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BT JAMES V. COOK.
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CONCORD, APRIL 20, 1805.
The fcuco s
of the eyndicato;
: xk 'he hiit itsne of United
Sti tcs bends ia e A lung cur financial
i r i"ri -m- o'niK '
;he St. Louis Republic me praca
cabiiity of e3':i;b'ichiug an iuter
.national charing house for the s-N
n' cf for-balance?.
. iSir.cc ihv bviut-inp'' ci 101 the ;
. . , .....1 v,,, !lin
7 rm thij KhUj have been $327,
'214, 3bl end our iai ports of the
:i:xut chiu:xtcr have been cniy a lit
tle nurc than 151,000,000. The
? re cunt ot gold
aid fr-. ia i liis
actually shipped to
period has exceeded
ri here 18 no rer.son
vyhy aciual gold shipments miht
ot have bcn reduced to an a-nonnt
;ear -.h" differei.ee between our im
ports and exports of gold.
Already 92 per cent of our foreign
laerenandis? frade ia settled with
bills of exchange and there is no
-cUcol. why more of it could not be
settled in the same way through an
international clearing hou&e. The
drain on our stock ?f gold has been
stopped for ten weeks past because
;he syndic ite which took the bond
:33ue has been strong enough to set
tie balances with its own bills of ex
change. The cessation of gold ex
ports ha3 had a fine effect on busi
ness and oiily such powerful finani
cial faciors as. those who took the
iends could have stopped th a out
ward flow of gold.
The establishment of an inter
national clearing house may be an
other good result of the bond issue
and the way in which it wa3 han
dled. Atlanta J ournal.
Of every 10,000 clergymen be
we?n 45 and 05, 15 die annually;
iiruL-; 10,000 M. LJs of the saue
ge, a fraction over 28.
Women nowadays are generally
i.oknoulvug.d to be an inch or two
t-Alw, find are two cr three inche?
;jiDAc? in chest development, than
-iieir gVandmothcra were.
A bey who could not understand
what coLscicnce meant was at last
jj'ktd : "What 13 it that gives you
uncomfoftuble feeling when you
have done something wrong?"
''Daa'i cane," was the reply.
Only one-half of the children bcrn
reach the ae of 17 yeirj.
Men and wemen are often callcj
tund on c.
No night was ever so dark that
moining did net come,
m'ght possibly reaqh 7 cents Bat
this ia comfort for only a fe ; farm
e s bave ail sold about their eutire
c op. It is like the reprieve that
c ,mes to the doomed prisoner after
he has done gone on to glory, or
wjrds to that effect, Cotton, how
erer,always takes a spurt upwards in
in the ppnng ; and this ia Then the
farmer decides to increase his crop.
Never suppose that in any possible
situation or under any circumstances
it is best for you to do a dishonor
X Xc;?ro Arrested, onlenseM 15 i v. iisull
and Implicate Tliree O fliers.
The Ricbmoid Dispatch says
There were four large fires in Kins
toa, N. C , dur ng the mouths of
February and Mai eh, and hundreds
of thousands of dollars worth of
proper- w.i3 desu-oye L The il.iuios
were thought to have b.en of incen-
diary origin, and a citizens' -:gilenre
committee was appoint-:., aiul the
cvaununity patrolled, b'lh to r.o .
avail. Oil M-rch '28th tilO S;ViCC3
j of t.h- Nafioual Deteciiv? Aencf, !
of this city, were ecgiged in the mat
ter, and its o!lieu3 af Ut a -at deed
Of h tl'd work Succeeded i'l locatlDgl
and afra;i!i.i Alex. R jic, colored,
a3 one 0 trie t-uiity pei-oJis ituie
i. . l- . t .. r ' ' w , .
and was sent on to the Superior
Court. lie has since cgluloJl'iI nu j
guili and implicated three ot'iev ne
groes, who will be arrvsted at one?.
The people of Kinstou w.-re frea!
ly agitated over Kous'j ;;riej ana
there was much tal : of lynching
From a letter written by Key. J
Guuderman, of Dimoudaie, Mich ,
we are permitted the make this ex
tract : "I have no hesitation in
recommending Dr. Kind's New Die
coyery, as the results were almost
marvelous in the case of my wife.
While I was pastor of the Baptist
Church at Hives Janction she was
brought down with Pneumonia suc
ceeding La Grippe. Tenible parox
ysms of coughing would last hours
with little interruption and it seemed
as if she could not survive them.
A friend recommended Dr. King's
New Discovery; it wis quick in its
work and highly satisfactory in re
sults." Trial bottle3 free at Fttzer's
Drug Store. Eegular sizo 50c, and
Why buy dusty hay for your stock
when you can get good, clean hay in
nice small bales about a3 cheap at
John P Allison's ? - 3t
A correspondent of the Statesville
Mascot says that a little girl, Betsle
Watts, of the vicinity of Troulirarj,
Iredell conuty, who was bitten on
the 2 Och of March by a do, sup
posed at the time to haye rabic3,was
seized with convulsions on the 11th
inst. and suffered horribly froui them
until the 15th, when she died.
By and under arthoritj vested in
mo in a deed of trust from J Ivcy
Cruse, and duly registered in the
Register's office for Cabarrus eounty
in Book 5, pages 232-3, J, as trustop,
will expose to public sale for cash,
at the court house door in Concord
on Monduy, tho 15th dsty cf April,
1805, all that tract of land named in
said deed of trust, adjoining the
lands lof Richard vr;vke Mary
Htcnie, D M Cruso and others, in
No, G iownbhip, said county, being
a part of tho Sandy Cruse tract of
land and laid oif to said J Ivey
Cruna in division of land and con
taining in the aggregate 05 acres
and being in two tramp, one of 47f
acres and the ether 17! acree. Sale
to take place it 12 o'clock noon on
said day. JULIA WHEELER,
Nee JULIA FISHER,
This Ma:-ch 16, 189F. Trustee.
N0T A S!GK DAY
For Ovsr Thirty Veers'
RESULT OF USING
"Ayer's Cathartic Fills for over thirty
years have kept rue in good health,
never having had a sick day in all that
time. Before I was twenty I suffered
almost continually as a result of con
stipationfrom dyspepsia, headaches,
neuralgia, or boils and other eruptive
diseases. When I became convinced
'that nine-tenths of my troubles were
caused by constipation, I began the use
of Ayer's Tills, with the most satisfac
tory results, never having a single
attn -k that did not readily yield to this
remedy. My wife, who had been an
invalid for years, also began to use
Avcr's Tills, and her health was quickly
restored. With my children I had uo-
liee'd that, nearly all tln-ir aliment:, were
j ;, . ch .1 by eoii.stipat ion, and I soon
had tin pleasure of knowing 1hat with
thil.lreii as with parents, Ayer's Tills,
if t :ikcn in season, avert, all danger of
sickness." H. Wkttstkin, T.yron. Ill
Softest Heners at World's Fair.
Ayer's 8a:sapariiia Ssrsny'.htns tFis System.
bdi fiijuuiJsasai sue, "J
PLAID 3 AND 'SiaSTI Jo, $
BU YH3 OF
Four fooi uooi alvay3 wantod
best slices for same. Wo invite an
iasot'Ctio & of all the ROodan. ws
I:eid3ville Driving Club Races,
Reidsyille, N. C, tickets on sale
April 21sc to 21th inclusive, limit
April 2G, 1895. Fare for round
trip 3 75.
Presbytery of Concord, Morgan
ton, N. C. Tickets on eale April
22, Zd and 21. Limit April 30,
1895. Fare for round trip 1.85.
CHANGE EVERY DAY.
D. J. BOSTIANPROP'R