if DER TffR PTUir v a wi? n-.
LUMffEB & MORGAIY.
tf. J. I'li'mm er. long known as rhe be)
. "M and Saddle Maker who ever did btisia
iulisbiiry, present bis complim nt
! MriendH and patrons with an invitations
..! and see Jiis present slock of new
i es, Saddles, Collars, &c. He warrants
"'wn (o every purchaser of New Stock,
A also his repair work. Rates a. low as a
trucje win aiimii of. (Jail and see
PLTTMMER & MORGAN.
m Oil TWO RELIABLE, IXDUSTRI-
o ia JiVEiU J OWN AND
. COUNTF TO SELL OUR POPU
- liberal inducements. Applicants will
msa give a-je, exparience (if any), and re
r3nces as to character and li'abits. A
lendid Chance for men who are not-afraid
n work ami want to make money. Apply
t person or by letter to
-3ml 1QI3 Main -Jt., Richmond, Va.
every day, as ladieu flud ft
cor.-! t cvir worn. Mer
chants my it gtves f.he beet
satisfaction of any corset
thny ever sold . Warranted
f ju-iutfcurjr or iuoi2y re
funded. For sale by
J. D. GAS2ILL only,
Salisbury, N. C.
School Book Full Stock, lowest prices
Writing Paper, Pens and Pencils.
Envelops, fisitjn- Cards.
Seaside Novjels and Monroe's Library.
Wank Books, GoU Pens
Autograph and Photograph Albums
ffall Paper, Toilet Articles, Perfumery.
Fine Toilet Soap, Combs and Brushes.
Bat hi n- (i iov.-s and Towels
DIES A SPECIALTY,
TROPICAL FRUXTS fN SEA
SON, PICTURES fc PICTURE
AnS ail 3 :!ou3 Complaints
..uc in nine. !k!r juin iv ve'aiile- -io tid
nj;. Price JJcU. All Druggists.
WESTERN f. C. RA!Lr!9D.
OKf ICB GEN. PASSENGER AGENT,
Salisbury, N. C, October 12th, 1882
c KAji.ES, TO YS, DOLLS, VASES AND
Ii A 7C.T ft s vmi t xt a
GUITaIs AND 'BANJO STRINGS
6AI.ISBUBY, N. C.
They are a vegetable tonic purgative, abso
lutely Imm)cm under all circumstance. They
never injure the weakest female or the young
est child. Qne bo? is a medicine chest suffic-
iug fir a whole Tamil v.
aiarrnq;a; nature is making a great eflfort to
a !J . L
gci no oi some irniatjng matter in the atona
ach or bowels, A dose of Brandreth'. PI.I-
removes the matter and the disease is cored.
in costivgnesa one good dose of Brandretb's
Pin. r..i i j l ... .
a it.. , i ii M I n rii it v 1 1 r 1 r.iii , i,,iif . . , r. -
j - nil j lugm mr a
weeK or two, make the human m- i4nr .
. J uu
as regular us clock work. In bad eoldn u
the pores of the skin are cdoael nA ik.
' ' V 1 I J i V 1 .
sioie perspiration thrownupon the blood, poia-
: .i a . . . ....
ui.ing ine louniaius ol life and tilling the nose,
the throat and the lungs with choki
seven Brandreth's Pills taken at nitrhi nn an
empty stomach, will restore the perspiration,
break up the cold and purge away all the wa
tery secretions that should have nassed nff Kv
the skin. Diphtheria, a familv -
. r mf -viiDv uiju n
most dangerous one. is lmni
1 I . . . J
u.cu one or iwo aoses of tfrandrelh's Pills
aided by a gargle of lime water. Rhuinatism,'
which comes from too much aeiditv op i
much alka.iuity.of the svstem rom,;,! iu
ing bqt Brandreth's Pills and a few good
sweats to make a perfect cure.
It is marvelous how thev mirifir Ilia
After two doses, the eflpoi !aBOn ;n
' -1 pw-ww. iii uilKIUIieSH
ui uie eyes anu clearness of the skin. All pim
ples and eruptions vanish like magic under
.1. n ...
me iniiuence ol this purifrinc ourffniiu vv
r o ( O - v V V.
cannotstop the march of time with any medi
cine: but Brandreth's Pills Will romn. tl..
----- - V V s ine
excessive lime from the svstem and nwonl
- - - J uv VIII
grey hair. They improve the sight and tone
...-.! 1 jt m
mm uie uu man ooav. bo that t he nd m.
.:ii i x i ... "
"i ue unuimmea ana his natnm fnrne .,r,o.
- w v ium-
oaiea even alter seventy years.
Scatter the salt freely over the
strawberry beds of next spring.
Cheese Cloth fur pAmf,,,,).,
Cheese cloth, er, as it is sometimes
the H ClMireh. E. Af.
ilper, Nt'hraska, Nov. IGtli, '83.
The New Scholar.
r 9 wMiiniiiics
called, cotton bunting in scarlet, T!ue
irrlve 5.43 p jc
" 4.38 "
" .0 "
t! fl.io "
. States viile ...J
. M llSfin
....Pigeon River , j
Leave 6.10 am
" 8.49 "
i 9.25 "
" 10.-I3 "
" . 11 49
" 1.B3 PM
" 5.4) '
Train No. 1
Connects x Hniiuhn.. .
n. s. u. i;. k. from all
Kt!tNraDdSOml1 aWl r,0m Connects
. - ..wv IW1 1 . A. U. i IV. of c. & A. I
R. Connects at Warm Spring with E. Tenn Va'
a- . & ?or Morrtstown and points SoutU-West.
Train No. 2
"Connects at Warm Springs with K. T. Va & oa R It
rom Morrlstown . the South-West. Connects at
Statesvllle with A. T. o. Dir. of c C & A P R
fTi"1 ? .rora1JpolnlB
-auu iur naieign.
K?allSbUry' tvine, Ashevme and the
W arm Springs to all principal cjtlea.
J. B, Macmardo,
Best in the World.
Brandreth's Pills have stood the tet nf fnrt.
five years of use bv the Amerioo i
They are entirely Vp
absolutely universal, for there. iH nn a:.
they will not cure, if taken in time Ti.-.
safe for infants and adults. They aim to ac
complish three things ; first, to purify tho blood;
second, to cleanse and resubite the 1'
and bowels; third, to stimulate n,a l-;.i-
- -., IM'llifW
and liver and purge awav the ashes of the nvg-
lc,u J,,u uweasea matters of the bodv. Bv pur
ging wi.h these Pills constanHv
jm uuu y
i". n kn hull! ... f. . . . "
RHODES BROWNE, Ffc W C COART SEC CW montha th ' aU',y fd ?" "
' toABT, sec. iew months. In this way, gout and rheuma
tism, ulcers and fever sores cn be eradicated
n a few weeks. The worst cases of dyspepsia
and costivenesh can be cured hv t!.Hn., ' .
two pills eyery night for a month. In cases of
twenty years' standing, gentlemen have been
cured by taking one pill a night for a vear
oranareui al-illa give to the human bodv no
matter how worn or decayed, the recuperative
powers of youth. In their ammn tK
..nj llllll tll
the rapid changes of the youthful bodv. We
all wU, to die of okd age. A hundred years is
the natural limit of life, which can only be
reached by purging and purification
In general debility, nervous tnmr o.i
mental depression liraiulreth's PHI have a
marvelous efket. Tiey have won the confi
dence of millions in all parts of the civilized
world. Constitutionsshaken by long residence
in unwholesome climates
ts, are wonderfully renovated by a course of
Total Aa.ofc ft'Tin'yiKio
a name uompanv,
Seeking Home Patronage.
vMi.-it-s wntren on IJwclIiiio-s
Premiums payable One-half cash and bal
ance in twelve months.
J. ALLEN BEOWN, Agt,t
oatisuury, jN. C.
or cream color, is good material for
lounge quilts and com fori a for the
guest chamber. The cloth is light
but very firm, and wmn uii .
also much usee! for lining lace spreads
If a man is wnnndwl an t.. ki i
flows, that flow is either regular, or
jcu, ui epurts. ii u flows regular
ly, a vein haa Imen i.i i
- -t .vFuimc-i, uiiii a
string should hp I
around below the wounded part, that
is, beyond it from th I tc i
. . -"f ni.au, xi nm
blood comes out hv 1,,
artery has leen severed, and the per-
",ay ieeu 10 oeatn in a tew min
utes : to prevent wh
- . ft" 7
cori above the wound that ;a i.
, .....v y w
Iween the wound aud the heart.
Polish for Oak. A polish for fine
carved work ; Half pint of linseed
oil, half pint of old alp. tl. r
. , - - - iiivi. VF4
All PCrCT una ninmr.
umuwc ui ann us nr wnw
one ounce of spirits of salts; well
shaken before using. A little is to
be applied to the face of a soft linen
pad, ami lightly rubbed for a minute
or two over the article to be restored
which nuit afterwards 1
0(1 Willi an old sill.- l.o.wlt.-,.1.
11ns poi.h will k een nnv I.mihiI.
- . I vii iii VM
ii t n it ic ih. j...
delicate cabinet work, and is also
recommended lor vomer-marli? Wn.-b
- - w - w 1
Cold Ftet. Th
, e y . v. MUV iu ivvaik
p rculation, aud very often to insuffi
cient exercise. Thp i.0..i.i.
should he built up, the fett 'should
be balded in lenid watPr a, .A
ous friction MinUed. Hut. fr i.e0
who can lake it thpro ;e
ike energetic walking. Warm wnl.
en slock iugs should be wrn. If tho
get are cold on going to bed. tl.ev
should be well riitifwU ,....1 .
sott h tise socks, nreviouslv vi-.,r,i
- -J "Mi UllVI
be. ore ine lite. 1 lie tiso id' , l,rti..,.,-..
ottle in bed is a bud habit of which
the joung should beware. It may
be necessary Iur the aged aud invalid
A new scholar camgl to Rack ford
shool at the beerinniner of h. half.
ro-i L-l . ... Lii.ll 1 i
j wa a wen uressed, hne-
i i-; ii
lookinv lad. whose nnno.-iraiw... all tho
ii l f i
lhere was a set of boys at this
school who immediately invited him
iujuiii uieir "larks' and I suppose
IwilfO 1- Kami It ft .
w"RUUff picuy wen wnat that means.
..y uacu to speuu tiieir money ia
eating and drinking, and often ran up
-uu.,, uieir inends founcJ
, l" w. Ane7 wanted the new
scnoiar to join them. They had al
ways contrived by laughing at him
tr roni'Aiw.l, .' I A . .
, -tv...,g uiiDj to get almost any
,ry J "-""4 in meir mesties.
I he new bovs wnr -.f...,;,i
yield to them. This new schol
ar refused their inirltnim.
. 'loiiuin, oey
called him mean and stingy a charge
u- in. i o ! ..... .... I 1 1
...v... a.najo tuuKes ooy8 very sore.
' You are real mean not to go with
us they said.
'Mean ?' whe& is the meanness iu
not spending money which is not my
w,,.. . .u wnere is the stinginess iu
IWf ill . A I.
"w nwuig to oeg money of my
friends in order to spend it in a way
they do not approver9
'He talks like a minister cxclaim-
ew uue oi meiu.
'After all he continued, 'our mon
ey m,ust come from friends, as we
haven t it, nor can we earn it. No,
x uo not spend one penny that
o.iuuiu ue asnamea to give an ac
count Ot tO niV iat hr an.l
, ... uiiu illUlllC'l.
C KIM ,1 ...... I '
onwici iney usk me.
i i .
tionary; nor must his motives ever
grow out of the ground of simple
philanthropy. Whatever of art he
employs in preaching, whatever of
skill in private ministration-, what
ever plans of public good he may de
vise or aid all must look to the one
end and' focalize in the one fact of
saving souls from death. The value
of souls must be very great in his
eyes their ruin must be a constant
burden on his heart, and their salva-
A.i . ' . ...
uou must give mm the highest
liut aback of all the official fidelity
and the love of souls prompting
uieieio. uie. re mti.-L lie n I'mmn u
consecration of the heart ami devo
tion ot the life to .losns fM,...
.mw - II A ICl
iome physicians noted for their uro-
. i i i
icsaiouai oeuevoienoe are Known not
to ne men ot ex
duct; and soldiers wheu off' duty
nave iweii convicted ot stealm the
very nronertv thev WOII li I williii.rltr
have shed their blood to irnnrd
- mm v ff IIV1J
on duty. It may be so with preach
ers. The Drofessinttnl lif
j - ' T - v iii, wv;
better than the nprmmsl lif f..;..i
1 - j wiiim
lutegnty may exist where ItPI'SIIIIM I
integrity cannot be found Wi,u
this is the case, others muv d.i......
there is nothing against him, aud yet
his own heart condemns itself as being
devoid of the constraining love of
Oh rut , which is the h ig best a ud st roug
est motive that cau impel one to duty,
or sustain him in its performance.
M- . ARB'
and respeetfully fci, tli
tablismenf If ' - a tria uiW
. xfc h-rointi ptn ' nlftl
-oe,, Buggies. Cart.
HE 18 rrkwb.Tr. ' L-
HE 18 CONiFlnpv . .
Special provision " an,," 1
""'"ui" ana kpw. "'ersti.,
"'"VCrS Will Hn, ... .
at this nlan -uo" Stalls
8eciai accommodation a
Commercial TravcV th
Ce btre- SaHsbary,
'Eh ! not out of
strings, then V
in. a hurry to get
t? Lis ijre
Hormoiiisin under Diseu-sfou.
From the Ralelgb Christian Advocate.
The public discussion of the Mor
mon question which has been in pro
gress here for several days has arous
ed au unusual religious interest and
large congregations fill the J
court room every night. Rev. Clark
iraden, author of the "Problem uf
i rouiems, and Bishop Kelly a Mor
mon Champion, are the debaters
Jive nights have beet, spent on the
first proposition urhitdi l.... ti
c i . .. 7
CKO. A. EAGLE,
W. A. MORGAX.
Eagle k iorgan
Wo are prepared to do anv kind""of
eJ- ftiiaSrj cos .re, JjSck U?ad.
mana tho uj era -coaVt V rP'i
:ontb- i lvt.-i Aia: ro:V:n;r IV- X
, . - - vwuic oi "i una iijoii s oi dlVlite ot' ir ii
ihafmlM tbil,ulu.rwfJmft- tKe Ri ; 4" re"S,ol's eo'J." '1'lic familiar
are compos,,! f rare bal,, i,ln,u, u,e a((. Srgiimeiits pro ami eon were entirely
uireci.r, foniWISi K ; advimce.1. order . e.blisl, ,,,
V In ilp m i tt3 i i I , . , . , 1 . J'lfllli-llf)'ltif I . . . r .
v-.v lllt. mormon UibJe.
w!,,.i VlT "cuuiaoy upon the
w hole niu of blood ; nor can quemipn the
laci wnen we soe inifumci Inn .1 I ! .
. , V 0v....v vuicii mer com.
plaints arre-ter th ...r-..i ... ' . :
into henlthfol p lay, and every phyfijal fa
tion renewed iuid strengthened hy their agency.
io, nor am
out of tiiem.'
'Afraid of VOIir t'ltlu.v all "3 A P :j
of h is whipping you? Afraid of your
niil ir . i .
o tin" 1 S1,e g,veyi a sugar
plum? What a nrenihha hK.. i
i t"w tow) i Liiey
filed, in nmi.L-i.. 4... ...
v-. ICI ins.
'And yet you are trying to make
uc afraid of you said the new schol
ar, boldly. 'You want me to Le
afraid of not doing as you say. And
which, I should like to know, is the
belt.r sortof fear-the fear of my
school fellows, whir.li vV,,i.i t...i
into what is low, or fear of my pa
rents, which will inspire me Vim
things noble and manly? Which
leans the better? It is a verv ,w,n.
service von r-r. ,i,.:.. r
vunig mo to try to
set me airaiust mv nnr.,ic ,i ..i.
me to be ashamed of their authority.'
Ihe boys felt that there was no
he d way to be made against such a
new scholar. All they said hurt
themselves more than him, and they
liked better to be out of his way thai,
raa SALE !
Just received a Presh ot of 1
of all the different kinds, CIIEAptt
On Iho 1st Monday of Rowan Superior
Court, November 2 it h, is3, I will sell at
the Court tlouse door, in Salisbury, that
valuable tract of hind heretofore know n as
The Great niIErMATl( (n;p,,r
ftlsn f,.r T A MC- rt , .... 'nf
.... u Vl lv ,
it all bad boys, 1
, , s '"tan. x ue
u..t garnered around him, and nev-
".T V J . . or P'y with greater
relish than while he was their cham
pion and friend.
'The new scholar is a champion
fellow, sa.d the principal, 'and n,r.
ne.s more influence thai. i :..
. ' uu in
I. IP S( lli 'I I. ... . 1 1
i lu,y .siuuy better, and
play better where he is. You can't
pull hi in down. Everything n,P
aud bad siip.mL-c .mi ,. i ,
our Shops on Lee Stre.(W'M SffdaLfc'J? totc
arkerV Old Stand..)-M- ANT35c&& TO S.AR'
SALISBURY. If . id
T T i j ..
SLl?M Dg f -ne lr"Pt.v and will, ex
pedition. Repamng of Cnrries, Busies
tlaas style. Pa.ntini? and Hnishin-f fin
work will be done by W. H. Barker
All we ask is a. trial."
Jan. 10, 1880. 1;.ff
flu it it,. ,i j- vtuu;
Btantljr to P. (.jrxr liic: ! -v r s r":c al
plicatioxf this Dt:. Scl.l pSii?
or sent bacihro. on i,5 i.! J-?s-
TUn'S ftAKUAL KrQSSTBiBaaPTsTcEE.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CRA0
LIXA WATpiX, O.MiY
15LACKMER fe HEXDEHSON
Salisbury, N. C. ' ifW
Jan. 22d, '79- tf.
$1.50 IER YEAR.
MCCORKLE. T p KLrTT
. ATTORNEYS and COUNSELOBs'
SAtlMJL'UY, N. C.
Office. on Qoopoil Street, opposite th,
Court House. '
L- H. CI.EMKXT.
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
Saushl nsv, N. c.
feb. 3rd, 1331,
Letter from a Gentlemen Ninety Years
Old-Ion Life from Use of Brand
Prairie duChien, Wis., Ftb. 11, 1882.
I am in the ninptiotli . ...
i . . ' ,'ci my eatriiiv
- , , v UC I IT III III. I W 1 hi 1 i 1 . .
ny to the great virtueSof Bmndrelh'- Wlh.,8 a
household remedy. They are the bet bloo.l
purifiers and e ean-ivni i. . .
lo ;..Ti i ------- ".s niuuiatii aim uow
el- in die world 1 have taUed a family of 10
children, been blessed with three wives.a'nd mv
land, experience reaches over seventv vears
K,r over torty.hve years I have known and
e.ieved in Brandreth'. Pills. They hn"e
cured ,ne of. ndigestion,Costiveness,dvspep;ia-
Z , nl I'" Ufmy famil-V haVe Set
invaluable at all iimo t . i.. .
,i, ., r i r , . wisn to sav
din I have found Allcock's Porous Pias
ters very useful in breast pain.,, back: Ihe
and weak muscles. ' Ui,LK,,clle
Alfred Bruxson, A.M., D.D.
The Successful Preacher.
done in the iJtesK &raUe' and wor
KeaUyniade woi 1 alwc n'n kS. - -
iy ruled. '1cjrUlX ? ""J nll pmtnpi
:ly. r A JRSAt
- 1 ' '
:. - : -
WHBH YOU WAHT
AT LOW PIGUBES
NO 2. Grai.it.
JOHf F. EAGLE,
w.w ni lira fi m
CUBE OF NEUEALGIA.
01i EffeoUa JtfagicaJ Cure.-Small-iros
cAenci Ate., Eazt New York, ApvU 12, 1880.
,J: -?..e. -J. hnonyasto
,aiuc 01 iraiuiretirH Pilfc. verified
lorn hope," for the ere o 7 K a ,or-
- tC..,, jears standinrr th
patient heme mim ii lord .... . . lne
..,,1 ,i - . r--v fiwiraieu oy disease
and ihe excessive use of opium tal.-n'.T
fn the oain hv ,,1.;... lT,D?t",!e." tod-
ets were almosTnca, ii! one?S hX
w- able to be np and walk'arouml freely 'ad
ihe disease has never returned. & f?lh
wa, also cre4 qf an attack of A;
Kho mat ism bv th. a., 7 '",ai0 J
f e:irs, 1 ,!a'? t:k wiU' what appeared o
be a bad cold, but in a short h,o ''l';'ireu ln
conluent Hma'.l Pox
s much alarm. 1 determined '"i1
n i l'. l;il- .. . . . -r rana-
a reineuy, and their elficac v was
-;om apparent. I w:is wli i. . " -v.
Ol;;rk or trouh f ..- i.:j . " Mn?'t
beuf. id; r; ; .Ji.r- ,Jl " m firni
that had i : - YuZf. . rrvcru f u,e
prescribed E"35" i i re"lar WJtine
j M , r-.'-"-'-s, i siiou Id have died
1 know of many other instances of the vaTueL
which I wi L l e "n,, "'-knew,
will app7to -tPPJ 'Ve 10 a -ho
Mrs. E. St. John.
fvpi.y was.- owigcu to present such
claims as these : that in (he ancient
prophesies concerning the children ol
orisrael, the "uttermost parts of the
i J- , . j. " l,,c ever
lasting lulls" lv,re the IWky Moun
tains : the "vsill"rivf.i. i. ;..t.. i... .
. t on. i.i nit' vine I
was to ex It-ml
Ocean: orth m.,1 s , vnat 18 the se-
' .... i4Lii rt i if U"i ui ills i uV
are the "sn.e.uMn.r ; .. L..i . . ,,e ' one
Ephriam ; the lost irH f ' an1 e,race the
i , me lost tirbes of ' Israe ptrioriiiances ol the milmt ... i.i
came to Amer m r . i. -x- . "e puipit and the
tO bv the Savior Ti hJ.. 1.. w . .. ; i U ' "ectlli tl (leilOllli
, " o.i i u, otiir j '-'''timi usace ami law m-.L- o
sheet) have I u.- ,;i, . . . . .. ..... tt,,w Kn" niahe some
fold -" Jusnnh c i fc. m,s 8 "uereuce in method of i)Cr
ioki, Joseph bmitli was nsn retl '"I'mance. but all n.1 r 1 ,
and prophesied that his nu ! .o.sn.l lS LPW116'. tl,e
ui iot (.inn, and be both J"d and in vitfitintf frnm l. ,
honored and reviled : lik, nil ho,, MA... "J g ""m . ,,0l,8e to
Pro.ihets he has been h. "l L.r .7. . " f . "e ,S t,,e t
Wed, finally mirtyml. cial ii -h 2 n
'. , . ..ill, vyil '"""'mi
reiprrpil r i ... I . . I'oipu preimrntinn
r.,.uu world; the 'n--t be uejf i-eted h ;s 0i , i
B'Kikv Mounia n ' i ... r . ' 11 18 well to Le a
i , - , ..ii. no more ever- toUUvl preaclier lint nni , i
Uting than the Asiatic hill . , I L Loral . LTT "i lt ,,e
Ucean could not h :' . ot "e "egiected. The
-.1. The Sea tTT. " 'S.! J l'1' 'w -plntsis to
Mediterranean; the her 4i .ZlK
cue genttte nations; the two very fow pfeacliers havi ulr' ? f1
Ainericaimdo not so mud, resenddp escaoed thi atlWer
the wincrs ,.r ... . snare, we sav
D Willi. . 1 1 11 11 I'll 1 ...(-.. I
, H i id i i i
The John MoOonnaufirhev Pla.ro
Nine miles west of .tui...... .i... i .
colnton road, and in biirlit of Thvatira
Hi.ica norm of concord and
within 7 miles of rim w
and the same distance from the Richmond
& Danville Railroad. This tract contains
olu acres: 8.i un nf i,;i. :.. .
;, ... ,,,,,, i, ir ui si rate
bottom in cultivation. There is on the
place a "rood dwelling hniio.. 1... 1
c - - .iumcv, wHimim nuicr
is in a nood nei"h
borhood, convenient to churches, mills &c
It is divided into four parts as follows:
QQT,ie Pee, containing 1371 acres,
d ot which is hottotn.
Lot No. 2 contains noi .xrvn qo ..r ...i i
is bottom. .cn
i ?X 3 co4n,f.ains 60 ' 'cs, 15 of which js
,, A tti. se lots have houses and
wells of good water on them.
No. 4 contains .50 acres.
Persons wishing to examine the property
will call on me on the premises.
Also several hum! rpil liiiulmlc fnnv
I tQ he delivered on the plantation.
ieums: Half cash down, balance in
one and two years, with interest at the rate
ot eight per cent, payable semi annually
J. G. McCONXAUGHEY,
r Mill Bridge, N C
LbtatcsvilleWwwrZ-, Davie Times, Da
vidson Dispatch atul Goncord IteyUter re
qested to copv two weeks 1
Oct. 30, 1883. 3t
SIMMON'S IMl Mfflli
AT REDUCED PIUCES, AT
Upon the petition of C. A. Qvercash, tJte
following property was ordered hy the Su
perior Court of Rowan county to he sold at
the Court Itono .1..- : o i- . .
vr j . ', in .-lansourv. i
Monday the 2Cth day of November, "183
VIZ: V lint u L-n..,.-.... . . k .. a
..,., (,. v7l.rc3Sa CL
Moi., , 1 r.Party situated at
BOStlan'8 h Roads in At...ll 'P ...
. . . rt - , 'until ItMVIISUO.
coot. mm. about Two Acres, and upon
which is located a Grist Mill, Saw Mill
ana Planinn rill Th
iP. to the lii.-hest
:! JA.3. W. RUMPLE. ComV
The Life AssociatToa
HOME OFFICE, STAUNTON, VA.
The Cheapest. Safest, nni t,t nn.,. . .
" "criiiuic cue in
surance now offered Mm n.ihit,. . , . J.
.... " ,o "uuuu iu me val
ley Mutual, which enahiM ...
rur nirt upr i iif.xi.nirt.i ....
.UWIUiaUuu, van on or address
May 20, 1S83 l u . '
A Great Fater-Pow er
RUBBERS FOH JABS
SAVE Ydim FEUH!
Scarry Fruit Preservative!
Without the use of Sealed Carts. TW
""SAFEST Asp ONLY SURE KLM)
KOVVN. Perfectly a1!m,,E8s.
and try it.
At ElNNlSS1 Dnro Stori.
North Carolina Railroad
- TKAlXsjiOiyti kast.
wale, Apr. 3U, is82"f .No.
" Salisbury ..
" High Point..
Arr.Greensboi o ....
Leave Creensboiu .
ol. I No AS
I I'j.uy, Dailj.
I 4.30" a.m. I lltfp
I 7.20 " j 7..j0 "
8.10 " 8.33"
9.30 " 9 10"
11.47 " 1128"
1 2G " 12 08)1
1.40 p.nr. 120 AM
403 ' 1 30 AM
CU ' 3i0 "
ISo. lo Daily except Saturdajj
L,eave Greeusboib 0 JJ0 p m
Arrive j.t Raleigli 2 45 j.. m.
Arrive at Gohisboro 8.00 "
No. 51 (imnpi'ii .i I S2..'i: ,l., U' v n
K , . u,,,UUi, if.ii.v.ifc
.. tor A elii'V i I I.. n.,,1 l' ..
Greensboro with D. K. K. for ill riiu
North Kit and West, via. DiinviluTit
-.oldsboro with W. & W.K. K. for Wilmiif
ton. Tf'-Connects at Salisbury with W.f.
C, II, ft for all jointsin Western N.Larili;
daily .( Greensboro with K. & I). K. K. for ill
In, I'll. V.....1 W i ...
rv.u.. .uiin, r.a8i and'W est.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Hate, Feb. 19, 13S2.
Arrive Durharr ..
" UilUboi ...
Greensl i ro.
Arrive Ilih Piont
10.00 a. m.
.. s no
).n L .
50 ! "
h I I I .
unew mea bmr iia.l .. .-n.
,,; , . O i"-' OlHIUie.
i Siifck was ihe emblen, of power, A
I llP Vl'liI txf ' . i '
, nc ii mi's were
uy ueiiiir i isnoi rl .i .
natiou.s ot the em ih . i. .?
prophet, on il,e conirarv a low
vicious, desi-niiiiir fr..m . 0,;ti.i
neither resect uwr belief- the li
f SEB THIETY YEARS
COULD SOT OBT ALONG WITHOUT BRAND
RETH'S PILLS IN THE HOUSE.
84 Morton Street, New York r;i lr
I h:.v nsn.l U ' I i .7 ?rt .Giy ""OH. 1. 1880.
das- wWh ljrf 'ae one or two
tal e t liTnVfi.rVTr "aJa,.t "-f- I l0
. . . ? T J4 . ywiri-Tmir attention (o hip shf r. ' c ifra ir iw i venw- iii, TT- i
Agent for tha 'J.JUIW.W Offlre. kepairiti ntlvl h ?T- "e i trohlefLA,f ZI "!JLw h 1 a
1 . r . UBA8. F llEDViirnn
aci ongual.v- the SdmI.Im jlj......
cr,lft,lole by Uig(le, aTd recast
hv hiuisdl, n,iih a,u ther,. The
Book contains ihe idea, and even the
very! language of Author wlM ivw,
huntlrcds. ot -years nuUnnom ... .i...
tune the,J4ok plirpi,r.s lu iave betMJ
wr.tten on the golden plates; it e.o,
tan.H aim.,.! vertwioi Ulgdun's tirade
against infant baptism. Kelly is a
well poMcd, winning shaker, and
carries the audience with him mail
Kraden again lakes the fcW Bradcn
IS a keen. loirip:il r..u i .. .ii
Shows lli ll,.. ;,l,s.ir.l :
u. Me mormon liook, and his oi.po
ents reammings. Kelly's most re-
III irbn , ......
Maieu.cn was that Siuilli
lorctolU cveloiif.H uliii.l. IX... : i
......... mj. iinur Mijinv-
eu to be as ancient m Ii trior v. In
the ncf ... . i- , , ...
I tempt to prove li nt t,.e AJorn. m is
for marked success is almost sure
iu ui.nggrcac praise from the tin-
mining, ami great praise is alnmsi
-uiu to teat to vm j
, ivy anu
ooasuug.yue man mav mi.U l.i...
self ou his pastoral skill! as much as
a..uV.. u. un ins pulpit grace, and
may be lust as eaenr in
pl.ment to his ub.quitous visitations
7 ,,,B to near ol hiscl.ariuin2
id lift iipncn Rut ii .. o
... 1U, bUCU u,vorce-
,,,eu U1 nai ouu has joined togeth
er, there is .. necessity, either in the
u.t.u.c- Wl WOrK to bO lloil. or i
the mental or physical conditions of
wt: .eipureu to uo it. For it all -preacJnug
and vigiiiug, studying and
talking, working and prsuadina
others to work, collecting Inoiiey a3
giving it, reading books and distrib
uting li e n all OI)e workj an(J no
part can be omitted without breaking
.he integrity of the whole.
The next point is, that all this
pastoral and pulpit Wwrk, must liav
iu view the salvation of aouls from
s.n and hell. iM tie pil, it t(e
preacher must never t degraded to
the level of the mere elocutionist or
debater; nor in his pastoral work
must he Umutue a heartless fuuetion-
The iost extraordinary unimproved
Water Power on 1 1... V-.i1 ,,. el
i i . "ver is tor
i Z:J2?Z " ,s the head
.V "7 "-"7iM oranty county, 8 mile
noin AiOcuiarle. the rniintu ........ , ., ..
irnm nM mil rj m 10 m'
------- ".v 111 . HIIII li.llt VIU Z I .
S?.;8Ury It is one mile from the public
- j vvoo oir 1 u 111- 11 . . i.
water's ede. The peculiar feature of,
r--r-.... .0 .....t 11 is a natqra stone d im
which makes ahout a ii. f
w qeg. p the river nearly
ill the way across, graduallv di.nin
' neigut as it approaches the onnogite
shore. A race of 4nn . . 7 ". s,te
1 . , , j n 4icr,
10 50 1
12.15 i .
Charloiie i 1.10 a. m.jZIO "
No. 16, Daily ex. Sunihi v-Lv. GoMb'o4.4
Ar. Kaleish .3f
. Ar. GreenBboro5.40f
No, 50 Connects at Charlotte wilh A.mC
Air Line for all points in the South and Sotlk
No. 52 Connects at Charlotte with C. C
& A. U.K. with allpoiiits South and Soulhfi
N. W. N. C. RAILROAD.
I 9 25 ptu 10 25a,
10 41 " 1135 "
I 11 10 " 129j
No. 51 .
ex. Sun. Daily.
I 6 20 a m Ii 10 p
6 4G " 6 50 "
J 7 45 " 800
. . I. n. 1.
JGoisg .oRTb' '. Dailvex. Sim.
Leave Cliapel Hill
A rrive L'niversitv
7.30- a m
8.32 a m
This excellent power may be used ft
GRIST AND FLOURING MILLS,
CO TTON& WOOLEN FACTORIES,
REDUCTION MILL FOR SULPHU-.
. -...v...lly near. t(ie mines of
mj parrs ot C-abarrna
Rowan and I)., vi.u.... V"urrn8, ,
"Oil I II II II I I I1U Tit ... I
With thfi rraf .1, . . .
eentr nf h- 0.? ue,nK m the
tl . "","8 uisiricis named ahoTe
Ihe ores within i. . . . WTe-
t icat 1 nni.iri n .. . 1.
worked out in a centurv M lii ! v
This water 13 ,o .. . Sleeping Cars without Chanft
i. qfierred at g2io wi h hedJwl! Vorkand A.I.-U
100 acres at $300. The lands a VTlua
h e for :im, . atK ina-
sch Mil nilvantuni-, ry K,,. p"
tleton. A HmL Jl xr ' "r air- Lit-
T 11, X-,.
Arrive Chapel Hill
Dailv ex- Sun.
5.40 p ni
6.41 p ni
Lpiacerni-hkl on application.
Hanliinglon & Danville,
un train Xn h9 K;,.umnrA n! DanTi
Washington and Augusta, G., via DanviJk.
ttThrough Tickets on saleatCrwnslior.
Raleigh, Goldsboro, Salisbury and Chariot!,
and at all principal points Soulh, Soutbwe1
Wept. Norlh and p. For j:inigr:mlftral'
Louisiana, Texas, Afkansas and theSouthrlr
address . POPE