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Vol. IX. No. 4:j:j
COXCOltD, N. 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1895.
WnonE NO. 1,4.13
(-UAK!) AT THE JAIL.
' . i i 1 1 ii ! i ii Dove ?Jiy tlio Jail is I n
YftlioHt ix Xij;lS Watchman.
Father Dove is up to snuff. I
Since there came near being men !
a big j:til delivery several weeks go,
ssioners and authorities '
have deemed the i,i! unsafe with so ,
i- ,rn rL
many eupat ts, and nunt ga.ou,
lias been iosta!i u
duty.- Mr, Jese a Ma
employed at ihe bh;.cken Las ao !
eepted the pi'ion, arm it M.r. t
Moore can't i;,vp the nr:.cor.ers in t
;ail. he can
tlie alarm and
ail the help he need?.
ratnei i'-'"-"" " " 7 I
no ciie tiit.
ue an o . til io ijauj; ,
;nd on i:;e eir.sme ui ine
as has been uoae heretofore, upon ;
the I eke: ikat mischief has come !
about through these outsiders.
.rar. ..' e'livh
a,:,; h d as iaaf.
mrt.s wait:. a., ior Cjuii, :': is reason
able to b.l. c that a armird i; a ne
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5ritv, hi with such a force and a
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.v t ii.;!1. ,.i.r old ;:ui would not ,
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Ov. mir.. to ;aak. 1 s
. - T" ti- C
( nrfnri tn'OIM OI
time and e ents shown such New : operation at the other furnaces for i
Year's ;;r.. eti?)es, as was ;iven j d:iy or two. In the present condi
Tuesdoy ovr-nin- from 8 till j ticn of fe strikers such an effort
unoe, i- ine new ana .cwii !
i . i i . i a i t
arnis-uea o nae oi .ur. oi u iuisj
i .a e i eci n
and J:ia;.i; room were
throi ;ed i
w:i:j eroaaei who .uj iin.o u i
in eve id:: suits wath their Irisht
faces c X ore ;:cod w
oul.1 utter ihem. Our
charmin-hostess in her urassum-
incr. but most si tractive manner ex-
pressed her hearty returns to her
guistr, " :::Ost beautiful repast, an
exceptional one at all times, not
only for a Xew Years' reeure. The
menu was : emplete, w e wished for
nothing more. Wo retired with aps
petitus, locals end eyes atislloJ,
the eyes feasting on the beauty of
the fair ones, -urroundedby hand
some tapestry and beautiful paint
ings such that the "Greek gods"
would have er joyed.
Could our host and hostess have
found a more pleasing way to eLt re
tain their well wishes ?
Mrs. J C- Wa :1s worth received
with her charming lady friends, viz:
Mrs. M Lather Brown, Mis. James
Cannon, Mrs A E LectzdMrs. N E
Y'orke and Mrs. Laura Moss, Misses
Marshal', Janncttft and Sallie Er
wir. Ova-'-o Gibson, Claude Fisher,
. Esther Ei ..'in, Lizzie Y'o urg, Isa
bei' Mont g. mcry and Janij Eichs
We hepo Mr. and Mrs. "Wads-"
worth will rpneat the most enjoyable
a 1 1 tlx i.
A P A KTICi FAN I'
Tor li i 1 1 m mlny eiioot.
On e ' f f h j 'argest Sunday schools
in the S'de and one of the best coir
ducted ones is the Forest'Hill
Methodist Sunday school. s-
At the recent Christmas festival
acas'oo. this .Sunday school die!
not neglect to have some pleasant
orpin es for every member of the
school. I he music was very appro
priate and was lead by Mr. Barrow,
who Ins W011 a reputation among
us, be -ides an excellent business
man, as a splendid musician.
Each on nil If
pound of cmay. an o.augoardsoine
IiUS ail PUL UO m riicfi hr.vn,q.
,11 rv- i
When this wna rlnno r.onf t AT
n v li ; j fj xtjl
Odell presented each pupil with a
copy of the Now Testament.
, There are 110 pupils in this Sun
day school and the Standard bets !
that never before were moie testa -
ments distributed at once
Beautiful muddy streets.
Only Fifteen 'enls isi i.uT!ie Sec
ond I sine.
Some tiii.o in December lash pome
, ...nnt nf snmoti.illff iaU
tcl. 'to 0t stored the store room of I
Henry L Propst by breaking
one of the small glasses in one of ;
the iront window
known how much
tho front windows. It was not
wis stolen the
iirsfc hi mo.
entered m ths samo way, the glass i
being broken out at tho same place, j
v noever tno taiei nngnc nave j
been must bo of a very thin make-
11 P Mr, rropst ;;U loo miss any j
Iood, but 15 cents in money was
! f i!.-nn from 4l dron-uv i t ltviniT
been nlaced there the last thin-be
f,,, rt ic;if i.-.0f ii,-
The strike at ne rdar Tiiompson
I3raddock, I'a., Jan. The
Irikinn Slavonians at the Edear
mp.ca Iron Works assembled
mar the works earlv this morning:,
but caused no trouble. They are
drinking heavily and in all proha-
oi itici t ne ouress win lcsue an
order cIoiin' tlie 'saloons in the
town. A i ciljrt wiii ue inaile to
start th '" a :o Tdamrancse furnace,
. l in
,o (lYort will be made to resume
o,,,! cr33e a rjot. The works are !
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! Well paiicea ana ine ouu or so men
:now at h ork are not interfered with.
Ei conse qaence of the strike ubout.
1 ,-100 men are now idle. Should
tt-e fnriifiro ho r.lnsf-ii own tor
longer than three or four days the
I c 1 '.vnrh cI1l lvirn t li,'
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U1U u uu' ' tUiunius
ll Miy Do as llneli lor loir
.Mr. Ered Miller, of frying, III.
writes t r.it he ban a severe Kijdney
trouble fr many years, with severe
pains in his back and also that his
bhidd.r was affected. lie tried many
so called kidney cures but without
any good result. About a year ago
he began the use of Electric Bitters,
and found relief at once. El ;ctnc
Bitters is especially adapted to cure
all kidney and liver troubles and
often gives almost instant relief.
One trial, will prove our statement.
Trice only 50c. for large bottle. At
Eetzer's Drug store.
'I he Xeu ( iins a Tolerant Killer.
London, Jan., 2. The Daily
Chronicle's Moscow - correspondent
says he has exceclent authoritydfor
this story : When the list of officers
nominated for promotion by the
Ministers of "War and Marino wero
submitted to the Czar with the
i hitherto customary details concerns
ing tho Hebrews, His Mnjesty struck
his pen through the column headed
"l-'eligior," remarking that this in
no way concerned him. There is
good reason to believe that tho same
spirit of tolerance .will overspreael
tho country when tho Czar iully as
sumes the reins of power.
Express Companies fo Increase Hates.
St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 2. The ex
press companies have determined to
increase rates for carrying money
packages to all points. The banks
of some cities have been notified
?nd eDi.B J l,he conlpllnie8l he'
navo received auvices irom ueaa-
Quraters to that effect. As soon as
tho new rates are established they
will be promulgated.
House for Sale or Rent. CH
The house on Main street, opposite
j w Cannon and lately occupied
by D J Bostian. Apply to Mrs. E
J 0 Wagonej. j3 2w.
THREE MEN" BLOWN UP.
One ol" Them Was Titan
naiiiile-I( ThaucU ,
Nashville, Teiui., Jan. 2.
mcn were instantly killed by an ex
plosion ol dynamite at the site of j
the new penitentiary, six miles west
of Nashville, at 1 o'clock this af ;er- i
noon. James Grav, a nQ;rn emplere
of lister & 'Jje;;hUm. -v.'.-? preprr-
shoot 1JU' finding thilt tne dyna-
i;-.;, .juu a, cox con:ain i
ing iorty-llve pounds to the lire to j
thay it (air, Whrn .!;: went to res
m e it 'Anle'o i r ci,,T ;! It i
is i nought he carried" a nrennred t
cartridge to the lire ami that it be,,":son was entered last night by
cime ignited m . o.a, uav. Glav g!ars, who drilled the safe and
in, Wr:-, , , r I made c IT with $15,000 worth of
was nomoly nniLgled and James i r '
i., ... l , 1t i I i uliimonds, watches and other jewelry.
Alexander and .Jv.i::::-; i ve'em-r, also i J J
colored, who wt-iv siitii g by the hre, 'T"'"OTr
were also instantly killed. Their ,?'v'l,,,c'SoJZ"rc-
bodies were thrown thirty feet rmd ' Nohca h h( yeby iven of the SC1Z'
v, i "",1 " ,P, urc of the fo. lowing property, for
all more or less mangled. The ex- - ,, i i i
vio atior. oi Internal Iceveuue
plosion threw up a ton of earth and , P 1T -. , c, . -,
was heard m town,
A n.v t Is i UiT You V;:nt.
We desire to state to the .public
th:iv we h .ve sheared the services of
Mr. (ko. Gilleland, of Charleston,
S. C, who has !nd many ea ex-
noviMrpP in tin r.rnl ctofn rrJ-.fl rr
stcve and furnace work, plumbing
and rn tal work of all desoiption.
Oreb rs tilled promptly and satisfac
ew tanli pnees
on everything. Heating and cook
in" stoves Wood and coal crates.
Lard cans. 2; :itio r.f cental.
Enameline, for polishing stoves,
t . , . . .,
gra es and rang- s, apmy iin cloth
, ... , . 1a , , ,
anei pemsn v.un same, iu j per oox
at W J Hill's.
Eureka metal polish for tin, brass
silver and nickel lo can. Steel
wire door mats, 50o each, at W J
Ilon't Tobacco Spit or Sinolie your
1 . i I c .1 way
Is the truthful, startling title of a
book about No-To-Bar, the harms
less guaranteed tobacco habit cured
that, braces up nicotinized nerves,
eliminates the nicotine pcDoij
makes weak men gain strength,
yi3or and manhood. You run no
physicial or linanc al risk, as ISTo-To-Bac
is sold by l B. Fetzer under a
guarantee to cure or money refunded.
Book free. Addres Sterling Remedy
Co , New York or Chicago. j3 1m.
An Anarcbist in) I'liiladelplila In
lictct. Fiiiladeli)liia, Pa., Jan 2.
ihe ffrand iurv lound a tiuie!
bill of indictment against
Charles W Mowbray, the
English anarchist, charging
him with making a seditions
speech; Mowbray wras ar
rested here last Friday night
after addressing a meeting cf
For (her Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Sootfrrg Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while 'ee thing, with peifect success
It soothes .he child, oftens the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
Druggists m every part of the
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Be sure and ask for ''Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Sjrnp," and take no other
I, the undersigned, offer for sale
i at public auction, atmv idaee, in
, j . L ,
No. 5 township, on the loth day of
.January, 1805, to the highest bid
der, for cash, tho following piop-
ne reaper, one thiesher, two
! -t-horse, ncgons, one 2-hoese wtoc,
several hogs, cows, two horses, one
mule, and all kinds of .farming irn
pienunts. Link M, Misehhemer.
This, Jan. 1, lb',) 5.
rMo worth f xiautmi. watchen
inI Oilier Jeuerley Stolen
Ei luuo, IV., Jan. 2 The jews
elry establishment of IIicox &
(o be the property of John Carter :
Oiie V :rse, 1 va.?on and harness.
NiVeti en boxes tob.ic.'o.
T'svo empty boxes.
One keg whiskey.
Any person eh-dmiag said property
is hereby notified to appear before
j the undersigned at his ofliee in
i Ashevdle, X. 0. within thirty (30)
' (hivs; from the d i!e liereof :u mkf-
j ; ' ; : " 4i" ' 1
bL,e:u ce.uu in u:e nu in cuiu liiuni.cr
pn-seribed by law or the property
e cieolarul forfeited to the
ITrife 1 Stat--
! M. E. CA:TT:ii, ( ollec-or,
i 5th Dis'iic, X. C.
By R. S. Harris. Deputy Collector,
ConcorJ, LKe. 22, 180-1.
Coxcokd, N. C.
J. M. Odell,
D. B. CeLTKANE,
L. D. COLTIIANL,
J. M. Odell, I). F. Cannon,
El am Kixr, J. W. Cannon,
V. R. Odell, W. H, Lilly,
D. B, Coltrane,
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer.
Good middling 5 05
Middlings i 1 S71
Low middling 4 62
Stains 4 2 to4 75
Corrected li? C. V Swink.
Sugar-cured nams 11 to 14
Bulk meats, sides 8 to 9
Butter , 15
Chickens..:. .....10 to 12
Corn ' 42
Lard 8 toll
Flour (North Carolina 1.75
ITaviUi! rpraJified as administrator
of Jeny Anthony, deceased, all per
sons owing saia estate are hereby
notified that they mu3t make imme
diate payment, or suit will be brougt;
and all persons having claims against
said estate must present them to, the
undersigned duly authenticated on
or before the 2nd day of January,
189G or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery.
Jan. 2, 1895. 'EL AM KING,
KOYAL SILK FABKi.CS War
ranted all Silk. rwtntvsfour
inches wide, worth Vo per
yard. We are selling at 75 cents.
FQRTY INCH DRESS GOODS
Worth 50 cents, SelJin: now at
FORTY raoil WOOL. DRES
GOODS T-Vorth (JO corats. Kow
selliug at i I cents.
ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS
v Worth GOc.-r, Selling now at
Worth 00 ee;ih?, v0V; c-IMnj
at o.) cents
H I . ft IV U ?
'iLiiii ) j i;tnu-:, y, e.ie
at 25 r; nre.
J n II la '1 V I 3 ' ' w (1 it t Iki
To Ci-nis. we are ellin
a?. 50 cl it h, '
Don't fail to ae e.a t.
buy. We can save -a,r. r a
have the b st line oi
. c.e yon
e'V. V.. ;
ever ihown in this to;vu, eo say?
the Ladies, and v, e ;;uar;Oii-v-- prices.
Don't fail to .e e ur line of
Ladies, Misses and (diih.; . o'
the best din
to be reen in , Conccrd
CROSSET SHOE at
M grrion.Lentz'' Co
3 r A N U F A C 1 1 ' R I I 3 r. O F
PLAIDS AND SHEETINGS,
GRAIN AND "S.lLT BAGS.
Fourlfoot wcod always wantee
bf st piices for same. We invite cn
inspections of a'l tlo goods wo