami nijrut. Praver meeting: everv
Wednesday night. Rev -
Sundiiy school every Sunday at 91 a.m.
Thos Li Swiuk, suj't.
Catholic Services every second Sun
day at 10 a m and 7 p ra. Rev Francis
Sunday school every Sunday at 10 a ni.
Y M C A Devotional services. at Hall
every Sundav at 10 a in. Business meet-
H iurA1 Tbnwday- uight in every mouth.
1 - " -
1 11 s irM t.
Fulton Lodge Xo Oi) A F & AM, meets
every tirst and thud Frulav night in each
month. E 15 Xeave, W L
Salisbury Lodge, Xo 24. K of P, meets
every Tuesday night. A H Bovden, C C.
Salisbury IxMlge, Xo 770, K of Jf, meets
every 1st r.nd 3d Monday night in each
month. , Dictator.
Salisbury Council, Xo 27'J, lloyal Ar
canum, meets every 2d and 4th Monday
night iu each month. J A Ramsav,
Office hour ?rom 7:30 ,
' Mone onler hour ! :l m
, anday hours ! a u
i J U Uam.-.iv. V M,
OlTice hours from 7:-10 a m to .::0 n m.
r a k
to ) p m.
m to 12:30 p m
A century of progro? has net produced
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entarrh, coM in the head ind haj fever. L
It is not a liquid or a snuti, nut is per
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cures the worst cas s.
Don't say there is no help for catarrh,
hay fever and; cold, in the head, since
thousands testify that Ely's Crc.un lialm
has entirely cured them. It supersedes
the dangerous use of liquids aud snutl's.
It is easily applied into the nostrils and
gives relief at onee.
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There need be no trouble in iden
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forms. The hairy trunk will often
serve us, but there are two other fea
tures which are of much more value.
First, let us remember, that its leaves
are always grouied in threes, whatever
the outlines of their more or less wavy
margius. In same sections the plant
is always called the "three leaved ivy."
And this naturally leads nie to a con
sideration of that other vine with sim
ilar habits, which is commonly known
in the same localities as the " five
leaved ivy." This is the Atupelopais
qninxefiAm (five leaves), also called
V irginia ceeper. and woodbine. This
is one of the most beautiful native
elimders. It is allied to the grape vine,
i perfectly harmless, but is often de
stroyed under the impression that it is
the ' poison-ivy." Four things r.eud in
be committed to, memory, to issue safe
ty asrainstotir noisoii-suiuachs: l.The
three-leaved ivy is dangerous. 2. Tin
tive-lqgvae is harmless. 6. 1 he poison
sumachs have white berries. 4. No red-
berried sum ich is poisonns. Both the
poison-ivv and poison sumach, though
unlike in appearance oi folige, have
similar white berries growing in small,
slender clusters from the evils of the
I T II it. 1 i 1
loaves. in all otlier suaiaetis llie
bdories are red and in close bunches at
the end of the branches; and far from
liHino d:ii!riro!is Ul :l 1 r ssr v- i loci lit'
acid, which is most agreeable to th
1 t ! tf '.II '
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NEVER CHOKE3 or
BREAKS THE ROLL
Has A!l LATEST IMPROVEMENTS
tDcludmg BaUurr V on Itrubb which ic
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this n-.ak j of Gin ann is usbd on no other. Are
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r'KKI . OI' ::e.1 i: i at e.ny R. R. Station or
the landing oi" any Rag-alar Steamboat Line la
the SouUi. If we have no Agent near you,
address the Genera: Southern Agent.
t - - -
.v.j-ht paid, ially
-. Zt?':.r. Z'.Vm Irra I i la ll
. . i.. ..c . 1 A - ltiata ' . a-.'t .a.Ia. Tax.
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! I I 1 I I L t
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Orders Ivy mail solicited and prompt
ly attendetl to.
J. M. PATTON, Jr.,
Salisbury, N. C.
Tboon to smokees
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Use the Tine Needle Cigars for a de
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pleasant ellect, and by the introduction
of pine needle the nicotine or poisonous
properties of tobacco arc destroyed, not
only rendering their use free from injury,
but with positive benefit to the consumer.
For sale by the following dealers in
Salisbury: O. W. Smith, C. J. Kestler,
W. L. Young, D. Hanline, L. Ed. Heilig.
J. II. Euniss, E. C. Miller, C. II. Swiuk,
J. W. Harris, J. R. Smith, also at St.
James hotel. S. F. HARRELL,
Greensboro, N. C. Southern Agent.
Slalf f Xurlli L'aroliua, la Office ci-rk
ROWAN COUNTY. ) Superior Court.
Notice is hereby given of the incorpo
ration of the Connelly Springs Company:
that the names of ihe incorporators are
S. II. Wiley, W. S.nithdeal, John White
head, Theo. F. Kluttz, Chas. Trice, A. B.
Andrews, N. B. McCanlos, R.J. Holmes,
Lee S. Overman, W. C. Black iner. Kerr
Craisc T. C. Linn, aud W. C. Cotigh
enour, and such others as they may as
sociatc with them; that the principal
place of business shall be in Connelly
Springs, N. C, and its general purpose
and business is to conjunct, operate and
manage a hotel and watering place for
the accommodation of such persons as
usually patronize the same as a summer
and winter resort ; that the duration of
the corporation shall be thirty years;
the capital stock is fifty thousand dollars,
divided in live hundred .-h ires of the par
value one hundred dollars.
,i7: t J. M. HORAH, C. S. C.
iCERRCRAIOE. I.. H. CI.KMXKT
CRA1GE & CLEMENT,
Aftornovs Vt jLj z w
Salisbury, N. C.
Feb. 3nl, 1881
Steam, Air and Vacuum Pumps, Vertical and Horizon
Rlctoifl and DaBTillB Ballroad Go.
AY. N. C. Division
Passenger Train Schedule.
Effective May 13th, 1888.
Tram Nu. it.
TTjln No. 3.
8 IS p. m. GOltteOOro
1 45 a. ui. Uatejgik
x : j Durham
3 u a. in. urwnsboru
Ar 12 12
Kewton 5 51
Connelly 8i)ring8 1 4
Olei. Alpine 4 1
Old Fort " 3 '3
Round Knob , 2 "
Black Mountain 2 0
Ashevllle 1 25
Asheville 1 1"
Marshall 12 W
Hot S.n injfs H 4
1 n ?5
T rro p.m.
St. P Hit
4 M p.m.
s no p. m
3 oo p. m.
oo a. r.i.
p. m. St. Louts
a. in. Ksns:isrity
Dally except SUN DA Y
TRAIN HO IS
S ou.ua Leave Ashevllli...
." Arr Waynrsvllle
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5 05 Jariftls
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A. & S. Road.
Dally exct-pl 8UXDA.Y
TRAIN NO li TRAIN NO 11
3 5op. m Leave Sparinnii rpr Arilvc. 2 K p. in
Tit Arrive Ilrnrtf rwniMlIe 5Sa.B0
Asiuviiif Leave sio
7rih meridian nu.r v.na to l!oi sprir.F.
Sdtli .. .. wet t.t lief Sprlnsrs.
lnIlmanS!eepcrsbetwcra Washington & Salisbury
RIHuuonel i: Orei-nsboro
Knox vllle IiaHnllle
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L. TAYLOR, P.
Salisbury A. Kuoxville
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AtMrp.i.H. HALLE TT i CO.. L:i tSV, rBTCM, il .:!!.
Caveats, and TraJe-Marfcs obtained, ar.d all Pat
ent business conducted for Moderate Fees.
Out officc is Opposite O. S. PATtrtr orricc
aud we can secure parent in less time than taoso
remote from Wahiii!toa.
JSend model, drawing or photo., wit!tae?crip
tion. We advice, if patentable or not free of
charge. Oar fee not due .till parent io f. cored.
A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain PatenW with
names of actual client in your Statu, county, ur
town, sent free. Address,
Opp. Patent Office, Washington. D. C.
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JBc:h ladict' xad pent ctzes,
rtvi-h work, ,-n.t r . . . . 4
fol flae. Ost fEEiosin
rirf?e, torrt!ior with our Urr
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r " . ..uiiMrnoia
, , . s ihe natch, are Tree. All the frojk to
reeii iio to show wliat vie tend you to Ihose who rail toot
.-inc.. j ncsc Mmtnei, a. well
......u. ncijmoorna mow sttout vou ihntalwavs reulu
in vafanbU trade fi.ru. whidi hoUls torv-can when once (Urtad.
and thai l are repaid. We pay all expreu. freipht, etc After
you know all, tf you wouid like to fro to work for us. tou can
ejrn frjtn to UO per week and upwards. Addreaa!
Stinaon A Co., Box Portlaua!, Maine'
In nil Cities. Towns nnrl V,
Villages in I lie South.
e .. ami
J. ALLEN BROWiV, ?sident Agent,
1 Salisbury, N. C.
every variety and
Regular Horizontal Piston.
Tho .most simple, di'rablo-and effective
Pump in the market for Mines, Quarries,
Refineries, Breweries, Factories, Artesian
wells, Fire duty and general mainiiaciturint;
purposes. jo fcc-iul tor Catalogue
At A. S. CAMERON STEAM PUMP WOR
Foot y E.vt Sti:kf.t Nku Yokk,
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By 75 Mkbi liam
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intf leave Uiawl-rson 2Jo p.m.d
arrlvtf! oxforl I.ts n tn.
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4.r. p. m. ilmiy , makes coDTi-i t ion m ,urhsiS
No wtV le.tTlng at C p. in. dally. . v , , 9
oxroitl. lletiersiin. ;udall t olnix nn Hat
t .. nnd U. M. 1-o.i.is. "i.ii.,iu
T'a.ssf nt er i oarlu u:n n 11T--L.1.
Point and Kaleigh, via Kr m ii.," 1 1, ., ,54 Jr.
and 35 and 1j3. -.-mmta
Nos. 51 and 53 connect yf l it l n r n.1 fH-fuM
Wert Point and BalUuHiro dat! t r tt .utMlav.
No. 5o and 51 connect at i.oitisi 010 witi) iriu
to and from Morehead i lt nnd WiUuinctiog iy
at Scltna toand frotn Kai ii villi -
N ) 52 conn cis at ( ; n-ensbi 1 (nTFajpimat -
No. 53 connef-is Selnm 1 1 Hhhh'x.c. '
Nos. Van I 51. inak oIom- .-.,!. n. , u,n :it Td
sltv station with tRalu.s to and !t m eluiiti iiui
except 8nnda s. "
On train no o and .":. PuiitnTn i:nff xiwpff
tjetween Atlanta an Nt-w Vin t. Danvlileakd Ii
gusta, and Greensboro Mi UhcviUe lotaS
On tr.ilns ."?j.inrl 33 Piiltn.. n ffr, --
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Pullman Kiifft ilt t pi - Ih t w ccb WaaUecitaMg
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