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OOKC01U, N. C, THURSDAY, KOVEJ.IBER 12, 1896.
vV nor.-: jY;
I 1 fa rail H H
,1 X"v VnrK HiisiueoN JIoh
in Xol 2 :m!' I-Th. Acu TVn I
, ,, .. in c ' ; bf . Observer
vr, Vn:s, Nov. ).-In my last L
'.jLd?i -.vorpd to show vthii
, Y:-k rrrchnnts had to 33 v
.:iU.L..-icr -t and I left what !
HriJ bti-i for whst convic
their cvn iitatcftienta culd
,-. Ac 1 ijtiiu in chat letter,
iywt aoei Jiccurately
il the stfttna in eajiug
ih: iroicy is ea3ier, but the situa
u the dry goods trade is nu-
id :c.:p' a.-9 to a little better
Tac bunkere nndoubtedly en-.;-,:
ratisfied. Bnfjinef?a men feel
u, i... 'T iiecaiis money troubles ere t,t
!eo:ing upon the
;i.:.:ro it caii ic rxen thut in their
r)ir.:f there i: j'ist a Jit4Jo bit of
, : .jvy,-?. al-'u. t baoineso.
)- is just a iltle aurpriciug iiov
. bi:ii;.i.jJw -iiija now ' say with
.-is; x.asia chat this election and its
r-; -- i l-' are nr-t yet final. They say
: 1 -b. e no v n d mi ni -it -ati on m n st
!l 30n.e prcj-;pt :rA eSTective tie
rs :u motiiiy tne baukiDg cysteni
u t - be demands of
;-cutb cmi W- .3'. Mc.il hi; :i ice;.
uieyc vhat :f th:3 if.
hj've this whole
f i;v-i. agai;!4 Mid perhaps with
'i-rnit rc-:ir,t, 3?nny gold rard-1
ut, reserve that tAO
features mu3t bt.- introd'
jur banki-.g system, viz; (It
:t:,-- eiajacity. Sot.e me 3 by
v; ' -;h it will b;-? profitable for bcke
oi.-jii.' nc-..T3 v ben there is a de
?:d for money, as for moving the
. -. i lu seaEor, and canc:ll:ng iht
orpins when the need has passed,
-.n-3 (2) for mak'r.g other property
r:;-.-i securities listed on the New
Vo.-k stock eiehange available for
. ;.3 at banks.
's to tb ; plan of doing these
g pople diller. Some think the
rational banking system onght to be
rr;ry. cut modified. Other?
'h''.k the present system onght to
lir cloned, repeal the tax on
besks and let each State create
iU banking system subject to
se.M; Federal supervision. It is al
ly prepeced to hold a convention
i !r,d?anapoIis, Ind., of representa
?v s cf the commercial bodies cf the
Ur ted States to devise a new plan
-t Viking. The Ne v York Even
in r i?t is fayoring such a conven
tion. It transpires that many men
-vt ... V:Yy voted for the gold stand
arii believe that some revision of the
b:;:'.ing system 12 of mere impor
4p. nc -.7 than anything ele, i-nd
h? ' it is ts essential a sequence of
election a? the gold standard
;'fis- The great difficulty is to
b e a prope pln, and it is for
her? is talk now of a conven
ed of commercial bodies.
v ndiug a solution of thi prob
u!;' it is epecrcd fbof fbpr w;ll be
' hortago of money to do all the
- that oifers. Money has
he- : titd up so long and to such an
wt' at that its Iccsenmg nc.7 13 ex
':d to make it easy enough for
tfOKe time to rome to meet the de
ma via of all legitimate business.
.,. 15 bikr talk of the New York
nee iy most! -7 ail b n 1. ., .T.
i ;'r3 E( rr- fc?n to put ihiDve
1? MnlT.n V-, . .
made 'o do o in Tilaov
Calces, lid it
- w.. .... j uA-jiyu tnut toe mills
and fsctorie.3 will c-i :i,.ri-,.i u
I'llt It TV'l flkp uc.isi -
. " Y . ' I4 lJU
improvement ana pLap u moath
or two to get t id imnrcveoient m
D. A. T.
Mr. G M Morrow, a substantial
farmer of near Amity IUIJ, Iredell
county, spent Wednesday night in
the city. He tcjd a Standard re
porter that quail had lg: been as
plentiful in many years c,3 tbev are
this season. On Friday afr,emoon,
November he killed ten squirrel
in a short while.
Mr. John Cock, superintendent of
the county hotae, atatea that there j
are more bird3 in bis section thia I
year than there b v.-: oc-
mg rreez j tnree y f !
iVe ii t Cor? eel. .
In Vcduday'; iasueof the DiitY
Vv R Ode 11 had complained to the
commissiocer8 about the police e?r
iee ?t Forest Hill, tnu that is th
&.7 "7-3 uni.ritood it whevi reve
ig the proceed mrs of the meeting
ir'& '-uc V""w Iuullef. r.-i .?tbout vrmbioa on Nov
il , .1., u : -. i
nth clerk Ivirtsell, but commis
r'on-jr R F Coble informs u& ihst be (
made 4b o'itrplaint himself audi
'.hat Mi. OvVd vrr7 nothir- of it,!
Mr. Colde, as eotjimiesioner freri'
that i:irt cf U e city, is looking after
p:lice regulations and other needfni
'.bin::: il hia trd of town.
. Mti - 1 r.
trtii l':ir(ilinii Too,
The old North State is to be
place 1 or wheels t:o in minature
form ad hurled ow.r the Union in
a car in whih none but North
Carolina woods are to bo used. This
is ths bar. r2; work of ?n enterprising
company withCi-pt. W H R'seur
at its head.
TO n'JlE Al'OM) IX OSE DAY
Take lpyntive Bromo Quinine Tab
let. druggists refund the
money if it f&ils to cure. 25c.
MetifiB. Ji: . muicr tiiume
have purohassd the uppor lot near
the Stiirretto mineral springs on
Wee t Corbin street from Mr. Joel
Roed, and are now grading same,
with a view to planting their ma
chine 3hop3 there next spring. The
location is a very desirable one.
A Household Treasure.
D. W. Fullor, of Canojohario, N.
Y., says that he always keeps Dr.
King's New Discovery in the house
and his family h always found tho
very best re. follow its use ;
that he would not be without it, if
procurable. G. A. Dykeman, Drus-
frist, Catskill. N. Y, says that Dr.
King's New Discovery is undoubi"
odly the beat cough remedy ; that
ho has used it in his family for eight
year0!, and it hes never failea to do
all that is claimed for it. Why uoi
try a remedy so long tried and
tdVtcd. Trial bottles frea at Fet
zer's Drug store. Regular size oOc.
and SI. 00-
Vl'laat Is It.
If catarrh is a blood disease, as
some claim, that physicians fre
quently advise change of air and
climate to those suffering? CaUiin
is a climatic affection, and nothing
but a local remedy 01 a change 01
climate will euro it. Ely's Cream
Balm is so erScicLt as to do away
with the necessity of leaving home
and friends, causing icfitant relisi
and is a real cure of ' 'i-vrh.
CONSUMED IN ELAMES.
LiKii-iHi,- -Mrnck 3Ir, Dnnt'y' Bam
nttd. J5nriteI It, Togotlic Yin.
lilies am! Proyemler.
It was a frnfic storm tnat passed
vvfr this? section Wednesday night.
V fe vmilxi above town tbo w;m'
and the rainfall vce hciri
Mr. Lee 1-ancy lives on the Sandy
Ridge read about 7 mile3 .:or:h A
this Gity. This (Thursday) morns
ing about daybreak, during the raT
of the storm, a i! tsh of lightninc;
struck Mr. Dancy's barn, which
caught fire and wa3 consumed, to.
gether with cwo mules, farming im
plements and a la;p3 quantity of
roughness. His lo.-e ia probably
Will Leave XoUiOi-i.-c--.-t. j
Mies Claude Q; 'e - r ill i iv II r-!
risburg and here lorLorrt'.
morning on the 9 35 tnin f'
Louisville, Ivy., where she will join
a party of missionaries who ;ire to
fields. On Tuesday
- t v. v ::arty will lave Louisville !
(lor Tocoma, where, on tbr following
i Tuesday, the mission aries rrill tjt
sail" for JaP:a. A number of Mends
and bid her farewell and God ppeed.
I P. t its Awiy.
i ioroja any one to naroor -z :n
a.'iv v'-v keor) C barks M.cL.i. vri o i
3 It. Tieasant, N. C.
The Rock Island Railroad Com
pany ran a spr-cmi train yesterday
from Rock Island to Chicago, a dis
tance of 181 miles, in three honrn
and thirty gecr.d-, exclusive of
stops. From Molina to Blue Island
the train made a run, including
thrr-e fitons of 1V2.9 miles in 183
minutes, and at one time reached a
speed of S2venty-?even and two
third i miles per hour. Taking cut
the stops, which were for water, the
.Ailes were covered in 170 min
utes, the fastest speed on a long dis
tance trip eyer attained east of Chi
cago. The train which made the great
dash from the Mississippi Valley to
Chicago was a special, bringing home
the Western Society of Engineers
from a trip of inspection to Daven-
. . .
pOi c ti a.
Rock Island. -CLi
Dispatch, 9 th.
ASK the recovered
?m dyspeptics, bi!:..i;s ' uf-
5fci jlift-Ters, victims of fever
and ague, the mercurial
diseased patient, how
lhey recovered health,
cheerful spirits and good
ftffftfe appetite: they will tell
Jlfi . . . r-
gjMyou by taicmg simmoks
The Clieapent, Purest and Best Family
Medicine In the World!
For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION. Jaundice,
Bilious attacks, SKJK HEATACHE. Coli., ncfres
sion of Spirits. SOUR STOMACH, Heartburn, etc.
This unrivaled remedy is warranted not to i vtaia
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UtlS PURELY VEGETABLE,
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all wise Provideac has placed in countries whir?!
Liver Diaeae most prevail. It wiU cure all
Diseasofl cauae by Derangement of the
Uver and IloTvels.
The SYMPTOMS of Tjver Complaint are a bitter
or bad taste in the mouth; Pain in the Back, Sides or
Joints, oft?n mistaken for Rheumatism; "cur
Stomach; Loss of Appetite; Bowels alternately
costive and hx; Headache: Loss of Memory, wnh a
painful sensation of having failed to do something
Tvhich auhl tu ha.e been done; Debility ; Low
Fpirlts; a thick, yellow appearance ofthe
c.yes; a nry iougn, oiren mistaken lor v,oi.m
disease, at others ver-few; but the Liver i.ne la:
Sometimes many ot these symptoms : ..ui
organ in the body, is generally tne seat 01 tr.t . t, j
and il not Regulated in time, great sutferiij ..: . r.- ;
lerally the seat ol tr
time, great sutferiij
esteemed rtrs'-n a
edness and DEATH will ensue.
The following highly-estcemec ;trs'Mi a.
virtues of Simmons Liver Rkiat.atok : '
licit, Pres. Ga. S..W. R. R. Co. ; Rev. J. R. ? i -.-.r,
I'erry.Lia.; Col r.. rv. spams, AiDany.oa.; v : - . r
6on,Esq.,Sheriff BibbCo.,Ga.; J. A. Butts, Painbridpe,
Oa. ; Rev. J. W. Burke, Macon, Ga.; Viri; Powers
Supt. Ga. S; W. R. R. , Hon. Alexander II S'.-pht: .
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ache, it is the best medicine the wor'c vver s -w. We
have tried firtv other remedies before Simn..w T.;v;r
Regulator, and none of them gave us more than tern
borary relief ; the Regulator not only relieved, b. t -urcc
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