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LINCOLNTON, N. 0 VliliiAY, SEPT. " 14, 1834,
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TH IS SHOULD CON V ? NC
M I had a cttokb of facial intra lybi, v n1 aft-.r ir; k- - '
doctors without relief, 1 was indued to try tl.e Y.h !,-."'. . , .
.tlonn-ganto Improve, until I am uow aluia-t U1 ; .', ,
talk aawtll as over. I cau cheerfully reeomnieii I :
W L. TiiAiti'
ACTION COSTS NOTHING.
A stamp will brink' yi a 'xHik. full of tetin;uiii.d.
' Cures vhcn
ATLANTIC ELl - XTIlOI'Oi. -
Prepares boys lor tin- ftnpomon; v'ia
girls lor the onioi- .jj-.ev. a! i
Colloi. MC(dleill ; :'
study of vocal and it;
Thorough I iifi i ution. 1
('ornnif teiai A i it heii ii:.
lioaid a:id luihi n in o. eonf .'j v7
cpN Aur. For Catalo.'iU', ivint 'iiii
iTTnw ;f; to n
charlot r l:
COLLEGE Of MUSIC AND ART.
18 SOUTH Ti' VON. ',
SCHOOL FOR AlllsKVAh TH A I N I N(
i i TJiS;
' i I i : M(hi IMI'liOVKU
Many fe cd antnues. M.ni;:. i
native ( i i;-
Acce(i uiod i' ions for e m i 1 1 . i l id -
I'jVei V Uiodi in Coi:V liM m e
l'A IN I INi, 1U Vn.(j; ;,,
CatalogiKs seat oa appin
Aug 10, ls:i l
E. M. ANDREW
WliOlesale'ttrid Uot:i HV-!!cr 1;
ot ten pifct-s, lro:n ??2.oo i i '.u tin
of six ;r.ns foan 2'' ',. p
from SU.0O i 7." oo
troaj !?4.00 to SiO.OO.
Sir, oo t 8 in .on.
Li I C
CO UCHKS a nd h 0 1 7A 7 ICS
Music rai ks and Clem-'-. 1 '
to 112.00. Revolving P.U s
ad Roll Top DeUs amt ill
Cbairs, 85.00 -t .40 0d. Org:in-,
l50.oofctbsLro.OO. PioMw, .::.-, mi
This is a great sale and you
make" a "great mistake if you
fail fa take advantage of it..
ALL letters promptly answer
ed. .Write al owe for particu
lars. 10 and 18 West Trade Sr.
CHARLOTTE, X C.
Jan. 26, 18iU.
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bv a iiii'.d move
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in v :il v sure.
il-.!1( I'i "i i.MlMK'e f'T
".'j: various rcTii.-.l i-s
in 1 lie use f sim-
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not el mvsel;,
latuilv. M. KII.I.
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tlu- o..r ?: Kt::p ir. t.1 on wrnpi.er.
,1. JI. 7.V.H.IN CO., l'l..l:-..l.-lv.h..., Ta
ir.vcsts,andTMr.e-Mr!rksobtaineii,nuail l'nt-rf j
Jcr.t business c-;i'1'.i tt-il f-r mobieb ati fees.
fltrwr i?; OronsiTE O. S PATENT OrnCE
CU OFFMF IS OWSITE t. S PATENT OrP.CE J
,t wc enn sc'ho p uciu .a ic .i .... ii.-.. ..--
cnl nio.icl, er r.- c r phr.tc. with dc-cr-p-
ticn Wc a.!vi-c, if ji.ucntablc or not, tree otj
JcbarW. Our fc-jnJtii-tf till paicr.t is secured.
A pambh' ET '-How to ObtVm Patents, with
Jco-t of s.mc in the U.S. and iore-Rn countries ,
4 sent tree. Addra t
5 5. A. S S!OW& CO.!
OPP. PATENT OFFICE. WASHINGTON, D. C. f
fnW'H WO Weluiveu.e honor to be
ft tim m m pi mk
?ysLMiy? i B.C. Bfckwitii, ecy.
1) -8i. !!;- Oli5. !
'.' iht I .. ini.i ..'. c ubs AW'i Vr
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Py a unanimous v.l" the
Democratic State Executive Com-
al am.-eting le-hi in Ka!-
cili, Auiuat L'Ttli' int the Exec-
utive (Oiiimittee ot the tate As
Hx-iation of Democratie Clubs vas
ivrjuested to call a Convention ot
the Deinoerati..- Clubs oTth" State
to ine- t in Lili iLiii . C.. m;i the
J2 th t' September iwxt. at 12 o'
clock in., and as the Lrreat demo
jeratie party lias named its stand
j a rd -bearers, and ah another great,
i struggle for Democratic supremacv
I is at hand, and as t.iiere is vet work
i i i . . i i n- , ,i
in imue woik in oenuil oi me
coinjdele fulfillment of those great
cardinal pledges of the party, so
! dea Mo patriotic North Carolinians
I "who refuse to accept the results
of recent- legislation in Congress as
the (dose of the waiv' and as it is
incumbent on tho young Democ
racy to see that its ?-hare in this
great struggle is well and faithful
- v Performed,
j I, therefore, as President of the
'State Association of Democratic
Clubs, call you to meet, in con
tention, in our Capital City-of
Haleigh, on Thursday, the i0lh
day of September next, at ll o'-
I The objects of this con vent ion
are for the formal opening of the
campaign and the irivmg of the
i kev note for thp coming f rav ; to
foster the organization of I)emo
jerat'e Clubs in every township in
North Carolin; to increase our
(facilities for promulgating lemo
j eral ic prim'ijdes, aim to achvelv
aid the regular Democratic, organ
ization. To Ihese ends inv ':c
tie co-operation of all men, the
aeiive support ( f t ! - Deitiocrat ie,
Press throiighoat the State, and
wi especially invite the part icip -tion
of our Democratic nominees;
we a No desire that the (Numfy
Chairmen and Township ?h.inn." n
of our party's regular organiat ion,
in every county, jend ws ihoir a;d
in making this Convention oi" o
j Centh-meu of Nati'Mi.o1 wata.
tioil will he invited and a V
j pocted to lend us ijuii pro;, nee.
jan! irenalol's nansotn ai.'O aarvis
and our menders "i C1o;ig!e.-.s, an
j nominees for Ct.: res. til '
j urged t meet with ; . ir-?o lb- .-
j we expect t,o lieai the !;ey-!tote w
! the fray, MS the campaign will i -
formally op.M,-d o:i thai dn.v.
i Wv urge the immediate r- - v
Uaniatio!! of all Clubs no-. on tin
rolls of the association. r i'. inne
I Lion of new Clubs in vrv to!- n
1 1 1 a ;
lo-. iirthin m 1 !e S:!e
'and the election ,-fdelegaies lo the
j Convention by every C!ul. W' e
! d.-sire that the membership roiD
of the Club embrac(! every Demo
'er;it. of their respective sections,
i ( ur constitution provides that
each Club shall ho entitled to Pm
i 10) delegates and a like number
'of alternates, and one additional
ideleato and one additional alter
nate for every twentydivc (25)
: members ol a Club in good stand-
! The certificates of Presidents or j
j Secretaries of Clubs will consti j
jtutethe. credentials of delegates j
in.l cn.-di certificates shouid set
forth the number ot
home on the Club roster
time of naming delegates. Dele
gales and other Club members at
tending the Convention will be en
titled to reduced rates of board at
the lintels, and to special lailioad
rates. Full particulars will be
Blank forms of Constitutions
I , ,,. ,n1w
j 4 ., .p rroveniiueil L 01 Vyiuo- iimi
full instructions for the organiza
tion of Clubs can be had on appli
cation to B. C. Beckwith, Secre
tary, Raleigh, N. C.
Subscribe for toe cotjeiee.
Ti. . 1 :..
Democratic eonven- j
t lled to ord-r at 1-'
. .,. .. H i C I) -I I- - - l . -
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Jiiairman of tii. Democratic ' Lx-i
eeutivo committee. Cant. I It
was made ehiiinmin and S W Mc
Ivee secretary, and -F S Starrette
ie--,i.-tant so-.-ret.-ir'v. '
On motion of .Dr. AV L Cmue
thi chairman appointed the fol
iowinn.commitlde on jcredentialsi :
Capl. .Mi. Mornson. .i :K Itein
hardt. Dr. W L Crouse, D A Coon
and W M Hull. Committee re
ported no caiiti'sts. ;
On motion the . candidates were
nominated by acclamation. Hon.
A Costlier was put in nomination
by S C riuh.-y for Statt Senator
U'onl y-niuth district.. .V V Pein
hardt for i .egi-da I tire by .1 C Mor
rison ami iti-ivi-d the unanimous
vole of the convention.. There be-'
ing .no contest, in the county of -iices,
t lu following gentlemen were
put in nomination and nominated
by acclamation: ;CaptC E Childs
for clerk by L B Wetmore ; B C
! Wood for register of deeds bv S G
j-inley ; J lv Cline for sheriff by
Dr W L Crouse ; .1 C Quickie lor
treasurer by Dr Crouse; J P Ibdni
for coroner ly B S Bernhardt ; A
iMxon lor survevor ly DrWL.i
The chairman then appointed j
oeicgaies to ;ru strua for al con-
to!hws: Catawba!.., 15 , t ,v-ul(, : ,.la ctKXr, -.Za 1
Snri nT- i.
i.ovn.hip, D Cherry and j
' . ' 1 to admit, ot timners, ground was
Cap! .1 (J Morrison; I ronton, .) Ki,,,,,,,,, , Hw ttvt. ' , . (
ieiiihar-.it :!id h ,doiris; Ian-1
diiioi, i A Ah. Toeihv mo.! M 1 !
i A Abenudhv and S D '
( b a !!''
a: m! V-
i ! :b-s
'diivan ; North
.'.lid C W P,eam.
-1- tie n called
i; Jioinin.'H ions
!!l be a. scor
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vNIJIiT.i Di vi i'vJO A ii fi KS .
i'!)0 .S-LI.-- (::!!:;.! r WrUo.-V US flOlll
t.iit.-ein, v..-i ,
ii.i.; et'ii. r la.'cfc
m f-rv ei'-iiP':'.1
it s:i'af.'il to Im
n-h oiir tv hild-
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: e-'VS l!'-' ljll v-
-.yili n.-.t !. wU
. , t.r .-Tpe-i' iM '.- pr.eie-
' : ZC .ii! --I-!', i I V:i.il f)id.'
- s--te .Mi.-.-Viy
'( wvii i:- :i t.ri il. a- it is
r..i r.-i.-d Utt losiae free Hi. .1
S.!i r-- J'ri-.lv si.e HOe,
,r.. ci on
r:.'U-i mu-aea; e;,mpo-:ers
!. libit liieir liu-r-
r-'i:, an. a re securing an
i: b;o peblieat i' 'fl for
!n;..-ii i"!; ;:s the
.ubli-h th " ir novels in se
'i'le Ladies' Home
I 1 it
i;;f iO!gf"i;v to otier ibis out let.
t i 'oni"si'H hi repute, finds all
the musical nr'n rni lying to it, Sir
Arthur Sullivan announcing that
the new song which he has just
(bushed will Imj pub! i?. hod in that
mag.iine. I'atti's veteran con-du.-tor,
Ardit i.-ha4-- given his now
waltz to the journal, while. Regin
ald de Rover; 's new sOog goes also
to the same periodica!. Strauss
lias pent his new waltz to the edi
tor. Sor.sa a 'ne"v mnrrh, and Mas-
cagni. o; "t;avaiieua nusucanna 1
baou-, is writing ;i piano score.
Bloofl anfl Skin .'Diseases
BIOTAXIO I?Li'OI fJAE.n never fails
to cure ull maniier of Hiooil una Bkin
e:m.s. It Is thepre at Southern buiMlnff up
n;ul iU!r;Ji(ini R in. uy, :u" turei ftllina;int-r
of s'i-m'aiid bl'V'd disi iis.-s. As a tC!Jin(?
uptoiii.- it is wiUioui-i livid, rind absolutely
L.-Venu ermpri-on vith-a'iy other eimilar
re'n-dy ever ofT.-re ( t.j. the jjublie. H is a
r:iu:ie a f .-r all r, -uftir.t from . in. pure
blxhfrjvn i!np..Vt:ris!te.t condition i the
human'cystttn. A-:i".rh' 1ft He will demen
nrrateit praicouBX viiti;cA .: .
'-c-pd far free fvck.ef AVend erf ul Cures.
Price, iuoo per larfa bottle;- $3.00 for sis
totiles. ' ' ' "'
For sa!e Tsy drufstf : if not send tons,
and mUcine will be sent-freight prepaid oa
receipt of pTice: ' Aldfess ' ?
BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta,. Qa.
'Tlit Ivunlioe Tunnel.
The Ivanhoe tunnel, the third
longest in America, is cut straight
through the backbone of the
' Roekv Mountain. ' fmin T!nst- n
-j. .fi .. .f ,
Ii.advilleOol.: to' Ivanhri anolli.
er little village on the western
ne i k ' m,
side or the mam ranee. The tun
nel was designed to save the Col
orado - Midland Railway a steep
climb to the sariimit of Ilagernian
Pass, and over seven miles wast-
i ed in the curves necessary to en
able the engines to pull up the
heavy grades.' The tunnel isDJOO
fe(.'t long, and is only surpassed in
this couiitry by the famous Hoosac
tunnel and the Bowlder tunnel, in
Montana, 'the latter of which is
only- 300" feet longer than the
Ivanhoe. Where the I van hoe en.
lers the mountain at Busk, the
altitude i.s 10,o00 feet. This is a
much greater altitude thomthat of
St. Goliiard wlii.:h at (.ioeschonen
enters the ground; at a height of
o,f40 fVt above the sea Jevl and
emerges at Airolo,; on the Italian
hide, at a height .of .'Tod feet
Tha road over the St. Cot hard
Pass is 22 miles.' and . the tunnel,
with its length of 9j miles, thus
saves ,12 miles. The Ivanhoe
save much more in proportion,
lessemug the distance between
Busk and Ivanhoe by oyer 7 miles
in its length of legs than two
I The nontrnpf. for tlif Iiviiilum
ri: r i ' n i- i- n"'
which was let to 11. 1 . Keele.c.alls
, , 4 ,41 lH . 1 ,
lor the tunnel to be 21 leet high 1
U) n(,mi( oftimbers -round was!
1 . 10 r . 1 n-
mcle's by PS feet ( inches. To ac
,. . : , ,
(Oinnlisli this task' 4-verv Iv.eolv
j four hours 200 pounds of giant: I
j powder and N00 feet of fuse were j
used por the hrst J.olM) leet. that.
W"re driven a good deal o( trou'ile
. , , . . i r. 4 i I
was encountered Irom water and
h)OSe-rock, in many places the.
rock not beMig in place. This, at
a tlepfh of 500 to 750 feet, caused j
. i i r . , i 4 i
a great, deal of speculation among j
mineralogists as to the cause ;
which led to this disturbance. It i
was generally conceded- that tie !
acid in the water had- cut many;
and diverse channels in the soil !
tnlc and granite, so separating
themfrom the rock in placb that
when niropening was made from
Ixdow, a chuto was formed, aBnw-
. . ii. ...i.i i f..u i ii
ing ine a uoie mass . o i . i . n i,o ine ;
tunnel, for U eercs at a nine Mr. i
Keefe was kept busy removing lhej
wreckage and packing up the cave j
and was retarded in the work by
the immense flow of water that
usually drained out of one of the
''soft spots.' The How of water
amounted to 100 gallons per min
ute. Wherever tin.' ground is soft
it has been substantially timbered
with red spruce, squaring 12x12.
The ground that is in place is not
closely timbered. In the work of
construction the tunnel was lit by
electricitv, with an arc light every
t i r . 1 11
mi ieer aim several neavy air com-
pressors supplied tresh ozone to
tne worKinen ai ine neauing. Miss Annie Tipton, one ol Shel
Eight air drills were kept steadily )yv. ,avorites i? visiting Mrs. Dr.
going at each approach, and the UIK v
amount driven per dav averaged S
From the center of the tun-
nel to the surface is a distance of
.The present grade to Ilagannan
is 3 per cent, but the grade in the
tunnel will be only. 1'4 1 to every
hundred feet. This stujwndous
undertaking was begun in August,
1S1)0. . When it-is being operated
by the .Midland, large doors will
be put up at the approaches to
keep out the snow, and ine tun
nel for several hundred feet from
each end will be heated by steam.
Watchmen will be placed at the
different ends to open and shut
the doors before and afUr trains
entering1-and' leaving. Engines
will be coaled up a few miles be
fore entering the tunnel, so that
the run through caa be made with
out coaling: Man'jgjRecord.
if Yovit jtACK Acnr.s,
Or totj are all worn out, really good ibr noth
ing, it is gencrat debility. '1 ry
BKOirX'S IHOH HlTTEkS.
It will cure ycu, cleanse your liver, an4 tfr
m. (rood a.novtttA
ArLstiiHa Uone Democratic.
A Little Bock, Ark., dispatch of
the 4th says: .Return from 3,1
countie s indicate increased Demo
cratic .majorities over two veaia
ago. although the total will likelv
b 20 per cent, less on account -of
the new election law. It is esti
mated that the Democratic State
ticket is elected by at least 25,0(X
majority. Returns show decrease
in vote for both the Republican
and I'opult tickets, while the
Populist ticket is third in the
race. The much smaller than an
ticipated. ITMAV DO AS MUCH KOIl YOU
Mr FriMl Miller, ol Irving' III. write
t'lat Lh lia'J h evere Ki.ln-y truble for
many yenrs, with severe tains in hit lack
and h!m t"xt Ills l.lmitl.T w ax e Dieted, lln
tried ntHiiv o esiilel Kidney uriK Uit
uitli, ml nnv ir)"d result.' A'M,ut :i y-nr
a be l-e.'an use (' Kw-trie Hit tote and
totind p liet Mt (inty. Elec tric I'-itter is -
fccially adapted t, aire of hI Kidney nd
Liver tu-ulJes !inj of en, giv tbiit in
stant relu-f. One trial will prove cur
statement. Price only 60c lor lrne !ttle.
Or J. .M. Iawing Drug Store.
Irving V Laim.r physical
dir. c?or o! Y. M . ('. A., Des Moin,
low, -t-A bv cnu coiiscientiouN'y
iM'ommeud Ctiiiiit)erlam,rt P.oi:
Biljn to KthNMcs, g n.natf, ticy
clialt, loot, i.nW pUvB and tike
prnfeKMiou in eid'i -d lor hi nine.
Sprains and diHlocalioiir-; h1o lot
BoieiieRsand stilloefts ol n.o muscles.
When applied l-lore the paitN
Im come hwollen it will effect a core
lu one half iho iim uu dlv requir
o. Fn; ha'e by Dr. W h. Cn use
Dt Ufij .( .
. . jj , cJiouM ho
SfflS to throw
wuHHi. s jn oiainiy, or no
i;-tni B . .
lift: had no ciiArtun.
r.,r three vorus T ht.s IronMrd with ranlv
..ei-n, v i.icli rm-sed my :ip;Ktit.' t fail,
r,-,, 1 rrr.t! reluc( (J in l'.esh, and life
. . - , ' . ' . fr:,i . , ,
t' t :i;l i.--, i l.: on-;. I tried mercurial and
-....cti rei-.ie.rn s, hut to no effect. T c-.nl.-l
t?il;f 1 tIj.c?.?":it,C(l,lf' trf
-. !! :no la.ide a complete and per;nan. nl
(.-'.: z.:;d I now enjoy hotter healtti than ever
( a.r liook on "Olood anil Rlrin Disra.-e.s
rv.viFT Spi:cifio Co.. Atlanta, G;i.
j Km Cormr.u: (.'apt. .1. B. Shel-
j , i(,tl Au. j-;,,, aU.r ;i long,
i iinM jii,,.. was a Inan
jof v,tU, r(iv;,-j ions and what his
h;l iMj f((,1Ml t,)(() j, wiU j
hjs n;ilt A 11(.r!,,,or ;U1(
a:(()l ci(i(.jl (M1 fjV)Jn :lni(M1J,
A thrifty farmer, ( ieorge Miller,
colored, icar Ueatie's Ford, had
licked out over fourteen hundred
pounds of etton on the first day
of this month. The earPy bird
irets the worm, and Ceorge always
gets it. lie is a Democrat, "died
in the wool''' black wool though it
bo. And the Lord prospers him.
Mrs. Fl. Barkley has been right
sick with fever, but is convalesc
ing. jarm.s j)aViR js critically ill with
Mrg M(.Caul is visiting mi
j ei, niilV ,i t.,i h,.rf.-,Ht. i
Prof. Whitetier's schorl i
spreading itself. The present ses
sion gives evidence of a very pros
perous term. The Professor is a
good man, a good teacher, full of
r-nesoy and deverse success.
Denver, X. C , Sept 4th, 2S04.
Jehu ( M ineer tvlitor of the
Snulam. Sehginan, M., v,bo nam-
ed Crovei Cfevpfand tor th PreA-
idney in Nr.v., J.SS2. while he whn
M-syr.r of Bsitta o, 1V.
f, iu ni Its'
H .P III ll,?. I'l .I.UIII',l".B UD
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C. Cholei t ai u D'anl ce Iteai
edy. lie Ky; "I live m-il 1; :o
the pH8 fv i-arH ami i-ohnhJhi ii
the i:ett p-pi Ation ol :hei kino m
luatke. D. 'a aa it?pi- : mi
and toffee in thin h ction. It an
ariiete i f merit and liopld In- ue'J
in eviy boasebo'd. For Mle t.y
Dr. . L. urouse jLruggiM,
Charlotte is to have a chryMui-
Ithemum show in November.
The Rutherford couuty fair ii
bookeil for October 9th, 10th nd
Mecklenburg county teacher
propose organizing a ' County
Dr. Thos. E. Skiauer, of Raleigh,
is preparing for publication a book
of revival sermoua.
The Great Falls cottou uiilU at
luK'kinghani is being rapidly com
pleted and will start up in a few
Next wek the Universal Camp
Meeting,- colored, will begin at
Dilworth, Mecklenburg couuty
Five thousand people are expect
ed to attend.'
Kvangelint SchoolfiHld, of Dan
ville, is to conduct a meeting at
Concord next week. Creat prepa
rations are being made for the
meeting. One hundred voices are
being trained for the choir.
The total nssesHed valuation of
real and personal property in
Micklenburg county this year
shows a falling" oft" of $105,717
since last year. The city of Char
lotte shows an increase.
A l4ir'x NirHMK Case.
An unusual summons was roe'd
over the telephone not long ago by
Dr. David Birnoy of the University
of Pennsylvania Irom a wealthy
man in New York, who wished him
to go to Long Island. Dr. Birnoy
endeavored to Hud out something
about the nature of the case he
was expected to treat, but the man
after securing his promise to go,
refused to talk fur her over the
'phone. The Doctor packed a case
of instruments at random and met
the man in New York. After tak
ing dinner at the Waldorf they
took the train for Long Island, but
not a word was said about tne op
eration. When they arrived ti e
man thanked the Doctor and pni.t
him $50, then, in response to the
Iookfof wonder from the astonished
surgeon, he said : "I saw my sis
ter bleed to death in a railroad ac
cident for want of a physician, and
since that day I never travelled
without one." Ex.
When a man insures his
life under the old form of
insurance, he is simply
assured that a certain
sum will be paid to his
wife, children, or heirs at
his death. Good enough
in its way, but there is a
much better way. The
Tontine Instalment Pol
icy of the
not only insures but pro
tects the benificiary from
loss of the insurance as
well. For further par
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