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t'OKCOKD, N. 0.
Oi f.i i , President
D p' Cci.tuaxis, Cashier.
I j)' r,..TK.NR, Assistant Cashier
1)1 K EC TORS
I m. Ovv.iu D: F. Cannon
Flam Kixfi, J. w- Cannon,
IV k. Odki.u W. H. Lilly,
I). I), COLTRANE.
HAMMOND & CO.
Stock fend Bond
180 & 132 Pearl Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Stocks, 1-onds and Grain bought and
solu, or tarried on Margin.
p s. Send for explanatory eircm
h: en speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwly
iIM!TT7'P HCIT MJDICT
(T. TAKER'S CORNER )
I bare opened my MET MAR
KET in the Litaker basement, for
merlv occupied by Swink & Day
vault. When you want nice; fresh
i?ieat, beef, pork, mutton, etc., call
cn or send in your orders to
S. L. KLUTTZ.
P. S. 1 am in the market when
beef cattle and hos are for sale.
I Manufacturing Go,
'.V) SALT BAGS.
of all Kind
'r-Foot wood always
om,abest. price3 for
Same' We invite an in
lotion of all the goods
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Poouliar Expressions N;uil ,v ImmI
You folks that take the front
seats and come to rooet before Buns
downyou ouht to pay storage.
It I had come here for money,
bless your soul, I'd left after the
I've seen a town where a woman
would give ?5, but this is the first
town where a thing with breeches
wouldn't give more than a dollar.
Every criminal that goes unwhipt
of justice ia a menace to good citi
zenship. Lawlessness in a town is a hot bed
Policemen find everything that
the uentiment of the town demands
they shall find.
If I was Mayor of this town, you'd
have to stay at home, old buck.
No gentleman will do anything he
denies his wife the privilege of doing.
Your Uncle Jones lifts the same
standard for himselt as he does for
I propose to do you up and put
yon in decent shape, you dirty scouns
Make Sam Jones Mayor and he'd
set up with you bucks. He'd make
yuu decent or make you leave town.
The difference between Sam Jones
and many preachers is that Sam
Jones preaches like he thinks and
they think like they preach,
I'd rather be Bob Ingersoll than a
cowardly, time serying preacher.
Old church members charging 12
per cent, interest. If you were in
hell you'd have the whole country
under mortgage before the year's out.
When me and my wife ride the
same horse, I'm going to be in front.
Agent for your wife ! Pay your debts
and you won't have to be agent then.
Turn an old dog loose in heaven
and he' d be out before breakfas,
chinking gold off the golden streets.
Preachers, load your old fusilade
with buck shot, and when (you pull
the trigger there'll be a dead dog.
When you are in hell frying,
you'll feel a heap worse than you do
I believe if all the members of the
church in Winston were to set to
heaven you'd have to sleep with your
breeches under your head. They'd
If you are mad, beg my pardon
and I'll foigive you. I don't bear
I like bangs, I always thought
they were becoming to women aud
This is scalding and scouring day
in this town. Bad day for chinches,
Some of you think Sam Jones
shoots off his mouth half cocked.
It's a mistake. When his mouth
goes off the hammer is pulled clear
If you go away yelping folks will
say, there goes one of Sam Jones'
There's a pQssum up the tree.
Wait about twenty minutes longer.
I'm going to smoKe him out.
BucKlen's Arnica Sulye.
The Best Salve in tke world for
Cuts, Brrr8, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fover Sores, Tetterd Chappe
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, an1 positively ocrc-s
Piles or no pay rqui-ed. It is
guaranteed to give statisf action or
nr rpfn'nded. Price 25 cents per
box. For stile at P I e?r r-
N. C., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1895.
THE ROUTE OF THE BELL. I
It Will Tafto rly Five Days to ;
From I'ailatlelpEiia to Atlanta.
PlIILA DELPHI A, Pa., Sept. 19.
The revised itinerary of the journey
ot the committee of the city coun.
cil's committee with the Liberty
Bell to the Atlanta exposition, has
been finally completed. The journey
will occupy nearly five days.
The party leaves Philadelphia on
the morning of October 4th, and ar
rives in Atlanta at 2 o'clock on the
afternoon of October 8th. On the
first day the, bell will go South
through Deleware, Maryland, Dis
trict of Columbia and Virginia.
Short stops will be made at WiK
mington, Baltimore, a two hours'
rest in Washington, then on through
Alexandria, Quantico, Fredericks
burg, Milford, Doswell, Ashland and
Richmond. The night will be spent
in Richmond, and the next day's
tour will be confined to Virginia.
Stops will be made at Petersburg,
Nottoway, Crewe, Farmville, Lynch
burg and Bedford, and night will be
spent in en route. The third
'lay's iourney will proceed
through Christiansburg, East Rad
ford, WytheviLe and Glade Springs,
in Virginia, and in Tennessee, Bris
tol, Johnson Ciiy, Greenville, Morris
town and Knoxville. The next
day in London, Athens and Cleve
land will be given a eight of the bell,
and Chattanooga will be reached at
11:30 on that morning. The afters
noon ami night will be passed at
Chattanooga and on the next day,
October 8th, the party will proceed,
through Dalton and Rome, Ga.,
reaching Atlanta at 2 o'clock p. m.
National I.eng;ue Clubs,
With Baltimore in the lead and
Clevelend next in the push, Phila
delphia is yet in sight of the band
wagon. The national league games
stand as follows :
V. Jj. to tlat. r. c.
Baltimore 70 41 13 MS
Cleveland 0 45 11 .040
Philadelphia 74 47 10 .612
Chicago 07 5G 9 .545
Boston GO 55 11 .545
Brooklyn 00 56 10 .541
Pittsburg 60 50 10 -541
New York 04 57 10 .529
Cincinnati 60 59 13 .50
Washington 40 79 13 .336
St. Louis 37 84 It .306
Louisville 31 91 11 .254
TO day's GAMES.
Baltimore at Brooklyn; New York
at Boston; Washington at Philadel
phia; Cleveland at Pittsbarg; Louis
ville at Cincinnati; no game sched
uled for St. Louis and Chicago.
Mr. Thompson, Too.
Prof. Holland Thompson, princi
pal of the Concord High School, is
in receipt of an appointment a8 a
marshal at the coming State Fair,
by his friend, Mr. Kufus L Patters
eon, the chief marshall. Concord
will doubtless furnish several gal
lant marshals for this great event.
From a letter written by Rev. J
Gunderman, of Diamondale, Mich.,
we are permitted to make this ex
tract: "I have no hesitation in re
commending Dr. King's New Dis
covery, as the results were almost
marvelous m the case of my wife.
While I was pastor of the -Baptist
Church at Rives Junction she was
brought down with Pneumonia
succeeding La Grippe. Terrible
paroxysms- of coughing wxmlcl? isst
hours with little interuption and" it
seemed as if she could not survive
them. friend recommended Dr.
King's Nev Discovery ; it was quick
in i M work and highly satisfactory in
results" Trial bottles free at.
Fetzer's Drug store Regular size
50c. and $1 00.
Acniiiua Rheumatism relieved '
tby Dr. Miles' Nerve Plasters.
MT. PLEASANT NEWS.
Yry Little Sickness Raising Their
Own .Supplies Come to Enter School
Mt. Pleasaxt, N. O, Sept. 18.
There has been very little sickness
during the summer, in the town
and suriounding country; and at
the present time we know of no
casPB of sickness peculiar to hot
weather. The doctors have not
been rushed during the past summer.
The continued hot weather is
ripening the topn and fodder very
fast, and is also causing the cotton
bolls to crack.
There has not been shipped here
this year a single box of western
bacon. This looks like raising "your
own supplies." It should be so every
year, not only as regards meat, but
also grain. When the south, as a
whole, sees it is greatly to her ad
vantage to do this, it will be hard on
the western and northwestern meat
houses and granaries. By the way,
we wonder if this has not had some
thing to do with the silver craze out
Mr, Ed Fulen wider and sister, of
Monroe, arrived Monday evening to
A New Tax Law.
One of the new laws passed by
the last Legislature that is just now
making a stir over the State, is to be
found in section 20 of the machin
ery act. The dealers are required
to make two returns per year to the
register of deeds, the first from Jan
uary 1 to June 30. So fir, only a
few have done so. The law in ques
tion says: On every commission mer
chant, broker or dealer buying or
selling, one per certum on his com
missions. On every dealer in cigars,
cheroots, manufactured smoking or
chewing tobacco and cigarettes, an
annual tax, five cents per thousand
for cigars and cheroots, one half
ceit per pound on manufactured
smoking and chewing tobacco, and
five cents per thousand for cigar
ettes, provided, however, that noth
ing in this section shall be con
gtrued to apply to manufacturers of
tobacco, cigars, cheroots or cigar
ettes; and county, citj or town shall
be allowed to impose any tax,
license or fee on such dealers,
Do You Know:
That Concord is one of the best
towns in the State and is today in a
better condition than most of them.
That there is more building going
on than at any time in history of
That you cannot at all times do
everything to please everybody.
That we are going to have a big
fall trade and the merchants and
laborer alike will profit thereby.
That when it rains the dust will
likely be settled. We have a num
ber of accounts that will then not
be in "sweet harmony,"
Electric Bitters is a medicine
suited-for any season, but perhaps
more generally needed, when the
languid exhausted feeling prsvails
when the liver is torpid and slug
gish and the need of a tonic and
alterative is felt. A prompt use of
this medicine has often averted
long and perhaps fatal bilious
fevers. No medicine will act more
surely iu counteracting and free
ing the eystom from the malarial
poison. Headache, indigestion,
Constipation, dizziness yeild to
Electric Bitters, 50c and $1.00 per
bottle at Fetzer's Drug store.
Whole NO. 1.267
Having transferred my Fire In
purancfl business to Messrs. II I
Woodhouse and B E Harris, I coins
mena them to any who may bo in
need of fire insurance, md bespeak
for them a liberal vatroupgo.
J. W Buhkiiead,
We have assumed the Fira Insur
ance business of Mr. J. W. BurH :ead.
comprising the agencies for r-c-verui
first-class and well establishes com
panies, and respectfully solicit a.
liberal share of business in that line.
Woodhouse & Harris.
August 26, tf
I have now in stock at mv rooms
opposite the court house a s . Jon
did line of well-made Furniture
Bed Steads, Table.
Wash Stands Safes,
I defy competition in regard to
quality and price. You will be
surprised when you bear my prices
Come and see. If boH ?toelr
cau supply you in p. few (1m j. I
have a nice line of
at prices that will surprise I
. keep a full 21ine n bar., .re
mediate supply. I buy
and run my planing macliMLc, nnd
all persons who wish any thing
in this line, will do well to call
and see mr. ;
J. T. Pounds.
Concord. N. C. July 13. 1895.
S E M I N ARY
A Flourishing School for Young
Ladies. TEN TEACHERS,
Ornamental BraLches Receive
REV. C. L. T. FISHER, A M
MOUNT PL ASANT. N. G
IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS.
WARRANTED. PRICE 50 cts.
gal ati a, Ills., Nov. 16, lwn.
Paris Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Gentlemen: We sold last year, 00 bottles of
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC and hav
bought three gross already this year. In all oar ex
perience of 14 years, in the drug business, hare
never sold an article that gave such universal sail
taction tut your Tonic. Yours truly,
x ABXEV, CAUR & CO.
For sale by all urqggiajte.
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