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IX. No. 431
CONCOKD, N. C, TUESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1S95.
"WiionE NO. 1,4H
V IT 71
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.M i W y m fia r n 4
r M1CT SHOT
AM LL BLOWN THE VIC "l IM. !
":pity Miaif!' Mill IT -1 rt I? rown
U ?; !c-; F!it;i Poim WiJIi a Hotllc-I.-r.
Ar, hvy "Af'ior 'i'l'.v
NVIiUu-t he majority of the colors J
-eople were cade! ri'.rag today there
a j oi;L -viio -v : 1)103- too gayi
Will IhO'vn, an ex-cony:et and
soi.:whar. of a deperate negro, rilled
V..c pockets of George Faggart, who
". eiiiphr.Ld a". Brown Eros, livc-ry
Fasgarr swore out a warrant for
Erown's arrest", 'Squire W J Hill is
suing sank1, '
T:u tannin was turned over to
H hern i Sim, whereupon :e:irch for
Brown found him at hu old haunt
at t ne dc ot.
IVuuv Hi il was also on the
and a-: Brown wa brought out
of the L.liehoiue o th-4 ieU of the
depot, he m ule a br and ran for
liberty. , D.puty iiill followed him
in cloe ;:urv:if, and when th-? had
crossed the creek
".ha f ;fa-;cd hill, Erown Kirned on!
Mr. XX III .aid. struck him in the;
mouth with a. U:sk, . knocking the
d. d-. v down. Brown ciinched
-.puty about the throat and made
a desp.rat'e effort to relieve the otli
cer of gun, but consciousness re
furred about that time and he made'
:nings hotor the xegio. He llred:
at the negroes head but missed his
Thrown loo sensed his grip at this
change in the programme and at
tempted to rick up a rock. While
was yvt in a steeped position the
c fiber fired at him the last ball and it
th". cl und .r the left, shoulder.
Th: r.2"ro ran several hundred
vards after being shot, but was f-oon
overtaken and brought back to
-1 All .bis !
i )L L M Archey was joalle-d in ut
:he i una probed for the ball, but
iir Kfi8 not found.
e uegt'o is not seriously hurt,
- :t it ;i j . - tfy bad scare for him.
,,' Brown i-j ,tn exconvict, laving
served a 'i:: month's term on . the
:b -vi u ga a g f :r fighti n g. -I
Deputy Ijiil, besides weiring mud
ay clo'lu, ear.ie3 a nicely dressed
(mouth around with him. 'He has
v b::;-. r p; : :'. cu his nck, U ).
- While Deputy Hill's pui itics are
't not iii accordance with ours, we ad
i mire 1'i-r; for his pluck an 1 nerve.
amount oi 3. o.
Brown was intoxicated.
... 1 y a VhIaJ I h 1'.
We were promised a poem on the
failed'to cr me in we clip the follow.
mg from the Constitution :
My Ii ' aid the poet, "is full of woe !
A n.-L-ular Finir-soner sijjrh . .
VhenI wi ;oapocmou,beuutiful snow j
lit meli 'fore the ink gets dry.'?
uti-.S and an i and an o and a u,
j)ii an x at tin end, spell l,Su,"
T.-nd an c and a y and an e spell "i,"
' jt. hut is a speller to do?
also an s and ;,n i ,;KI
V$i lw d spell cide "u,!o
"T Trb's nothing left for a ppfler to do
ftt togo and commit fciouxeyesighed.
Tiio JLc.ve t'oiEir.niry to II;u!iiIe Cro-
ciS'Rs--CSiajis in C'Ier!kS. j
Monday night a. deal was made to
the effect th?t Mr. John A Kimmons,
who ha3 for years been running a
grocery store, sold out his entire
stock of goods to the Lowe company.
This Arm will move their slock of
clothing from the Boyd building
into the store room with the gro
ceries some time this week, until
other arrangements can be made,
It is not known yet what business
Mr. Kimmons will go into, but we
will not lose him fropraruong u1.
Work men are b'jsy overhauling
Mr. Lowe's new store room. 'I he
two rooms. will be connected by i
Mr. Jas. M Blackweldtr, who as
sisted in the clothing store several
mouths, lijs gone back to Mt. Pleass
a at, where he enters N, 0. College.
Mr. Philas Honeycutt, the clever
little salesman in 'he notion depart
ment, ha3 resigned his position and
will teach school in Stanly, his first
Mr. T t: Binghim h:is accepted
a p?3itLa .i'n tliis llrra and enter
ed upon duties this morning.
The business of our town steadily
grows, as it were.
This scribe for the iirst time in
two years' got over 20 miles away
Any man, who has any pride in
Concord pnd her goodness, is sure
to be majde feel good away when
hearing the town's fdr name made
fairer.- Several times r more, we
heard men speak of Concord, -who
haye never been here and who were
then 300 miles away. One man said
he had heard time and again that
Concord was one of the Lest towns
in North Carolina. Others seemed
to be astonished at the lnrtnuLirdur
ing enterprise in Concor-L Many
were they who knew of the splendid
managing spirit nnd capacity of the
Messrs, Odells and Mr J W Can-
One man had even 'heard of the
movement by Mr. J C Lippard with
promises of success for the election
of an ether cotton mill.
Such will make anjy Concord son
feel proud tint this is his home.
May tlie year still bring new
The Norfolk Pilot.
This is the new dnhy started and
edited by Evangelist Sam Small at
It is full of the sens it:onal and
the daily tilth of the land.
We saw one dispath from Rjdeigh
in the Sunday's issue of the Pilot
that cot only dees Hon. A E Ililc
mail an injustice, but the county
Itspo:;eof Mr. Hilemari's cons
ncction with the Carter revenue vio
lation and made it appear that Mr.
Hileman was given to such viola
tions and other things, and that it
was generally known.
The Standard resents this, b
r n j.- ... i u.'
cause oi nit ! nijubtiuc i. uue& lulu
Mr. Hileman and the county. We
believe Mr. Hileman wa? innocent
of any intention to do wrong and he
says it wa3 ignorance, and he cer
tainly does not bear sucti a reputa
tion as the Pilot dispatch gives him.
Mr. Hileman is certainly lo angel,
neither any man, hut. we believe
surely tjbt what he did, he did it, as
he said through! ignorance "
ACOIUEN TALLY KILLED.
JJjfln I. ?!;U1Foii!h! Willi Oi:S!I of
His lleiul 111 on it till'.
postal card received by the
Herald Saturday night states that
John L Hal), son of Mr. W Hall, of
Alpha, thl3 county, was out bird
hunting alone, and not coming in at
night the family requested some of
the neighbors to make Feareh for
him. They found him after search
ing for an hour or more, about a
mile from heme, dead, having one
iul ui ma njHu e-niireiv suou on. n
is s.tppcied to haye been done ac
, . . . .
cidently w'r.ile loading his gnu.
The date of the sad accident is
not given, by our correspondent, but
it is guppced to have occurred
last week. ?al
A Child's IhiIosoi2iy.
"Spell tees' said the mother, who
was teaching her little daughter,
seven years old. to spell.
"T o ze," answered the child.
"No. dear.that's not right. T o e s
"But it souuds t o z e."
"I know it, but you cam ot o by
Then, in order to enforce this
proposition the mother called on her
daughter to spell froz
''F roe s," said the child.
"Xo, you're wrong again. This!
time we do use the z ami spell the
word f r o z e."
"Now, Epell rose," said the mother.
The child hesitated. Finally she
said, '"I dou'tknow whether o say
r o z e or r o e s, v na'ly I don't
know that either way would le
"Spell it r o s e," said 'the mother,
"though there is another word pro
nounced jnst like it that's spelled
r o e s. That word is the name of
the spawn of (ishes."
The poor little girl looked very
"Just on more word," said the
mother ; "tell me how yon spell
"Well," said the child, who had
quite enough nonsense, as she viewed
it, from her mother, and had sud-
deniy made up her mind to pay
backi the kind, "I spell it three ways,
I spell it b 1 o s e for breakfast,
b loe s for dinner, and b 1 o z e for
"I spell it blows all the time,''
said the mother.
The child said' nothing for a minj
uteor two. Then, looking up, she
solemnly remarked :
"I think, m.;mm:?, that Die Eng
lish language w;;s m de ;'or persons
very, very well educated."
II 71 ay Io as I7i?'1i lor l oir
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irying, 111.
writes that he had a severe Kidney
trouble for many years, with severe
! pains in his back and also that his
bladder w as a fleeted. He tried many
so called kidney cures but without
any good result. About a-year ago
hebfgui the use of Electric Bitters,
and found udief at once. Electric
Bit ers is especially adapted to cure
all kidnev and liver troubles and
often give3 almost instant relief.
One trial will prove our statement.
Price only 50c. for large bottle. At
Eetzer's Drue; etore.
To A!l IVhoiti itjtny Couccrii.
I haye authorized Mr. J L Boger
to collect all fees due ma and give
receipt for game. Respectfully,
J. Y. Fitzgerald.
I'opN. (o Organize Soullicin IJallot
Washington, Dec. 31. Hon.
J C Manning, of Montgomery,
Ala., a memberof tlie commit
tee appointed at !St. Louis by
tne national committee oi tne
Populist party to submit evi-1 ?ar(i- Wo are selling at To cents,
dence to Congress in substan- F0UTY INCI1 DT5S GOOIJp
tiationof the charges .of eleoj cents now at
tion frauds in the Southern j F0RTY ""iNCII W0(3L DRESS
States, has received communi GOODS Wc.rth GO cents. Now
cations from neonle tli mnorlw
out tne count uraincr mm to
l J .j -
call topther representatives
from all of the Soutnern States
for the purpose of organizing
ballot righto . leagues,- Mr.
Manning will soon issue a call
for a conference of those
favoring the movement to meet !
at Ne.w Orleans, La , January
18 and 19, 1895.
Against Prize nlidn- in iBidiana.
Valparaiso, Ind, Dec. 31
Judge Gilletr, Deupty j Attorney
General, liaa prepared three bills
which he will present to the Indiana
Legislature next week to suppress
the Roby race track, prevent priz
fighting and to enlarge the Gov
ernor's power in such cases-
1 1 i i 1 1 i incwr-ii m ii n 1 1 .ii i rn Will in hi ii n in urn m
Notice is hereby given of the seiz
ure of the folotfing property, for
vio atien of luternal Revenue
laws of i he United States, supposed
(o he the property of John Carter :
One horse, 1 wagon and harness.
Nireteen boxes tobacco.
Two empty boxes.
One keg whiskey.
Any person claiming said property
13 hereby notified to appear before
the unders?gned at his oflice in
Asheville, N. C. within thirty (30)
days from the date hereof and make
such claim in the form and mauner
prescribed by law or the property
will be declared forfeited to the
Unite 1 Stales.
31. E. Carter, Collector,
5!h District, N. 0.
By R. S. Harris, Deputy Collector.
Concord, D.c. 22, 1S9L
Cox CORD, N. C.
J. M. Odell, President,
I). B. Ccltkaxe, Cashier.
L. D. Colthane, Book Keeper.
DIREC IORS ;
J. M. Odell, D. P. Cannon,
El am Kixg, J. tt Cannon,
V. R. Odell, j W. H. Lilly,
D. B, Coltrane,
Corrected bv Cannons I'Ytzer.
Ctood middling ...5 05
Middling ...4 87i
Low middling 4 G2i
Stains 4J"to4 75
(;orreefed bv C. W Swink.
Sn garden red nams 11 to 14
Bulk meats, sides 8 to 9
Butter ; 15
Chickens ....10 to 12
Lard : 8 to 11
Flour (North Carolina 1.75
1 e a 1 ..... r . . .
ROYAL SILK FABRICS War
ranted all Silk. Twentysiour
i inches wide, worth 25 r.tr
i selling at 2 ; c ents.
ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS-
Selling now 'at
Worth CO cents, Nov telling
at 33 cents.
4S INCH TRICOT
Wcrth GO cents, e circ r. .ring
at 25 cents.
lllBSBfl BLACK SiBGE
Worth 75 cents, we are selling
at 50 c n '
Don't fail to s. t-.. Kfere you
buy. We can save vol: u:oney. We
have the best line of
ever shown in this town, so savs
the Ldlies, and we f.uarafitee prices.
Don't fail to . ce cuv line of
Ladies, Misses and Child, ls'
'1 TT A
the best line of Lien's
lo he Pi-en in Concord i;
UKOSSE'I1 SHOE fit .
M orrion.Lentz' Jo
M A N TJ ? CI URER3 C F
PLAIDS AND SHEETINGS,
GRAIN A NX SfT BAGS,
DE Lrr lv 6 IN
Four foot woo l alweys wanted --
) b sfc micee for same. We invite pr
insotctio sof all; the ooda se
s all ii