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oviM,UJtl N. C, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1S95.
WnoHE NO. 1.200.
P. L'!" v . Assistant Cashier
T I). F. Cannon
J')' rrvr' 'I. W. Cannon,
).' 1 1 'OLTHAN E.
hammo.vd & CO.
JEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Lfc, IVmuS Grain bought and
r; u;:iitd on Margin,
p, $. S.rJ. for explanatory circus
Lon speculation,' also weekly niar-
het letter. (Kreo) dwly
I'S MEIT- URIEL
LITAKKU'S COTiNEU )
- i II IIIHI HI I I IIHWII Ii I Hi Hi
aC. 1)1 f!S7W
Ikveo'nenpd mv MEAT MAIN
IKEf m the Litaker basement, for
Iier.v occr.'-i.d by Swilk & .Day
auk. When you want nice, fresh
seats, btef, p..rk. mutton, etc., call
"n or send in Tour orders to
S. L. KLUTTZ.
P.S.I am in the market when
wf cattle and hofjs are for pale.
II lifeliif Go,,
1: hALT BAG H.
ABOUT 250 CHILDKEN.
FULL OP CHICKS.
11' VKUS OF
of all Kind
- AND -
-'l --hest prices for
? VVe invite an in-
h,"" an the goods
1 iliteli ft
TheUraIeI School HasTIiat 2Vn;tiler
for the Opening Hay-Weather Too
Out of about 400 white childien
r . . .graUed 8Ch001 of , haS it returned from JacRson
una cuy iwo nunarea and tvty re
rivew as IIve JLtoek.
Col. M M Taggart, of Whitley
county, Ky was here Saturday
ported at the school building today,
the opening, to enter upon another
session and it is thought when the
weather moderates that nearly as
many more will report. This is
very encouraging Jor the first day.
Today and tomorrow wa3 and will be
devoted to classifying the scholars,
and by Wednesday work will begin
in earnest. At present everything
indicates that this will be the most
profitable term- at the graded school
we have ever had.
A Hand Hart.
Saturday afternoon just before the
Cannon mill shut down, Mr. Plecs
Thompson, who worKs in the lapper
room, accidentally got his hand
caught in the machinery, when
three fingers vere so badly mashed
that amputation was necessary. The
hand was terribly lacerated and the
pain intense Drs, Lilly and Mont
gomery dres ed the wound.
The Flight ot Folly.
The Bashful One They say that
there ate bacilli on a woman's lips
I wonder what they are like?
fche (encouragingly) Why don't
you try to find on I? Syracuse Post.
Dcctor I would adyis you, dear
madam, to take frequent baths,
plenty of fresh air, and dress in cool
Husband (an hoar later) What
did the doctor sa)?
Wife He said I ought to go to a
watetiug place, and afterward to the
moan tains, and to get some new
light eowus at once. Fliegende
Poet (to farmer) See what a
beoutiful prospect is unfolded in
yonder billowy fields; and, hark! the
yoice of the plowman!
Farmer he's been a cussin'
of that mule since daylight; and it's
one o' them Gerr - mules that used
to pull a beer wagon, and he can't
understand a xrord o' i'! Atlanta
The language of a deaf mute is a
thing that goes without saying.
A preacher recently asked a uni
versity don what he thought of his
"I heard in it what I hope never
to hear again."
"What was that ?''
"The clock strike twice." Tit
Bits. "What makes you think Bob will
be a policeman ?"
"He wa.ks in his sleep.
Yille F!a. Said he :
"The most wonderful thing I
have ever seen I witne ?ed the day
before I left Jacksonville in the
office of the Southern Express Com
pany. The day previous to the one
referred to, a crate of eggs shipped
from some point in North Carolina,
was received by the company at its
office. The eggs were packed in
cotton seed, and had been shipped
seven dajs previous to their arrival
"The next morning when Mike
Daniels, a clerk in the express
company's office, went to work, he
was surprised to hear the chirp of
young chickens in the room. Making
an investigation he found that the
chirps came from tbe crate of eggs
received the evening before. Open
ing the crate the discovery was made
that quite a number of the eggs had
hatched, while many more weie be
ing pipped by the young chicks in
side, and that the whole crate of
eggs wa3 in process of transforma
tion into a crate of chickens, Ptet!
peet ! peet ! came from dozens of
cgs, as the unai.turally hatched
youngstera cried tor liberation from
their shell prisons.
"Daniels took the chickens al
ready hatched from the crate, and
placed them on the floor of the
office, where they at once went to
work to pick up the grains and
crumbs lying around. The others
were left in the cotton seed packing,
and a3 they broke their shells they,
too, were placed on the floor. They
were of all colors black, white,
yellow, striped, etc. and made a
most unique collection.
"Thf hatching was, no doubt, due
to the generation of heat by the cot
ton seed which was used aa packing,
but who would haye thought of a
crate of eggs, travelling hundreds
of miles in a rough, jolting car.
hatching out a crate of chickens ?"
Having been duly qualified as ad
ministrator of Lucinda Suther. do
oil tifirsnns holding: claims
oninQf. said deceased are hereby ;
notified to present them to the un
dersigned on or before the 23rd day
of September, 1896, for payment, or
this notice will pe plead as a bar to
their recovery. All persons owing
said deceased are hereby notified to
make prompt payment. m .
W. J. Hill, Administrator.
This, Sept. 23, 1895.
.! V -t in IJn.i -Hill f-'.'( BHfIUi '
v.W.iiJm;; "'tT?Mnu Tike
f:f lions indimuau . . - ; Vtimonial aul
) " Kii( ;" ,vt.-..- r-t,tr.
An editor who died of starvation
was being escorted te heaven by an
aagel who had been sent for that
purpose. "May I look at the other
place before we ascend to eternal
happinesfe?" asked the editor. "Yes,"
said the angel. So they went; below
and skirmished around taking in the
sights. The angel lost track of the
editor and went around hades to
hunt him up. He found him by a
big furnace fanning himself and gaz
ing with rapture upon a lot of peo
ple m the fire. There was a sign on
the furnace which read, "Delinquent
subscribers." "Get a moye on you,"
said the angel, "we must go." "You
go on," said the editor, "I am not
coming." "This is heayen enough
for me." Ex.
.struck in the Head With a Koch
Saturday night about
while Swink's ice wagon was on its
return from the regular delivery,
Master Ernest Julian, who goes with
the, wagon, received a terrible blow
with a rock thrown by some one hid
in darkness. There were three oc-
; c pants in the wagon. Only one
, rock uas thrown, and Master Ernest
has reasons to believe it was chunked
:V him, by a little negro boy. It
cccurred just above the poatofflce.
TOOK A TUMBLE.
A WKois Wheel Run Oirnnd a JRugy
Turned Over Saturday Aight Ao
A wagon load of young folks left
town Saturday evening bound for
Cold Water Baptist church, to at
tend the Demorest Medal contest.
While descending the high hill at
Mr. R A Brew n's a hind wheel to
the wagon ran off and girls ard boys
fell iu a heap in tke dust. Before
the merry croad had go' ten another
s"art, a lady and gentleman came up
behind the broken down wagon, and
in trying to pass the blockaded
street, got too near the edge of the
ditch and over turned the buggy,
and then there were two heaps. No
one was hurr, however. Collars and
cuffs and pretty white dresses were
damaged considerably by the dust.
All this happened on the way to a
temperance meeting which makes it
a very singular coincidence.
THE SYNDICATE NO MORE.
Gone Up Into the Air, The Syndicate
Whleh Was the Support or the Gold
Reserve is iVoiv nA'on Entity.
New York, Sept. 21. The mem
bers of the bond syndicate were tc
day notified of its dissolution. Each
received a check, the amount of his
profit. The entire profit was about
six per cent. The syndicate of Bel
mont Morgan & Co. was under con
tract to keep the gold reserve in the
Treasury above the 100,000,000
maris till October 1st and is dissolu
tion today means that it fails in its
A close friend is yery often the
one who never lends a cent.
Horse flesh i3 becoming popular
as an article of human food. On
this question we yote "neigh."
There has been a great deal said
about bloomers, but no man has yet
dared to say there was notning in
Am Orange girl went back on her
bow-legged beau because she said
4tshe didn't like to waltz in brack
ets." The American Defender beat the
English Valkyre in the great yatch
race and the British are not Dunra
Childhood is the nursery rhyme,
youth the love ballad, middle age
the prose, and old age the blank
verse in a man's book of life.
A Nevada hunter spent three
months looking tor a grizzley bear
and the man's relatives spent three
months looking for him. They
think he must have found the bear.
There are pictures in every heart
portraits of people who have at
tracted your attention and filled
your life with love. These are faces
ever fresh and fair, soft, sweet and
sunny, to whom you are instinctive
ly drawn by the, force of personal
magnetism, and they can never be
obliterated from the gallery of the
heart. Orange (Va.) Observer. "
For Over Fitty Years .
Mrs. Winslow's Sooth' ng Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the
gums, allays pll pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
Drnggiat8 in every part of the
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle
Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslows
Soothing Syrup?' and take no other
Having transferred ir3' Fire Id-
surance business to Messrs. II I
Woodhouse and B E Harris, I corns
mena them to any who l it y he in
need of fire insurance, md bespeak
for them a liberal atronagp.
J. W- Bui.:::iZADt
We have assumed the Fire Insur
ance business of Mr. J. "W. Burkhear1,
comprising the agencies tor several
first-class and well establi&he -i corn
panies, and respectfully solicit a
liberal share of business in ibat line,
WOODHOUSE '& IlARrtlS.
August 26, tf
I have now in stock at my i coins
opposite the court hous splen
did line of well-made F:;rnitnra
Bed Steads, Tables,
Wash Stands Safes,
I d fy competition in regard to
quality and price. You will l
surprised when you hear my pi ices
Come and see. If not in stock
cau supply you in a few -Irs. I
have a nice line of
at prices that will surprise you. I
keep a full 'line on I:ar?d i' im
mediate suppty. I buy
and run my planing ir-'.rrK- ': .u - i
all persons vrho vi- .i j h, liim
in this line, will do well lo euii
and see idp.
J. T. Pounds
Concord. N. C. July 13. 1S9G.
S E M I N A R Y
A Flourish in sr So. Loo. for Y ns?
TEN TEACH EES.
Onumental Bra chvn I'teMv
HEV. C. L. T. FJSHEi.i, A. H
MOUNT PL ASANT. N. C
13 JUSTAS COOD FOR ADULTS.
WARRANTED. PRICE Lcts.
GAL ATI A, ILLS., Nov. lt, 1503.
Paris Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.
fipntlpmen: We sold last Tflar. f!flO hr.ttlr.g of
GKOVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC a id haw
bought three cross already this year. In nil owr ex
perience of 14 years, in the drug business, have
never scM an article that pave such universal safis
taction aa your Tonic. Yours truly,
. a j j n i; v , C a S: C3
For a!eby all tiruggists.