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N : DEMOCRA.
l V- '-'T
Tins Lricoi x DKuKAT',l'uBf
bns. L. Coon, Editor.
HohiyJ. Casque. Loal Editqr.
''V.' T ..Cuhctiption In Advane. : . z.
Oi Yar- . . . .
One Inch, one insertion .$1.00.
Liberal discount made on contract
advertisements for three. six; or
: twelve month 9. Aplf to Henry
: J.HGaBque"; at the Democrat" office,
for' advertising rates, and estimates
ou iob printing. "
We are prepared :to do. your Job
-Printing in nice style. !; feend tg
your .work. . Satisfflction- cuaran-
teed, i - . ' '
IJNOOLNTOJS,N.O.,OOf 11. 1895
OUR iTNANCI AIL,
We suppose that there are at
. kast 60,000,000 people in the U.S.,
whfo think thev understand finance
nnd our present financial question.
Bu( we don't intend to say wheth
er we are among this number or
j not, We oniv wish to call tlie at
tention of the public to a. few
InlSfil silver was selling at
$1 oo.-p'er oz. -lrid nVny gnUing ai
07vts? per oz. In 1S7: we V.-iv
a old basis. . 8i.U'(,r was not iu
.ciri'U'ution. Gold was recognized
a3 tho btandard. It was not made
the standard for it was ' already
t that. In 1875, it was proposed to
retire the greenbacks. In other
words, to pay the debt they repre
sent. This question was "discussed
until 1878, when it was decided
not to do this. Now, - the Secre
tary, of the Treasury must pay
gold for them and, then reissue
; them instead of letting . them re-
, main redeemed. This is the cause
of the gold trouble now. It is the
-reason the Treasury can not :ke p
iip its gold reserve, as the law rlsr
quires. From 1878 to 1894 ConX
' gresa bought, silver bullion and
made 425 million's of silver dollars!
ptnost of which are now in thlv
Yauits of the' Treasury, at Wash
ington. These dollars cost on an
average ot 71 ets. The government
I in order to buy the silver to make
these dollars issued 150 million
more greenbacks. Then to make
this grand financial. history more
glorious, Congress passed a law
allowing 330 million more of these
71ct8. dollars Kto be deposited
fwith. the Secretary of Treasury
and required Inni1 to issue certffi-
t cates for Jhem, and with these cer-
.tificates you can getAgold out .of
the Treasury, We rise to say that
we call this present system of fl-v
nance a system born of ignorance.
We have prosoered in spite" of it.
The Jaat Congress gave Protection
l a set back, and we should have re
joiced to our dying day had .the
'Democrats inaugurated" some
sound and safe .system of 'finance.
We have no faith" Iri the Republi
cans doing this. They are the au
thors1 of our present system They
think it goocfehough.
, In view of these few facts, we
submit the idea that, this silver
questiTJnJwblild now be dead, had
this country in 1878 adopted a
reasonable and safe system of . fi
nance. '.:'-.,. ' -
Articles relating to Lincoln
County history wil e gladly, weli-..
coined into these, columns, L We
should have an historical, society
to aid in this matter.
- We don't believe free silver
money would., be honest money.
We can't believe that a 52 cent
dollar is a iV honest dollar. ; After
all, the main issue between those
who advocate silver at 16 to 1 and
those who Oppose suqh a scheme is
one of honesty... . , - ;
' " . Some newspapers in this State
, hold up thfeir hands in holy horror
Jat thou8llt. tlmt some other
sent but by the Reform' Club of
New; York, City. We. refer to the
sound money supplements sent out
byome newspapers. Oh, well
but its-all in eood form for k
eilver new'spane'r o nfifl th nnu
I A Jk, - Ml CS
ments of the Silver Leagup. 1$
A lie sanfe old story f the Pharisee?
and the PublicAu.wj
3The A. r. ATi.
iy'the itepublfcan ConVenlion of
Massachusetts last week. It will
now be in order lor. Theodore I
lioosevelt to stop "talkiiig about
Hall Caiiie, an English Novelist,
is v iyitingThT'cTmntry. Like
-most Englishmen he, no doubt.
wonders at otir primitive Civilization,-
and'will write a book" about
as when he goes home. Then, we
shall all buy it and read it and
wonder why we were not born iu
England instead of America where
everything degenerates, as Wash
ington Irving once said.
The Silver mefi say that they
want thiacountry t) declare its
independence of English Gold and
J. P. Morgan & Co. The A. P. A
society say we are ruled by Roman
Catholic influence. If both these
assertions are true we respectfully
submit that the managers of the:
Atlanta Exposition ring that liber
ty Bell and send ont Tom Watson
as Paul Revere. We are iiV a bad
way. - :- '
The P(?j)iilij3t ays lie is a Jeil'er-
soman imocrar. - Lsut lie is no
more a Democrat - than Jmlas was
a fa Wilful a-po?tW; - The 1'oiHili.st -hides-hid.
real identity behind an
honored m.uuf? Hulls, at least, a
Sooinli-t, 4ind sometimes he bord
ers oil the anarchist. The "Ocala
Demands" tire a grand scheme of
state socialism. They, are even
more radical, in Tsonie respects,
than the programme of the Ger
We wish again to call the .atten
tion "of the public to the fact that
the All iance caused a rupture in
the Democratic part v. in North
Carol in a in 1S92. The silver ques
tion is now. being worked by But
ler and Company for the purpose
of making more division in the
Democratic ranks. It is the im
perative duty of every man in the
party who 'loves -North Carolina
and good government to stand to
gether on the fundamental princi
pies of the party, and give no aid
or comfort to those who would in
troduce new doctrines.
- . : -
The Hickory Mercury last week
tried to answer our inquiry as to
what made that 5 cent cotton last
fall. The Mercury says that the
price of. .cotton is now kept up in
order to "choke off" the silver agi
tation. Now, brother Mercury,
don't you know that is too thin?
Yoir know the Republicans said
formerly that the Free Traders had
kept. up. prices of :-certain article's
in order to show that Protection
was a myth. But every sensible
man will not be caught by such
rot. People dorit pay 9 cents for
cotton in -order- to keep Populists
mouths shut about low prices. Oh
no ! , . .
. .f . . - -
Tom Watson, .of. Georgiaj - was
beaten for. Congress the other day
by j G.. Block, Democrat. It will
no doubt, be news to our-Popniist
friends to hear of this. They can
expect Thomas to give liia full at
tention to writiug articles for
Populist papers during the .next
two years. While this would-be-Moses.
was- in Oofigress a few "years
ago, he spent most of his . time
hunting up-the:recor"d3 of "rascali
ty" practiced by the "old parties?'
We suggest that lie come to North
Carolina andwrite "".rip our last
I T ' a T- . 1
legislature. " W e have heard that
there are many things to be said
along on that line, it tmly a his
torian could be found.
Did you ever hear those holy,
righteous Populists ol 1892 talk
ing about both "bid parties" being
corrupts Theyeve,n went,so far
.as to say they were both rotten",
or became so, "soon-after they .(the
Populists) had left them. But in
1894 they forgot , their principles
and formed an alliance with hire
of those "rotlert parties." We
only refer to these things that his
tory may be- kept straight, " and
to ask the - Hickory " Mercury
whether he thinks a. nice, clean
honest party can-coop'erate'witli a
"rQtten, party add reiam its' -pur i
ty ? Ari'd'if not how long"' wjl .it
be till his Jopulisl Party will be
as rotten as he sai the.. Renubli-,
can. party was in 1892? .." You mav.
answer nrttatefy if cyQu 1 tnink it
will not look well in print I
IP M E IL I K
Jaryis is oiithe ixditical fence,
His back n a huinp; . .
.'TJie people" are in brutound sjs-pmse--
The old man's about to jump
Sore-head Henry has made t lie leap,
And landed With a'plunk
Amidst the motley Populist J eap,
Its cussedne.ss aini 4t8JTuiil:. - 3
Ex-Judge Spier. LlJiilumbht-4w;-f
For he has jumi)ed the fence,; , w
He's joined the Pops, I tell you
His Democracy hi past of tens.
Here's Eddie Chaihbers, oh whero
The man who made the call?
He's as dead as dead can be
'Neath the Silver-Smith dead
'fall. Chauncey Beckwith? Oh, let him
He's too small to stop!
W e'll not miss him from our show,
And he'd make a first rate Pop
-Rev. Dr. G. W. Holland. Presi
dent of Newberry College, is dead.
He was one of the most prominent
men in the South Carolina Synoi
t f the Lut.hern Church.
,,. r i- i ' e .1 i
hpis.-opal Church of the I S b
refund to r--viaH ib.f
Croed. Tlie XXX IX Ar
t5ll Ihr K;la opdl laith.
. T..o Southern Ruilwav Co. has
bought the Centra" Rail Road of
Georgia for $2,000,000.
Dr. Sarah Campbell Allen has
been appointed one of the assist
ant physicians at the South Caro
lina Asylum. Columbia. f Dr. Rab
cock is superintendent.
Harvard and Yale will not play
a match game of 'foot ball this
year. These College teams played
at New York last Thank8giving,aud
Rev. T. Dixon, Jr., preached about
it for several Sundays. This fail-,
ure to have a game in New York
thisyear means that Tamanny
Democrats will get two extra ser
mons by Parsou Dixon..
Allen G. Tnurman, Jr., is out
in an addresssto the Ohio Demo
crats advocating the defeat of Sen
ator B rice. He wants a 16 to 1
man or none.. Allan G. Thurman,
Jr.. will never be "the noblest
Roman of them all,' as was said
of his father.
Secretary of the Navy, Herbert,
is making sound money speeches
in Alabama. We have not heard,
but we would suppose that Capt.
Reuben Kolb has a spell of ner
vous prostration as a result of this
campaign of 'a hired reunion of
..Mrs. Rebecca Shot.well, the
mother of the late. Randolph Shot--well,
is dead. She lived at Rogers-ville,-
Prof. H. H. Boyesen, of Colum
bia College is dead. He was pro
fessor of Germanic languages and
literature. He was the author of
many entertaiuing booka,' among
the number, A Mooso Idyl." H6
was a I natlve-oi Norway. "
The Ain-rican Tobacco Trust
some time ngo entered suit against
W. V. Smith and Sons lor alleged
infringement on the.Bonsock Ci
g.ireito macliine patent Judge
tfimonlon of the U.' S. Circuit
Con rl decided against the Trust
bust week. We are glad that the
Tiust bus received this set back.
The Populi3l8 said last fail that
they were going to give a black,
eye in, North Carolina. lint the
legislature of 1S93 failed to act.
We hear that one of the Durham
Dukes is on Slate Treasurer
Worth bond. Wre wish to re
mind our Populist friends of these
Macraillans will begin early this
month, the publcatiou of a maga
zine of History.
Walter H. Page is .now one of
tne editors of the Atlantic Month
ly published at Boston.
Items o 11 ute row 1 13' ;3I.
For The Democrat
In seeking an explanation why
men advocate the tree and, unlim
ited coinage of silver a t the present
ratio, in opposition to the experi
ence of the past of all civilized na
tions, one is justifiedit seems, in
dividing them into three classes.
U The selfish politicians who are
seeking place bv h'ob nobbing with
the. uninformed and, prejudiced to
.secure their votes. .2. - Those -pet-Aons
who are in debt and wish to
(G dD IL:. K D IE M
nav llinir soundnonev obi iiritf ions
m a ozcent rujuar. inose jihjni,
iderstanding thtt iia-v
; I lire of th
which tlufer advfcate.
and, i)romjf)ted tV
.for this purlose alone,' if not dis
tinctly dishonest, one' mav at
'least ask himself tlitH-qutvition :
Whatls the ethical character of
I heir- action? Jl. Thotse who h-
notimlerstand the consfHpience:!
of. such action. in the now jijlr.
vaiu'Hl .tage of commercial ami
-onsniess intenronrsn neiwevn na
tions and the advanced stage wf
civilizl society. Thithird cfass
constitute the largest group of
voters; They - are honest ; but
but they have not expended any
thought on the, subject amL. they
kupw but little of the nierits or .de
nierits of Hie question at isnue, ,.
- V '
- t " . '
Prof. Caimes, an economist,
proclaimed in - lHfVV 1h.i(.' ii liij
.iidj'inoiil, jilv.r-r v:n tltrr enter-
" i .
in;; on tle i'o.ta.lo ilf fi4via4 io:i.
What a nronhei ! He had a poiu
(rating insight' intt the tveiul of
The habit or practice of many of
attributing the low prices of pro
ducts, of any kind, whether of tlie
iarni, of jhe diop, or of the facto
ry, 'to theVo-ealld demonetuation
of silver, is seen o be tlie merest
')Os)i when tine looks into t li sta-
iil it:.-i anil historVof his own coun-
t iv. Fi m th.. highest Hiitlmritv
Hi the l.nited MalfS, Wiihuirn that,
in j.:,., .vrative in the best
jn.in 4gJ eofloti mil Is turned .out,
in one year, worjeinj thirten and
fourteen hours a day, 9,fj00 yards
of cloth ; in 18vS0T one ojerative, in
the same mills, turned but, in one
year, working ten hours a davr 80,
000 yards. In 1840 the wages paid
were $175. a year; in 1886, the
wages paid' were $28o. a year to
each operative. - .
In the manufacture of agricul
tural implements, six hundred men
now do the work of 2,145 twenty
to twenty-tive years ago a dis
placement of 1,5-15 men over 75
In the manufacture of boots and
shoes a displacement of muscular
labor has been" "effected of 80 per
cent; and in the production of
children's shos tlie cost has ben
reduced one half.. . In 1845 each
employe made .1.52 pairs of boots
per day; "in 1885 each made 4.2
pairs; and now each makes 7 pairs
daily, an increase- in the power' of
production. of nearlyfour hundred
per cent. ... ..
In the manufacture of Hour, ac
cording fo tlie best testimony, a
displacement has been effected of
nearly threw fourths of the manual
labor necessary to- produce the
same product. From 1849 to lbS4
the increase in population, in the
United States was 141 per cent,
while the increase in the produc
tion of wheat was 410 per cent.
TKNTU. JUDICIAL DISTRICT."
Ct'awba Feb.1 8lh; July 22d.
. McDowell Mrt!cu 4u, Aug 19;b.
Burke March 18th, Sept. 21.
Caldwell April lsr, Sept. 16 b
Ashe April 18lb. Sept. 231.
Walaiga April 29 h. 0j. 7ib.
. Mitclirll "day Glbr Oct. 14 b.
. Yancey May I2tuf O :t- 23lh. -
ILEVINTII JCD1CUL DISTRICT"
TJuipn Jan. 2Sth, Ang. l'J h.
BUnly lVb. -I8i ht Sept, b. ..
Meiiktpnbarg "fM-rcb 4'b, tJuoe
3d, fept, 21, tDet'lfi b. v
Gaston March 18-.H; 3p.? 30 b.
Xj'lo'u Apiil 1U Oct..l4:h.- -
Cleveland April 15th, Aug. 5 h,
-Polk--l.iy !3..b. Nov. iS'.b.
U-ndrtrsau May 20th, Nut. 25tU.
TWrl.FTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT .
Ma-ti.-on Frti 25 tii, July 29 b.
Bunoin!e tMarcli lltb, tAog
I2tb, fl-. let.
Tratir jlvAiiU April lit, Sept.
II i Y wood Apt ll S b, 8epN 9lb.
Jncknon April 22 J, Sept. 23a.
M.tcon Mnf 6rh,'8ept;30tlj; "
OUy lley 13tb, Oct 7b.-
Cberokee May 20th. Oct. . 14tb.
GiabftT Juuh 3d, Oct. 2Stb,
Saiu Juo lOih, Nor. 18tb.
The success of Hood's Sareapa
rilla in conquering scrofula in
whatever way it may manifest
itself is vouched tor by thousands
who were severely aillicted by this
prevalent disease, but who ' now
rejoice over a permanent cure by
Hood's ' Sarsaparilla. Scrofula
may appear as a humor, or it may
attack the glands of the neck, or.
break, out in dreadful' running
sores on the body or limbs!" At
tacking the mucous membrane, it'
may develop mio catarrh or lodg
ing in the lungs leads, to .con
sumption. Come as it may,:.a,
faithful course of treatment with
Hood's Sarsaparilla wfll.overcbhie 1
it, for wording upon the - founda
tion of all diseases, impure blood.'
the system is clarified and vital
faed, and vigor, strength and
health restored to the body.- "'
The South ' lias ' oyer
.futnaoea. -. i
-; Pompeii's, rnics reCBDtly' Jirelded
a wire rope.
D G IS A
Tho event, in tho amumn,!
world this year wiM ?)f t',n -"
x,rronnru7o-i7riv Wild yit, n
ovcreilt :rars biiico this pvat
itld:utional entertainment ha
Deen R.fn in this vicinitr. mul in
t h s -x m rsnrlra"Tiiad an ex pe t i -vnco.and
a career tineiiualUnl in
tho wurhrs history. -
Tlie uiioilidal recognition - f -r'gt
govormmMits " is necessary i
Jeeure' the different clashes 6:
.horseman who comjose the humati
internal of the show. Thero nfe
Russian Cossacks and, Indiatis tkmi
Arabs and South American Gaurb-
Ks and C6vrlo8 and Plainsmen.
whom Colonel; Cody is the .
and: Moxican-lliirarb? fr-m ..!.!
'f-xico, lji;;ie(cd bv 4h. ml v ..
rin.l Siun r 0.rop..za. o.i T-..is
V"aiii rs ( Spanish 4 A n r. itti'i)
thuk ifif-!udiug nil ihf (iiiiiiiIiv -m-tiwiiM
ni- m-r'se'ineii, mi n:
coniunciion wtlu th.Mn ualrv
Iroin V!n!..liii;ejl;i;:aes; Knsrlmd,
Kr.ui.-.. and Uerni;uiy, ii'r.-ndi.g
the fitr greatest caviili y uatun..
if lire worhf. " "
The- magnitude ol I hi on tor
prii", which travels with all the
ro(uirom.?iiU of an army, is in it
self a tn:irvi l 1, riMiuirct two
I irain? 10 iun ri ir, :ini carrier 1
with it not only an nrmy of men
aim norses, put ine laigesl porta-
ile grand s.tand, capable of seating
20,OX) people, over consti acted,
and a portable electric light plant
of 250,000 candle-power,, which
gives a lustre ot midday .to ob
The entertainment, too, has leen
greatly altsrod,. enlarged 'and un
proved during these past eight
years. It sat at the gates of th3
Great ; Columbian Exposition at
Chicaco twoyearj ago, and as "the
key to all," as it was justly called,
rivaled in interest that greatest
achievement of civilized man.
The many thrillipg events which
stir the blood in literature aro re
enacted by the participants. The
ludian at homo; - his habit, cus
toms ar.d manners in peace and
war; his amusements and his la
bors, are all depicted. The life of
the scout, the emigrant, the pio
neer, the cow-puncher, aiid the ex
press rider, are all fully illustrated
with fauciuatiug verisimilitude. -
Added to this is the great edu
cational feature, presenting the
Congress of Rough Ridors ol tlie
World. - From the plains of Tar
tary and tho- steppes of Russia,
from the pampas of .South Ameri
ca, and from the flying cavalry ot
all the great standing armies of
Europe, they ccmo to hid us viow
them in friendly rivalry.
The sped ators seats have " ln
arranged in hjrsc-shii form, - giv
ing' all a lull piprlcct view f
tho arena. The top of the stand
will protect "from sun and ra.n.
It will not Im only a groat enter
tainment, but educational exhibit
nient has. been made for. uuhlic
coniforthiid at'higlit nut one act
will lomittrd: Those who can-
not attend in dayllfcht arrt assured
yji uuijiil'IU 1 AIUOlllOO ui- lilghl.
As thoFhiladejunia Ludi.T eniu a
few days ag: "Anyone who
misses seeing tho show must be
placinl in the same category with
tho man who nevor r.id 'Fncle
Torn'H Cabin.' ?', . : "
Naturally, tbo great labir and
propitious event which enabled
Colonel Cody ( Huflalo Jlill) to get
together this marvelous object lej
soii in history will - never le "rc
iwated, and this, opportunity to
gee them should not be neglected;
It will to in Salisbury, N.. C. to
day, Oct. 11. It will bo in Char
lotte Oct. 14, afternoon only.
pneumonia, scarlet lever, typhoid
fever, etc.; Hood's Sarsaparilla is
of wonderful benefit in imparting
the strength and vigdc- -so much
desired. . -
Marble is Vermont's most
able prod act.
Tho South' corn crop 600,00a
Ilood'a Tills for the liver and
bowels, act easily yet pYomptlv"
and effectively. - "
VroTiincI tlio AVorld.
, ? . Japan exports matches-
Immigration Is Increasing.
.: Sr. Joseph expect 31 tn.
Missouri has 38G coal mine. '
Du mark baa 226,000 farm; '
Baku. people ase clay aa fori.'
, New York boasta a snake farm.
. . Ejis are hatched by 'ectricity;
; .Brazil baa a 3100-karat diamond.
fWehaye 203.91G acrea of ' pea'
nata. . -
tt Stockton, Ca't, baa an Arab coU
ony. . " " f. . - "5 "
. .A Chinaman' inus ' in.! 6ielraa
hotel.. . , . . j tf
' ' France has 30G ooopeiatir ao-r
oietiesi ?.....,..-' - 1
. aliforoiaba-nstf reatfh'-atofa'ea for
The Sooth bis 400 active cotton
Father cf Law Prices.
In YW; w- " u
arv inn er
tie h r I in f I.
- liiw.:, ; .. tirr.r"
in offer now
i han it b:u ever
I ien our fileas
nre to offer bc
ture Ai' we
liuvo iod the
."jmce to talk on
many lines tCc
' will talk a little
have -by fr
;he largest line
we. have ever
many suits in
stucK toda' Uiat
were bought a
and can suit you
both in style
MEN'S S JITS S2.50toS15.00
HOYS SUITS S2.00 to $8.00
CHILDREN'S SUITS .60 to 3.50
.WlcJiavo tlie largest line of
Wc -havc ever carried- , .
WE HAVE PANTS FROM 50Q,
When you come to town come in
and set us whether you wont
to'buy or not, as it gives . -ub
pleasure to show
f We havo the largest stock of shoes
in Lincoln county and will
talk lo you about them
H-S.'RpBINSON & CO.
.pnp , or,v rix rV.n
' liAhdh AbSQU TMEN1
FRESH OAT-MEAb, CHIST.
rice, flour. hams. Wriifjs.7
FISH, CHEESE, MACARONI;
and ovorythlnK In tho-
Uect fully, .
J. b. rajvisaur;:
DR. T. F. co.sxnh
Offert hH pfdfes'alo'nsV Mrvlcol'o
tho Deonlo -nf TinnrnAn
li1 1 iv l.vjrr i a AT'is -nct i-U) owner, i-indor will ...Mh.' I 1
l 1 , ?i ? -.!PfaXir'l2tL. by letummg-
Ao nice lec;iuse : Jid bopK-'lo .r.. raou
: niwCANnvUposiliy, : l.z: Vutmoref . 1,,
"' Iv FltFSlI . . ... -4 . " 'Liin!nlntnn. M. C . "
roandiog country Offiit rc.DfUQMEIHl-FAfifll
next 10. tne isortn otate J
ltM-tMr. ' f
i - -
Chester & Lk.moi r lis. It
Oct., 3rd 1S05.
Lditors Democrat :
Any oue who anticipa'tes.viitljig.
the Atlanta Exposition T Will do
wen to seoTne before buying their
tickets. :Parueai of.tien or mofe
personally conductedand -every
attention giTen possible.. Ppfcia'l
arrangement havebern inad with
best boarding hdusar whenfttv-'r
class boariani IodeinccanbWtffA!
at fery low ratP8..,5.Aj -baffgaJ
Muvaaoa mrougn audCeiiyered'ai:
your boafdihg house"fre. '.Ajo
any one who 'expects"' to' 'ro'wet'
win save time and money bvcbrn
mncating with ms.-btfore puwbaV
mg their tickota. n IJf ,Un ai w z
DENTAL NOTICE. .
Dr. ! J. D; Little desires an-
noanco to the nnbi
ly those 1 wbohaA-eToqcesterl MnV'ta
m -oi.iai- I
.W bo m,Lhjco!ni
ho herclll.at hi vaTVZZZiZZtZ
Haruu 10 ao dental work.
Iliafnends will find h;
.North Rtnta -ir,i .
-fy w c ue&r VOUix 1
llODje. 1fLlo: of 1
i i as Uccoi.CIi;i(
I .Ai:i vi
the times n .
hV n iii:ui,
f profit :
dinply :i lh
Is ai a j iT-rt-I .. ,
CALL f )N Ml.
B. F. GRICQ
by Tirtue of a deret of ibf
chit wuii ui iinco'n I roctr
bo x-iparvp proceuio; f ntlt'M i
II 1 - ri sm M
diao of Wade E'ez 0-rnwfi!,rUi
dfrrd by the . rk of id c ;,"r ;
this the 23 I dy ot Siv. ls-
will at the Court IIguk tioor ;4 tii
uoamy at roon on Hon : 4
oINot4189:, i-eil to tie 1, c ,t'
bidder at public nu lion, twr. 'titC-
f f lrr4 lifeLin isiiiif iI.a . . -
w au -ufciii; nir ft:' f
one half Mr.to lot in ib . y
pquaie 01 ict iown 01 t,tni, ulcrl
x v., imij.j.iiihjj in" v.iait lot t
00 wuicu IM tutu 1 d a 1 no ft1(r,v
dwilog botn:f at!ooat? bif caJi
Tiatu inieret in noott.fr in
qatre ot mid town dMtooAji
auroat-'tii Mrrt-t rou. tie r
named loi) ou bicb i iiunt(i 1
bUctcm!ih bop etc. Th ottn
Qodtvtilr-d ha'l is ow-f d bv J. p.
CotnVeil. Trtras ol mId it
declared aMiavof pate. 1b:a 211
Do linger, A1qY
a 4- or. V.
Wo I more.
1 will be in LincoIntonCoatt
wri kv Ttio flefsiring ray t-ertru4
w.ll fiiid.ojrt at Dr. Will PmMi
ld Hauil, next iloor to Sir. Fintey'i
,pfllee.. SiUufACtinu guaranteid cf
mdtef teturdeJ. ...
- .. Dr. L. S. Fox. "
"2.... " Dentlrt.
rvk . ; - ' 11
r.v- . LOST- :
.-caiu pocet Dpok. vyaa lost be
IwcerLiueohiton and Lowes
villb'.pn iit. -Tuesday. The
it: 11 y Mr:ci.u..EEjrcKMrNT
I I 1
imners are ninn vilin n-rmnf
. t rf- 1 ; - . - - v. .
I - m m m m I
I ; .aluxTbat for all d- j I
;- :5W:Vri::..ur old saty - :J f
r: &2 ing in advance, wo tend . .
-mxi" one: YEAR FREE.
7k HOMn-XB FlvlLM is a 10
T.: gsriciriturat " journal
.". 'madeby 'farmers for farra-
: . er. " lliUfdne IXpartrneH
crrmluchWl "by .Aunt Jane, ;
" .V.y. uneVfu'alled". jjts Childp-n's
Dt?pamiAnt," condurt'1 l y
: . pa j the La timer, is -ntertaia-;
.-ir lugd- jostmctiTe.
ii Hcyrew jnow"and gel thi
j. gfeat:aTp;icultufal and hont"
V7"tlkigftj4ltfifc4iliti3if cater of
A wjll.ard tettampnt ol J. C.
,Cobb..Idn hircby botilj all pcii'oai
uBTing.ciaMna against said euie
to prVsoCtberame to- thi onder
aigfM vH.bio op jear fron ibi
OttdStf,pr liwx-otice will V
pleaded tn -BaVol ih
lAi.- WW"JM I. . tbe
TbU2dd U:L 1605.
Jo, L. Cole, rJiecator
of Jo3'rn C Cobb.
' M.L. 1
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wki in t