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JAMES P. . COOK,. - - Editor.
OCTOBER 31, 1895.
THE FCNIOKlSTf AFTEB SETTLE'
. Now it is euid that the prominent
Populists are declaring that there
can be no such thine &3 co-operation
in North. Carolina unless Settle is
aquelcbed. Teat has been the talk
this week among ceveral of the
Populists asd silver Republicans,
who came to the Fair. Settle is out
of line with the Mott-Butler-Harris
free silver ides, and he will not be
tolerated, bnt the eilvsr iusion mi.
chine will grind him to fragments
if it can. The edict haa gone forth.
Yes, Yes I If, perchance, the Re
publicans land their man in the
White House at the next election,
Congressman Settle will be a big
bulldog with the administration,
while Mott-Butler-Harris and the
others will be a small litter of de
formed hound pups, so far as any
The sentiment in favor of a short
Presidential campaign next year is
undoubtedly very strong.
It has, however, received no en
couragement from the Republican
national committee which is said to
have virtually determined to call its
convention for Jane.
There cannot, however, be much
campaign excitement until both of
the great political armies take the
Celd. It is therefore in the power
of the Democracy to postpone the
disturbing influences of the next
national contest whatever the Re
publicans may do.
A number of members of the
Democratic national committee have
already declared in favor of a late
convention. Many leading Demo
cratic newspapers have expressed
themselves on the same line and we
may see a Democratic National con
vention later next year than any
that has been held since the war.
It is pretty well settled at any
rate that the Republicans will hold
their convention first, and how much
later the Democratic convention will
be is vet to be determined. The
Philadelphia Times says ;
"Oar presidential campaigns haye
become great disturbances to our in
dus trial, commercial and trade en
terprises, and there is no reason
whatever why they should be made
bo. The icore the people pursue
their legitiir-ute vocations during the
residential contest, the more likely
they will be to consider and decide
what judgment should bs rendered,
while a whirlwind of political ex.
citement not only diverts' all classes
from their legitimate pursuit, but
dethrones reason in the determina
tion of national issues. Every con
Bideration of national tranquility and
honest judgment in deciding the
policy of the next administration
calls for the late presidential nomi
nations and a short national contest."
There is much sense in the view
THE ESU OF i'BIZE FIGflTIKU.
The country owes a yote of thanks
to Governor Culberson, of Texas,
and Governor Ciirke, of Arkansas,
for preyenting the scandal of the
proposed CorbettFitzsimmon3 fight.
The people of the South should
be especially grateful to these two
"overnorsrThe two big ruffians who
fad been matched and the club
which was to manage the fight in
determining to pull it off in the
south acted on the theory that what
wouid not be permitted in any State
of the north or west might be done
with impunity in this part of the
New Orleans was for years the
chosen arena of prize fighters. That
city was many times crowded with
toughs from all parts of the country
who flocked there to see other toughs
maul each other. Finally even N ew
Orleans was aroused and the decent
element of the city assarted itself far
enough to prohibit prize 4 fights.
Jacksonville was the next retreat of
the gentry of the prize ring, bnt
after one experience that cUy and
the State of Florida were closed
' against the so-called sport.
Both in Texas and Arkansas the
managers of the proposed fight be
tween Corbett and Fitzsimmons
fonnd a judge who decided that they
- were acting within the pale of the
law, bnt these decisions availed noth
Public opinion has set so sternly
"against this miserable business and
8tate legislation has become so gen
eral against it that we shall probably
" never see another big prize fight in
this country. " Occasionally there
will be a mill in some dark eorner
before a few spectators, bat the spec
lv;ular prize fight has gone and it is
la Welding; - Om "the women
cy'-i'-ste wear short skirts over ' their
blocicers while riding through the
streets of the tovn; tut when the
country is reached the Bkirts are re
moved and the wheelwomea proceed
unencumbered. Bj thus straddling
the question of proper apparel for
this sport no one's sense of propriety
is shocked in Belding.
From the statement in bankruptcy
of Oscar Wilde's affaira, it appears
that since Joly, 1893,he has received
about $20,000 in loyalties for his
plays. Very little of this went to
his wife and children, who were
turned into the street by their land
lord a couple of months ago.
A. fisherman in Elliott Bay, near
Seattle, recently took oyer nineteen
hundred salmon in one haul of the
seine. This is the largest haul ever
made in that section. Even the
rivers and bays are doing their best
to help along the era of Democratic,
We understand that one of the
reasons that the race between Gen
try and Patchen could not be secured
for the State fair is that these kings
of the turf will not race on anything
less than a one mile track.
The Railroad Commission has
called on all the telephone exchanges
in the State requesting their rates
for the rental of phones. They take
this step with view of equalizing the
rates and reducing the same.
A philosopher observes; "Six
things are requisite to create a happy
home. One of them is a good cook,
and the other five eie money."
In shaking hands with the Presi
dent at Atlanta, one farmer yelled
out: "Cotton eight cents a pound and
Cleveland's all right.
The amount of fruit shipped from
Southern California tuis season is
roughly estimated at 8,000 car loads.
The turkey is beginning to wonder
why they call ic Thanksgiving.
Bishop Galloway claims that there
is less liquor sold in Mississippi than
in anv State in the Union. Out of
the Beventy-five counties in the
State there are only nine in which
licenses are granted.
Dr. Jose Ignacio Rodriguez, the
Spanish Secretary of the Boreau of
American Republics, wiil receive in
a few days from the Secretary of
State a check for $200,000 upon the
Treasurer of the United States
which is his foe as attorney for the
Mora claim that the Government of
Spain paid through the United
States Minister at Madrid the other
day. ThiB is one of the largest fees
ever paid an international lawyer,
and Dr. Rodrif ucz will receive it in
greenback over the counter of the
Bishop Littlejohn will officiate at
the marriage of Miss Yanderbilt and
Duke of Marlborough. He says that
it is a pure love match, and that
the young Duke is getting one of
the 8 wee test, most charming, prgtti
est young girls I ever knew, and one
that any man would be proud to
The Society of Army of the Ten-
nesse will sak Congress for an ap
propriation with which to erect a
statue to General Grant In Washing'
ton. Strangely enough, reither
Grant. Sherman or Sheridan have
b:en remembered by monuments at
Bank Examiner Joyce says that
in his examination of the State
banks he finds there is more money
on deposit and the banks in better
condition than at any time since the
A new York syndicate promises a
mammoth modern $2,0:0,000 hotel
for Wasnington. The City of Mag
nificent Distances certainly needs
such a magnificent hostelry.
Jack Frost is killing the plants
but there are other bloomers which
seem to defy him.
It yon want to please a new
woman tell her she is eyery inch a
The musical composer is justified
in putting on airs.
Marriage fees bring joy to the
clergyman's wife. .
The Best Salve in tke world for
Cuts, - BruiseB, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetterd Chappe
Han 1s, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cnreB
Piles or no pay requi-ed. It is
guaranteed to give stafisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For eale at P B Fefzer's Drug
; I-RJS ENTED "A FIRJU. . I
A Man FlfcijJ Fire la Stifling Nmot
Another Atlanta Party.
mi. Pleasant, N. O., Oct. 30.
The cotton gia, owned' by the Mt.
Pleasant Manufacturing Company,
bnt operated by Mr. William H
Fisher, caught fire Saturday about
noon and- was eayed only by hard
work. Cotton is unloaded herer by
means of a fan which sucks it up
through a wooden spout. It was
while some cotton was being unload
ed that a blaze shot out the tpout
into the stall where the cotton was
being "emptied. The fire was not
long in running over the gin-room.
Eyery pile, of cotton waa ecorched on
top, except" one which lay away
from the rest. The roof lust above
the fan caught in several places,
but being of oak it did not bnrn
fast and waa soon put out. Before
help arrived Mr. Fisher struggled
heroically against the fire in the
dense smoke which was strong
enough to have suffoctated one with
weak lungs; He had a ! alf barrel
of water in the house, which he used
effectively till the crowd came with
bnckets of water. It is surprising,
eyery thing being so dry, how such a
fire could be extinguished withHot
having doLs more damage. The
fire was caused by a match in the
cotton that was beta; nnloaded.
triking against the fan.
The report has gone abroad that
men, in poor circumstances who had
cotton there, have lost it by the fire;
bnt it is a mistake. The damage
small and no one will lose any
thing. Mr. Fisher will make good
the loss out of his own cotton, and
that, too, when he was not in the
fault the fire resulting from no
carelessness on his part.
Several more persons will within
a few weeks visit Atlanta. Just how
many will go between now and
Christmas we do not know.
Corn8huckings are now occuring
very frequently. The crop" is about
an average one. come farmers
make more, some less than last year.
"WHYa" FOE WOMEN.
Witn a Few Corresponding .Queries
for tbe Other Sex.
A young man who has always been!
much interested in woman, says the
Chicago Record, would like an an
swer to the following questions :
Why a woman doesn't keep her
shoes .blacked ?
Why Bhe doesn't wear her hair in
the way that is most becoming to
her, instead of spoiling her head by"
an unbecoming arrangement, because
it is "stylish ?"
Why sue allows a man to smoke
when on the street with her ?
Why she permits such an abomi
nation as a cuspidor to come into
her house ?
Why she doesn't stop talking
about her servant lrl ?
Ditto about her clothes ?
Why she doesn't wear hats that
cannot be spoiled by a damp day ?
Why she ever chews gum ?
Why she doesn't renounce the
words "cute," "nice" and "perfectly
grand" when talking of a sunset or
a beefsteak ?
Why she persists In filirg her
nails to a sharp point ? '
Why she sits on one foot when
she wants toba ''comfortable ?"
Why her card clubs always end in
a big row ?
And a woman would like to know
about the lord of creation ;
Why he smokes cigarettes after
all that is admitted on that subject ?
Why he doesn't wear the neckties
his wife buys for him ?
Why he is profano on the 6treet
where women are passing, and when
there's no occasion for it ?
Why he eats bakery pie and
donghnnts and then wondors that
he has indigestion ? .
Why he thinks it's bright cyni
cal to sneer at women ana women s
Why he insults his stomach by
taking mixtures oyer a bar?
Why he can t lie on a couch with
out getting the pillows into - hard
knots nnder his head, thu3 nearly
dislocating his neck ?
Why he groans so when he has a
Why he thinks he ia going to die
if he has ever so Blight a cold ?
Reduced Ballroad Bates.
Cotton State and International
Exposition, Atlanta, Ga. Tickets
on Bale September 5 and 12 and
daily from September 15 to Decern
ber 15. 1896, inclusive with final
limit' January 7, 1896. Fare for
round trip $14.20. Tickets . on 6ale
da'ly from September 15 to Decern
ber 30; inclusive with final limit
fifteen days from date of Bale. Fare
for round trip $10.40 Tickets on
sale daily from September 15 to
December 30, inclusive with final
limit seven days from date of sale.
Fare for round trip $6 55,
When Baby was dcV, we gave her Castoria,
When she was a Child, she Cried f or Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
Then she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
TliE SUFFRAGE PItOBLi
The DelicatA ttnestfon Bronent
Sqnarely Before tb Constitutional
Convention Mr. Burn'sSnecch.
Columbia:, S. ft, Oct. 28. From
7:30 until 11:30 o'clock tonight the
convention was engaged in handling
the suffrage problem. The eyening's
proceedings were opened with a long
speech from R B Anderson, the ne
gro delegate from Georgestown. He
pleaded the cause of the negrces in a
strong manner. Mr. Burn followed
him, making the first speech on the
white man's side, replying to and
dissenting the arguments cf the ne
groes.' Then I R Read, of Beaufort,
the eixth negro, made "a 6trong
speech. On a roll call only these
six negroes oted against killing
Whipper's uniyersal "read and write
xne nrst two sections or tne
article reported by the committee
were then adopted. When section
3 providing that "every male citizen"
be allowed to vote, was called, Mr.
Clayton offered a substitute, to give
the ballot to wmen also on a prop
erty and education qualification
This brought the subject of woman's
suffrage squarely up. Mr. Clayton
made an -earnest pla for woman's
suffrage as did also Genral R R
Hemphill and Dr. Timmerman,, the
Lieutenant Governor, the latter
taking the high ground ot moral
elevation of the suffrage, Mr. D S
Henderson said the arguments pres
sented simply showed cowardice;
that the men wanted to bring the
women in to hide behind them and
shield them from a negro majority.
He argued that they should act
like men, and said the report of the
committee was an excellent and
Col. John T Sloan argued that it
would degrada women. After a
good many other speeches, pro and
con, the convention adjourned with
out any action.
Governor Atkinson Kecommends
l'nylnir Damages for Lynching--
Atlanta, Ga , Oct. S8 Gov. At
kinson sent his annual message to
the Legislature today. He recom
mends that the General Assembly
pasa a law giving the family of a
person taken 'from officers and
lynched the right to sue the county
for the full value of his life. It aleo
asks that the Goyeruor be authorized
to remove from office the man from
whose custody he was taken.
A Bijf Fire In Augusta.
Augusta, Ga., Oct. 25. Tht im
mense lumber plant of Jesse Thomp
son & Co. was to-day entirely de
stroyed by fire. The fire department
is unable to hand he the flames. All
dwellings in the vicimty are now on
fire. It is not by any means under
jLicI. Loss between fitty and one
hundred thousand dollars already,
and the fire is making rapid head
An Arrent for Arson In llnrhnm.
Raleigh, Oct. 28 A A Latta;
employee! at T II Martin's tobacco
prize house at Durham, is under ars
rest there, charged with setting fire
to that building and also the dwell
ing of Mosei Iryin, who testified that
there was a coi 3piracy to bnrn, and
that Latta told him he was offered
$250 by the owner to burn the prize
house. The arrest creates much ex
citement. Arson is a capital crime
in North Carolina.
Take BTo Fusion In Tueir's.
Fobt Worth, Tex, Cct. 26.
The State Executive. Committee of
the People's party met today in this
city, with all the members present
either in person or proxy. About
fifty prominent membres of the
party from ovei the State were in
attendance. The committee deter
mined on forming lio fusion with
any of the other political parties,
and will work alone both in the
State and national affairs, adhering
strictly to the Omaha platform.
The committee will make no con
cessions whatever. The place for
holding the State Convention was
left with the committee to determine
later on, it will probably be held at
Capt. P. C. Carlton Assigns.
Statesville, Oct.. 28. Capt. P
C Carlton executed a deed of trust
to Dr. J F Carlton, bearing the date
of October 28th, conveying every
thing in fee simple for the benefit of
his 'creditors, reserving homestead
and personal exemption. Neither
assets or liabilites could be learned,
yet it is known to wairant the state
ment that all creditors will be paid
in full if the trustee should be able
to dispose of the property anywhere
near its value,
I have "only been able to locate
claims to the amount of $4,000, di
vided thna: Statesville Land Com
pany, $l,000j Dr. M W Hill, $1,200;
Mrar-JimmaMott, $1,300. Suit was
recently instituted in the two former
cases and it is understood that Mrs.
Motfc holds mortgage on realty to
cover her claim. v -
Saturday afternoon some unkaown
person entered the home of Mr. Vic
Stiller, at Forest Hill, while MrsT
Stiller was absent, and robbed the
pantjy of its .Sunday supply of
cooked provisions. .
1 he Frcfcbylei Ian Theological Rcnu
; ' nary does to Kichmoud.
Hampden -Sydney "Theological
Seminary will be' moved te Rich
This was decided yesterday by tbe
action of Synods of North Carolina
and Virginia. The institution is
now located at Hampden-Sydney,
Prince Edward county, Virginia.
Following in the line of other in
stitutions, the seminary moyes to the
capital city of Virginia, where it
will be at the centre of the State's
A strong fight was made against
the removal, as has been the cafe
wherever such changes have been
made, but after the fight wa3 won in
Virginia, there as no trouble here
Tne Synod of North Carolina was
practically unanimous for remoyal,
there being only six votes against it.
. Lewis Ginter, Richmond's million
aire tobacconist, gives a $25,000 site
tor the seminary, and the city of
Richmond contributes $1.25,000.
Rev. Dr. Daniel, moderator of the
Synod cf North Caro'ina, yesterday
received a telegram from Rev. Geo.
W Finley, moderator of the Virginia
Synod, saying: "The Synod of Vir
ginia sends co. dial greetings o the
Syncd of North Carolina. Tbe Synod
has arproved the overture of the
Board of Seminary, and consents to
Boyd for Governor.
Greensboro Record : John Lowlow,
the celebrated clown with Sells' cir
cus nominated Col. Boyd yesterday
at Salisbury for Goytrnor.
Today the Colonel, being con
gratulated on the distinction con
ferred upon him, remarked :
"That's all right; it's not every
man who can even get a circus
nomination for Governor."
Tnoumsville vs. Carry,
. The Alliance executive committee
yesterday,says Sunday's Raleigh Ob
server, iaited Thomasville to look
over the town with a view to its
availability as a site for the new Al
ienee shoe factory. At this point
the contest has narrowed down to
Cary and Thomasville. The latter
offers more money, but Cary is nearer
Raleigh, is on two linej of railroad
and is an unusually good site for
Sometime this week the committee
will meet here sgain to settle the
A Mean Man's Device.
A crab's pincers operate ordinarily
wben touched by any foreign sub
stances, and they are tigbt squeezers.
On j right recently the meanest man
in the world procured some crabs
and tied them np in a paper. He
reached borne at midniii, and in
the quite of the parlor undid the
packag", and then emptied the crea
tures into his trousers pocket3.
Soon all wa3 quiet in the bed-,
room, and he successfully counter
feited his accustomel snore. Then
the partner of his bosom quietly
arose and proceeded to do some bank
ing business with his trousers, which
hung on their usual peg.
It is said that ""Freedom shrieked
when Kosciufcko fell." Well, if she
ever ehriked as did the female
wben she got a couple of mad crabs
on the erds of her fingers it would
nave scaled tbe whitewash off every
ceiling in Poland.
When a woman cm yell bo that it
curdled all the milk in the neighbor
hood, yon can rest assured that, as
the saying is, there is something in
the air. She continned to shriek
until she exhausted all the atmos
phere there was in the house, by
which time the crabs got frightened
and let go of their own accord.
A Blind Kan Out of a Home.
Wikston-Salem, Oct. 25. Mr.
J W Mitchell, of West Bend, Yad
kin county, waa in Winston tonday,
soliciting aid to help rebuild his
dwelling house which waa destroyed
by fire eeyeril days ago. Mr.
Mitchell 18 38 years old and has
been blind -85 years. His wife died
two months ago, leaving tin small
children for him to care for. Three
of the children are triplets, their
names briog Abraham, -l3aac and
Take a Hint front Mary.
Mary had a little lamb;
. You do not look surprised;
Of course yen don't, for Mary has
Been widely adyertised.
And something you may learn from
this, t "
If you are not a clam;
You can be just as widely known
As Mary and her lamb.
Your name can be a household word,
: And you be known "so well
That folks will confidently buy
' The things yon have to sell.
And when you once have got yourself
Into the cheering rays.
On the sunlight of publicity,'
You bet your life it pajs.
Cxoey ia-still in the rinsfor Gov
ernor of. Ohio, but he contends him
eeif with making his ringing speeches
on Sanday, aa that's the only day
that people will ipare irme to' listen
to him -
" . Original OIervattaj.
' The shoes of the averaga tramp
are like corporations they have no
The man who knows the least of
himself assumes to know : the most
One good thought each day to
think of is worth more than all th3
sold ic the'w rid.
We sometimes think that our best
girl resembles the noith pole so
cold and distant.
Pants pockets without any money
in them will ' be more worn than
ever this fall nnd winter.
There is too much matri-money
and not enough love in most of the
The grave is a cushion of comfort
compared to what some people have
to enduro at their homes.
Laughtor is the axlesgrease that
lubricates the human machinery,
causing it to revolve and run for
ever without getting hotbox.
Did you ever co.mt the number of
friends whom you cou'd trust with
your fullest confidence? They are
exceedingly few. A true friend is a
priceless gem whose value is beyond
comparison to the jewels of earth.
OrbDge (Va.) Observer.
In China a man can get a divorce
if hisTwife talks loo much. If that
was the law in this coantry we
think the crop cf wives would be
greatly diminished in one day.
Fell Under the Train.
Tuesdty night when the second
section of No. 35, Southbound pass
enger tram arrived, two ladies,
whose namea we could not learn,
were to stop at this place and as the
train rolled by tie naual stopping
place before c. ming to a standstill
the ladies thought of course they
would be carried by and jumped
from the platform, faUiu? under
the steps of the train and narrowly
escaped being caught under the
wheels A large numbei cf people
witness d the thrilling incident
which caused a flutter of intense ex
All persons holding claims against
J W Burkhead, deceased, will please
present them to me or to H I Wood-
house promptly. Air persons in
debted to same will please call and
settle at once. o7 lw 2w
Alida L. Bufkhead.
Executrix of the last will and testa
ment of J W Burkhead.
Examinations and Consultations
Fourteen 5 ears experience in tbe
treatment of Cancers, Piles and
Chronic Sores. Any case taken. A
cure guaranteed or no pay. Offioe
at Morris House; office hours from
8 a. 111. to 10 p. m.
Old Dr. O om.
1 . M, AUCHEY,M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Concord, N. C.
OFFICE: ST. CLOUD ANNEX
THOUGHT OF BUY
.ING A FALL DRESS?
-Fins - Wool - t -
44 inches wide 40 cents
per yard. 36 inch
111 wool m
2? cents per yard. See
our line of ladies
Crepons, Crovenetts and
Henriettas. They are
the lattest. Don't miss
them if you want a black
are simply elegant.
NOTi T2 TOWN TAXES.
The town taxes for the Tear 1895
are now due and placed in my
hands for collection. AU persons
owing: the same are requested to
call and eettle at once, and save
costs. The law in regard to adver
tising property has Deen changed,
so pay promptly and save being art
vertised- Offioj opposite court
house in Town Hall.
J, L. BOGEB, ;
; ' Town Tax Collector.
LOWE & SON.
OFFERING &OW A BIG
Until the ,1st of January, at
prices that will' be yery
much lower than we
Lava everj sold
At $2,25 and $6.00.
Ladies Cloaks $2.50.
All Dress Goods cut to
Not a single article shall we
keep. Everything mu3t
go. Cost not consider
ed in this closing out
MENS' SUITS BOYS'
and PANTS all must go.
If you want SHOES we
Everything going now
cheaper than we could
Spend Your cash where'it
will do you the most 'good
and to do it you want to go
LOWE & SON.
Nortb Mm Um,
MT PLEASANT, N. CV
REV. J D. SHIREY. D.ID., fRES
Total necessary expenses
session of 38 weeks, $85.00 to
Next session begins Sept
3. 1895. For cotalogue and
special information, address
the President as above, or
lm. Seobetaby op Faculty.
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer
Good middling 8.83
Low mi -idling 7i
Stains 6 to 6i
Corrected bv O. W Swink.
Sugarcnred natns.... 12tol5
Bulk meats, sides 8 to 9
Butter v. 15
Plour(North Carolina). ...1.75
We invite you to call ane
get our prices from the largest
in Concord. We offer th
following . at wholesale and
100 barrels sugar,
25 cases AtbucklesT Ike.
25 bags green coffee.
75 barrels kerosene oil. v
One car salt.
Cne car lime and cement.
25 cases Star potash,
60 cases Mendlesons potash.
100 cases matches.
50 boxes soap.
50 boxes soda.
25 kegs soda.
One car flour.
One car shipstnff.
25 cases "Rex" baking pow.
25 cases "Good Lufcfe" bakinst
100 Boxes Tobacco.
75 Boxes Snuff Gail & Ax,
and Ladies Choice,
50 thousand Cigarettes.
10 " Cheroots.
100 thousand paper Dags
Two tons wrapping paper.
We have a large stock of
both new and second hand
and will make you some yery
Come and see us.
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL
CONCOKD, N. C.
Y":in yur nr.bouttobuvaSewlnfr Haclitno
j j r...t l:o Jcc -ivi a bv alluring advertisements
;.r : be led to .h!-;k you can get the best made,
:'or a ncro sons. See to it that
y-jd buy frma reliablo m.inu-i-jturi't'S
th": have pained a
rr jxi'.atian by honestandsquare
'.;:i:9s; "0.i will then get a
frVri:.i X'.achino that ia noted
t'-e '..-.jrld over for it.i tiura-b'!-v.
You want the one that
in tones', to r.'-iicje and ii
There ir. none In the world that
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Cohcobd, N. C.
J. M. Ooell, President,
D, B. Ccltbake, Cashier.
Tj. D. Coltrake, Assistant Cashier
J. M. Odell, D. F. CahioV.
ElaicKino, J. W. Cannoh,
W R. Odell, W. H. Lilly,
U. B Ooltkake.
HAMMOND & CO.
Stock: und Bond
130 & 132 Ptarl Street,
NEW YORK CITY, 17. Y. x
Stocks, Bonds and Grain bought and
sold, or tarried on Margin.
P. S. Send for explanatory ciron
lar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwly
Bavins been duly appointed and -,
qualified adm nietrator on the es
tate of N. G. White, deceased, all
persona holding claims against tbe
said deceased are hereby notified to ,
present them to the undersigned
duly authenticated on or before
September 24, 1896, or this notice
will be plead as a bar to their re"
covery. Also all persona owing said
deceased are notified that prorr
payment is expected. - ,
T. J, Whitk, Adminkt 'ufor, f
This, Sept. 23, 1895.
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