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liY J A WES I- COOK.
OFFICE IN CASTOR BUILDING
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Concord, N. C
JONUOKD, JANUARY, 1 1895.
IS95 IT IS.
Who Jim see the difference 'i
Another year in its youthful life is
givef to us. As the days move on,
iz will, like a rolling snowball, grow
larger rind larger, j Rponsibihti s
will in crease; cares will continue;
the plot deepen and the record will
b jco me :o luminous
if th-. sign?, written across the
horizon of the cjmiugdty?, be true,
we may exivct a yetr of decided :ui
provetneut upou that one jiirt closed
Tar ill' legislation is dene for and the
belli !:c!al i-ults of the new law,
serve to make iuiet business circles
ami to deal ov- jitter advantages to
the consnii . -.
'j Kr1 air rations (nearly) enough
al:nr ii, for the yer without a
giea. draw upon outside markets.
The health of the county is good
and there are promises of a con-tinu:-.t-u.
L.t uo hope that what bitterness
yet 4 ?!a as may be wasted away by
ti, e of charity and brotherly
loye. . Lit us all hope thai, that dis
trust .J aatied way be obliterated
for the ?ake of our common good, if
not for individual pleasure.
There are perhaps no reasons for
not believing that, in a business way
1S95 win be a great improvement
over 1 SU4. The financial agencies
and all authorities in foretelling
future business, give out hopes for
such a f- tfson.
May 1 Sb 5 live her day3 and God
grant us pll powers to live each day
as wiU be becoming a brayer gener
During the past thirty-five years
more than 1,000 varieties of postage
caids have been issued.
There are 3,401 presidential osU
offices in these Unitefl States. Ca
barrus county owns two of them.
A barrel of apples wag sold in
Baltimore for 17 50. They were
called Lady apples. This office
draws the line on Lady apples as an
article of di rt.
TheEn(,ik thief who last week
entered Presiding Elder Rome's
house in Wilmington and appro
priated to himself two overcoats
must have had a premonition ot this
cold snap and an eye to comfort,
The Farmers Alliance of Penn3vL
vaniri have started out by arranging
for a series of county picnics
tvroufchout the State during the
com' tr summer. So they did here,
Mid U culminated in a politico
Populist Republican fusion; but
Pennsylvania is alxeidy irrevocably
Repablican. . '
A Washington crank is Fending
out communications to Goyernors
that the capitals of States will be
destroyed inside of two years because
of their wickedness. This should
be a pointer to our Legislature that
a very short term is in order.
The friends of Thomas B Reeu,
the Maine statesman, are urging him
not to accept the speakership of the
next House for fear he would be
held accountable "for the deeds done
in the House." Toey fear tint the
presidential boom of this Reed will
be shaken with the winds of adver
Republican papers are raisu g a
great howl because Mr. Cleveland
has seen fit to put the swarm of
gangers, storekeepers, inspectors and
agents under the civil service law.
They claim that it is a dodge to keep
Democrats ir. oflice even if ihe next
lesident be a Republican.
IniKliti of t lie MiwoalXM-s.
Tbe State commander writes us
from Liucoln, Neb., as follows: "Af
ter trying ether medicines for what
seemed to be a very-obstinate cough
in our two children we tried Dr.
King's New Discovery and at the
end of two da j the cough f-nfirjly
left them. We will not be without
it hereufUr. as our experience proves
that it cures where all othj-r re
ln-dieb fail.'' Signed F W Stevens,
State Com. Why not give' this
great medicine a trial, as it is guar
anteed and trial bottles are free at
Fetzer'a Drug store Regular size
5oc and 1 00.
Docs tlicMnf ute of 2.iiiitif ion Apply?
Washington, Dec. oi Judge Ale
Comas today overruled the demuireis
filed by the attorneys of liowgate to
three indictments returned by the
grand jury. Captian liowgate was
arraingned and pleaded not guilty,
bit append d a further plea tint
the indictment wa not found with
in three years after the offense there
in charged were committed. The
question as to whether the indict
ments were barred by the statute of
limitations was thereupon argued.
it I'lity Years
s Sootlrrg Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, oftens the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
Druggists in every part of the
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle,
Be sure and ask for (,Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Symp," and take no other
Aiiylliiu You Waut.
We desire to state to the public
that we have secured the services of
Mr. Geo. Gillelahd, of Charleston,
S. C, who has had many yeajs ex
perience in tin and slate roofing
stove and furnace work, plumbing
and metal work of all description.
Orders filled promptly aud satisfac
tion guaranteed. .New tariff prices
on everything. Heating and cooks
ing stoves, Wood and coal grates.
Lard cans, 25 and 50 cents,
Enameline, for polishing &tcves,
grates and ranges, apply with cloth
and polish with same, 10c per box
at W J Hill's.
Eureka metal polish for tin, brass
silver and nickel-10c can. Steel
wire door mats, 50c each, at W J
W. J. Hill.
JasfjCi days felt mtlje year 1805.
I have located in Concord for the
practice of 1 medicine and surgery,
and respectfully ask the public for a
share of their patronage I may be
found at my office at any hour .of
the day or at my residence at night
when not out professionally, and
will gladly respond to all calls
Office under that of Montgomery
& Cro.vel). Respectfully,
f J. E, Smoot, M. D
ii union u & co.f
Itock and Bond
!: & 132 Pei?l Street,
ITEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
j Stocks, Bends and Grain bought anu
told, orcaniedon Margin.
j P. S. Send for explanatory circu
1 far on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter, (Flee.) dwly
Dr.' J. E. CARTLAND
Makes a specialty of lilling
teeth vithout.paiii. Sixteen
yeais experience. Oflice over
Lipparcls ec Harrier's store
after Feb. 8. 1804. i'Jff
Ha vi-: You Hi: ad Tin:
THIS MORNING ?
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ad letters to
Having been duly appointed and
qualified administrator of the estate
of Elizibeth Plott, deceased, all
persons holding claims against said
deceased are hereby notified to pre
sent them to tho undersigned for
payment on or before the 23rd day
ot January, 1S95 or this notice tvill
bo pleau as a bar to Ihoir recovery.
Also all peison3 owing said deceas
ed are notified that prompt payment
is expected. C. E. Barrixgeh,
This, December 22, 1801,
Heaving qualified as tbe Administrator
of Jflary Edgerson, deceased, all persons
owing said estate are hereby notified that
they must make immediate payment, or
suit will be brought. And all persons
having claims ; against said estate must
present them to the undersigned, duly
authenticated, on or before the 1st day
of July, 13!)(, or this notice will be plead
in bar for their recovery.
(J. P. i;L1NE, Administrator.
This, December 5, Hs)-i.
By. W. M. -SMITH, Attorney
A D MlNISTliAT O lt'S NOTICE,
Having qualified as administrator o
Mrs. Ruana Stowe, deceased, all person
owiinr said ejtatc ar-3 hereby notified tha
they must make immediate payment, or
suit will be brought; nnd all persons hav
ing claims against said estate must pre
sent tnem to the undersigned duly au
thenticated on or before the 20th day
of .November, ISO.-), or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery
Xov.2l),lSUI. EL AM KING,
What do they most seek? Happiness.
WHAT SHALL 1 ASK FOR?
IS THERE MUCH IN IT?
Warranted to fit any 14 or 1G incli doll, so correctly
printed and outlined that any child can cut out and make
the dress, cloak, jacket or cap,
Dress, 10 cents; lleefer Jacket and Tarn O'Shanter cap
lor 10 cents; Eed Hiding; hood and cloak for 10 cents.
D. J. BOTIAN.PROFR
It Be Found?
A GUIMPE DRESS. A GRETCHE DRESS
RED RIDING HOOD CLOAK. I
A REEFER JACKET. A TAM O'SHANTER.