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XIV. THIRL SERIES
8ALISBTIRY. N. C, SEPTEMBER 6, 1883.
Beyond the Mountains.
The Cardlina Watchman, j
t v n'T ISlf ED IN TIIE YEAR 18S2- i Bey the mountains-ah ! beyond
9TAi i invAXCB HftW ftir in faacy gleams
PHICI, ADVASCK. Vallev with ftsUVU
A Noble Habit.
I j .
TIe,tpot- Antltle War,
vill!psvsnt the choleea
The moHt newer Anti
septic agunt which chem
istry has produced.
its use either Internal
ly or externally renders
all it comes in contact
with, pure, mrfrt and clean
. t.iiiit'ti I !ir iiimiuixUuu ui uio-
W lcu.3f rn.inced bylnadent recovers.
t . -
I .f Disease!
WW . 1
I es aa
Tire rallej with its spreading fields.
I The glint of winding streams !
Beyond the purple mountains height
Stray al! out trappy dreams.
Tiiere's always a ri ver to cross,
Always an effort to make,
If there's any tiling good to win,
Any rich prise to take s
Youder's the fruit we crave,
I Youder the eharmiag scene ; .
' But deep and wide, with a troubled tide,
la ataa. tin. flint Lot
mm ww v . . w a i mi w hud wmrnmwm waa.
For the treasures of precious worth
We must patiently dig and dive ;
For the place we long to fill
We must push, and struggle and drive;
And always ana everywhere
i Well find it fn oar onward coarse,
I Thorns for the feet, and trials to meet,
And a difficult river to cross, i
itliat mnny uis- ease genus rausraauu mc
When used on Utcns,
The rougher the way that we take,
The stouter the heart and the nerve ;
The stone's in ear path we break,
Nor e'er from our impulse swerve ;
There are persons
make it sound fane
Tbe Suspender Glrl.
Mew who never wore suspenders
I ii . ihe HAnhniin f v hnr rna iva v timoo si. Tit
ieve. because you know are oaying wmm . - -v, ' -
"... i A .1 a 1. lull th.i. IrianUl t ho 7J i nt .lit iMott A
the habit of telling the posuion. Anu i..j - af,
.1 . (,.l.." cinrv MlWHtt it. nn tlieV Utry ailUlliei m uic wmsiuu was
UU UUt WIUI oivmj "f ! f . . - , , . J Tr .
.... 1 a 11 ... M of iki maiithan lim Hfl Kanrno K mnr
,W .f n nr or to ailtl 1LS ail on aa-uuiu wi ibc "J "T ft-
i.i.u of. "Hpr thev are. sir. snc
t r runi:i k i n r. i - o7tv - w t
Tbe Mayer Impesing Hearty FI
Our readers will probably rem cm -
trvmen, who created a disturbance
1,000,000 POUNDS OF
DRIED FRUIT il
There are others whom you hardly said, with a sisterly (wme other fel-, and then aasulted Policeman Mike
. : at. 1 i wa Unma in tir nrpft v Ilea v, 1 hev trot awnv from the Cttv.
. iiiia ibw a Diaici i viv'Mtv . mm ..-w. r- j j a i
trif- lace, "any and all kinds of suspenders, but the police entered their names on
otiu Of course you'll take a pair. They'll the blue book. Yesterday the two
?istw kw nnanino through their fit yoa soaglj, and if you've been out Kings came into the city, and
.L.lL. WL ab. email factor o'wifirhts they'll brace yon up.
slender bit of news and iad it with lbem three years,
Wear promptly arrested by the police and
they rip, ' carried before the mayor to be tried
elf For the glory w. hope to win,
Widening fircles.j sweetens the parts and Our labors we count no loss ;
These ilNweskenerate promotes tUe rapid form-
. ..lotfi 'inn ti ei ini' !.. imn 1 1 iipiiii ii r irnii.
KIDUW " -V" - i y ru ill V
ird'v'H'- 7,tl7' '
w il b I" i"w defrastatlnf
Sf Kast anl aBvanclne.
I It Pwriffaa
lis follv to pause and murmur
Of the river we have to cross.
the same' sort e Drra-j exposure m a
thkku. Tvpho"? "'"'room.
thkria. TTruutf ' room, cellar, ggg "T
small Polt, Mk4i es-Hiiaevhw atmosphere and
etc. A"StJDf disease and deaOi.
coatapofl; "ITmTj Taken iDtwaany It
MtsaJt4NB Apt K. ' ... o,.. 1. rr.
Lj!i. SfSSotesTSlt is thus that It In-
So, ready to do and to dare,
Should we in our places sta nd,
Fulfilling the Master's will,
Folilling tbe soul's demand ;
For tbeogh as the mountains high
'1 lie billows may rear and toss,
They'll not overwhelm if the Lord's at
One more river to cross.
m ' SB MT x I I I IT 'II. A. . .
added words, and paint it with high tear or stretch come Dacfc-anu uuy ior u.e x..a
j .j: ; u.iv mother oair. Hard stody is making was reviewed, and Mayor Maxwell
ndJ gW' . M. ioiplo-r. yoar'U .l,.u.derl Take . ft ut fine of J40 ul A ...poo
a i5aio., to of these sasweiMlers daily, and you'll the two men. From this decision of
AIIU UUC IIUC9 lll line i m . i ff , . . , .11 I
folks when so ranch must be "allowed walk the waters like a thing of life, the mayor they took an appeal. In
e Lju SuDoose von oerswre but you're too imposing these heavy-fines for resist-
the' niee to thiuk of such a dreadful thing "mg the officers Mayor Maxwell gains
: i:i, .iZlZ. -Jt a in this snsoeiider will not be aflected for himself the applause of ousf ueo-
irUHI III l I UK" ... ( - -Tf - . 1 -
. T7!nl, ...... r f-r)a U'lto v bv it. There is a eeueral wail for pie, ami Irom luture oneiuiers a more
.nd ...anal snob as riirhtlv meaa thete goJd plated silk ones. You wholesome respect for the iMjtstj of
what you wish to say. Kever stretch wont buy suspenders ? Then it must the law. The mayor is determined
a story or fact to make it seem bigger be garters you want. Uloseo, so tne 10 sustain tne iw, aau FFir8
i Strl cri-ttr stnns circulation, induces lame- be his intention to come clown on all
or luiunei. imo, ouu v ..... b r f . - ,u:ia
loaru to trnst you and respect you. neK shortens your days and makes ot 'em like a bag of shortroui a third
ti.: in u uho. iimn hw.ntv a the undertaker blossom as the rose, stary window.
X1IIB Will Mw II- fit I T 11 I f
r... 4ii:.. lfl mAmm Rikt with this natent eucircular the Charles Jetton and lorn bavage,
IlillllC IUI icimiK wiiuii ow. .ww v- r- - . . . i . A. t f tV C A OK U
king foolishly or falsely "funny" step quickens, the eye brightens ana ior an anray, were u o.-
KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN'S!
They have just received anew supply of SUMMER GOODS, which they offer vsrj
cheap, with a full assortment of
Dry Goods, Notions, ClothinG, Furnishing Goods,
SCTToV un-jdlgestlon and Dyspepsia
i ,-,i,t ff it rtpif.iTTsaiirrw.
em niv &y ?yfT-!S5S.ll"A.' ' ASw
u-upti nted as a lotion
i w. (tiw Ht destroys an riwuo-u"
C T.X "' -'- Whlteand transparent as
Wf Sfc-f Both ofthat of a Utile child.
these reftmi-s uc n
Wbl"s preparation of,
of Borac; Acfd 4nd Chlo-
rlne. kiwfwn as 1
Space loesnoi permit us. to name many ot the
uses to ihlch this treat Gerin destroyer Is appuca-
ble. A your irw?si!M. i"i 11 r
i H.f lis iisefutbess. or address
J, H. ZEILIN & CO.,
. . niriT iTW'lDIITl
ICiniifafturlng Chemist, rnn-Ait..
so cents per Jiottle. Pint Bottles,
There are enough true funny things
a general joy takes possession of the Jovbtud-Observer.
community. And this patent, but j
comes in contact! ,
with, pure and I i
Tbe Poor Boys, i
Don't be discouraged because you
are poor. Learn something valuable
every day. Heap up knowledge of all
good and useful things. Be active in
tbe performance of duties, faithful and
true in all you do; and places, and
business, wealth and influence will be
your lot in the world. The Youth's
Companion says :
We owe more to poor children than
we think. Columbus was a poor boy,
often needing more food than he could
get. Luther sting ballads in the street
to get the funds for an education.
Franklin used to buy a role for a
penny and eat it alone. Dr. Living
stone learned Latin from on his loom
while at work. Emily G. Judson
used to rise at two iu the morning
and do the washing for the fatrily.
Gambetla was poor and slept in an
attic. Lucy La'com was a factory
girl. Dr. Holland was poor and a
schoolteacher. Capt. Eids wasbear
fm.t and nennilcss at nine years old.
None of these people have been idle,
their time on street
w ....w r .
corners, or iu -games of cards or bil
liards. They were too busy.
lvi mipiii no in the world, and thev are pardon me a moment
most entertaining when told just ex- "And yon are back again." she
actly as they come to pass. One has beamed on an old gentleman from out
ivpII an id i "Never deceive for the of town, "how many pretty things
sake of foolish jest to excite the laugh- ; you've bought. Let me tie them up off on lim tlf) jo0 f staying in
tor nf n few com minions at the expense ior you. 1 here now you have them. toB and iDfr a COvcrumeut.
"Thank you, miss," smiled the old ,
gentleman. "I'm coming back on ! V en you fret and fume at the pet-
W' . . . ? i i 1 ,. : I 1 ..T I i I', ramam ior t Umt III Urhonla
the 27th to the agricultural snow, anu "f - . -
I'll call to see you, sure," and lie which go around without creaking
Greaham being the "green" mantqf the
Cabinet, the others have contrived to tuck
of a friend."
A young man comes to your church;
he is a perfect stranger to the majority
of those he meets ; his home is tar
away ; his church he has left behind.
He lisleus attentively to the service,
and is pleased and profited by what
e hears. The service over he goes
... . 'i i ..
out. Although many Know mm to
be a stranger, yet no one exleuds the
friendly hand or iu any manner no
tices him. He is somewhat uiscour
shook her hand warmly.
She literally rained good
and eloquence ou the visitors. Courier-Journal.
Charity Among Birds.
A man who puis aside bis religion
because he is going into society re
sembles a person taking oft his shoes
because he is about to walk upon
Their Stock of Family Groceries is large and complete. They still liar the best
Flour, Oat Meal. Meats. Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Rice, Meal, Bran, Shorts,
New Orleans Molasses, Syrups, Pure Lard, &c.
A full assortment of Family Medicines. FRUIT JARS cheap and all kinds.
Table and Qlassware, A Oood Stock. Agents for Coats' Spool Cotto.
Still have a plenty of Five Cents Tinware, fyCome and sec us before you bay o
sell, for we will do yon good. W. W. Taylor, )
July 4th, 1883. D. J. Bostiah, ,wen-
In this city notice was recently! A Maine girl didn't want heij lover
made of a robin that went to a house to name a boat after her, becautec she
to feed one of its young that some didn't desire to read in the papers
feovs had carried oft and placed iu a that "Matildy Slocum is up for repairs,
aced a little homesickness steals over ; cage that was auoweu to uang u u i mauioy oiuvuiu ... t...
him, but he resolves to go there once oors. a hub. imi, u..w .vm.vo sv.aj-, -.v.
m.ire. He goes, with the same result. Carson River, above Dayton, tells of j Northern Chey-
Discouraged, he seeks another sanct- a circumstances still more singu ar i Arapahoes is named Wild
uary where the warm grasp ot tne , ne says a pu.r u. . u,u . ()f the tribe is his
information about he even ,ng u a . . . daughter, ami ahe b known as Miss
invitation to the Dunuay- u a . nenr y p.t r . H,r7 This entirelv wronff. Her
lhe two pair ... 'n-
name shouiu oe ansa rig.
J. R. KEEN,
Salisbury, N. C.
Aleut for PHIENII IRON WORKS,
Engines, Boilers, Saw Mills,
Also, Contractor and Builder
Ja S5, '83. ly
had built tlicir nest.
AS VfELt AS THE INTEREST OF
r -r nr-nf.iH of the Arm of
R. R. CRAWFORD ft CO..
We are aow prepared to supply our
customers with .ill kinds of
Iu addition to the
Bet Selected Stock ot
HARD W A K E iu the
STA T E.
Boat's Boss Corn in Boston.
Capt. R. A. Bust, of Newton, says
theiiickorv Carolinian, is no worse a
farmer Oian a Hotelist. He knows
as well how to raise good corn as to
nrovide trood eatnients
.. f i ; r
He has gatnereu irom m
sent to the Boston Exposition a box
containing 168- ears of corn which
weighed 160 lbs nearly three bush
els. But for filling the box he could
have seut a dozeu or so less and had
all to average one pound each. It is
the Bost Improved Mammoth White,
and beats any com we have seen car
ried about and sent through the mail
at fabulous premium prices.
u - fiu. RnK We have always V
11UI1B w -ww. r " . I
I I 1 - - - l.l.nn 1 ir lIlA
OVUUUII .ww ' w l - .
-i r .1.- .ht.ml. in his we fare, ot bii-ls hatchetl out tneir young
II1CII1 UCIO Ul W.....W . Ill A III . - . . W . I
at once decides his course. The re- , about tne same nine anu an weiii wcu Tlie grealest heat ot tne air in me
suit is a zealous worker is gained by , tor several day, then tne caimros 9nn probably never exceeels 140 ue-
one church and lost bv-tlie other, and j were seen no more, prooaoiy uaviug greas nor the grralest cum oo c
simply because the young men were been shot by some ot the beekeepers gree9 beoW zero. About 13jD le
gocia of Dayton. I grees above and 40 degrees below
Young men and young women of The young catbirds Were evidently zero are tlt extremes for the United
our churches, never let a stranger go starving. When the robins came with 8tates ad very unusal.
away without a notice ; never let that j a worm or other insect tor their young
cJiilline feeling of loneliness come they always alighted on the top rail
over any person in the house of God. j of the fence before hopping down to
It should be your pleasure to make ' their neat. Every time when a robin
-Li ., Iimiiw Trv it and so came the catbirds opened their
CVCt atiaiiit" . w - . , i i
' V ... '. i rr. ' ,i ... l.r,iot nrv llw.i- liiMfl Mllf!
IIIO.Illl, .III UOt niv. il ..v....v. w..-.
made a grent outcry. They were beg
ging to the best of their ability ir
'IM. I.! m.I u Miuluivlatul
i ne rooms n icati-u - , . . . o,
.ti .,,. ...tt..,l ,IT lint o ii' r
the appeal, and begun feeding the is an your me
hungry little catbirds. They did not
do what they had undertaken by Washixoton, August 30-Ex-Chief
halves. Each evening the female Justice Moore, of Texas, died suddenly
robin sat on her own nest and warm- iu this city to day of appoplexy.
ed with her body her own young, I New Orlkans, Aug. 30. The grand
School Books Full Stock, lowest prices.
Writing Paper, Pens and Pencils.
Envelops, Visiting Cards.
Seaside Novels and Monroe's Libiary.
Blank Books, Gold Fens.
Autograph and Photograph Albums.
Wall Paper, Toilet Articles, Perfumery.
Fine Toilet Soap, Combs and Brushes.
Bathing Gloves and Towels.
V. , V J .-"- J r
your reward will be speeily. Zion s
An Iutercstiuir Bible Puzzle.
Athl to the age of Abraham when
ho died the uu roller of foxes Samson
sent into the Philistines' com ; sub
tract the age of Joshua when he died;
bv the number
A young city fellow, dressed in a
faultless suit and a pair of shoes that
tapered into a point in a most mod
em style, was visiting in a rural dis
trict. A bright little boy looked him
all over, until Iub eyes rested ori
those shoes. He looked at Iris own
chubby ftet and then at his visitor's,
and then looking up, said, "Mister,
mi ii ! i i ul v the amount
TrllStZ.iH 7ul L.o.1 r J..U1. bni.nd ed with her body her own young,! New Qrlkans, Aug.
oi uunis mat jw.. - i , ., i , ,. tnixb ... , .. . ... . . .....
number of Wl,u l,,c u,"' ...w - jury in tneir report iugsmi .......
Samson with, and add the
of the catbirds.
measure thnt a crematory be established
1 7.. n.i... i i Ion ini I
ante, mm. I ;IU II V M rill V llll III III'Vll i. .
lik.d.: divide the product I" "','f "V bu'" br(,""' under tl,. direction .f .l,.otacer.fCl...-
L tlie nnnlcr o f king, that went to ' h.tle or.ilian, growmg ..p , Uw-ptfl for th. of b.mi.
Hi e Gideon , add fhe n,m,ber of ftrong and l.v.1, as hoegl. they had of fmm wfco dl. ,f coot...
divide the wee" cwrco ior .i t...w6.. ; gious diaeaae.
. Aj'I.I uniUHe aiw www
bv the number ot loaves
that own larent8
thought there wa. a large dea. wUb Gil- krJ&
goin hi-. d now we begin to . aJd t, gJFJTfSm,
.ceit. was templedjdiv.de the total hy the .. -,K .:, '
S-t . ...I I. - f in. tla note i.w
Hard to Kill.
Mr. David A. Coon, of this county
who is familiarly known as -'Honest
David," is about as hard to kill as a
man general lv eets to be. At the
battle of Gettysburg he was wounded
nn witn ineir own
kind. Virginia City Enterprise.
Boston, August 30. The Boaten house
of Geo. W. Bellow & Co., acknowledged
the correctness of the firm's liabilities nre
between 11,500,1)00 and 2,000,000 iu
stead of $750,000 as first reported.
SrnmTfiv. Pa.. Anmist 30. Tlfe
uv" j j
fi.xo ;., on then nine miiiiites. i
lliuc tiiuca iii i vow ... - -- e - ,
He was shot thrugh the right foot, with. The answer will be the value
th-Ano-h th riirht lew tust above the .ot a coin in cents.
aee ot unrisc wnen e wc i vw
Temple with Hi8 motner ; aua me
number of years Solomon took to
bu.il the Temple; subtract the num
ber of years Solomon took to build
1 iha numlmi
! it in ex livtllL'fk U I 111 -ti ill l" l ill an. , i - .
uwu tyie., 7 . . rv.i V..-U-., ..tnnia bed his .t wkiU Mm tn m wan nine
been deatl when - iw .- - --- - - ,,-
number of audience by suddenly urawing h-i at the rate of thirty nines an uou.
under the table a weapon wnicn ne fn onder Uie wheel and was lustauny
i .1,1 ;,.cf .ran i it trnin ieisre ami
I Ul' I llie wa is
Durino- a recent lecture in London ductor of an excursion train from Scran
before an assembly of army officers tou tw Mouutain Park to-day, put John
11 arms and other ex- itmim. nired 19 vears. who badMatiex
1 li ,IU' n .Vl wj)"J O "
of days Lazarus had
raised to life, and add the
loaves Christ fed the 5,000
DIES A SPECIALTY,
TROPICAL FRUITS IN SEA
SON, PXCOTRB3 4L PICTUKE
PltaMKS. TOYS. DOLLS, V.M'r AM)
GUITARS AND BANJO STRINGS.
44 SAI.ISBI KY, N. C
THAIS, THEY (OMR i
Oar Stcci Constantly RtplBiisliei
UND2R THE FIRM NAME OF
via u m il x mum x.
Wa. J. Plummbr. lone known as the 11
Harnemand Saddle Maker wlio ererdid huxia
new in Suliftbin v, reenn liin toniplimrnt
to old friends mid patron with an invitation,
to call and see a present Flock of new
Ifarnew, Saddles, Collar, Ac. fir warrants
HatufaHiun lo every purchaser of New Stock,
and also hi repair work. Rates aa low aa a
good article will admit of. Call and are.
PLUMMER & MORGAN.
We also handle
Bjifle ai-d Blasting Powder
find a full line ot Mining Supplies.
Duplicate Any Prices in
ankle, through the right tligl twice,
iu the left leg, twice through the left
thigh, iu the left side and in the head,
and was captured. He theu lay in a
grove, near the field, eleven days,
with only an awning atreicnea auuve
him, and then lay three weeks in a
tent before being takeu to a hospital.
Yet he lives and is physically equal
to almost any man iu North Coral iua,
The Nashville American wants to
know "how it would do to elect post
masters by ballot in each oommtioityT"
The immediate occasion for the ques
tion is the immense patronage wield
ed by the Post Office Department at
Wnahino-tnii. and the impossibility of
any one, who does not belong to tlV
dominaut party, gelling a poaiuvn
leU a "oauy a nmit 30. Tbe Cenaol
w. I 1 t 1. . lorirml I II 3ni.iU'-'l
gun. ' it cou.u nt - " ' nnnX United State, at RnmeT.a.
until brought id con.ieci.on w.u. iw -3 - Denertmeht with an
roe of electric one, but .TT; outt. u. Italy be-
it could be wnrKeu wu.i .--- -f. . . , Wnditt-mA.
Mr l'ieiMir. ot tween couiuiucu ir"B
notwithstanding he carries around iu ja t office It will proably be
I. 1 1 a .n.t n I - . 1,1 Itl
his anatomy euougn ieau
shot factory. Lincoln Press.
I the State.
ALL AND SEE US.
Pittsburg Telegraph : "A good pro
rwimial bass ball player flats $1200
r . ...
admitted that as a rule the post omces
nf the eountrv are supplied with good
postmasters, and that the post office
business is conducted systematically
eeel mA iafiietorilv. It is extremely
l.v. -m . .
.1.... ..f,i I It fliA American a 'jlail would
UWUUtlUI wmrm mm n m. .
.7 " . .T. !.L I. tin
a vear. and earns most 01 11 wun ma - th,I nnlitios
1 , , i . ne an ioiiwjw www.
1 . a irnnfi iirpaiiiier una iu nun t , . . . ,
brains. Drain iwhw IO ;
these degenerated days. 111c i'l
nai a sine-;
Oct. 5, l32
the most competent
. . - 1 i i... i..ni.i:
aU,kf have addeil that a slue- v Kveu 11 win- er.. r
' . j i.:Oa lieint-a Miia fa . that ciicutn-
wer 1 ke CMillivan can give mi cauw w.
rr e us-i m,A.mZ 1 ifipfttioiia .tanee would not detemame the elmca
tion oi ins .iiww-w"".. it: - . .. . : :...i;...om
ha all aimatioil. 1MI oiimb w i.iu.nr...-.v
.... , . j
.kleJi I. on ImI a "babv electric
M II I L M mm-omi j
rapidity, its inventor,
manufactured in several countries
w y i e ,i,.0 IvnTAi-n tirpfl ' chines
l.iege, naving a icw .w . eJ gtatet
i m - M heir aii eiirne r i4hii
u"- am nkt III more luuucj m " -" r . .... 1 : l..-;.,o ire irmwn
n,io. , ...eonr ,h. ke average clergyman can .... tV. ' nm w-1 nntnW,.
f " -
104 rounds in two minutes. ".
Fosbery exhibitetl its mode ot ojiera-
tion by means of a small electric ac
cumulator secreted under his vest,
and minute cartridges containing only
nowder and a wad. Various speakers
afterward expressed the opinion that
electricity would again revolutionize
the manufacture ot small arms.
Nearly all the Java coffee consum
ed in this country is produced in the
island of Sumatra by the native, unf
der the supervision of the Dutch
Government, which buys the product
at a low, fixed price, and sells it at
auction cither in Batavia, Padang or
Amsterdam. Some of the plantations
are very large, oue of these compntv
ine over 20,000 acres, upon which,
and Hrah streets. Apply to W
ifriMTof eaSM an'l Fisher Streets.
in half a life time.
aary to tbe Democrat,
rm anccesbful. The trials were severe
The ground being in many places marshy
or stony, hut the result clearly showed
tiu.-,.nrioiitv of the American machines.
Tk.n. m hnt two prizes offered and
4. It V a W vw - - e
both were wou by Americans.
Lonikix, August 30.-The Government
and the Llojde have telegraphed to for
eign "poits wandng veaacla that the re
cent volcanic eruptiou in the Straights ef
Suuda hare rendered navigation of those
waters exceedingly dangerous Twenty
new volcanoes hare apjeared and he
coast line is constantly chanaiug. New
islands have arisen and the old soundings
!..r,r tn lm relieil noon. Three
: iiiv ii i.ti'. x
thonaand persons hare heeu killed in
Bantam, the district of Tanara. and the
-.an.i viUaee of Krataat by these erup-
A Great Water Power
FOR SALE !
The most extraordinary unimproved
Water Power on the Yadkin River is ftr
sale at low figures. It is situate at the head
of the Narrows in Stanly county, 8 mile
from Albemarle, the county seat; 13 miles
from Gold Hill, and about 28 miles Irom
It is one mile from the pubhr
highway leading to Salisbury, from which
road it is easily accessible down to tin
water's edge. The peculiar feature of this
n,niwriv i that it is a natural stone dam
odour a. ix foot head ot
WHICH lunnw ...... ...
available water. The dam runs at an angh
f ., iMmr 20 or 25 dec. uu the river nearl
ll the wav across, raUUHiiy uiuiinMuii
in neigui as i-. iummciitn -n ---shore.
A race of 400 feet in length will add
from 12 to 14 additional feet of head, mak
in the grand power of 18 or 20. There is
any quantity of building stone and alate
of excellent ouality, on the premises, easily
transported by water.
This excellent power may be used for
GRIST AND FLOURING MILLS,
COTTON & WOOLEN FACTORIES,
REDUCTION MILL FOR SULPHU-
rinatPttrr'a Stomach Bitten, b
vitnl nnwer. and raidcrina the nhya
fonctiuna rcgaUr ana active, aaepa na
ay stein In good working order, and pretests
itagainat diaeaae. For conatipation, dys
pepaia and liver eomplaiat aerroaeaeaa,
kidney and rheumatic ail men ta, it ia in
valuable, and it affords a aura defence
aaainet malarial fevere, beeidea re mo ring
all traces of each diaeaae rrom in ayeieni.
For sale by all Druirieists and leaiera
- . . w
TBcrraaea tn populvtae
every day, aa I sales See tt
cor t cT-rreta. Use.
chanta r.r it civ paths bet t
nnti-.:.v of ay cor (ft
U"Tsvr aold. Wrmnfd
rttlJt'Uirr or isoar re
fu .rffd. lVr i!e ir
J. D. aASEILL ouly-a
In pursuance of ajudgment-of the Supe
rior Court of Rowan county, in the ;nca(
proceeding of James P. Trexler and C. 1?.
Stewart, adininistratore of D. A. Miller, ra
Nancy Miller and others, heira-at-law efths
said D. A. Miller, wewiliaellat public out
cry to the highest bidder, at the Court-house
door in Salisbury,
On Monday, the 10th of September, 1883,.
of . the following dcscnlied tract of laau, sit-
r. ....,... ;.,n't l v n,r tin- mines
r- 1 . - l li., t.it-i - .Kin in llnu un rnnn.
Min.,nii.rr. Stanlr. narrs oi uaoarrns. . uatcn m r i . ww -..
Rowan and Davidson tounues in maac u
as c s. 1 .1 . i s a! dftm
a custom mm, ior ine iwwhw a ...
with the great advanUge of being in the
centre of the mining districts named aliove.
The ores within easy reach couki not ue
worked out in a century.
This water power with 10 acres attached
is offerred at $2,500. with the option of
i no ...rea at SJUoOO. The lands are valua
ble for farming purposes; the situation'
i i.i..- ii... uu ir-tv "ikwI. ano rnurcii ann
iiv.ainii. j g. -
ty, Iieing lot No. 4, m the division of the
land of Jehu Foster, Sr., and being the let
assigned to Laura C. Foater. and by her
conveved to D. A- Miller, by deed dated
4th diiv of January. 1883, and dsjy regis
tered in Book 63, page 373 P. ft. office of
Rowan county, containing ftae Hundred
and Forty-three acrea, more or less.
TERMS of Sale One-third cash, one third
in six month-, and the balance in twelre
months. Title retained until the purchase
a a a I . 3 I 1 . . . . 1 . a ..... m. 1. . mmm at 11 i r
school advantages vcrv gooti. ,-erfwiis . notacj v '". "v
wishing further information may address ; deferred payments at the rate ol eight per
.-Watenmnn' Salisbury, or Mr. J. R .Lit- can,, aer annum r w
aiiwmrii. . u. w-'w v "
.. i r t .1. I MnliallAr. 1 .
I Map oi piace iiiriiisiio' w ...... j
Adm'raofD. A. MiVerOmm'mftTiert.
Dated Attg'M 9th, 1883.-4d:4t