LOCA L UEPARTM ENT.
J. M. ROBLTITS, Editor.
rRK3BTTERIA. liov. R. Z, Johnstf,t
I n-jtor. 1 reaching every 2nd, and 4th
Sundays 11 A. it. and a p. AI.
.Sunday --ScIju.)! every Sunday ,-; p
Service lur young people every WeJuday
i Li ia 3
t'rtftc -long at Iron Station
1 ' . -n. t'dper JM il 1 Academyon
4 "j a, J Mm
atiuuiar. Key. Ji. T. steole, l'a3
tor., floating every 1st aad 3d Sundav .
11 A At., and 7:3 j, M.
Lutheran Kev J. A. Rudisill, Pas
tor. Bethpnage every lit Sunday ; Trinitj ,
every odouuuay ; Daniel's every 2nd and
4.:h Sunday, Hour lu a. m.
Lutuehajs-. Kev. L. L. Lohr, I'aatcr
St. Mark's every 2i Sunday ; Cnerry vili s
every -In Sunday. Hour, 10 a. in.
Lutheran Ohio fjv.Vju Rev, B. I.
West-inb.--.rger, paator, Lutheran Chape,
every 2nd suniay at lu:Jj a. m. and 4t i
Sunday at 6 p rn, hben-i.-i,-, 2nd Sunda
at J p in alii 4th Sun Jay at 10:30 a in.
Laboratory Mills, on 2nd and 4tu Sunday-,
at 7 p ia. lidtUel, 1st and 3rd Sundays a;
10.30, a in. Friday's School House, Is;
and 3rd Sundays,' 3 p rn.
Baptist. Kev. M. p. Matbeuy, Pastor.
Prea-Jug every 31 Sundays at 1.
A. M. and S. ooP. M. Sunday School
every Sunday at 3 P. M- Prayer meetin :
every Thursday evening at 7:00.
Efi-eoiML- liev. W. II. W'etmore.Rec
tor. Service-? every Sunday at 1 1 a m, ex
cept 2d Sundays; at niht, on 1st, 2nd am.
cv-.'ry o'.lier 4tu Sunday; Holy Cointiiunior
l;t and 3rJ Sundays ; catechising cl child
ren every 3rd Sunday in the P Al. Ai
eoi Jiauy ;;iyited lo attend. Seats Free.
LINCOLNTON , J USE 23, 1893.
All .vjbcritera who will come up
aud p y ibeir oack dues ou fjiib
aoriptiou it the rates of 81.25 and
pay ouh dolLir iu addition, can get
the Coukilk one year from date of
such payment. All who are up
with subscriptions to date can get
one year subscription by paying
Si.UU cash ii advance.
Tuib proposition is good ouly lot
Col. II. 0. Jones, of Charlotte,
is here this week, on legal business-
Mrs. A 13. Owens, of Charlotte,
is visiting Mrs. VV. R. Wet more.
Mr. Ernest Iloey and wife, of
Hickory, spent last Monday in Liu
coluton. Mr.Thoa. Wells, of Newberry,
IS. C, is visiting relatives iu Liu
Mis. Council, of Councils, !N. C.
is vitji'ing the family of her brother,
Capt. P. J. Idte. .
The court of arbitratiou be
tween C. and V. H. Motz has been
opfciit! again this week.
Misses Cariie aud Alda Motz
Jelt Liucolnton last Tuesday, lor
Morehead city to attend the teach
Miss xugie Caldwell, teacher
in the graded schools ot Statesville
is vieiting here, the guest ot Llrs. J.
Messrs. Geo. F. and Henry
Coon of Virginia were at home on a
visit to their father, Mr. David Coou
Miss Edua Robmsou who has
been teaching near Wilmington has
returned to Liucolnton for the va
cation. 1. H. Cvbb. L q. aud wife, of
Asbevilie, are iu Liucolntou this
week, the guests ot Mr. and Mrs. S.
A printing ctlke is no place for
loafing, but a delightful place to
transact subscription and advertis
- We return our thauke to Mrs.
C. E. Goer for a basket of nice,
luscious j-eaches and a couple heads
of very fiue cabbage.
Judge W. A, Iloke and his sis
ter, Miss Sallie, have returned heme
and expect to remain here for sev
An old colored woman found a
btick iu au old chimney of ber
house at the laboratory Cotton
Mills last week which had the date
1777 carved on it.
Miss Nellie Rankin, of Mr. Hob I
ly, and Miss Sadie Graham; of Mach I
elah, have been vi&itiug friends in
Liucolnton, the guests of Miss
Tbe Charlotte -Observer reports
a slight earthquake shock in Char
lotte Tuesday night and says that
at Greeneville and Jacksonville the
shock was much more seveie.
The editor leaves this weelc for
the World's Fair aud will be gone
about nine days. The young ladies
ot the o2ke will be defined to
wa't upon all who may be pleased
to py subscriptions or transact
T. H. Tud, a native of Corea,
will lecture iu the Methodist Church
in Lincoluton, Monday uight June
20. Subject: Corea, its people, cus
toms, missionary prospects, Arc- All
are invited to come and hear this
living representative ot the heathen.
M, T. Steele.
Mr. Vance Davidson who lias '
puaiiion as telegraph operator
at Chester, was at home on
a visit last Saturday.
Mr. (J. W. Taylor, of Atlanta,
southern passenger agent oi' the
.Seaboard Air Line, came to Lin
colnton Wednesday evening to
accompany Kev. M. 1. Matiienv
and party to the World's Fair.
Lienry Taylor, our wortby bar
ber, will leave next week for Blow
ing Rock, having received an oftr
to ply his art at that place forafe
months. The shop here will be cor
tinued by "Bad" who will be pleas
ed to wait on all customers and
give tnem the beat of work aud at
tention. In copying the proceedings of
the commissioners two weeks ago
we made au error iu the ilem con
cerning tire release of Mr. P. F. 13ax
ter from rents- It should have been
stated that he was released for 1892
and 1893- It was simply an over
sight on our part. We since dis
covered the error by referring to tee
Mr. J, A. Askew, who has bai
the superintendency of the Souti
Fork paper mills for the past yew,
-in . -ii -. ...
uei" .eiisea tue urn is ana win vigor
ously push forward the niannfact
ure of papers. Our friends of th-
newspaper fraternity of North Car- j
ohna will do well to correspond with j
Mr. A3kew. We should
our borne manufactures.
Died at tbe residence of her
father, Mr. E. W. Stabbs, Lincoln,
ton, on June 13. 1893, Mrs. Henri
etta Gaston, aged 3'J years 11
months aud 2 days. She was a con
eistent member of the M. E. Church
South. She leaves a husbaud and
three children. Her remains were
buried on last Monday iu the ceni-
etery at the Methodist church, Rev.'l
M. T. Steele officiating.
Chas. W, Branch, the News''
compositor, whose throat was burn
ed out last February a year ago b
a driuk of undiluted ammonia, taken
iu mistake for corn whiskey, and
who has been at the Grady hospital
iu Atlanta for eight months past,
has leturued to Charlotte. lie is
iu excellent physical condition, aud
is ready to begiu setting type atraiu
as if nothing had happened. Char
We have au accouutof the late
Commencement at Roanoke OoU
lege, Salem, Va., wherein we note
Pres. J, D, Shirey, of N. C. College,
is one of the vice presidents ot the
General Association of Roanoke
stndeuta; that Canol Herman Lit
tie, of Hickory. N. C, who delivered
au oration upon "The Monotarj
Problem," received tbe degree oi
Bachelor of Arts, aud that the de
gree cf Master ot Arts was confer
red upon David Wallace Robinson
A. B., B. L., of Lincolntou, X. C.
Press and Carolinian.
The Landmark says, in speak
of the Stateawlle graded schools :
"Superintendent Thompsou and all
the teachers employed during the
past session have been re-elected.
Some members of the board think
another teacher will be necessary, as
there are more childien in the first
grade than one can manage, but the
board has not yet decided this mat.
ttr. It is exptcted that tbe num
ber iu the first grade will be reduc
ed next sessioo, but should this not
be tbe case another teacher will be
almost a necessity."
As announced last week, Lin
colntou Lodge No. 137 will have a
public installation of officers on Sat
urday June 24th, in accordance to
the following programme : All
members will meet at the lodge at
10 a. m. Installation at 11 a. m. at,
tne court Mouse. Uter said ser
vices a lecture will be delivered by
A. Nixon VY. M. Subject, "King
Solomon Temple," after which the
lodge will adjourn. At 2.30 P. M.
there will be a meeting of the Eas
tern Star at the Lodge, for initio
ating members etc , to which all
of those intitled to membership are
invited, both men and women. Re
fresbments will then be served by
the lodge, before adjournment.
The Brirte ami iarooui at
Mr. Hugh Jenkins and s bride,
who were married at Spai jenburg,
at 4 odock, p. m., Thursday of last
week, accompanied by Mr. Blair
Jenkins, Mr. W. A. Fressley, Miss
Bessie Jenkins and Miss Alice Grig
returned to Lincolnton the same
l night, coming from Gastouia by
private conveyance. They report
jolly time till tbey reached toe "one
mile branch" near Lincolntou, at
which place the public road decided !
in its tenderness to receive a kiss j
from the charming bride and ber
amiable lady attendants, at any risk, j
So it lowered itself on one side!
dTITE JL 31
carnage to turn the
joyful party out. If earth could
hear, it would, Imve learned at onc
that a perloimance of that kiud, es
pecially on an ocean. on like that, was
eontemptabh in the tits and expe
rience of those who had to partici
pate. Thre wan a considerable
shaking up in the accident, but lot
tuuately no one was seriously hint.
On Friday night Mr, and Mrs.
Jenkius held a reception at his resi
dence, aud a large number of ad
miring friands called and bestowed,
opon them showers of congratnla
Alarriatre of Ilr. J. F. Fox.
We take pleasure in publishing
tbe following extracts from an ac
count of the marriage ot Dr. J, F.
Fox, a former popular young pbysb
can, of Llncolnton, taken Iron,
the Charlottesville (Va.) Daiui
Progress, of June 15th :
The residence of Captain E. A.
Fulcher, a few miles from Staunton,
was the scene at noon yesterday, of
a very pretty home wedding, made
quiet, however, by reasou of recent
bereavement. The contracting par-
"ties were Miss Annie Fulcher, one
of the fairest ot AnptismVi muni
fair daaghters, aod Dr. j. Ffftacke
Fox a populdr pby8iciaa of B:u
tieki W. Va. The ceremonv was
performed by R?v. JL. A- Fox, D. D.,
a member of the faculty of Roanoke
College and a brother of the groom,
assisted by Rev. B. F. Shealy, pas
tor of the Lutherau church in
Staunton. The bride looked lovelv
in a white muslin, .?hich wascbaog'
ei alter the ceremony for a hand
some traveling dress of black.
The popularity of the parties was
atte8ted by the nUujber aud b,aut?
ot the presents received.
The bride is a lady of rare quali
ties of head and heart and possessed
of a sweet aud amiable disposition
that never faded to make her a
boat of trieuds wherever she was
To her many excelleut traits of
charter are added a fair lace and
the accomplishment of skili and art.
The groom is the resident sur
geon of the Norfolk & Western
railroad company at Bluefield and
has an extensive practice. He was
born iu North Carolina aud is the
son of a famous physician of that
state. . Although a young man he is
recognized as one of the most skill
ful surgeons in the South.
With mote than the ordinary
sincerity aud from a high personal
regard for both, we wish them uu
bounding happiness and prosperity.
11 y Stage to Oliimney ICock.
j Special to the Charlotte Observer.
Hamlet, Juue 20. A party of
newspaper representatives arrived
here to-night for points along the
Seaboard AirLiue on a tour through
to Hickory Nat Gap via Ruther'
fordton, aud will make the latter
part of the journey by the nesv stage
line through the most picturesque
section ot the North Carolina moun
tains. General Passenger Agent
T. J. Anderson is in -charge. The
members of the party are R. G.
Hided, Richmoud Times; John L.
Weber, Charleston News and Couri
er; A. B, Camp, Norfolk Landmark;
S. A. Ashe. Raleigh News and Ob-
server; F. A. Olds, press correspood
eat. The following railroad men
are also in the party : William Mou
cure, W. II. Williams and C. Mil
liard. The company passed through
Lincolntou, Wednesday morning
aud sent word up town for the edi
tor of the Courier to join them, but,
it being his first intimation of the
excursiou, it was impossible
tor him to get ready to "join in.''
Two ot Randolph s Charges.
Mr. S. Wittkowsky has iust re
turned from a business trip to Ran
dolph county and according to his
occounts the poor house there is
something of a museum: (1.) He
was told by reliable citizens that it
has as an inmate a creatare which to
iall appearances is half dog and half
;man. He (or it) goes on all hoars
J an(j has the face of a dog but tbe
j body of a man. (2 ) Not long ago
a citizen of the county was ordered
i DV the commissioners to the poor
! house. The officer' fee for the de
j livery of an inmate at that iostitu
tiou is $2. This geuuioe took him-
a j sejf there and tben Loade oat a bill
I against the coanty for 2 in his own
fay0r: "County ot Randolph, due
John Smith for delivering self to the
p0or hoase, $2." Charlotte Observer-
re you interested in Lincoln
coantjf Then take the Coueiee
IX 43 ID j, a D 1Ml.HR I E 1R
Item From Knilierlord
trrpondpnee d the C'UrIe
Wy are now bating a remarkably
wet reason. Wheat is leady for
harvesting, and it i-i liable to bo in,
j u red iu the grain, even it it does
not fall down with the dampness.
This wet spell was introduced by
one ot the grandest thunder storms
ever expeiieuced iu Buike comity.
It came In the morning, about three
o'clock. The lightnings resembled
tremendous bannona firing. Almost
every flash came to the earth with
awful crash. A great deal of fresh
plowed earth is goue down the hills.
All vegetables look well. Forward
corn is iu silks, and tomatoes are
The Rutherford College finished
a very successful year on 21th tf
May. and the younger part of the
faculty is ruuniug a Summer Nor
mal for 40 days. In the classes, 7
Italians are studying the English
through the medium of the French
Grammar and Language. These
people are called " Waldepses", a
Christian sect which arose under
the teachings of Peter Waldo, near
the close of the twelfth century, in
certain valleys of Piedmoni in Italy
They have frequently been con
founded with the Vaudois ; also with
the Albigeuses. They claim to have
a distinct sect through ai tbe pers
secutions and troubles of the Re
formation ; and, to preserve the
Scriptures fne from change and to
continue them arnoug their people,
they require their children to men
orize the entire New Testament.
They are a pious, polite, handsome
people, aud practice, I think, the
Presbyterian form of worship. They
are no Romau Catholics, nor do they
claim to be Protestauts ; but simp
ly Christians, having come down
from the apostles. They have a
regular Pastor who exercises them
in religious matters every Sunday,
and often every night. The Pastor
can preach in French or in English;
though the others caunot under
stand or speak a word in English,
ouly as they have beeu taught since
landing here. They are a "grape -raising,
cloth-making" people, and
for these purposes, and to eujoy re
ligious liberty, they have bought
12,000 acres of laud adjoining tbe
college land, and are commencing to
build a city.
Remarkable health is enjoyed
over all eastern Burke. Fruits will
be sufficient for eating purposes;
but there will be none for distilla
tion. Tbe "blight'' has distilled the
portion iutended for the process of
distillation by the strflhouse mur
derers, before It came to perfection.
More anon. Success to the Coum
P. S. Dr. Abemethy speaks of
going to tbe "Religious Congress,"
to which he has been elected. V.
The Wives ol U.&. Grant ami
Jerf Davis Will soon
Jleet For Tbe First
New York, June 17 Mrs. Ulys
ses S. Grant and Mrs Jeflersou Da
vis are to meet- The wives of tbe
two great leaders will exchange
first greetings at Cranston's, on tbe
Hudson, in sight of the West Point
Military Academy. The place has
macy associations dear to ih
hearts ot botb, as their husbands
were graduates of tbe academy.
Mrs. Grant is now a guest at
Granston's aud Mrs. Davis will
stay at the sme place. The two
ladies will thus meet every day.
Mrs. Graut is speaking of Mrs. Da
vis' intended visit sa:d she hoped
she would not d:sappoiut her as t-he
did last year. She is very ahxioas
to become acquainted with her.
Mrs. Davis and her daughter,
Miss Tionie, are at the Hotel Marl
borough and will remain there un
til next week, when they will go to
Cranston's. Mrs. Davis bas ex-
j pressed a wish te meet Mrs. Grant
on the ground which is of such his
toric interest to both. She feels
greatly pleased with the kind ex
pressions of interest Mrs. "Grant has
manifested in her coming visit.
The Board ot Commissioners of
Lincoln county will meet at tbe
court bouse in Lincoluton on tbe
second Monday in July, 1S93, for
tbe purpose of revising tbe tax list,
and ya'uation reported to them. At
said meeting, all prions objecting
to the valuation ot their property or
to the amount of tax charged a
gamst tnem, shall be beard.
By order of tbe Board.
B. C. Wood. Cleik.
Jane 23, 1893. 4t.
Rf.oit d lor ibe- CiTRiKii every
Tisui.-iday morning by Capt. B. F.
(Tot ton 7
Whe.it per !U GO to 00
Flour Pal en t
. . ri
" " .N C
" round 5
"N. C 12
.... 124 to 2o
10 to IS
Apples, dried " "
Peaches dried " '
Apples green per bu... 4o
Peaches green " " HO
Sweet Potatoes " "
Irish 44 " " oO
Onions " "
Omon sets ' "
Cherries " 00 to 100
Cherries per qt 0 to 0
Bees-wax per pound . . I2h to 16
These are cash prices. No
"tiade" bids offered.
Office Cousty Board of Pensions,
Liucolnton, N. C.
A joint meeting of the County
Board ot Pension", aud the advisory
Board of the Pensious is called on
the hist Monday iu July.
All persons who wish to make
applications for pensions, who have
not done so before, will send in their
application on that day, and if prac
ticable appear in person before tbe
By order State Boatd of Pensious,
R. M, Roseman, Ch'm'n,
County Board ot Pensions
June 10, 1893. 3f
PEARS, APPLES, &c,
At prices that wili astonish you
for cheapness. All goods guar
antaed to be O. K.
Superior to Northern packed goods,
as numbers of testimonials witness.
Your patronage solicited. Write on
postal card for prices.
J. T. McLean.
Lincolnton, N C, June 16, 1893- tf.
I SALE OF REAL ESTATE
By virtue of a dtcree of the Superior
Court of Lincoln county made in tLe cae
ot A Nixon Adra'r. against Julia A Mun
dy and others, dated June 8 1893. 1 will
oifer tor ?le at the court house door in
Lincolnton at 12 m, on Monday 10th July
1693 the following described real estate :
of an acres adjoining lands of W A Gra-
ham and others; also acres aijo-nins
lands of J P Siticrd and others ; also the
reversinary interest in widow's dower, 23
acres, adjoining the last tract. Terms of
sale ; one third cash, balance in two equal
installments on six and 12 months time.
Title reserved until purchase money is
paid in full. June 9th 1S93,
A Nixo.v. Adm'r.
FOR r enovating the
entire system, eliminating
all Poisons from the Blood,
whether of scrofulous or
malarial origin, tin's prep
aration has no equal. , ,
"For eighteen months I had an.
eating sore on my tongue. I was
treated by best local fhysicianc-,
but obtained no relief; the sore
gradually grew worse. finally
took S. S. S., and was snttrely
cured after uAng a few batllesJ
C. Y.. McLemope,
TREATISE on Blood andSlda
Diseases mailed free.
Thb Swift Specific Co,
Bv virtue cf a mortgage deed executed
by Mrs Malvina A Ramsaur to Mrs. Eliz
abeth Thompson on the loth day ot Sept.
1884. registered in Book 55 paee 199 of
Deeds and Mrtgarres for Lincoln county
NO', same b";iug duly assigned to me by
deed of assignment executed on the 3rd
day of Apr. 1893, duly registered. 1 -will
sell for cash to the highest bidder at the
court house door in Lincolnton N C, on
Monliv 26th dav of June 1893, at 12 o--
ClOCK m ail OI Iliad naw U' lara w.
t . t n, .r r ,! .-, nine
: ll'nusuill JU'UUv'lli -wu"i..', - , J 1- .
the lands of Mrs Dr J M Richard-on, vv .
A P.udisill and ethers- Said land kmwn
as the O'Niel tract Containing ly ef ma-
tion 225 acres. This 2ith aay ot 31 ay
1 J Sullivan. Assijn-e,
Mrs. Elizabeth Ihompson Mortgagee,
S G Fi.vLfcT, Atty for Ass urn -e.'
SnbenbeTor tbe LINCOLN COU"
BiEE, SL25 a year.
OUH STOCK IS BOUND TO GO!
Wo Havo laid in a Very Largo stock of Seasonablo Goods,
WE BOUCHT GHEAP-WE SELL CHEAP.
A lot of goods turnvo! qtiiok at ti close margin is plenty good en
ough for us. Now is the time to buy a. No. , Goods (none bet
ter on earth,) at very close manufacturers' prices. V0 l bua
ness to live, we live to do business, and the way to do it 3
To oiler the very best grades of goods at
Prices that make them Jump.
Commencing right now we are going to give bargains to al
comers until the goods are gone.
WHERE DO YOU COME IN ON THIS BIG
There must be Something you need in onr line, there can't bt
a better time or place to buy it.
TTA T rwDO Gentleman's OUTFITTER
JlNU. IJ. lAJlMJ, and FURNISHER,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
NOTIONS. SHOES AND HATS.
LiNCOLNTON, NORTH CAROLINA-
To thejeitizens of North Car
olina and adjoining States :
i call your esnecial attention to
my Double Stock Plows, cotton
planters, Cotton Harrows arid Gib-s
Plows, the best ou the market.
You can to lose a number f iu?als,
us there is money eaved ; hut you cannot
atlV'rd to lose tne -p ortunitv ot t-uywig the
alcove mentioned iMriu'ng Implriuems, a
there will be money h
I still keep tLe Camel kin SLoe, aui
my J3.00 Congress Shoe in btotk
I also keep a general line of mtr JianJUo,
( and everything a specially.
Apr. 11 '03. ly. F. A. TOBY.
Are still running and are
prepared to repair Engines,
SAWMILLS, THRESHERS, Cotton
gins and cotton mill MACiun-
ery etc., at living prices. Will
also keep on haiiK a full stock
of castings, such as plow points,
! of all kinds and sizes, hangers.
and pulleys j will also give
prices on wood-split pulleys.
"Will have a good line of i.ipini? and tit
tings of all kinds. Will also have a g d
Black Smith to do all kinds of Blacksmith
work. Anv one having any work to be
done in our line will d wall to cad on me
for good work and Kook Boitoui Prices.
Orders troni a distance will receive
Give me a trial and Le convinced.
YOUK5 TO .SERVE,
LB. ST U 'ITS.
Lincoln Foundry &
Machine V orks.
Feb 10, 1893. tf
Tbe hiieat ami cbodpHct lime in
America can be bad i uiy quaulity
on application to the
Agent at N. G. R. R. Station,
inoointon, N. C.
Aug 51892 jtj It
rsnift most v-tJS&'-'-ii
THE NEW DEERIMG MOWER.
The jSTew Leering. Tfan Dec-ring (JUnt, The Deerinir Junior Giant, The Deerin
One-Horse Mower. THEY NEVER WEAR OUT.
RAKES, RAKES, RAKES.
Full Line of repairs always on hand-
j 3E3L" Bisaner, -A.g"t
Liincolnton, 3XT. O-
By virtue of the power ol sile contained ;
in a mor'gago executed ly Kott L Jonas
to the undersigned to secure ibe payment
of a debt, to which mortgage as recorded
in Lincoln oouniy Registry Book 07 of
Deeds, pages 4G2 et f-eq reference is made
for a full description of the la' d and a full
knowledge of its terms de'ault haviDg
been made in the payment of the debt and
the power ot sale having become operative
I will sell at public auction for cash at
the Court House door in Lincoln county
on Mo.iday Sri day of July 1893 at 12 o'
clock noon, the lands described and con
veyed in said mortgage lying on Indian
creek in North Brook Township adjoininz
the Jands of P B Bess, Philo Jonisand
otters containing 1.j9 acres. This 2Dd of
I .. Kni
I .urs raizavein Jonas,
Ileoecc-i Jorja3, Mortgagees.
5-9 '9X tds
JPy your s Joscnptioa to the List
Subscribe for the Coueiee.
A W REEDY.
Of every kind. The best
Nw York and other markets
afford. I have but one price
and that is the lowest. Satis
iantiou (iuaianteed. Call and
A. W REEDY.
Floring & grist
B. JAMES, Proprietor,
L'ucoluton, N. C.
Be sure to come and look at
my furniture before buying
Twiu Gin House. Two First
class gins; one 70 and one 40 caw-.
Charlotte prices paid for ci tton
The flouring and grist mills will
be run regularly every day from
this time on. Sept. 11, 1891.
MONEY TO LOAN
On long time and easy terms
in amounts of not less than
$300.o0. Secured by first
mortgages on'JKeal Estatejpay
ment mide by annual install
ments. Due Nov. 1st. each
year. Apply to
.SG. FINLEY, Att'y atiLaw,
We have now opened a First
Class "Ice cream'' Salooo and con
fectionary of all descriptions. Give
as a call and be convinced that oar
decire is to please all customer,
S- E. Mauley & Schuyleb,
I. S. Ice cream and cakes of all
descriptions made on short not ce.
5-20, "93. If.
By virtue of a power contained m a
mortgage from Wm Scnenek and wife to
LK Robinson, recorded m Book 67, page
317, Register's Office,! will sell atpubl'e
auction to the highest bidder, for cash, at
the court house door at 12 m June 30 1833.
the land described in said mortgre, to
which reference is maJle for a more par
t cular descriotion-
Assignee of Mortgagee.
May 30, 1S93 Uj-