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IJY JAMES 1. COOK.
OFFICE IN CASTOR BUILDING
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J0NC0K1).. JANUARY, 7 1815
The lViinsylYania Railroad com
pany has transferred the neadquart- j
ero of its Southeastern division froui
L'.xinstoa, Ky., to Atlanta, Ga.
We sincerely hope the commission
ers at their meeting tomorrow night
will not overlook the consideration
cf a lcbt for the firemen.
CV! Willie C P. BrecUenridge is
in South Carolina lecturijh-. He had
an immense house at Charleston
s I'unhv thirU-iive in number, of
who::- three wjre women. lie h d
an divu jvs .qr.ally as large in Atlanta
and oilr Southern cities. Every
body seems anxious to hear this
notrious , man lecture on "Eras of
A.. . .;i Development and Their
i';.'. !ci," of whom he is one of
A doctor who lives in Gate City
Va., has two pair of Ecissors with
which Audrew Johnson d;d his cut-
u lien work i n i as a tailor in
Tht Watts Hospital, the sift of
George W Watts, will be opened at
Durham February 1st. He gave
J-J5,0ut; to build and a like sum to
miiinlain it. He has just been elect
id President of toe Board of
The only wo-uan chemist in Paris
".i li Vascar girl, Miss Ida Welt, who
has distinguished ' herself at the
University of Genera and at the
University of Pans.
There is an Anglomonic living on
Madison avenue, New York, who
provides for a bread c:um and oat
breakfast for about 500 English
sparrows every morning all the year
Martin B Owens, one of the old
est citizens of Clinton county, Ken
tuefcy, died a few days ac;o. He was
the father of fourteen children and
had nearly a hundred erand
The revenue collections in this
district for December wers $89,017,
of which $55,427 was for tobaccc,
$17,040 for cigars and cigarettes, and
815,405 for whiskey.
Manifestations of the new woman
aie multiplying. One of them stop
ped a man on the streets of Detroit,
puliei a cigar and asked for a light.
Up in Maine a muscular woman is
working up a paying bnsiness.spank
ing her neighbors' bad boys at 50
cents a spank,
Taere has been considerable rumor
that Marion Butler's new paper m
Ralegh would ask for the public
prin ing. les director yesterday
prepared an announcement over
their signatures that the Caucas.an
is not in the contest for ihe public
piinticg, dots not want it, and
would not have it.
The Confederate silver half do:l ir
is reckoned as one of the rarest of
American coins. Only four sink
coins were struck. It has the God
dess of Liberty ou one side and,
a stalk of c.wie, one ofcotton and the
stars and bars of the Confederacy in
a ccat-of -arms onthe other side.
An Atchison has driyen her hus
band to drink by piaying for him.
"So the doctor has ordered your
wife to go South for her health?"
"Will the climate agree with her ?"
"Well, if it does it will be a good
oce." Chicago Inter-Ocean.
The Queen of Mida;escar has sent j
au appeal to the United States to'
preyent France from annexing her
island. The fear now arises that
she may come here to lecture. New
Merchant. "The bargain sale
didn't go very well to du.
IioorwulKer. No, 1 thniK we had
better strengthen our rush line,
. , ,,
Lidies get to the counter too easily,
Couiu Kate. "You haye made it
look as good as ever. Charlev,!
you re a trump :
Charley. "Yes, but then women
are such poor players. It's no un -
common thiug for them to refute
trumps." Boston Transcript .
Mrs. 1 eck. -I shouldn t think 3011
wOuld want to get up a iiuurel on
Mr. N Peck. "Whv not ? 1 daren't
do it at home." New York "."Press
"Do wealthy Americans have fain- j
ily plati Y' uked the vititor from
"N no," replied the man who
hates to be outdone, "out some of
them have armor plate. Washing-
Witherby. "I haye iiiyited Castle
ton around to Nov Yar's dinner."
Mrs. Witherby. . "But he was heie
Christmas to dinner."'
"Whitherby. "What of.it?"
A!r8. Witheiby. "I am afraid Le
will recognize that turkey." Life,
An old-fashioned sea story full of
interest and adventure, with a strong
love motive, is begun by YV Clark
Russell in the January Cosmopolitan.
"Ouida" succeeds Froude, Gosse,
Lang, and other distinguished
writers with an instailmen of the
"Great Passions of History" series,
which has been appearing in The
Cosmopolitan, A discussion is
aroused by Mr. Edward Cok's article
on "The Young Man and The
Church," which will consume toes
of ink before it settles. Just pre
ceeding the famous Charcot's death
he prepared an article for The
Cosmopolitan on Peasteur, to be
published after Pasteur's death.
But Charcot has died first, and so
with the consent of Charcot's
executors, the article is given now.
The present "Theatrical Season m
New York" is critically considered
by James S Metcalfe, editor of Life,
and their stories by Tourgee, How
ells, and the famous French writer
Clear and colder weather " is pre
dicted fo. tomorrow
Stock ,i3id Bond
130 & 132Pcral Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N.;Y.
Stocks, Bonds and Grail bous:ht at d
sold, or tarritd on Margin.
l s. Send for explanatory circus
lar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwly
I have located in Concord for the
practice of medicine and surgery,
and respectfully ask the public for a
share of their patronage I may be
found at my oflice at any hour of
the day or at my residence at night
when not out professionally, and
will gladly respond to all calls
Olhce under that of Montgomery
& dwell. Respectfully,
f J. E. Smoot, M. I)
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.. r 111- X- X aS L liw
Having qualified as the Administrator
of Mary I'o'erst n, deceased, all persons
owing said estate are hereby notified that
they must make immediate payment, or
suit will he brought. And ad persons
having elvums against said estate must
present them to the undersigned, duly
authenticated, on or before the 1st day
of July, lS'JG, or this notice will he plead
in bar for their recovery.
C. P. CLINE, Administrator.
Tills. December 5, 1W)4.
By. W. M. SMITH, Attorney
Having qualified as administrator o
Mrs. liuann Stowe, deceased, all person
owing said estate are hereby notified tha
they must make immediate payment, or
suit will be brought; and all persons hav
ing claims against said estate must pre
sent them to the undersigned duly au
thenticated on or before the 20th day
of .November, 1805, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery.
Nov. 20, 164. EL AM KING,
Having been duly appointed and
qualified administrator of the estate
of Elizabeth Plott, deceased, all
persons holding claims apiinst said
deceased are hereby notified to pro1
sent them to the undersigned for
payment on or before the 23rd day
ot January, 1895 or this notice viil
be pleatl as a bar to their recovery.
Also all pel sons owing said decease
ed are notified that prompt payment
is expected. C. E. Barringek,
This, December 22, 1894,
Having qualified as the adininistratoi
of Mrs. Lucy A Eudy, deceased, all per
sona owing said estate are hereby noti
fied that they must make immediate pay
ment or suit will he brought And all
persons having claims against said es
tate must present them to the undersign
ed, duly authenticated, on or before the
12th day of Nov. 181)5, or this notice will
be plead in bar of their recovery.
1 L.J. Fom, Adm'r .
This, 12th day of November, '1891
What do they most seek? Happiness.
WHAT SHALL I ASK FOR?
IS THERE MUCH IN IT?
( A REEFER
Warranted to lit any 14 or 10 inch doll, so correctly
printed and outlined that any child can cut out and make
the dress, cloak, jacket or cap,
Dress, 10 cents; Reefer Jacket and Tain O'Slianter cap
for 10 cents; Red Ridinir Rood and cloak for 10 cents.
D. J. BOSTIAN.PROP'R
It Be Found?
A GUIMPE DRESS. A GRETCHEN DRESS
D V. D TUTVTNO ROOD (TTjOAK.
JACKET. A TAM O'SHANTER.