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CUixeDs of Linpblnton arid aurroaud
Will be toand at night at tbe Lin
LINCOLNTON, N C ,
Teeth extracted without
pain by the use of an anaesthe
tic applied to the gums. Pes
tively destroys all aeii.sri of puin
and cause no after trouble.
Igiuuuutee to give .-atiskn;-tiott
or iio f'.haige.
call from you solicited.
Aug 4, ISM. ly
HA lib Kit MHOI'.
Neiy tilled ii, V..i-k wh
neatly do.i.-. 'usti.i.-ii? v,,l'h
waited Upon. E en thing p-iMin
lug. to the touhoii.il tin ir ilon.
according to Utesl styles.
LliiNUY Talu, HrUr
ku uu uuuihu ana Lcmeu had all nu
&U cured ia 3U minutes by Wn.ltor.1s
AiJt4ry, LoU.u. Thi never tmja. rolc by
MrLwmtf. ttaggi Lint olntun. N C
JinglUh Spavin Liniment rmovta all
ku4,oft or calloused lumps and r.leuiifh-
trom torHea, blood Hpavins, urb, .jihntH
Weeney, rin,--boae, stifles, strains, all
woUen throat, coughs etc. iSave $50 by
use of one bottle Warranted the most
wonderful blemUh cure ever known. Sold
tjJ. M La wine Druj-KinLincolnton N O.
E, M. ANDREWS
pSAVholctale and Retail Dealers in
OS AKD HGAHS.,
Oak Bedroom suits
oi ten pieces, from $20.00 to $150 00.
o! aii pieoes, from 22.50, to 200.00.
from S10.00 to 75.U0
ffocn $4.00 to $40.00.
J $15.00 to 45 00.
1.00 to 5.00.
Easels and Pictures
3 00 to 20 00.
COUCHES and LOUjYGES
$7.50 to $45.00.
Music racks and Cabinets", $1.50
to 912.00. Revolving Book Cases
and. Roll Top Desks and efik-e
Chairs, $5 00 to 140 00. Organs,
50 00 to 8150.00. Fiatm, S225 00
This is a great sale and you
mate a great mistake if you
&il.to take advantage of it
XL letters promptly answer
$4. Write at once for particu
lars. 16 and 18 West Trade St,
Ja. 26, 1894.
S THE WORLD'S FAIR FOR FIFi
Upon receipt of your address and lit teen
cnts in postage i tamps, we will mail to
you prepaid our socvbnor portfolio of the
wcKIP's . Kxrosmox, the regular price ie
1'ifty cents, Dut as we want you to have cus
- -4 make the price nominal. You wib rind
it a work of art and a thing to be prized,
li cCctaiaa full page views ot the gaeat
builiini, with description of same, and is
xeutd in highest ityle of art. If not
uUgfli -vritb. it, after you get it, we will
refoad the stamps and let you keep tbe
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Sobscribe for the CounrEB.
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And the "Lest friend, that never
faita you, ia Simmond Liver Regu
lator, (the Bed Z) that's what
you hear at the mention of thi3
fcxollent Liver medicine, and
I'eople should not be persuaded
that anything else will do.
It is the King of Liver Medi
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t Oalomeh It acts directly on the
;j Liver, Kidney -j and BoweU and
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cost of same in the U. S. and foreign countries
sent free. Address,
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When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
WLen she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
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Tbe best Salve in the world for cuts and
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This is a problem that puzzles
more than one man who saves a
portion of his salary. The fol
lowing letter gives the result of
au investment in a Tontine
Policy of the
Union, S. C, Dec. 20, 1892.
V. J. Roddey, Esq., Agent.
Dear Sir: Your favor enclosing
check of the Equitable Life Assur
ance Society in settlement of my
policy, No. 209,310, came duly to
hand'. The settlement is a liberal
one, exceeding my expectations, and
I am pleased with it.
Yours truly, WlLUAM MUKRO.
There is no form of investment
to-day that offers such absolute
security and such liberal divi
dends as the proper form of life
' assurance. It's a matter on
which every man should be
posted. We send you figures
and particulars without charge.
W. J. RODDEY, Manager,
Department of the Carolinas,
ROCK J1ILL, S. C.
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LINCOLNTON, N. C, FRIDAY, MAR. 16, 1894.
Far tbe- CocbIslh ' ' '
Tbe Flower's Carol.
O! sweet iHiny fragrance at tnorn,
And beautiful my bloabes at eve,
Even so gleeful, never, loriooe 1
What a garlsud of beauty I weave I
Vna cld in a fleece emblem of
Ami adorned with glory ao fair ;
I live but to love like' doel tibove
Au.l S'li.le away eviy iai cnie.. '
Trie beautj Meuked ting t
F i n 1 he hi hi twinkli o bribt,
Tae cud lit-amx 10 oiuaiu daoce Dear
Ard dnw-diops npaik' on meat
M b- ai-uti f;i r priHUH reii.s
cbakrt beam with grace and
1"4 fieoiiiiifN d. we-p swett teaia in
They are es.iiilean ! tiaipy nubt
wo seilv, O fadtu
i ' ' .
Soou the field and the bower
Will Ua kissed bv wiotei'a bias'.
Thy piettj bu, en sweet to view,
Will noon te flunhed bv boaiy liot
Then thy ylory liko life's story
In the yiave will be lot.
' ; Konkobd.
Coucord, K O., Mar. 10(h '94.
W. C1BTLL'S tlLET
Slio II nd "Vowed Ifever
Spenk to Him igaln,but
the Jtlurriage Caixic ofi.
Trimble, Ten n Mrs. Jerry
Cartell of near Trimble, has jast
brokeu a rash vow wbicb she made
over twelve months ago, and which
sqe regretted having fjver made.
About eighteen months ago Mrs.
Cartell was Miss FaDnie Brambley.
a beautiful young lady of eighteen
years and Jerry Cartell her favored
suitor. Bar, as is generally the case
with yorjug lovers, a quarrel arose
between them, and in the heat of
passion Miss Fannie bade ber lover
leave ber presence, aod vowed oy
high Heaven she would never speak
to biro again. The disconsolate
lover took his departure, but as he
fairly worshipped the girl he ardent
ly set about to effect a reconcilia
tioa. At last, iu answer to a pitiful
pleading letter, Miss Fanuie relentt
ed and penned to him a loving lor.
Overjoyed at the happy termina
tion of affairs be hurried to the
borne of Miss Fannie, and wan re
ceived warmly and affectionately,
but without a word of welcome.
Taking a tablet and pencil from a
desk 8be began a written conversa
tion as though sbe could not speak
a word. Cartell pleaded the nee
lessnese and foolishness of such pro
ceedings, but iu vain, as his sweet,
heart positively refused to otter a
word to hiuj. She is very devout
a member of the Methodist church,
and was firmly impressed with the
idea that if she shonld break ber
rash vcw Qod would punish her by
striking her dumb, when she could
speak to no one. She was constant
ly on ber guard for fear she migbt
forget herself and speak to her lov
er, thereby inyltingtbis terrible vis
itation. The . courtship proceeded with
pencil and paper for several months,
and then they were joined together
in tbe bold boDds ot matrimony.
Daring their married life of nearly
a year Mrs Cartell never spoke to
ber baeband until some weeks ago.
Last Christmas Mr. Cartell made
his wife a present ot a handsome
and costly pair of vases. Tbe oth
er tborniag the husband was bring
ing iu au armful of wood and struck
oue of the vases and knocked it to
tbe door, where it broke into a
"Oh. Jerry, li-ok what jou have
done !" cried Mr 0 r tell.
She was horribly shocked at
speaking to ber bosband, and be
lieved .tdat she bad. been stricken
dumb. To ascertain the correct,
ness of ber belief sbe spoke to bim
again, and was oveiioyed to discov
er that her organs of speech had
not been iu ibe least impaired. 1
In the happiness of-again ner
log bis wife speak to bim, Jerry
loiued ber in bis arms, wept tears
of joy, and thanked God for the
breaking of ber vase- Mr. aod Mrs.
Cartell feels as if a cload had been
fitted from their borne, and there ia
Dot a happier couple today in Dyer
For 1 1 fled Flavor.
If ciMttru is churned sweet, tbe
:utiei bas so mild a flavor that to
the general consumer it is insipid,
if soured to excess before churning,
the batter will be rant. Batter
lacking in iavor or that with bad
flavor sells low iu open market.
DrvHopim-nt of f bis propTty is
so t-ly the. work the buunmaKet
N it is hoped imi o cremate critic
ftill jump up right here and talk
atouE rtie excellent flavor from tbe
ftveet a. eiited grasses of the New
Belaud Hunny bills, and the bad
d 01 ot butter fiom rows eating
ttier weeds, garliok and raw tar
tiiim Developing nt of good batter
flavor is solely the woik of the but
1 hi maker.
Given the milk from tbe best cow
iu ibtt world, kept on the sweetest
to d that grown, and a poor butier
maker will make.au iufeiios product
fiooj it. He will not bring out a
nice flaver. Given turntpy or garl
n k v milk, and you do not prevent a
ti'W'd buttermaker developing a
sweet, rich flavor. But it may be
overpowered by the rank flavor,
mis rank flavor is not tbe butter
flavor, but prevents the erjoyment
of the batter flavor. Keeping out
brfd flavors aud putting in good
ones are two seperate things. Both
are esseutial and a third is also inv
perative, viz : tbe development o
the good flavor. The milk possess
es good flavor in a enrde form. It
needs development. It possesses it
iu variable degreer, hence tbe but
termaker must vary bis treatment
accordingly. Batter from fresh
cows is more highly flavored than
that from cows long in milk, there
tore the latter require greater care
in ripening. A change in tbe man
mer of ripening the cream from the
Jersey herd during the last week of
tbe 30day batter test at Jackson
Iark, put tbe Jersey butter ahead
of that from the two other breeds,
while before this it had been below
in regard to flavor. Tbe majority
of farm cows have now been giving
milk several months, aod the butter
from such cows tends to be tallowy
in consistency and flavor. It was
formerly supposed that June batter
was of superior flavor solely be
cause it was made in June, tbe
season of luscious grass ; but we
know now that tbe fact that the
cows were then.fresh had a bearing
upon the flavor. Aatamn milkers
prodace their finest flavored butter
in Autumn, . And this, brings as
nearlynp to the subject of this ar
tide, fortifying flavors. Soid dairy
batter is, bought by the ton by deal
ers. It is then cat up fiae, the fla
vors and poor salt soaked oat by a
water-bath, churned in milk to "put
in" a better flavor and shipped to
foreigu markets. Makers of oleo
margarine get batter flavor for
their product by using a. little of
the best creamery hotter and milk.
Many skillful buttermakers fortify
the flavor of their batter by asiog a
ferment starter. This (tartAi'' is
made from the milk of a fresh cow.
It is soared and added to the cream.
The good flavor started in the milk
is perpetuated in the cream ; or in
other woras, the bacteria which pro
pagated in the ekira milic and intro duced
with it into tbe cream where
they multiply aod develop tbe de
sired flavor. In this way the Jer
sey butter spoken of was advanced
in flavor. In general, cream should
be b'gber and ripened more low
than two mouths ago. This , is to
make the butter softer (winter but
ter should be softer at- the 'same
temperature tbaa summer buttei)
and to belter develop the flavor,
which is more apt to be deficient at
this t-eason than any . other time J
Orauqe Jwdd Farmer.,
XF JfntTTi' HACK ACUKxI '
Oryotmre fclr- worn but really good for notii-
E5r. U is general ttetwy.- iiy
El cure Ten, cleanee your liter; flvt
, TUe Devil Ud Uiiu .
During one of tbe roll calls yes
terday Mr. Reed was standing tn
tbe rear of tbe hall of the Hoo-e
with his bands apon tbe head of
"That reminds me of a story, '
aid Mr- Talbert, of South Carolina,
who 0000 pia the eat next to Mr.
xxi 1 yore, j
"Let's have it," said the . Texas
man and the Maine man, id a sort
"Well' said Mr. Talbrt, "a sail
er laodmg iu a seaport towu one
Sunday thought be would go to.
church. The edifi.-.e was crowded,
but be Anally found a p ace ou the
pulpit plaiforcn, directly underneath
th pi earlier. , Tim minister warn
. 1 iu his appeal lo the Uncon
verted. Noticing that the saiir
wad a Mi a.ieiA hp ,ie.ut over ,bim.
gittcprti biiu hy tie hau id bis head,
and 1 in p r si-ively shouted "M
dar sir. do you kuow that you Hie
going stiriiht to helt 1"
"I shouldn't wonder," t-aid the
sailor, looking up. "I see the devil
nas got me by the back of uiy
"NuwT". sid- Mr. Talbert to Mr.
fteed, "I don't mean to compare
you to the devil-
''Don't say a word,' lutenupted
Mc Reed. "The story is too good
to be spoiled by au explanation.",
B ashington Post.
Wuats a Comfortable Colli 11.
A Grawfordsville, lad., corres
pondent says : ''There is a mau
luing nine miles south of ibis ci ty
wuo, though in the best bealth, bas
given his orders for bis coffin. His
uame is Drake Broojkshire. He is
the father of Hon. E V. Brookshire,
tbe Democratic Congressman from
this, tbe Eighth district. Mr.
Brookshire weighs 200 poaqds, ,h-is
always lived apon a faim, enjoyed
the best of health, having never
been sick a day in his life, and is
now 07 years of of age. The other
day be came to town and went to
an undertaking establishment and
informed the proprietor, that he
wanted to purchase a cofflo.
Tbe proprietor, after asking who
was dead was greatly astouishedou
being told that it was for tbe live
roan standing beloie bim.
uMr. Brookshire, however, quiet
ed him by saying that he did not
intend to die until he bad to, bat
that be wanted to die with tbe
knowledge that there was a coma
already mhde for bim iu which be
woa'd have plenty of room. The
undertaker did not seem to know
just what to do, and Mr. Brook
shire, seeing bis embarrassuieuf,
laid down upoo the floor and or
dered bis measurement taken. The
coiHn will be made of two inch oak,
firmly bolted together, and will be
6 feet 6 inches long, 3 feet wide aud
2 feet deep. After the coffin is
made Mr. Brookshire will try it and
see if it fits bim. He also says tba'.
he desires to the graveyard in his
farm wagon, drawn by his team of
There was an interesting meeting
at Trinity church last evening,
which was attended by the official
members of Trinity and Main
Street churches Dr. L. W. Craw
ford la'd a plan before tbe meeting
which, we learn, 'a being agitated
in mosi of the church conferences
and definite plans will be soon ar
ranged in each separate District
Canference. It is to raise an en
dowment fund or 9100,000 for Trin
ity College, in two State Confer
ences. E-tcb district will Lave a
proportionate part of tbe fund, which
it is proposed to raise in tbe next
four years. The part for Dr. Yates'
district will be about $10,000. At
present it is determined to start an
education campaign amoag tbe
membership of this denomination
with this object in view.
This will be a great thing for
Trinity. It ehoold excite the pride
of every friena of the College, not
ony nere bat throughout the State
and tbe South.
ee tbem bare
We would like to
it ngbt now - but
here is the wish that it mav be ac
complished in less than four years.
-r-Durham Daily Sun.
Senate BUI Change.
The Seoate tariff bill is so full of
changes it is practical! auotker bill!
Tbe items ohangea are said to be
almost innumerable. Many taxes
are lower aod others are higher.
The data of the operation ot tbe act
U o banged from 1st of June 1894,
to30tbjone. Theie are modifica
tions in bebali . ot divers interests.
There, are. many concessions to the
howlers, and Democratic protection
ists who have threatened to destroy
tbe bill have been placated. The
sugar tax. fellows aw made to smile
because of tbe sweetening. character
of the increase of burdens upon tbe
people. The latter will have to pay
not less, than $10,000,000 perhaps
M taxes tor the suvar they will
eieu pieH end eukei and c nVrt
with. Will tbe people like, tl.i 10.
creese of burden this 'restotini ot
4 tax that even tbe remorseless Re
publican' bad mercy aud grace en
ough to remove wniln piling up
taxes mountain high. Ion end
roal will also be taxed. The Wil
son bill that passed tbe House put
irou, coal and sugar on tbe tiee list.
The committee have agreed to make
a further change agreed to make a
farther change by imposing a duty
of 35 cents per ton on biturbinous
coal, and 20 per ceut. on slack coal,
aad 15 per cent, on coke.
It is noticeable that there is oue
leading, influential Republican pa
per tne Springfield BepuMican
that sees the greed of the Sugar
protectionists and says:
"Tbe Louisiana sugar men
planters, manufactuters, merchants,
and the like are no longer Demo,
crats, Republicans, or Populists.but
but sugar men first, last aud all
the time. The sum total of their
political creed is Government pap of
some kind, either duty cr bounty.
They have been supported at tbe
publio cot so loog that they are
frightened out of their wits at tbe
prospect of being ' compelled, like
other agricaltaralists, to depend on
their own exertions to maintain
This reads well, but is the Reqvb
lican as emphatic and sound ana
just when it deals with tbe New
Jbnglaod fellows who bare lived so
Jong upon "government pap" and
a'e bellowing for more and iu per
Pension Abased and Upheld.
Gen. Grant held that 30, 000,
000 voted to plosions yearly would
be sufficient. Gen, Garfield beld
that about tbe same sum peisibly
it was $3?,000,000) would be all that
patriotism demanded should be
uoted. They were both soldiers,
both Republicans, and both Presi
dents. Tbe Repub icao party for
political ends mainly went to work
increasing tbe annual pensions uo
t'l the sum reached some 180,000,
000. It is ju9t as well assured that
there are hundreds and thousands
of fraudulent peusioos as that there
is a dollnr voted for that end. It i
coticea'jle that iu the Congress tbe
Republicans stand by tbe huge bur
den and curse upoo tbe country,
and even that old humbug, Gen
Sickles, stands up to defend the
enormous sums voted, that are one
of tbe cheif causes of tbe prostra
tion of tbe people. The pensions
actually constitute more than a
third of tbe totai expenditures, aud
but tor tbem aod the rascally ex
travagance aod waste of tbe Har
rison gang ' of iocs pa bles, there
would be today an ovetflowiog
treasury iustead ot an empty oue
but for ibe vcious bond issuiog
that has temporarily replenished it.
The South bas neves objected to
such a moderate, bearable pension
law as Grant and Garfield favored,
aod other Forlhern General!. Mes
Mrs. Pink Powell, of Charlotte,
fouod a soprise on her doorsteps
Monday night ia the form of a girl
baby ia a basket. Oa investiga
tion a note, written iu a delicate
feminine hand, was fouod in the
basket with the child's clothes io
which the mother asked . that the
infant b taken and cared for. Pov
NO. 47 .
erty was her excase - for . deserting
the little coe. Tbe obitd is healthy
blaeejed little girl. It "birthday
was stated to be , January ltKh.
Many offers to adopt it. have . beta
Sou day moroiag shortly after one
o'clock a woman appeared : at' ( the
borne of, J. u. UacAbrlo ol tbe
Ashe ville Tooaoo, Work, aud, Ci
garette Company, i At kto street,
and awoke Mr. and lira. Hambxiok
by, rented,, kpockiosj. , -When they
went to the door be woman oaoe
into the hall with ibe question:
"Do you want a present f" , Mrs.
11 am br let asked: "What in itTf
and the woman repliad by off nug
a bundle and saying : "It's a baby."
The gift was'aooepted and tbe wo
man who left the obild not known
ind the. only .detfurtption 51 r. Ham
urick caii uive.of her tuvjug looked
nt her only by tbe dim light of
hail lamp, ii that was of mad-
die age ana neauy areweu. iu
'Hby has been batUdd as David
Frederick" Hvn oxiek Grromia n
Closing Ivxerolaoa ul Piue
' ' Grovt) ItViiool.
Ma. Ebixoa Last' Thursday,
Marcn the first waa a' ragntar gaia
day tor the young people at Pine
Grove School boose, some times
kuown aj the Betsy Finger- School
house. The occasion was the clos
ing of the publio school for tbe oar
rent term. Tbe scholars aud young
people of the community spent the
fay in various innocent amasementa
finished up with several beautiful
marches led by delicious music. In
tbe evening a large number of
tbe patrons of , tbe school .
came out to witness the closing Ex
hibitioo at night. The exercises at
night consisted of selections, poems,
burlesques aod dialogues inter
spersed with delightful music, by
Messrs. Kirkseys, Wiiklosou and
Bynum on the banjo and violin.
The bouse was packed full of peo -pie
and the boys and girl were met
t every stage of tbe exercise with
prolonged laughter and applause
The boya and girls every one did
their full duty to tbe perfect satis
faction of all present, and wth
mach credit to themselves and cred
it to their teacher. W. C- Mullen.
In jtct. the manner iu which they
all acquited themselves was a sors
prie to us all when we consider the
very short time they were prepar
iog. Tbe exercises irere closed with
a piece on tobacco and souff by J.
G, Little. The dark side of the to
oacco habit was brought oat so viv
idly that we don't want the tobac
conists and Revenue officers to hear
much about it lest they get after
Mr.. Little for injuring their buN
uess. In dismissing tbe . audienoe
the teacher made a good speech ot
about twentyrfive minutes contain
ing aome good thoughts for tbe pa
irons of the school, and mach good
advice to his pupil. While noth
ing can torn back the tide ol time
and make old people , young again,
the sight of so many youths and
happy children enjoying themselves
so enthusiastically make us feel ten
years joaoger " than we are, aod
call op fond recollections oi the
past, and remind us that there is
much in life yet worth liviog for.
Although the school has been crit
ictsed to some extent, aod' without
reflection any discredit on any for
mor teacher ot oar school, we mast
confess that we deem- ft due Mr.
Mullen and to all concerned to aay
that this closes one of the best and
mo-t successful schools we- have
ever had at our -present school
house. Such is the sentiment of all
the patrons, who have expressed
themselves to as. -
JoSXJX R. &LtCU?&3.
March, 5tb. 1S94-
Many Persons m
Iowa from ovenror or feooacboid cnaw
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