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Thursday; MAECU Sb, 1295.
THE FAKfEES SOID Cl'I J T THE
51 FX THEY BSKTJ TO VA t.i Kill.
It will be a shock to be honest
farmers of the Stat2 when their
commission racrciemti retire to
make advancements to them to run
another crop till th-y py e very
"cent they owe.- Thosj who would
not go cab to hear anybody but
their own candidates last yesr.will
go oat next campaign to learn how
they have been sold' ou: to the gold
bugs of Baltimore, by the men they
sent to the Douglass Legislature.
What is tbatjsix per cent coney
to a man when his credit is de
stroyed? It is like thapietotbe
little boy who didn heve the
nickle to bay it nothing.
It would be humilia i ,)g to the
Legislators to escape the v rath of
the people by pleading ignorance. It
is degrading to the S ate ct North
Carolina to admit taa1. ttf Legis
lators have""been Louth by a
chamber of coinmercj fcr twig.
News and "Observer.
THEAOX-FAKTI.VY i I ART.
The Governor b.33 ret enly a very
able, but a very cjot ervalive legal
adviser, and if he tun ctt a fair
shake from the "nor arucan judi
ciary" the hop33 f tome legislative
appointees are apt to be blasted.
The flippant way in v hich our es
teemed contemporary creeks of the
only true and genuine (see "the
name blown on th 3 bottle ') non-partisan
court the S a'e ever had, will
shock those who .'peak with bated
breath when they mention this sacred
court, "Get a fvir 1 heke" indeed !
The Observer will bo reprimanded
by the "liefcrmnv' if it uses such
an expression in reference to the
present ccurt. IVcw is such parti
flans as Shepherd, 1-IacKae and Bur
well were oa the leueh, this ecu.
tempt of the cci-.i-t rr.itht be phased
unchallenged. I ia trr.3 that
neither of then t :,r :an for a State
office, and ncv.r engaged in the
partisanship of a o:ate campaign,
bjj ilieyTere "pariiiacs'and could
not be stt on a pedestal. Eat what
could be 65''.! of them with impunity
-.! rpciieu cr tne
er will "get a fair
tunitj cf ehow-
reaiiy :,n& truly
or , hether they
out the caucus
decree '-'..! I cok and Ewart in
wheth ' 1 Charlotte Observer.
Hi" way a fusion paper
feelac C to talk about fusion-,
ists. It i s.u edciorial in the last
idsua of the Progressive Farmer :
. "Ths Arrirgton investigating com
mittee hdd mother session on last
We.dnctdi.y, Campbell had been
drunk all he while. Phillips got
v drunk 21 soon as he came back
Br: n, cl Chatham managed to get
Phillip Eober and a meeting was
beld. Bryan was elected Chairman
and adjourned the meeting until
bin Arrington "gets her specific
charges in shape. -;
Lccally you will see an account of
. nomo painting that has been dene.
Ihs color compromises Uncle Billy
in- ro is no grea
j?nvy m hi3
i he Fusion Legislature passed a
C per c:nt. interest bill claiming
taa it was for the benefit of the
4,poor farmer,'- and then, as if to
meek him with false hopes, turned
: -round and passed a law preventing
h.m f rem borrowing money at any
f rice. That is the effect of the law
in regard to mortgages, bought
through by lobbyists employed by
the Baltimore Board of Commerce.
Baleigh News & Observer.
As we have.said before the publoi
will not know just what the Doug.
Legislature did for months to come.
The Dong.'a themselves don't know.
Little by. little it comes forth. The
thieves and bums in and of the com
post heap stole ' bills' and .Blipped
others through to such an alarming
extent that we all must wait.
r A great reduction in pension ex
pendurea .has. been brought about by
the preent administration. The total
amountt appropriated for 1893 was
f 1-65,41 i,000, for-1894, '$180,681,000
for : 1895, $151,681,000, and- for
wser - iJjcatcu. tninirs me cost
'is likely" to stick for two or three
years, ihe falling off from deaths
and other causes being counterbal
anced by first payments in new pen
sions allowed, which often embrace
-a amounts of wreare. "
is irrevere 1 -
J : "Every effort I hava made for re-3
Our appropriations exceed those
of any previous Legislature, Senas
I am opposed to the bi appropria
tions. This Legislature is ppendiag
more money than any p reyi:us body.
These lobbies haye been tilled with
peon'e sdtoiat-'ts: l"rge sppropria
tionr. end thev have had more in
flufcscs. ikaator Hoover.
Beware of Spring, the fickle flirt,
Vficse treachery long has been avowed
And do not doC your ianucl fliirt
Unless j en want to don a shroud.
The Atchison Globe savs : Follow
any woman during Lent and you
will come to a stand-still at a fashion
Korner writes asaiu today. He
is very much pleased wi'h the re pres
sentative mass meeting Friday
night. It is sometbiDg to be pund
We haye two weeks in which to
decide whom we want for the sever
al town rffices. Let Democrats put
their Iiead3 to the problem and sol - e
Why shouldn't this country aeet
Snain half wav. If we remember
correctly, Colambus came all the
way a:.d even set foot on Americr.n
soil. Be brave.
Now that we are to haye a teles
phone exchange in Concord and thty
will reduce the price, they might
try to reduce the amount of mush
in the mouths of many who will
use the phone?.
The mayors court ia its last days
13 becoming a busy Eceuc. It has
even commenced to clean up, as is
evidenced by its cittir g on a ''rattle,
snake " soap cr.se.
Ignatius Donnelly and Sidney M
Ontiii, Populist candidatea for Gov
ernor of ilinneatclis at the kat
eloc'ion, say the People's party wil!
net oin tne free eilyer 'come
"While a Georgia editor was ad
rcEsing an audience, fifteen cab
bages were thrown oa the stage,
thritk to:, ladies and gpntlenen,'
he s: id. "ilv Si -rden fss hille.l by
the vecett MiEzsrd cud I bf-ve
lars-j faisil" to Eu-porr. AH that 1
'd is a basket!"
SfEiitor J J Jj'jr.g,-! Jii:8teru
Kortii Carolina, died Saturday- lie
was one of the appointees to the
Agricultural Department. Gov,
Carr will have a vacancy to fill if
the Supreme Court uslair:,3 the ac
tion cf the Doug Legislature.
Just as has been sail time and
again, the same doubted and denied
by all who worshipped athi? throne,
Marion Butler, whom the Lea;isla
ture has made TJ. S. Senator, has
gone straight on the Kepubllcan
side, bridle and all. lie comes
nearer being fit for tuch association
than with any others.
Did You Ever
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for
your troubles f If not, get a bottle
now and get relief. This medicine
ha3 been found to be peculiarly
adapted to the relief and cure of all
Female ComplamtP, exerting S""won
derful direct inlUieECe" in giving
strength acrf-tcrne to the organs. If
you have Loss cf Appetite, Consti
pation, lleadache, Fainting Spells,
or 8?iilfccyous,' Sleepless, Excitable,
tlelancholy or troubled with Dizzy
Spells, Electric Bitters 13 the medi
cine you need. Health and Streogtb
are guaranteed by its nse. Lirge
bottles only fifty cents at Fetzer's
AH taxe3 not paid in full by the
first of April will be advertieed fcr
sale. IL. M. Moeeisok,
The skating riuk at Waiter's Hall
did not materialize.
ZZj?7 w.BKe&ons i0.i7bi.
tjf OUWHAW. M.C. U.S..
y 5 1 1 fret vss g-i aiy
What A'orlb Carolina Women Will do
to Attract Attention n Atlnntn.
"The Populist'Kepublican com
bination in the North Carolina legis
lature," eaya tB6 Baltimore Sun,
"find it hard to get ahead of V-?.
noble women of the Tar Heel State.
The lalies recently had a bill intro
duced into the legislature providing
for a display of the work of the wo
men of North Carolina at Atlanta,
but it was tabled. Not discouraged,
the ladies haye decided upon a most
appropriate and unique exhibit at
tbe approaching expocition: Ia the
room assigned to North Carolina in
the Woman's building at Atlanta
they propoea to place a large bare
pine table, and upon this table, in a
frame, the petition and bill which
the Senate so promptly tabled, and
in another fr.me a pictuie of the
members of the Senate. . With the
ayes and noes marked. Only this
and nothing more, but it will tell to
all who yisit the exposition in At
lanta why the women of North
Carolina have no work ou exhibition
there." Two tablen will be needed.
Charleston News and Courier.
There should be another table
witn the life-sizsd portrait of Fred
Douglass on it, and tagged with the
names .of those who, in . the lower
house, adjourned and wept.l
Another Newsy Letter.
Out of twenty farmers of this
section, seventeen have declared they
will no; use "bought fertilizers"
The Kev. Mr. Bryant will preach
at Bethel church the fifth Sunday
in this month.
Prophet I-IcAnulty is on a bee
line for China in search of gold.
lu Epite of cheap pork, pigs go
readily at one to two dollar3.
Mr3. J C Ilonb, after a lingering
tichresa of eight weeks, is convales
cing. There is a scarcity of street po
tifoes for bedding.
The mail haa been getting here
two hours behind the schedule for
There is talk of a singing school
at Bethel. m
The oat fields appear to have gone
through the flint mill during the
J C Hough has about fiuished his
new barn, which is very conveniently
arranged and extremely architectu
ral and commodious.
Book agents are on the war path
'.gjin eeeling whom they may de
An organiziticn known as "The
Educational Aid Spciety" will prob
ably be formed at Bethel academy
S L Kluttz, Ecq., enjoys the dis
tinction of having more occupations
than most any of ue, being farmer,
merchant, apiarist, Secretary County
Alliance, Sunday school superinten
dent, and lait.but not least, a magis
trate. Miss 3eulab Gerome, a former
student of ours, is teaching a very
interesting school at Bethel Acad
emy. We wish for her the greatest
possib'e sccces3, and knowing, as we
do, her aspirations to be of the high
est and purest type, we predict for
her a bright future.
Mr. Johnson Miller had an en
tertainment at the close of his
school that was very creditably
music by Eardis band.,,-
ClearGrefk, March 25.
SonelamiHeti I7tf It"1
The Raleigh correspondent to the
Charlotte Observer furnishes a dis
noyery that wps made Tuesday,
which caused considerable comment
on our streets today. It is as fol
!o .vs :
An act of the Legislature has been
discovered in the Secretary of State's
office, without doubt a "ineaked-in-bil),"
which ' is far-reaching and
damaging since no debts can be pre
ferred, by " mortgage or otherwise.
It also prevents the borrowing of
money on mortgage oa real estate or
chat; els, or on crops by a TFon
who is in debt to parties other than
the lender. It reads as follows :
"An act to regulate assignments :
"The General. Assembly of North
Carolina do enact : Section 1. That
all conditional sales, assignments,
mortgages or deeds in trust which
are executed to Recure any debt, obi
ligation, note or bond which give
preference to any creditor of the
niaKer, shall be absolutely vcid as
to existing creditor?. Sec. 2. That
all lus-s Li conflict with this act ae
hereby repealed. ScC. 3, That this
act shall be in force from ' and after
it? ratification. Ratified 3rd day of
There is likely to be much trouble
growing out of transactions contrary
to the above made emce the 3rd day
of March, for this set was not ki.owr.
oL unt'l yesterday. j
When Baby was sicfe, we gave her Castoria.
W'hoa she was n Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Kiss, she clung to Castoria.
j When she had Children, she gave the'u Castoria.
On the bcalb of Geueral Bar ringer. '
At a meeting of the survivors cf
Co. F., First N$rth Carolina Caval
rv, March 9, 1595, the following
tnnute was adopteel :
The survive of Co. 'F., First
North Carolina Cavalrf feel that in
the death of -General Eufus Barring
er their-association has sustained an
As members of his original com
pany we pay a tribute to his barvery
and chivalry as a company, regi
mental and brigade commander in
the dark darn of civil strife. In Lira
were blended all the attributes of a-i
With tender i;Sfec:on we ncall
his eohcitude fervour welfare on the
battle field and our comfort in tic
The characteristics of the true
patioicaod Christian soldier imbiied
in hioi are worthy of the highedt
We honor him for his grjat useful
ness and sterling worth in private
To him, our honored leader, ia due
our briliunt record ou the fn'd and
cur prosperity as an Association of
To his en -rgy and efficiency as a
historian, we are indebted for the
preservation of our annals as North
In respect to bis memory we set
apart the Second Tuesday in August
of each year (previously suggested by
h?m) as the day for cur annual
May ths Divine Commander
guide and gurd the bereived who
were endeared to him by the holiest
and strongest tits cf erathly ailec
J. L. Turner
h.. v cope Committee,
w. D Astiiony
I SIX DOLLAR
is fust the tkijifr for business and pro
fessional men who kaixa few letters
to write an i want thote letters to
iotik well. Doctors and lawyers.
p'-eially, find it very han.iy. Chil
dren easily an.i quickly learn to
write on it.
H xtiil do fust as food work as
the $100.00 machine. Of course
it is not quite as fast. It is simply
constructed, easily harned, easily
We'll send you a tetter written
on ft along with a special circular
if jo u'U send us your address.
3 PJPTH A VP . NPVV VfiPV
f 4$si?k School
"t "Vi n: e u e .
i'i KaU Bank,
D. B. Ccltranb, . Casb'cr.
L. D. CoLTitAJTii, Assistant Cashier
J. M. Odell, D. F. Cannon
Elam King, J, W. Cannon,
w. li. Odell,. W.H.Lilly,
. - D. B, COLTKANE.
THE ARM LOCK
Adjusted at both ends.
The most comfortable Bed
Spring yet known to the
world. It will not get one
sided it stands perfectly
equare and will not bes
THE ARM LOCK
is in many of the best
homes in town and county,
Mr John P. Allison and
Dr. L. M. Archey say it
is complete and they
would not do without
For further particulars call
on me or address,
J, Wallace Cook.
GET THE BEST
When yon are about to buy a Sewing Machine
do not be deceived by alluring advertisements
and be led to think you can get the best made,
finest finished and - "
ior a mere song. See to it that
yon buy from reliable manu
facturers that have gained a
reputation by honest and sq uaro
dealing, you will then get a
Sewing Machine that is noted
the world over for its dura
bility. You want the one that
is easiest to manage and is
There is none in the world that
can equal in mechanical con.
struction, durability of working
parts, fineness of finish, beauty
in appearance, or has as many
It has Automatic Tension, Doable Peed, airtce
uo txitn sides ot needle (patentee), no otner nas
" ; New Stand (patented), driving wheel hinged
on adjustable! centers, thus reducing friction to
WRITE FOR CIRCULARS.
THE SEW EGME SEWIKG MACHINE CO.
Oiujiok, Miss. Bcctox, Vass. ffi TTntow BonARa, H. T
OHioieo, iix. St. Louis, Mo. Dum Txua,
- BU FAOlB0O, CAb ATLANTA, (iA,
FOR SALE BV
.YORKE & WALWORTH
t r . 1 ..
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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's xrescriytion for Infants
and Children. It contains neitlier Opium, Morphine nor
other Karcotic substance. li ij a bariaiess substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing' Syrups, and Caster Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is flirty yenTs' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys TVernii anil allays
fevcrishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Scnr Cnrel,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomaclz
and bowels, giving healthy and natural s?eep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good efieet upon their children."
Be. G. C Osgood,
" Castoria .s the best remedy for children of
which I am acq.inted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the
real interest of their children, and use Castoria
instead of the various qur.ck nostrums which
are Ucstroying their loved ones, by fort- Q
opium, morphine, soothing syrup aud other
hurtful agents down their throats, thereby
sending them to preinct:'c graves."
. DR. J. F. KlNCHELOB,
The Centaur Company, 77
Or, J. E, CARTLAND
flakes a speoialty of filling
teeth without pain. Sixteen
yeais experience. Office over
Lippards & Barrier's store
after Feb. 8. 1894. i25
SALifl OF LAXD.
Under and by virtue of acccreeof the
Superior Court of Cabarrus county in a
ppe!:ial proceeding entitled, x-dward
Gray, J Dove and Ilarry Gray 1. 7 his
next friend, A J Stoutrb, cx partec, I,
John D liost, as commissioner, will ex
pose to public sale on the first Monday
in April 18!)5, the same bcinjj tlie lirst
day o April, at 1 o'clock, p m, in front
of the couit bouse d( or in Concord, a
certain tract of land in-No. 11 township,
said comity, adjoining the land of J
Doyc, M J Corl, J KceJ and J C Furger
son, containing (40) forty acres more or
less which said laud is f ally set !orth in
the ccmplaiiit or petition filed in said
Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance
on six months credit, note and approved
security required with inteict from il.ite
of sale. 'J itle reserved till af. piuchr.se
ofmoaey is paij J SO. I HOST,
F'ebv 13, 'Jo. Co"Jini!3;ione
By find tinder authority Te&ted in
me in a died cf trust from J i'vey
Crue, and !uly registered m the
Kegii?r'fi office for Cabarrus county
in Book 5, p-igea 232-0, I, as trustor,
wiJl expose to puLiic oalo for cash,
at the court house door m Concord
on ilo'.idy, tho 13th day of April,
1895, a!l tLat trcct jf laDd named in
Feid deed of trust, tuljoiciLfr the
lands ;of Richard AVj, ker, Alary
t-itctiie, D SI Cruso ii'id otir.;,:i
No- C towESi.ir, sr.iJ county, beirv
a piirt of the Sauiiy Crse i wX oi
land aud Jaii eff to s 'id J j.rey
Cruse in division of land and con-
t'lDicia the aj;refne twi Rfres
an t boiut? ia two UaH, olc cf 47J
acres and tbo other I7J iicrep. Sale
to take place it-12 o'ciook noon" on
said day. JULIA. WIIEELKR,
Nee JUJjIA. JfiSHlCK,
This March 1G, 1895. Truslea,
By virtue of authority vestfd in
me by a Mortgagra or Det d in Trust
executed ;i the 21st day or Ieb
ruary, 1890, byM. M. Purr trd his
wife, which mortsacte id duly rcc 1
ed in Register's oliice for CabHrms
Co.. in Bock No. 5. pages 14 a: d 13.
I will sell to the bis'uest bidder, for
cash, at the coartousedoor In Con.
cord on Monday the (5:h day of May,
1895, the following tract' of land :
Adjoining the kuds of Ephriiim
Bost, Eve Purr ai.d others; begin
ring at a P. O. by Pine atd i'. O.
Eve Furr's corner au 1 runs N35E
36 poles to a small P. O. in the old
line by 2 P. ), thence N G3 W 121
poles crossing the creek to a Piue
.Scot in Boat's line by 2 Hickory's;
thence S 70 W 50 links to n Hickory
formerly P.O-; thence S 25 W 23
pol- s to a P. O ; thence S 77 W 52
pcles to a stone, then S 38 E 13
poles to a P. O. ; thence S 45 W 47J
poles to a small 6 tote pile; tkeuoe S
75 V 33 coles crossing the great
road to a stone by Pine; thence S
15 W 66 poles to a P. O ; tnence S
30W49 poles to t email P. O.;
thence S 67 E 39 polea to a Hickory
thence N 38J E 35 poles to a el one
in old line; then-ce S 79 E 15 poles to
a maple crossing creek; thence N 49
E 10 poles to a maple; thenco N 20
E 10 poles to a maple; thence IN 30
E 5S polea to a inap''e; thence N 2iq
W 11 poles to a P. O , crossing creek
and road; thence N 51 E 108 poles to
a Hickory; thence IX 19 E 19 poles
to a Cedar in old iie; in t nee o 37 E
67i po es to the begmmntr, contain
ing one hundred and thirty five and
ttree fourth acrep, more or lest!, it
being the same tract of land which
was conveyed o M. M. Purr by A.
M Purr and wife on the 2oth day of
41. Bcgek, Trutt.r,
By W. M. JSmith, Atlbrroi-.
March 25, 1895.
A FlouiisDiag School for Your.g
Orameiital Braiches Receive
. Careful Aiteiition, ,
REV. C. L. T. FISHER, A. IIS
m otjnt;pleasant, n. c,
u dml J Wail
Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me."
B. A. Archer, M. D.,
hi So. Oxiord St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Our physiciars in the cbildren's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outride practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we arc frcs to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to lcok with
favor upen it."
Uniteo Hospital and Dispensary,
Allen C. Smith, Pres.
Murray Street, New York Clvy.
SALE OF EEAL ESTATE.
By authority of a noi-leaee ex8'
outed to me by Washington anci
Isabcliii Rfjed, oa the 2 day of
July, 1S86, 1 will cell at the court
house in (Joneord. to tli-j Insult
bidder, on the ISth d;iy of April,
ifjJ., r trace 01 jand coniftiniiiK aev
snty-fiva (75) teres, atlj jiniuf? the
lands of John AicAauity, J hu S
lun.or unci otaors, a part of the
L:iia iiaed iaiid.
L'IKAM DOS7 .
This larch 12, '95. Trnso.
Nokth Carolina ) CtTr ..,. m
Cabarrus c-untyf SmaJuob Cocut.
Elnm Sins'. Adni'-ciytrator nf
Hmon jjinkfr, plaintiff, va
Mathew Linker, Geo. Sroith,
Administrator of W . ."Linker,
J. P.Liuker, M. R. Linker and
ltdf. liatiey and wiff, M':n ie
On reaiii! and tiling tho rJll Jarit
of Elain Kins and is appearing to
the satisfaction of the Court that
Mathew Linker is a non-ret,ideu-, of
thti State of North Carolina and can1
not at t'r due diligence bd found
within this State; find it further ap
pearing the.t a ca ite of acion exists
agMi'jt the E-aii dj ei.dattp, and
th; t they are proper p.uii nec;:ss try
pta'-ka fnr- "rioa rci-ti'. ro real
nropf rtv In the h;"A'c. Veins aa p
piiiHtiou to cojileiua funds in the
clerk's eiliee whio'. were rofvized
from sale of tjinds, for assets t p y
di-bts aul charges ipot est;o of
Simon J,ink--r nru it is theietT e or
der ect, 'itjudeed and decreed that
servico of suiriinona on suid defend
s.nta be msidri by public "tion in the
Stai;.la"H, a veefcly nt-wspapf r pub
lished in the t.)wii of Concord,
Co":.nty and .State aforesaid, once a
weeltfc six consreutiv '.veeks, re
quirii.t; t said cfeii'litnts named
t. afore:,! ta be ! cpiijr ?t the
otiice o. t-e C.trk ot Ui's huperior
Court, ioi rtai'I County .ad Stftto, on
or before tut iSLh day of May, 1895,
and plead, nr.sw'e? o I'f-inur to ttie
complaint of the plai.nfift '.vlilc'i wil
be riled in this action within 10 day?
from this, dote, o.- Uto . p'iunirt wil!
apply in taft i:rr for the relief de
mandec! in th t compiuist and for
C03ts cf act ion.
Issued this, S'.h dav of March, 1S95
JAS. C. GIBSON,
Clerk Superior Court
Noktii L'aloi.ixa . . ,
CVoarru county vvznitm Goubt
Elam Kinpr, administrator c Ru
am S'v.e, c-ctigtct, plaiatiff,
vs. 2l J L.-e, Mary Jorton uuJ
huRbmd, I A Daifcn; JioBa
' Ilice and husband. Win Bice;
Joseph ijte. V H Lee, Jane E
Corzine, John M Lee, M A
Myers. M C Ptoujjb. Mervin
Fui person, Martha Ke ly and
husband. Kelly; Albert,
Frank, Elizabeth. Adam, Ste
pr:tm and fuervm i( urcerson,
iVlnry vieacham and iiUbbana.
John Ueach in-; Eli zibfh Fur
person, ltobert McGraw, Emma
Parnell and husband, td Par
noil; Isabella Smith and bus
band, Bob Smith; John C Fur
eerson. Cora Autst'n and hus
band, W O Austin; Elizabeth
Sossumon and hubb.-.nd, John I)
SoFsamon; Harriott Price and
husband, George Pi ice, and
Annie Furgrson, defendants,
It appearing to the satisfaction of
the Court from tno return of John
A Sims, Sheriff of Cabarrus County,
N. C, and from the affidavit cf
Llara lung hied in the aboveeuti-
tied action, tnat Jonn 31. Jjee. Mer
vin Furgerson, Martha Kelly and
husband, Kelly, Albert, Frank,
Hiijzabeth, Adam, btepnen and r.u
otter Mervin l'urererson a'e non
residents of this Stat., and after
due di leence cannot bs found
within the State of Ncrth Carolina,
and are necessar and proper
parties to the above-entitled special
proceeding, which has been begun
in said Couit to subject to
sale the real estate cf said Ituann
Stowe dfcpcrib d in the c m plaint ot
the p'.airjtirl for the purpose ol mak
ing upsets to ray the debts and
cirai ce6 of adminiatratton ou the es
tate of said Kmin Slowo and
whereas the said defendant John
W Lee, WerviD Furecrson. 31&rth
Ke!lv and busbann, Kelly, Al
bert. Frank. Elizabeth. At'aai.
Stephen an MeiTinl'nrgerson 1 ftve
an inteieet actual or tontingail m
heirs at law cf said liuasn Scjwa in
.Now. therefore, the saii John M.
' te, Mervin, Furgei eon, Llartha
Kelly and husbanu, Kelly.
Albert, , rank Ehzibetb, Adam,
S tphenand Mervin Futcerson are
hereby not fied that unless they be
and apprur at the ofuce of the Ciert
of the Superior Court of said county
and 3tato aforesaid on or before the
j 28th day of March, 1895 and plead,
answer or demur to the complaint
of the plaintiff in said epecial pro
ceeding, ttj?t the plp.iutitt' will tpply
to he Couit fo tbe relief aeu aned
ed in the c mpla'd and tor cctts.
Ibir, tth day oyfetruary, 1893.
A YOUNG W ARJ PREVENTED!
A crowd of eagt-r people were
Mirging into Pmithdeal &
Morri ' llartlware to see their
fall stocs of gun. Eich
man omceeded to arm him
self with a deadly weapon,
hut as the pans were un
loaded several accidents were
In the housi of rtiis firm jour
life is c lefully gnarcVd, (no
loaded gun unchained) ar.d
in the purchase of their
gools, your money goes fur
ther thai in any other Hard
ware store in 'he State. If
you don't believe it, come
and see our stock of
is complete, and must and
will be o!d as tde lowest
possible figure. We also have
a car load ot Buggies and a
stock of GUNS at losv 'Tariff
CALL AND BE CONVINCED,
THE BIOKST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK JN TI1E tiTATE
Ko Louse in Iortli Carolina can possibly make lower prices
on Shelf Goods, Agricultural Implements of the latest makes,
Buggies, Wagons, Hacks, Mowers. Guanos and Acids.
Try their Prices and Quality They've got the Stuff
Yokre i W a d s w o r t h
THIS IS YOUR
SlF YOTJ WANT, i A PIANO
FOR THE NEXT
sixty days only we will offer
some of our leading pianos at greatly
reduced prices. $'225 lor a $230
piano. A $325 Genuine Mathughek
f' r only $28?, Trand new instru
ments, new ttylop, lowest prices
ever known fcr these instruments,
.We li&e a very few entirely new
pianos, in latest B'ola cases which
we will sell at the ppot cath prices
with one year's time to pay for them.
If you want a pltmo v r.te to v.s
quick. This offer will only last a
II and iffl, ktbn litfio Inn,
MAIIIOUSE SAVANNAF. QA,
CUARLOTTE BRAII. ;W. M. W HEELER, iGir,
March 9, 1835.; V X.
0 0 0
eare Sole SELLING Ag
; iu this m8iket for the
Casson Lime Co's.
When m the market we wou d be
pleased toave your orders.
Will have a big lot of FLORIDA
ORANGES for the Christmas
G. W. 'PATTERSON
YhoIesale ard Wet ul Grocer
CONCORD, N. O.