Km day, February 8, !Sr-i
J as. I'. Cook, Editors and
15. E. IIakkis, J
THl!iII VVEIIAr.n--ll' TAKES
nA!Ti-n.XE AM NTirt' ITPLH
1.11 ri THE HAT IX KM OK
SOU A WAYS.
Jast now overvlKdy is or sduv.ild
be taking his bearings. The mer
chant is thinking of the departures
and changes necessary to secure the ,
much do.-ired gtuvesaful results in
the coming year's transaet'.i.ns he's j
bmnd to do it ; the mechanic, cog- (
inzam of his condition, being one
wndei the direct inlluence of public
spirit, enterprise and prosperity, is
debating and digesting wh it belongs j
to him as a busy one in the inarch f j
progress; the liiannfaetiirer. as in i
the past, expects to n.ow along in !
his usually successful work, f ree
from the rocks of adversity upon j
which other callings are so of ten
wrecked: the miner, with his cvt-;
f the beaut ifnl. '
the love of which moves all liunian i
action, drills on through stratum!
after stratum regardless of tcasons ;,
and now comes the "bone and sirew
ef the land," all tattered and torn
bv the storms of ill-luck and un-i
troiitiou3 seasons thk fakmku.
Jle, too, is anxious to get a-bo;,rd the;
rfhi ? for the toyageof another year. ;
In fact everybody, i u the hast con-(Sta
cerned about" his condition and sue-
and thinking with all his might. j
n .,-,.ii 1, u f.ut ui.ill t
1111-7 13 will. 11
nlar calling must be trained. Everv
fellow i looking out for "number
one" and if his neighbor, his friend. I
or even his f ie, get's there with him. i
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Jics humane and charitable enough
to feel satisfied, but if adversity, the
jivn-clad, invincible, unsympathiz- ;
jiirr enemy to us all at times, over-1
akes his friend, he feels sorry and '
that s the end of it. N it goes in
all the makes and breaks of life.
I'm going, come if yon can, is seen
in every quarter.
ami the people in it are fast and get- decided manner, about the government j (lnv nisrlt uf l:ist Week. Ouh j Inurder of the white woman at Ued !,,.! on iif. Ur 1((ttlt, " '( "titles aitdpai) 'fjie Cat fl
ting faster, hei.ee the imperative ..f ourpeuitem ary. if8au o,enec.et of lht,ni, thou-h, refused to Hanks. MTeral W0l.ks aga The names 00 . t iVte-'s 1)r,,. Stor, "' " t tcJf '
4utv of thinking-thinking fast and , Pft " costs U e tax juyer J j Tj : n , a bt ,wnt. , ..lt)tumi nil ..re Ktevc ' " ,. ' , . ,.f e , V. . ' 111 tIlC J,ott(' -(Wk them at
ii-'i- i iii , ,..-' -fiirel. lonmuvh. U-1V. F0les meS i,,.,,,,,,,,...,;,.,,, .:,!, ei,u.l,.lk I 1 taptuieu mil) arc . tte Clarke s 1- lax Soap makes theskm ....,,. 7l,.77 lln,1 v7f
tthinknrjr much and planning wavs - ...... , ., 1 1 leen rlitt'd all steel cells, j t.,,,,,1. 0,,,i o. nrillii,, 'n,v . . ...... (t small pojir, and sell
, .. , sagiooiristui-jra w ue igi-iaiu-e: ...uwa .4.... ....v ...w.mv. smootli, sottaiiU wti;te. Trice i . tvjr
through which success m his panic- h true rin ab,ut it. ! 'im... u'..cum, v,.tl. i'.,,...lt., i are in iail at Florence awaiting a '..,tJ lot 1.111.
Hie worm m us varieu intereMs, f vu wi ?) tjin1?h tlic c-oun-und
numerous quarters and thous. try yu W1j ,u..u. ,llMjms 0f farm.
finds of tields of labor is fiUed with ! ..f.irlllins Joes not pav."
an eager, restless people. Some j Tkev y W se.l!SOUS are Ilot Iu,ir"a,
wear smiles, that lire not all smiles, j thev W(.iv ten vears a-o.
for behind, beneath, above and ; This n,av , e b,,t I t"li:i.k rIn
around )s something gnawing, j enoilh fa . ol, everv foot of land
pincning, pressing and burning j f() pnMlncc ;l bountiful yield, if the
them-the smiles are for effect, it'sj waters kq)t tho j:iml aimi ot ul
the better part of man asserting its ; ,(MVoa u, r u off as h
power, and even right, to look upon j T kmnv & ,())V who .j fi..y tff(v
iuc uiiiu eiue ul ine pieiiui, uui
i ..:,.i.t :.i.. ..e i :.. i
ili., i-i,m1.1.' thnr. -ill tin. ciiii .m,li
the tioublestheie all the same, and ;,. IllUijm, M,,. 0f Hllt eott.in, last
the disturber may be -:.ining ground, j ,..,.... nn i:1,.,i ti,.lt fi,M.,,rilt
It's no little thinjj t Ii'.-. aiul its
mightv big thing to inajve a fim
success of it.
Thy merchant remembers the storv
of the merchant's success tiiirtv or
r ... ...i... i... . .. I..... i
iiuij euo ii," n in 11 life ii il im
no complicated biisjnejs transac
tions to disturb his equilibrium, no
lying, cheating men to shake his
conlidence iu humanity and the ev.'ls
of the credit sy.tem yet unborn a
system iu its unfortunate aspects
ting trv everv essence of man's re
ligion. II? faces all these now. h'1 ,"1' ' ,,mc "L l,lt ,lu "K, 1,1 i it will furnish electric "power j misuse of the proverb, which!
The mechanic fo tv .ears ao was! ,"1:"'t f the eou,,t-v "aVo ,,'anic"1 : fr runnimr street ears, print-i is like most of such savings, I
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jiuarlv every n a i voa sa v ne lv
everv ona did his'own sawing, his V; l"rc,,as"' fll'm the nuivh.int of niachinery reipiiring a pnv
own hewing and his own building'''11 l!,l-v !,ml' ,!it hiSh l,ri,"M nnd i Jr of f "" uw man to ei-ht'
for on neurit everv farm th, sUv. and ' uy for ,"?m w,u:" ,htf" SaUlor ,luir I Uore-
the broad-axe wi'iv renri'sented. i
The ni,iiui fact u rr of ante belluni
days was an unassuming individual,
with small and unpolished machine-j
ry the girls of every household, a j
loom, a spinning-w heel, a windings j
blade and cotton cords answered the
requirements of this, department.
The children have ong sii.c beat to
pieces in the sand the cotton cards
of manv homes; the blades r ami
on single poles ma v be seen plavi.i"
iheoart of ftwi i ...ii,.,, t.,,. '. i Z
.innin-wheel is wrapped in spider-'
webs andbdd awav in . he , . I
. r ""'it,. .....I ie 11
Hud the loom, t'lat once piobieed I
the warm jeans, the shirtingand the I
fciieeu g, naj given way '.0 modern 1
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i.le-s Tnll,,;. ,.!.. . ti f . j
ideak. In thei. place s e th.' facto-
jies, wiin uiiiQ or no loree to oiler :
The miner of Hiirt v voars ao h is I
left the spring-biahclns and 1 his poekt would pot always be
creeks with his pan and with pick, ! '"'"Hy. The old aWje is, "a con
drill .and powder is siukin-r ; t h,' i s,a!1t l,riri)inK wi" war away the
hill liiinv shafts. hardest itope. it is with the
The farmer, the homy-handed fiirmrr, and so it will continue to be
son of toil, has tried to foavf tho'as ,0"g as he neglects to care for the
past ami is trying to make the. host j
eftheprese.it. He !inds opposition I
on all sulis, even in mutlier earth. !
The thirsty field-, the growing 1
lies, the labor question, the smoke j
house-and-'Jie-corn-c i ib-in-tlie v est-1
question, the niort syden, ttlld a
it. .n.01,,i ,1 . . ..
tliousand other vexes brinnr ,im
vexes oring iiini
down to the sL.Oy of , ld hard facts
big, growing, startling, stubborn
So it is in every pursuit of life,
fight. May we all, in the faces of
tle difficul'i encountered, put on
emil, think, plan and work, and bv
dint of these with the assistance of
xo live is a oattte. one that all must
V3k-bo- and slitf-upr,cr-lit m- k
uu .imiijpi.1 up inK.
uur years, work a succea .
X1IK POLITICAL ME( A.
The political Mecca of there
United SUtes is none other than In
dianapolis, Indiana. Every road.
(dirt and rail.) a enn, foot-path,
pig-jwth, &c, are filled with a hun
gry host of pilgrims, Th-) have a
mission : they have a e.vr-sK to rvpre-
it; tLtv liur a e.t;ito!Ticiit of ser-
vie rendered up to Nov. ", loSS; i
sad they haw the courage and apec-j
tile to puont in no unci i lain words!
i what they want at the hands of Pre-!
.i, ...t nnrr:lM,.
i f .p;i,ws and
j,.,,,, ,., auint-t much
.,IUV .,luj i,sliU.jUV, shown him-
,f . .: illt: littlo.
! Some people get mighty hungry
! in four vears !
The cawLet ag-tuy v ill soi n be over.
G iocy,v v e aie gl :d !
The Daiku-s are going W'est in great
ruimbns lhirliutn CJol lrboro. Char
Kittu au 1 ctmr .nc- have had tn-ii
color d nonu uliou decnastd iu il-i-1
. . . d inni,nJ
. . , ; f ,UUVi. them is a cake oi I
jchtese that weighs tSToo jouiid8
. 0-- -7
Btt it'B t Id enough and live enough t
. . , . .
Only rdmteeu law r mai?e bv the
TeCt,Ql txaiuioatioa of tne sul,It.mt
court. How manv f.rnieis will.ur
e Colleges turn om at the c .mia '
Icoinim-ncements ? j
IT is a s urce of praure to the good '
citizens of North Carolina ih it our Uov j
en.or has alrea y iK)ken tut. in a er ;
Tue Du ham flaat sa s : 'Parnt8 of
wme bojs w o a'b w them to run about
town ,at uiht ndJ.t fu.d .re more
protitbble cmn'ovineut for them at
home Sen e in'lh A litt'e more
ap,0a-str.ns about the l.tile b .ys that
run on the 6treet at niht wouM b
go.nl for tlem Foir.es a mighty g oJ
l''ace for b l 8 at nifih an h" v
I tint myn, nuti
that loe 'ot. :
For the Standard.
horse loads of shucked
corn and '
i ,,,,. , ,ul,,ato. All.m- 1.. !
iask if farniingdid rot pay him. 111
ii.ln.ir f:,m,ino- ,, fl,
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i joritv of farmers, and when I give
my reason j tnii.K you will agree ;
withnie. A great many fanners
raise nothing but cotton, and buy ;
tlieir pi )vs, corn, meat, and in short :
everything they need. As a general 1
rule when a fanner bnvs evervt Imi" '
he has inferior .took, and with infj". !
t- i- t .. 4i
i lor stock a farmer cannct produce a :
, j. , , . ,
; 1 " n ,
cotton, ine tmus out of ten the
cotton does not pay the debt, and!
the poor fanner has to mort-'aire1
hitnr L- r.i- i l-,i,,l l ; . : i i '
' 7 IR !
ran laise anoi iier crop. ;
I his is the kind of fni niin-r ih.-.t i
does not pay. lint let us look at the
farmer tlio docs make fanning pav.
! lie raises wheat, corn, meat and cot
ton, and consequently he is not at no
! ' " 'oe, ami can save an tlie
j "lo,,"-v h ,'m'lvcs fro"' cotton
! ,'rol)- ,1,u thing more makes te
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110,101 eviT-v yr-imy .ug ,
U, "t'h rtili.er, and neglecting
manure, ji mc
WXr S , i
11 , .1 . .1.
1 11 u 11 0 leaves tniti iieoaveii woou anil 1
Pt it il his stables, he would not
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neeii io ii iv ieri inzer. ami in a lew
- ai.s ,is mini toiuu piuuun-a uiucu
lill'lT VVi)V il dws ut prveiit,
th,"Ss w,1h 1,e : oa
his fun", !
Six m " v,"',e feute eed to death at i
" ue anu two nail breed
h.,.i: n .
j hanged oil Aprit lUih
i n .y are tj bu
hik-'h stroke or I'lirlyM,,
Thectntsville iLapdmaik fae: It
js lememb icil tint w i'e H -t
j Vane- as living here j..st aft-AhV
j war he had a slight HmUe of pardUi--, '
' which dr.w his mouth and jiff.-tWoi J 1
fye- Tt " IsiMe that tha i..jurv j
B Je frulIere'1 a the time wip
.hat u i. , i..r:.., ,
Two black bears were seen
in two miles of Wilmington
(Jen. Johnaton Jones will be.
the. Kiiitor-in-ehief of the
The Stain convention of
the Kniirlits of Labor met at
(JoUlfdioro hist w ek.
yi m:isnwnt onrail
ij(jenf-,m street M. K. Church, '
H;i,-i.li , Js. C. cost $:,0K
' The IIoi:.e seated a radical
i Thursday and secured in their
nlncix tw il. niocr.-its Fridav.
j ' f i.,st vVee1r " '
The ContVd-'nite veterans'
of N. C. have eifected a Herni
al ent organization with Julian
S. Carr as rresident.
Northern srue-sts at the Bat
tery Park Hotel, Aslieville,
at one time. represented
200, i00, 00 ) o f ca i i t a 1 .
The annal banquet of Trini
ty College Alumni was
hold at til
lit 1 ill I'WIWlllill HWIli?.
on l inn
The Asheville furniture;
factory has received an order, i
from a wholesale furniture.
House in ew ioik, tor -to,
ooo worth of furniture.
Onslow county comes to the
front with an odd lawsuit.
A man has been indicted
for kissing another man's wife,
The suit is brought by the
woman s iiusoanu.
iM2;lit prisoners broke out
, . . . .
,,f T.Mioir count V lail ednes-1
rnilrond Duektown branch
! has just been opened through
to Marble trap, anil in thirty
days the ears will he running
to Valleytown, in Cherokee1
The Piogressive Farmer,
tlie olficial organ of the Alli
ance in this State, is be en-
larged, and many new fe; t-
tires added: sucli as serial
stories. etc. bubscrjjttion
One of the penitentiary
convicts who is an expert ma
ker of rings, pins, etc. lat
week bough' worth of
rolled silver, for use in orna-
menting or manufacturing
Mic.i lancv uincies. I
Sim Howian. and old neirro.
, i U M V .l W II i.1 oun V'lW"llUH W I
l 1 -1 . l, ,,.,: , : t, ... ' i iAoriliandy Wllicll formed the
while hunting in the w oods, , ; wiT-im th v,-
! Ileal- MatlM'WS oil Thursday, ( ' U 'Ul l U V ' , H" , i
It .,i .i: i .. . '...IlKin. Who subdued r.Uir and i
. V. fL ' ' , ' !
(iMiui in'uio iiio inn i in 1 1 i . ' :
i,rnod The amis un.l lo'sitht'si st,,,lt "' s- 'j
, i,.,,, i. ,7.. horses are rarely unsound in
u, Ul 11 IlVilll Oil fill' 11 in
'' VVlllWlMIS, UIO 1 HIS- ;
.1 . !
semrer aiient. nassed throiodi '
the city today with
a train ;
of jm n :(U) 1TOS
U(t ut the (,uwn .,iMlllt
(i(ddsboro, and was escorting
them to the Vest. News,
, The caj.acif y of the Char-
lotte electric liirht lant is to i
i 1 11 i i i V
be dou'tled, and the 2evs says
in- presses, mills anl all Kinds
Tip IIIkiu T. lx-fi iwli'r ;i
' ,. . ' fj
suceesful voung dentist of
r. . ,
(Minrlottf. li:is invented sin !
. i I
autoitiatic gas exnnguisner
iini ias not only been granted lo
n i intent on the same, but has
placed orders vun a sew;th3 cou-t;es tf J. hn-on, Harnett. I
York hortse for the manilfact-j
lire of a lot of the extinguish-
V. P. ISrandon.a silversmith
who was serving a twelve
months' sentence in (iaston
4.. !...'! 1 . n .
ro.ii.iy jau lor .rurally l.eat
jng his sister-in-law, as we
11 ri"" the Charlotte
ii; rt 1 uc p v.i4i iut uuL- .1
lowed U LCZ-L
out in. 1. .,... .,...11.. i
isawed off the hasi) of the door i
nnd let Himself out,
Ihe bill passed the House
Monday providing for the'
lighting lf both halls of the!
legislature during night vses
sions by electricity. It had
already passed the Senate. It
was found t list the electric
f I I I I I t V1 Tk Illox.
tj,an tht. (v;KS ,U1(1 js "
ituire piivveil ul and brilliant,
The night sessions begin next
week, and the eleetic lights
will e put in at onee. Xews
fJnvo,,, V ,u
"" hci.i oioi-
l.,. ..;i::.. :.. 4. .. i.- t
' 1 miiiiio nun ;i oi igade
l and made the following m-1
j pointlu;Uts Io take e!'eer from i
j.faiiliarv ihl, 18S0: V 11 j
to b" lir'o-ad i r
!. : , '
x" "' ' i iuiimi, in ne
(!,lo,lt'1 of ,he T,lir' Hogimenl ; I
' 1? Hington, to be
Lieutenant Colonel of the I
Third nimeilt; A- L. Lanier,
to oe iviajor of tlie J lilicl Hot;-
;,.,. roi n l. '7
THE CROATAN WAR.
TWO nrBDEXKUH CAPTI'REB akd
Trouble Amohlc I ho Xluir Brecda of
Unbrsea county Flv Affttinkt Five
All In Ambush.
Charlotte drummers who came in
hut Saturday, bring tome pretty
straight news about the Croat an
troubles in Robeson connty. The
half breed, 'it eem., are at war
j among themselvas, n:id that means a
j tend that will.be dissolved only by a
j liberal burial, sooner or later, of Cro-
I; is Creek meet (J reek, with
'lie Croat ans. They occupy the Scuf
fletoivn section of Robeson count ,
and Scuflleton n i merely a w ild
waste of swamp lands. They are
j descendants of the Jjowries, and are
I inexorable avengers. The news is
i that they are now pitted against
j each otlur. I i e of one fae i xi have
j sworn vengeance against five of tlie
J other faction, and a collision may be
; expected at any lime. They are
hoavilv armed, and according to
, . , . . , f
itheir historic moue of warfare, are
!vincr about in ambush watchimr and
waiting for their chances. They
are a stranse neonle. and those w ho
u.p fallliii;ir with their hubits, say
that grave results are to be appre
hended. The drummers say that
the people down there do not look for
anything short of a thinning out of
Auother item or ousine i.iougisi ;
. , . -. i i i i 1 1
here in regard of the Croatan trou -
bles is the arrest, last Friday, at j
i' t r i f.l
r lorence, C. v., oi iwocn me oui-
laws who are charged with the brutal
requisition. Two others who are be-1
lievcd to have bt en inplicatcd in the
nitirdi i', have not yet been captured.
but oilieeis are on their track
Expeiience. I think, will
irove tliat, Willie a good ; t lie woit toiin of Dyspepsia, Uon
lorse may be of any color," j jiwtu.n and Indigestion, and make
, .i life a hanpiuess ami pleasure, hohl
gray horses are strongest, Jlt o-, r,o ,.rts ,.t . Fet-i nm,-
healthiest, hardest and most
valuable. The ertick regiment
; of eot rays made a ehar.re
j;it the battle of Waterloo!
wnicil Oecmeo tlie late o uje;
(ii-eat Napoleon, as the un-j
fortunate Emperor afterward!
declared. The French stage;
horses are nearly all g;ra '
i nis is rue prevailing color o:
horSi.s of L:l ilMri1(. ,u t),.lt
country, known as Perelierons; j
also of the :igantie horses of
U00 years a-o 1V the aid (,f
feet or joints. The onmibtbi I
i tor stage ) horses of Paris are
i..,.i..tli. ,.f tl.iu ..i.l I
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lure the constant travel over
rhu t.m.. i.iv-M.l stio..tif tb-it !
the stone-ia ed stie. tsol niai
,,itv for :1 average period of
; fen years. There is an old
; alage that 'V'he gray mare is
for till average period of
the better louse," and al
though this has been distorted
in its meaning into an insinua
tion that the women overpower
the man and makes of him her
slav. this is only a modern
the result ol common expert
ence. ew l orK irihune,
From Korfhond 'u '.'linrlultc
The pnpos.it'on to I e snbiiitte 1 to
t. , , .
the St t Leji'slanire tor the exteaM n
or lne Atlantic ami iri h t arolina ronil
' to Ct arlotte, is as fol-
To amend the chart r f the j
i .1 1. i
Moore, Montgomery, Mftnlr, and Ca
harrus. to Charlotte, in Meckleuburg
com'. In onler to raie tlie means for
cointrueting the extension the capit.tl
stock of the c ini.uiy t h increased
not moie than G(0 (CO, the amount t
he limited in order that the f-'Ut may
btill own a niH jority of the stock. Third
To further enable the company for t'le
extenidon ftnd.to pay cff the piesent in
debedneFS. it U tu horized to moitgiige
the emite line from Voiehead City to
' hurlotte and is-ue b nds. heo i g not
more than per cert. er atmu.n, to
an amount not to ssoin Mr
mile, and thete n t to hi isneed until
$500 0 0 of thi increa-ed capital his
eeu take by b u.a fida i-ub oribers
In tlie Senate yeterdny. dur:ng the
conaiderHtion of a bill to lis the legal
rate of intereR at 6 per cent th lobbies
were ciowdea by Raleigh's Wall street
nn-ney kings an l cih lenders, whi'e
the ;al eries were ih ri nged by fair
faces of the gentler tei, whse tears sj
freely flow in syn palhy for tin poor
hard working 8 per cert borrower The
merits of the bill w ere most ably pre
sented by Senator Wi)U.ims, ,.f i j.
and tl e earnestness of argument, in
its support con vi. if iv! the norhtnilof
the General As--emblv that there was
much interest in itiur-t ami ilmr th..
measure was just antl ri.lu. for upon a
eall of the roll a bill pase 1 its s-ooid
reiil5l,1 ''' U- iwei 4 Tuesday 'a
News Oh-erver. j
o Ro.n f
Th,? V ia
for k Poor Hiimtr. i
ttev Pf Ti.ff.-0
uev. I-r. lajnr gs
Tabernacle w jre H auday
mer. The first choice new wa knock
Hnrd Sens. .
The Wilmington Meurenger paye :
Th9 slave and his old master are ttead
ily and eitently departing. The child
ren of each are begmtiinK to be r early
all that arc left. They should see to it
that the old epiiis of forbearance and
mutual regird i3 transnrtted to those
who never knew the band of affection
and cord of attnchme.it that united
muster ar.d slave in the 'days now 1 rig
i .a . m
Eitrnordlnnrj' Bone Kcrntcfemr.
Herbert Sperry, Tremont, III.,
had ert si pel as in both legs. Con
fined to the house s4 weeks. lie
says: -When I was able to get on
my legs, 1 had an itching sensation
that nearly rati me crazy. I scratch
ed them raw to ihe hones. Tried
everything without relief. I was
tormented in this way for two years.
I then found Clarke's Kxlract of
Klax (papillon) Skin Cure at the
Drue Store, used it, and it has cured;
i -...i ...,.ii " i
me -'!tn.i aim hvii.
Clarke's Flax Soap has no cfjual
for bath and toilet. Skin cure $1.
Soap 23 cents. For sale at Fetzer's
CLARKE'S EXTRACT OK FLAX
It is a sure enro for whonph.g ,. fjrjSJ;)--congli.
It stoiM tho hmp, ami j rn y(; j,-, hei le .,
iierniits the child to catch it
breath. It is entirely harmless.
j for anvconh Gf chil(l1))0d
)(1J age It lieilis t!ie bronchi and
jllIlirs antl stops the cough. For
bronchial Cough this
i Cannot Kn hard in hand if we look
on toe tlurk side of everv little ob
stacle. Nutliins; will so darken life :
and make it a burden as Dyspepsia, j
Acker's Dvsiu-nsia Tjibiets will cure
for J. S. Fisher,
: . ii. i i. i: i
v w-'.;-,Fis!l.r-.p,,ar,,Ii;in. .an,i arVnt j been very successful, and we
of J. s. 1-lsher. having riled his petition , -. . . ,
l.efreine.Hsa.Justiceof the Feace. to J tJlUIlK Hill' friends and (Misto
have a Homestead laid otf and set apart j liters for kind Words of eil
for .1 .S. Fisher and family in the house j (.() t a ilwral or.
and lot in ( oncurd, N. ( .. known as the; , ' .
home and reMdenee of J. S, Fisher, and I del s. Our stock IS larger tliail
1 having apjiointed . M. Lore. A- M.
all;l .pprals-or to lay olT and set apart a
!Ioiiiesteal for .1. S. fisher nl fnmily m
sai,i ho!,;it' ,,n-
A" the rmlilurs of J. S. IWr are
lierchv notitied that said peliiion will he
heanUt my oihee in ( Won! on Satnr-
( av t io ii iav or .Ml IV. 1SNI.
' .V. F. WlLLtFORD. j. P.
Com-ord, N. January 4, lxso.
is LITE WORTH LIVING?
x- .i : i 4i ..i. ii. ii
.?ui n uiu innrnwi -re orm S
jiyspeptic. Aeicei s iJvspeiisn lab
,eTs art losiove cure lor tlio worst!
f Dvsnf.nsi;, in(uL,Pini, (
Fhitulencv and Conciliation. G.mi-i
anleed and sold at Fetzer's Drug
VC, seres of land with Studies. Gin
house mid Tenant Houses J mile
from Concord, for $1000. Fe.e pas
tures, Running water. Apl-lv to
AY. J. HILL.
or P. P,. FETZKR.
,v . . i-44
Imvirg qualihed as u lministrator
' of tho estate of Henry Plott. dee'd.. j
lull persons owing said estate must!
i make prompt pavmei.t, and all per j
isons ..-ning claims ngainst said
estato musi pvtsenl tlie same for
payment or before the l5th day
of December, 18S9, or this notice i
will lie pleaded in bar of their re-!
ciitMT. This. th 14th iLiv ff Do I
f.pml,;.v 18SS. V Al UAI'l?TFIt
13- W. G. JIeans. Att y.
I Btill keep on hand a Rtock of
Champion Mower Repairs My
old customers will find meat the old
stand, Allison's corner.
iil tf C. It. WHITE.
Noutii Carolina, )
Caharrua County, f
A. M. Wilhelm, administrator of Leroy
Jno. II. Stowe, 51. L. Ha-ler, 5f. E.
Ilobison and her husband. Wiley liobi
It appearing to the satisfaction of the
Court from tl.e return of AViiliam I'ropst,
Mienit ot Cabarrus county, IS. C.. and!
the affidavit of A. 51. Wilhelm tiled in the !
above-entitled action, that Wiley Hobison
is a non-resident of this State, and after
uue iiiui.reiii:e eanuoi ue lotiuii wuuin me j
State of North Carolina, and is a neces-;
sary and proper parly ;o the above en-f
titled action, and whereas the. plaintiff i
above named has beirun an action in said i
court to subject to sale the real estate of j
said Leroy Stowe described in the com-
plaint of the plainlill for assets to pay I
the debts and charsres of a!ininintration
on the estat" of said Leroy Stowe. j
And whervas the said defendant Wiley i
Hohisor. has an interest actual or con-1
tin jent as heir at law of said Leroy I
Sinwe in said lands. I
Now, therefore, the f rid Wilav Hobison i
neieliy uotieud thai unless he be and
appear at the otlice of the clerk of the
I .-.mi imuuv aaq riaie j
H.oresaiq ori lor tieiorc the isth dav of;
i enruary, iwi, and plead, Hnswer or'
demur to the complaint of -'the phinti.f;
n this action. lli:o r,! .;,!!? :n
t.ly to the court for tho relic f deinamh'd
acllcJ1 - ' I
'e have added a full
mi d Hi
ivas bought at the lowest
cash jricex, and we uar-
ante:' to sell joa as cheap,
and many things cheaper,..
than joa can bin elsewhere-
Oar rale is tohaij in large
WE CCARAVrKH PIMKCS (y
SALT, SIIIliTING AND
FLAII)L,.TU IiK AS
LOW AT THK
Our wholesale business has
! ever and our
Save time and trouble or
dering your goods when you I
ean do as wej) in Concord. j
1 Car Load Kerosene Oil,
I" " White Rose Flour,
rt() Rurrels tfsiuarl
2.") Sacks of Cofee,
2 Cases of Potash.
100 " Canned Goods,
S0 lio.ves of Tobacco,
") Thousand Cigaretts,
JoO k'egs of Powder.
l loO Hags of Shot,
t-'f-v'0 fv .uuic-ftes,
tti iit i c 7 o
100,000 Paper Sucks, $'(?
Ar,, 1. t 41
e Agency for the
land keep all grades of Oil in
ALSO THE AliF.NOY Foil
When in Concord, will
pleased to have you call.
M i 1 1 n A i,n llnitA
lid HP 11 Ulllll'
Leadinop Wholesale !
IS NOW AGENT FOlt
AKION PIANOS. BENT PIANOS.
NASOX AND IIAMLIX PIANOS.
WATERLOO OKGAXS. VACKAR1) OQGA.YS.
MA SOX AXl) IIAMLIX OROAXS.
AT LOW PRICES ON EASY TERMS.
Write mc for prices before buying. The LARGEST STOCK OF
FUUNITUKE IN THE STATE
E. M. Andrews,
Charlotte, N. C.
Have moved into that spacious Phifer Store Itoom and now have it ram
med, crammed and jainmed with n big stock tf
DRY GOODS can bo bought at prices that w-ould bring a grin to the
face of the stingiest man. Especially M us say that out larj;e stock of
Boots and Shoes
i md Hats and Caps will be sold at prices below heretofore. Tinware,
j glass wore, woodenware and willow ware, trunks, valises and gripsacks at
; Cost. If you want a tip top pair of pants, a good shirt, cuffs and collar
' to suit, "right thai" and by the way we have a few suits of ready made
I..1-4I.: ... 1... I..- l. 1.. ,,.,,-. C,...(.nlr,oo ..1....1.
('ll)lIJUJg WIUl'Il i-Kii IK! UUUIll JWJ It lilt-1 r; puil;. uuuio 1J1.11, i.is imll
window curtain goods you may buy for 25e. Oil cloths, sheetings ainl
plaids a'wuys on hand. As for our line of
we deal in suorar, coffee, molasses, flour, baeon, meal, ship stuff, eorn,
oats, peas, jj.lT kind i of canned goods, fruits, outs and candies, ete. It
von want something nice just try our pin money pickles. Our X. ().
molasses at G5c. Oh yes, we hve cotton cards and bunch yarn too, and
All this big stock must be sold so
purchase. Don't fail to com and
As for tobacco, cigars and snuff we
everybody. Farmers, if you have
eive us a chance at it. Thankful
EiletfSiyr ' ,.,
Don't forget the place, Phifers old
goebb i mm wm
Jewelers & Opticiiis,
Have Watch morcjnents made specially for ihemselres.
-with name on date and dial irhich they inu
la nt to gire entire satisfaction.
Fine "Watchwork a Specialty.
. LA AGE AX D VARIED STOCK OF SPECTRCLES.
Don't fail to gire them a call when wanting anything
in their line.
OX ALMOST EVERY TRAIN.
And you might as well try to stop
a "Cyclone" as to stop customers
from going o tho
complete line of
(with rrastiriNGS to match)
! and at the most reasonable prices of i
! ivvunncp tv towv
The men cm find Jeans and Casr.i
meres, Hats and Caps, and SUCH a
stock of luotfi acd Shoes.
Come and See,
Hurry v onlv a little of that
"TJ(K COFFEE" left, r.ud oar
NEW ORLE NS HO LASSES,
;new crop, cheapett ever soi m
! Coucc? J.
pit T rr
M ILL l
BELL & SIMS,
lEG U 1T0 US 0 V P1UC5&
as to mnke room tor our almost daily
sae us. We can and will pleuao you.
have the qualities and quantity io Bint
any produce to sell for cash or barter
to all for former patronage we are
e. , HEGLER & MOTLEY.
Are the h.eaviest and Lest Stoves
that you can buy, and I am
selling them cheaper
than ever before.
Good No, 7 Cook Stovi;
F1.KK CLAY FXUK PtPK.
for buildinp: flues, makes the safest
and best flue, and ia
cheaper than brick.
ALL KINDS OF TIN' ASP
SHEET IRON WOKK UM'
ON SHORT NO I ICE.
Tin Hoofing H Siteiij
R00F1XG PA1XT FOR
ST0PPIXG LEAKS IX
Saddle?, Harness, Bridle.", Col
la; r. Whips and everything in tLo
Saddle and Harness kn.
HAND MADE HARNESS OF
THE REST O K TAN
Highest Casliprices paid for
Cyme and; see me.
W. J. HILL-
" " - wounuiO YUa ;"i"'-IM, i ilOIIlllS Jl. OUtlOn. IO I j , TK ; RTl'iSflV
' i Ve J udge Advocate Genera . I it ' ' ??Z Tbe "tlt am uxlt ' .
b "n,t1, 1 rzed was ?G 394 i This Qth day of January If SV: