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Jtf ottce.of Dissolntlon.
Notioft. is hereby" civen that the
firm of Yorko & Wadsworih, com-
posed of N. b Yorke, J. C Wads
worth ad Carmorin & Fetzeras
silent pnrtenerp, was dissolved by
mutual consent on the 21th day of
This the Gth tby of August, 1895.
N. F. Youke.
J. O- AYadswortii.
Cannons & Fetzer.
"We, N. F. Yorke, J. C. Wadsworth
Mid u, J- Hurri?, under style ami
firm iw:o of Yorke, Yvads worth &
Co., v;"i:i conduct and carry on the
former business of Yorke & Wads
wortt?, and r;e n sr.me all liabilities
of i'ori-.o & W'udswrtb, and collect
all no1-.:, r.cccvmts and other in
debtdn-Ki duo iurke & Wads -worth.
Wo rc- pectftn';: solicit the rat
ionale of iho pul'lic-
Yorke, YrAiwvonTiiI& Co.
Atigd-t (', 1895.
Bs itcrdained by the commission-
its for the towr of Concord, N. C. :
Section 1 That the bicycle ordi
nances Nus. 73 and 77 resoectivelv
passed by the beard on the llih day
of September, 1894 and on the 33th
day of Av.i-'uet, 195 be and the same
are here by rep ca! e d .
Section 2. And be it ordained by
the commicioneis for thi town of
Cor cord : Thr.t any ono vrho. shah
ride a bi"jcJo on any sidewalk witb
in the corporate limits of the town
of Concord, X- G. shall bo deemed
gailty of u miidenieanor and upon
-onvlc; i ihiveof shall be iinf.d
fi"3 do.tbirs or imprisoned for ten
bec'i :-n 3. Any one who shall ride
a bh-o el,: across f.ny of the public
croseiricrs vithin the corporate Jim-
its of the town of Concord ata
greater tpeed than an ordinary walk
shall be- deemed guilty of a misde
meanor and upon conviction there
of sha1! be fined five dollars or im
prison v. d for ten days.
This ordinance slrill be in effect
on and after August, 23, 1895. By
order of board.
a21 lm J. L. Haetsell. Uierk.
AD i II N IS T HAT 0 P. 'S NOTICE:
Iiavic been duly app inteu
oualin''; ?idm:i:istiato. oi '.he
ol J. O- Wfther.spoon, e'eccased, a 1
person i holding C'oimg air.iiiit the
said v ; ceased ae Leieby noti23d to
preso--r t.'iem d.vdy authenticated to
the luiderpiguc-ii'or payment on or
before the Gth d iy of September,
,i t: U III 'JC piOrUi as
a bar to their re .very. A-so all
persons vi:a ir r-nia c-:-t:do are notis
fed that p.xunpt nyn'nt is expect'
ed. -:. F. !: -in r,
This, Scpf-.53 m
:VVliD MAKE his
i it i tit i-J
COiicC -v;- i. Oj JvvUl! 110113 C-j i" ClZCi
Good inlddiin?., 8 10-3
Lew mindhu '
td:u 5 to G
Corrected hv C Yv Swink,
Sugar-cured r-.v.-t 12015
Bulk ? neat 8, zbk-r, 8 to t;
Lard 8 to 11
Fioui"(Xonh Carolina) 1.75
Oats..., ....30 to 35
MT. PLEASANT, N. C,
REV. J. D. SHIREY,! D. D., Pres
ADADEMIC, COMM MRCIAL
Total necessary expenses
session of 38 weeks. 885.00 to
Next session begins Sept
3. 1895. For cotalogne and
special information, address
the President as above, or
lm. Secretary of Faculty.
Opens September 2. Offers full, thor
ough preparation for college ; practical,
thorough training for business or life
Por information or announcement, ad
dress. HOLLAND VHOMPSON.
tt&9 22tw Cosoord, a
Kedn il Kali road Kates.
Cotton State and International
Expo it ion, Atlanta, Ga. Tickets
on Hflle Saptember 5 and 12 and
daily from September 15 to Decern
bar 15. 1S9G, iaclusive with hnal
limit January 7, 1896. Fare for
round trip 814.20. Tickets on sale
da:ly from September 15 to Decerns
ber SO, inclusive with final limit
fifteen days from date of sale. Fare
lor round trip $10.40. Tickets on
sale daily from September 15 to
December 30, inclusive with final
limit sever? days from date of sale.
Fare for round trip 86 55,
Burke Couni3T Agricultural Fair,
MoratitoD, N. C, tickets on sale
October 14 -h to 37th inclusive, final
limit October 18ihf 1895. Continue
ous passage in both directions. Fare
foi round trip $3.30.
Buffalo Bid's Wild west Show,
Salisbury, N, O. Tickets on sale
Oct. 11. Final limit Oct, 12, 1895.
F for round trin 90 cents. Con-
. . - ,
tmuous psa-o m bo,h dircctious.
Colored Bicycle Club Bace, Char
lotte, N. C. Tickets on sale S3pt.
30 and Oct. 1. Final limit Oct. 2,
1895. Continuous passago ii in
both directions. Fare for round
trip 85 cents.
Women's Baptist St&to home
Mission Couvontion, Or- enviile, X.
C. Tickets on sale to Salem, N. C,
Sept. 30 and Oct- 1. Final limit
Oct. 7, 1895. Continuous passage in
each direction. Fare for r.,und trip
Convention of International As
sociation of Fire Ftngineers Au
gusts, Ga. Tickets on tab. Oct 5, C
and 7, gc od going en dato of sale
only. Final limit -Oct. 25, 1895.
Continuous passage in each direc
tion. Fare i;r round trip 7.45,
Iron-clad conditions to be complied
General JHsf ionary Convention,
Dallas, Texas. Tickets cr. nde Oct.
1G; good going on date of .;:'.( ci;Iy.
Final limit Cc. CO, 1895. Continuous
poHH?ge in en ch direction . :-e for
round trip 34.35, Iron-c ad cc n
5 to be c
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South lio3tfn, Via
Salisbury, X. C. ..
Sr.atesvillc, X. C
Taylorsvillo, X. O
Trycn, X. C
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U0.75 1 7.8.5 1 4.90
. 2 5. 25 10.25 14.00
Wi'st 1'oint, Va 2;i.0517.:r 112.C0
Warrenton, Va ;2t5. 25 10.25 14. W
wukesboro, X. C 22.05 10.85 11. m . ...
Winston-Safrm . X. C. 19.001 3.05 .,...1 0 .80
'Uates from intermadiate points in proportion.)
Column A : Tickets will bo sold Foitonibcr 5
and 12, and daily from September 15 to Decern-
J?efv" 1H!-Ij' inlu3ive, with tiual limit Jauuarj
Column B : Tickets will be sold daily f i om
September 10 to December 15, 1S05, inclusive,
with final limit twenty (20) days from date o
Column C: Tickets will be sold daily from
September 15 to December '60, 1895, inclusive,
with final limit fifteen (15) days from date-of
sale. No ticket to bear longer limit than Janu
ary 7, 1896.
Col umn D : Tickets will be sold on Tuesdays
and Thursdaj-s of each week from September
17 until December 24, 1895, inclusive, with final
limit ten (10) days from date of sale.
Column E: Tickets will be sold daily from
Sept ember 15 to December 30, 1895, inclusive,
with final limit seven (7) days from date of sale.
Is the only lino entering the Exposition
Grounds, having: a double-track, standard
eruage rallTruy from the center of the city ol
Atlanta to the Exposition Grounds.
T- tickets and full information apply ta
your nearest agent, or address
J. M. CCLP, W. A. TURK. . e
Traffic ifanaser, Gen'l Pass. Ast
1PQQ Penna. Av.. WRshinfirton. D. CL
sT RIGHT JER ! Ol
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
(Topic WHO Travel,, as Seen by "n
Mr. B F Rogers has returned to
the city from New York.
Mr. J F Hargrave, of Lexing
ton, spent Sunday in this city.
Prof. C II Wilmouth, of Char
lotte, wa3 in the city to-day.
Rev. J Q Wertz wa3 in the city
Lawyer J L Crowell is spending
the afternoon in Charlotte.
Mr. It J Foil was oyer from
Charlotte Sunday, :
Miss Lucy Richmond left this
morning for Hudson, N. C, where
she will be engaged in teach ir-g.
Mr, James Lentz spnt Sunday
in the city and relumed to Winst
I thi3 morning.
Mhs Mamie Ury spent Sunday
In the city with Mrs. R A Brown.
She returned to'Mont Amo?na today.
Mrs. Joel Reed, Misa Mary Reed
and Mrs. B FJKgera are m Char
Engineer W L Parish ia in the
city, taking a week'a rest cZ. the
Mr. James F Misnbeircer, once
a merchant of this city but now with
E M Andrews' furniture house,
Charlotte was in the city today.
Mr. and Mrs. Riley Pebble.', of
Boston, Mbss., who were the guests
ofdr.andMrs 1) R Hoover, hfc
today for A tUn t?, tosdiend the ex
"dr. a:-. I bis. Gowan Duseu
bury and Jiitle boy,returntd to their
home at Oxford to-day, after spends
iii eeycr.d days with Mr. Dusen-
i.t the St. Cloud
Li li to
V. i3 '''.'-1 "C
Arc the joy and sunlight cf our
hoins. Use all care to keep the
litile ones' in health. Do not give
them nauseous doses. You can
overcome their v.ubles with Dr.
They all like to take it because it
does not taste like a medicine,
but like a lemonade. It cures colic
in young children, overcomes, all
bowel troubles, gives good digestion,
and quiet, healthful sleep.
As a tonic for weak children and
as a remedy for use in teething, it is
the greatest in the world.
CSold by Druggists, new package,
large bottle, 108 Doses, One Dollar.
Manufactured only by
The Atlanta ChenftsI Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Write for 48-Page Book, Mailed Free.
FET ZEE'S BR UG ST QBE.
COAL FOR SALE
Best,; Coal in the South
Accurate veu lif c : ; c i
LcwFiice. Cr1' ( -
m mm a wCm .lirl
I mmwm mm k
Astoria is Dr. Samuel PitcJier" prescription for T:Cn,u
and Childreii. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
etlicr Karcotic substance. It is a IiarmWr substitute
for Farecorie, Drops, Soolliing- Syrups, an1 r Oil,
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty ye;. -?:- yy
Millions of Tvletliers. Castcria destroys W cniv. a:: .
feverishness. Castcria prevents .vomitini; Cc:::
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castcria relieve?
teething" troubles, cures constipation and flatulency,
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bovels, giving" healthy and natural sleep. Ca:
toria is tho Children's Panacea--the- jMctlier'i- Fdead.
aCastoria Is an excellent medicine for chil
dien. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upcii their children."
Dr. G. C. UsnooD,
"Castoria is the best remedy fcr children of
v?hich I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the
real interest of their children, and u?e Castoria
instead of the various . jr-ack nostrums which
are destroying their Ijved ones, by forcing
opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other
hurtful agents down their throats, thereby
esnding theza to premature graves."
Dr. J. F. Kinciifle, .
Ttia Ce.-.larp Company, 7T
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YOU OUGHT TO BE
Froir the imxression that we are still in the midst o?
panic, Your interest demands it. If you need anythin?.
The earlier you buy the better off you will be. Bnsine:
is rapidly improving and prices are running higher all aloa
the line. The prospects are Golden with a plentious sprink
ling of Silver, Call and see our Bed Room Sets, Parlor Set r.
Dining Sets, Hall Sets, and Kitchen Sets. Ward Rob
Book Cases, Roll Top Desks, Hat Racks, Extension anc
The Lr.Ldsomest line in the State But cur stock of
; i ie uv.ay up in G. Come and
Cannons, Fetzer & Bel
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Castoria is so well adap ted tocYrc.t i ,
I recommend it as superior to any r rc :;cri"; .
known, io me."
II. A. Arches, m. D.,
Ill So. Oxiord St., Urooklvu, N, .
'Our physicians in the cbil.lren's dip.-.-t.
ment have spoken highly cf their epiri
ence in their outside practice wii'i C.i;ic:;:
aad although we only have cv.nv. r. .
medical supplies what is known as regular,
products, yet we are free to confess that V
merits of Castoria has won u.; to lock 7
favor upon it."
United Hospital axd DisrE:cki,
Allen C. Sjiitu, Pres.
Murray Street, W on Vzrk Cll'j.
K t t .4 .
jan 1, iJ.