if I hey expect-; to an-
awe nnv; rusiance up u-- - ;v
,1-inic erdiVr' in a monetary) or (3 nan-
i Ta I point m vtew, rnai fHiuii vH.
ninga are not to lc despised, and that
ihevare but tlW; lower rounds of-a
ladder reaching to prcat results it
proper, safeguards and economy are
brought Into play How frequent 'do
our young men. jpcnd for wliat is not
only "of no use, but bring decided dis-.iK-nnfjirre.
The accumulation of raon-
i v, too, is a question more than most
,,'thcrs one of the tmost deceiving
kind. A man frcqunlly almost throw
nway a. few cents not stopping for a
moment (. to think that cIollar.afe
made up of them and" that such small
beginnings the Astors, Vanderbilts,
Goulds- and others of our land awl
the Hothehilds of the old worldbuilt
up their colossal fortunes from the
smallest beginning2. --
The vouiwr-men of North Carolina
o hrlcrlit fiifiirn lie-fore them if
they are ony true to themselves. rv
k-in nC iho ITniorr' ire?ents fairer
z prospects to men of energy and in
dustry : but to mcceed and cope-wtli
lho outside world our voting men
should keen in view the fact thai itis
only by the economical husbaiiding of
small mca ns they can ever ,ex pecs io
-lipwinift.. wealthy or ever? citizens of
moderate competencies. Despise not
nviIL beginnings in the way eithexof
the accomplishment ot lame, Honor or
riches. All first errors are small.
lUnisP them not : they will soon in-
- - i -
pi-ms.' fn birce ones and brinr on cer-
tain i uin. Evening Post. - j Vi
-r: Cotton of All Climes
?. Growing the Same Field.
"I would ride a thousand miles
nny day,'-' said Col. Ben Lockett, the
jrcat cotton planter of Georgia, re
flectively, as he leaned over the plank
-'fence at the exposition grounds yes
terday, "to see this little Held of cot
..ton', and no cotton planter fin; the
Wmtli ought to fail to, tee itas it is
probably a sight that he can never
look on again and which has never
been seen in this country before."
The colonel was lookiug iulo ihej
fieldof cottoncolleted from all parts of
-.1 ii :i : . . :..
me woriti growing as ii is giunu m
its native country and itjyras this that
called forth his enthusiastic praise.
The field is really a marvel of agri
culture. In all enclosure of a very
few acres, where, growing side by side
can be seen every variety of cotton
nlonl ilmf mii br rrrrvn mmn litis
- !'- - b "I
- earth; There is cotton from India,
JrouY '-IJindoostan, irom China, horn
Japan, from Australia, the north
coast of Africa, Brazil, Chili, and the
JSoutli 3ea Islands, the cape of Good
Hope Mexico, Central America,
Bombay, and" every other climate in
which t lie cotton plant has ever been
grown. Each plant preserves its
characteristics admirably, and side by
side may be seen cotton with the per
fectly red flower growing ten feet
Jiigh, and the stalks with perfectly
blue flowers growing less .than two
feet high. There is the queer Chinese
cotton with pinched, contracted look
lhat ; marks everything that comes
from that country ; the Peruvian
cotton with its flowers of indigo and
its: small bolls; the Indian .cotton
with its trophical appearance, but im
perfect fruitage, and all' of them with
their various marks crowned bv a
Jjpwrows of our own, king
all. , 1 he collection of seed for this
ticld was a matter of great painstak
ing and exjense. Mr. S. M, Jnhian,
who had charge of thewuatter, was
months getting correspondents in va
rious quarters Jof the globe that he
cOuld rely upon to send the perfectly
pure and virile specimen of the native
need. The cable dispatches necessary
to reach the merchants in some of the
rcmoteuartcrs of the earth cost over
$5tO(3tTor the simple transmitting of
liisVishcs and the reply thereto. In
every case the seed arrived in time
and ft is-a wonderful tribute to the
climate and soil of Georgia that not
a tangle ''variety failed to sprout and
eome to , tuil maturity r uport ou
soil. The sight" is one that as" Col.
Lockett saiti-XviH probably never be
looked upon in this world again' as it
lias certainly been before, and no visi
tor should tail to see it".
- Cognate to this, and a parLof the
name exhibition aro bales and bags,
and packages of cottOn received from
every : country in which cotton is
handled,, packed, or bales in the man
ner peculiar to each country. This
exhibition of itself is a Avonderful
one, nd shows that while the south
may be ahead of all other sections in
growing cotton that there are older
if not wiser people who know how to
pack jit better.' These two "exhibi
tions" cotton culture and packing
are.alone worth the trip to the expo
silion. Atlanta Constitution.
The effects of the drought will be
fceHons, but it has beeu greatly-mag-nified
by speculators who wanted to
advance prices. The Department at
AVashington reports that it is worse
jn, North and South Carolina than
elsewhere, and we know that many
portions of our State there will be as
tine crops'as ever. Jn fact, we have
been told that the crops in the" East
ern part of- the State are exceifent,
and that there will be corn enough
made to bread the whole State. There
is no occasion ior a panic, and prices
lia' e gone way beyond what is justi
lied by 4hc rules of suppiy-and de
huui(y We have a plenty ; let us
not be alarmed.-'!! rachshor6 Times.
Col. JliCiiAtipsoN, the largest t-
ton planter in
1 he y. world , ft no vf hi n
' . . . ''
President, f side from rowibg the
staple ( extensively fte mSnasHhtf
infinite details of his busiuess person
ally, even buying the goods that pre
gold to the laborers on his place lrora
fhe stores run pxAheupcrintendenls.
The following account of his plantar
tion from the Constitution will be read
with interest: !
"Col. V. Cj Richardson, the great
Mississippi eotjtonjiing.'is the largest
cottdirplantcr in' the world. This
distinction forjalong time Uelojiged to
the Khedive of Egypt, but Col; Kich
ardson in a crdp of 12,500 Vales took
from the Ejrvptian King the first
place among the cotton , growers of
earth. This crop was tforth nearly
one million dollars, and Col. Rich -
afdson Jias gnojw.n.upto this average
nearly every yfear'sincf. V
Beyond the Tact that he is the larg
ft cotton grower imthe world, there
is no place inj the - fcotn" where the
mere handling! and cultivation ot cot
ton can be studied so well as on his
Vast plantation. Ho has the fields in
which he growls the crop, the factories
in which he makes the iertilizers with
which it is rr6wu. the seed oil mills
in which the peei are manipulated
and oil made, iyarn mills in which the
fiber is spun into thread and a facto
ry with 20,000 spindles, in which the
thread is made into cloth. He has
the processes for making the bulk of
the seed into cake tor stock teed, alter
it has been through the oil mills, and
processes for burning the' hulls, from
the ashes of which fertilizers are made
In fact every process for the culture
or handling ot cotton is gone through
with on the place, and every particle
of the product, except the stalk, is
made to yield to lnui its ultimate
profit. By these thorough aud saga
cious method Col. Richardson has
amassed a tortune, estimated at irom
six to twenty! millions dollars, and
has establislied the fact that there
is no business! that pays better than
growing cotton with free labor aw
manufacturing it nearthe heids in
which it is grown. The time will
soon come when capitalists will imi
tate the example of Col. Richardson
and when his va-. estate will be typ
ical of many similar places through
out the South," . .
The Bites of n Mad Dogr.
Mr. Lewis ; Abernethy, who was
bitten three weeks ajro by a black and
yellow hound which showed every
indication of hydrophobia, was ii; the
city yesterday. An account of the
biting appeared at the time, and it
was stated thjat Mr. Abernethy had
gone to Rutherford county to apply a
mad stone .awucd by a Mr. Edwards
of that county; Ile told a reporter of
the Observer, yesterdav, lhat he had
done so. For about two .and a half
hours after the first application the
stone adltered to the wound, but af
ter that time it would fall off. Mr.
Abernethy does not pretend to say
whether the stone did any good or
not, but he states that he has not felt
the slightest symtomof hydrophobia.
The dvg bit him in two places on the
hand. He held it until his wife cut
it's head off with an axe, and imme
diately set to work to doctor the
wounds. He cut out all the flesh
around them, then burnt the places
with nitric acid, and still not content
again burnt the hand to the bone
with a red hot iron. He thinks the
dog was surely mad, but does not
know whether the cutting, burning
or mad stone did any good. Char.
.So great is tlie influence of a 8we?t
ininded woman on those around her
that it is almost boundless. It is
to her that friends come in seasons
of sorrow ami sickness for help and
comfort one sooth inff touch of her
.kindly hand works wonders in the
! t'll.i n . . ...
levensn cnuu ; a lew words let fall
from her lips ih the ear of a sorrow
ing sister does bitch to raise the load
of grief that is bowing its victim down
to the dust iirahguish. The husband
comes homejworn out with the pressure
of business andlfeeling irritable with
the world in general ; but when he en
ters the cosy sitting room and sees the
blaze af the bright fire, aud meeU his
wife's smiling face, succumb in a mo
ment to the soothing influences which
act as the balm Of Gilead to his woun
ded spirits, thatare wearied with com
batii g with thej stern realities of life
The rough schpol-boy flies in a rage
from the taunts! of his companions to
find solace in his mother's smile ; the
little one, full of grief with its owu
large trouble, finds a heaven of rest on
its mothers breast : and so one' mirht
go oil with instance after instance of
the influence that a sweet-minded wo
man has in thej social life with which
she is connected;. Beauty is an insig
nificant power! when compared with
The Atljutant-General of South
Carolina has directed the .Washington
Light Infantry of Charleston, lo car
ry with them t4 Ybrktown "Col. Wil
liam Washington's battle flag, which
was in 4he cavalry charges of the
battles of the :Cowpens and Eutaw
oprings one hundred years ago, aud
which is believed to be the only revo-
ubtir.iuij umne n:s: now in exis-
tancc. - ' ' .' i '
Third Terra Talk.
There are some renewed sip that
ttte mistAjgoroti efforta are to be
nfaJelo pet Grant on tire track for
1884. The Republican convention of
Maryland yesterday seema- to hare
been run in thisintenest, andv every.
preparation was rcade to. continue the
organization of the party as a third
term' affair- IMs not too early to do
thisi Thel bosser Avha'have schemes
of this kind n band have learned the
importance' of: gettiue them well
along before the people shall have
waked up to their designs, it is in
this wav that'thcy -are so often able
to defeat the known wishes of a ma
jority of the people. It was in this
way that the bosses pi .Pennsylvania,
New York and Illinois were elected
to override the actual sentiment of
the jReptiblican masses last year aud
elect strong Grant delegations to the
National Convention. It is in this
way that the work for .1884 will be
accomplished. BossCreswell,in Mary
land, has merely found it necessary
to take hold firmlyjn. order to catch
up with Boss Cameron, yho has his
State in Uhe third-term line right
along. Tniladelphia lime.
It is worth rememberinsr that nobody en
joys the nicest surroundings if in bad health.
There are roserablc people about .to-aay
with one foot in the grave, when a bottle ot
Parker's Ginger Tonic would do them more
rood than all the doctors and medicines
they have ever tried. See adr.
ALLCOGK'S POROUS PLASTER
A Curative Host in Itself.
Thirty year's experience ha firmly rooted
Alloock' Porous Plaster in public estimation.
Their.- Wonderful adaptability to the varioua
syratoms of dieae is a tuarvel to medical men
of all schools. For nervous persons and luna
tics, one or more applied to the spine produc
ed sleep when opiates, even hydrate of chloral,
had been of little servire. . Now, when one can
not 6leep, it is the common practice to apply
a Plaster to the back. You scarcely touch the
pillow before you are sound asleep.
A llcocks Poroui Plasters hare the cu rati re
effect ol the Spanish fly blisters, yet make no
sore, and never atfeel the kidneys; areconTeni-.
eut for all ages and conditions, usually only
producing a "blush" on the skin, and morecer
tninly curative than liniments or blisters, and
without prostration or pain of the latter.
This is true even in Croup, Quinsy, Pleurisy,
Lunjj; and Throat Affections, and the utility of
this sanitary invention has been warmly wel
comed. They are largely sold in every part of
the world, and it is believed that not less than
five hundred thousand persons are well, and
attending to the duties of lire, free Irom pain,
whohvesn Allcock's Porous Plaster some
where about them, and who, but for the said
plaster, would be prostrate upon a bed of ago
nv. Besides, a peculiar piny, pleasant odor, halo,
or atmosphere exhales from them by the warmth of
the body, imperceptible to the eye, but which
envelop the person in a cloud of thin vapor,
through which contagion cannot penetrate. In
fact, Allcock's Plasters supply an atmosphere
like that from balsam orpine woods, and no
doubt attract ozone. Ir'Aen contagious or infect
ciu diseases are about, they should be worn on the
hest or back as preventives.
THE ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTER
oothes pain, reanimates torpid limbs, seems,
in many cases, to revive the powers of life.
The great demand proves them to be used as
la universal remedy. They are convenient of ap
plication, and sate tor all, being incapable of
producing any injurious effects.
Dr. Valentine Mott, Dr. Johnson, of Hart
ford, and Dr. Myers,of Savannah, havespoken
of them in the highest terms. The great Mott
said : "They were all that could be hoped for
in a plastersitnple, cleanly and adhesive;
perfect as artificial supporters of the muscles;
and for pains, because of their counter-irritant
qualities, usually at once giving ease." Local
weakness of the back, breast and side, always
benefited, thus curing lumbago in a few hours,
sometimes In a few minutes.
In serious heart and chest affections their
use causes an absorption or evaporation of wa
ter, by which dropsy of the heart and hydro
thorax have undoubtedly been cured.
They appear to have a peculiar effect upon
the nervous, allaying irritability while supply
ing warmth. They seem to accmulate elec
tricity, and aid the circulation of the blood
through tlie part where applied, by which
healthy actions are induced.
The Porous Plasters are flexible, and found
of great help to those who have weak backs
or pains in the side. Especially are they' val
uable to those who have neglected colds. They
are often preventives of consumption: nav.
they are believed to have loosened the grasp of
nils lernuic aiuiciiun, nuu nau oeeiv mainly
Instrumental in effecting a cure. In 'variable
ilimates they should be worn on the breast, or
cetween the shoulders, or over the kidneys, bv
bhose who arc subject to take cold easily. This
simple plan will soon produce constitutional
vigor that will enable one to resist extraordinary-changes
of temperature. Experience has
proved the iforons Plaster to be a blessine to
the consumptively inclined, invariably produc
ing the most remarkable abatement ol the
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On Monday the 8d day of October, 1881,
I will sell at "the Court House Door
In Lexington, N. C,
at public auction, to the highest bidder,
fob cash, a tract of
Land on Abbott's Greek,
in Davidson County, containing forty (40)
acres, to satisfv a claim of two hundred
dollars secured by mortgage deed executed V
by Kachael 3Iillcr, Cicero Oroes ana wile
Susan E., on the 20th Nov. 1878, to 3Iathias
Kepley, and assigned by him for value to
the undersigned on the 23d April, 1880.
The deed is recorded in Register's office
Book 24, page 157.
S. L. Thomacox, Assignee
or Mathtas Kepler, Mortgagee.
Bv M. II. PiNsrx. Attv 47.4t
Tim istiCcRTirr m r ctwwrj(3 tut
to t MAiwxcTwro ukdeh
Known as the Bradshaw or Grat Place.
This Property, located in the limits of
Salisbury, contains 6-i acres, a never
failinij well of pure water, all needed out
buildings, and a
This property must be sold, therefore a
Good Bargain for the ready money, or to
any one paying halt cash with deferred
payment for the balance.
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S&Z20 vjocks, C-riWiDgMacuines.&C,
Repaired by a good, cheap and responsible
workman plenftc leave them wiljh Messrs
Klnlti & Renu'- man, Salisbury, N.i C.
45:1 v R.L.BROWN.
ai d van i !
(Xext door belov J. D. MfXedy't Store)
Where ivillbe found as
Full f eiilts an! Prompt Defey
IS MY MOTTO.
Lwant to buy Pat Cattle
f.l. L. BEAU.
WnEIV YOU WAXT
At Low Figures
Call on the undersigned atNo 2, Grain
D .A. AT WELL .
Saliphnrv .N. C, June 8 tf.
Time Talle-N. C. R. E.
; .TRAINS GOING XOKTII.
Date May 13, '51 I Xo. 47 I No. 49 I No. 43
I Dally Dally Dally
Lv. Charlotte, . 4 05 AM- 15 AM 4 15 r u
A-L Depot I
" JuncX 4 11 AM 6 20 " ' 4 SO "
" Salisbury 5 56 A M T 60 " a oT "
Arr. Greensboro 8 03 A.M 30 Li 5T
Lv. Greensboro 8 25 A M 9 50 f8 18
Arr. Italetg'a 1 4 P M ilor KleU-
Lv. l 45 P M t mona
Arr. Goiasboro too PM only
for Richmond 8 25 P M
Lv. Danville 10 21 AM 1131 "
N. Danville 10 87 AM 1183 "
" Barksdale 10 5S A M 12 01 P M
" Drak's Br'ch 12 37 PM 120 "
" JetersvUle 8 24 P M 2 55 "
Arr. Tomahawk 320 PM 3 51
Arr. Belle Isle 403 PM 4 28 "
Lv. " " 4 10 P M -4 35 "
Arr. Manchester 413 PM 4 88
Arr. PJchnrond 4 13 P M J 4 43 " 7 23 a it
TRAINS GOING SOUTH
Date May 15, 'SO
Arr. N. Danville
Arr A-L Junction
" Drak'e Br ch.
Arr. A-L Junction
Lv. " "
10 45 P M
2 25 A M
7 00 "
7 25 "
7 27 "
1J 16 "
12 45 "
1 00 "
12 00 M
2 43 P M
6 05 "
8 37 "
10 33 "
12 15 A M
12 20 A M
2 53 P M
4 41 "
1 5 "
8 55 "
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12 30 A M
Is made from a Simple Tropical Leal ol Kare
Value, and ls a POSITIVE REMEDY lor all the
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Outfit sent free to those who wish to engage
in the most pleasant and proflable business
knowm Everything new. Capital not re
quired. We will furnish you every thtnsr. $10
a day and upwards ls easily made without staying:
away irom home over nigrnt. xmo nss wnatever.
Many new workers wanted at once. Many are ma.
kirn? fortunes at the business. Ladles make as much
as men, and young boys and girls make great pay
No one who Is wiillngo work falls to make more
money every day than can be made In a week at
any ordinary employment. Those who engug at
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Address, H. iuixett & Co., Portland, Maine.
Outfit furnished free, with full Instructions
for conducting the most profitable business
that anyone can engage In. The business
ls so easy to learn, and our Instructions are
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llts from the very start. No one can fall whols will
ing to work. Women are as successful as men. Boys
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Rowan Coity-In the Superior Court.
Wm. J. Best
Wm. P. Clyde, T. M. Logan, A. S. Buford,
A. B. Andrews, Samuel McD. Tate and
James W. Wilson.
Wm. P. Clyde and T. M. Logan, of the
above named defendants, are hereby noti
fied to be and apper before the Judge of
our Superior Court, at a Court to be held
for the County of Rowan, Tit the Court
House in Salisbury, on the 9th Monday
after the 4th Monday of September, 1881,
and answer the complaint, which will be
deposited in the office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court of said County, within the
first three days of said Term, and let the
said defendants take notice that if they
fail to answer the said complaint during
the term, the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in the com
plaint. This 15th day of Augasti 1881.
44:6t J. M. Horah,
Clerk Superior Court Rowan Co.
vJJJJ1 nt Ton srock animator publser
vice at modrate niten. Apply to
Salisbury rw ATWEI L
cl Bctoncc, aa entirely iilir nd 2S?fta1rIalfei
way.via: Direct AttlkSfiSS:,'.bJrrth? '
lienca. and dnc i. . " v PWai
tl fleet upon tiie Banal and d
tion, wrecked from aelf-abuwiSd TiZ"
the drain from tho system, reatorfnT'
health and sound amor? Sth??
Aversion to 8ocieiv.et r.rU Zzufaa of Iw7
r: M tooa te test ia very B'verTc7
now a pronounced saccesj. DraBaar ti"
crtbeS in theee troubles. inA.J1"
Beasto, wita but liulo it anv nf rm"j .
to, wita but liulo it any nernunJ -"j08
Is bo Nonsense about this Preparatkm. ltii?
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It hM3 been inreneralnee, we hive thoandt?,
mon alt as to fts-raluo. aad it is nenf conedlrfO "
Medical rrofesion to be the bom wtM2"
dweovcred of roac.inst aad cuiinsthu Te,,,t "
trouble, that is well known to U t bo cau2
misery to so raany.and pixm whoa- onnVu0!'utt
sufficient to eSeruSS
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orc-d Flower Plate, and 600 IlHrstraMouCwrl r
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Having taken out letters of administrt
tion on the estate of John W. Grah,
dMMl,Mt. Ulla Township, I will bcH"1
following personal property, viz: 0b
mule, n lot of hogs. ne roa1 waon.
set of Blacksmith Tools, Farming UtcnMW,
one set Carpentcr's-Tools, half interest
Hay Hake, &c.", &c , at the late resideocI
the deceased. Pale to take place o
Friday the lGth September, 1SS1. Term
All persons having claims a?ainstXM
estate of said John W. Graham, deed,
present them on or before tlie 25th 01
August, 18S2, or this notice will be P,ta"
in bar .)f recovery. Those indebted to tM
same are requested to .make payment im
mediately, D. 31. BARR1EK, Mr'.
Aug. 25, 188t. 45:pa-
A thoroughl y competent Tanner, one
understands Chemical Process- ??nJfU
can obfain a. good 'sittiation by applymff
W. S. COOK, FayetUtiJle,
ITaving qualified a3 Executors
iia jw '.iaiiuvu f . v. - riff'
beth P.Craige. deceased, wc. notify all P
sons having claims against ner?t,i(it
exhibit them to us on or before tac
day of August. 1882, - J
Aug. 24, 1881. James A. Cbaios,
45:4t KfUK Craice.
omc nc u pur
tneu useless nostrum ta.l bis fees. Th
Ikll Kir... 1
tnt fa. mut
will accouirany EACH BOX a
Bj go &m V 8
S Silt O (FffL
A J-l f&L V-
ohlu ur n. u. ii. v
On Saturday, the 3d day . of PPrW.!
0 clock, in Salisbury, at the onrt ii,
w,ll sell lor cash eight shares of X. C. '"-.ao!
ftre shares as administrator de bonis n w B ,
Turner, and three shares ns.Asentoi
July 29th. 1KS1. A. f. K"E' A