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Vol. IX. No. 4f2
CONCORD, N. C, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 18Q5.
JWnoiiE NO.' 1,132
- i mid Cold Bias So r.!IWt in It.
hough Liie day is cold and rainy,
r umr.ppiia. if tn fiivint'
. hive been tried up to noon to
day, Friday :
-rJi' vs. Joe Cruse, pssault and
'.atii-rv, guilty ; $1 5 and cof.
. :' Vii. S iivi Mvdud a'V,
, -., J -dr.1 Jobnjton
; ' i,V:j,.y, of di
0 ' :
yj. TisI'. Liules, Lilly Lon,
ri.U' Givr.. Jnr-k .Rood, and
'I ,:"' Y " " h ! v.-t vtw!
J:tck RVed, not guilty. Lilly Long
n,. -!i : DIV iH' d OU lvv !T1( 11 t of OOot
y rr v-
'late . against
Prior , for vci:,'r" whiskey
.ri:;. .;t lic-cUci1, Prio-i w?3 found
,Tnilty in one and riried in one
ii. v.'tis t'-Hdon v i f: ' months in
unt jail, .nd on-.ied io work
on the public road j of Cabarrus
Slate v:. Iiad.i4ar I i.k and Mrs.
1.);. i .hi i ma, t-Siuu i c, guJ i ty. J udg
ment eusnended on pavaicnf of cost.
Vd. Ed. Ha-dns, carrying
conceded weapon, Guilty. Jiulgi
State against WalUr Alexander,
assault with ce dlv weapon, obad
cuil' v, Judgment suspended on
payiae.it of cost.
j?Late v?, Coo; Fitzgerald, larceny,
guiltv. Sentence not passed.
1M t'"1 ca-:e auinst John II Teeter,
for misdemeanor, the defendant war,
A HI;? JIuwK An C2Icr.
Mr. Joe BL.cvi-lder, of Mill llilL
Xo. township, cviit the Standard a
huge hawk that was caught by Idni
several davs ago. It is a Porncc" atic
liavk, h :ti?d seat's it io do
our oJaw' ig. A email bell a id chaLi
was placed around me necK of the
hawk, with ''1'r.c Cones; d Stand
. t.,:,;,,! j' : . "Jo, ' bv adliialij
:r..-c ";i'cd ua til. bcil, a -id the bird
The .ianda-d Dropoes to give to
the n),cfi who I) dnrn the boll and tne
. ';if hand chiw of the hawk lack
lc tK oQIce a year 3 sohso-iption to
our weeklv 'dioa ond a hrndscme
iiickcie rrom ajy merchant in town.
We truly appreciate the eL'o?c3 of
those woo at lend to tho kitchen af
fairs, and we give a leceipt for
banaiiu f ri tiers :
"Mash three or four bananas to a
Team. Add one egg, one c ip of
dour, in which one teasnoonful of
baking powder has been S'fted, a
mTch of Ma-t vrA on 3 gill of sweet
udiv. One t.arpoonf al of lemon
juice mav be addod. .Beat until
thoroughly zniLcd. 11 :ivo. the fat
heated, nz for doughnuts, so that the
hatter will rise to the top immedi
ately. Do not m?':o friliers too
large. Fry until well browjed,
drain 0.1 soft paper, sprinkle with
powdered suger, and serve with
1 em on uuce.
, a 'v
- Owing to ihj lL:i-z ut ee un
"poi ' at ah;vac:eis ;-- uPineville
Ac. demy," the enlv-i;dnn;ent hai
U.-ai 1 C3tpcnod ii ilil .;oir,3 t'nie Tievt
week. Th'3 h to be rc?.;r; Ued, for
'ae " v voak' .. . ' ,
WORK OF THE COLONS.
ISiils , a rill Co;iSu !;. i;i
Tin 1 rIay.
li r. Lask, fo pay Ed ward a
Broughton ft 100 for bioduig JOU.
ccpie? of the Codt; Mr. Turner, of
Mitchell, that this hon?? meet r.t
0;o0. and adjourn at 1:30 p. m.; Mr.
Smith, of St a n ly , f 0 a 1 1 0 w ; h a A t -lautic
and D.mville railroad certain
right?; Mr. IV tree, to :mee-d s"-oti-.;.
1, Chapter 14S, Law3 of 1803; Mr.
Johnson, to repeal cdtap er 2ki
Pablio Lawa ISOd; IV e? to
aimmd section 9d, chapter 2Hk Laws
1S03; Mr. li:cli:m:m, for relief of
the Clerk of the Superior Co ";j t of
Clay county; Mr, Phillip?, 0; Han
dolph, to autimrie the Treasurer of
Kandolnh ooiinty to y schord
claiio-; Mr, Hag wed I, to equalize tax-
jntion; l r. Abbott . io ei.courage the
commim ecliools of North Carolina:
Mr. Hooker (bv request), for
rtlief of Richard Lane: .Mr.
Uov.-ard, to repeal chapter
til Laws 1S93; Mr. Paker, to
.peal chapter 528, Act 1S1:3; Mr.
ikiker, to abolish days of grace; Mr.
Julian, to amend chapter 1 IS, g.'cs
lion S, Laws 1801, re.ief of James M
Monroe; Mr. Williams, of Craven,
to limit the punishment of larceny
in certain cases ; Mr. Flack, to in
corporate Kock Springs Camp
Ground in Rutherford county; Mr.
Young, to incorporate the Union
Mr. WiUiams, of Craven, to reg
ulaie judical sales in Cravtn county;
Mr. Ei ledge, to repeal cab pier 4G9,
Pub Laws 1803; Mr. Whue, to re
quire the Speaker to keep his eyes
oa the members aad not on the
gallery (Committee on Gallery).
Leayes of absence were granted to
Mr. McClammy for two days; ind&fi
nite leave of absence for Mr. Camp
bell, Mr. Johnson, of Sampson, until
Monday, Mr. Etheridge till Monday;
Inditinite leave for Curry, 0' Cum
berland. Mr. French, asked for Suspension
of rules to pasa the new rules, said
it could he done in five minutes.
Mr. Peebles thought it would take
some tirjne to discuss the matter, and
Mr. French -aid he would call up
the matter at the expiration of the
morning hour Friday.
VU You Ever
Try Flee trie Bit' era asa remedy for
your troubles ? If not, get a bottle
now an get relief. This imMieinc
has been found peculiarly apapted
to the relief and cure of all Female
complaints, exerting a wonderful
direct inllnence in giving strength
and. tone to the organs. If you have
Loss of Appetite, Constipation,
Headache, Fainting spell, or are
Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable, A' el-aiir-hol
or troubled with Dizzy spells
Jdectric Hitters is the medicine you
need . Health and strength are
guaranteed by its use. Large bottles
only 50 c at Fetzer'a Prug store.
-.-r: ; s- c It.
iooil Citizen orCnimuah ;
The census of the United States
shows that in our country in IS'0
one person out of every vus
sent to prison for crime.
in 1SC0 one person out of every
yU7 was sent to prison for cri:.o.;-.
In 1800 one person out of every
757 wa3 sent to prison for crime.
In a fev Stale 3 this ratio does not
hold, but upon the whole the swell
ba-3 been continuous a3 a - tide that
ha3 no ebb.
Are not the bare f-Hsof tin cens
sua alarming. Let the people think.
;j j- "fT" " 11 mi i imiw man, ii
HZFf VV.Dukc Sons &Co.T7W,y
iJri--:. iHZ AMERICAN IZMQQZZfoS tfx
3r DURHAM, N.C. U.S.A. Vy
ll A O H FROM
urn mm s ji&sci
John U'evloy ami the Fa . iih?v.
A tanner went to hear John Wei.
ley preach. He was a men who cared
little about religion; on the other
haad, he was not what ve call a bud
man, li s attention wks tooa e..C:t
ed and riveted. Weslev nid he
thought; he was talking chiefly of
money. HisH st was, "Get all you
can." The farmer nudged a ne;gh
bor and said: "This is strange
preaching, I never heard the like
before; this is very good. That man
has got Lhings in him; it is admira
ble piaaehingd' John Wesley dis
coursed on "industry," "actiyity,"
''living to purpose," and 'reached his
second division, "Saye all yon can."
Tne farmer became more excited,
"Was there orer anything like th't:"
he said. Weslc denounced tbrfi
lessness and waste, arid he sanried
the wilful wickedness which lavish
ed In miry; and the farmer rr,hbed
his hands 3 he thought, "All this I
have been taught fvom my youth
up," and wliat with getting, and
what v-ith hoarding, it jmed to
him that "salvation" had come to
his houee. But Wesley advanced to
his third head, which was, "Give a 1
vou can." "A b, dear
said the farmer, "he has gone rnd
snoiled it & 11. "Onward.
A lady recently visited our city,
and upon seeing another lady, a
friend whom she had not scm or
ht ard of for some years, entered into
a confidential talk which resulted as
follows, and told to our reporter :
"And so you are not married
"Engaged ? '
"Expect to be ?"
"What's the matter F1'
"Well, papa says that my husband
must be a keen and experienced
man, of good health rid good habii-i.
IvJamuia says he must be frugal, in
dustrious, attentive tad moral, and
I ay that he must be handsome,
d"r hing, ta1 (:. Ud ind uch, ,Ve ;;re
sUll looking for h1."
The .Uev. T E Winecotf will
preach at All Saints' Episcopal
church on .Friday night, 25th inst.
The &erices begin at 7 o'clock.
The original Durham Globe start
ed out with a' red head ard cr-mc. on i
with a black eye.
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JRi J.'fr-n ' Arnica !Halxr,
The Best Salve in tie worU for
. . T,, q , ,
UuiG, bi bio-s. bores. L lCtl'3 kj Ut
Rhenm, Fever 8ors, TetUr, Chapped
Hands, Chiiblain?, Corns and all
Shin Eruption?, u.u positively cuts
Tn, n, ,.,c r. r.nir.l. it is
gus-raLtced .to tre fatyfifaeton (r
rriODty rv --funded. Pi lee 25 ci'ntsr pe
bcr, F- silent P. B, Felzer's Drug
-.wT ECT - "
TOBACCC, WHICH IS
CO.. liiclm nn.e v
' 1 T . ,
OUR idi.f).Wi NT'a'!
LI r f j
VJ tern &ca I E i. 1 .1 i J .i, 2 . i
And HOW ii; tho i:.:r: t-t
solvc3 of barons, thi.-.
gagwo mean buvii.-H-,- ;
iirst to cOft-G v.i'.l r. ih. v. -v..
Lave a a few idcees ot A j i
word 75c wholesale -v. j Ci r
at fOe per yar-.i. Wo : :
that are worlh Si. 00 v:. c " . '
prr yard. Wo have the best i-icco
ever sold in this town pi io;-', Sl.i
we sell at 75c p r yard. We hrve h
black 44iLch Henrictla urah,
wholesale price 75e, we stdl : t Cic
and all oui winter poods ro proper-
tion. We bavo a jrand byr.ain to
offer in Misses and Cnildin
a ?5.00 coat to 0 at 3.75 -.r d ?. ro.
A sruall lot whoiesdio l't '' 62 0 '
and, 2 25 to go at 1.25 each. A To v
at prices that suit everybody. Hc?
don't fail t) sea our stock oi
Wo have some special biti jT.i;i! to
offer and guarantee prices- Will
i ot bo undersold, The obi ad a ;"
this: ' 'titoiLg lis btilia vin& 1' W- v.
Come and se?-; Glad to mo yi u j !
will iuterest you. Truly,
Ml Ml A f
Cokcokd, X. 0.
J. M. Odell,
D, B. Ccltraxe, i r
r . D. Coltraxti, AHtr-kd Ovsflii :
J.'M. Odell, D. F. CatL:1.
El am. King, . J. W. .vx.ix;
W. U. Odell, fv. II, hu,i r.
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Cod Well, stable-, orchard ai d out
hmieea ; 0ne two f?rv, 0 vn i -
Und one 4 room house on St. (.hitrlrb
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