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CONCORD,- MARC 114 , 181)5.
WILL KOT SOME SE MOVE?
That is a sad case reported else
where in this paper. It appeals for
the hand of charity and mercy, on
its face. Will not some one move
in this matter? S j that the facts
giyen in this issue are not sub
The boy must not be more than
L7; at any rate bis size suggests one
He was sent here from Cleyeland
county to the chain gang for two
years, of this ha has served sixteen
The boy is dying of consumption
the sands of his life are running
out fast and thick.
My God, shall a youth, who has
served 16 months' of his 24 months'
sentence, die 10 jail of comsumption
TFaep the ends of justice haye been
,Yere it in the power of the coun
ty comcuiidioners to pardon him, we
Joubt noi "hat they would do it. li
? tin G v.raor's power alone.
,Wi.I nut .some one become inter
ested enough to lay Uje facts before
His Ei'iciler.oy. Gov. Carr, and sc
;ur.:- h;s dea?e from ;pri3on-
Let rh - po'jr boy go home to Lis
cither, ;;is i a trier, the seeues of iiu
hotnt i-itt inm die on his native
'I and not a prisoner -in jai', with
no io Tied ones present,
M-irl: yon; thi is a youth, not a
hardened old criminal and chronic
lav; breaker. He's some one'3 dar
ling; boy, or ha3 been once upon a
IT I'. A VIlOllN IX 1'JIEIU FLESH.
Tii3 Ealeigh News & Observer is
the rattlingest best paper in the
3-ate. It's long way the . best. paper
' er issued from Raleigh. It is vig
orous, clear-keen cut in it says,
Jos3?hus Daniels is doing valueable
ard splendid service in the name of
the State. It isloing much to show
that thpreare yet hundreds of white,
pure white, people in North Carolina
'.vhoiw either Douglasites nor mis
eegervmomsts. Go it, Brother,
The way they kick, hol, bray and
snort, h-;'s a spur, a veritable thorn,
.S OF Mj
The newspapers of the State now
have ?. subject for a moral lesson.
The cackling of geese is said to
have saved Rome, but there were no
geese to prevent the little goose and
bis cigarrette from burning up Kiri
eton last week. Thy boy tare
dosvu a cigarretLe in a btfaW barn
! this scl lire to it and from it 250-
000 worth of property was destroyed.
The on I j cost to do this was
CvDt cigarrette and a boy 3 raised.
i But you can't keep bojs in the
j right path when they are allowed
to do i.s thev please; have what they
p'eas ; go when they pleaa; loaf on
the street wherever ad whenever
they please; and you can't keep them
frcm smoking when thiy see their
tatucrs and others smoko eigarreltee.
What you going to do uVrnt it ?
Marion Butler has the grippee,
Congress (and ain't you glad) is
now adjourced Wonder if they
sang the L. M. Ooxology, as did a
Cianky Judge once upon a time.
The .death ot Mr. Jno. W Wade
worth is a great loss tp Charlotte,
his home. II is uforts and name
have been connected for years with
the yery beit interests of Charlotte.
He loved his home, defended her
and was always found ready to con
tributed of his means to any and all
causes that had the purpose of
benefitting the community in which
Many a man that reads Korner
will read some Bible for the first
time iu a long time.
The Ballot-Box, Prohibition or
gar. at Abbeville say3 that it opposed
fusip! because it knew it would be
"breeding and turning loose all oyer
the State full opticorbed beasts that
leave death in their path."
The Columbus News says that the
adjournment in honor of Douglas. is
all the more scandalous because
'Douglass could not live in North
Carolina with his white wifej witb
out violating the criminal laws of
The contract was signedJSaturJay
I by W D McAdoo by which jUhe Mcs
I Adoo Hotel, of Greasboro, 13 lea?rd !
to Capt. B J Fisher for a term of ten
years. Capt. Fisher will run both
Winston shipped over one million
pjuii ; .i:r Picture J to'iacco du- f
ring .jnth- or 1'ebr'i.iry, Th-!
stamp collections wr: rrega'.ed'f 0l, j
In the House, the r unionists voted
down-an amendment to the election!
law providing that pvdl holders shall
be of good moral cbaracti r. Having
this 1 1 wevr, Senator Dowd scored a
point yesterday hy ottering an
amendment that polKholdera shall
be at least of moderately good char
acter. He explained that he knew
the Republicans would not disqualify
their voters by requiring good char
acter, but they ought to give nun of
"at least modera'ely good character."
but it wa.-? voted down.
ii is r know
That the average young woman
does not object to a young man
stealing something from under her
That times arc growing harder
and 3 jt tha Popj i?e having their
That the Fudcmats have Dot pro'i
yided pension fcr Mrs. Fred
2C ii I ; I :i s o f a c cn lc e.s .
The State Commander writes us
from Lincoln, Neb , as follows: "Af
ter trying ocher medicines for what
seemed to be a very obstn ate cough
in our two child rex vve tried Dr.
King's New Diseovtry and at the
end of two days he cough entirely
left them. tVe shall not be vvith
out it hereafter as our experience
proyes that it cures where, all other
remed.es fail' Signed F W Stevens
State Com Why not give - this
great medicine a trial, as it ia
guaranteed tin 1 trial bottles free at
Fetzer'd Eru frtore. Regular size
50c and $1 CO.
1 I have located in Concord for the
practice of medicine and surgery,
and respectfully ask the public fcr a
share of their patronage I may be
found at my office at any hour of
the day or at my residence at night
when not out professionally, and
will gladly respond to all callB
Office under that of Montgomery
& Croffell. Respectfully,
tf J. E. Smoot, M. D.
HAMMOND & CO.
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