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Cotton Slates ana itfesiatiaiaf Exposition
ATLANTA, A., ,
September 18 December 3?, ISu5F
Tor the above occasion the Southern Railway
Co. will sell low-rate round-trip tickets to
ATIANTA, GAM and return on the follow
ing basis :
FROM A B C D I E
Alexandria, Va '26.25 19.25' 14.00
.Asheville, N. C 12.85 1 9.40, I 5.75
xiuriingTon, in . u is. uii. 7U
Burkeville, Va I2J.2.J 17. 05'
Culpeper, Va 125.30 1J.5V
Chatham. V I20.R.T Ifi.lfl'
nanortesvuie, va... Sio 17.U0: 12.40
Chapel liill, N. C 20.4015.00 10.85
Concord, N.C U-20, ,10.40, 1 6..V.
Charlotte, N.C 13. lo'. . 9.65' 5.66
ll.ft ... .
MT PLEASANT, N. 0.
REV. J D. SHIREY. D. D t RES
Danville, Va 20.05 14.70
Durham, N. C 120.40 15.00 . .
Front Itoval. Va I2fi.2.r Ki .
Greensboro, N. C...'.. 117.65 12. 95'
VI1CCUBUUIU, IX. J IK. OO i Z . V.)
Gnldshoro N f! !yi.rr l.vu.-.'
Jiendersonville, N. C. 111.70
Hickorv. N. C
High Point N. C
Hot Springs, N. C ....
Henderson, N. C......
Lexington, N. C
Morganton, N. C
larion. N. C
Oxford, N. C
Reidsville, N. C
Raleigh, N. C
South Boston, Va ....
Salisbury, N. C
Stateaville, N. C
Tryon, N. C
Washington, D. C ....
Went Point. Vq
Warrenton, Va 126.2519.25!
Wilkesboro, N. C j23.9516.851
vv inston-Salem, N. C. 119.00 13.95.1
23.25 17. ft)!
tBateg from Intermediate points in proportion.)
Column A : Tickets will be sold September 5
na 12, and dally from September 15 to Decem-
J?e,rob 1895 tocluaive, with final limit Januarj
Column B : Tickets will be gold dally from
September 16 to December 15, 1895,' Inclusive,
with final limit twenty (20) days from date a?
Column C: Tickets will be fold dally from
September 15 to December 30, 1895, inclusive,
with final limit fUteeu (15) days from date of
?olumaI: Tickets will be sold on Tuesdays
and Thursdays of each week from September
17 until December 24, 1895, inclusive, with final
limit ten (10) day from date of sale?
Column E: Tickets will be sold daily from
September 15 to December 30, 1895, inclusive,
with final limit seven (7) days from date of sale!
Is the only line entering the Exposition
-Grounds, having a doublo-track, standard,
giiage railway from tho center of the city ol
Atlanta to the Exposition Grounds.
For tickets and full information apply U
your nearest agent, or address
m Traffic Manager, Gen'l Pass. S ;;t
lPOOPenna. Av., TTashlnsrtcn, D. G
Sjr. Miles'! m Mtltti a re uaram-oca to st at
Total necessary expenses
session ol '38 weeks, -85.00 to
Kext session begins Sept
3. 189f. For cotalogue and
special information, . address
the President as above; or "
lm. Secretary op Faculty.
COAL FOR SALE
Bst. .Coal An the outh.
Orders taken to G E Fisher' s
store, or givn to my drivers,
or at my .office will be prompt
ly attended, to.
K. L. CRAVEN.
CS&kNoticeJ or Kelznrc.
Notice Is herebv civen
the followiDg .property for violation of
the Internal Reveune laws of the United
Mates, to wit :
n!LAlbemarle N ic November 19,
95. fm $ k
TWO 2TaV Ihdrfies '1 twn.Tinreo rOM
harness, 1 valise and contents, sup
posed to be the property of N. L.
liJfiUlU VV LI . .......
Any Derson V.lalmfnor nfri Trnr j
nereoy notined tr Anrvipjr
dersigned at his office in Ashville, N.
C, within thirty (30) days from the date
hereof and make sur.h r.lai
and manner prescribed by law, or the
nTfmortTr mill K J 1 i n 2
;"rLVJn VW1 ue "tciarea lorieted to ti o
United Spates. '
SAM L. ROGEKP.
Collector 5th Dist. N, C.
Ty Tt. P. Harris, D. C.
The Violet Morm hohhm.
Norfolf, Va., Dec. 10,-President
Cleveland and his parly have had an
exceedingly rough time of it today
and were unable to occupy the
blinds provided for them at Cape
Channel i ear Hatteras. The Violet
is ton'ght in an exceedingly danger
ous position, although no fears are
entertained. All day long a terifflo
storm has" landed about Hatteias,
th wind blowing from the north
and northwest at the rate of fiftyr
six miletf Ato hour.Ixi fflct ajl.along
the oefl ifebtapbte&B Lflt ift. velocity
of fteiAiWiditatoiinibur (To
night the Atom iii ceil tral aear Hat
teras.t; -W.beeri learned- today
that rrquesU have been mae of all
the gQtbrnmentc employes A4ong the
cpastUa, jmAkAtpO report to the
oatside Irotld-of the movements of
the presidential party and the only
news obtainable is from masters of
tne incoming vessels. One thing is
certain ot a line haa passed over
the government coast telegraph line
concerning the President or his
A Ilotr Willi Tlirco Hearts,
Maj. Fleabaiits, section boss on the
Southern, lives just below the Nor
folk & Western de'' U lie is ?
clever gentleman am", his varacity
has nevei been questioned. lie telle
a story that appears to be ra her
wide of the mark but he has wit
nesses who vouch to the truthful
ness of the statement, lie, killed a
hog last week a'jd upon cutting it
open he found . three well fovr.nd
heart . Twu were located bjvtcn
the ehouMere and ve.-o mnch c-rntiller
than the regular on?. A vein -ran
between the two smaller ones and
joined the shoulders. Maj. Pleasnnts
has all three hear" an exhibition at
his house and they have been viewed
and examined by a number cf peo
ple. Winston Sentinel.
mmt -m n
rlci';' 'Mism vi'l ions.
Always give the devi. hu adieu.
Red is a tat color whtn it is used
in painting towns.
The best religion makes a man
pray brielly and give fieely.
One hilf the world doesn't know
how the other half lies.
Pride has two seasons a forward
8j'.ritig and an er!v t:;ll.
indicates a taste of hteniture.
The world is a stge that carries
too many deadhead passengers.
A great many people get religion
religion gets but people
Neyer kick a man when he is
down. Bite off his ear, that's best.
A butcher ofreu hooks his meat,
and yet he is seldom arrested.
We lightly weigh a neighbor's
loss yet find our own a greyious
When the doctors tali out the
patient haa a fighting chance for his
The earth itself is a merry-go-round,
but 'you don't have to buy
The world is a great barbershop,
where every man waits his turn to
be shayed. Orange (Va.) Observer.
Notice is hereby given that I have
ost a certificate of one share of stock
in the corporation, known as the Con
cord Female.Aacdemv, said certifi
cate being No. 5 in the books of the
corporation, and said share of the
value or. jf)DU. All persons are warned
against .holding said certificate of
stock and notice is hereby given that
1 snail apply for a duplicate certifi
cate of eaid share of stock.
. Morrison H. Caldwell
Concord, N.C, Nov. 251895.
for infants and Children.
OTHERS. Do You KNnm.. L
Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-called Soothing s
mnsf Tfmt(ti for rfilldren r crwnnni1 rsf ' 4
w. vui ur morphine?
Do TTott Know that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poison ?
Io Yon Know that ia most countries druggbts are not permitted to sell
without labeling them poisons ? , otlcj
Do Vott Know that you should not permit any medicine to be piven
unless you or j-our physician know of what it is composed ?
To You Know that CastorU U a purely -eeUbJe preparation, and that a list t
its ingredients is published with ereiy bottle t . .....,.
Do 7ou Know that Castoria is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel Tiich
That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria is now sold 'h
of all other remedies for children combined? " aa
Do Yon Know that the Patent Office Department of the United States an
other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the w0-'
Cafttorla and its formula, and that to imitate them is a state prison ofTense?
Tin Yon Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protect-'-
v.is because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely harmless?
Do Von Know that 35 average doses of Castoria are furnished f -
ceiilMj or one cent a dose?
Dcjro?2 "Kny 'at 'w'hen possessed of this perfect preparation, yourchilcrenn-"
be L. ;-t m 1, a'.I tiut you may have unbroken rest?
.Y.p? 1 , 1 2 are worth knowing. They are facts.
is on every
Cry for Pitcher's Castoria,
iF IT COMES FROM WCCONLLWIiLL
ntvrpt BTS L1L RIGHT r
WFRI FB.S flFSTANDARD AHDTHOROUGHBRED
c;ur?.nDQW!Dr Awn TinD;rT Shffp RiACK FFX
IllVUrvUlltk. Mill bWI W ha mw, m w w mm ,
and Duroc Jersey Hogs. Fine Poultry.
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ADDRESS OCCONEECHEE FARM, DU RHAM, N.C
! 1 Hill II 1 linn iMMVWMMagaiaMMMaaMBaBVMIMMMBMVMBMVMa
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer
Good middling 8.10
Low raiidlm ....7 1
Stains 5 to 6 h
Corrected bv C. W Swmk.
Sugar-cured nams 12itol5
Bulk meats, sides 8 to 9
Lard , ;.8
Flour(North Carolina) ,..1.75
Tallow . 3to4
T havt oiit. bx-year old mare and one
mule for sale on easy terms. Apply tc
me at Mt, Pleasant by mail, or at my
home two miles -west of Mt. Pleasant.
u y y lea Wszs
Haying been duly appointed and quali
fied Administrator of the estate of James
W. Long deed. I, as such Administrator,
will on Wednesday, the 18 day of De
cember, 1895 at the late residence of said
James W, Long in Concoid, oiler for
sale to the highest bidder for cash : One
sorreil horse, one cook ,si.ovc,one lot corn,
two nnnr.us. Jot or beds and bedding.
houFcho'd nnd jn'uben furniture, and
other p Yr-x-hi j-.o .-,v' articles too
min.c ( . to i-.i ' !)' oi .
, HAMMOND & CO.
130 & 132 Pearl Street,
"new yoke city, m. y.
Stocks, Bonds and Grain bought and
sold, or carried on Margin.
P. S. Send for explanatory circus
lar on speculation, also weekly mar- 1
set letter (hee HwItt
Are the ioy and sunlight of our
homes. Use all care to keep the
little ones in health. Do not give
them nauseous doses. You can
Overcome their roubles 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 2nd
as a remedy for use in teething, it
the greatest in the world.
tSold by Druggists, new package,
large bottle, 103 Doses, One Do
Manufactured only by
The Chel Co., MX,
Write for Book, 3tM
FETZEll'S- Mi rO -f;-7"'i
7, j m.
XLLS. CURE All Pain. "Une cent .1