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Just think of it only a few days till Christ
mas, and as usual everybody is on the look
out for some useful present to give to a friend,
Father, Mother, Brother, or Siter, Wife and
Children. We think there, is no place where
you could get just such an article, "as the Fur-
easy Rocke, a Folding Bed, a Bed Loung, a.
Couch, a Parlor -Suit, Fancy Table, Dining
Table, Dining Chairs, Hall Rdeker, Side
Board, Wardrobe. Ladies Desks, Gents Office
Desks, China Closets, Book Cases, O-il Stoves
a beauty, Baby Carriages. Boys Wagons all
sizes, Trvcicles, Pictures Mirrors, and a
thousand other things we can show you all
of ghich we have in abundances and at trices
to suit the most fastidous, Come and see us.
Yours to please,
DRY & WADSVV
ISJUST.ASCOCD FOR ADULTS.
WARRANTED. PRICE 00 ctS-
GALATIA, ILLS., Nov. 1G, 1503.
Paris Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Gentlemen: We soil last year, COO bottles of
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC and have
bought three frross already this year. In all our ex
perience of 14 years, in the drut; business, have
never sold an article that gave such universal eatiS'
taction us your Tonic. Yours truly,
ABXEY, CAKR &, CO.
For sale by all druggists.
MT, PLEASANT, N. 0.
REV. J D. SHIREY.ID. D- rRES
A U A D EM I CC 0 M M M KCI A. L
Total necessary expenses
session of 38 weeks. $85.00 to
Next session begins Sept
3.1895. For cotalogue and
special information, address
the President as above, or
Secretary of Faculty, lm
B Ji&J n Ska la fia EzJ
jpsg p H H 1 .
'i mMi m PI W
S y 1 E33S3 fee
' TP 0 !N! 1 c
We have everything that
home cheerful and happy an
COAL FOR SALE
; Bestj GoaJ in the South.
Orders takeii'to G E Fisher's
store, or given to pj drivers,
or at my office vill he prompt
jy attended o. 4 :
K. L. A Y E N.
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COTTON MA RrvET.
Corrected by Cannona & Fetzer
Good middling 8.10
Low middling 7
Stains 5 to 6$
Corrected by 0. W Swmk.
Sugarcured nanis 12 Hoi 5
Bulk meata, sides .. 8 to 9
Flour(North Carolina) ...1.85
Mal . 55
Fallow.. .... . . 3to4
BELONGS TO THE NEW
To open January 1, 1896
the Hoover & Lore building,
room nov occupied by Lowe
W- Xi. .BELL
Undertaker and Embalmer
Ilev. Mr. Crlssom Mulccs an Explnna
tion About Conference Action.
The Kecord yesterday publifibed
an extract or two from conference
proceedings regarding the Advocate,
owned and published here by Mes
srs. Gri8Som & Groom.
The clippings referrred 'o were
"On motion, the effer of "Rev. L
W Grissom, halfownr of the con
ference orgsn, the North Carolina
Advocate, to sell his stock at $1,000
h?s than cost, was referred to the
Committee cn Bocks and Periodicals.
The . committee on L'ooks and
Periodicals brought in its original
report, rejecting the offer of Key L
V Grissom to sell his interest in th:
North Carolina Advocate to the con
"A liyey discussion took plsce.
participated in by Rev. F D Swindell
at.d Jisv, K B John. Kev. J T
Gibbs moved the previous, and tbe
substitute, offered by Key. II B
John to not accept the North Caro
lina Advocate as the organ of th
conference, which wa3 adopted by a
vote of 59 to 52."
Mr. Grissom naturally wants the
matter fully understood and says it
all came about in this way: Con
ference wanted to appoint the edi
tors of the paper and Gx their com- '
pensation,' this compensation to be
paid by the owners, and the edi
tors to be installed whether agree
able or not to Messr3. Grissom &
Groom. It should be remembereJ,
however, that conference has no
monetary interest in the paper
whatever, and this encroachment
was rfaturally objected to by Mr.
Grissom and then it was he raid be
fore he,would submit to it he would
sell to conference his. etcck at par
and head a subscription list with
$1,000 towards buying it.
As a result of it all a committee
was appointed to confer with a simi
lar committee from the Western
Conference next year and see what
could be done. In the meantime,
the Bishop wa3 requested to appoint
Mr. Grissom editor, which was done.
With any other body this attempt"
ed action would be characterized as
a "high-handed proceeding" trying
to control a man's private property
without.any compensation whateyer.
Under the circumstances conference
might, in some degree, dictate the
policy of the paper, but this L as
far as ihey could possibly go.
Ho wever, the milk in the coc pa
nut is the fact that the Eastern
people want a paper within their
own baliwick. They haye been dis
satisfied ever since Dr. Kied came
west of Raleigh with it.
A proof of this desire, read this
from conference proceedings :
"The conference separated from
the paper and appointed a commit
tee to act with a Western North
Carolina Conference committee, if
they will appoint one, to buy or es
tablish a paper or, if necessary, to
establish a paper separately but by
27 majority "Greensboro Record of
Saturday December 21,
For over Fifty Yers.
Mrs. Winslow's Sootlrng Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the beat remedy for
Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
little eufferer immediately. Sold by
Druggists m every part of the
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle
Be sure and ask for ''Mrs. Winslows
Soothing Syrnp3" and take no other
kind. mwr&w s23'95
rc. orpnme or opium m Dr. Miies pah
Stlls curb All Pain. "Qoe cent a dose."
for f.g,,,d jJJ.lejla
Eateman's Drops, Godfrey's
most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine?
lT?o "yon TXn.riy that opium and morphine are stupefying nircuLic -viu-
Do Yon rimow that in.most countries druggists are not permitted toscll:rr, -cs
without labeling them poisons ?
lHo Voq IZtta'W that you should not permit any medicine to be given yourcH'.l
unless you or your physician know of what it is composed ?
rtoYmiKrioy that Castoria is a purely vegetable, preparatbi:, ar.d 11: a r r
its ingredients is published with every bottle ?
FTo Kiww that Castoria is the prescription of the famous Dr. ai'c-! 1 , -
That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria is nw aold e:a
of all other reinedies for children combined ?
Ho Yog TTrtfiiw that the Tatent OClce Department cf th.e United Ftites, arvl f
other countiies, iiave issued exclusive right to Dr. ritcher and hU a.!'4:is 1-j usa the
Caoloria" r.nd its formula, and that to imitate them is a state pr: .'jr. ofTn.se?
Po-Ycu !TXyiov that one of the reasons for granting t1:is rvermueiit protection
vas because Castoria had been proven to be a?J5Jolwtciy Ii p,rrr.?..'jf -;c ?
Do Vota Know that S avemge doses of Castoria are fum f:r
CCiiJfi, or one cent a dose ?
Ho Von Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, ycur chilure-.. .
be kept well, and that j'ou may have unbroken rest?
Ti'ell, fl?.r;f?e 1 lilrsirH are worth knowing. They are faci.3.
Children Cry for
IF IT COMES FROM
ITS .i-E- E-S-lWrS
S OFSTANDARD AND THOROUGH
SHROPSHIRE AND DORSET SHEEP. BLACK ESSEX-
and duroc Jersey hogs. fine, poultry.
ADDRESS OCCONEECHEE FAR M, D U RHAM, N.C )
Ketluoed IlaiIroal Knlcs.
Christmas Holiday Excursion
Katos. Tickets on sale to all points
on Southern Railway in North Caro
Una, South Carolina and Virginia,
December 22nd to 25th December
29th to January 1st 189G, inclusive,
at rate cf four cents per mile
oje way for rcund trip. Tickets for
students presenting certificates
sign e by Superintendents or Prin
cipals of schools will be sold from
December lGth to 21st inclusive and
also on samo dates tickets are sold
for the Kcnerrd public, all bearing: a
final limit to January 3rd 1896.
SALE OF TOWN PROPERTY,
By virtue of authority vested in mej
under a judgment of the Superior Court
of Cabarrus county made in the cause
Mary E. Groner vs. M J Penny and Jno.
A Penny and Tobias Kestlor, I will offer
at public auction to the highest bidder at
the court house door in Concord at 12
o'clock, noon, on Monday, the 20th day
of January, 1896, the same beiiig Mon
day of oui first week ot January Super
ior Court, 1896, All that valuable town
lot, known as the old Burton Groner lot,
situated on Main street, adjoining M A
Walter, the old Hodgins corner, and
others. Terms of sale, ($50) fifty dollars
cash down on day of sale and balance on
6 months note and approved security,
with interest from date of sa!ie required.
JAMES C. GIBSON,
Clerk Superior Court and Commissioner.
This, December 16,1895.
AIFlounshing School for Young
Ornamental EraLcbes Receive
Careim uremic:; ;.
HSV. O. L. T., FISHER, A, M
MOUNT IIKA.SANT. N C '
You VLteow th.
Cordial, many so-cailcd Scothhvr s .....r
5a oti every
T4'iCJi' v -rap per.
PEril N UUttO txo
! Notice Town Taxes.
I am compelled to urgp prompt
payment of your taxea. I haye a
considerable amount still dne and
will be forced to begin levyii-g on
your property after tbe first of Juh-
uary 189G if not paid. So call cn
me a J: once at mv cilice and p .y up
and save cost. Office opposite court
house. J. L. BcoEit,
'J'cwn Tiix Collector.
There is a difference betwecr.
cines and medicines. , t
: Those of to-day, as a rule, ditier.ro,
those of the past in many respects.
Fully as great is the difference
tween Dr. King's
and the ordinary medicines of to-'v-It
is unlike thern in
THESE PBVE 1
1. It does not taste like a medi
cine. It is as pleasant to take as
lemonade and makes a most refresh
S. It never nauseates the in
delicate stomach. r ,
3. It does not swap off 0I'-
ease for another. It does not
one form of disease in order to re.i
another as is so often the case.
4. It contains no alcolioi ci
opium in any form and is ale
harmless even when given to a a -one
5. It does not patch sxmp
cures. It reaches as nothing
does to the hidden sources of disu-
in the blood and removes ths cause
does this with an ease and povrcr
Have never been equaled.
without a rival or a peer. ,
lSold by droits, new Vf'yty
tie. 103 Doses. One Dollar. Elanulacair.c.
THE ATLANTA CHERlCAl CO., ATLANTA, .OA.
WKITS P02 48-PAGS BC0Z.
- l 11 I
For all troubles of the Bloody yA
Bowels, Kidneys and Nerves, w '1 1 ' t ;;,;r, rA.
of MALAKIAL POISON It stanch rru-ei-
FETZER7 S DRUG SI G