jx lint J&perieiiue
,- m mm . II
IirJ, niter : 11 1 o
am nil Mm 2re;tt aunt
II.- ml lfr-if!h:iHt Verdant
, V..r, hint are to I;
ieiid their ftt nitflifc alone witU-their
ftirst-born, a hty vuuHi n w five weeks
..u f . ....,1 Mim r,. lar es are nervous
" ' i . a . a I
a MM. ."-
ami anxious, TH laliy is sernely in
different, and wMly fioii-coiiinuttal as
to the prograjiiiu JmfimvV ufc f(,r
himself. - ..
"What if anything oii.d'PP-n-
ys Mrs. Charles, for the niiiet.-eiielli
: time, as she an I Charles lie down for
t ie nitfht, hut not "in peace to sleep,"
"Oh. l gms hi''!! be all irihf "
Charles. . X
"You have everything where you
can put your hand right ou it i.fc a
"Yes, dear' 1
"The catnip i:i d? of colic, you
"And his tonl fur the night all
"Yes; it's all nnt.
"I wonder if there is alcohol enough
in the spirit l.nnp to last all night?1'
; - "Oil, ves; its full."
"Oh, dear, I don't believe I left his
bottle full of soda and water, and it
must be kept full so as to keep it sweet,
inamma said. Do get up and see."
Charles gets up and finds the bottle
All right. He lies down wearily. Sil
ence for ten minutes.
kCharl-"s, did inamma airrt the nurse
'-pay that his milk should le two-thirds
or three-fourths water? I'm so afraid
I've made a mistake. I've got it writ
ten down some place. Do get up and
It's on a piece of paper in t he left-hand,
umajl drawer of the beaiireau. 1
wouldn't make a mistake about his food
for the world. It might ruin his
jrecioiis little utomach."
Charles reports that Hie milk should
be about -two-thirds water until baby is
about five or six weeks old.
"What if he should have the croup!"
asked Mrs. Charles, with a gasp at
"Babies -of his age don't have croup."
"Are you sure?"'
'Nurse said so."
"Oh, I'm so glad. Hut, oh dear, if
he should have a pi.smf
"I guess he won't.''
4How can you speak so calmly
- about it? 1 should go wild if he did."
At 11 Charlie begins his first nap.
At ltiSShis wife iiki anxiously;
"0 Charles, do you think he's
breathing all right?"
Charles' ear is held over baby's red
and winkled little mouth.
"Why, yes; I feel quite sure."
. "it seemed to me he wasn't, and 1
was so, worried. Charlies Verdant, 1
fthould die if anything should happen
to this baby. Do you think the room
is warm enough? Do get up and look
nt the thermometer.. Babyhood says
j - 1 uci t tiivj 11 uivLi uuu uwiu vr-' i
ihe temperature should not be lessUreat majority of whom are members
than 50 for a young baby
4kIts just 51," says Charles, ns he
stands eiiceloped in a blanket, niht-
Janip in hand, before thermometer
kS,. what time it is."
"Fifteen minutes until twelve."
'He must have his bottle nt twelve
We might as well get up now so as to
give ourselves plenty of time to get 1
ready eareffiiily. Bring in the wnlk
&.) wonder if the milk man does bring
us milk from one cow. Baby nius
not hnve mixed mild."
At precisely twelve o'clock the in
-vitiug looking rubber cap on baby'
h ttle is slipped between his red gums
and Charles drops down merrily
uMwcy!'Ghanes Verdant, von almos
rolled on the baby! Tin so af rain you
Will roll on him ?ome night and kil
him! Such things have happened. Why
doesu t lie take his dinnerr
"He's, asleep, 1 guess."
ikl wonder if he is well? Do bring the
Charles brings the lamp.
"What makes him twitch his month
and wrinkle up his brows like that?"
"Oh, all labies do, I guess."
! don' believe it. 0 Charles,
should n t you go for mamma?" .
"Oh, no dear he's all right."
"Oh, I'm afraid he isn't! Wed
never forgive ourselves if anything
happened to him. You'd Ijetter go for
mam ma" (who lives three miles away).
"Its nothing but a little gripping in
fi!s stom ich f
"01?, the poor, poor, little precious
darling1. Does his own little. turn mick
Jmrt him? Mamma won't let it hint
him the nanghfy, naughty pain!
Charles, get up and warm that catnip
and light the fire in the range, and heat
j-.ii i iii- ii i .
ins naiiei snawi nor, ami op res hi v to
go for mamma and the doctor at. i
uioment's notice! I am so worried
ion nan net tor get unuget up, we
may need her help any moment. Bring
ine the powder !ox and two small and
one surety pin. Light the gas. Look
at the thermometer again. Only 49!
Oo right down and shake up the fur
nace! Don't take your eyes- off the
baby for an instant while I dress."
The gray dawn of the morning finds
Mr. and Mrs. Verdant ami hovering
over the kitchen range. They have
Ihhmi hovering there most of the night.
But one person iu that anxious liouse-
.'hold has slept sweetly and perfectly,
and that person is the baby
A. .vriter in Sciencp s;ivs that whil
ns yet we W ive discihveieil no no way of
avoiding contagion which conies to ns
121 the air, we are just beginning to fiiui
o it the extremely iinnortant fact that
it does not become CDntaininateii with
bacteria unless thejr.axe allowed to dry
llecent investigations, he udds, bate
4 MBoasLratM tm fact tl.at there is
' smaller muiiber of kicteria in the aii
of a well-kept sewer than in that of a
poorly ventilated schoolroom.
Silk from paper pulp is made smooth
au.l .. il iaii4, has about, tl e same elas
ticity is ordinary silk, and is about
t ,vo-tliird us stroHgr
Mecklenburg Times (AUUaee organ,)
fa. Una. ol a lyttlo to. h
in nearly or quite nil the counties in the
- , nmrla ftp mute a I the GOUIlHifS 111 IH
ocate, ailrt ihj single question is
whether the Democratic candidal oi
mio.nents s'.mll be elected. if tliHi.
i&niocrats are in the maj irity in the :
I next Legislature senator w, -
.....t.mlitw Iv be e ectefl his own sue
sjuir: It the Democrats are in the mi-
hn .1 J. Mott or some other
Republican wilt take Senator Vance
pi ice in the U. S. Senate This is the
-ioiple isssue and there can be no evas
ion The National E:ouom'st claims to
Je tne organ of tlie Alliance and that
o.'ganiz ttiou is e. seiitiahy non-partisan.
,i,t n,. tm readini- editorials m recent
numbers of the Ecwuomist could fail ,
- . -i i
to see the very direct ami aggressive
tttitude of that piper in North Carolina
politics. Lf the object of the Econo-
1 mist is not to weaken the democratic
party in theState-tberel y aid in dereat
ihc democratic nominees to the Legisla
ture, we fail to see what the object can
be. Certainly such is the effect of the
teaching of that paper in its recent is
Now the Times betrs to protest. 1 lie
Economist has no right to interfere iu
these matters, It is published lis
Washington, DfC, and though its edi-
tor may have lived in a goou muuy
. . i .i t i ;
daces, lie is not a JNortu uarouniau.
. ii j I
ie has no right to intermeddle witn
niirelv nolitical matters here, nor to
dictate to our people as to the casting
of their votes. He is doing great inju
ry to the Alliance by furnishing a pre
text to its enemies to accuse it of vio-
ating its fundamental principles and
of using indirect and sinister means to
iccompli.sh bad ends. Already the pa-
n in- i MI--L' luisl i i to the A I lance
md which aever ready to pervert
ever ready to pervert!
acts in order to falsely accuse and
brim; odium upon the Alliance are
barging that its members are respon-
sible for the mischief the beonomist is a
loins and are secretly giving aid and
encouragement to that paper, while the I
fart is. not one Alliance man in a hun-
, i m 1 1- -
I red can amnove the course or ine
Economist in resp ct to oui State poli
We venture to say there are not a
U)7.en Democratic candidates for the
egistature in the State who have not
L-en instructed to vote fcr Vance as
been instructed to vote tor Vance I
t.. A.. XT 1, ...
to uo mi. iuw tutrrc uicii iiiv; iu wt
u.t.l d.-r.-Mt-rl V.V...-V word sm.W-
.... i;, t i.i; .i;-fw
' - I
L &n..l,.. V..I.A. fun, ti ill. 1
. M-i 11 Li.m.., 1'... I
reciiy to weaKeu tuese cHiiu.uiiies, iu
thirds of whom i t L'ast, throughotit
the State, are members of the Alliance.
riw. UinAai .11..1 in.j-if -.Do ..fF.wf WK... I
evevernmy he the object, of the Econ-
omistin recent edilonals is either to1
ti.fl n.,.,w.,..(i,. - lb.,
of the Alliance, or else induce them
when elected to be guilty of the dis
graceful, dishonorable and treasonable
conduct of violating their pledge to
the people and tlie instructions of con
ill this State a majority of the Dem
ocratic .nominees for Congress are mem
bers of the Alliance and any disaffec
tion caused from the needless interfer
ence oihe National Economist in the
personal politics of this State will in
evitably strengthen the opposition to
Capt. Alexander and other Congres
sional nominees who are members of
l here can be oo middle 2 round in
this master and no dodging the real
issue, and if we are not much mistak
en the point is about to be reached
w ion p i.L'ii -c2 and h ro -aranc will end
ami niuiuatiou and resentment will
A Lost Opportunity.
He looked so glum and down in the
mouth that the half dozen of us coll
uded that he had lost his wife or met
with some other distressing calamity,
and so, after leaving Elmira, one of the
bovs slid into half of his seat and he
"My frientl, you-nnpear to be ill.
"No, not exactly ill," was the reply.
u Wife -dead?"
"Never hsul one."
"Heard any news.
'If there's anything our crowd can
do lop vou we snail ixj urlad ol the op
i m T f 1 i I T ! 'l 1
" vv ell, nen, l wish yon U ocgin on
me and kick until the last man cant
swing his legs for another lift, for of
nil born fools in Amirica I'm the bit
'Whv, what s the matter ?
"Vre had an accident on this ro.id
ihout three wifks ago, and a lot of u
lost our baggage, We were told to til
our claims, and I've just been down to
get my money.
"Hell, wasn t that all right?
"All rijjtht! Why, iab inv eves, if 1
wasn t fool enough to hand in a true
list of aboutO worth of old duds,
while a neighbor of our n who lost two
pairs-of socks and a box of paper collars
stood up and b!nS .d the railroad out of
74,25, and they even stsked him to
take a drink after he got his money!
That's ine to a dot. I. hain't got no
brain in my head. I can't see through
a fish net.. I'll never know anything
until its kicked lnto-me, and I m ready
to be booted the whole length of York
State and give my onlv pair of susiien-
ders to the last man who lifts me!''
Xetr York Sun.
It is proposed, securing knife blades
to the sterm bearings of steam launches
for the pnqxise of cutting the weeds
as the vessel steams along, with a view
preveiitin j the S2ivw f ro u fo 1' t
Property to the value of $123,000,-
...... 1 fT 1
' ' '"J ''J P in th Vl!.,'1
ww,vv un ,..v....,
pet does at the Missouri lwniteji -
.rv .ivp birth sevtral days ago to
tir- .- -i iiv tunM. w livti
- ju'.)aturai history to be of very rare
Prof Charcot, the French hypnotist,
after a long priod of experimenting,
I'c'a-iti that not more than o.ie ersoii
in 100,000 is subject to the hvpeptice.
If that is true, the possibilities of hy
pnotism, either for good or evil, have
been gr ally over-estiinuUd.
Dr. Flint is footed as saying: "1
hare never known a dyspeptic to recoyei
vigiTiiis health who under ook to live
after a strictly repu a e diet,and I have
never known an instance of o health)
tersou living according to a strictly
dietetic system who d;d not become a
The principal manufactures of
B ston in 1793 consisted of rum, loaf
sugar, beer,sailcloth, cordage, wool and
cotton cards, playing cards, pot and
pearl ashes, paper hanging, hats, plate,
gl.iss, tobacco and chocolate. There
were thirty distilleries, two breweries,
eight sug-ir houses and eleven rope
walks. In the year 1700 the average weight
of fattern steers in the London and Iiv
erpool markets was but 310 pounds.
This, too, at the a verge age of five
years. In 1755 this average weight
was increased to 482 pounds. In 1830
the weight was 050 pounds, more than
double that of 1700. The average
weight of the fattened steer oday is
fourtimes what it was in 1700, only
184 years ago.
But few ner.sous who view a passen-
er tmiti as it jroes thundering past
i1:iVe an i.ie.. that it r presented a. cash
vajlle 0f fr0in $75,000 to 8120,000, but
j : tj,e t se -rhe ordinary exprst-
fl.:ni, rMnreseut,ed from 883.000 to
$0000. The engine and tender are
valued at iz ).ov): the b:;gage car.
1000; the postal car, ?2 )00; the smok
ing ear, S51KK): two ordinary passenger
cars, 1 0.000 each; three palace cars,
15,000. Many of the trains which
pull up to or out from the brand ten-
ir;l uepo ew Y'ork,
i IICIIU UWCMUHUU ui
, . . . . .
Closes ot snorL-signieuiie 111 tiiimicii,
conducted ny rror. rosier, uneciui
. . L i ... i.nin..M .,ft. rvf I 1 1 I 1 m iii nlllllli k1
Ol till? UUIVCinilT II WIMIUIK vini.w v..
llre.thiu. led him to conclude that two
. , ',, , .
olhirs were 111 lar-e number ot
c:lses respo,,suiu, Ao, u. rH,
fouud the patients sunenng irom u
chronic complaint, brought on by i.
,S,UI " M."f "" " .. ....
flow of blooil, which lie triceu to tne
. . .
W collars that were not su die-
iently loose, and parents and teachers
were cautioned to guard against conti
nuing their use. The warning may be
serviceable in similar cases everywhere.
Words of WisioLi.
Generosity terves others better than
Some persons have plenty of genuine
diamond ornaments, but only glass-bead
Truth is a merciless iconoclast.
Why do men have so many creeds
when Unl has but one Heaven?
Few suffer uninvited insult.
You many suspect those persons who
boast of some special virtue of having
secretly the opposite vice
Children and plants turn instinctive-
1 ii I T l - l l
y towards tne ngnt. jjet us emulate
their incip'ent wisdom.
While the unhappy have still hope,
the prosperous tremble with fear. Such
Those who go hunting for trouble
are very pour sportsmen, though they
generally bag tlie game.
Grand thoughls, like orchard tree-,
amount to nothing unless they blossom
and bear fruit, ihe fruit of thought
Children not addicted to fun, bois-
terousness and mischief may grow up
to be respeectable nieinliers of society,
but as children they are failures.
People who are purse-proud sot the
exact mark of their intrinsic value.
For those advanced in years
By all that we circumscribe antici
pationwe exalt fruition, the measure
of which was never yet quite filled.
Submarine life, such as a fish, lob
sters, etc., have the habit at th very
first apprehension of danger of darting
rapidly away and of stopping equally
quick. They seem to understand that
a verv few yards will ret them beyond
- - . -J . ..
the vision of their enemy. 1 he shading
of the water varies from blue to green
ish. Objects at a depth ot thirty feet
take a blue tinge, and at from seventy-
five to ninety feet the light is such a
deep blue that objects of a red shade
it in i
appear black. vv nen one reiurns
quickly to the Surface with his eyes
H.'custonied to the peculiar uude-water
bluish light, the aerial landscape, fol
lowing the laws of contract of colors,
seems reddish. The fact of the blue
r ys of light penetrating so much fur
ther than those of any other color
rends it possible to bring pnotografdi
to aid the submarine explorer in nis
investigation as to the real depth that
1 ht does succeed m making its wav.
A liglii!.ovs built of masoury or
ilAMi'lMrrt 1 w Wlli
that eau atjmd tti lerriHc for of the
seusou uu nauenis ciiu.ii.
Regulate The Soweio.
Cost lve7ies deranges the whole sys
tem ana beg-eta diseases, audi as
- Sick Headache.
Dyspepsia, Fevers, Sidney Diseases,
Bilious Colic, Hclaria, etc
Tutt'a Pills prodnto regular bahlt of
btwly and good dlgosilou, wltnont
h lil oh, mo one can eujoj- good uealtli
PDF AM DUIPfJ.HtJ
Nil sal Passagps,
Allayg Pain and
Heals the Sores
Restores ihe Senss.
f Taste and Smell.
tr?.'Y THE CUBE. AY-PEVE
A pxrtl'lclsfip-illedlnloeacn nostril andlsajjrep
ible. l'rl ;? 5o cm. at UrmfSflsts; oy m ill r "sisteret
. o ots. KLY.BUOTU EltS. 06 Warren St.rNfv York
SALE OP REAL ESTATE
TO MAKE ASSET3.
By virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court of Rowan Count y made in the
special proceeding entitled UJ. C.
Bnnlsh;uv, Administrator of J. S. Sloan
vs. E. J. Bradshaw, Jennie L. Sloan and
others, hcirsat law."
I will sell at public auction at the
Court house door in Salia'mry to the
highest bidder for cash 011 Saturday the
18th day of October, 1890, the following
described real .estate, to wit: One trael
of land situated in Atwcll township sirid
county, .adjoining the lands of S. E.
Sloan, J. C. Sloan, S. J. Sloan and others,
containing twenty-five (25) acres more or
less, the same being lot No. 3 iu the di
vision of the lands of S. A. Sloan de
ceased. D. C. Bradsiiaw,
Sept. 10, 1800. ?tf
SALE OF LAND.
By virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court of Rowan county in the case of T.
J. Hillard, Exr., againsCW. H. Millard
and others. I will sell at public sale at
the Court House door in Salisbury on
Monday the 6th jlay of October, 18iX, a
tract of land in Scotch Irish township,
adjoining the lauds of W. A. Luckey, Jr.
and others. Containing 170 acres more
oi Irss, known as u part of the Kerr
Terms: One third cash, one third in
six months and one third iu twelve
months, with interest on the deferred
payments from day of talc at tight pe
T. J. IIlI.I-.ARD,
Sept. oth 1SD0. Executor.
Clerk Superior Court, J M llorah.
Sheriff, C C Krider.
Register of leels, II N Woodson.
Treasurer, J Sanvl McCubbius.
4ui veyor, i C Arey.
Coroner, 1 A At well.
Comniissioiu rs, T J Sumner chairman,
W L Kiutt., C F linker, Dr L W Cole
man, Cornelius Kestler.
Suji't l'ublie Schools, T C I inn.
Sup't of Health, Dr J .1 Suinmercll.
Overseer of I'oor. A M Drown.
Mayor, J W Rumple.
Clerk, 1) It Julian.
Treasurer, I H Fotist.
Police, U W Price, chief, J F Pace, C
W Pool, H M IJ.u rin-er.
Comiuissioners North want, J A Ken
lle'iiau, D M Miller; South wartl, ) ll
Julian, J A Barrett; East ward, J 15 (Jor
iloii, T A Cou j,henour; West wartl, K .1
Holmes, T C Linn.
Methodist Services every Sunday at
11 n in and (ii pin. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday at OA p in. Jiev T V
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon
at :i o'clock. J W Mauney, sup't.
Presbyterian Services every Sunday
at 11 a in and 8:.'K) p m. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday at 8:.'i0 p in. Kcv J
lv unple, U I), pastor.
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon
it 4 p m. J Kuinple, sup't.
Lutheran Services every Sunday at 11
i m and 7 p in. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday at 7 p in. Ilev Chas li Kin,
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon
at 3 p in. 11 (l Ivizer, sup't.
Episcopal Services every Sunday at 11
i in and tJ::X p m TiTTd Wednesday at G:o()
a. r 1
p m. Kev v J aiuniocn, rector.
Suuiiay school every Sunday afternoon
it 3 ii in. Capt Theo Parker, sup't.
Baptist Services every Sunday morn
ing and nhrh t. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday night. Uev
Sunday school every fcunday at v a. in.
Thos L Swink, sup't.
Catholic Services every second Sun
day at 10A a m and 7 p in. ltev Francis
Sunday school every Sunday at 10 a m.
Y M C A Devotional services at Hall
every Sunday at 10 a in. Business meet
ing first Thursday night in every month.
1 11 roust, pres't.
Fulton Lotlc No 99 A F & AM, meets
every first and tbiru b ndav night in each
month, hi Is JSeuve, V M.
Salisbury Lodge, No 24, K of p, meets
every 1 uesday night. A II Boyden. C C
Salisbury Lodge, No 775, K of JI, meets
every 1st i.nd csd Monday night in each
monch. , Dictator.
Salisbury Council, No 272, Royal Ar
canum, inlets every 2d aud 4th Monday
night in each month. J A Ramsay,
Offiee-hours from 7:"j0 a m to 5::i0 p m
12:30 p ai
; j n Rtnuay P M.
Vorkod z. Charm
Bratlflcld's-Fcmalc Regulator worked
like a charm; improvement leei wonder
ful; cannot uxpres my rratitudc. Wib
every Iswty afflicted w eiM try it. I kuow
t would eure them. Mrs. Lulu A. Lo.
Sprinn Grove, Flu. Write the Brad field
Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga., for fiirther
1 particulars. Sjld by all druggists.
Is herebf given that theBoai-d of Com
missioners for Rowan Contffy at their
mi-elinir held on the 4lh duv of August.
1890, ordered n new Registration of the
Voters of said County for the elections
to be held on Tuesday the 4th day ol
The registration books will be opened
on tlie 22d day of September next, and
wilrbe closed on the-second toatumaj
preceeding said election.
W. L. Kluttz,
H. N. Woodson,
Ans. 11. 1890. 43 tf
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keuil direct to rnvtory. cnciosinB aavemsea
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$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
Fine Calf, II'iry Lnccil Grain and Creed
lion in tlto worm, l.innnnp mi
85.0O OKNUINE HAN D-SEWKJ) MHOS.
S4.00 HAND-SEWKO WKl.T SHOE.
- ma.so I'oi.iCK ai eaemebs shoe.
EXTRA VAt.UK VAUF SHOE.
K.2.r. ft Wi lVOKKINOMKN'S SHOES.
S2.00 ami fll.75 BOVS' SCHOOL SHOES.
All mailt; In Congress, liulton iinil Lace.
$3 & $2 SHOES LAFi8a.
1.75 SHOE FOR MISSES.
Boat Material. Uct Stylo. Host fitting.
W. L. UoukIum. Bro-kton. Sum. Sold by
NEVER CHOKES or
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Has All LATEST IMPROVEMENTS
Including; ttnliaiic '2iooI on Ilruath which In
sures eve-. Bpced. This feature Is peculiar to
this make rf Gin and Is used on no other? Are
i ri.i.v til Ait INTKSiD and Are Delivered
FKEK OI' t AlY.li, 1ST at any R. R. Station or
the landing oi' any Regular Steamboat Line la
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address the Oonoral Southern Agent.
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Passenger Train Schedule.
Elective May 13th, ISScC
Train No. 6i.
Tr. In No. W.
Kit l l.uuud.
li 3o noon
lb us a.m.
2 1U ,
uu a. in.
l uii.i.n ii lila
UuttUuui c -Wauingicn
ii i& a.m.
S 10. p. in. Golbsboro
U'i a.m. imleigh
3 ltf Uurh.ua
3 IS a. m.
H S5 a m. Sailsbury .
Ar it 12 noon Statesvlllc
ii 36 p.m. Catawba
1 11 Hlckory
14 Connelly Springs
8 10 Mordant on
a o tiler. Alpine
8 40 -lttarlon
S 13 -Old Fort
s 8T Hound Knob
4 oo Bbick Mountain
4 31 Aslievllle
l.v. 4 40 Aslieville
ir. 5 09 Alexanders
r. 34 Marsliall
s io not Spring
1 23 ?:
I 16 j
12 46 -jp.m.
12 i ioon
II 40 a. ir..
l o ?5
Lv. 5 40 p; m. llgjSpilrigs
"7 so a. m.
1110 a.m. Indianapolis 4 o -p.m
33 p. m. Chicago s so p. m
1 so St. Paul - s oo p. m.
C4o p.m. st. Iinis poo A.m.
7lo a.m. KsnsasClty 885 p.m.
TRAIN NO IS TRAIN NO 17
s io a m Leave AsherlllP Arr IMp.ff:
.025 Arr Wayncsvllle .... 2 30 -
t 26 p m CharloKton ' io 15ft. m.
5 05 Janotls Leave 7 :o
A. & S. Road.
Dally except SUNDAY
TRAIN NO 12 TRAIN NO 11
3 50 p.m Leave Spartanburg Arilv'8 10 p. m
7 17 Arrive Ilendi-rs.ouUlle 95Sa. m
AslievlHe Leave 8 10
75th meridian Unit1 usto to I'd Springs.
0th .. .. .. west of Hot Springs.
Pullman Sleepeifcbetween Washington & Salisbury
Richmond & (ireensboro
Rnlelgb & (ireen-sboro JL
.. Parlor Cars . Salisbury St Knox Mile
JOS. L. TAYLOR, O. P. A.
W.A. WlNCtr RN. Aet'jfD. P. A
hat is somen
Owe of tho
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uii-Mtat4i, An ! ii M:'!--.n -our
S-. I fi. ii- . : i -tfi I
toN Kl r.lro it h l mIWt
nlv i!hm Him writrf
t n nn ntmt niri i4
the rbanr All rl hr ti in
mm:, i to nnr ftu to
th w h" rail r.ir u-it hi . it
ami ill - aritniMl - 't Tit
p'lMiinir of thi dv.fti nHMif
th" fllflH f ml f th tt
The following rut ri"rv !-l, rinrc f ii r-lii -' J to
About tfie Hftirth part of it. Imlk. It i praad. double tic trie.
co.e, ss larpe as is m.T to . rtrry We will nlMhi.H y..u J....- i .
ran make from 0it : .'.-1(1 Hilar at Ira at, troni the tart,wiik
out experience. Better write at-oiu-v Wr iav all wapevaa rharr a.
Addrc.t, M. ll.Vl.Li. ! 1 t CO.. lluz S, 1'ulilLaXii, M .. K
Caveats, and Trado-Mark obtained, and Pat
ent business coiKlncteJ for Moor rt: i'ttm.
Oui OrriCE is OPPoeirt U.S. PTtMTOrric
and we can secure paloot Utla mm Uian Ummo
remote from Whlntrton.
Send model, drawing or phfrto., with descrip
tion. We adYiae," if "pelcnulrle or not. Ireo tf
charge. Oar foe not duo U!l patent Is ecu red.
A Pawpmlit, MIIov to Obtain Patenta,' with
names of actual c!ier.ti la Jvut gtstc, count, or
town, ecnt fres. Addrow, - -
Opp. Patcnt Office, Wx.sxino.ton, D. C.
OUR MEW I
a soi id
llll Wit. 1.1
nonn is 100. 00. MeiTi
men in th wurld. I Vrf-,..
naickevprr. Warrant od lira vj-.
"""u ""lu nuatiuc cases
Both ladira' aud narl ?t aixa,
rilh irorka and uiii nt
equal value. OsE i-tusoa in
I locality ran secure ou
. lOircth.'r with cm. 1..'
and valuable Hue of Uoiiac holl
as tbe watch, an f !
mmmm. 1 nvsc samples, as well
I.. a 1 . 7 a a..vc HUUU1 UU-1 1 1 t A I Wft VS ft SUltS
iil,rS' ." holda for rear, when once .tarTJd
rMtaoVaii lr ViT "'J" ""Pntoipbt. etc. Atti
aars frT ft? 0 to work for you can
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A HCM E COMPANY
In nil Cities, Towns nrnl
Villagers in flic South.
J. ALLEN BROW
Salisbury ,N. C.
Vacuum Pumps, Vertical and Horizon
tai ot every variety and
Regular Horizontal Piston.
flK " XaMBafcTiaBa'aaW aaEafr"" srTMaC
The most simple, d?rablejand effective
Pump in the market U)v Mines, Quarries,
Rsfineries, Breweries, Factories, Artesian
Fire duty and general manufacturi
purposes. ifcSpbend tor Catalogue.
ft 1 S. CAMERON STEAM PUMP f OR
Foot of East 23hd Street New Xonst.
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mcpiOLil and EaDYille Eailrcal
iu jayioi fb. ie, i
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" in 1 rh a 111
Lv. .S.ru so uiy
Lv. Augufciti ,
A?, t barujie
Lv. Lot Springs
Ar. S lilsLury
Lv. Grt t mbuio
At. Inn li hiu
hAr. i oldbi.oi'o
WEST POINT, RICIIWXD ami R.utlGI
Via Keysvllle, Gyfonl, ar.d 1U1.. , '
S4 & i8
SI A'l IONS
V 1 1 Mm
1 1 ooam
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arrive usftstri lis nja. '
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4.4 p. in. flui:, imikcs ( ofim ( lion iii 1 mi,; i Mil
No i. liMvintr nl 6 p. in. dally, i xeenl MiwU? lor
Oxford, llm.derwn. ai tl all joints 1 1 u. n 0 i
l'.. OIHl H,. at. M. I O: dS.
1'aisxr.K-er.renel.cH inn llucih l-tcoa Wn
IMInl and Kalelgli, fct Keysvllle. i.n Nisriaanta
and 55 ami loa.
Xok 51 and 53 connrt t nt 1 h i rr.d r.d in m fat n
Wot I'iS'lt and U ilUuioir dallv pxeoi.i sumlai
Nm. no and 51 cnnrid ImiI i.olibl 1 ro lth tia'tBa
10 mill from Voiehoacl iliy a led v 1 i,.h,uk.b lal
at Mm tri and notu faveilt vlll'
- ......... ... 1.. in. ;titu i-.iinn
. ...lb 1 1 ccnniii 111 luf r 1 1 I 1 1 (1 III
No. M cnnnrtlH at Selma ror Khih.'n. t
Xos. 5o ami B makeelowconiK i-tion i.t l alfea
Mty Million with trails to uLd m m fluirel U
except SUlldiFJB. 1
On train no 50 and si. Pullmnn UnlTei si.ai.r
iK tween Atlanta r.nt Ni Yotl , IiiinMin .h.o lv
glial and (;reei..sboio via, AiihevlUe 10 .Voirii
town, T nn.
un 1r.11n.- oz unci 3, 1'Hllm.iiv r.rlTf t 'r nirkr
tweeu VKlilntrn nnrl New orleni h vl M ninth
cry; ind nctwevn W.j.Hliln; ion htm iiii.,.;nvb,
l.'l. l ill ilHl find (.srei irtd-O; e If- ' I. -.i .i i:r..uL
Kro. and I etn con H:sli:nton iu-t AKeustn, a4
Pullman Biiffei sieepi-s U twren Varbn rfuaapl
Aifi-itic and I'ot sprtnvu.
Thro srU tickets 011 s ileal pUnci.inlst ilflat, it
all s, .in s.
Kor rat o;nil Information, apidj toany aLfbtrt
the Pom r ai:sor lo
SOI. HA AS, J AS. L. TAYLOR,
'1 r .111'' Matiajrer. (;t.n. Vu. Ami
W. A. TURK,
If A l.t Kill, N.C.
TTTS PAPl?Tf may 1k fourvl n flloidiisv
AjlvortlRfttK Uunau(10 Spruw St.). uli. -. mi v. tisla
.utra. 1m niav K invn for it IX NEW YOKIU
WM. C. L'OART
IN, Resident Agent,
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