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fiY JAKES 1. COOK.
OFFICE IN CASTOR BUILDING
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Concord. N. C.
CONCORD, AUGUST 13, 1895.
The Lord did us decidedly more
goo J oday, the rain, thr d'd Till
man and Butler. So it is said the
J evil is always on han.
Abuse of "the commercial class"
s 'ad poisoned attacks on individual
ubinbo men will never be goodj
nohtics iu the Umt.d S-"tes.
A Cincinnati man has suicided to
uvoid paying assessments for street
nipruvc-ments. It seem3 impossible
to leapue Cincinnati from the fossil
The k'ang who are murdering mis
niii" in C na are called "Vege
ttriaas." For vegetarians they seem
ro have a very strong hankering for
A writer in Marion (O.) Democrat
rt - hat Chicago whisky will not
intoxicate and then adds that "Chi
cago is a synon)m of hell." Ia the
joke on Chicago, the whisky, or the
Ohio man ?
A French Anarchist who fixed up
a bomb last Saturday to blow up
the manager of a coal mine hung on
.0 it jl little too long and it blew him
ill to piecea. That bomb under
stood it3 business.
Kansas he: a girl who campaigns
irotturs to raise money for finishing
her education. Two seasons on the
harness circuit will finish her edu
cation and she can keep her money
for a rainy day. She will know the
v.fjj of men and that is higher edu
cation than comes in conservatories
"When the people ce;se to respect
,v4tj, -'rarehy will be upon
us." These are the words of Rev.
TiV in the North Carolina Chris
i Advocate, It is frequently
'heard now that two of the most con
sole 4uus and influential papers of
the slate have done much recently
to lessen their "respect" and to en
courage mob law.
A correspondent asks if the ladies
have to "ride straddle" on a bicy
cle. Bices your ecul, honey, we don't
know. We've seen the dear crea
tures scooting along, but they so so
fast and look so sweet that we haye
not time to notice whether they are
riding sidewise or whether they are
sitting a straddle. Besides, what
difference does it make ? asks the At--iA
A-nbose Hileman writes to Lt.
Gov. R A Cobb, of Morganton
(sweet characters, they are!) that
tne campaign of 1896 will decide
whether the youag, progressive,
brrd"minded, liberty-loving and
patriotic Pritchard shall be again
returned to the United States Sen
ate, or spine, old fossilized, mosabck
-ditician shr-M again misrepresent
us, and sell us out to '-Wall and
Lombard Str--:' - Honest, honor
able and open-hmded "fusion" be
tweeu the "Pops, and Reps." must
be had in 1896 in order that we may
i -st enjoy the benefits of the fusion
of '94. Raleigh Obc ver,
A Ksr 3 farmer got himself in
to trouble by kis:ing b?s neighbor's
wife in a "loud, boisterous, felon,
ious, malicious and unseemly man
ner." Kansas will not stand any
thing of that kind pnd we don't
blame her. When there is any
tbmg of that kind t be done even
surreptitiously should be done
with t om'ug order, grace and
g4-a..cy. No man ought to kiss his
neighbor's wife as if he w?: eawing
boards or breaking junk,
. COMING MARRIAGE.
Melon.- cbeap-l'rof. Setzler Back.
Home-Made Bicycle Special Tax
Driving Out Doctor.
Mt. Pleasant, N. C, Aug. 13.
Although a heavy rain fell here
last week, it is getting dry again.
Much of the com arouud here is late
and it will require several more good
rains to mature it.
This has not been a suitable year
for the growing of watermelons, but
those put on the market are very
cheap and do not find a ready sale.
The marriage of Miss Maye
Dreher, of this place, to Mr. L M
Srcink, of Winston, was announced
Sunday night in the Lutheran
church, It will take place on the
3rd day of September in the church
aboye mentioned. The announce
ment was not a surprise to many, as
events liku this cast their shadowB
before them in a mysterious way.
We are glad to haye Prof. Setzler
with us again. He arriyed last Frit
day, riding over from Concord on
his wheel. We don't imagine he
had the appearance of a professor
when wading barerfoot through Cold
Water creek. He is yery fond of
bicycle riding, but a flying machine
would have rendered him better ser
vice on this trip.
Although our friend, Jacob Bar
rier, has his bicycle completed, he
seldom lides it. It can always be
told, however, when he is on the
streets the bike rattles so. We
pred'et that he will some day con
struct a finer machine.
The schools will open here in
about three weeks. There ought to
be a large attendance of students,
for harder work than usual has been
done during vacation.
The special tax, placed on the
doctors by the fusion legislature,
will likely driye several of our vete
rinary surgeons out of business. The
people will regret to see them step
out, for their services will be needed
and then, too, they do not charge
IJuckIeii Arnica Sly,
The Best Salve in tke world for
Cuts, Bruisis, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetterd Chappe
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay requi-ed. It ia
guaranteed to give statiefaction or
monev refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale at P B Feizer'a Drug
No young lady- is satisfied with
her clothes unless they are a Miss
And now a West Virginia heiress
has eloped with a tramp. It's get
ting so that after a while a decent
man will have no chance with the
girls at all. Orange (Va.) Ob
Complete Recovery by the Use of
"Somo years ago, a a result of too
close attention to business, my health
failed. I became weak, nervous, was
unable to look after iuy interests, and
manifested all the symptoms of a de
cline. I took three bottles of Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, began to improve at once,
and gradually increased my weight from
one hundred and twenty -live to two
Ihundred pounds. Since then, I and my
family have used this medicine when
needed, and we are all in the best of
health, a fact which wo attribute to
Ayer'3 Sarsaparilla. I believe my chil
dren would have been fatherless to-day
had it not been for Ayer's Sarsaparilla,.
of which preparation I cannot say too
much." II. O. IIinsox, Postmaster and
Planter, KinardV, S. C.
RECEIVING MEDAL AT WORLD'S FAIR.
AYER'S Pills Savo Doctor's Bills.
TKUSrKE'a SALE OF A VAL
UABLE GOLD MINE AND A
LARGE LOT OF MAi
liy virtues of authority vested in us by
a mortgage or deed in trust, executed on
the 15th day of June, 1882, which Mort
gage or deed in trust, is duly recoided
in Register's office for Cabarrus county,
book 3G, page G8, we will sell at the court
house in Concord to the highest bidder
for cash on Monday, the 2nd day of
beptember, 1895, all that tract of land,
adjoining A W Bost, Morton Pet ea and
others, beginning at a stake, A W Bost's
corner, runs thence south eighty two
degrees west ninety-one perches to a
stake in the hollow, 11 M Petrea's line ;
thence south three and one-half degrees
west twenty perches to a pine stump ;
then north seventy degrees west twenty
perches to a white oak on the bank of
Hamby branch; then south thirty de
grees east one hundred perches to a stake
on the bank of Hamby, formerly a sweet
gum; then south eleven degrees east
twenty-six perches to a walnut ; thence
north seveatytlve degrees cast forty-five
perches to a stake, Bost's corner ; thence
north three degrees' east one hundred and
twenty-seven perches to the beginning,
containing fifty -.eight and one-half acres
of land, nunc or less. Together with all
the buildings now upon said tract of land
and the steam engine and boiler, mills
and machinery and appliances to the
same belonging therein &nd thereon and
generally everything now placed on said
tract of land necessary for the develop
ment of the mineral resources of the
same or for mining gold ore thereon, or
for the reduction and tieatment of the
same and generally all the corporate
rights and franchise of the said party or
their successors or assigns, lhe said
tract of land being the same which Wil
liam II Orchard, trustee etc by indenture
bearing date the twenty-third day of
July A.D. 1881, duly registered at Con
cord, North Carolina in bok No. ?i
page 364 etc. granted and conveyed unto
the said party of the first part in fee.
The alove property will be shown any
one, prior to sale day, by application to
parties on the premises. There Is a large
quantity; of ore upon this property,
which has already been mined, and the
machinery is suitable for grinding the
ore. This 18th day of June, 1895.
Jos. K. Livezey, 1
Jno . . Newman,
Wni. Kelnath, y Surviving Trustees.
H. J. Fox,
Amos Burton, J
B Fishmuth, executor of W D Fishmuth.
The Philadelphia Trust, Safe Deposit
and Insurance Co. executor of Henry
By W. M. mith,"Attorney.
Having been duly appointed and
qualified executrix of the last
will and testament of Jno, W Fink,
deceased, ail persons holdig claims
against said deceaed are hereby
notified to present them to the un
dersigned duly authenticated on or
before the 9th day of August 1S96
or this notice will be plead as a bar
to their reco?ery. Also ail persons
owing deceased aie liotidtd that
prompt payment ii w .
Thia Aug. 9th '95. Executrix.
THE RACKET STORE
You Money on Nearly
Calico and Peroal at 20 cents per pound, it runs fro:?.
4 1-2 to 8 yards to the pound.
HOME-MADE PERCAL SHIRTS
better made and fit better than the $1,00 ones, our
price 40 cents.
Spool thread at 2 cents. 1
Good needles 1 cent per paper also pins at the sa:.
Shoe blacking 1 cent per box.
Hand soap at 1 cent per cake.
Ladies' black silk belt 10 cents.
Good seamless Sox 5 cents. These are not trash.
Envelopes 2 cents per package of 25.
2 rubbertipped Lead Pencils for 1 cent.
20c Machine Oil for 5 cents,
Best Grade of Table Oil Cloth
at 15 cents per yard. This goods will not crack, like th
3 Tin Cups for 5 cents.
KNIVES, FORKS AND SPOONS CHEAP
Gents' Linen Collars 6k cents.
Waterproof Collars 10 cents.
Safety Pi'is 2 cents per dozen.
Spectacles 10 cents per pair.
Bargains in Every Department
Come and See for Yourself
D. J. BOSTIAN. PROP'R'
See the TJ. S. Flag cm tof
of The Racket. I
of It--We S