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KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION
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A political situation that is prob
abiy unique developed in the httie
to a n of Acree, near Albany, Ky.,
last week. It was the annual eiec-
C. H. King, Water Valley, Miss., cured by
" For five roars. I suffered untofd misery
j x'rom muscular rheumatism. I tried every
! kiMwn remedy, consulted the best physi-
t'OU Of mimic pal cflicers, aud there ! ci:ms. visited Iiut Springs, Ark .three tinips,
i.uu ui iiiuuiu t , spoiulin- :inoo tliere, hesidcs di.ctors' bills;
were lorty-two oicrs on tnj
When the balloting took place i:
was found that only one of tut forty
two voters was properly registered.
ah:M Main onlv temporary relief. My
1U'si was wasted away so that I weighed
oi ly ninety-three pounds; my left r.rm and
leg were drawn out of shay-, tlie muscled
I That one was the tiiuiui';: fur
for regular advertisements j AiaV0r. He cast the only bIIut a;
ua on uppjcation. I thp pl.tinn. umi duiv elected hon-
eelf and a Board of Akk-nci .
:Ml i. o i :i ti i ii 1 1 i e a t i on s to
OCT. 23, IST
The investigating doctors ha vvr
added another uisvuse to th. e-ttn--orv-
It ii calltii the Railroad Kr.!
1 "'-ii 'f"' V'-". '
"i : s ir AM"5A i..
ney. ltdoea no: carry you t
rvnw.i v.niillv ill n'.i :' CiiK
1 I wvi ' L j - ' "
It id s.-.id
.1 :.. i , -.1- -s
- 1 front th.;' i vt dudt ub3oroed';Jir(i'ij
i. v-i j no cov--; t-e j
. ., 1 . ,j x tin i & nor i
.v. aic lu: few borf-c, ! jt iney it nvi
c iujpoiLed mainly iox jtaat t03 nr.ny b.;,
- The fiei-nt j of thiG i0 il l0 Y, i -:
t 1 1 4
L. . .
city streets are puiied . ujr VJi:rr. U h J.:d
t A J C J A
tv- coolies,- and th: ! r ,n, .,:,.:t; uf L;iL ;:.-ltJ ic tu L--
are drawn bv
in or and dvO -r-ive th-tt r
In iu uistoil v.p In knots. I was unable to
' ly--''f. t-M-ri't with :til:tiu"e, ayd
I .r.-uid i. li.v I Iv alsout 1-y u'sin;i a cane, f
i md iivi , . i : i i ;i ; ;...!' by I1..
j 0'".,'r, tliat 1 e-i'.b.l !;;:; livr. Ti; pMii;-'.
i v..;ic so ;;v. lul. ih..l I could procure
rrii. f -n!v l-v n"-.ii.s ! vrdvt ii.j.-c-
., ii.'.:-r::in-. I a.i n: iiiubs bat.datred
!;.v, in Mi'j'!.;:r. in pcuitict s : 1 ui h
1 oiily 'Mipo!.i! y l't'lu !. Afi-r t ryir.ic
'l:in,.r. ';rl ii!Tri!i.u th. ' most j.wtiil
I hv trn take Ayn's Sarsaj aiila.
'.f t. l:n:Mlis, 1 v. :- ;ible to walk
n''.;t a cant'. In ti.i'i'f i!nnt!i. i : i y limb;.
... ..' -I! in lb'' cmr.o of a
' v.rirht !;a.s ii;cr-asc J
i " i'.'i.:.-,.. ;tnd I no ,. al lo to (! ty
iv.M I.tv"s woik as a. railroad blacksnM':.. '
! Vf 1 V.'
Large profits no longer come from likkiau. i;
50 to 100 per cent, on a credit of from one y : -
only four out of every hundred credit mendui!:
ceed. We prefer 20 per cent, cash to a :inf.
chances aiamst us.
Last Saturday we placed a lot of ginghani?
cents per yard and a lot of good towels that w,
at 50 cents per dozen that sell regularly at l u , . , ,
nKL'kedthem 5 cent each. The gingham i; !..
dovii and tlie towels before we closed. When Wl
out our easli v;e had our money invested in th
cent , profit ready to invest again Monday.
This week we have on sale a lot of Sude no w ;
cents ealh. We' have put four in a bin die r;-..d
foi 5 cents, ; just 11 cent for 10 cent r-r; 1 . r
novels at 15 cents! The Life of Jefferson ) : :
Dayis. Sold by subscription at 8.00 per set oi -j
price is ?2,00 Kollins Ancient History in 4
Crenseya Fiftee:. Battles on which tL; CI . i; f i
vYoihl Sranns. Thtis is one of th . richest ' i i
to be found, our price 15 cents. A 1-w of V V IV.. "
05 cents. Washington Irving e ',.ork.s, vols U,i r:
-are but few 'Jo,;S, -ud j gultg &r. p(U fully
i: r used as watch dQ-?, entirev t0)
. j; .'T in anting, !
j.k up this nunotoiiy. : the wife if on. ( 1 in
the Am:'ri-u ho;; titl 1 10l,?-1 V i
,.:.d for lood and to be-U wheelbanow. Th- 1
, d oLn-b vwii l-,ke catd j irge enough ier obe p.-'
,., ct. 1 i.nft --, : in ;-.t a tune, j;nd idi :hi:t
v. ill hav ;..ai-! turns in pushing it ah)):?;.
? k-aCT Vf-
. I- I.'irs 1 ILLS arc lU;iltch:.
Jehu llukiu lilies nothh'-
;:o:m-a or aruin-.:,
A4 "v :m -Vf
c r,.;l": rror.aip in tree lU r , t. . Ac rr " ? V 1 1; "HWT , . .-.1
, iard the pioducion of chru..M:,- t ; fvj ff ' -V'uV-
. , , vl .mams as an unhailoivcd at--.-nip. m V.HCV 'f'$4A
idair, readable uUt- i , sfi-: . ) ";v,r.--
' , P. grow llowers at a Etasou v.h,:. n-- V;f felV V f , l?
"Mrs. Aoaehc h.yes- J 4l t , . , M; M .C 07
. , ture nip. nt t h.it t.hert ehou;d be i. : k .4';J'V
- he will droo the Chunk: i
, t ilowers.
l :vorcr are uetYsnaper and j
'--.WW - . ' A fr t i -
'ny any one" enould be The Turkish court pianist, On- -ar ; ir" -iiiO.
tAe ?:i tnt:ii breaku ! Pasha, received i,C0'J a uar for h;. , T 1
I':lz''-1 t'; solves ificr Urvice?, but he teiupoianh cu
character of some of
notably "The Quick or
:o or two th -t foil owe!.
penucu e cx v umo '..iys d u-.-
the Sultan does not cu: to hiur.
p Ki n m E
LLeiu uad ere glad ol The bic,oli Zini-uerniair. . g-t j rr r p H U
'ablic ooinion pronounced access is ascribe-1 to la, abnorm w y ; W M 3
acicus, uncieufl, unhea.hy, large heart, .which is C, cted by ; J LS
,i t the doctors to be two iaches lorgei t US A3 CO CD TOR ADULTS.
than the average.
-r 'f" young man and
ere driven from a New
si c:h ti cater the other day by the
i-.tti-ntion "yeD them by the andis
trie.-. When they left the building
' v . c followed into the street by
. t:: - which left the show on
ihe stae to tee the youug couple at
:-iio.: ii'i-c, frightening the young
Jady eo i e nearly swooned. All
this because the young people were
uiit:T' ;) lor the Duke of Marlbor
i;-;u fnd Miss Vanderbilt.
The St;-ife Pension Board has
v; n)phit d its work in making up
ihii litL- f Confederate pensioners,
and places in the first class, 102;
third, 352; fourth
1C7L There are also 2,7G0 widows.
The annua: allowance to each class
v, 'ill h:? about as follows ; Frst
class, vOG; second, $49; third, 33;
fc-. th aud widows, $1G. This is
U Lly kss than last year. There
Are 240 more pensioners.
I C.AI ATI A , Il.L3.,'K0V. 1j, 23"3.
i Par-.Oicd: noC, bt.Wui3.Mo.
The Duke Of lork ehC'S a IV. C- .tU-m.-ar-Vc sol.l lost year, m bottler of
I f!Ii( ; V F'. T.VS TIJLK.-S CHILL TOIn'IC :.m! havo
rro?f fm rtivo hia 1 ' H n. i t .!;! Uiree jrru.H already tb.'. ..oar. In all ovref
posmou to give ni3 l.tt-e huii a , . . ...J4V tlf u y;;;ir5 !n JUi (lr;.,, f.o..,,, hav0
, - , t, ... , , I vi-r soli :-i i:rtii.lu tliat gu.ve yucii nuivcrsalsatla-
chance for the lintisn crown by iuc:;uu us -uur 'ivau-. Yi.uratniiy,
au'aly, carr & ca
smoking fiom forty to fifty cigar- For i,. ly axvgut3t
ettes a uy.
Prescotts Coi(i;'sn cr Mexico, . 1'res.coi s
Peru, coni)iete vurk:- of Chorles Lamb, Tiu? C;,
Oiisto, by Dumas, Ti!e Mysteries of Paru,
ihu Wotidoriii Jew, by huqene bue,
Teachers Oxford Bibles, 81 T.r, Teardi-i Oyi' ,.; i;
wiMi 1'itented iivlew 8:2 0t; Lare family i?d . . : .
fainih' I'ibie, o-d and n-.v translations in pai:.i .
Lace cut shelf paper at one -half cent per h '
in tablet's and btadenrs .note books, niuciiage at -boti-e,
Ldv the sanie, envelope? from 2 cents to ie i.uh
at 5 t wo ,.;ood rubb :?r tipp1';. od iincils l.
s!ate v,ncils vt Pd cents p-r .ound, steel pei....s ihel;
Kaitbrouks, at 4 cents ptr dozen.
Fit EN Oil
ii vs:j k. - kd? I Sl p x i.i u
AT FOUL CENfb PEIi iOX.
Diolut io;i i) I'irm.
It is asserted that a man cannot j The firm of Morrison, Lontz &
destroy his life by holehng his
brea'b, but he ltj probably pro
long the lives of other.
It is now about time that Pro
fessors Corbett and Fitzsiumions
should retire. They haye consumed
L -e-ph B Crowly, United States
"Trer.sury agent in charge of the
aeal iuandc, who has just arrived at
S'.-r.tUe with the patrol fleet, says
that the seals have approached so
closely to extermination that they
It 3Eny Io as Much for You.
Mr- Fred Miller, of Irving, 111.,
writes that he had a severe kidney
trouble for many years, with severe
pains in hia back and also that his
bladder was affected. He tried
many so called Kidney cures but
witnout and good result. About a
year ago he began use of Electric
Bitters and found relief at once
Electric Bittera is especially adapt
ed to cure of 'all kidney and Liver
troubles andoften give3" almost in
stant relief. One trial wdil prove
our statement. Price 50c, and $1.00,
at Fetzer's drua store-
tip RIGHT HERE !
On. i.s this dav dissolved bv mutual
consont. AU persons indebted to
said firm v,i 1 please call and settle
Thankful for all pat favors we re
D. B. Morrison,
A. E. Lentz,
R. E. Gibson,
Concord, X, 0 , Oct. 3. IS. '3.
I he copartnership heretofore ex
isting under the firm name of Mor.
rison, Lentz & Co. having been dis-.
solved by the withdrawal of Mr. A.
E. Lentz, tho undersigned respect
fully auLOimco to the public that
they have formed a copartnership
u'-'dr the firm name of Gibson &
Moriison to do a general merchan
dise busineoS and hope to merit
generous share of the public patron
K. E- Gibson,
D. D. MoKKIoON.
Concord, N. C, Oct- 3, 1895.
I recommend the firm of Gibson
Sc Moi rison to tli8 public as worthy
of their patrouage.
A E- Lentz.
Concord. N. C., Oct. 3, 1895.
MORRISON H. CALDWEL
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CONCORD, N. O.
Office in Morris building, opposite
Assorted carpet tacks at live cents per pound Tn--.- n's
hu price is live cents for two dozen.
Three tin cir)s; One coffee j)ot; One coveied backet: 0i;
half gallon cups,
TEN TO TWENTY CENTS.
Sponges 3 cents; Remnants of Calico at 20 cents a lb. AU voal
15 cents. per yard. Canton llannel at 71 cent3 per yurJ.
AT SEVENTY-FOUR CENTS PER YAkih
One-half pint bottle of Biy Rum for 10 cents. Bargains b -all
wool at 371 cents Ladies vest 5 cents
D. cJ. BOSTIAN, proprietor.