Oohooed. Oabaebdb 'Oocvtt, N- O.
THURSDAY. AUGUST 22, 1895.
JAMES P. COOK - - JiMTOB.
TUX TBI JVBT WHICH.
As Joseph P Caldwell would eaj
Josephus Daniels, stand np ! Yon
apeak of the "crime of 1873" aid
the re-lease of the N. C. Bailroad as
the "crime of the century," now tell
the court and the jury which is the
WILL EITHIB UTr THK MID IB.
bub aid utATBTSiacaiBDrrer
vscu aJi cntmititBLT
The privilege and frequent neces
sity of issuing bonds, by the officials
of the United 8tatea Government,
have been for quite a while discuss
ed, cussed and written about
Tei Standard rtctntly met with
aatudsnt of affairs and finances,
and one who is a Gltvelanditc cn the
money question. He wss made to
talk about the bond issues, and the
reasons for them and the results. In
answer to a number of questions the
substance of his statements was as
follows: The United States Treas
nry must keep, in gold, a $100,000
000 reserve fund for the redemp.
tion of those treasury notes which it
promises to redeem with gold. Oc
casionally this fund gets below the
1100,000,000 mark; and so long as
-tlic balance of trade is against
the United states, there is no
way of increasing this reserye fund,
in gold, other than to issue bonds.
Why the sinking of this gold re
serve? He answered: When foreign
bills are dne the payment can only
be made in gold. The importer that
has a foreign obligation of $250,000
to meet, takes his treasury notes to
the United States treasury and gets
the gold. The gold is drawn out and
the treasury notes hate been redeem'
ed. They are not destroyed. They
are paid out from time to time to
Representatives, Senators, to govern
ment employes and to cancel all
lacal claims against the government
in tne course oi time tnese same
notes may be gathered np again and
taken to the government treasury
for redemption in gold to meets for
ogiigAUOBr- xne geld reserve
runs low and anotner bond issue is
necessary. Here we have the same
treasury notes redeemed twice.
Well what is the result on the
government ? The government has
$100,000,000 in gold, treasury notes
ready again to go out in the way of
salaries (and again to be redeemed)
and the government has by thus
keeping np the reserve fund a debt
to foreign powers, the interest of
which must be paid in gold and by
the people through indirect taxation.
Is there not a possibility of bank
en in this country forming a con
spiracy and making a run on the
United 8tates treasury for gold, thus
making a bond issue necessary and
the bankers themselves make good
investments in buying these bonds?
Such is said to have been done ; it
is at least possible.
This is the talk as corxectly as can
What is the remedy ? The Stand
ard, in the study of the question
now uppermost in the minds of the
American people, turns about for in
formation from those who have
learned the lessons and who have
Tjews on ths subject.
Thx Standard takes the liberty of
addressing the matter to two North
Carolina editors, both Democrats,
well .known and highly respected in
the State, and who entertain differ
ent views on the money or financial
question. It addresses the, matter
to them because they were picked
out to go to Ifezioo and couldn't go
and because Tmt Standard re
gards them competent authorities in
matters relative to the financial
views they entertain and light nobly
and strongly present
Doss the editor of the Charlotte
Obtensr believe, if the yiews and
frinoiples (those he espouses re.
lativa to the solution and correction
of financial troubles) become laws in
their fullest and.completest mean
ing and scope, that the government
officials would not be compelled to
gain issue bonds to protect the
tesem fund or to maintain the
credit or the United States or to
tsake Its promises to the . people
eood; ; vr
Does the i editor, of the Sal
$?MB Observer believe, if
pSirkws and principles (those he
relative to the solution and
on of the financial troubles)
laws in their fullest and
pfstest mmning and scope, that
enernmsnt aSeials would not
u.ptonevl lo nln inane bob da to
prpfcect the 0 .serve f on A or to mains
tain the credit of the Uni'ea States
or to make its promises to the people
These questions are sincerely and
respectfully put to our journalistic
friends, who enjey the deserved dis
tinction of being at the head of two
of the leading state papers and who,
though they belong to the same
great political party, entertain and
teach through their respective jour
nals radically different views on the
financial problem now confronting
the American people.
In advance, Thi Standard
thanks the.brethren for kindly an
swering the questions in a clear, full
way that all men, who seek light,
may have no trouble in seeing the
force of the facta and arguments. .
THE CeTTOJI CHOP.
The reports have it that the re
cent heavy and general rains have
done much damage to the cotton
crops in the cotton states.
About this time every year there
is always wild estimates as to the
crop. It is done for a purpose.
More it is, the lower the price. And
the boasts that go up here and
there, has a damaging effect on the
price. It iB less sin to underate
than to overate the crop of cotton.
The crop is now estimaed at
7,500,000 last year it was 9,500,
000. A shortage of 2,000,000
ought to make a big difference in
the price as compared to last year.
It may be possible that the Raleigh
News and Observer will yet realize,
in regard to the lease matter, that it
exposed its head above the breasts
worke too early. Durham Sun.
The location of Mecklenburg's
new court house is becoming so
spun-out that is gaining fame and
notoriety. If the locating powers
don't mind, somebody will be swear
ing statute's limitation on them, or
something else to break the monot
Senator Marion Butler is reported
to haye said in his Cary speech : "If
you had been put in the garden of
Eden where Christ was born, and
earned a dollar above expenses every
day, you wouldn't be worth a mil
lion dollars." All which showB that
Marion Butler, together with Gy.
Thompson, is better fitted for Popu
list oratory than for Sunday school
Up in Michigan a Sunday school
superintendent at the close of an
address on the creation which he
was sure he had kept within the
comprehension of the least scholars
smilingly invited questions. A tiny
boy, with a white, eager face and
brow, at once held up hand. "Please
sir, why was Adam neyer a baby ?"
The superintendent coughed in
some doubt as to what answer to
give, but a little girl of nine the
eldest of several brothers and BiBters,
came promptly to his aid. "Please,
sir," she said smartly, "there was
nobody to nuss him !" The New
Orleans Pickaynne thinks a theo
logical seminary would have turned
that over for a week, with no better
The Shemwell trial is escaping
daily editorial squibs during the
fire of hot shots at the directors of
the North -Carolina Railroad for
Argument is made that as private
stockholders who represent $1,000,.
000, were .all estfer to extend the
lease to the Southern railway and
are all fine business men, it stands
to reason that the State's interests are
One of Georgia's refined darkies,
in closing a long Bpeech in regard to
a recent suicide, said : "And very
often a man ef good sense in a fit of
madness will kill himself and then
regret it in the remainder of his
The suggestion of Mr. Crowell's,
as elsewhere noted, may strike some
as impossible or far-fetched. But
Thx Standard respectfully refers
all such to the crowd of kickers and
evil prophets that stood around Pul
ton's first steamboot effort
Although the late Justice Jackson
was a Democrat appointed by Mr.
Harrison, we trust, that Mr. Cleve
land will not feel it due to courtesy
or reciprocity to appoint a Republi
can to succeed him. Once more we
say, and not for the last time: "To
the victors belong the spoils."
A question among aeronauts now
is if a man fell from a height of
five miles would he hit the earth.
Some . contend that the descent
would be so rapid that the man
would be converted into a sort of
human meteor and disappear in
vapor before be reached the earth.
A bank , director here makes a
curious point by asking what right
ilie SUi2r bad to take a higher rs,t?
than' 6 per cent, since it does not
allow the people to charge over
per cent interest. National banks in
this city reduced their rate to 6 per
cent; though at 'some places they
charge 8. .Raleigh Correspondent.
Kev. 8am Jones says he pulled
out of the Democratic party because
it wasn't good enough for him to
Btay in ; the Republican party was
too mean for him to go into, and he
hasn't any nse for the crazy views
and conduct of the Populists either.
On. this showing, about the only
thing we see left for Sam is to get
up a little party of his own.
"The capitalist has not yet been
born who has ever refused to aceept
a silver dollar with Uncle Sam's
stamp across its face, or a National
bank note. Pass it along the lines
until some gold bug is found to
deny it J ust as good as gold, be
cause the richest nation on earth
says so- Fiat or no fiat it is a Hying
Ntorth Carolina will now get lots
of tax out of the N. C. -Railroad.
The Southern will haye to pay it, let
it be what it may. Under the old
lease had the tax been paid it would
have done the state just as much good
as a man taking ten dollars out of his
right breeches pecket aud putting it
in his left Is this the crime the
News & Obeeryer is talking of ?
Some of the newspapers have
made themselves say that the di
rectors in releasing the North Caro
lina Railroad have committed a
monstrous crime. It iB a consola
tion, at least to the directors that in
the next lease they will have to bear
but little blame and that these same
editors will not be here to become
again excited. Isn't it pleasant
that Old Father Time evens up
Our Local has run up with some
parties who want Sundays kept in an
orthodox manner. This causes the
authorities to unearth an ordinance,
full ot dust and rust, passed in 1886
during the rdministration ot Mr.
Meane. Chief Boger sajs if the
board says enforce it, he will. Is it
any more harm to smoke on Sunday
a cigar bought on Sunday than one
bougnt on Saturday ? This is the
question the town fathers will have
to answer and perhaps haye to read
up ou in catechisms etc. to arrive at
a conclusion. Between bicyclists
and anti-bicyclists, water melon and
cigar and ice dealers and those wanti
ing these things, this board will earn
Did you ever hear so much talk
of gold and Bilver ? Did you ever
see so little of either ?
Captain J L McCormack, of
Knoxville, Io., has a "madstone" as
large as a man's fist. It was found
in the bladder of a hog.
The Salisbury herald is now
taking the press dispatches. The
Standard congratulates its neigh
bor on the north upon this evidence
of enterprise and progressiveness.
A child bora in the northern su
barbs of Omaha last week has finger
nails an inch long and a thick
growth of hair all ever his body.
Must be akin to Peffer it's got his
B H Freeman.of Toombsboro, Ga.,
once kept a moccasin snake, tightly
sealed np in a bottle, for two years
without food or water, "yet it lived
and grew fat" Georgia can ac
Judge Norwood's solution of the
conflicting terms of court for Ran
dolph and Rowan in the same district
relieves the India Rubber Supreme
court from stretching itself out of
To keep cool and to smoke on
Sunday, yon must be up and doing
on Saturday. The Sabbath, accord
ing to the ordinance of 1886, which
is old enough to stand alone, muBt be
observed, says the Town Fathers
through the police.
According to some statisticians,
who, howeyer, do not inform us
when the census was taken, the
present population of hell is 159,
000,000,000. It wouldn't do for a
financial question to be sprung there.
Secretary Carlisle declines to speak
for Mr. Cleveland on the third term
question, and is evidently of the
opinion that Mr. Cleveland is suffi
ciently able-bodied and sufficiently
gifted with speech to do his own
talking on that subject when he
feels like it
c ' ' .'
At Crawfordsville, Ind., in the
summer of 1890, there w as a shower
offish and an glowworms. . The fish
were without eyes and all about two
inches long. It would have been a
blessing had it been a shower of fer
At San Francisco a young woman
has been appointed deputy sheriff.
Her especial duty is to escort women
who have been adjudged insane to
their asylam. By her combined
firmnesB and kindness she. is very
successful in dealing with them.
This is not the "New Woman" ; be
sides not being built that way, she
has firmness and kindness.
Some people are wondering how
Corbett could marry again when the
recent divorce decree obtained by
his first wife restrain ad him. The
divorce was obtained in New York.
Corbett and his new wife married in
New Jersey, claiming to be residents
of that State. The marriage holds
good in any State except New York,
If the Corbetts should ever settle
down in that State Mrs. Coibett
wolud not be a wife, and the chil
dren of the the couple would not be
legitimate. But they are husband
and wife everywhere else. In pass
ing, it might be well to say these
people have had their marriage more
generally noted than had they been
decent people. 1 he brute is on top.
A Mr.Ufford, a much travelled
man and a resident of Philadelphia,
Pa., said from what he had heard
and read, he expected to find North
Carolinians promoters and defenders
of drinking slums without any tem
perance proclivities. He freely ad'
mits that this country and people
form a paradise to his. Yet Over
Sea and Land is published there.
It is the unprotested published lies
against the South that put us in a
false light yet there are some good
people among us who think we ought
to take all these slanders without
protest just for the sake of harmony
and new comers, i hank the Lord,
such are few. Mr. Ufford would
find a warm welcome for him any
time he comes. It is honest, truths
ful, decent men we want to make
their homes amocg us, either for a
MURDER TJKIAL ON.
Tom Moore on Trial For Hia Life
Tbe Validity of the Key eon Act Not
to Be Tented Tbe Leans and Fats
Salisbury, N. C, Aug, 21.
Rowan superior court is in session
here, so far there have been few
cases of importance for trial. The
grand jury yesterday found a true
bill against Tom Moore colored for
killing Chess Pesten also colored
several months ago. A special
yenire of fifty men was ordered and
the case set for trial at 10 o'clock
The validity of the revenue act
passed by the laBt Legislature will
not be tested at this court as was
publicly stated through the papers
some time ago. Mr. T F Kluttz
who had intended bringing it np at
this teim "of Rowan court has not
had the time, owing to other busi
ness, to properly prepare the case,
but informs your correspondent that
his first business will be devoted to
There is some talk of taking a
census of Salisbury at an early day.
QThe Fats and Leans, (selected
from the citizens of the town) are
to play a game of ball here next
Tuesday. Mr. E B Neaye is captain
of the Leans and Col. C R Barker
captain of the Fats. Lots of fun
and amusement is anticipated. The
game will be free to all . but a col.
lection will be taken up for a good
Tbe ladies issue ef the Herald
which was to have been published
tomorrow (Thursday) has bee de
ferred for several weeks.
Rey, N D Jones returned Monday
night from EI kin, where he has been
conducting a meeting.
The two young daughters of
Postmaster S H Boyden returned
last night from a visit to Pennsyl
vania. Miss Nannie Craige, the beauti
ful and accomplished daughter of
Hon. Kerr Craige, of Washington,
arrived here on a visit to Miss Bessie
Henderson last night She will
spend seme time here and will go
to Concord to yisit Mrs. J P Allison,
her aunt before returning home, .
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ple box of Dr. King's New Life Pills.
A trial will convince you of their
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and are particularly effeotiv in the
cure of Constipation and Sink Head
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les they hare been proved iuvaluas
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HOTEL BLOWN UP.
A Battery of Boilers Bxplode at Bea
ver, Cel.-Hotel aad Aooat Tweatjr
Ato Fersoas Hilled aad Bnraedte
Death Baatfay Wight.
Denver, Col., Aug. 19 Fifteen
or twenty persons perished by fire in
the Gumrey Hotel, on Lawrence
street, in whioh a terrific explosion
took place at 13:10 a. m. The rear
half of the building, a fiye story
brick and stone structure, went down
with a crash. The hotel wss crod
ed with guests, and many of them
must haye been killed outright as
well as about ten hotel employes,
who were sleeping in the portion of
the building which fell. The cause
was the battery of boilers in the
hotel basement exploding. The
sound of the explosion, was heard
throughout the city, awakening the
people a mile from the scene.
Later: 1 portion of Gumrey
Hotel, the scene of last night's
frightful disaster, is still standing,
gaunt and sinister, constantly
threatening to crash down upon
those delivering in the ruins at any
moment The search for yictimi
has been carried on to the utmost
energy constantly with the aid of
twenty arc lights. Flames broke
out afresh in the wreckage toDight
but fire engines are again pouring
forth water, still further impeding
tbe work of rescue.
The list of dead and missing now
numbers 25, making the disaster the
worst that ever occurred in the city.
Up to S.30 tonight only seven bodies
had been rocovered, being those of
Manager Urenner and his wife,
clasped in each other's armB ; Gore
Burt, a Rock Island conductor ; Mrs.
George R Wolf and daughter, Fred
Hubbold and Will Richards, the
elevator operator of the hotel.
Among the missing is now in
eluded Elmer Pierce who is said to
have entered the hotel just before
the explosion occurred. It is to this
man's carelessness that the disaster
Atlaata Goes Dry After 10 P. ST.
Atlanta, Ga., August 19. The
city council has refused to allow the
saloons to keep open later than 10
o'clock at night The saloon keep
era petitioned the council for per
mission to run their bars until 12
o'clock at night during the Exposi
tion. Today the petition was re
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been used for over nity years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind
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little sufferer immediately. Sold by
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world. Twenty five cents a bottle
Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslows
Soothing Syrup," and take no other
"Land Posted Jfetlco.
I hereby forbid any parties from
trespassing such as hunting, cut
ting timber, walking or driving,
removing fruit or anything of any
description on my plantation,
known as the Daniel Suther
lands, in No. 4 township.
Anyone violating this notice will
be prosecuted to the fullest extent
of the law. Jno. A Kikhons.
To the ClUaeas of Concord.
On and after the 20th day of this
month ot August, I will open
out a first-class meat market and
will be glad to serve the public with
their needs in the'fresh meat line.
My place of business will be in the
McNinch store room, first door
above marble yard on West Depot
alOlm. J. F. Dattatjlt.
Fresh Bilk Cows For Bale.
I haye two good fresh milk cows
for sale. Apply at the Standard
office for information or to me at mv
borne, adjoining the John H Mor
lwk John W. Morhis.
Boase For Sale.
That five-room house on East
Depot street now occupied by Mrs.
J F Willeford, is for sale. Interested
parties will call on Dr. L M Archey
for terms and other desired informa
j26 lm. (Mrs.) Ann Finn.
Ho awrpolM w opium la Dr. MUsa PAIS
vuns am rata. "Uae teat a Pass."
HAMMOND & CO.
Stock and Bond
130 & 132 Pearl Street,
HEW YORK CITY, XT. Y.
Stocks, Bonds and Grain bought and
sold, or carried on Margin.
P. 8. Send for explanatory circu
lar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwlv
Comprises the University, the
College, the Law and Medical
Schools, and tne
for teachers. Tuition $60; 85
teacners, 471 students. Ad
dress President Winston,
Chapel Hill, N C, for Cata
logue and handbook on "UNI
College of Agriculture
and Mechanic arts.
The next session of this Col
lege will begin September 5 th.
Examinations at county seats
nm Saturday in August
Youne men desiring a tech'
nical education at an unusual
ly low cost will do well to ap
ply ior catalogue to
A. Q. HOLLADAY, Pres.,
2w dftw. Raleigh, N. a
MT. PLEASANT, N. C.
REV. J. D. SHRIEY, D. D., PRES.
Total necessary expenses
session of 38 weeks, $85.00 to
Next session begins Sept
3. 1895. For cotalogue and
special information, address
tne President as above, or
lm. Seckexaby of Faculty.
S EM IN AR Y
A Flourishing School for Young;
Ornamental Branches Receive
Carefui Attention, 2
BEY. O. L. T. FISHER, A. M
MOUNT PL ASANT.:N.G.
Concord, N. O.
J. M. Odxix, President
D, B. Ccltbahi, Cashier.
L. D. Coltbanx, Assistant Cashier
J. M. Odbll, D. F. Cannon
Elak King, J. W. Cannon,
w B. Odill, w. H. Lilly,
D. B. Coltbanx.
Corrected by Cannons St Fetzer
Good middling.......... -...7.35
Middlings m 7
Low middling ...M....... 6
Stains .. 4ito5
Corrected bv 0. W Swink.
Sugar-cured nams 12 i toll
Bulk meats, sides 8 to 9
Beeswax.... ; .5
Corn ..50 to. 55
Lard......w ......mm.. ...8toll
FlourtNorth Carolina). ...-.1.75
Ueal.... ......... ......... ...-.58
80 to 35
There is a good joke on a German-
town father and mother, who not
long ago found some difficulty in
finding: acceptable names for their
twin babies, who, by the way, were
girls. After deliberating; over the
matter and coming to no satisfactory
conclusion, paterfamilias struck a
happy idea and decided to nam his
girl babies Kate and Duplicate. Re
oently another pair of twins appear
ed under the same roof, this time
th infants being bcyi- The husband
saw here an opportunity to get even
with bis wife, and ho determined
that she should find saitable names
for her latest offspring. Imagine his
feelinfrs when the mothe one day,
with a happy and satisfied air, told
the lord and master that she had
named the boys Peat and Repeat.
LOWE & SON'S.
Not in the history of our
business have we offered such
as we are doing now.
We are determined to close
out all of our
and will not take into con
sideration what it cost ns, but
we would prefer to have the
oosts than to have the goods
laying on our counters.
Look at the handsome
that we are sellinS at 8 cents
Other houses charge yon 12
cents for the same stuff all
Jawn at half price, And
for ladies at net cost. We
don't want the shoes would
prefer for you to have them.
thatj we have will be sold at
the Lowest Prices named on
Shoes We are tired of getting
Sample Shoes and we are go
ing to give you the full bene
fit of it.
You can get the best 37 cent
Corset you ever saw,
For 604 cents we sell you.a
75 cent Corset, and the same
cut in better corsets.
SHIRT WAIST SETS,
New lot jnst in.
Sewing Machines at $22.50
When you go .to buy al
ways see ns
I have now in stock at my rooms
opposite tne court nouae a splen
did line of well-made Furniture
Bed Steads, Tables,
Wash Stands Safes,
if defy competition in regard to
quality ana price Too will be
stirpriied when you hear taj prises
Come and see. If not in stock
can supply yon in a few days. I
have a mo lute ot
at price that will arpriM yon. I
keep a full 2ine on band for im
mediate supply. I buy
and run my planing machane, and
all persons who wish any thing
in this line, will do well to call
and see me.
J. T. Founds.
Concord. N. a July IS. 1895.
Havinc been duly aoDointad and
Qualified exeeutor of the hwt wiB
and testament of Hanr GL Kluttz.
deoeased, all persons holding claim
against said eoeasea are nanny
notified to present them to the on
deraigned duly authenticated on or
beloro the 17th of August 1896 or
uua nouoe will be plead as a bar to
their recovery. Also -all panon
owing deaeased at notified that
prompt payment is expected.
U. 1 aUMHTOBB, JUMVtor
for cash, at
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yoa bay from rallabl aiaaa
iacturars that bar rained a
daalisf, yoa will thaa (at a
Sawing ItacUns that is aotad
tha world ovar for its dura
bility. Yoa want thsoas that
Is aailatt to lanay aad Is
Thar la aona in the world that
can aqual ia mechanical eon
stroctioa, durability of working
parts, fineneas of nniab, scanty
la appearance, or has as sassy
improTemeats as tho
It has Aatoatatlc Teaaloa, Double Feed, alike
sa both sides of needle (fattnted), no other has
k ; New Stand ( patenttJ driving wheel hinged
on adjustable canters, thus reducing friction to
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Concord, N. C.
Nokth Carolina 1 . n
CaUrrrus County )SuPenor Court
W J Hill, Administrator of G A
Suther, p aintifif, v. J G Sutber,
John W Suther, Lilly Suther,
Ooty O Suther, M C Downum
and husband. Jno F Downum,
II L Morgan and husdand, W
S Morgan, H L Su her, W A
Sutber, M B Suther, Chas O
Suther. Jennie Oswald and
husband J P Oswald, H A
Bandy and hushand, W H
It appearing o the satisfaction
of the Court from the return of J A
Sims, Sheriff of Cabrrrus County,
N. 0., and from the affidavit of W J
Hill filed in tha above entitled ao
tion, that J O SuUmt. Jna W Suth
er Lilly Suther, OctyO getbar, M
U Downum aad husband, Jao
Downum, aad M L Morgan and
hatband and W S Morgan an bob
residents of this Stats, and after
da diligene cannot be found
within afce-fitatw- of North Carolina,
aad are BaMHto aad proper par
ties to- tha abort titled aetiao.
aad whereas the plaintiff above
named has began an aetioa ia said
Court to subject the real estate ef
said C A Sutber deaeribwd ia tha
complaint of the plaintiffs for assets
to pay the debts of said O A Suther
deoeased, and whereas the said de
fendants J G, Jno W, Lilly. Ooty O
Suther, M C Downum and hnSband.
Jno F Downum. M L If organ and
husband, W 8 Morgan have an in
terest actual or contingent as heirs
at law of said O A Bother. Now
therefore, the said J G.JnoW,
LiUy. Ooty O Suther, M C Downum
and husband. Jno. F Downum and
M L Morgan and husband, W S
Morgan are hereby notified that
unless they be and appear at the
office of tha dark of Superior Court
of said eoaaty and State aforesaid
on or before the 19 day of August,
1896 and plead, answer or demur to
the eomp)aint of the plaintiff in this
action, that the plaintiff will
apply to tha Court for the relief de
intrr1 in the- complaint aad for
costs of action. This trd day of
July. VS JAUX3 U. CiiESON.
Clsrt Superior Court,