JAMES P. COOK - - Editor
Uoncoed, Cabarrus County,. N. C.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1S85.'
Carrhas accepted the invi"
tation to open the Oyster, Fish
.-ane and Industrial Fair at New
beru, on February 19.
There are also office seekers ic
Connecticut. One hundred and
eight good and loyal citizens want
to bo Labor Commissioner.
Those who absent themselves
from church should take as a i
ample Mrs. Home, who recently died
in Pennsylvania at the age of 95.
In 80 j ears of church membership
she missed only niue Sunday ser
vices. A California bee farmer has 0000
hiveE from which he annually rea
lizes 200,000 pounds of honeyi
Senator Ransom retires from the
United States Senate in March, alter
serving: 22 years. He is in his 70th
In Kansas county. Kansas, the
democrats adopted a vory brief but
pointed platform. It is: "Resolved,
That wo are Democrats."
Four out of the five Pres:Jent3
trance has had since 1871 have re
signed, and the other was assassinat
ed. The men who leaned gaye up
a salary of $360,000 a year, too.
Frenchmen are very peculiar. The
American who would resign an office
with 6uch a salary as that would be
phenomenon even ia this phenomen
An old Georgia couple sat up all
night shelling a few bushels of corn,
cut of their meagre store, for the
Nebraska suf erers. They did this in
order to reach the train ia time; and
their small gift represented ha'f
their possession. This is, indeed,
charity to thank Cod for.
Announcement has been made
from Buenos Ayers that the Argent
tine Government has increased it
opriation for an exhibit at the
Cotton States and Internaticnal Ex
position. This appropriation wr.e
originally $15,000 i'dv The"
fact that the Argentine Government
has "V-prfn'Ti the tariff on lnmher!
the United States, and hence j
ha3 quickened the treat relations be-
teen that country and the Southern
States, will be an additional reason
for interests in the proposed exhibit
at the Atlanta Exposition.
Joe Terry and A Kellar, of St.
Augustine, and J T Taylor,"of West
Palm Beacb, with two "crackers"
and two negroes and three dogs,
went on a four days' hunt, last week
into the Everglades and begged
eleven dear, sixteen turkeys and 164
quail and Bnipe. Being afoot they
could not carry the game from camp
and gave it to the Indians. They
also found a man named Sparkman,
who got eeparated from his partner
while otter hunting, and was lost ir
the woods and eawgrass eighteen
That was not only a clever, but an
intensely just sketch of Mr. D A
Tompkina in the Cherlotte Observer
3.- ir. rri l.: 1
mace his- impress upon our w
eectian for a radius of mrny miles
around, and by bis financial ability
ind public spirit, such a publication
iS the Charlotte Observer a gem
among XNortn Carolina journals
has been made possible and is now
doins great service upon the affairs
or the day.
The first vote Senator 1'ritchard
gave was one that Baited the Demo
crats, This will wound the Pop
ulists. Now since the State Guard has
been disbanded, what will become of
Lexington if another riot occurs,
like the one the Cabarrus Black
Senator Brown, of Yadkin, Tues
rday introduced a biil to cut off all
appropriations to the State Univer
"We gre going to get that $150,
000 out of the State Treasury," re-
marked a Republican representative
j3terday. "What are you going to
ln with, it ?" he was asked. "It is
is eight," said he,
ive to dig dog ken-
down at Raleigh
Friday by Mrs,
'ake, who speaks
Carolina State St-natc there are 14
Baptist?, 9 Methodists, 3 DicipleE, 3
Quakers, 2 Lutherans, 2 Episcopa
liatici and 2 Presbyterians, three of
whom are preachers.
The- President's recommendation ;
to retire tbe treasury rotes and issue j
Gye hundred iiillion dollars worth
of golsi tond3 will not meet popular
approval; and, if it should become a
!av, w?nld not relieve the condition
of the country, though it would pre
vent the present constant drain on
the treasury for gold. That drain
can be largely prevented by making
import taxes payable in gold, as the
President suggests, without the i?3ue
of the bonds.
This is no time either to contract
the currency or to increase the pub
lic debt. Wise statesmanship ought
to find a solution of the present
financial troubles without recourse
to eithei of these evils.
There must be a compromise.
Neither the New York nor the
Southern idea can be embodied in a
statute Carlisle's plan was along the
right line, and if the New York and
New England Democrats had ac
cepted it, the treasury would be safe,
the country would be giyen a plen
tiful supply of good currency, and a
safe use of more silver would have
It is no time for the President to
insist upon gold bonds. Such in
sietence will prevent any action be
ing taken, for the Southern acd
Western men cannot Bupport a
scheme so diametrically opposed to
all their convictions.
This is a time for sensible corns
promise if any financial legislation
is to be expected. Raleigh Observer.
Collector "See here, when aie
you going to do r uything on this
lludge "I don't know. I have
been hypnotized so that I can't go
through the performance of paying
even when I haye the money. I'm
awfully sorry. I assnre ycu." In
Brings (emphatically) "I tell yon
tbit xvilow Strawber knows the
value of a dollar,"
IrJ'ior must Save beea
- r, -
tryia to borrow c.3 t.
Li." Detroit Free Press.
"I c?i'i ht'p my dislike for i"
silC Headerlag lliia. "I ot-ce
seen a sipi ia the suburbs that s; id
water works,' an' I never could htve
no respect far it einc." Wssbir.g
lie "What is this new dish, dear,
we haye for dinner ?"
She "I'm not perfectly sure,
darling, which I used, the receipt
for taking spots out of the carpet or
the one for Washington pie."
She "Do you think a girl ought
to let a man kiss her before she mar
ries him ?"
He "Yes, if she expects to be
kissed at all." New York World.
Jaggs "Did Jones tell you about
that predicament he got into the
other day ? I'd like to hear the story
from his own lips."
Baggs "He won't tell it he's
Jaggs "Xe; too mean to tell a
jojtoahj8 own expense;" Truth.
Wk-gles "I know just what to
take J.ot seasickness."
Waggles (eagerly) "Do you ?
What is it ?"
Wigg!e3 "An ocean steamer."--Somervjlie
It is sail that a recent earth
quake in Persia killed 100 women in
one bath. We think we could guess
what caused the conyulsion.
Jillson says marriagemay be a
failure, bnt the man who embarks
in it usually has to pay 100 cents on
the dollar. Buffalo Courier.
Successor o the
Standard of the !
V. S. uov't Print
ing Office, the U.8.
BuDreme Court and
of nearly all tbe
L State Superlnten-
aeni 01 ecnoois,
and other Eilura-
tore almost with- ;
CoUege Presidont writes: Tor
Jt'ltfc. which, the eye finds the
word advfht, for accuracy of deCj:-
"tion, for effective methods In indl-
" eating rronmiciSIon, for tone yet
" comprehensive statements of facts,
and for practical use as a working;
"dictionary, 'Webster's International
" exoela any other single volume."
The One Crest Standard Authority,
Bo Writes Hon. I). J. Brewnr, Jostles U. 8.
G. Jb C.XERRTAM CO., Publisher,
SpringSeld, Jfasa., U.S. A.
jt sftnd to th vnbHnhars tnt ftn pnanpblfr '
i buy ct-ip rnrin' of.Aiiclt.nt etlitlnn.
Jtyrtail ofth Tim4.
P A GraHd Edutmter.
I if i
An o'er cast sky! The stotiu
The Lightning throws its laiid
And shall Hose the laith I knew
That stanza just tbout fi's
njs my feelings when I look back
at last November cyclone and
ruminate on its results acd
s&S&icalcuiate the time and think
of tbe hard lick3 it will take to clean
up this political field of ours ready
for another crop of good feeling and
prosperity. I scoaetimes have a no
tion, to take advantage of my Metho
dist education and fall f torn race
long enough to vent my spleen when
I read bow those new hands are sup
planting the substantial fences of
good government (staked and ridered
with economy) with a measely brush
affair that wont turn the breschy
cattle of extravagance, excess and
misrule. Those fellows rvho have
got the contract to ran things for
the next two years have fooled tho
sovereign people. Their refusal to
give a one legged soldier a job was
an eye opener to the old veterans.
I can't diyine what they ere driving
at when they want to specify that
nine hours shall constitute a days
work unless a premium is to be put
on idleness. That svstem won't suit
usfarmers except in winter time,
It won's suit the mechanic because
he, as a rule, works by the job or at
eo much an hour, end as for the f ac
tory people, they ..would kick clea:
out of their traces they work by the
cut, the hank or seme other kind of
Diece work in the majority of ia
8'ances. and the more hours they
work the bigger the uay s wagee.
There is bnt one good feature about
that clause sfopping children under
14 from factory work and that s
a lot of big, burley, able bodied fel
lows would have to hustle around
little more to support these self
same self supporting children. But
then there would be lots of evils
The little ones wculd be virtually
out of a iob by a compulsory state
act. Eyen if they attended all ses
sions of public schools they ere de
barred from employment at home
during vacations and all times when
schools are not kept according 10
the general bent of human nature
they woald be in idleness reguhr
street gamins. The cutting off of
what their little hands could do
would materially afftct the quality of
their food and texture of their cloth-
I reality dor't b5ere th
- of these newly made law makers
ever saw in?;ue cr. a isctory.
They doa't know how com
fortable tby ere, summer and
winter. The majority ot these peo
ple, big and little, are contented, as
well contented a3 a Eepublicaa or
Populist in office end where they
add eccnomy to industry they are
prosperous. They dress well, better
than the most of people, and they
live well, and in mo3t instances have
some cash. These nowly constituted
law givers with their self-imposed
state craft put me in mind of a cook
my angel once hired she broke up
more crockery and dishes than her
wages came to and left more litter
and trash behind, the broom than she
carried before it. Now, if we are
going to have a nine hour Bystem,
let's make it sweeping. Let's
have no classification legis
lation, as a co'ored Concord Populist
puts it. Let the plantei, the mer-.
chant and the contractor as well as
the manufacturer understand that
all day laborers can avail themselves
of this nine hour phott stop. Then
we will see where we are at. l doubt
whether onr astute representative
would allow a nine hour fellow on
his farm in the busy season, and
frm work is a lot harder than mill
work. We old fogies used to hire
day hands and give them dinner.
We've learned better now. If we
can'c bargain for a completion of a
peice of work for a stated sum, we
hire on pay for the hours actually
consumed at so much per hoar
Sore head politicans at.d ambitions
demagogus made the farmers believe
that they were going to perish, body
and soul blind folded them and
carried them into the camp of their
worst enemy, the Eepublican party.
New they are working their gave
yard rabbit foit ts undermine pnd
destroy the content of the mill hand
Kindness is the cheapest commodity'
in the world, but I don'i fed lise
I had much to giye to these fellows
v. ho are tearing things upBide down,
root and branch. The people of
North Carolina h tve been caught
out in the rain with no umberella,
and it came through, these crocking
Some is alters grumblin', no matter
what they dn,
And thev kee'p th'.mselves and others in
a never ending stew
There's notlrng seems to please 'em, and
you'l often hear 'em say
If they had this world to manage 'twould
be run a diff 'rent way.
It is to be regretted that Bill Hos
kins and othtr rum sellers have
made their escape this court While
tbe city dcea not reap a benefit ficm
taxation, the count gets "some
mighty good Bervice .out of the few
who are caught and convicted
Good reads are about as essential as
good schools. , f
My i.ngeJ is happy at the thougbt
of the S'ate guard being done away
with. I could Lot imagine whv,
though until curiosity goi the better
of me.aud after teasing some time,sbe
told me it vould disband the Fourth
Eegiment drum corps. Let's all
pray that such may come to pass.
The cold wave did not strike here
Saturday night, but it's a-comiog.
With best wishes, 1 remain
WILL ADJOUKN FEtJRUAllY 15
Tile rlcclluuLnB ISilt mit tho County
Govrtit);pt i:ili1'hnt Done, Ail
Jotirumen in Order.
Senator Moody says that th1 Leg
islature will adjourn on February 15
if not before. Last night there were
caucusses on the county Gorercment
and election law bills. In an inter
view with the News & Observer re
poiter, Senator Moody says: "The
County Gcyernment Bill tases from
tha Commissioners all their judicial
powers which will be given to the
magistrates. The commissioners will
6e elected by the people; the magish
trates will be appointed by the leg
islature. The present commissioners
will remain in office two years from
last June, and at tha next election,
the new commissioners will be
chosen by the cumulative method
such as is now in vogue in Indiana,
Illinois and other States. This
mehod will insure a non-partisan
board, as if one party should put up
one man in Waki and the ether five,
each man would have the right to
veto five times each for the one can
didate or one time for the five can
didates. Moreover, the pow r here
tofore held by the commissioners of
canvassing the vote will be taken
from them, ad they will have to
take the returns on their face as
handed in from the election pr.e
"Ti)e magistrates, therefore, will
hare add; tiouol power-:, thongh tb-ir
juiii-uietL-ii will not be enlarged
Some of them ere in fayor of their
appointment b th s Superior court
Judge3, but Che stronger opinion is
toward their selection by the leg
"As to the Election Liw Bill, the
poll3 will be closed at 4 o'clock in
the afternoon and the vote conn:cd
a3 scon thereafter as poj-.-lble. .When
the tickets are being cjunted, there
piTl.II be another bos into which thei
will 03 2rqif;.Tfccr this other bo:
will be sealed, sent to the Clerk of the
Superior Coart and krt for twelve
month?, io be in readiness a3 evi
aene-voeicre me court;, provision- as
to the settlement befcro which wi'l
be made by ths legis'ature. The
Cjtnvass made by ihe judges, and re
turns will, 33 I said, be accepted by
the commissioners cu their face.
These judges, as well us the poll
holders, will all be required to
know how to re.id aud write.
The Brooklyn Strike Kuitcd.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 2S The
strikers practically surrendered to
the companies this afternoon. A
fornul statement to the public was
published by the executive com
mittee and the men tendered their
services to the presidents for $3 per
day for motoriiien aud conductors
and Sl.50 per daj for tripper d. These
terms have never been ia dieptue.
Tne men say that the move is made
in the interest of public safety and
quiet and that the non.acceptance
of their offer will be followed by ap
plicatiou for permptory mandamus
against all the lines. The presidents
will probably adhere to their former
position ot refusing to treat with
the men in a body.
The Wnr Devlin sin HexiroSUH High
City of Mexico, Jan. 28. A cabi
net council was held yesterday but
nothing is iven out. It is generally
understood, however, that tbe chief
topic wa3 the offer maie by the
United Stales government to medi
tate between Mexico and Guatemala.
The prospect of the slightest inter
vention on the part of the TJfcited
States has elicited very biHer re
marks from maay public m.?n and
has caused corsiderabie excitement
among the people. The war fever
runs so high that any power trying
to avert it must leckon with the
hostility of public opinion. In the
streets and places of popular resort
there ia but o e sentiment and that
is in favor tf Mexico's settling her
differences with Guatemala, once for
all, without toleration of outside in
fluences The nature of Guate
mala's rep'y is not learned but she is
believed to be merely fencing for
At 10 o clock 1 bis eytuiug it be
came known that the Guatemalan
minister bad leen i-tstructcd to
make concessions. Neither he nor
any member of the cabinet would
comment on this report. Late to-,
night the opinion gains ground that
war will be averted.
Mr. Z A Morris, of Hirris'iar
hf.8 four fresh milkers for sale. Ap
ply to him or at this office for in
formation. " - j28
"COUR" PROCEEDINGS !
Mr. S-a.i-or I'.tt CailO Vivi! Davitt't
'J'ukeii Vt- -Sir. tlirtscll Win.
The criminal .t x ket wats fi iisiied
up this (Tuesday) moiTjiug and the
civil cw-s beguu. FoHowi.-.g is :he
proceedings np to noon adjounnirtnt
State vs Henry MoCane, -arceny,
guilty;. 12 won tha on chain gang.
In tbe case cf tie State s Mr.
Aif.-td Li'aker fur an affray, Mr.
Lit il.f-r w..-B found ton guilty.
Hoke Garmon md Thomas Furr,
two young bo;s who w?re in j VI f r
sttaliiiga turkey an l who b-tdapri-.
vate barbecue all of their own du
ring the Ohrisfnma season, plead
guilty. The boys were drinking
and took the turkey "just for devil
ment." Judgment was suspended on
payment of cost.
Most of this morning's session
was taken tip in the suit of J L
Harteell ys. V C CoKhmd, plaintiff
claiming that defendant had built
on his (plaintiff's) property. A yer
dict was rendered in favor of Mr
Hartsell, and damages were assessed
at $100 per year for rent. Defend
ant prayed an appeal to the Supreme
Scatd vs. Will liolliua, for horse
stealing, wa3 tried and convicted
Saturday afterr-.-ioa and was sen
tenced to fiva years and six months
in the penitentiary.
- State vs. Adam Caapor, larceny,
guilty; sentence not pa33ed-
State vs. Jnko and Sid Trull, car
rying concealed rreapons.uot guilty.
State vs. S II Trull, carrying con.
cenlel weapons, judgment suspend
ed on payment of cost.
State ve. 'Will r.iowc, laicrny,
guilty. Brown was sentenced to
two yeara aud eis months on th9
Stato vs. Pleas MeDaviels, crimis
nrJ fcspmi'.t upon 3Irs. Bill Bryant,
This i.keincon'8 session will wind
up tho criminal docket, it is
thought, and tho civil cases will bo
commenced tomorrow, Tuesday,
Twn Kvor Tlim.
Tint wi'H Cjiiiia an acvpon
:si -.is we woni to pi' ss'
Trie jo-ieuiau cUoppad v pi oj t.Cpe,
Tnd tnad-i n joti.rjnl unss,
Ha Tjadn'j liuie io ux H up,
ynd po nc didn.i jr.O
Bui iia.e ouj r.ruilojs ono nd !j
Y p;eoe oj p.nnie.i's pi.
Soma jolss wrio do no umljsiand
iha m sialics oj iho jjad-i,
An Aer.f djoce 10 jaisn i! juss'
Ij b r.:V is urale, .
' WTpn't?-n.ihin j'sV.iy
Xb-'- a;l jivioav tjo-it ;s npusr.jASs'
To m;tia'tl pjiujei's pt.
Tke St:r says th:'.t petitions are
being circulated in Wilmington ask
ing the Legislature io continue the
New ILviOwTr Crimiral Court, and
tht.t they are beuvg numerously
figncu and signed by the largest tax
ps - rs.
The great financier, gives (hs follow
(ng good fiivlcfi to boys, which
parent3 miht also read with profit :
BoyS, go to fthool as long as you
can, and remember every hour spent u
erudymyour youth will be worth money
to you in after fife. Read good books;
make yourself acquafnted with history)
study the progress of nations and tht
careers of men who have mads
" Study religion, science, statecraft
. . end history. Learn to read
Intelligently, so that you can turn to
practical use In after life the reading
of your youth. Be sure you begin
right. Do not waste lime In reading
Mr. Sags further saysi
M The boy who Is wanted In tha
business world of today must be
educated. If his parents cannot afford to
0ive him a college or a high school
eduucatlon he must learn to study
without the aid of a teacher, In the early
mornings before business begins, and
In tin evenings after business hours.
It can no longer be truthfully said that
en education Is out of any one's
This Is the advice of a man who b
ens of the most conspicuous business
successes of our time, and who has
amassed ons of the largest fortunes la
Amsrica. It cannot possibly bs
chargsd frat he Is In the pay of TH3
CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, and yet
these words given as the conviction of a
, Lre of unusual observation and
experience advises as strongly as words
can that vou hasten to accept the offer
of The Observer and secure this
greatest of popular educators, Tha
The edition offered by Tha
Observer fills every requirement of
. ' Ah . Sana's, recipe for success. It Is thJ
only edition that Is up to date. Who
will be without these books now,
When Tea Cents a day will secure .
Write for Particulars
THE LAST OP THE BARUCH
Six to nine years old
have been thrown out at
the low price of 7Cc for
choice. They aro
$7.50 overcoats for 4,75
as low as low as 40 and
7-J cents. Undershirts
for 40.gcts- All-wool
overshirts at cost.
Calico 2 lv2 cents per yard.
Outing 4 and 5 cents per yard.
Wool dress goods, pants cloth,
satin, all remnants of silk 15
cents per yard.
Don't fail to buy some of
the small shoes, 12 to I, atj)0
and one half
ac 70 cents.
makes at the
The price on
o'u rent iv e
sto c k h a s
two. All "win
now go at your
HAMMOND & CO.
130 & 132 Pfral Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Stocks, Bonds and (Jrain bought at d
sold, or carried on Margin.
P. S. Send for explanatory circus
lar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwly
SALE OF VALUABLE TOWN
By virtue of authority vested in
me by a deed of trust from Caleb A
Suther io James G Gibson, clerK of
the Superior Court for Cabarrus
county for the benefit of six children
of said C A Suther named in Raid
deed or trust which is dated Jan
uary 10, 1880 and duly rtsistered in
the Register of Deeds office of Ca
barrus county in book 31, page 334,
I will on Monday the 3rd day ot
February 1895 sell at tha courthouse
door in Concord at 12 o'ciock, noon,
all that town lot on Church street
said town, adjoining the lots of the
lateW C Kime, Josev Suther and
others, ana known as the Caleb
Suther lot, for the metes and
bounds of which see said deed of
trust. Terms of sale $3r0, three
hundred and fifty dollars cash, the
balance on (C) months time note and
approved security lequired at 8' per
ceut. interest from date of sale.
Jas. C. Gibson,
Trustee and Clerk Superior Couit.
This, December 19. 195. dw
ADNINIS L'RATOtiS NOTICE.
Having been duly appointed and
qualified administrator of the estate
of Elizabeth Plott, deceased, at
persons holding claims against said
deceased are hereby notified to pre
sontthem to the undersigned for
payment on or before the 23rd day
ot January, 1895 or this notice will
be plead as a bar to their recovery.
Also all pel sons owing said deceas
ed are notified that prompt payment
is expeoted. G. E. Bakri.sqer,
This, December 22. im.
Having qualified as the Administrator
of IVary Ertgerson, de'-eased, all persons
owiDg said estate are hereby notified that
they must make immediate payment, or
suit will be brought. And ail persons
having claims against said estate must
present them to the undersigned, duly
authenticated, on or before the 1st day
of July, 1S96, or this notice will bf plead
In bar for their recovery.
C. P. i;LINK, Administrator.
his. December 5, iat4.
By. W. M. S31ITII, Attorney
The weather simial calls for rain
today, fair and colder tomorrow.
RAW MATERIAL CHEAP
Fenix Flour Mills.
We are now selling FLOUR cheaper than it has ever been
sold in Concord, especially when the qaality of the goods is
taken into consideration.
We have just mailed to our customers, quotations which
are extremely low. Wheat and corn always in demand at
highest market prices. We lill orders promptly and iurnish
Xrice list on application
Concord. N. C. G. T CROWELL. Proprietor.
T G EST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK IN THEt TATE
No house in North Carolina can possibly make lower prices
on Shelf Goods, Agricultural Implements of the latest makes,
Buggies, Wagons, Hacks, Mowers. Guanos and Acids.
Try their Prices and Quality They've got thejStuf!
Y o k r e & W adsworth
A YOUNG WARjiPRE VENTED!
A crowd of eager people were
surging into mithdeal &
Morrit.' Hardware to see their
fall stocK of guns. Each
man proceeded to arm him
self with a deadly weapon,
bat as the guns wpre un
loaded several accidents were
In the housf of this firm your
life is c -lefully guarded, (no
loaded guns unchained) and
in the purchase of their
goods, your money goos fur
ther than in any other Hard
ware store in the State. If
you don'c believe it, come
and see our stock of
is complete, and must and
will be sold at tde lowest
possible figure. We also have
a car load ot Buggies and a
stock of GUNS at low Tariff
CALL AND BE CONVINCED,
Slid k llorris.
Si CUnF ISTHEBCST.
FRENCH ENAMEOED CALK
o.? POLICl.3 Sous.
Yon cud saTC monrr by purchasing W. 1m
Because, we are the largest manufacturers of
advertised shoe in the world, and guarantee
the value by stamping the name ana price on
the bottom, which protects yon against high
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoe
equal custom work in style, essy fitting and
wea.ingr qualities. We have them sold ever;
where at lower prices ifar the value given than
any other make. Take no substitute. If your
dealer cannot supply yon, we can. Sold by .
HEIL1Q & HENDRIX
Mt. Pleasint, N. O.
The following Taiuable town
property is offered for sale, private,
which is located in tbe northern
part of tbe city on the east side of
Forest Hill :
Ono two-story, 7 room house,
good well, stable, orchard and out-
houses.; one two-story, 6 room bouse
and on 4 room house on St. Charles
street, and one store house, on Main
street This property can be bought
on easy terms, which will be made
on application. i
Address W. r. BHEALET, ,
Lincolnton, N. &
or W. L. Bobbins, Concord, N. O
filiiY fil&DE EASILY AND
READ THIS AND THINK IT OVER!
We want 100 men who have energy
grit. We will give them a situation
in which they can make money rap
idlythe labor beioe licrht and em
j ployment the year round. Requires
no capital or great education. Some
! of our host salesmen are country
I boys. "Xoun? men or old will do.
I Remunerations in quirk and sure,
1 We have need for 100 men within
the next 30 days, vo not wast time,
but write at once to
H. C. HUDGIXS & Co.
j23 1m Atlanta, Ga.
eare Sole SELLING Agents
i i this market lor tha
Casson Lime Co's.
When in the market we would be
pleased to have your orders.
Will have a big lot of FLORIDA
ORANGES for tha Christmas
T li A V E 1
G. W. PATlERSOrT
Wholesale ard Ket-dl Grocer,
CONCORD, N. O.
COKCORD, N. C.
J. M. Odkll, President,
D. B. Cclteane, Cashier.
L. D. CoLTRANS, Assistant Cashier
J.'M. Odkll, D. V. I anxoit
Elam KInq, ' J. W. Cannok,
W. R. Odell, W. H. Liil?,
' D. B, COLTRASE,
tod Mini Bail,