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Vol. IX. So. MS
CONCORD, N. C, MONDAY; JANUARY 21, 1895.
"Wnonis NO. 1,428
KORNOR WRITES j another fire at the jail, j
CHEW THE FINEST TOBACCC, WHICH IS
in I H in I II
sscF"l J have sc-zn Jots of wintcr?;
&f I have even studied weather
&w i L dicat 10 n s. 1 don' t k n c '-v
glffi much about the kind. that Dr. j
Gibson doe?, that have thurs
if mixed up in them. When-
m ever he puts up a b-qnare oiue
K n,v there is a roral rwn." !
, fj! VV h. e r ever he put? up a ? o u " : e
v, hiV Ihifr with a UJaCr: epct -t u,
we.uh' r don't do just as Dr. .ibn
intends, but be can change il t-3 just
tin? vtatlk-r ran change
itfclf, I started out to say that n:y I Will Rollins U the prime mover j
v. iff a:nl 1 both hava regardtd tirid in this d?vilment and says he io
; ; il- .'lost diancvibb and the j tend j to burn the jiil down, if he
.uddenst in history. My oldest son
-; o I'.-'j iii wr tr.e like i-mi ..e
iiy uie vy the Kefortn L-;
-h:lure ought to Legislate aaiit i
'.'ufce crdvivii M;'.-orp.Hic chr.ut J
hat Eeem to giv oik- class of citizens
1- .d d,-der? an u:.due .id 7a ut.
It i.; tonal lights ard special privir
'.eges to none," you know. Senator
Mor.d" v;:-"!d mnVe a good chainn-iq
n a (-ouiiiiittee meteorology.
I ??uhe ame-idmentn to !v
'v:? to Concord's charter. One
.hat 'vill -ive each ward the right to
: ci i:.: .V ii ccinini.ioner. If 1
nu correctly informal, the commisv
i oi ":tid 4 i:;ay come from o'ir
voiuir d pjpubtMon. Mr. llileman
N-ip.tt k ! k o n t a c r i p p 1 e i Co n f e d -
rat-.- :oL"i. : to Uiake place for ai
abiefditd negro pMiiician in the
-.:. it ' ; " lat'.:.c ; :-c he ii aiiaiig
a:g to ht i'j hi3 constitutncv bv -ins
;,nendnit. If that U his only
i'H-et, ii is no or?e than turning
his back on the Catawba Confederate
iud. takir'fi into his ereat big bosom
.be M ' idivtcn. Ibit if he did it at
:he ri'-. :t of a mrqority of Ccn
' i r .3 ' ! r V f
Oi u s LKii.I.i, ml iiu.i
I see a correspondent wants a pub
1 ; meet'v? to ascertain the wishes
; ih-j pc.p!e about applying f jr an
'icn-.e v, the re e of taxation b ' r
Cci.cjrd. Whv wa3 one not asked
ibr ill regard to (he changes in the
Charter'.' iv,en the mayor, so he
tells in?, did no'- know what the con
templated charges are until the
.'tand aid uhlinbed them.
I :-:-e in i.. Charlotte News that
Dr. Herrir..?, in his advertisement,!
claims b: be of Concord." I like
iluit. He is a native of Sampson
county, b:;t that county having
civen birC- . 1 : t out to the world
f-ueh. a notorious ch?,racb-r, Dr.
Herring refers to hail fiom his
odopted br ine, Concord.
The sensation, and it was an
do;or.s o;-e, that the Sbtndard hap
eiud to mention, caused a iittle
:bittf.r. N-iturally, my angel won Id
not let me rest any thiit night, Qf
course 1 suffered. Good -by.
t.il'v A way
Is the truthful, startling title of a
book about No-To-Bac, the harms
les3 T.iaran'.ec'd b-v.iCC0 habit cured
that braces up nieotinized nervts
eliminates the nicotine neijoo
make3 weak men gain strength,
vigor and manhood. You run no
physicial or financial riedr, as 1N0--T0-Ibic
is sold by P. B. Fetzer under a
guarantee to cure or money refunded.
Book free. Addres Sterling lb inedy
Co., New York or Chicago. j3 I si.
;; -i' ni r hui MawhdH i soa.
Saturday night another attempt
;'.! a made by Roll." r. a and four other
nror?, to bum their v?ay out of
In cr,ne vrny these criminals haye
au- no hi hi povcer arm ipjucuea
f.nd F.-Kuray a Lole was cut through
Ihf side CcMiiny, powder placed un
lev j steeple and a match applied.
The i'vice of the powder, hove.r, i
1 x . "1 ll. ..A - .-I ,
out. Another match was applied j
and a good-sized hole burnt in the
Vtw i cn wifli it- )nt hp trill ii nt .
appear before the judge alive.
Two negroes, Charles Branc and J
rv0VA 3l.-ro. v, ho were in the cell I
with J:ollino, IJar.-ia and llager
haye beei t r.03fer-ed to uother
OTT KM A ' L XO'LES.
r;'as c' S'kes and Joe Cook, two
of the t; -:i ga!)g fo:ffc, both negroes,
a.e iick. Mills is threatened with
Plt-as McDanieis, who was placed
in j i i 1 Saturday for assault and ftt
trmptto rape, is going to hrir.g suit,
he bayo, against Jailor Hill. r.
Hill ive lu'rn mnsh for breakfast,
but .Is-Patiiois zays he is not ueed to
such feed, and will not lubmittoit.
The jail is tufTering for the want
of a good water service just now.
Thj v..dcr works lave bean shut
I ,!-- Snt rirdr :1ml wnt(r luiS
to b'jcarritd from tne well to clean
The whole number that lodge in
the j dl h thirty-two, seventeen of
whom pre of the chain gang.
I'orOur I'llly Tears
Mrs. VVinslow's Sooth:ng Syrup has
been used for ever fifty tp'-: bj
millions of mothers for th irehildr n
while teething, with perfect Luccci.5.
It soothes the child, oftens the
L"-rr.s, nlbjjs all pain, cures w ind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Dmrrhcc" It will relieve the t-co:
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
Pruggifts-" m every part of the
wcibi. Twen ty- li ve centa a bottle.
Ie sur? and askfor '-Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrnp," and take no other
T!i Sah JiiioM I I Is e Uonnfry.
Mr. John A Fink, president of the
Cabarrus County Alliance, gave us a
political conversation of about one
h-ur's length, Friday evening. He
says i he "People's party is the salva
tion of the country," and with that
text he warms up. Mr, Fink is one
of these good, moral, hardworking
men, whom we all must respect.
But (Great Scott.s!) what a student
of political economy he is. He ad
vP.t js jn:;t the same thing thai. Mr.
Bill WinccoH decs.
Cnre lor 1J twulaelie-
As ft remedy for all form3 of
Headache Electric Bitters has proyed
to be tne very bea. It effects a per
manent cure and the most dreaded
hubitud :c"k headache yields to its
iiitiuence. We urge all who Jtre af
dieted to procure a bottle, antjl give
this remedy a fair triad. In cases of
habitual constipation Electric Bit
ters cures by giving, the needed tone
to the bowleg, and few cases long
resist the use of this medicine, Try
it once. Large bottles only Fifty
c.-nts atiFetzer's Drug stcre.
wi r t . : v
w u u s
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i T fHLAMFRfCAN TCKACfO
'( DURHAM, N.C. U.5.A. V A-'-
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ABSOLUTELY PURE I
"" j 1 -.. -
i)KFOiiH Squire in ll
Hill Mi :7:vn5Ii T i li'' A ".rt'tlt V:
Atlomjt to ftnpo .
Bill MePauiels, a white i1 ;i ui'-i
a bad refutation, was brought to
town Saturday and lodged in jail
upon the charge of assault with at
tempt to rape Sarah Bryant, the
wife of one Bill Bryant, of No. 5
township, sometime in b,,Jember
Sherifi Sims has had ib j warrant
for Meihinieils' arrest for a nunth
or more, lut could not luc e his
man until Saturday,
A preliminrry hearing was had
befon? Inquires W J Hill, this city,
and E K Miirenheimer, of ' No. 5
town sh u. The warrant was is
sued by 'cquire Miscnheinier.
The court house w;m crowded with
ct;ri us people and yen though the
big court room was cold, the crowd
toughed it through.
Mclb-uiels was boand oyer to
cour iii:d failing to gtye bond, was
re. cyjtimrited to the jtil."
S her ilt Sims has a capias from
Dayie couuly to the lu-ct that Mc
Daniels is wanted in that county for
b ing i arty in a row in which a
pistol played rommently
! " "
II D Man gum, of Granville, was
here yesterday nd be pas he hilled
a two year old hog that weighed 030
pounds. E A Bobitt, of the same
county, was also here and he says be
killed a 16 months' old hog that
Vrcighed 054 pounds. They are
ueighboros and were racing aguintt
each other on this line. Durham
If the Legislature will legislate
and fix the day of the Millenium,
they will do more good in bringirg
wicked people to their inilk than all
the evangelists and societies.
Dr, J. E. CARTLAND
Makes a special ty of filing
teeth without piain. Sixteen
yeais experience. Office over
Lippnrds & Bander's store
aiuii" Feb. 8, 1894. 'pjo
ITvIr.g qualified as the Aclmiinstia'or
of ?lary Eclg'jrson, deceased, all persons
owing said estate are hereby notified that
they must make immediate pament, or
suit will be brought. And all person
having claims against said estate must
present them to the undersigned, duly
authenticated, on or before the 1st day
of July, 189G, or this notice will be plead
in bar for their recovery.
C. P. OLINE, Administrator.
This. December 5, 180i.
By. W. 3L S3IITII, Attorney
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Hands, Chilblains, Corns ard all
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A in rr.-A v -1 f-
selves of baran. J r is - lo r.!-
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I ft' W 'vw? M
i tiH T CilAlt t V"
ftro worf 3 Q QO o f H"er ft C"
w Lava !Wt
over Fold in this town pr;e SP"
we f-ell at 75j p r yj J. V'c ir.-
black dlii.eli lki,rh !
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andr.ll our winter ocule .i, iKpcr
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olier in Mieceo find Cbikbee's
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A small lot whole pnft 32-00
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COXCORD, I. C.
J. M. Odell, PresideDf,
D. B. Ccltrane, C?lfthlVr.
L. I). Ccltkanr, Aseistaiit Ua3bter.
J. M. Odell, 0 F. CAXMey
Elam King, J. W. Caxno:'.
. R. Odell, W. H. Ltllv,
D. B, COL'Ir.AXE,
VALUABLE TOWN PROPERl'V
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Forest Hill :
One tvvo-story, 7 room horse,
good well, stable, orchard abd out
houses.; one two story, G room hovee
and one 4 room house on St. Charles
3treet, and one store house, on Main
street. This property can be bought
on easy terms, which Trill be made
Address W. P. &healey,
Lincoln1 on, K. 0.
(r W. L. Robbing Conco.d,' 0