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SAVED FROM THE KNIVES,
An Old Plan's Hoily Identified Jp' t
l!o!lr ll'ju!unt; I lie Iisct'tli): Iloom
The body of William Frutchey
was huried yesterday at his native
town, oHjithfield, Pa. It was only
ly the inert-st chance that the corpse
missed serving the purpose of a
srJ-ject" in the dissecting io;n at
the University ot Pennsylvania, a
jehuiye having res3ued it from one
cf V:e tables in that gruesome place
7ii time, to save it mm the students'
Frutchey was a carpenter. He
Wt ?uiiti)tie(l many years ao rnd
veiit ro Kuis -.?, where he Tvorked at
l.ii trad Scunt time he re-
turiicd, however, and ,"arrel to
lnild a h:-):j3 for himself and
l.sn.iiv. He was too old to begin
lifv -iiu w, h.7vvev-r, "iil bis wifa and
three. -of hi chror n stayed 'v the
A7est while tb').'.-i..-o. and lathe'
struggled to snu -i .. iiimcif ii. the
East. , . .
AN.::; fix weeks ago the old man
v-anlered away from Sinithfiold, and
nothn was he ;d of him until his
body wad taken there for burial. It
developed that he had gone to
. Northampton county and applied
for admission to the Almshouse at
Nazareth. There he complained of
being ill, buf no particular attention
was paid to his complaint until he
demonstrated us seriousness by dys
ing. As there were no - papers on
his person to indicate who he was or
where he came from, the body was
lent to the University of Pennsyl
There was one old felloe in the
Almhouge, however, who had an
idea who the unfortunate was, and
0 he sent word of ibis suspicion's to
John Edinger, of Portland, who is
Frutchey's son-in-law. Edinger
came tc Philadelphia, post-haste, and
identifiedjjthe body of his wife's
f ither as it lay on the dissecting
.tible, He had it shipped toSmith-
ncklen'i AruicH fcaive.
The Best Salve in tke world for
Cut3, Bruisis, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Eheum, Fever Sores, Tetter,Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and. all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give satisfaction or
money refunded. Price Mb cents per
box.' For sale at P. B. Fetzer's Drng
li "Tay do as Much Yon for
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, 111.,
writes that he had Severe Kidney
troubles for many years, with severe
pains in his back and also that his
bladder was affected. He tried
m:iny so called Kidney cures but
without any good result. About ai
year ago he began the use of Electric
Bitters and found relief at once.
Electric Bitters is especially adapt
ed to cure all Kidney and Liver
troubles and often giyes almost in
stant relief. One trial will prove
-our statement. Price 50c for large
bottle at Fever's Drug store.
Resolutions of &spct.
At a meeting ot the Peoples Mis
. sioaary Society of Zion church held
' March 3, 1895 the following peram
ble and resolutions were adopted; c
Whereas: It has pleased our Heav
enly Father in his wisdom and mys
terious providence to remoye from
earth to heaven our beloved sister
and fellow-member of thi3 society,
Mrs. A P White who 7--as the prim.-
mover and first president, of this so
ciety therefore, be
Resolved 1. That while we bow
in submission to the will of Him
who "doeth all thing?, well" vrt we
nourn the Jojs of one who was once
our worthy president and who has
continncd to ba a -faithful and effi
cient member cf our society. Who
was a faithful ami eo isistent c'ins
tian and ?vai ;ient "worker in the
church of Christ, a devoted wife
loving mother and faithful friend.
2. That we extend to the bereaved
husband and all her loved ones our
sincere sympathy, assure them of
our prayers in their behalf and point
them to Him who i3 the source of
all comfort and consolation, who
"healeth the broken in heart .and
bindeth up tiuir wounds."
3. That this action be reaa to the
society and a copy of tnese resolu
tions be sent to each of the Concord
papers tor publication, that a copy
be sent to tne bereaved family, also a
copy be spread upon the minutes of
our society. - Committee.
County Uomm'S3iou&rj met to
a .t. . .nux.tir. Ha vie can te ctiyci v.itt
:V NFKVR PLASTER. Oni7.-Y
We huye just bought from one of the largos?, otliiiigoy
manufacturers in Pliiladel jhia, their entire winter stock cf
Boys Knee pants suits in cassimeres and cheviots. We
cleaned up every winter suit they had and we didn't pal
more than half the regular price.
This deal gives ns a bi drive in Boys suits and we are
giving our customers the full benefit of it. There is not a
shoddy suit in the whole lot. We are satisfied with the
smallest profit and therefore put this splendid lot of boys
suits on sale at $1.25 for the Meltons, and $2.50 for the Cas
simeres and Cheviots. These suits are worth from $3.50 to
$5.00. We make a level price of $2.50 on them and let them
go to do the people ejood, Sizes run from 6 to 14.
We are just now getting an invoice of clotting that was
shipped in October, and lost on the wTay. Of course we would
not receiyeft at this'late dajr. The matter was compromised
with the railroad by the shippers at 50 cents on the dollar
and now these goods came to us at that rate.
We shall give the people the advantage of this, If you
want a suit don't miss it,
F"OR LADIES: A big invoice ot Padan Biothei-'s Fine
shoes in regular button, bluchers, and Oxfords ties, Prince
Albert Oxfords, Mnllifiers and Juliets, in black and tans.
All their finest goods, made to retail at irom 2 to 3 dollavs.
We swept in their whole lot of Hoor goods, and put thent
on sale at $1.25 and $1.50.
A carload of trunks and travelling bags at carload prices.
PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
rin Blood Poison
P. P. P. cnrlflta the blood, bolld no
the weak and debilitated, fflree
treoirth to wakftd bwvm. mmb
diseases, glTlnr the ptleni health and
happlnesi where Sickness, irloomy
foailnfr. nn iotnia flrnt nvvaiAiT.
-vTni- Vi,i nni.in tn-n.
rial poison, malaria, dyspepsia, and
In all blood and skin diseases, like
blotches, pimples, old chronic ulcers.
ISllcri scaiu uouu, uunu, oisiom.,
eczema-we may say, without fear of
contradiction, that P. P. P. Is the best
gi blood purlfler in the world, and makes
. positive, speedy and permanent cures
In all cases.
ob. . Ladles whose systems nre poisoned
3 and whose bloed Is in an impure condi-
tion, due to menstrual irregularlt!?3,
HID ucuuuaiij. UCUCIUVU UV IUD v. kli-
derful tonic and blood cleansing prop
erties of P. P. P.-Prickly Ash, Poe
Boot and Potassium.
03at SPRINGFIELD. MO.. AUST. 14ttl. lb J.
I can apeak in the hiKliest trms ' f
E-"ni " your medicine from my own person?!
your medicine from my own per
knowledge. I was affected wirL
Sftto knowledge. I was affected w)
disease, pleurisy End rheumatism i.u
3o year??, was treated by the Terj bet;
physicians ana spent hundreds oi v.'-I
lars, tried every knowo re;r.e1v wltL
- out finding relief. I have only r;U:en
f - or Dctrle of your P. P. P., had clp.
r ' -,. fully say It has d"ne ronvir
jfsfc ;.. ,.-d than, anj-thinc I ha r n ev?r ti;.'.f;n.
I cnu recommend your rr r'c:'ic to all
ecilerers of thf above dijoasos.
p:ing2eid, Grcca Ccurcj. Llo.
MRS. M. M; Y!'ART.
Ilcilix Mills Items.
Some of our farmers are sowing
The school at Oai Grove will
close week after next.
Bob Smith, the hickory wood
man, died at his homt several weeks
ago with pneumonia.
On last Sunday tht 24th, at the
residence of the brkt, hi v. Thomas
Rineh:rt, son of M Ilinehrt, and
Mi?-3 Lottie Fisher, daughter of
Samuel Fisher, were married. Kev,
Paul Barrirger tvrunn d the cre
Little Jamej, son f Adam Niu-3-
; m?.u, died las- lueay tiie voiii or
Ffcbru:,:y a?:d ir-ned on the
27th. " li he f :iiit-i';ii iervic.o v.ci'
jcoe.d.d ;.y ILy. li Cox, of
! 0. , h'.Jlol. F.
h H I H
and Old Sores
snd Kidney Troubles
Prickly Ash. Poko Root and Potas
sium, the greatest blood purlfler oa
Abep.deeit, O.. July 21,1891.
Ga. : Dear Sirs-I bought a bottle of
your P. P P. nt Hot Springs. Ark. .and .
z nas aone me more gxoa cnan lurtso
months' treatment at the Hot Springs.
Bend three bottles C. O. D.
JAS. M. NEWTON,
Aberdeen, Brown County, O.
Capt. J. D. Johmton.
. .. , MBl , )
. To aU whom it may concern: I here- f
vj8 V cno wonaerrm properuea
of P. P. P. for eruptions of the sc!n. 1
Buffered for several years with an un-
sightly and disagreeable eruption on .
dj bat 111 Tain, until P. P.
dr bat in yain.until P. P. P. was used.
sitnedTyt J JOHNqTOV
(Signed Dyj J. D. JOHNSTON.
Savannah, Ga. &
Skin Ccncer Cured.
Testtmonv from The Mayor cf SeauiruTex.
Seqtjik, Tex., January 14, 1893.
Messrs. Lippman Brof.. Savannah, -X&w
Ga. : Gentlemen I have tried your P.
P. P. for a dlsense of the kin, usually
known as skin cancer, of thirty years'
standing, and found great relief; It Jfrt
purifies the blood and removes all Ir- "
r.'tatlon from the seat of the disease
ar.d presents any srr nding of the
sores. I have t;u:en five or six botllea
and feel confident thnt ?nother course ,gfg
will efiect a cure. It ho ;i'so relieved 3t1
me from ' IndifT'-tiorj nnd Btomacb """?
troubles, "i'ours truly, -yfll
CAPT. W. M. EXT .IT, 1
Attorney LaT. "2LJ
i:. vm E?jses MM Free.
ALL DliUO ::12ZS SLL IT.
PilCFEIETORS. ' S
-DURING THE HOLIDAYS-
AND vE HAVE NOT BEEN AFFLICTED WTTU
HOT BOX SINCE.
To our man; friends and customers we would say n
'Wh'Mi the Ci' iids Roll By" you will find us at tli- :
oiand" with the red hottest line of
ever 'shown in Concord. We say what we mean ar-d. e
wliat we say. When we say we have the goods we ha
price, and il yon will but give us a chance we will exclmw
you lot: of ood Furniture for a Utile cash.
m COME AND ' SEESH
Cannons, Fetzer & Bell
We have by far the handsoest line of Molding in tlin
city. Bring us your pictures. WTe await your bidding.
C. F- & B
YOU RUN NO RISK
When you buy a Piano or Organ
from Ludden & Bates, but areabao
luteto sure of fretting your moneyV
worth; every-instrument we sell h
oi an old and reliable make, whicL
has stood the test of years and is be
etankarct as Gold dollars.
yet. But we do sell a Piano for $250
worth every dollar cf the two hun
dred and fifty which it costs.
But my! just take a look at the
GOO one. Cata logue free onjapplis
30 inches wide
Don't lail to see our Torchon 'Hamburg
Edgings and Inserting. They are
Kai Kai Kai Wash
3ls . PtA A3 r,- ir - s" K ?w
-Sntfan Music House,
W. WHEELER, Manager.
at Sic per yard..
Silks lor Evening
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