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Cotton State and International
Exposition, Atlanta, Ga. Tickets j
on sale September 5 and 12 and
riaiiy from September 15 to Decern-
ber 15. lcdo icciusivo with final
limit January 7, 1898. Fare for
round trip Sit. 20. Tickets on tale
da:ly ffom September 15 to Decern
ber SO, inclusive with final limit
fifteen days from data of .sale. Fare
tor roand trip CIO. -10. Tickets on
saio daily from September 15 tu
December 30, inclusive with final
limit Bcven days from date of sale.
I'Yao for round irip $G 55.
Burke County Agricultural Fair,
Mortar; ton, N. C, tickets on Bale
LOVE LED TO RUIN.
October 1 h r .ulu monism, iir-ai j
limit October 18-h, 1S05. Ovntin;-ts
oub massage in both directions. Fare
V; Hi V flit tAlGv,
Thev all like to take it because it foi round trip 3.30.
... . I Buffalo Bill's V,
trt-fcU 1 " 4 7 Salisbury, N, C. Tickets on wile
but like a lemonade. It cures colic ' Qct. 11 Final bmifc Oct. 12, 1895.
in your. 2 children, overcomes all Fare for voxiwd iii:: W cents,. Con-
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 vorld.
'Sold by Druggists, new package,
large bcti'.e, 10 -3 Doses. One Dollar.
Manufactured only by
Tfcs liters CM Co., Mlania, Ga.
Xirlid for -iS-Pags Dook, :.Iai!?'l Frer,
Convention of International As
sociation of Fire EcHgirc-crs An
gusfa, Ga. Tickets on auk- Oct 5, 0
Uid 7, goo-1 going on dat of f,a'e
only. Fin.-t-1 lirjit C'k. 25, I::D5.
C'-' -tiuiious pasf-M l" n each direc
tior.. Faro for i:und trip 1A,
; A ui!ly FHprJit After Yearn, Honor,
Wcalifcnnd Social Standing Thrown
AsKle Uint Lovers lislt Be To"
"'Kansas City, Mo., Oct. In the
town of Cochrane, lad., sixteen
miles from Cincinnati, lived &n old
soldier named Henry Wright, his
wife and their only child, Hairictte,
who b(-cme distinguished for ber
b.-auty us zhd grew into womanhood.
The WrighU had a good deal of
money and they took espech! pains
with their daughter's education,
eending her E-ast to school, ier
mother was from Vermont, and she
her grandmother in Burling
'ton. She fell in love vith a young
n;an she met there, Y;ddo Tuv'ucr,
of good family, Airs. Wright was
strongly prejudiced against young
iurf, Wright. and Harrietto went
back to Cochrane, and presently
young Turner's letters etoppeu.
Then Mrt. Wright began to urge
upon her daughter the advantages
of nnaryiug Willam Graham, the
pon of the richest man in that part
10; good going on date of fji'o only,
Final limit Oct. 30, 1S05. Continu':-us
posge in on eh direct', or. 'Jc r'are for
n S :)jlL(r ol i ditiouB to be comp lied with.
Iron-clad conditloxisxto b.- i-:. : .ipi ti ua;ar:a. Oi..haui va inach in
with . love with her, out she would not
General Missionary Convention, . . A ,, ; i,:,,. ,,f.p
' .1 ,-, 'sH? nf tiKirrv 111121 Unilt
alias, JLt'Xay. Itiekets on &iuu Oc:, . , , ,., . i ,i
;Tie was convinced mas nauu iau
ADYEItTISE . .
Kavivtg bco.n dniv appointed f i
qua'ii.o i ::dn-iinistfido- ol th 'itatc
ot J. O- Vit!-.--j.po decf?.-- a 1
persons holding ebd'.n-? again- t uio
said decaafifd a to horeby notiibid to
present thn?n daiy authr-ntk-a--:-d to
the ui:derc-:g',r i 'r payment on or
before the 0thd;yof September,
18So, or thbs notk.j vlii bo plead as
a b;r to their rr . vorj. Ab o all
rertons owing said estate aro iotis
fled tL.it proarpt; p iy . oiit in exwct
ed. i':. V- N!-:-bit,
.Viilc, o -pL. .J3 lev-;.
gotten iiifelioI ExpeaKicii
ft plewbsr IS December 3?, 1 805.
forgotten her. At last they were
Meanwhile Turner had built up a
L-ccd business. Ho had neyer ?or
rotten liarriette, and finally he
wrote io hex a long, passionate let
ter, telling her how he had loved
h r .-jll the time and asking her if
she had forgotten him. Mrs. G rain-,
m aPBTered liitn, telling him how
YortheRbore occa?lon the Southern Ttsii!r.'o.y I i. Ts -he iuul trieu to forCCt ftt.d llOW
to. win eon JOAT-raro rouna-trip iickcts io
ATLANTA, UA., ai.'l return on tl:e'i'cll077
lug l)asis :
. COnCOTA"1 MARKETS
tW . ' 'a - " '
Co: -ected by Cannons & Fetzer
Good -t.id.i.i.ng.......... S 10 h
iiddl i.Tif3 .. o3
Tj0j mi idling
5 to (Ji
Corrected hv C. W S'-vink,
phe h?At found it impossible. She
war'ttd to fee him again. They met
at the Palace Hotel in Cincinnati
i:-iHiri-.,Va !) 19.2.7 'H.w ! Tj vvre together only a few hours,
.slit-viiic, N. C 1 :.'.'" I 0.40 5.1;? , c'
nuriii!rif.n, o s..uj3.:o 1 ;.': ; -.t. -Lev a i ranged their p ans.
Hurkcville. V;- W.Z 17.0.-,, 1 1 .'..:...,; 1
c;uiiu-pef, ya u.?y i J.o ; :- Q V buck to her husband
C luitiiani, a -r.O.S , i...jO .; J
ch.a-ioviiir., ya... ir. j1;' j rp j ; (T v:eu" to EuiTgton. lie bi-
l.bapcl Hill, N. C 20.t,.)lo.i.u i ,!.;..
Cotic(;rd,N.o. 'ii.-o lo.iO . ... t . t ..ij jr, nrcp-rty into cash.
Danville, v.t 0. o:i$. io jo.;:o , ir f.r. pvlv i ve?'- md a h?lf
(;sS'o!x?fe tverything nvhs ready 1- left
! MoM- bor . N. (.:. ::l.:J717 ii.t.u.... ! i ,, ! . !, ..r .: c f
I Jy1.Cer-.nvil:e,N.O.,ll.,:v. ! tUtf i n.rr, " L' v' 1 ' ' ,4W l 1 ' i vv' v
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: i ...... xr n i,. ,- : o . f L i.Hii.!i- Ot.:llli:U : M i.OICVt'i.
i!?:ii:w!!f V.::Ucnnai aad v.:.te -o her linihand
lo.i'O n.::: 7.:
H.S 10.!'0 7.10
15.:;0 11.2 i 7.S
'. Spring, N. C IM.'J i'.'-VJ 0.,.j ..... '...t,., i,;i in (Vn
L -Yintoni N. (J....
3Ioraiitrii5, N. C
M:irioti, N. C
Newtc.n, N. O
Oxford, N. O
,21.r1S.f0 1 ).!
JO. 10 l.j 00 IO. !,")
K:c):n:onu Va :r. "717 05 I:i.i0
KcMsvillfi, N. C siS.S", l:J.K) ! 0.70
Ralci.-'h, N. U g.).40 1700 10.45
'1 .57 l.-?.K) JO.f-0
Bucar-cuiral na'rs 12 to 15
Bulk meats, sids
Corn ... ...
Flour(North Caro". .:)
Gate ; 30 to 35
... .. . y fJ
MT. TLEASANT, N. C
REV. J.'D. SHIREY,5D.!D., PRES
Stn'sbur, V:i ;r,.rr. 10.5
iUib!r.irv, N. (J...
Statosville, N. C
Tay'orsvillc, N. C 1 '.:;")
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15.:;0 ..... 1!.::5 ..
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i1.:.; I.'.f'O i ll .wf.a-u imuua tixo trai, umtuj
ihat til.(? had h-fc Id -a: f.'.rpv. r.
At iirst he nii'do :-o tlTort to lind
her. But the f uspieion that she had
iT.d with TurLer gradually nupreseu
him. lie made-inquiries and found
the truth. lie hired a TieAerton
d- iu-ti't and, in his company,
A DADE MIC, COMMERCIAL
Total necessary expenses
session of 3S weeks, 885.00 to
Next session begins Sept
3. 1895. For cotalogue and
special information, address
the President as above, or
lm. Secretary of Faculty.
Opens September 9. Often full, thor
ough preparation for college ; practical,
thorough training for business or life.
For information or announcement, ad
dress. HOLLAND THOMPSON,
tt&s a22tw CoNcord, N. C
ITf . I . . . r
r v'b.L i OH1C, ;i wr.'j ) 1 ,
Warieni Vp. J:.:i5 ! !.(
ril!co.-!toro, N. 1 :::-'.!!", l:..l7 ll.:-0
nton-Salti, N. C. VJ.Qj y.i.'. 5 i y.bO
J.Uatcs fror.i ir.tcmcdiulc point :i in in,iji lluv,)
C(.ln;nn A : Ti-lrcta vill h i-'oM Kcit!'i:'bor 5
and 1 ani '.laily l'i cm j-eptwil)".- 15 to lh-cc m
bi.T 15, ii.'jj, iiicluoi e, vi; Ji linal liniit .j.itii'.-.ij
7, IK'JO. .
Column D: Ti elects will lo sold rV.il.v f :om
Sopremb'T 13 to Dcceml-.or !5, 18'55. inclusive,
with linal limit twenty 0; days liva iu e
Column C: Tickets Trill bo s;!d dily frcir.
Septembe r 15 to December :o, 1W5, -nclu-ivo,
with final lanit fUtctu (15) days from datcoi
sale. No ticket to boar longer limit thu Janu
ary 7, 1306.
Column T) : Tickets will be ?old on Tursl'tys
and Thursdays of each week from Se)toinber
17 until December 24, 18!).", inclusive, with C:;al
limit ten (10) days from date of sale.
Column E: Tickets will bo sold daily from
September 15 to December o0, l$y5, inclusive,
with final limit seven (7) days from date of sale.
Is the only lino entering the Exposition
Grounds, having1 a dou bio-track, sfanrku'd
gua.'je mil way from the center of the city of
Atlanta to the Exposition Ground3.
For tickets and full information apply ta
your nearest ag-ent, or address
J, M. CtJLP, TV. A. TURK,
TraCia Manag-er, GenT Tas1?. Agt
Penna. Ave., Washington. D. a
C04L FOR SALE
Best Coal in the Sontli.
Accurate weight ar.d prompt
Low Price. Call ou
K. L. CRAVEN.
land i ug at thu city. On Tuesday (
the tU'ttr.tive, ffbo ws drcsced aa a
clergyman, arrested the guilty
couple. Turner denounced Grsaaia
and would h?.ye knocked him down
had the detective Lot interfered.
Graha'n gave them the alterna
tive of going hack to Cincinnati
quietly or of oin to. jail m Kansas
City until the requisition papers
cculd he gotten. Turner and Mrs.
Graham chose the return trip. And
0 they started back. Graham swtan
he will Eer.d'them both to prison.
J5uoIIens Arnica Salve,
The Best Sake in tko world for
Cctia, i$ruis5, b'oree, Ulcers, Salt
Kheura, Fever Sors, Tetterd Chappe
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay requi-ed. It is
guaranteed to give Bta-tief action or
monev refunded. Price 25 cenls per
box; For eale at P B Fetser's Drug
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pit clier-a prescription for Isifat:
and Cliildrcn. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nci
tiicr Narcotic substance. It is a harm s.ibstiL to
for Pareg-orie, Drops, Soothing" Syrups, ami . - t :r
lt is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty yd ...
Hiilioii3 of Mothers. Castoria destroys TTcrr :ut 7l
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Soiu- Cu.
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething trouble?:, cures constipation and il.itule:.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates tho fctr., :x
and hovvels, giving- healthy and natural c.;.:-.
ioria is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's F.;?::,
Cnstcrla ir, an excellent :,iedicine fcr chil
dren. Mothers have repeat: dly told me of its
good cSTect vpou tlicir children."
Dr.. G. C. U3GOCD,
Castoria is the best remedy f?r children of
tvhich I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers v. ill consider the
real interest of their children, an 1 r.:-e Casicria
Instead of the various quack nostrums wh'.h
t:rr destroying their loved cues, hy forcii-j
opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other
hurtful r.g-ents down their throats, thereby
seeding then to premature graves."
Dk. J. F. Kixciieloe,
" Castoria is so well adnpu.d tochi;. :.
I recomn,end it o.". svperier to ar.y r: e.-c--.:-kmown
II. A. Anc-rEa, m. j)
in So. Orriord St., Brooklyn,
Our physicians in the children's derrsrt.
ment have spoken hi'uly of thar cxpc::.
ence in their outside
"iVi'.j"; C; i'Ori",
and although we only have atrr.r.j r,u..
medical supplies what is knovn r.s r-vb.--products,
yet vc are free to cc.-.f. . -merits
of Castoria has won us to Wk -.vit1-,
favor upon it."
United IIospitai. axp r-.
Ai-len C. Smith, Pres.
Tii Centaur Company, 77 Murrey Street, New Ycsk CU.
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YOU OUGHT TO BE
Keep the system in perfect or
der by the occasional use of
Tutt s Liver Pills. They reg
ulate the bowels and produce '
drcd de a"
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Froir the impression that we aie still in the midst of -panic,
Your interest demands it. Jf you need any tbi
The earlier you buy the better off you will be. Eusin
is rapidly improving and prices are running higher all alcm-i
the line. The prospects are Golden with a plentious spie
ling of Silver. Call and see our Bed Eoom Sets, Parlor Set?.
Dining Sets, Hall Sets, and Kitchen Sets. Ward Kov
Book Cases, Koll Top Desks, Hat Racks, Extension afl
Tie handsomest line in the State But cur stcck of
PIOTTJB1IS & FEAHS
are avay up in G, Come and see
.OannoBs, Fetzern n&c Beli
jan 1, -M.