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OR THE NEXT FIVE DAYS
Tiit- salesmen will mark down'tlie price, of Furniture,
(;riy purchased froniCannons, Fetzer & Bell. After
th ii ct(V;r. lias L
fio through with, we will
';: stock was boi':!:( sp t cash money, and at
u price that our en roin.-r& can have the benefit. We
FJRITRTE OF ALL KINDS CHEAPER
FOR THE NEXT NINETY DAYS
lj.'houatiy Furnirure dealer in North Carolina, Steing
is believing, come and .ee us.
CottGji Sia!8S am lqtcsiatlo;al Exposition
tpiember 13 December 31, 1895-
Tortne abcrre occasion the Southern Tlattwp.y
Co. frill fccll low-rate round-trip tickets to
A TLA y IA, OA., and return ou the follon-ing-
Alexandria, Va 26.25 19.2.J 14.00 ....4
Ashevillo, N. C 12.85 j 9.40 ! 5.75
Bur)ii:Ertoa,N. C jl.7U 13.70 1 9.65'
Hurkoville, Va 23.2517.05 11.95 ... .
Culpeper, Va 25.30 L3.55' !l3.50
Chathhm, Va 20.85 15.H0 '10.55
rhfirlottesviilf, Va... 23. 25 17. 05 12.40
Charel Hill. N. C 20.40 15.U0 llo.:
Concord, N.C '14.20 ;10.40' I 0.55
Charlotte, N.C 13.15. . j 9.6-5; j 5.85
ianvine, va u.uo 14.70
Durham, N.C 20.4015.00 .,
J- n nt Koval. Va 2t.25 10.2." U.m
Greensboro, N. C d7.t5512.95' j 9.20
Goidsboro. N. C 21.7515.95 11. tO
Hendersonville, N. C. ;11.70 j 8.m 5.25
Hickory, N. C 1 15.30 11.25' 7.2.5
High Point, N. C ! 10.95 112.45 8.40
Hoc Springs, N. C .... !H.00' d0.50' e.75
Henderson, N. C J20.40 15.00 10.45
Lynchburg, Va 122 .50 lti.50 '11.50
Lexington, N. C d;.05 11.80 1 8. 05
Mor?an ton, N. C !15.: 11. 251 7.25
Marion, N. C U.b5 IO.'jo 7.10
Newton, N. C d5.;0 ill. 25' 7.25
Orange, Va. 2L 55 18.03 ,13.10
Oxford, N. C '2"J.401o 00 10.45
Richmond, Va ;23.25 17 .05 d2.40
Reidrvil!", K. C d.Kjin v ... I 70
Kaleikh.X. C '26. 10 15. to -10.45 I.III
South Boston, Va .... ;21. 55 15.0 10.80
Strasburg-, Va :2i.25 19.25 d4.00
Salisbury, N. O I15.S) 11.25 1 7.25
Statesville, N. C (15.30 ill .25' 7.25
Taylors vi lie, N.C... lj.35 jLJ.OO' 8.15
Tryon, N. C ,10.75 7.85 4.90
JVashiim-ton, D. C . . . . ,2 ;.25 19.25 114.00
Vest Point, Va 23.65 17.35' 12.(50'
Warrenton, Va ,25.:J5 19.25 'l4.00
Wilkt-sboro, N. C 22.r.51(?.R5' jll.30 . ...
ington-s aleiii, N. C . d9.l0 13.95 . , J9 M.
(liatcs from intermediate points in proportion.)
Column A : Tickets will be told September 5
and i Mi dany lrom Ser.temtH'i-15 to Decern
7eiW ' !Iiciuilve' wilh tinui bmit January
Column IJ : Tickets will be sold dully fmm
fceptemner 10 ic December 15, 1395, inclusive,
with tuml h;utt lvreiify(20; days from dii'.o
Column C: Tickets will be gold dsilr from
Eepiember 15 to December 30, 1895, inclusive,
Tvn.ii mini hnur bliotn (15) days i'ni:t dteof
x !-;ticiwc:. to Lear kger limit th;u Jauu-
Column D : Ticcta will anifi rr, t,c,i..t-,
.A Flourishing School for Youbg
S TEN TEACHERS
$ Or. amental Brarhca Receive
Cp refni anerjuon
EV.C. L. T. FISHER, Til
MOUNT PLEASANT.I-N C
Caufflit Ills Finger In itie Crerlcc of
the Door and Ilelrt II lm Fast.
At Ebenezer, a colored people's
church near Bethel, No 10 township,
on S:cnrday night last, there wa3 a
festiyui and the usual general row
among the negroes, which may re
i suit more serious than was at first
expected. There are two factions in
the church, known as the upper and
lower sides, and there are bitter and
hostile feeling between them. It
eeems that the "uppers" had pos
session of the hall at one time, and
when Vilsc Garland, an exconvict
aud a ltader of the "lower" faetion,
camo up to the door and after peep
ing through the crevices for some
time, h? poked his finger through.
In an instance the door was slammed
shut, and "Mr. Negro" was fast,
with his finger in the crack. Several
jumped on him then, cutting, shoot,
iug rtiui beating him. He was not
killed outright, but ie in a bad fix
for recovery. About a dez?n were
implicate!, several more of whem
were cut, s -ot or brusied up.
Bill Littles, of the lower faction,
was arrested and taken before Es
quire II O Cook on Monday for trial
and while arranging the witnesses,
Littleu escaped and has never re
turned like the ship.
Seturday night, October 2G. is a
memorable night to the colored
"featimet" supporters of no 10.
laiiitiiiT tlic Town.
Messrs W J) Anthony and W E
Castor hrt7e undertaken a great big
job. They will not p tint the whole
town, but a good portion of the west
end. Recently they haye painted
m hmi.m M M mm B u m
f m m& M vi H -
fifteen houses for the- Cannon
Manufacturing Company aud have
yet seventeen more to ply the brush
to, the Company haying decided to
haye all their houses repainted.
COAL FOR SALE
Best Coal in the South.
Orders taken to G E Fisher's
store, or given to my drivers,
or at my office will be prompt
ly attended to.
K. L. CRAVEN.
i iu3oi men week- lrom September
bm:r ten tl-j) dus Irr.m d-.- of salo.
:. '-kebj wdl in bvn dailvfrom
'lJl-''K. ' ' ii-w-.b,-;- : i.-.; ,, inclusive
yriUl U:''A l JJi i- 'ven (h d i: 2 I,-...m wtio ct H.t-
for Snfants and Children.
You Kmow .
nateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-called Sooth:--.- c,...
most remedies for children are composed of opium or i::or- -; ?
Ttf You Know that opium and morphine are stupefying nnt-c.-c - . --
Ho Yom Kttoxv that in most countries druggists are not pennlu-d tz -.- ' .
without labeling them poisons ?
ro Yoti Ignovthat you should not permit any medicine to be :
unless you or your physician knor of what it is composed ?
To Ycu ggtto-w that Ccstoria is a pnrely vegetable prepnrc.tion r-:: V - -
its ingredients is published with every bottle ?
Io Yon ?gnow that Castoria is the prescription cf the famo-'i IT.
That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria - w, ,; ,
of all other remedies for children combined?
Do You Know that the Tatent Office Department of the United
other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assign.-, to i.-t' -'
Castoria and its formula, and that to imitate them is a state prL , . ,:T: ?
I?o Yon Knowtliat one of the reasons for granting this guvc-n::"e::t : r-,1,--was
because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely Jurizi7c;i, ;
ro Yota Know that 33 average doses of Custo.-Ia are fur::;-;..! i
cents, or one cent a dose ?
Ho Yon Know that when possessed of this perfect prepare tie::, yz::
be kept well, and that j-ou may have unbroken rest ?
Well, tltese tin 1 tigs are worth knowing. They are fact?.
Hljrtiaf tare of
i? on crrj?ry
SALT BAG Hi
MT. PLEASANT, N. C,
REV. j 1). SHIREY. !D.D., fRES
ADA D : M IC,'COM M M R CI A 1
T. tl. 11
COL LEG i ATE COUILS.
of al Kind
Four-Foot wood always
wonted best prices for
same. We invite an in
spection ot all the goods
NOTICE TOVN TAXEJ.l
Cotton Stato and Internationa
Exposition, Atlanta, Ga. Tickets
on sale September 5 and 12 and
daiJy from September 15 to Decem
ber 15. 1890, inclusive with fina
limit January 7, 180(3. Fnro for
round trip $14.20. Tickets on &ale
da'ly from September 15 to Decern
ber 30, inclusive wth final limit
fifteen days from ;lat cf sale.. Fare
tor round trip 810.10. Tickets on
sale daily from September 15 to
December 30, inclusive with final
limit sever days from date of sale.
Fare for round trip SG 55.
North Carolina State Fair
(colored), Raleigh, N. C. Tickets on
Fnle November 2 to 9 inclusive.
Final limit November 11, 1895.
Coniinuous passage in teach direc
tion. Fare for round trip including
one admission to fair grounds S5-50.
Rickingham countny Fair, Reids-
ville, N. C. Tickets on sale Oct- 26,
27, 28, 29 30 and 31 and November 1.
Final l;mit November 4, 1895, Con
tinuous passage in each direction.
Fare for roudd trip $3.10-
Laying Corner Stone Masonic
Temple, DanviHo Ya. Tickets on
Sale Oct. 20, 27 and 28. Final limit
November 4, 1895. Continuous pass
age in each diiection. Fare for
rouud trip $5.45.
All persons holding claims aerainst
J W BurKhead, deceased, will j lease
present them to me or to H I Wood
house promptly, All persons in
debted to same will please call and
settle at once. o7 lw 2w
Alida L. Bubkhead.
Executrix of the last will and testa
ment of J W Burkhead.
'fcavre g.mrMPr.-CT i''..liiM. .
Corrected by Cannons & IVtzr
Good middling S.?2
Middlings ? "
Low middling T
Stains 5 to 01
Corrected bv C. W SinV,
Sugar-cured nanis ,
Bulk meatd, sides
Some Alcdicincs be!oo3 to crz
season and some to another.
fns?r.f5 nnin rr?rr"
IS IN SEASON ALL TH- YEflf' T.Z - -
U l i i i , M r r f : V
Urounu?;, lav . u d-. . .,i
r'-'o-T r.Mlviiy from V... c;-Atbn.'-H.
to tho Exp,l'y i - r.
- - -" ' i; i i ( : i ! i t.i
your n- Ait-.v uL'c-ul, or a i.-i-
r. a a;
- . - . j , j. 4 ... v, kJ
jot? of weeks. 85.00 to
.iiib town ta::.,s for tho venr lr;95
are now duo nrd ii. ior-d in vy
owirg the faiii rtnc'-'c' fo
call &nd settle .! o' "C, iind f:vo
031 Si iiO jf;v :.n i" f
; I.-, in i; property ha--o
iv-;y pixmpiiy a?-
130 & 132 Pearl Street.
IN THE SPH1.
It purifies the blood, remoo -and
depression, invirro -atc- r. -rates
the whole syst jiii
IN THE GU:;--
It overcomes the rehixnl : r ' : '
caused by hot weather : .
bowel troubles ilml
then. Besides, it malvcs V - : '
Jghtful and refres.hii) ; .'': "
When malarin "r; io
breeze," it is the 'p o
the unfailing c-.i . ;
ing- from that cavsc.
IT'J, THE r
It is still n'rrie 1 A". r -Catarrh,
Ilom:-::'! :i .
belong- to cold s.-
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It Ccc3 tliG3 3 tbi-:,r -r
and uaceitaiiL v. :
and triujLipho -f-
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