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X. No. 101.
qIK MA1UUEO IN IIASTK.
- , IiisJs Iter Lover in tlie
, - ,; ii!l l Anotlior Woman.
Mu ll on, N. C, Feb. 25. Miss
i i'uiiU'i. who -.viia raited near
i, ,r, wnt to Greensboro about a
" .... ;i0 io liye. Something, like a
.,th :iiT() ehe came back to her
i,rMi. u-i'h a man who gave his name
r, rn e:chin? her fathers home
dispatched her Icyer to the
...... :i for license, and they
. , j ..;; n'-rrkd on the evening of
, .;h; v h. The bridegroom
.:1 Idt the bride to be gone a
... 1 H returned to his home in
;a comity, vnere he ha3 a
, .1 -;j children, and with
. . cheek acknowledged to
- w. i w hat htr had done, but
i ;! he ; id been overpcrsuaded, etc.
r-;; believing his absurd tale ad
,1 , .; V;y". i; err. s nit a lawyer as to
! u , : : Mo. 2 nullified.
A.: I.c from his law-
... ; f pack his grip and skip,
;:;u Le skipped.
Me -nubile wife No. 2 weary of
v.'.'.i::i iv ft yesterday for Gieens
' in 'search of this mnch-mar-
-! .,s ti Season.
Among the enthuishists of the
p'tv tlvre is rmeh talk of baseball
f.y; v-:;r citizens the coming season.
I:" - 'umP-ood that efforts will ha
!;:n;e .u . and enclose a ground
after a permanent organizition of
tlio crank-' h effected.
Not a-, aiuch enthusiasm over this
'rc:'.t pp!-t is expressed when the
rune conujs for action as there is at
:-:-i-A ;-'if let 03 hope the boys
wi.l su..c.l, thereby furnishing U3
rood lmc;..s this summer,
V v-.-.t a t ; n that will amuse
tb-- Hie M Points a.ain.
ill !.. i o II I in.
On :;ceonnt c f the higher ?ate of
it is fe sred tbat Gen lian-i-Mhi
North Carolina friends will
not htar from him by mail after he
goes t tl e City of Mexico, with the
prnr-vt s and frcq'-rrcy which
have ci ;i;;icier:zed his correspond-i-nce
since he has been in Washings
ton. Charlotte Observer.
IT he Obri.ryei is thus humoring
' ' Minister liinsom.
' !'lcis:inf A iit ici pat ion.
Tonii-ht wiH Core another social
jra th tt will interest many of our
young people, and the anticipation
'.f -'.vciy one who will respond to the
"ivitr.tion is of great pleasure and
entertainment. The noyelty of the
'cras on betpeaks untold merriment,
iniso;uch as it will be a "phantom
tvirty, each one being disguised.
i:.-irl liriualio Near St. liOiifs.
St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 25 A dis
tinct shock of the eartnquake was
Kit in the suburban town of Kirk
wood, 15 miles west of here, at 5
o'clock this morning. A number
cf families were awakened by the
vibration, which was of sufficient
force to shake windows ana rattle
I I! Also In Washington Mate
Ta'-ova, Wash., Feb. 25. Two
slight shocks of earthquake were
ftlt here and at Summer, 12 miles
ant this morning, at 5 o'clok.
Vour astention ia cailea to the ad
'rtistment of a new face It is
firm of Lowe & Son, who have
purchased the S J Lowe company's
stock. LY'id whsif thv Rfiv on the
Tlie Lexington Murder.
The news from Lexington
practically the same as that the
Standand gave out Mondaj eyening.
The reports in the Charlotte Ob
server and by priyate source put no
other color on the unfortunate af
The report we had was a special,
sent by a discreet and truthful
gentlemen of Lexington. Ana the
Standard felt sure of giving to our
readers a report reliable in every
We have s:en several reports that
thero was talk of summary punish
ment being yisited upon Mr. Shm
well. In thi3 we do not believe.
That county has had enough such
sensation, besides there are two sides,
both of which a d iscreet and law,
abiding public will naturally want
the courts to investigate.
There .has been some bad feelings
for some time. Young Dr. P.ucharan
has had to suffer some inconvenience
on account of some charges prefer-
Dr. Payne. Dr.
Shemwell are in-
tereste i in on3 drug store, while
the Drs. Payne are alike interested
in another. The public dees not
know just what has been said or
lone, which ha3 wrought a feverish
Of course the act is deplorable
and should not have occurred; yet
rv n, in wrath and goaded to frenzy,
have b.fore dene wrong thing3 and
things they afterwards suffered for
and regretted. For thi3 reason the
Davidson people will not lose their
heads and take the life of one now in
the custody of the law.
.n IiTsano'.Man Shoots II i IVlfe am!
Then Kill Himself.
Terre Haute, Feb. 21. At days
light i his morning Altamott C
Walker, a well-known business man
a akened hi3 sleeping wife and fired
at her, the bullet imbedding i self
in the pillow. Mrs. Walker started
to fiee from the room, but was grab
bed around the neck by her husband,
who, with a pistol in either hand,
tired two more shot?, one wounding
Mrs. Walker fclightly in the hand.
Walker then turned the pistol on
himself and sent a bullet through
his lungs. lie lived but a short
Insanity is saie to bethe cause of
the attempted murder and suicide.
Some (Joorsia SinKgets.
Instead o'growlin' at the snow,
thank the Lord for lettin' you see it
without leaving Georgy.
The. Lord didn't make this whole
country for you. He reserved a few
lightwood knots for alligators to
Hard times are better than no
times at all. They are a godsend to
folks that never had no excuse for
Don't fret when the river's froze
over. Maybe if it wasn't you
wouldn't have no money and
couldn't hire a boat.
There are some men in this coun
try that can't admire a tree unless
it's got beegum in it.
The negro, Will May, a prisoner
who set the Stanly jail on fire sever
al weeks ago at:d which was entirely
consumed, got a sentence of fiye
years in the pen. Stanly people
think this light for the loss ot their
doubled wall jail, while Judge Rob
inson may not have valued it much.
Thisis'by grapevine telegraph.
CONCORD, N. C, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1895.
A Mcetingon ttieShiloh Battlefield.
The government, having passed a
bill for the purchase of the niatoric
site of the memorable battle of
Sh.loh and to make it a great
national memorial park, the suryi
vors of that great conflict, both the
blue and the gray, will meet at the
old battlefleld on April 5, G and 7
next to hold their annual reunion
and to inaik the yarious positions
h. Id by both armies during the great
ha1 tie of April G and 7, 1862.
The Shiloh Battlefield Association !
is compos: d cf the blue and the
gray, :e.id a cordial invitation u ex
tended, through those headquarters,!
to all Confederate soldiers and their
friends to meet in reunion cn that
occasion. There- were Confederate
troops in (bat bnttle; from eleven
Siafc?, comprising eighty-four regi.
ments of infantry, twenty-three
battles cf artillery, and sevtn reis
ments of cavalry, under command of
General Albert Sidney Johnston, G
T Beauregard, Braxtcn Bragg
Leomdas Polk, W J Hardee, John
F Breckinridge and others. The
surviyors of these commands are re
quested by the assistant secretary of
the Shiloh Battlefield Association,
Captain James Williams, of Savan
nah, Tenn., a Confederae officer, to
send him their names, posteffice ad
dress and the company and regiment
they served with at that great bat
tle, while Colonel ET Lee, secretary
cf the association, a Federal officer,
has rt quested all tho3e who wore the
blue at that battle to send him their
names, j..ofctoffice address, company
and regimen-, to Monticello, 111.
A number of Mecklenburg sol
diers participated in this battle, and
thre or four old ye's
county will attend.
Knights of Jlaccahocs.
The State Commander writes us
from Lincoln, Neb , as follows: "Af
ter trying other medicines for what
seemed to be a very obstinate cough
in our two children we tried Dr
King's New Discovery and at the
end of two days the cough entirely
left them. We sha'l not ba ith
out it heresfter as our experience
proyes that it cureB where all omer
remedies fail." Signed F W Stevens
State Com. Why not give this
great medicine a trial, as it hi
guaranteed anl trial bottle3 free at
Fetzer's Erug fctore. Pcgular size
50c aLd $1 00.
All Saints' Episcopal t'lmrcli.
Tomoircw being Ash Wednesday,
there will be services in the aboye
church at 11 o'clock, and at 5
o'clock in tne afternoon. Services
also on Thursday and Friday after
noon at 5 o'clock.
From the Congo Free State.
Kev. Geo. D Adamonson, a return
ed missionary from the Congo Free
States will lecture in the Second
Presbyterian church tomorrow
night. The congregations of the
First and Second churches will
worship together. Mr. Adamonson
is an English missionary supported
! by the church in Concord. Char
Lincoln's birthday, Feb. 12tb,
will after this be a legal holiday in
Minnesota. Thus saith our solons
at St, Paul, and Gov. Clough acs
quiesces. The legislature so -creed
before aDd not being sure whether
the law included this year or not re
pealed it and started over again with
result as aboye stated.
CHEW THE FINEST
T. C, WILLIAMS CO., Richirond, Ya
$5" For sale by all firstsclass dealers.
Charles Dud fey Warner
"The tim ; will corr.p v.hen som inventive
penlus v,i II enable us to ' drop a nickel in the
slot,' and take out a complete education."
Little did the great novel'st dream that his
jest was so soon to crystalize into the practical
plan today before the readers of this paper.
There Is not an intelligent man in the
world but appreciates the value of an
education, and has occasion many times to
regret the fact '-hit he ha? cither failed to
take advantage of early opportunities, or
perhaps has bemi deprived altogether of the
advantages of higher educational lnstitution3
in his eat iier life.
It Is Too Late
For them to take up a regular course of
study, there being no tim to devote to it
amid the varied cares of act -'e life.
Hut the next best thing c an educational
course is the possession of the results of the
ripe scholarship of others, and when these
i results are epitomized the one who has them
; at his command has actually the cream of a
"In a word, the ENCYCLOPEDIA
KR1TANNICA is a whole college education
' in itself. The most brilliant graduates do
not know more than is contained within Its
Those Who Expect
To avail themselves of our special offer
should order at once, while they can
procure this great work at the introductory
! rates of only Ten Cents a day.
The novel method for collecting these
t instalments is as educating as it is attractive.
Vour boy will thoroughly en joy dropping in
the dime a day which you have given him
the opportunity to earn for himself, and as
the dimes pile up and he realizes that this
trifling sum, properly managed, will give him
a clear title to so grea 'a library, he will have
impressed upon his mind a most valuable
object lesson : Economy for the sake of
HAMMOND & CO.
130 & ;:132Pcral Strpet,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Stocks, Pond3 and Grain bought and
sold, or carried on Margin.
P. S. Send for explanatory circus
lar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (H'ree) dwly
S E M I N A R Y
A Flourisning School for Young
REV. C. L. T. FISHER, A. M
MOUNT PHEASANT N. C".
WnonE NO. 1,458
TOBACCC, WHICH IS
Li L'1. f. vri.
North Calolixa e
Cabarrus county ( kEioB Uur.7.
Eiam Kins', administrator of liu
an- Sfpyye, drccasu plaintiff,
vs. M J Lto, Mary Irortcn r d
hubbsm', D A Derto,; K.-c
Rice ami husband, Wm lUev
Joser-h Li W H Lt.-. Ja l o li
Corzine, John M I er, M 1
Myers, M C Slouch. Mrvin
Fun;erscr, Martha Ktu v and
husband. Kclh; All rt,
Frank, Elizabeth. Adnm, h'te
phen and fervin l ui xc-iscn
M' ry .Meachnm a; d hu!-n.
John Menchvrp; FJiz'.l-i) F: r
person, Kobert McG rv.s, E"-i.i
Parnell and l:ubaLd, La lr
nell; Isabella Smith ;-n-i .
band, Jiob Smith; John O Fur
gersop, Cur a AuU:i Luy
band, W (J A.lU:; TV;::.hci
Sossamon and ir.v V,,); Jr"ha"l)
Sossamcn; il uru u Vih'v and
hubband, Gcv;.' p.;.- , :oU
Annie Furrso. , defc..; !-iit,.
It appearincr to tbe saris:
ihe Court from tl- rttiTM
A Sims, Sheriff of C.vbarrns Ccnnty,
N. O., and trom the afii3nyi't of
Elarn Kins filed ia the hbovo-enti-tied
action, that John JI I ee, Mer
vin Furerson, Martha Kelly anl
husband, Kelly, Albfn-f, F-.i
Elizabeth, Adam, Stephen and in
other Mervin hurersoa a'e non
residents of this Statr-, " nft-.-r
due diligence eanrofc frrhl
within the State of Xorth Carolina,
and aro reces.-f-r 1 ,:,
J . . 1
parties to tne above-' i:!t ' :,;,)
J'. IT .
proceeding, which hua Lctn
in said Court to &l! i
i. ii. . .. i . . . .
. t t -
muQ me real esta'f' t ea-J J'r.n.nn
Stowe described in ih (.;. ..r.laint'of
the plaintifi for the purpco ul mak
ing assets to ray tho .lebis .and
charges of admiiiisdnrtior. on tlie es.
tate of Faid huuni Stoo ana
whereas tho said (h:fem-.:i;it - Jc hn
W Lee, Mervin Tvi.ryvr-, 'r.rth't
Kelly and husband, - Kelly, AU
bert, Frank, Ehzabeih, AdiiU,
Stephen and Mervin Pnrrrr: -i b.uvo
an interest actual or coLtinyreiit as
heirs at law tf taid IUu louo m
Now, therefore thp
Lee, Mervin, FLireiFo.i, :farthi
Kelly and husband, Keily,
Albert, J'rank Kh'zilotl!, A.'a'.j,
Stephen and Mervin Fu':erf on a4 ')
hereby not tied that unlets th-y bo
and appear at tho office of the L'erk
of Hie Superior Cor.i t of sahi covnt7
and State aforesaid on . !oro tbo
28th day of lareb, i-d plcaJ,
answer or demur to the eciur-lnmt
of the plaintiff in y-iid r-p?( i,d pros
ceedingr, that t.he ;;d-.ir iv .via uppiy
to the Court for ti t- -;. ; , ui-:.i-ed
in the complain l :r y o.v.'s
Thip, 9th day of I'. o: ;. , , :) ).
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