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ltta From Onk (irov.
Adjusting our spectacles, we are
anticipating Spring lime. j
After inclement weather through
out the greater part of February, it
is not unpleasant for March to be
ushered m with comparatively quiet,
Sympa'hizingly, we note the
eiiou8 illness if Mr. A W Long,
The public school at the Jerome
school house, under the aupices of
jMiss Ida Hagler, closed with an ex
liibition on February 2. Miss Haghr
is now teaching a nourishing two
months school at the same place.
On March 1 t there va3 a public
tale at the reeidence of the lao A
Crowell, deceased, which was abends
d bv ouite a lariie uumber. Undei
the magnetic influence of the jolly
auctioneer 'Squire McManus. The
commodities for ea-e were bidden on
unhesitatingly, and "went like hot
The hauling of ''hossphate" will
The public roads do not encourage
much trayei, owing to presence of
mud, mud, mud.
Conntless frcgs :n numerous
onds by tbi roaa side salute the
weary traveller with continuous lays
Your correspondent recentlv took
a ride through the country, and
found industry supreme on every
gide. Farmers are utilizing their
time in adjusting things preparatory
to begin the rudiments of another
crop. Very little ploughing has yet
been done almost none. Firms
Ttvill largely be run on a hog-and
hominy basis. King cotton, how
ever, with a broad, unctions tive-
North Ualolina r
,abairus countj s
Elara King, adimnibtraior of Ru
MH.M Stovr?:, d".ceas!.d, phtintiiT,
vs. M J Lfct Miry Morten mid
husbind, 1 A Dortou; Rota
li.ee and husband, "Win Iiice;
Joseph Leo. W R L?e, Jaue E
Corzir.e, Jjhn M Le, M A
Mye. - M C V.r.)?i.;!- Mervin
Fut-crscn, Marth: K-.ly and
husband." Ke.lj ; Albert,
Jmmk, Elizabeth. Adam, Ste
phen and Mervin Fuigerso.n.
Mary v enchani and l sbana,
John Meacharn; E1:;:-'.L.li Fur
gerson, Robert MuGraw, Emma
Pa:'nell and husb md, Jtd Par
neli; Isabella Smith and hus
band, Bob Smith; John C Fur
er&Of, Cora Austin and hus
buL', V O Austin; Elizabeth
Sossamon and husband, John D
Sossamon; Harriett Price and
husband, George Price, and
Annie Fursnrson, defendants.
It appearing to the satis! ...tion of
the Coiut from the retur: r.f John
A Sims, Sheriff of Cabarriie County,
N. C., and liom the aiiidayit ot
Elam TTiug filed in the above-entisr
tied action, that John M Lee, Mer
vin Fin gei bod, Martha Keiiy and
husband", Kelly, Albert, Frank.
Eiizabi in, Adam, Stephen and ant
other Mervin Furgerson are non
residents of this State, and after
due drigonce cannot bd found
within the State of North Carolina,
and -ra necessar' and proper
parties to the above-entitied special
proceeding, which has been begun
in said Court to subject to
sale the real estate of said Kuann
Stowe described in the complaint of
the plaintiH for the purpose of mak
ing assets to nay the debts and
charges of administration on the es
tate of said Kuann Stowe and
whereas the said defendants John
W Lee, Mervin Furgoreon, Martha
lielly and husband, Kelly, AU
ijert, Frank, Elizabeth, Adam,
Stephen and MervinFurgerson have
an interest actual or contingent as
heirs at law cf said Ruann Stowe in
Now, therefore, tho said John M.
Lee. Mervin, Furgerson, Martha
Kelly and husband, Kelly.
Albert, jrank Elizabeth, Adam,
Stephen and Mervin Furgerson are
hereby not. tied that unless they be
and appear at the office of the Clerk
of the Superior Court of said county
and State aforesaid on or before the
28th day of March, 1895 and plead,
answer or demur to the complaint
of the plaintiff in said special pros
ceeding, that the plaintiff willappiy
to the Court for the relief demand
ed in the complaint and for costs.
ThiF, 9th day of February. 1895.
A JAS. U GIBSON,
Clerk Suparior Court.
cfnt smileon his fibrous face, will I
yet wield his mighty scepter oyer
considerable, though reduced ter
ritory, s, & w.
Aunt (who knows her niece's age)
-"How is it, Laura, that you are
oing to marry a man younger than
Niece- "That isn't so. He is the
Aunt kHow do you make that
out ? Isn't he 27, while you ar 36 ?"
Niece "That's all right, but
these dull times everything is going
at a quarter off, you know."
We liaye just bought from one of the largest othiDgoy
manufacturers iu Philadelphia, their entire winter stock of
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 us a big drive in Boys suits and we are
giving our customers the full benefit of it. There is not a
shoddy suit in the whole iot. We are satisfied with the
smallest rjrofit and therefore put this splendid lot of boys
suits on sale at $1.25 for the Meltons, and 82.50 for the CasN
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 ood, Sizes run from G to 14.
We are just now getting an invoice of clothing that was
shipped in October, and lost on the way. Of course we would
not receiye it at this late day. The matter was compromised
with the railroad by the shippers at f0 cents on the dollar
and now these goods came to us at tl.'it rate.
We shall give the people the advantage of this, If you
want a suit don't miss it,
FOR LADIES: A big il ,:oe bt .Padan Brother's Fine
shoes in regular button, blurheio, and Cx fords lies, Prince
Albert Oxfords, Mullitiers aiiu Juliets, in black and tans.
All their finest goods, made to retail at ;:om 2 to X dollars.
We swept in their whole lot of il our ;ood:.;, and pnt -hem
on sale at 1.25 and f 1 .5o.
A carload of trunks ai-d TdT eMi;,;5- bags at raidoad prices.
e- PRICKLY ASH,. POKE ROOT
m 14 nnn HnjQa
lit J U M 1 J .
P. P. P. nurlfles tbe blood. buIldacD
- the weak and debilitated, (fives
ptrongth to weakened nerves, expels
CJSP" diseases, giving the patient health and
i happiness where sickness, ploomy
feelings and lassitude first prevailed.
For primary.secondary and tertiary
Bvphilis, rorbiood poisoninj?. mercu
rial poison, malaria, dyspepsia, and
irs ln a11 oiooa ana sKin aiseases, iiKe
blotches, pimples, old chronic ulcers,
" tetter, scald heaa, bolls, erysipelas,'
eczema-we may say, witnout rear or
contradiction, that P. P. P. Isthebest
blood purifier ln the world, and makes
positive, speedy and permanent coxes
In all cases.
Ladfes whose systems are poisoned
and whose blod Is In an Impure condi
tion, due to menstrual Irregularities,
GiPmm derful touie and blood oleanslnpr prop
erties of P. P. P. -Prickly Ash, Poke
lioot and Potassium.
8PRINOFIKLD. Mo.. Autr. 14th. 1893.
I can speak ln the highest terms of
tout medicine rrom my own personal
disease, pleurisy end rheumatism tot
:nowieuge. i was anected with heart
35 years, was treated by the very best
fhyelcians aba spent hundreds of dol
arj. tried every known remedv with-
4 ' out finding relief. I have only taken
B ona Dottle of your P. P. P., and can
cheerfully say It has done me more
fxd than anytfcins I nave ever taken,
can recommend your medicine to all
suterer3 of the above dlsenses.
MRS. M. M. YEARY.
gprlngfleld. Green County, Ho.
For Over Fifty Years.
Mrs. Window's Soothing 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 m every part of the
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Be sure and ask for 'Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrnps" and take no other
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WOU . 1 1 IVMTaJ-II I !! II HIM II Ml I PI
and Old Sores
fl . B WS ks S ri I in
afid Kidney Troubles
i..am:-2xr2FTL'r1emi'w-jji .wimciw ran r
Arc cti'JreJj rcincveul by
tiJ-iu., tiTa i:reatt;ot Mood purifier on
Aberdeen, O. . July 21, 101. cf?
JlEfisus Liitmas Bhoh., Savannah, -pw,
On,.: PF.Ait iSiRS I tiouuht a bottle of '
yur P. P V. at Hot !3priug-s. Ark. .and
it 1ms di'iionie more ooi th;;n three
mouths treatment at the Hot Spriusa.
tend three bottles C. O. D. -fD
Rtjspectfully yours, s?-.
JAS. M. NEWTON, I$
Aberdeen, Brown County, O.
Capt. J. D. Johnston.
To all whom it may concern: I here
by testify to the wonderful properties
of P. P. P. for eruptions of the skin. I rra
suffered for several .years with an un- "
sightly and disagreeable eruption on mg9
my face. I tried every known reme
dy but ln vain, until P. P. P. was used, Sy
ana am now entirely curea.
J. V. JOHNHLUJS,
Sktn Cancer Cared.
Testimony from Xhe Mayor of Sqnin,Tez.
QwriTTTHj Tut Tq nnn Ttr 14 1 QQ'i
Messrs. Lippman Bros.. Savannah,
Ga. : Gentlemen I have tried your P.
P. P. fur a disease of the skin, usually
known as skin cancer, of thirty years'
standing, and found great relief: it
purines the blood and removes all ir- - ?iMJ
rltatlon from the seat of the disease
and prevents any spreading of the .-m.
sores. I have taken Ave or six bottles '
and feel confident that another course s2SP
will effect a core. It has also relieved
me from Indigestion and stomach " "CZ?
troubles. Yours truly, .oirg
CAPT. W. M. RUST,
Attorney at Law. b1
ifocK on sicod Diseases Mailed Free. s?
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT.
J j t v. i
AND VNE HAVE NOT
To our many friends
' 'When the Clouds Eoll By" you will find us at the
Stand'' with, the red hottest line of
3 jET U'IRnsriTTTIRlE sS
ever shown in Concord.
what Ave say. When we say
prices, and it you will but
you lots oi good Furniture
Cannons, sFetzer fc Bell
We have by far the handsoest line of Molding in tlin
city. Bring us' your pictures. We await your bidding.
C. F- & B
YOU WANT ,A PIANO
FOR THE NEXT
sixty days only we will offer
pome' of cur leading pianos at greatly
reduced prices- S225 lor a 250
piano, A $325 Genuine Mathu&kck
IV r only 285, Brand new instru
ments, new etylep, lowest prices
ever ki;own for these instruments.
VCq h&"3 a very few entirely new
pianos, in latest style cases which
wo will sell at tho spot cash prices
with one year's time to pay for them.
If you want a piano write to us
quick. This offer will only last a
CM AKLOTTE BRANCH,
3Iarch 9, 1835.
Don't lail to see our TorchonHamburg
Edgiflgs and; Ioeerting." They are
::"x -tiiWJavasn bilks lor Evening
BEEN AFFLICTED WITPL
and customers we would say t
We say what we mean and mea
we have the goods Ae have iht
give us a chance we will exchange
for a little cash.
THIS IS YOUR
Ml ktki Musis
6 A V A N X A II. t G A .
W. M. WHEELER, anagek,
at 8k per yard.
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