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XJlDX ID EM ? A.
1 - TOWN TOPICS.
wny don't you advertise if vou
. - V--V-" n -advertisement in the 1
-Items a "" " , Democrat? A
Lo wosvillo IVov.-.
man trying to do
1 Court next, Tuesda V -
7 F. -M: ? -W illiatifsi pfewtQi wa
,here Wednesday. ' . . ; ?
D. M. Hodges, . o. Charlotte, was
id Lincolnton yesterday.' ' "
hi. L- Ueafner, of Ileepsvillewas
iij our city Wednesday. .
IL A.. Thompson,-of Denver was
I oL our streets Wednesday.- m
1) A ('oon,.of RfHfvjRjp a.
business without advertising is like
"IURiU5 pieuy gin through a
pair of green ! aoules
Know -what you are doing but no
body else doe. r
BoJU jHuntihg's Bi Railroad
bhows Circus, Museum and Men
agpjie w billing Lincolnton in
UiHwist elaborate manner, and
georgeousness and variety of
thrill ime's 'as-
! en fiat.
V L Baker, of Hull's X i I ,
yii in town one day this wef ;."".
Xw ; su 1 sc ri i ers are." still :im-
jntT yd :ind ld ones are -renewing.
jr ,1. F. Iteinhardt, of Iron
Station, was iu the eity.Wednes-
I7 Miss Mamie Lewis has. returned
from a visit ., to rieds in Char
lotte. ' -..-;.
Mr. S. Herndonof ; esbjuxy,
S; a, isyisiting hisimJor,inVtaw,
-M.'1.M.'. Lawing,v. ' -
bVf. Seagle, '$'! P, kantl
Starr, of Uiefcoty; owere'in.
the city this week:--V- '
lr . A" M .' Vjie . n d f anuly . cvf
Charlottc'ar.e. in thfa-Gifrp, stwppfh'g
at the ITinson House: V '"' "
Mrs. J. M, Lawing wha hasbei
. yis.itinK in Cokesbury; je,e,:
tumed home , Wednesday..
. Mrs. M, F. Ruth, of Raleigh, who
has fjeen yiuting relatives In Lin-
colntoD. has returned home.
Miss Mamie McBee3 whojms
been visiting relatives in Sewanee
T&nn , returned home . Weduesday.
The" I. 0. II . (Improved Drier,
Heptasophs) will meet to-nigh'.t
rid organize! Let all attend.that.
Miss Janie Connor ? returned
ome Wednesday after -a visit of
iveral months to relatives 'and
iriends in Cokesbury, S. C.
Sirs. J. J Manning, of Charlotte,
ho has been"visiting "her mother.
,t8. E. H. Cauble in -thia city ,r re
ined ta her honfe Tuesday. -
Miss Jennie Wrenshall left Mon-
the beautiful printinir strikes one
Atent. .rha show is
bit' a;; it ever was.
jand no muiiy Jnn been-spared
iiiir- uiimiiii ii larger, lo lliaKe
it keep pace with . the very best.
The irresistahlc liob will be in the
vhj-li"$l"v Monanm jf all )
enormoas tents will
be spread on Motz's estate. . Don't
forget the day and date, Monday
Oct. 21st. i
l' 1 1 1 1 r
Mecklenburg Presbytery was in
session at.JRjitherrordton Oct. 1-4
Rev. Chalmers Moore, of Bryson
City, presiding There were thir
ty ministers and twenty-six elders
present- -Tliebusiness was of local
interest mainly. The question of
groopins of churches, and the en-
mleiito rietf church in Union
county was discussed and( order
nfadjio o?a)ni!zeanoYher in Union
county. The matter of special in-terest-&s
aitnyjtation to unite
yith Concord ! Presbytery in Cen-
tbnnial Exercises at old Centre
ch u rc hjljrdg 1 Ifr ( ofi hly . Ap r i 1 1st
ajnd 2nd, 1896, which. was referred
th," crmimittee of arrangements.
Rev. R. Z. Johnston, of Liucqlnton,
was nominated to 'breside at the
joint meeting next year. Prof
Huili "Grap aha If no. W. Moore,
ofAlJuritersvillfe, were appointed
committee-' i of?' arrangements for
next meeting. Presbytery ad
journed . to met atHuntersville
church OA-March 3ist 1896.
T. lie, p Titie.
By-fcight, by way of the Central,"
u Anniston, Ala., her old home,
spend a few days With relatives.
Luhch Oyeters, Salmon', Potted
Sim, "Corned BeeT; 'J)rj:edBeef ,
feese.Crackers, Sardines, Pickles,
tefApples, Candies" fec.at,P.
medical titlloef:b, says men
bid keen :t hir mt)ut'hs shut
tie asleep . There afe some.men
ofttd be betterOfr.it they keptr
lir niouths shut while awake.'
the State Fair,which takes "place
Jet, 22nd and continuing uniil
promises : to be thebesl
held; The one Cent per "mile
will cause a great many' to go.
laleigh that .would.iothBXwise
There is d one. thingtha we all
should learn, and that is, to be "on
tinie." There is nothing so im
portant as being punctual in all
matters. LasJb 'Monday riight we
sav. while at the depot, something
that might have resulted in & fatal,.
accictent to an agea gentlemen.
The Narrow Guage train arrived on
time" The Central train was late.
A gentleman (we do not know his
non de plume) stepped on tne
Narrow Guage . train with a large
valise in one hand and walked over
to the Ceptral railroad. In a few
minutes the Central train came in,
and this gentlemen stood looking
at the "sights" unmindlul ot tne
Farm rs are bnsy gathering co n
aud picking cotton. Neither corn
nor cotton will be a very full crop.
Wheat seeding ha9 u-t yet began,
but will in a few day.
Mrs. Geo. S. Duckwoith ii not
expected'to live. She lias fever.
Mr. T.N. Baker whose lip the Dra.
Davidson, removed for cancer in
doing fairly well.
The circuit S. S. Convention for
East Lincoln circuitwas held with
Salem S. S. Saturday. 0 :t. 0. It
was a success. Several dialog. i-js
were rendered by th girls" and
boys of Hills Cnapei S. S., and an
essay was read by Mis Dellia Ila
gar of same school. The essay ind
all tho dialogues were original
having leen wiiitH.i by a lnoiun
ot IljiU (Jhitp'l rhur.h. They
were prou unccd by those compe-
I lent to iudee as eood as the
Ubugiit" variety. Why should
we not utilize horn e talent when
it is available? John Puntch. of
of Marvin S. 8., was elected Presi
dent, Dan B. Thompson, of New
Hope a. oM Vice President, J. O.
King, of Salem S. S., Secretary and
J. W. Mcintosh, of Hills Chapel
S. SM Corresponding Secretary.
An Executive Committee of four,
one from each S. b. was instituted
to arrange for next conference. It
consists ot W. J. Wingate, Ed. M
Jetton, Mon. A. Nixon and J. Will
Mr. L. B. Wetmore, ot Lincoln
ton, has recently paid our town
several "professional' visits.
Whether he will uwiu" is not yet
CoLdX A,. Lowahas reind Ijis
Magistracy. "He made' one of our
very best officers. Old age was
the principal cause for his resign,
ing. His successor has not yet
" Mrs. I). Kincaid killed a chicken
wbAkawithin its crop a half
dime. It had i the . aDnearance-'of
having been there for some consid
erableU roe. : ; ' ' V- V r '
ioiiucs nave goiien reraarKauiy
quiet vsince "Cleveland,, has run
cotton up to 10c. Another prop
seems to be knocked from under
Populism. . -
Mfss Aqnie .Well s, of M t. Hoi -ly,
is visiting relatives here.
Mjr O. Lee Kincaid, of Stanley,
was over Sunday. fc v
Mr. A: A. Keeyer, ot KidsviUe. is
here "storekeeping" for Mr. E. L
CloniIrrT,CTmega", ot Hfce
Enterprise-it atiur. J. U.' CahinV
Mr. W. T. Long has bold his
land near here to Mr. J. O. King.
Mr. Long will have charge of the
large landed estate of the late Miss
jSaran M. Luckey near Triangle.
Success to the democrat and its
editor. Bill Shanks. ,
ra i'lro a
e u q w
At. 10 A.
i uith 4U) Mfii. Wonifn. Hor, EI
aml, OtH-n !) l-iw". Tigen, Lop-
Hvena- in the ROYAL 1'AllKANT.
CI R CUS
Male and Female Equestrians, Gymnasts, Acrobats
and Jugglers from thn 4 quarters of tbe giooe.
Everv department is at once Entertaining,
Amusing, Intersetuig and above all
Moral and Instructive.
BIG - SHOW - COMING
BIG 'ME N A G E R
ou can earn $5 each day "giv
ing" our absolutely ;ifccteBpen8ible
household article away. iNewpian
of work, making experience pnnfic
essary and jsuciess; certain for
either sex In any 'section. Sample
dn7nnn frpft Hrpdit civen. Freight
tM-J ( Uli - I v VS V w -w ' - - - o
fact that the train he had come in paid. -AddressirrMjeLRoSt 3To;
on would soon ue reauy lu ieave, jq -i iueiroso irarR, in.
but in 'Ashort order' the baggage
was transferred from one train to
the other and the Narrow Guage
train was then readv to 4 'pull out."
It gave the required signals and
began to pufstie the "even tenor of
it's Way"-and then 'it was that this
j .. .. ..
HniiKTY Officers : C. H.
it 8 Way auu Uiwi n was tuau kuw , m n Tiv1Qv
gehtleman'B attention was called 5,hde8, Sheriff ; - G. A. Barkley,
?, , , ' Clerk of Court: Jacob I. kilhan,
to the,iact tnax ' nis tram n i v-rfhr
Taivinff H started in a run and I .ul.rv"UB I
'V ' ii-f- r - ...
succeeded in reaching the last pair
of steps mst in time to eaten a
r-feold with one hand. Then we saw.
a race.' He" made an attempt to
'I Democrat, Republican or
iy uewspaper. ibe ucmo-
the only paperh)ufriisbf
Member of Legislature : J.
.iiijj Jilt I' T " i-m-'
- JL R: O
J V 1
-BIGGEST ELEPHANTS -r
Y&p- 'fSFfi? ,Hnu Lb .'
TCCP P O D & O Al K
I will attend M follows to receive Uiei
forlS95:J r .
V LowesviUe; Tuesday. 22nd October 1895.
Denver, Thursday, 24tb . .
M&cfeDAlih. Friday. 26h
Beam's Store, Tudy, 29lh . '
Bess Store, Wednesday J3um -
ReepatiUe, Thnrpdiy;"3TV . V
11. 11 tiBuDTS, onerin.
Lincolnton, N. C. Sep. 83, 1395,
Treasurer ; J. Thos. McLean;. Coro
ner; Or Oi Thompson, purveyor
Hulls X' Roads.
PntiNTv Commissioners : II. K.
Ramsaur. GbairmAn, Liricolhtoh';
? : 0:1 iTry , - i- onA Ramsaur. Chairman, Liincomton;
x , - , -. V- 1 i 1- 1 1
r- . ' i i i . . r r t riA 111111 , i i i ' - .
nnemou tu J Hulls X Roads ;' J . Reinhardt
tti the nagman, wuo nvus s auuu.5 srtinn - P A ThomDson
rlnsa bv. came to his assistance. I if011 station, r A uompson
County and it slinljl gato : W 4 'ohii iPg
Win the Goun : S MiSM
County Examiner: L. A. Ab-
lirnethy Machpelah. '
'VtJ I - . '- ; . - n
SS. w: Mclvee, mayor, Lincoln-
-. i o - U A. 1
on; Miss .va oiiamer xost-
St ..i. y ;lice. Lincolnton.
Mil III II I rl r W .
hadremainea on- mo iram no .wwo , f
Lonp. fpuianot have bttfn J
Jane, is "
lirtteu uy .
i ergetic xand - progress vft EnjEnxio ;
)neichan-ts has beerTcbn-
f h room for t
weeks ;-siaffftjfin.W50 arpgressing
prostration. ; JWre.,..i5e rla?.
rent two nicely lutnisned
rooms in some good, quiet family,
suitable for light house-keeping.
Apply-'at this office. tf.
J. C. Morrison, Jeweler,
-DEALER IN- '
Watches, . Clocks... Jewelry,
Invites you io inspect his stock
at Fold & ElamTs, opposite uap.
tist church in Shelby, lie naa a
largo and nice assortment of La
A,aa .rid Chililrpn'a Rincs. Go to
liim if you want your Watches,
In first-class style and workman
ship guaranteed. Prices to suit
the times. Ui Work Speaks . 13
Praise. Orders received through
mail will have prompt attention.
To the People of
UPPER LINCOLN COUNTY
Who are interested in GOOD goods and LOW
prices, I wish to say a few words. I have
F. M. KEIKHARDT,
More than any two stores in Cleveland county. Buying
goods in such large quantities, I get prices that the smaller
dealer can't get. and being satisfied with a small profit enable
me to do a volume of business, which pays better than the old
way of lig profits and small business; another reason why 1
can sell cheap is, I don't credit any on?, therefore don't loon
'anything, for the man who pays has to pay for those who don't
R. S. REINHARDT,
' Vr r Iron 6tatiox N. XJ
XlNCOLNTON, N C.
k REIKHARBT &,C0.
p to report, h;m bejttftr-ini4
to RftP Vnm rnrncrnin:
ce the little eight year old
er of Mr. andi MJfi.rlrT
1 arrived' hoylstep-
Kenorted Y for X Jffif Dek6craT
1 ' 1 1 A.
eiy Thursday morning oy vapi.
Wyr "The crc hfti Corn f j f . 50-
RirfNiiARDT Cv Morris)
General Merchandise .Cotton Buyers.
Private- Tlephone-Llncolnton N. to Iron StatJon. N. C.
Ilirnest Market price paid for Cotton and Oot ton Seed at all times.
' l?r 'e-8 V :5T?r Ik- .i -ia lint or baled iu anv Quantities. Giv
UOlipn DOUgUl iu 1110 vou,ivv- ' - -
us a trial. v, ... trtu
Iron Station, - - - - - woirn ywuiiui
four patentOVl jilftQD
kV'- 'V- " 1.50
rMf; ' -If theory weather continues J. M ,
. . - , r- t
hp.r. t - rr
Bides, N. C.
grandoaugnier, -v Bfcon Ham3
has malaria? leverT gomeU.1 3eef perlb. round-J
-fc familrST Latd, N C per lb
North CatfiTfa: ; a Jf'
little ffirl. wp ata lad rrrVri-R utter
ucb better thfmoro;. --i .rcVvir,r,r - wiey
.v: raises ---trace tniswAlK pj.-11- "$Jgg8
: --. '- "TTioDeT vou will .excu-ahort, j&ides.i
butor- 01 :
t ol J. C '
C will be
011 and spread his
T'Tiope you willexcu
j vfi. zist:xoMimtw letter tmswwArw!:wju" , j
ilroad Shows, omi"M9SSTh9A
lmageipwit!visi- H' "" Kespegtollyf -les dried "
ing of twa-flW nr0J. P Rrreilslariicitiach "
iHroncrt, v flWiSr3 tflf Tnft Oil I Sweet potatoes "
me uoiumns 01 an juv iui won Jax I t " h ' '
and it must -' ltert&a53i3&.
best cir?n5TTr o"
frltogAf h Pr -yns "V v.flTanrI rthoT trrncArifia tOO cheap. IL
unw ' waaffl mrtit VI O ftO tJ5t!,'tn Beeswax
' " T C '"k '
10 to 18
. 10 to 15
rr" "11 ininn hru . ...
ether groceries too cheap toj Blackberm 8, drie i.
HnnoTPQT w " "
I hav e the largest
stock of anv house
N. C, and Knox-
-ille, Tenn., all
cut in the very
latest style for
this fall and for
elegance of tit and
can't be ur-
suit from 12.00
to $20.00. Boy's
suits from $1.00
to $12.50. Child
reu' suiu 00c. to
and up. .Boy's
We Defy any and all Compe-
The Dress Goods Department
Is brim full and over-flowing wih the newest styles and
lates veaves that are out this season Boucle Cloth, Tailor
Checks Vigereaux, Marguerite Suiting, Novelty and Fancy
Suiting, Silk and Wool mix jdaids, Cashmers, Henriettas,
Serges, Crepons, Flannels, Ladies Cloth and so on.
Hats. Hats i t-iats i
Everything is bran new and the latest styles this fall. Hav
inz jobbed off every hat before the new tock came in.
Shoes! Shoes ! Shoes! Shoes !
For men, ladies and children are complete in every detail,
all at old prices.
Ladies' Cloaks and Opes I
The largest stock and prettiest styles ever shown bere, at
prices from to aAQ.w.
1 1 1 1 i
ii i n
FOR - GENUINE - BARGAINS - COME - TO
J W0 L, C O
Oiven away Frw with every fiu.iw ua tiu.w purcua.se at
e Pntrravini? or a beautiful pastel paint-
fr elass front with handsome Gilt Frame, sue 14 by 1. and
ohx ?80 inches. I wish to award my old customers and to in-
J ... m a mrA K rnnvinrw! tht I cira more
dnce new ones w ij o- -
and better goods for the money than can be gotten elsewhere.
L, M. JdLU. JLU
Shelby, N. C.
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