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CONCOKD, N. C, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, iq5.
"VViiolk NO. 1.
! will file a protest tomorrow. He
THE WHIST PAKTY.
iiSjiw .Jennie ? itistli V.'ius 3-. fefr
AS the home of Dr. J P Gibson,
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! bh ;r? there hi i caucus of Don.o
j c; : tonint to consider this test
I now slcj.) of the tusionists.
j The hill to jq-.eal the eket;ei) L-.v
A!" i introduce.! by (J French in the Mi.;.; Grace entertained in elegant
House t( day, v;is drawn by D L manner tbc vhintclub Thursday
I Rnfse.H nrd is ycrv long. Its luhent ! nVM, Tv;;ioTi will be continued f..
fentir:: w as follows.: Oce ballot h",- .y 0. o'clock all the gur-.ds
:-:d cne I o;, wldch is claimed to be U' there r.nd the gorne begun with
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CHEW THE Hi; EST TOBACCC, WHICH V,
r?fr m its ?jr-3
-- 31 A N T FACTUED BY
T. C, WILLIAMS CO., Kichiror.d, Yn
For i-nh; by all ihaUelass dealers.
!' Hi -i box lor one year after
: . . i com I sue
I l;ie i '.c'C;.- Y:.i'. s ordered
. j.; . i;- i cr:- - of oknter,' ; 'll
C.iriYatl." :::: !';ir',U COUMtV ai'd
j iSiaU-, lo i-. cone away vrith nr-d all
I election retinas to V;- nv hj ev the
w th(l lhc x't? with ,l..,,fl.Trt, a aa?32;-KHnk- ,-."T, '
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Mic;'. Kvji Ch ach, K K ;';!;; riii
M arsi hall, (J W 8 wink ; libs Jeni.ie;
dKicnt rapers the fv.C, ; lnhu j, F Vrl:o: lM pv 1
':ic::ca tbat cl--'o';3 vrcv K.-vin, T E ii-rlih. Tlie blag- were I
;.ln.-t Dr. K J Buchana... i ;i! ;F u in Che.o. Harris a):d!
oi, before the Kaw;.,, ( - u SinlAu
ohI Society by Dr. Pavr,. Mija Jennie Smith and Mr. li K
sec: '. .or i ii'
y FccoxiCi-d l.y nk.i ?S ab
le ar:- ardt d the .-r
an i h
lie is left lo draw
er.ti;'tdy oincl : and for lid-;
o-i th." " .i" lard here speaks of i
D ! ; '.''ii:,'iU !3 a naf i ve
Tr :v! ) hvF--..d to the Medical
bcea-ty c! that county, hut later hatchet, h.erii:;; lie itne-intio:
lec.ded m Lexington, . Da idrn ' v r : . i ( -
' (i . -,. y ; re, it appears, he did not
I join the SochSy. lie U chart d
UiCh Ij.e.i.;-: not observed the rules
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piv;:e, u liUle Gi-orge Waslnnton
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A-yT.JZAMniCf.H T3JJ0CC CI.V-,vt.V
ranted all Ih.
inches wide, worth
yard. We are ; ;.'
FORTY INCH Im;Ks .
Worth 50 ceni-t;. hJ;h .
i:o!mim- ...t 0''1
ALL WOOL DRK
Worth GO cents. H
HANDSOME YAA 0P?T A T ,S
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6 JLlituIl i
lib' LTiu ACCUuXic,
whiit." Tins nv'ze go deservedly
earned w'vi pn.k : (?ft .1 in n h- eiis ! t;'-?; Fii'?:r-'?r-r- s:-rrf-.vi-.jr
fuily wr- ' d and appropria? fpccdi
;"M.-"etv h: t1"1 point cf eh irres Py v.:.r r -'or,
Wcrih GO cen.s, we et
at 25 : -e
; ; lo Gtlu r niinor
in i' ter.n
rJ'iie eh-.: re 03 are not more serious
: ... ... ! : hv; f . '-hi it ;r c. .,; th ;l Pr.
1 1 j i.n;cn:i nm is pet fectly innocent of
1 . ' r'cn.'r
:ir ea.nt; Anethe-r Ih
.:; e-dhd hi' Vill -no tied out
- h -f tl - he, to h,-:
lo govern t hemc-.-Ivc 3.''
h-;.- n- pt (he ; ales oi the
: : ;.t;I ,y rule-J COu'd be !
: d.-ft-.it-d, and the Sen
o'eidcd. to business without
id its Uiace ij a ephod'd ie.-;rs
b riders tc-1 to mean
t-M 1m pursed te.k-
Pl ':::.:: ': ( f ( e eeu.ittee.i
iu' o (.I che iVedideut of
A'1: h; 0. ar'ocrat, in fro
y ; j doinj nay w ro a pro fVss i o u al ' y , and
eo' tahdy iunccent of any violation of
A before stated, we no-y spr-dc of
th's that the public may not imagine
a whole -ct ot evil apnnet the
Doctor, v;hoia well and favorably
k!:own m Kaderan C;.b;:nu3 vnd
where he numbers hhs fdei by the
score. He won thr-n, as ve happen
to Avell know, bv his behavior as a
perfect gentleman, a moral, upright
?tudiu? man. Thia'r.ot of a day,
but of two years mingling with
tho -e good people.
dverd : bdl to nrdve G per cent the
- :'v; il i a v;J C i r.U'. ( it.
' h-no t 'Vr rTe - p.-.r .-; P.i. -. P..4
a bid to ileprul the charter
of the hr:!e rh ruifi'a Alliance and
to res'; : thr- n, rhrter which was
unid-l by t!:e last General As-
?'mbK This bill nr.?Bf?d and was
HOLit to the House.
Craters Ayc.ch and Smith,
lh n'-c-'?, rr h,hi ctr!in..ates of
election in the ninth district find
v-hosp seats were contested by Grant
ai.'d Faddison, fusionists, were not
present :md the latter were declared
;o.-l Hie ev. U: : was o- ; - h ! f i; ; iv
An . it .:.t. cunpev nr.: i v '., end ;
in words cfo::e of the attendants,
4iu Wuj biiiipiy graudr'
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7'ro"! a letter written ipy It- y. J
Gundermau, of. Dimondah Mich.,
we are prriidttea to raake thi j e
tracts: "I have no hesitaton in re
comerding Dr. King's New Iis.
i On i he t h ihu Kr are nd pubiidi..
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e.i an ae'i unt oi e :;; ny tne ntime
oi Love be;n; arrej'ed the request
of .dr. M 0b.r:.hv Md-r. th-i chatre
of ctdliii; rfOfne- hog- f Mr. Oiilesby
and r.-i'used to it;:-:; over the money.
Tiih meriiin s mall brings us a
1 iter from Mr. G l Lo.e, in which
! ihe f di r -;v i ii sUU'mcjnt is made and
vhieh v,e ate rc(pio.j"ted, out of sim
ple j'lshiee to him, to print: ''The
f aa s in the case are thi-s Mr. Ogles
hy oved rue about J37 00 ; I sold
his hog for 2J.00 and told him if
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ejuiv. i.'ie neiiiji ei u' i
:y eircivd Senators and were seats
'"" ';!; 1?bout opposition.
!;h;,:;h, Jan. 10 The fusionists
in the N. nUe have decided to take
steps v.hich clearly shows their
animus. They have decided to take
away from Lieutenant Governor
Donghton, the presiding officer, the
appointee of all ihe committees. The
oommktee on rides, i.ppomted today
and composed of Senators Adam,
Democrat; liice Republican, and
Ilamerick, ropuhsst, met this after
noon, Kice and Hamerick, being a
majority of the committee, voted to
make a report givir g to the Senate
the appointment of all standing com
mittees. Mr, Adams, justly ins
The people cf Mt, Pleasant have
suileicd the loss of a very good
wagon iixer. The greatest loss of
the 'town is ore member of its Board
of town commissioners. That body
like ours needs oil its members; and
to suffer a vacancy makes the re
maining work and responsibility vory
heavy upon the remaining members
and the mayor.
By the v. ay this is the first time
ever heard of a town commissioner
resigning or moving away, where he
could not exercise the privileges and
powers ot his office.
The Standard refers to the re
moval of Mr. Jesse Hathcock ' to
Charlotte. Mr. Hathcock, he was a
commissioner of Mt. Pleasant and
his term did not expire until next
digrantat this unparalled course, out there. '.
Hood Ural li at tlio Comity ironin.
In conversation with Mr. John W
Ceok, the faithful keeper of the
County Home, we learn that the
general health of the inmates vis un
usually good. He has twenty-seven to
look after, and out of this number,
only three are sick. One Maliuda
Allmam, who claim3 to be 94
years of ae is real sick. Mr. Cook
fays everything is setting on nicely
m ji velous in the case of my wife.
While I was pastor of the Baptist
church ht Kivea Junction she was
brought t down with pneumonia
succeeding La Gr?ppee. Terrible
paroxysms of coughing would last
hours with little interuption and it
seemed as if she conld not curvive
them. A friend recommended Dr.
King's New Discovery; it was quids
in its work and highly satisfactory
in results." Trial bottles free at
Fetzer's Drug store. Ketrular size
50c ane 00.
L'ist Wednesday nmht at the heme
of the bridt's father, K M Guy
Mr. W W Dry and Miss Euuic
Cook were married. Kev. J Q Wertz
of St Johns, performed the ceremony.
The Standard wishes the usual gut
Four I5iff Sucosses.
Haying the needed merit to more
than make good all the advertising
claimed for them, the following four
remedies have reached a phenomenal
sale. Dr. King's New Discovery,
for consumption, coughs and colds,
efich tottlc guarantees! Electrie,
Bitters, the great remedy for liver
stomach and kidneys, Buckkn
Arnica Salve, the best in the world,
and Dr. King's New Life Pilln,
which are a peifect pill. All these
remedies are guaranteed to do just
what is claimed for them and the
dealer whose name is attached heres
with will be glad to tell yon more of
them. Sold at Fetzcr's Drug store.
I pay him for hhs hogs, which he re
fused to do and i lefused to pay for
the hog;?. "Mr. Ogle? by had me ar
rested aij'i taken to Charlotte for
ria:, but so far has not had any trial.
My lawyer (and he is as good as there
is in Charlotte) told me to tell Mr
Oglcsby to step to where snowballs
can not be nr le and I expect to let
him step. "Respectfully,
G. B. Love.
b' y. We oau save ,-'
have the best liee of
ever shown in t! h :i
the Ladies, and we ;;; v
Don't fail to tic cur
Ladies, Misses r t-.-i Gh.d.i-''.
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the best line cf Yc
to be seen in Ucr.mrd
CKOSSET SHOE at
Iotit Tolvacoo Spil or Knioko your
Is the truthful, startling title of a
book about No-To-Bao, the harm
Ief-3 guaranteed tobacco habit cured
that bracks up nicotinized nerves
eliminates the nicotine poison
make3 weak meu gain strength,
viSor and manhood. You run no
physicial or financial risk, as No-To-Bac
is sold by P. B. Fetz r under a
guarantee to cure or money refunded.
Book free. Addres Sterling Remedy
C o , Ne w York or Chicago. j3 1m.
I P r. o !
Cox cord, N. 0.
J. M. Odell,
D. B. CcLTR.A K"E,
L . D. CoLTit A N h,
Boo if ivecptr.
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C;1 f pr,r
I'orOiPi- Filly Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Sooth;rg Syrup has
been used for ever fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while leething, with perfect success.
It soothes he child, oftc-ns the
gums, allays all pain, cure3 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. Wicslow's
Soothing Syrup' and take no other
J. M. Odell, D. F. Canko:;,
El am Kino, J. V. Co;i:ox,
W. R. Odell, W. II, I j lv.
D. B, COLTPAXE,
i VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY
The following valuable town
property is offered for sale, private,
which is located m the northern
part of the city cn the east r'o ro
Forest Hill :
One two-story, 7 room louse,
good well, stable, orchard ai d out
houees.; one two-Siory, (J ra m house
and one 4 room house on St. Obarhs
street, and one store house, o:i Main
street. This property can be bought
on easy terms, which will be made
Addres3 W. P. Shea ley,
Lincoln' on, N. C.
or W. L. Robbins, Concord, N. 0.