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If Tfc t-i. I ' iTl a."-;k-J
rescli the bond issue part of their
""yennncialion of the Admin-
on, exciaim; lYny uitia t j?:r.
land issne treasury cotes ia-
bonds? Of course thry
uch more about Bstior.nl fi-
an Mr. tilevelana or any-
onnected with the Adciiu
istratiooj but still the most superfi
cial readers of the condition of
hings during the panic can recog
nize the silliness of this position.
According to this theory, if a house
were on Sre the Populist plan of ex
tinguishing the flames would' be to
tarn a hose from a kerosene oil
tank upon it. The issue of bonds
7by the Adminstration was not', as
was the borrowing of money by Ca-
.n.Vn V-.1 C T 1!,,. . ...
commissioners, to meet the current
expenses of the Government nor for
the lack of currency to transact the
business of the country, but for the
purpose of replenishing the "gold
held for the redemption of the
I treasury notes and other paper mo
ney already in existence. Let the
I inability cf the Government to re
deem tnis money with gold vhen-
eyer presented be once established
or even threatened, and down goes
Jhfi parity which 13 so necessary to
maintain between the different kinds
of money cf the country, Populist
would keep paper money at par by
making more of it, just a3 they
would put out a fire with kerosene
oil. But this is no wilder than most
of the other theories they advance.
WOJIKS IS POLITICK.
A large number of well known
iadiss of New York have formed
themselves into an organization 10
"fight Tammany" in the present
The newspapers print the names
of these female politicians in very
conspicuous type, and it is evideLt
that they are in earnest.
But how do they propose to "fight
Tammany ?" Will they go on the
stump and denounce the alleged cor
ruption of that famous machine
Will they go further and beard "the
ganize street processions and carry
banners with terrific mottoes and
loquent appeals blazoned upon
We cannot understand . exactly
how these elegant and lonely laiiies
will "light Tammany," but that they
are going to do so is certain.
. They themselves have said it, and
you bet, they mean what they say.
Bee ? Atlanta Journal.
BBEEZT BITS CF SASTIB. .
Pekin is more consternation
than if a season of grand opera were
about to begin there. New York
Harvard Professor. "What de--grce.of
cold can a man stand ?"
Student. "I don't know, sir l'a
not acquainted with any of the
Boston girls yet." Detroit Free
Press. ." '
Aunt, "I hear "you are going to
marry Jenkyn?, my dear. He is a
foolish young man,"
Niece. "I haven't met a wise one
yet, aunt. It seems to me that as
jvise they leave
off carrying." JlalfsiriwH
.. r- . ' . . ;.
The woman. "I'll be readj in jutt
one mmnte, dear."
The husband. Then I'll have
time to run down to wu and get
Bhayed before we start, love."
J'riend. "Do you notice any
erence in the way you feel since
you've been riding a bicycle ?"
. "Do 1? I have fifteen empty ar
nica bottles," Chicago Inter-Ocean.
"Why don't you take' jour new hat
off in the theatre and let people be
hind you see ?"
. "Goodness gracious ! What do
you think I bought it for ?" Boston
' " Gazette. . "
.The war was over. The yictorious
Japanese troop marched proudly
through the streets of .Pekin.. Li
Hung Chang, "the Bismarck of the
.' East," sat alone in his palace, wrap
ped in thought.
- JJJust simply wrapped in thought.
That was all. Indianapolis Journal.
- A cynic ri3ea to remark that if 35 ve
had anything at all on it was prob-
ably a fall hat. Buffalo Courier.
The Emperor of Germany's uenti
meat appears to be that if he had
' not been William he would be Pooh
Bah.--Washington Star. ;;r '
"I wish you would give me a re
ceipt for this - lovely cake," Mrs.
v v Bouncer. '"Certainly, Mr. Boa&dUr,
- bni don't you thicV-4 receipt for
ZLi - too n- " i WOuld
instead ?" Malf .-Holiday.
b, I cannot marry him. ' He ii
not straightforward." Aud in view
of the fact that his measurement
around the shoulders was 27, while
his waist measure was 48, they were
forced to admit that she was right.
Staffer. "You Know that girl who
refus3d me ? She has just insulted
mo by inyiting me to dinner."
Dashaway. "What ara you going
to do ?"
Staffer, "Swallow the insult."
New York Sun.
Stove shops are the places in
which to look for the prize liar at
thi3 time of year. New York Jour
Col. Yerger. "Tommy, you ain't
going to eat that lump of candy that
fell in the mud ?"
Tommy. "No, sir, not until I has
done licked de mud offea it."
Mr. Bacon. "When is the cook to
ilrj. Bacon. "Oh, she's not to be
married. She's broken her engage
"What, broken that too?" Yon
"Didn't make much by tarring
and reathering the editor?"
"No. Hired himself to the
county far, struck a match to the
zt, and 13 pesin'a; as a big searcL
jigli ?" Atlanta Constitution.
Paper-hanger3 are about the only
men who succed in business by cos
ng to the wall. Texas Shif tings.
Tcots. "How is it TanK always
put K. C. h. 8f ter his name.
Banks. "He is a Keeley Cure
Backslider." Kate Fields Wash
The foot-ball season has opened
und. now you will never hear a
surgeon complain of the times 1
All is not Bealskin that shines
Cats have', been known to rnn on
backyard fences when a new fur
cloak .was going by. Tammany
Sometimes the belle who sceaT to
be,tuefe-0"n her shape really has
most of the shape stuck on her.
"I want to give Brother Tom
some little gifts before .he leavs for
colief e. What would you get ?
Florence. '-I saw some lovely hair
brushes with silver monograms,
"Yoa silly girl, don't you know
he beIon-.j3.to a foot-ball team ?"
llr. Smithers' (newly married).
"Henrietta, I think we'll have to
have a servant girl."
Mrs. Smithers. "Yes, indeed I
cin'c consent to your doing all the
housework alone. Chicago Be
What creatures of habit human
beings are ! Ever since the Brook
lyn Bridge was opened 3,300,000
people a month have passed over it
and only a dozen or fifteen of them
Lave had orignality enough to jump
cE. Boston Glohe.
Vice-l'resident Howard, of the A.
E. U., who v, as Deb3 Prime Minister
ia the jjraiS.railway strike, shocked
Clor circles yeslerday by reporting
to the police the loss of about twenty
railway passes annually -and trip
passes and other railway transpoita-
tion over many prominent roads had
Ex-United states Marshal S S
Vinson was yesterday indicted for
murder by the grand jury of Wayne
county, West Virginia, for the kill
ing of James Frizzell on September
4th last in a political row.
Puring a terefice wind storm
Thursday night at Oswego, N. Y
the three masted. schooner Hartford,
of Clayton with wheat from Detroit
for Cape Vincent was driven ashore
at Woodville, twenty five miles east
of here. Capt. Tolle, wife and
child, fiichard Seymour, mate, acd
Micheal Parcess, all of Clayton,
Dennis McCarthy, a seaman of
OswfigoT "and. an unknown man of
Grindstone are lost,
,0 T King, late of Georgia, at
Glenwood, Fla., yesterday shot and
killed Jesse Mca-bee, an orange buy
er, self defense. .
Mrs. Elizabeth Beaton .of Burl
ington, secured a verdict of $1.00
and - C03t against the St. Thomas
jQtirral for saying that Bhe was the
Mrs. Oliver who was with the
wealthy old gentleman, Cicero Har
nson, who felL overhead from an
Old Dominion steamer cyer a jeaj
If all thk eood people were happy,
; . Wit'- nothing to wish tgr or doubt, ;
Bom e ; " '" " '
TEID EctTEKTAlNMXTT. -
Fr Un Slight Was a Decided Success
A flood AmllcMC.
Friday night at 8 o'clock, at. Ars
nicry Hall, when the curtain went
up the first time, there was presented
to a good siz3 audience a tableau,
representing the gates of Heaven,
pnf.;t.!pfT "frsfpa Aiar " This was fl-i
impressive scene. The draperies
were all of while End too eostume3
worn by the ladies and children
were in perfect harmony with the
decorations and pretty, angelic faces
and wings, and it was truly a
heavenly scene. .
, Miss. Under is truly an artiot in
the way of a pianist. Her rendi
tion of the difierent very difficult
selections, brought forth vociferous
applause and truly she won the
praise of eyery one as a musician and
an elocutionist of marked ability.
The solo by Prof. KL Keesler was
greeted with applause, but he failed
to respond to the encores.
Miss Fannie Kogers sang "My
Marie" and "I Think I Will," both
of which were applauded no little
and which were enioyed by all. Miss
Eogers is mong the best singers of
Other music and tableaux were
enjoyed to tha utmost and everybody
went home well pleased.
The society realized about ; 27.05
The door receipts were $32.35.
T HE K ATEN ED SUI CI CE.
The Wonl!-lic Detective, Joe tVinbi!i.
is Afraid of Lynching.
An Observer reporter, understand
ing that Winbith, he negro fake de
tective from Atlanta, who -made
away with the money of Mr. A A
Baron, of Pock Hill, S. C, as before
noted, had somewhit to say, called
on him at the Zachary Taylor Smith
Hotel, and sent up his card. Wins
bish wa3 allowed to come ont of the
cage, lie is a desperate looking
man, and coufecsed to the Observer
man to havirg killed a negro, Fred
Edwards, in Tallapoosa. He sajs
Edwards attacked him and got shot.
Edwards died, he says, with a cocked
pistol in h3 hand. IJe was not ar
rested for this criaie, a3 EJward3
was a bad man. Winbish is really,
it is believed, an escaped life con
vict from the Georgia penitentiary,
ie was se.nc .np .7 10, tor
killing John Henry WilliaaiE,
colored, near Americas. He es
caped from the r;ii!r3ad convict
camp at Lafayette, Ga., Fubruary
10 th, 1891.
Wmbish said he was afraid to go
to South Carolina, for fear of beinj;
lynched. H says South Carolina i j
a bad place for that sort of businesr,
and he will never allow himself to
be taken there alive.
"How can yea help it ':"
"WLere there ie a will, there is
way, you know the saying is," he
remarked. He told Chief of Police
Orr ha would kill himself before he
went to Bock IXilI, and he asked
Mr3. Smith the other day for some
thing to kill himself with. It is not
believed, however, that he intends
to hurt himself. He is said to be
an inveterate liar.
He will be taken to Eock Hill this
morning by Deputy Sheriff Beck,
who has been sent after him.
The National halutes.
The national salute for both the
army and navy of the United States
is twenty-one guns. A salute to
the Union, commemorative of the
Declaration of Independence, coni.
sisting of one gun for each State, is
fired ai noon on July 4 at every post
provided with artillery," The Presi
dent, both on his arrival at and de
parture from a military poet, or
when passing its vicinity, receives a
salute of twentyione guns. No
other ealute is fired in his presence.
The Vice-president and President of
the Senate receives a salute of nine
teen guns; memberg cf the Cabinet,
the Chief Justice, the Speaker of
the House of Eepresentatives a Com
mitte of Congress officially visiting
a military post, ana governors,
within their respective States and
Territories, receive seventeen guns
The Assistant Secretary of War re
ceives fifteen guns. August- Ladie
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BLOOD BAUA CO., Atlanta, Ga.
Farmer. "Martha, I've a notion
to jine the Populists."" ..
Wife. "Why, Abner, jou don't
know politics from puddjV 1"
" FgrmeWell ?" -', V, :
Wreefc id n. Kojo
Denver, (Jol., October-ll:
Soon after midnight a boid at
tempt was made seven iles
south of Denver to wreck &n
east bound Santa Fe passen
ger train for the purpose of
robbery, it is believed.
Spikes were pulled from
the rails and the engine, ba
gage car, coach, chair car "and
sleeper ran oif on the ties.
The damage was trifling and
no one was hurt, but the track
will fce blocked live hours,
' The ground of the robber
theory is that a man called at
the Sonth Denver early in the
"night and intimated that the
train was to be wrecked and
robbed. Orders were given
font to rjroceed slowly, but it
was not supposed that the at
tempt would be made so near
the city, and the train was
running at a speed of eight
miles an hour. There is as
yet no clue to the miscreants.
A ItijT Jay at lite 1'nivernity.
President Winston spent
yesterday in Ilaleigli, returns
ing home last evening. To
morrow is University D;iy and
it will be celebrated with .due
ceremonies at Chapel IliiJ.
The day will bi? observed us a
holiday. In t-ie afternoon
there will be a game of iot
ball between the University
and the Agricultural and Me
chanical College team. This
is the first game of the season.
At night President Winston
will receive the students and
visitors. This day is the an
niversary of the laying of the
corner stone of the first build
ing of the University. It hap"
pens that this date is also
President Winston's birthday
and he celebrates two events
at the same time. News &
Kbort Southern "ikeiclies.
In West Virsinia 2,000 oil (veils
are in operation and 10,000000 bars
ort-h"$,-eC,000 will the be out
put this year.
Of the ten congressional districts
of Alabama, nine adopted resolu
tions indorsing Grover Cleveland's
Iron industries aro cordng south.
Nearly as ranch pig iron is a' ready
produced in the Southern States as
was mad? ia the whole United
States twenty years ago.
The new Diiliug (Juttca viWh,
King' Mountain, N. C, will be in
operation m about two cr tiiree
At a recent meeting of the stock
holders of the stockholders " of the
Modeua Cotton Mills, Gastonia, N.
C, it was decided to put in 70 uioie
looms and 3,000 spindles.
A movement is in progress at
Toccoa, Ga , indorsed by the city
council, to build a $20u,C0O cotton
factory. Foreign capital will be in
Rctlnectt Kniiroad Kates.
District convention Y. M. C. A.
Salisbury, N. C. Tickets on sale
October 13th and 14th. Limit Oe
tober 15th, 189- Fare for round
trip 1 10.
Quaker Centennal of Mecklenbnrg
Presbytery, Monroe, N. C. Tickets
on sale to Charlotte, October 13 to
17. .Limit October 24. Fare for
round trip to Charlotte $1 Co.
District conference nr.d Sunday
school conyentionA. M. E. Zion
church, Mooresyille, N. 0. Tickets
on sale October 9, 10 end 11. Limit
Oatober 16,5 1894. Fare for rcun!l
trip $ 2.50.
Catawba county Agricultural Fair,
Newton, N.JC. Tickets on talc Oc
tober 9, 10, 11 and 12.Limit Oc
tober 13, 1894. Fare for round
Seed Wheat for Sale. "
I haye the two best varieties of
wheat (Fulcaster, bearded, and lied
Chaff) for sale.1 I have tried other
kinds, but find none to do so well
heret as these. Will deliver at C G
Montgomery's store or on my farm.
Prices : Graded, 90 cents ; not
graded, 80 cents.
o2tf John P. Allison.
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to the relief and cure of all Female
complaints, exerting a wonderful di
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and tone to the organs. If you have
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fainting spells, or are nervons sleep
lees excitable, melancholy or troubl
ed with dizzy spells, Electric Bitters
is the mecijeine you need. Health
and Btrength are guaranteed by its
use. Large bottles only fifty cents at
Fetzer's Drug store. :
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THE PRESIDENT IN A STOIW.
Ifc SI nyi;n the Mown tanairh Rcrli
In Sptir of tc i?onf-U Ttvyne.
Woodsoll, Mass., Oct, .10 1 he
'Prrnt'tn?i srwl nnvf? "mnlriili.-irr pr.
Governor Rasceil, Private Secretary
liurber, E C Benedict at;d W It
GiWer, had an exceedingly rough
voyage from Nuuepon to Woodsoll
today in a steam launch ownc-d by
Ocmnicdore Foibes. No one expeeted
(hem to cress ia the "ac: of such e
S'o.-m." The launch could not reach
the land at the wharf on awmat of
heavy tea. Finally the party bud :o
go around to the hVu commission
whrtrf before lhe coa!d iund in
Carriages were iu waiting to take
ihern to the depot. It wta an ex
ceedingly rouh passage, but the
President remained on deck in pre
ference 10 staying in the cubic, and
was very little disturocd. There on
deck got a severe wetting. All of
the party except Governor Piussell.
teft the train at Gray Gablts. The
party bad good success deer hut. ting
ccterdtiy at Iaiispon ucd 1 rcughi
home Boine specimens.
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Yon f rnct
kLJ? k XJ -U' va-i ti :asi s. ?,;
IbOH.S, ULCERS on I
F2MPLS3, 50RES J
.'your b'ood is bad. A itw bottk-s of . S. c..v;uS
Thmouglilj' cleanse ti; s3'.c:n, renw.'ft i'-li --;;
$!puritics ani build you up. All laaniwr c: oaa-p
Khv its tisc. It is the test blnod renuc3 ear'.'a.)?
Ey virtue of a desreo isa-.lo ir, a
fipecial proceeding, in the fc'uperici
couit for Cibnrrus county, July th
27th, 18S4, entitled "In the inntto.
of the estate of 8. P. Brunavd Kiiu
mon&, insane, by II. M. Kimmons
guardian, expurte," and duly t;ps
proved by Henry It. Bryiin, Jude
presiding, at July torm, iSOi, oisaici
court, 1, aaa coiuiiiissioncr of 8&i3
court, will sell, b pubhe auction,
at the door-cf the court Louse in
Concord, on I-ronday, the 5th Jay of
November, 1S'j, to ttie higheit bid
der, oao tract of Liiid, contaiui:;?
one hundred and thirtvthreo (133)
acre?, ino-atly iii Grcb Orchard ton
chin iij.MeekluL'tj-r;, btinga'pirt of
what v.-ES for.atily i.nown 3 the
Sairuei KioiMaons home plao;?, on
t&e dividing hue botweca baid coun
ties and adjoiniD the Ihv.C.i cf D. L.
Aloxajder, fi F&vette HtaH'orJ, SJ.
II. Johnsoii at-d otlieis; fend a
second tract of Jaud conttani:
Hfteeii and acifs, in sai.J
townebip, known as lots No. 1. anfi
No. 2. in diviior; of &vA-:- of Znri
Pharr and aJjoiuiufr 3ai;ds of Lee
Dulm and T fl Firrc".v. Xorias cf
saio, ono third (j) cash, and ia:ancf
to L-o Pi'd I on tli;: I -t day oi 2,-jveut-ber,
200, securod by note cf pur
char vii'i t;vo goo.I F.UiC.!.i;s.
li. LI. KI3d.Mt)-3. G-uurdian,
Sspt. 19. 1M4. ('r-!iiniisbii:er.
Having f.:Tministered on the rstaL-t
oi" J. Fraui: Piithel, decD.-.sed, ail
perEGiu a'to aro indebted to the es
tate oi said deceased are hero!)? no
ticed to cosae forward aud settle,
and all peracus w o hold claims
against te eate cf tlio said de
ceased mutt present the same to iiie
for pa-yment within tv.-eivts tuonthfe of
the date of this notice, or it viil be
pleeded in bar of thoir recovery.
May lv, 1691. J. V. Petiiei,,
Havins qnatiJied as administrator
oi Jacsea A I'ortor, deceased, ali
persons owing said t-s'att aro hertj
by r otifibd that they must nne im
mediate payment or. suit viil bo
brought; and ali persons havi-is
claims against said cstata must pre
sent them to the nndorsigned duiy
authen cicatcd en cr before tho 18cL
day of September, 1SS5, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. A. Isr, Karris,
Sopt. 131891. Administottor.
SALE OF VALUABLE TO WS
li? virtue of authority,, vested ir
ua by i.n assismuient mad by J h
Ijshor aii-.l wife, on tho 23th day ci'
January, 1ES7, rnc" vrhich is duly ro
corded in the Hor-ibtti's offico tor
Cabarrus county, in took I, and
F2,i;e 859, we wi:i eoll at tho cou. s
l ouse door iu Concord, at public
auction, to tue lugnest o:uaer ior
5th, lh94, tho follov.-ii;a: property:
First, the Southern hsuf. of tlx
house and lot krown aa the J b
J;'i6htr house and lot, ar-joining
James O Gibsoj en l ethers, it beii
theromainder ot tho Jot after the
homeRtead is deducted from U
second, tho reversion or rennindf-r
is the pirt of tho lot which las
heretofore been laid oil to said
Fisher as a homestead, October 2.
W. J. Hill, i
P. B. Fetzek
SALE OF VALUABLE LAND.
Bj virtue of a deed cf trust ee
cuted to me, W II Kerr, by J F Ir
win, on the 23rd day of March, 1891,
and recorded in the office of Eegis'
ter of Deeds in and ior Cabarrus
County, in Becord of Mortgages Xo
5, poges 282 and 283, I will -sell for
cash at the Court House door m
Concord, at 1 o'clock, p. m on
Monday the 5th day of November
next, that tract of land situate in
number one towns-hip, 6aid county,
adjoining what are known as tho
C It Irwin lands, the C A Alexan
der lands and the Nicholson land?,
and containing two hundred and
thirty sevnn acres, more or less, for
the metes and bcundari s of which
reference is mfid to faid recorded
deed of trust. This 29ih of Sept,
W II Krr, Trustee.
189-1. By W G Means. Attorney.
Under a moitgage executed by Jobc
W. Jones and wife, E. P. Jones, on the
5th da of February-, 1804, registered iu
book No. 7, pa.se 282, in the ollice-cf the
Register of Deeds for Cabarrus county,
I, as trustee in taid mortgage, wil! sell
on Monday, the 5th eiay of November,
1804, at the Court Bouse in Concord,
the tract of land adjoining tho School
House lot, John Johnston, and others,
beinij the dower lot of said E. P. Jones,
iiOIo. 3 township In aid county of Ca
hafrus,' '. . containing thirty. (30)
:s more or less J. A. Ka.JKi, J-
I . t-t. ft, 1SSH. - 'irusice
kt 1 hous iiiS5 wno nae usee it pay sj. ;
" My L.l..oJ .isl...iily poisonc! a yt: r.r-H-!. pnt nr.v
WwSluli-' Wsfc.ni oiitofoid-r "liscsscdaml o'niusouauv,
inf:C:f.a,- naittUc. u cnji.) :n ;:it vflife. Tlf .'-"),'
' --r- lumht n c ri'lit (.lit. ILtrciS n. uctt?r.v
?..'J.'jS2.-fll JOHN i.AVi.V. in,: r-b:- ,
KTieatise on hlod and skin dheates mailt:-trne.J'
SWIFT SPKClrlC CO.,At:ar,ta,Oa.v
I vii! lisit the places below lor
the purpose of collecting tascs'on
the days slated, durijig the month
of October, viz ; '
No, 1 , Monilaj', 15.
" 2, Tut-sday, 1C.
" 3, Wtdneediw, 17.
" 4, Thursdiy, 18.
" 5, Friday 19.
" G, Saturday. 20,
" 7, Mondfiy, 22.
" 8, TiifEday. 23.
" . P, Wodntsday. 24.
" 10, Ti:tira;3Mv, 25.
" 11, If'ri.lav, 20.
" 12, Saturday, 27.
Those failing to meet me at tie
ibove nini.-d racea Jsud settling
their tasej wiil be. visited by myacif
or deputy at ence, with the express
purpoe-e of collecting Jhe faxes due
The taxes snnst be wound up by the
31st day of rexf; Decenber. The
candidates ill r.ll le there and will
begin spc-akin? at 1 o'clock.
L. M, MoRPifON,
fihcrifTCabarrusJGo., N. C,
Snv.. 19, 1894.
0:9 t'SF-SchiS1 13 THE BEST.
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?--. : : ! V:.,l " EXTRA FINE.'"
S & -A?- i t2.H.73 BcysSciisolShces.
if ENO FOR CATALOGUE
i'ca t-::E cave ramer fcr purcUttslns . i..
IfmteinH lt s,
Leci'-cc,-7.-e ure the largest icanufactarers of
advertised shoes in the world, and guarantee
the value by stamping the name end price on
tlie bottom, which protects j ou Pjfait,st hifh
prices and the miildleraar. s profits. Our shoei
crual custom work in f'yle, eusy fitting and
wearing qualities. We have thim sold every
where at lower prices for the value given than
ariv other make. Tahe no substitute. If your
dcu.cr cauuol supply you, we Cim. Sold by
I ha?e located iu Goutrd for the
practice cf medicine sr.d surgery,
and respectfully adk she puhlic for a
share of their patronage I may be
foMud at my office at any hour of
the Way or night when not cut pro
fe?siinal!y, ur.d will gladly respond
to all calls pminptiy.
OCice under tht cf Aiontgoraery
;f J. II i-k.t. M. 1)
Dr. J. E. CARTLAND,
Makes a specialty of lilling
teetli without pain. Sixteen
yeais experieaco. Oflice over
LipparJa cc Earner's tove
aftnr Fab. S, 1804. j'J5
J. II. Od!l, Presidcu!.
D. I). Coitrarir', Cashier.
L. D. Coltrsiie, Book keeptT,
F. M Od.L
W. K. Oueil.
sj. F. Cm.! oj
.T W. Cf.; ;-i.i
V7. II. LiSlT.
V CIS .
If so, cr.!! aud see us. We havt
ust purchased a".i"v Cpticin'is outfit,
Ca meaeore jour Eye-eight and fi.
This is v.ht Opticians geiicralT)
charge from $5.00 to 20,00, t
charge eothing. Our only ch.argi
is forClasses you purchase.
Mount . Amoena
A Flourishing School for Young
Ornamental Bratches Receive
REV. C. L. T. FISHEE, A. ,M
IvlOUNT PHEASANT N. C
Hiving qualified as the sdminis
trator, with tiie will annexed, of I.)
A Sides, deceased, all persons owirg
said estate re here hy Eotifit d that
they must make immediate paymtnt
or Butt will be brought. And- nil
persons haying claims sga'nst said
estate must present them to the uns
dersigned, duly authenticated, on or
before theNst day of September,
1895, or this nftte will be plead in
b&r of their recovery. ., "
-r: A; W Moose, Adm'r.
By W. M.SsnkH, Attorney.
This, 29 H-tr v-t,1894.. r
We h;ive a limited na;..b r oi bandsoiae Sterling
Five Octaves, lour s?ts of two and ose-kalf Octave N
Reeds, eleven renttioe stops, two Knee SweJUs with a
EICH s AND POWERFUL TONE
v only $70.00, payable &.00 cash and $3.00 monthly,
or $00.00, payable $10.00 cash and balance November
15, 1894, a beautiful PAKLOU ORGAN Tor $60.00,'
payable $5.00 monthly until paid for.
Doa't forget that we hare a splendid
nnd make a specialty
tut-iiig and repairing.
LL'DDEN & BATES' SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE,
MAIN HOUSE, SAVANNAH, GA.
CHARLOTTE BRANCH, W. M. WHEELER, Manager.
S5 K i
PRICKLY ASK, POKE HOOT
fZ AND POTASSIUM
z Kcrvelcus Cirres
in yiGod Poison,
P. P. P. purlfirs tboMoo-1, bTlildsr.p
the weak and debilitated, givea
etrer.gch tn wcrirened norves, ex?a
dieases.ijir ';i;r tiie put lent health ttrii
huppincsa wi:ra sict'tiees, Kluiry
Jeeax-KS act! latsicnda lirst prevailed.
Vov primary, Boon."sry end tertlnry
ffvp.inia, for blood psonlnfT, inerou
rial poison, malari.i, dyspepsia, and
In il bloc, im.l skin dl&eneH, like
blotchfis. p: npita, old chronio ulcere.
fc'.z-mr,-ve may say, without fiar oc
0'tt ti.tfjlction.ttnt P. P. P. 13 thebe.3U
bltKul vuri!ier f n t!io TvrlrJ.and ma fee 3
positive, KTiosoy z.hj periiiu,ncatcurt:n
. c nose r-ysttjins vto poisoDtl
f.r.c wi bioo2iaia so impure c'ot ::
tWiii, -it:-; tu r.irnstrttii ir. '.VJ'.r-ritin,
Ere r-eciirnriy '"n-.':t;1 iy tUo won
derful toilc KH'i blo i?Lauatrp pro--e--t.es
oE P. P. P.-Priciiiy Ath, puto
liuot tiid Potr.fcsicm.
RVHiyrrzLn, MO., t. U$J Ii:
I c.-.n in tlio i?:.-riuzt ia-:r-cf
yr-MT m oloine f-omr.-y oth r.-ri;::; 1
kiiowKMiaTi. I wn r.!tol.O(i wi: ?. w .-t
tiic-i.iM, i-ifiuri.-iy H3-i ri'.ot-matlsm foi
3rye3 r, w .s rrav-'l by tho Terv bc-sS
Fhytiiciar. aao apvut. nirc oi g
:r:', rri xi cvfry known remedy wit:i
out i'ntllr-fi rWiOf. lliiiTc oniy ?ai;n
crirf no:.-;Io of yoar P. P. P., ana c. u
ci.jwfull ' c&y It U-j dono men: -o
og ti.L.i an t:iiuJ I fcuve over tiikT .i.
I en rocon.r.on1 yoar ir.cilicir.o co ail
buiicrur-i oi th above- di.-oases.
RAW MATERIAL CHEAl
Fenix Flour Mills.
We are now selling FLOUR.cteaper than it Las ever been
sold in Concord, especially when the quality of the gools'ia
taken into consideration.
We have just mailed to onr customers, quotations which
are extremely low. Wheat and corn always in demand atN
highest market prices. We iill orders prompt lyf r.nd iurnish
price list on application.
CoBossrd, N. C.
Wo PdiQ Most
arc r.3t ;He scv.-t-aws cad girr.cracks
've 2al'.KT u'.iout us. Every life, of
ceurss. has ?U sacred tinseled treas-
vji, b.ir !:i iliio practical worfc-a-day
frU-l ' -.nn is pone to value most
ii,-.: ii::i::js whitn setvc him best.
Is'oi muca sentiment in this, per
haps, but scs-.e sense all the same.
Machine of Stce!
trSrc? fl: nt ns!: the? v;oi'd ever,
ilaid.ef'l. cf thousands of grain
growers call itti.s best harvester
ti; .jor tluit ever went inta a
p-ain tic! I, ad tlic-y prize it accord
ingly. It isn't se;iirr.ent with thera
it's jnst plain, old-tashicned cora
moa sense. Tliey ii!e it best bc
caase it serves ttera test.
It costs more money than some
harvesters, bat tint's because it's
more valuable. Its advantages mcie
than offset the addod cost.
The " Machine of Steel" is built
to harvest the grain crop of the
world, and to do it better than any
' Perhaps you maf car; tot' know more
about Ibis barvotcr. Cur catalogue wiil
ESsCOEHICK HAtrfESTlNQ KACHINE CO.
- , CHICAaO. ILL.
fjrke Wads worth, Agents.
ofboth Piano and Oran
and Old Sores
ire entirely ranond by P.P J. '
Pr!skl" A-., Poko Roo nnd Pots
aam, the crusteat tiood purifier on
AB"ttrFTTW, O., July 2t, 1891. .
Mzoi Lii-rMAS Bkoh. , eavanauh,
: Rkai: t::s I bcusrhc a boulfc-or '
jour P. P. IV at Hot Hrriujrs.Arjt.,and
:T h.m ilone me more i irt -f '"
ar.on'hn' treatment at ttiu-T
Bond three- bnttios O. G U.
jar. m. irrrwTei
Aberdeen, Bruwo Coun'j-,
Capt. 1. 0. Jotascten.
To aU vhom V. ipnv concern: I fceto
by t astlfy to the wonderful propertied
ot P. P. P. for ernptlon ot f-he Bkln, I
siiTleTe 1 l'cr several y.ars with an uq
sfKhtly and tiisaprreeabio eruption ob
my faoe, I tried eery known remo
dy but in Tain, until P. P. P. was oaod.
and am now entirely cared. -
(Signed by) J. D. JOHNSTOK.
Elcln Caacer C-tre.
TetHmonyfrom the Maycvof Se gvin, Tea,
Rsvnr, Trx., Jinn-ry 14, 1R93.
Mk&.-I'3. Lii-I'Man Bros., Savannah,
Ca. : jextit;.ienl iRve tried yoar P.
i5. P. fur a dtr.ease of tlie nfcin, nsnaily
Lrno n as skin cancer. of thirty years
standing, and lound creat relief: lfi
:unil'.-i: tha blcc,; pud removes all lr
ritr.tlon Iron tii,- Beat of the disease
and prevents cr.y enreadlna of the
oori-s. I hat-9 fcilsen flveor six bottles
nnd f,.-i? confluent thnt another course
, 111 effect a eiiro. Ii us also relieved
.:c fr'.-n lndiefton and etoioacb
t-OuLiea. Vonrn tr-i!r,
OAPT. 'V. M. ETJST,
Attorney at Law.
m ti. S3 DSSGase3 gfficJ Free.
ATX DRUGGISTS SELL IT.
G. T. CEO WELL, Proraftor.
A Waon Lea
does not necessarily imply ccuu-t.t
and happiness on the part of iit
possessor. It is not money that
gives' us pleasure, but the thirds
that money will buy.
Some people spend money fool
ishly, and fancy they find enjoy
ment in doing ft, but the pleasure
is more fancied than real.' Soman
No. 4 Steel Mower-.'
can ever be accused of spending
money foolishly,, and he'll find a
hundred reasons to convince him of
his wisdom. . -
We- are building the No. 4 to
meet the demand- for -a really su
perior mower, one that embodies the
prime, requisites of durability, con
venience and light drafj,
You'll like this mower; hot merely
because thousands of otherVafmeri
like it, hut'vbetause it is a-itijkirl
likeable machine. . If yon reJgcwg-U
the No, 4. -. sfJ-
Get the McCormick Cmtakxrne iy'wJi
All geau ioraah it om iiemtioa.) J
CC0RMIQ.f STIN6 KACHIKrCtl.