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CONCORD, N. C., SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1895.
WiionE NO. 1,402
&iiM'Uci Oat Jsiliiiic-A (
:,,n in tlie Case.
.;L1f Fisher, a colored won
husbaud 19 scrvim,' out
.. on the chain ganr, and
ins :inated another man,
,vd Friday uihfc aben 8
:i Spring street by Angei'
. the neglected wife of one
For a year or more j
t,.)lVid ouod his wife and
Tosephice, and an
, Af.ie.--.'d it : "1 couldn't
o longer," whereupon she
by lloguiug the woman
i.V-.it'd her husband.
:er w.j oa the scno of
; it was a si,ht to wit .033
uiiirifi and clothes tearing.
i; ! wemeu were soon
hustled off to the
' t . They v 0 :.nc-d $"
'. lis ,t;:i released from
1 s; U Ml; ul COUl fe.
10 Lnnlum of it.
1; : .a Reynolds, of IVori.
vrnatlonal Field Su
. . one of the best known
Mioi speakers aud work
; Mr N B Bronghton
1;, President of North
: 1 . ,
St.tte oil n day School As
. . d ot ; :f 1 !,viil address the
Salisbury and vicinity, in
i-ry Presbyterian church
Thursday, Mrch 7ih, at
., m, and at p. m , and
jri., upon Sunday School
. T:t" friends of the Sunday
: :l; o i., U,.aii and neighboring
.' vit;;j or ci-di.'.Hy invitee! to at
u. ml h- ? -rviois,
a c . L: 1. tee c. ihrce
. )t.j A in Sahabury,
-t uluis!-i;t of vis; yrs, will b& ap"
; i-hv l-v iii teachers next Sun
' joint committee is in-
: to "vj.jt at the Daivs & Wiley
on next Monday afternoon at
; ul'jck to arrange for the accom-
- .- 1 , ; , . r
... .,v,Ut'.. ..'Jl H.1UU1C)
Kn-.ud-) intending to be present
;t . .e:.d postal signifying
; : liit ni.on and time of arrival
. v ( i '? .ivi. Salisbury.
. ' S . S V ''KRI N'T F. N' I V- N TS
"i'-C"! ! - uleyi'.uon of r.iilread
:.:j?v:- ha"?.1 been to Wa?hirgton
. ! 1 .. .'-.d on tho (dd of
..: 3 1h-i)'; restored, it has I:-ked
! ; ).;; a reliable source that if
ri'i!iev'S continue the demand
v '.-!- linemen v.dll be downed
'1 ir vdace3 filled by r:egro
:. Not only will this apply 10
. : but will effect the brakemen,
ii. n and switchmen.
the way our Legislature
' o ., inen and substnute
t it is only in keeping if the
doe 3 li -:e'v i?e. '
' :'v '-'v nrcss cilice was a place of
' t tub. morning. Mr. D V
nMdn'r received by express a
-is-.-, v - white turkeys from the
.Kf Farm, near Hillsboro
. 'oie for M3 to endeavor to
i . ; fi-ix beauty. Mr. Krim.
one or me loremosi
raiser?, and this addition
rdrctdy fine variety of fowls
.' prido h.
takej in tue
1 ' .'ir-.tive art the pys
't i'noi;iv of North Carolina will soon
W. L. WILSON CONFIRMED.
Hie Most 'Important Jin a Large
Hatch of Confirmations.
Woshin?ton, March 1. The"Sen
ate today confirmed the following
nominations: William JV.WilsoD, of
West Virginia, to be Postmaster
General ; John W Showalter. of
Illinois, United States circuit judge
for the the seventh judicial circuit ;
Olin Wellborn, United States judge
i'or the southern district of Califors
nia ; Job, H O'Neil, assistant United
States treasurer at Boston ; United
States consul, Louis M Buford, of
Hiiro is, at Daso Del Norte, Mexico.
Postmaster: Alabama J W.-ller
Orr. New Decatur,
All the army and navy promotions
on the calendar ware also confirmed,
including 'tho following : Commo-
dore W;v;. A Kirkland, to be rear
admiral va the navy; Captain Fran-j
c'a M Buiicf, to be commodore:
Comrrander Purnoll F Harrington,
to bo captain; Lieutenant Com
minders Samuel W Very, Frederick
W Crocker and Robert Berrr, to be
Also the appointments in the army
made by brevet fr"gallent services
in the Indian campaigns."
i'eil 11 1 nt About Your War Imp lain
Pev. A D Betts, of Newbern, N
C, has been chosen to write a history
of the chaplain service among the
North Carolina troops during late
war; lie must have the help of all
the living chaplains. He wishes to
hear from eyery one. They should
tell him when their services began
and ended, what regiment each
served ana to what church each be
longed and something of their ex
perience and work during the war.
He urges the old soldiers also to
write ,-; d tell him about the work
of their dead chaplains. If the
chaplain. loved the soldiers enough
to go and sleep on frozen ground, to
preach to them, they ought to be
glad to wriie about them. Let sev
eral hundred letters go to Newbern
in a few weeks telling about the
State papers phase copy.
For Over Fitly Years.
Mrs. Wiuslo.s Sooth;ng Syrup has
been need for over fifty years by
millions of n, others for their'children
while teething, with perfect success
It soothes the child, oftens the
gums, fill ay all pain, cure3 wind
colic, apd is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea, It will relieve the poor
little s-.ifferer im mediately. Sold by
I)rri-T;rr.ts m every nart of the
world. Twenty-live cents a bottle
Be sure and asiv for Mrs. Wicaiow's
?othii; r Svrr!',, and take no other
Woes yif llo Mobility.
Mrs. King-Yes, my daughter
n:arried a blacksmith, and she has a
nico home nnd getting along nice.
Julia married a shoemaker ?and Lis
very comfortably provided for. Alice
maried a butcher and is very com
Mrs. Frazier -and your daughter
Mrs. King (sadly) Aia&! feho
married a foreign pnnce. 1 send
her five dollars a weet:, and by takf
ing in washing she manages to sup
port the family. Truih.
ill be a regular ccmnt'inis
option r i Smokes' Lodf e No. 32, A F
&. xV M Monday night at 7:30 o'clock.
Take due notice and be goyerned
accoidingiy. By order of W M.
All Womou-Xo Men." i
Mrs. K A Brown h id a dining on
Friday and also a live o'clock tea.
To this ere invited a number of
her marri d lady friends not one
man was on the entire premises. We
have heard that it was a delightful
time ana that all felt much younger.
If the Stand rcl did rot betray con
fldence, it might fi 1 up a column
with one theme discussed. It was
"superstition.''. Kverz lady pres.
ent told one or mere unlucky things
t? do. Every Ot.e 13 a good church
member, Cough every ore b---: in
herited just a little faith in sorre
superstition -saymga and beliefs.
At any rate, every one came out the
same door through which they en
tered, rather 1 nan io "Jie before the?
had another such oppor. unity ' to
feast and ctjo h; m ehes so splen
didlj." 1 A
The Augusta Chronicle ihinks
Senator Ransom may j istly bo com
plimented by his appointment, but
he certainly in not by the cuts that
are beiiag printed of him in the
This reminds c f a war incident.
It is known of s dl r. en that there is
in existence a victure purpo tii g to
be that of General Stonewall Jack
son, which is a little lesj like Gen
eral Jackson thnri it is like any
other man. It E.how3 him vith
b!ack eyes, blnck whiskers and
black hair, none cf which he had.
The explanation is that in 1SG1 or
'G2 a crayon artist went out on the
lines about Itichni... ! to sketch the
generals. General Bfatt Ransom,
who wan then a colonel and a hand
some, ditttinguitihed looking man,
rode down the lines, stopping near
where the artist stood, and some
one said, "there goes General Jack
son." The artist made a hurrieel
crayon sketch of Ransom and labelh
ed it Jackson. From this sketch a
picture was made that to this day
passes for Stonewall Jackson.
ItmMl in a. Diu I.
Paris, March 1 M IV-roLer, one
of the editors of the Journal De
bats, was killed in a duel fought
with sword3 this morning by M Le
Chateier, and cllicer of the marines.
The duel was the result of a per
sonal difficulty be; ween Jhe two
gentlemen. It occured on the island
of Grand Jatte in the river Seme.
At the first encounter, M Le Chat
telier's sword passed through M
Perchers guard, penetrating IwS
bDdy below' the right armpit and
pierced his right lung, The wound
ed man died in a few minute?.
Attention 1 Black IJoys.
Don't forget that next Monday
night is your regular monthly in
spection, a full meeting is desired.
By order of
W. S. Bingham.
Knltits of MaccivhocH.
The State Commander writes us
from Lincoln, Neb , as follows: "Af -ter
trying other medicines for what
seemed to be a very obslirate cough
in our two childr: v lj i:ied Dr.
King's New Discovery and at the
end of two days he cough entirely
left them. We shall not bs with
out it hereafter as our experience
proyes that it cures where ail other
remedies, fail." Signed F W Stevens
State Com. Why not give this
great medicine a trial, as it h
guaranteed an I trial bottles free at
Ftdzer's Erug store, Pcgular size
oCc and $1 00,
CHEW THE FINEST
. a it a : w
M A K U F A CTUKD Y
T. 0, WILLIAMS -CO., Richn ond Va
For sale by all firstclass dealers.
46 Uoc!e Jerry"
As the ex-Secretary of agriculture,
late Hon.;?remIah Rusk, was
afTectionateiy styled by those who
knew him best, was a highly
educated man. It would be senseless
to sav that he was not educated,
simpfy because he never went through
college. He !s one of that long list of
self-educated men of which our country
is so justly proud. Ne other land can
boast of so honored a list of seif-maJ-s
men. Deprived of the educational i
advantages which i
the more favored
enjoy, such men
make the most of j
their opportunities j
and by their
ciimb to the
highest rounds of
the ladder of
success and fame.
Ex-Secretary Rusk did not inherit
his wide knowledge of agriculture and
practical farming. He acquired it by
studying nature and reading the
There is not a boy in the United
States today, having the ordinary
allowance of Intellect, who may not
make himself felt as much In the
world as did Mr. Rusk.
Are the best friends that any boy can
have. Through them he may become
the dally companion of the greatest
minds that the world has ever known.
All that their wide experience has
taught them they are ready to tell to
the boy who reads.
In the ENCYCLOPAEDIA
BR1TANNICA the greatest scholars
of this generation have not only given
their best thoughts, but have carefully
gathered, classified and condensed the
best which trie great men of all ages
had to offer to the world.
When ex-Secretary Rusk was a boy
it would have cost him
A Small Fortene
To purchase the ENCYCLOPAEDIA
BRITANNICA, an.d had he been able
to purchase it, he would indeed have
possessed the greatest reference libraty
then known to man, but it would have
been meagre compared with the great
ninth edition, revised and brought up
to date, as It is in the new edition now
sold at Introductory prices to our
We say that everv intelligent boy
. living In the United States today has a
' better opportunity to become a great
man than did the Hon. Jeremiah Rusk,
for any boy can earn and save ten
cents a day, and that will buy the best
library in print.
Charlotte, N. C.
Ho Acrreoil AVilli II'r.
Good Old Lady Rum! Yes, the
iJemou Rum ! ;Just thiLk of the
misery it causes !
Thirsty Walters ou b t it aoes,
1 idy ! You wouldn't believe the miss
t i i .'1 ,1 - 1 4-
eryi ve ueen euneriu ier ue mm
tVee tiourb fer the wa t of a dr'nk e f
Knckien's Arnica .salve.
The Bc?st Salve in t.e worl--l for
Cuts,, Bruise, Sores, Ulcers, Silt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter,Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin F ptione, and positively cures
Files or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale at P, B. FetzeFs Drug
w Jrl v
TOBACCC, WHICH 13
Ml JL .
Noimi L'alolina (
Cab;;:i ii3 ountv
an-.- StoTv , d'was-:'. pl-iir.1 .".
vs. M J Lo?, Mary Dortcn ami
husband, D A Da ton; ;,,,,
S - -.1 1 T -
Jiice aim i..iiri anu,
Joseph Leo T J) v
Corzino, John "M i
Myers, A I C f;'to-:
Fuijersoi', Martha :-.ny ,
husband. Kc:'-, Ail
Frank, Eli-1 lt t r "A 1
phen and .Uorv.i ;.'';;:a:i
Meiy ecliLin ; i. r: . f ;!:: . ;
John Meaeh-m: VMy d.i!. V
person", Ilobt-rt 3icG.k' . Kr;
band, Bob Smith: d; 1
geiTO: , Cora Austin
band, V C A ;j. -,-.'.! ;
Sos; luon nn 1 husi.v..
husband, George P
Annie Furg'--r.;o; , d f .
It appearing to the
the Court: from the iiv -A
Sim?, Sheriff of ib;i:;-
N. C, f'.r.d iroiii .
Ehtm Ivinsr filed in tb t- .
tied action, that John M. I
vin Furgo) son, lai 'J'
husband, KeJly. AJ1vt
Elizabeth, Adam, Stephc.i
other Slervin Furjrei::'.;
resident i of this M A ,
due diligence can. ot !
within the State of N.-i -L :
and are necessnr r. 1
ppities to the above-c ntii '
picceeding, which "hm
in said Court to
sale the real estate of e:;-
towe do?crib?d in the c- .
i :: ibt of
& ie piainuu ior lue pmp
iag assets to ray !!-
charges of admii-tf tjr.-. :
tate of said iUiann
whereas the said defer ' . ;
W Lee, Mervin Frrger--r
Keliv and husband,
b e r t , F i a n k , Eli z : : b : : r,
Stephen and Alcrvinl'ur; n
an interest actual or e. '
heirs at law cf said I'm !
Now, therefore, th sai i ,
Lee, Mervin, FurgerLc,
Kelly and husband,
Albeit, J'rank Elizabfl.-.
Stephen and Mervin Fur-;
. 1 1 i 1
t. i- --JL
hereby not. hed tnfit unh . l1-- I c
and appear at the ofiice of tho Ckr-c
of 1 lie Superior Com r of - . y
and State aforesaid o j
23th dy of March, 180r ;.; I Vrr. l,
answer or demur to the rpmr.-h'ir
of the plaintiff i-i s-uei r: . .. , .. ,
ceeding, that tho :'nint;f.'
to the Court for re ie;i 1 .terhn-d-ed
in the cv.mpiaint ;lo fv , i v..,tr.
This, 0th day of V brrnr-'- IMi",
-us. i GiHsov:.
Clork So: k i ;oi:i i.
THE ARM LOCK
Ad iusixl at hoi !..
Spring vet kiK'V. j tx;: ,y
world, ii win v. . 1 .7
square and will r
A3 yO, -if A.
THE ARM LO ZK &
is in manyol I lie bet!
1: o j n e s into w nan el c o i t y .
Mr JoJjiiP, Allison aild
Dr. Jj. M. Arcliey ?iy it
is complete and t!:.ev
t li e rn .
. Forfr?rtH-r portion!::;
on me or ad dices,
J. Wallace (Uovt
Concord, N. C,
Wanted Ac ;ivc, Hor.e;t (.'eiu--man
or Lady to travel repr ' - tir v
eetablished, riab!? honpp. - - in?
$65 monthly and traveling ejpenPos
with increase, if snited. Iv'clOie r -rrerjce
and eelf-ddrec?ed t :.n
envelope. The DominaO.v,
317 Otnaha I uildiiii', Ci..'i; ro