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CONCORD, APRIL 20, 1805.
'Lie as5:2umeut of Cashier Hol
land of .he Meich.aits & Farmers
Bank, of Charlotte, from the clip
'rom the Charlotte Observer,
iii.ito j;j u. sui4 use iu iae uuciuleo
men m tun section. It is said thit
.ni va'?i is worth 135,000 and Lr
one way up in f:0" makes it almost
;.iici tdible. There are br akers about
and no-v ard thni a b g ship gets
into Lho 'foils The trustee is Dr.
MeA-bn. the i "resident of the bink
of which Air. Holland was cashier.
Whenever a farm supports 12
oliL -n ;md the old folks and pro
duces annually enormous pile3 of
sweet potatoes and then turra out to
he a gold jr.ir.e thst sells for 25,
000, it i3 time for others to be bor
ing into their yam farms. This is
just what has been done for Prof.
turn " ill IN.
From a letter written by Rev. J
Tiindernvin, of Dimondale, Mich.,
we are permitted the make thi3 ex
trtui : 4T have no hesitation in
rccom mending Dr. King's New Dis
joyery, aj the results were almost
msrwdous iu ihe case of my wife,
Whiie I was pastor of the Baptist
L-In, roh ;,t Rives Jaiiction she wa3
brought down with Pneumonia suc
ceed Li Grippe. Tenible parox
ysm of coughing would last hours
with iittie interruption and it seemed
as if she could not survive them.
4 friend recooimeiided Dr. King's
New I)i?oovery; it w is quick in its
vrork and highly satisfactory in re
sults." Trial bottles free at Fetzer's
Oni J. ore. Regular size 50c, and
The Southern has arranged to
turnish rouud trip tickets to the
?nceting of the General Assembly of
the Presbyterian church at Dallas,
Texa, May 17 to 26, 1895. Tickets
i'j sold May 13, 1-1 and 15, go:d
:o re: urn until June 3, 1895. This
Is m t xoellent opportunity to visit
Texas. Round tr:p from Concord,
Meeting ci&esU of North Carolina
Reformed church of the U. S.,
Thomisville, N. C. Tickets of
Uinl 30th, May 1st and 2nd,
limit, May 7th, 1895. Fare for
ior.iv1 trip 52,50.
Southern Baptist Convention and
. ti t;: ;r.-.etings of the Baptist church j
Wa shington, D. C. Tickets on eale
-.lctJ l:h and Sih with return limit
15 uavi from date of sale, Au ex -'..2.
of time for 15 days wiil be
era ii ted on deposit of tickets with
;?k..t r.?at W.isbington, D. 0.
').ior before May DLh 1895 going
"ii;; oi v.-ket? good, only on date of
sale and continuous passage in each
Fare for round trip
SENATOR J. C.
He Believes in the Future of Co. Op
eration, is for XcKInlcy for Irei
deutuiid ThiukHlliN Party m tli
State Will Favor i-JSc tnllism.
Senator J C Pritchard and Judge
W S O'B Robin-son registered at
Central last night. Thay arrived on
the evening train from Shelby,
where Judge Robinson is holding
court, and where Mr. Pritchard,
with Messrs Justice, Linney and D
L Robinson appeared for the Pep
ulist contestant in the case of
Quinn vs. Lattimorc, for clerk of
the Superior Court ef Cleveland.
Messrs Montgomery, Webb and
Frick appeared for the contestee,
Lattimore. The case, Mr. Pritchard
thinks, will be pending for a week
While complaining of fatigue, the
young Kf.publfrsn Senrtor from the
western section of the State courte
ously consented to an interview
with an Observer reporter. In an
swer to the question as to tbo likeli
hood of the continuance of fusioo,
he 6?mo :
' There will undoubtedly, bo oo"
operation by the Popu.ist and Re-
j publican parties in 1S9G. The rank
anu me oi ooin parlies lavi. it an
over the State."
4,Do you think it wi1! be success
"1 don't see how A'e could ioso
the State. The Rbpublicans will
have their distinctive organization
and the Populists will have theire,
and the two will co-operate on the
sarue plan ab before."
'.lo vou think that any possiblo
blunders by tee last Legislature will
have the effect to lessen the chances
for success ?"
"I think, when the Finoke of the
battle clears away, the people of
the Stato will be well satis'ied with
what the Legislature did, and en
dorse it by an overwhelming vote."
"Who will the North Carolina Re
publicans bo for for President next
"It is hard for mo to answer. I am
for McKinley, I find a sentiment
in the State for Reed, Harrison and
and McKinlev. I believe the in
terests of tho Republican party iu
South demand the nomination of
tho last Damp, hi the western part
of the State the sentiment ia oven
wheliniugly iu favor of him. Tho
reason I advocate him is because I
think protection will bo ono of the
leading issues in the next campaign
and I regard him as tho ablest ex
poncai of that policy."
Senator Pritchard through mis
r ?vidatioa of tho McKinley law
had caused the defeat of the Rg"
publican party in 1692, aud said:
"Every single victory we have won
since 1892 has been won by a com
parison of tho condition of tho
condition of the country under the
McKinley law wdth the condition
of affairs that has existed since the
inauguration of Mr. Cleveland and
the threatened legislation in regard
to tho tariff and passage of the
"What will bo the position of the
party in this State on silver ?"
"Tho Republican party in this
State wiil, in my judge nen, favor
Asksd if Gov. McKkliy bad not
lately declared himself for a gold
standard, Mr. Pricht rd said: "1
feel satisfiod that tho reports sent
out to tho effjet that Gov.
McKinley h id declared his inten
tion to desert the Republican
party in the event that a free coin-
ago plank was inserted in' our
platform, aro without any foundas
ation- I am not prepared to say
what his views wi l bo iu regttrd
to silver. Charlotte Ojsarver.
9 -- fkU
in uie OiSi of Cook vs. Meare,
the Superior C3urt of New H-mover,
held by His Honor, Judge W A
iioke. gives jadgment in favor of
Judge Me-ire3 as Judge of the new
criminal circuit. Cook appealed to
the supreme court.
NOT A S!CK DAY
Fop Over Thirty Years!
RESULT OF USIXTG
"Ayer's Cathartic Pills for over thirty
y-anrs have kept mo 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. vVheu I became convinced
that nine-tenths of my troubles were
caused by constipation, I beiui the use
of Aytr'3 Pills, with the most .satisfac
tory results, never having a single
attack that did not readily yield to this
remedy. My wife, who had been an
invalid f;r years, also began to use,
Oyer's Pills, and her health was quickly
restore.l. With my children I had no
ticed tl at nearly all their ailments were
preceded by constipation, and I soon
had the pleasure of knowing that with
children as with parents, Ayer's Pills,
if taken in season, avert all danger of
sickness." II. Wkttstkin, IWron, 111.
Highest Honors at WorSd's Fair."
Ayr-r's Sars:?tril!a Strengthens the System.
PLAIDS AND saBSTIXGrS, $
Four foot vood always wanted
be st ibices for same. We invito r n
insoectio s of all the goods we
pu irk I -7
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I-ot mca, vomen or boys at prices ranging
- om & osiiip from factory gxi-ijec-j.
era :el I indirect toCfrs mcrs. We 5?. ave
Ozfoi-d Glatiiator wLccIs ut toSHC than
other Tnanufr.ctu.rerg with prices f rox?i" ?? fo
doll iitani up,,
:SLS.:: "very wheel icily varrasTttd.
Lili. y 3ocfa)l leol rs a pre f t zZVU'Cy
?SJ:z2l cJLt thi'3 out an wiitTtc clay ior
our liana some catalogue. Addresg,
flVFfl'n MCft EJcy.leDep.rta.entH 110,
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