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ITI8 REFOItM CXRTAIJf.
"Resolved that all revenues of the
government ought to be raised on
On July 9, 1S04, Senator IYrEer,
of Kansas, and the leading light cf
Populism save Marion Bayer, of
North Carolina, introduced this in
the Senate of the United States.
This is only one of the manj
things that have come to light in
Congress that show any plain miod
that the tendency of the leaders of
the Populists is towards rain, ter
The greater part of the Populists
in North Carolina are farmers, ear
nest, sincere men, who have been de
ceived and lead away from the truth
into wild vagaries, by a systematic,
Bly scheming by leaders.
That the above resolution eminat
ed from Peffer, the acknowledged
leader of the Populists, is beyond
doubt aa the Congressional Record
want all the taxespht on land ?
They own the land.
Would any such proceedure be
just, honest? Would it be right to
tax the farmer and let go untaxed
the bondholders and the great
corporations ? And yet this is what
the Populist leaders propose to do,
We are mistaken in the manhood
of North Carolina it such measures
receive much support
' EDITORIAL OPISIO'K.
Taxation i one of the repressive
agencies in government, and perhaps
the police thought that by taxing
crime they could stop it New
Maynard, if he has any sense of
gratitude, will promptly take the
stump for llill. The latter cheer
fully took a speaking part in Hays
nard'a political obsequies last fall.
New York Press.
, Maynard'a blot is on the Demo
cratic ticket. It cannot be wiped
: out. Jt cannot be concealed. New
York Tribune. . -
China should give up imitating
British military and naval tactics
and get a Baltimore trolley car with
wiich to fight the Japanese. Bal
Wool is too mean for anything,
-. It keeps going up in price without
: seeming to care a ap for the G. (X
P. New York Mercury. .
' The. MikadoJe-tfrawing ;well . this
" York World.
er mother answerea carelessly,
"Ob, to break all to pieces."
That night Kathryn was saying
her prayer. When she reached the
line, "If I should die before I wake,"
in "Now I lay me," she added quick
ly, Please God pick up the pieces."
New York Press.
Bsok-canvassers should take cour
age from a story told by an English
lecturer on "The Art cf Bookbir.d
ing." A man of their profession had
called at a house whose occupant
met him with a growl.
'Ii's no use to me. I never read."
"But there's your family," said
the can yasser.
Haven't any family nothing but
Weil, you may want something
to throw at the cat.
The book was purchased.
Solicitors with reference, wanted
by the largest, strongest and most
progressive live stocK insurance corns
pany in the world. Liberal J con
tract and big inducements to both
agents and insured. Address at
once, with stamp Aetna Mutual
Live Stock Insurance, Co.
00 SaOiiTS W PhiV Ola
tHfrrd Rile lor Nix Ttionnnncl Voars.
; Slowly ! Calmly ! Curb
your faculty ! I would not
startle you. I merely "wisli
to say now be prepared
that again the record of the
world has been broken. Miss
Alice Shaping has become
Mrs. Jas. Castor, and Miss
Lou Phillips is now known as
Mrs. Sam Wiley. Strange,
strange ;indeed. Though for
six thousand years this sacred
rite has been celebrated,
neither time no usage has
dismantled it of its charms
and fascinations. To each
couple, as they take upon
themselves the holy vows, it
seems that they are setting a
precedent for the world, and
they seek to impress the fact
upon mankind with all and
even more display, than the:r
purses will warrant. 'A dash
ing horse, a shining buggy
and glossy harness, a stylish
hat and a "twofor" cigar
that is the picture, "U, con
sistency, thou art a jewel ! O,
bosh, thou art somewhat
The above is the way a cor
respondent of the Salisbury
Herald sees it. . There is one
timejBrtiNBian's life when he
eels like getting out of ordis
nary waySyAand they have
done Just whr'rarshaye
stirs. The leaves hang listless
on the trees, and the flowers
hold up their heads 10 Heaven
to welcome the coming rain.
A squad of workingmen are
trudging along the road in si
lence. Suddenly one of them
stumbles and to save himself,
he lets go his bag of tools
which falls with a clatterjn
the dusty road.
"Who did that J" he di
A minute later he oilers to
fight any one the whole lot.
Words lly after words, and
the man loses his temper alto
gether. They are standing opposite
a gentleman's house, and,
when the dispute is at its
worst, the gate opens, and a
little goldenvhaired girl.
scarcely more than a' baby, is
in their midst before they
I have never seen a more
striking scene-the man struck
dumb, the child utterly un
conscious of her strange sur
roundings. The burly man,
who imagined himself tripped
up, relaxes his clenched fist;
the anger dies out of his face.
I can hear it now the first
ripple of laughter that went
round the group of men when
ihe little one said :
"What's he been cioin' ?
Why don't he kiss and be
In the baby fa'e they saw
what they had missed ; and as
the tiny hand3 helped to
gather up the tools, a love that
perhaps has never grown quite
cold, held sway in their
Love what is lovable in
others, for in every fallen man
there is the germ that may
prove the promise of a better,
happier, holier life. Do not
tears well up in your eyes
when you think of the . men
and women you have passed
by ? What would you say if
you saw tomorrow their epi
Poorly lived and noorl.v died.
, Poorly buried and nobody cried?
It is Immense. ..-
The largest pumpkin we have
seen was at the Fair this year and is
now at th9 store of Mr. John" A
KinitBons. This pumpkin was
raised by Mr. M M Gillon. about
twomiies from town, and weighs
108) ponncU. It measures six feet
around and two feet in diameter. It's
almost a whale.
(working force ought to lookfler
ts. '. 1
in-ill ypiila, or are nervous sleep-
lees, excitable, melancholy or troubl
ed with dizzy spells, Electric Bitters
is the medicine you need. Health
and strength are guaranteed by its
U3e. Large bottles only fifty cents at
Fetzer's Drug store -
If you M'nii lo lie tovcil.
Dcn't find fault.
Don't contradict people even if you
Don't be inquisitive about the af
fairs of even your most intimate
Don't underrate anything because
if jou don't possess itv
Don't belieye that everybody else
in the world is happier than you.
Don't conclude that jou havenever
had any opportunities in life.
Don't believe ali the evil you hear.
Don't repeat gossip, even if it dots
interest a crowd.
Don't go untidy on the plea that
everybody knows you.
Don't be rude to inferiors m social
A Household Tr ensure.
D W Fuller, of Canajoharia, N,
Y., says that he al way s keeps Dr.
King's New Discovery in the house
and his family has alwas found the
very best results follow its use; that
he would not te witbot i if prox
curable. G A Dykerman Druggist,
Catskill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's
New Discoyery is undoubtedly the
best cough remedy; that he has used
it in his family for eight years, and
it has never failed to do all that is
claimed for it. Why not try a remedy
30 long tried aud tested. Trial bot
tie free at Fetzer's Drug store. Reg
ular size 50 c, and $1.00.
When a Populist tells you the
Democrat tariff bill wa3 framed in
the interest of the Sugar Trust aud
other special interests, ask him how
it was, then, that two Populist Senas
tors voted for it as it finally passed
the Senate, and that seven Populist
Representatives .voted for it and none
against it when it got back to the
The Standard inun while on his
rounds found several ministers cf
our city hard at work. They were
it different parts of the city and
were evidently striving to get a mors
sel prepared for their mastication;
one was splitting kindling wood and
the other wa3 hunting a cook a
prevailing scarcity in our city. This
'.'Mr Benedict public printer, hes
discharged a large number of cm
ployees since Congress adjourned.
From four to ten. are being dis
charged ron every week. Mr. Bene
dictsajs that he will continue these
discharges until most ,of the lie
publicans are turned out i ai.d when
a demand for force is made by the
convening of Congress, he will fill
these rlace8 with Democrats,
! If there- is a duty xff -paint it is
funny how some of theso acti esses
arp allowed to
ix. iiuiJieiiwij Liners; and a
second tract of land containing
fifteen and 4 acres, in said
townsbiu. known as lots No. 1. and
No. 2. in division of lands of Zimri
Pharr and edjoiningr lands of Lee
Duhn and T fl Farrow. Terms of
sale, one third () cash, and balance
to be paid on the 1st day of Novem
ber, 189o, secured by note of pur
chaser with tvro good sureties.
li. M. JililMOiNS. Guardian, -Sent.
19, Ifdi. Commissioner.
Having administered on the estate
of J. Frank Petfce', deceased, all
persons who are indebted to tne es
tate ot said deceased are hereby no
lined to como forward and settle,
and all persons vr io hold claims
against the estate of the said de
ceased must present the samo to me
for pavment within twelve months oi
the date of this notice, or it will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery.
May 19, 1894. J. V. Petdel,
Adm'r of J. Frank Pethel.
SALE OF VALUABLE L1ND.
Bi virtue of a deed of trust exe
cuted to me, W II lierr. bv J F Ir
win, on tne 25ra day of March. 1891.
and recorded in tne olnce ot iiegis'
ter of Deeds in end for Cabarrus
County, in Kecord of Mortgages No
5, pages 282 and 283, I will sell for
cash at the Court House door in
Concord, at 1 o'clock, p. m., on
Slonday tne tli day ot .November
next, that tract of land situate iti
number one township, said county,
adjoining what are known as tut
U t Irwin lauds, the U A Alexan
dcr lands and the Nicholson land?.
and containing two hundred and
thirty seven acres, more or Ipss, f oi
the metes and boundaries of which
reference is made to said recorded
deed of trust. This 29th of Sept.
1891- II Kerr, Trustee.
By W Q Means. Attorney.
Having Qualified as administratoi
of James A Porter, deceased, all
persons owing said estate are here
by notified that they must make im
mediate payment or suit will be
brought; and all persons having
claims against said estate must pre
sent them to the undersigned duly
authenticated on or before tne loth
day of September, 1895, ur this
notice will be pleaded in bar of ihen
recovery. A. JN, Harris,
Soot. 18, 1891. . Administrator,
SALE OF VALUABLE TOWN
By virtue of authority vested in
us by an assignment made by J S
Fisher and wife, on the 29th day of
January. 1887, ana which is duly re
corded m the Register's office for
Cabarrus county, in book l, and
page 359. we will sell at tne court
house door in Concord, at public
auction, to the highest bidder tot
cash, on Monday, November the
5th, 1894. the following property:
First, the Southern half of the
house and lot krown as the J S
Fisher house and lot, anjoining
James C Uibsoj and others, it beiLg
thercmainder of the lot after the
homestead is deducted , from it
second, the reversion or remainder
13 the part of the lot which has
heretofore been laid - oil to eaid
Fisher as a homestead, October , 2
1894 .. - - ' ,: -
TV. J. Hill, i :lc-mi,M
P. B. Fetzee ) Assignees.
Under a moitgage executed by John
W. Jones and wife, E. P. Jones, on the
6th day of February, 1894, registered in
book llo. 7, page 282, in the oflice cf the
Register of Deeds for Cabarrus county,
I, as trustee1- in said mortgage, will sell
on Monday, the 5th iay of November,
1894, at the Court Tieuse in Concord.
the tract of land adjoining the School
uouse iui, iiuiin joAniion, ana oiners,
being the dower lot of eald E. P. Jones,
in jso.. .1 to wnsnip ,in fiald county of Ca
barrus," " cohtainhfg thirty "(30)
acres (lore or less. a. ItAJNUlIN,
Oct. 5, 1894. Trustee,
(Jroweih Ivebpt-cuT?.!,, "'
tf J. E. Smoot. M. D
Dr, J. E. CARTLAND,
Makes a speoialty of filling
teeth without jiain. Sixteen
yeais experience. Office over
Lippards & Barrier's store
after Feb. 8. 1894. 25
UONCOED, N. C.
J. M. Odell, President.
D. B. Coltrane, Cashier.
L. D. Coltrane, Book keeper
f. M Odel. V. F. Caiiiiox
Elam King, J. W. Cnnrui
W. E. Odell. W. H. Lilly.
D K ro'tiv,:,f
Want a Pair
If so, call and see us. We have
ust purchased anOpticians outfit
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This is what Opticians generally
charge from $5.00 to $20.00, We
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A Flourishing School for Young
Ornamental Bratches Receive
- Careful Attention,
RSV.IO. L. T. FISHER, :A.:M
MOUNT PHEASANT N. C
Having qualified as the adminis
trator, with the will annexed, of I)
A Sides, deceased, all persons owing
said estate are hereby notified that
they must make immediate payment
or suit will, be . brought. And all
persons haying claims sga'nst said
estate must present them to the nni
dersigned, duly authenticated, on or
before the 1st day of September,
1895, or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery.
A. W. if dosE, Adm'r.
Concord MM M,
By W. M.SMiTHttorney.
' This, 29thd9-vit. 1894
i until Via lo ciTiiideration.
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