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BY JAMES P.COOK.
OFFICE IN CASTOR BUILDING
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OUR CHARTER CHANGED,
CONCORD, MA UGH o 1805.
The Legislature has made a cost
ly and an unwise b utuier in abolsh
:n the old rule that the Stafe
Kianls of Education f ball select the
t.ooks for the p.ib'ic schools, and
th.j the county boards in each of
the lr.uety-six counties shall select
the books in their respectiye couutit-s.
There l as never been a complaint
Against the present system by any
except the agtts of unsuccessful
book companies. There haa been
no clamor for a change. It has
ben brought about by the attorneys
and agents of book companies, and is
in their interest and not in the in
terest of the tax-payers.
Tne result of the change will be
expensive, and open to grave evil3.
Book agents, who are known not to
be overscrupulous, will be active to
secure the adoption of their special
books, and will be willing to give a
consideration for their adoption.
Changes, unnecessary and unwise,
will be made,; and the children will
have to foot the bills.
This is "Reform." News and Ob
County Government Bill raises Pro
ceeding in the Senate and House.
In the Senate bills were introduced
defining fraternal beneficiary so
cieties, and to increase the numoer
of directors of the penitentiary.
The bill to allow oyster dredging
which was tabled yesterday passed.
The bill to allow the people of Rich
mond count to vote on the creation
of school and county passed final
The bill to provide for comity
adoption of school books passed.
Bills passed amending the charter
of Asheville, to incorporate the Mor
ganton and Shelby Railway; to in
corporate Peoples' Fire Insurance
Co; to amend the charter of Con
cord ; to change the county seat of
Kutherford gfroui Rutherford to
in the House, a resolution adopted
and sent by M-irkm Roberta post
Grand Army of the Republic of
Asheville, vas read commending the
Senate for passin;; the Confederate
moniiiien: bill ..id uimtf thr
Hon he to pasa it, A bill w:.3 intro
duced o a me ud the charter of Ra!
eih ,,ro.:diu2 for a police board.
Bills paired to incorporate the
South Atlantic Endowment
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vlF YOU BUY A'
For men. women or boys at prices ranging
from f 15 to f SO. We ship from factory olJ?ct
to approval and are the only manufactur
ers selling direct to Consumers. Wthav
noAgenti. We offer greater Talne In our
Oxford Gladiator wheels at H to 80 than
other manufacturers with prices from ilOO
to 81 SO. Every wheel fully warranted.
Don't pay local dealers a profit of Fifty
percent. Cut this out and write to-day for
our handsome catalogue. Address,
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aXFOBD MFG. C0.,
In foot ball there are as many
drawbacks as there are full-backs
anJ s alf -backs.
That was a black scene at Armory
Hall Tuesday night.
A green goods yictim, armed to
the teeth, is tramping the streets of
Chicago on the lookout for a man
with a wart on.hia eyelid who swin
died him out of ..$300. Those who
have friends with waits on their
eyelids should have them removed.
Martial law has been declared in
the proyince of Santa Clara as the
result of the uprising of two insiu
gent bands, one of them under the
lead of the notorious bandit Matagas.
Now that our city charter has
been changed, you J. may look for
At Springfield, Ill.,yesterday Se na
'or Johnson, of Cook county, created
a sensation by offering in the Senate
a resolution charging the municipal
and county authorities of Chicago
and Cook county with bodleism and
calling for the appointment of a
joint committee of the Senate and
Hoiue to investigate.
incorporate A lantic, V.t'.icv'ille &
Riedr.'ille Railroad; to incorporate
the Carolina and Northwestern Rail
road. Tne bill to change the system of
county gjvernmeut pass-d the Sen
are by a dtrict party vote, 70 to 30
'1 here wis quite a sensation on the
vo:e on the amemendment by Ray,
Demr.orat, providing th t the peo
ple elect magistrates. This w ;s
losijea 12, noes 73. The Senate bill
prowling foi the election of three
additional magistrates by the people
at the next election passed by a strict
party vote, 72 to 31.
I.ynehinc is Feared.
Jacksonville, Fla., March 5.
Yesterday evening, near
Bowling Green, DeSoto county
Fla., Henry Jordan ravished
the nineyearcold daughter of
Mr. Stevens. The child may
die from her injuries. Jordan
is a white man and has a wife.
He has been arrested and
jailed at Arcadia. Lynching
is feared. The child is in a
lilce to have those books conven
iently ard properly arranged.
We nunu.'Ktur and s It sev
eral sorts ol hook cases, d'ciion
ary holder.-, i-V.
B i-;' n.Hru:ftcturers, we can
alljal 'to .Mill them at the usual
ret. il prices jnd to jiive j v.iKuble
present cf oooks "A 5th each pur-
With i ?--.oo dictlonsry holder,
lor in.-Ur.cc, wc ffive you a choice
a' '.everal r-et". f books, ea.-h worth
f'jiii ji.ro t. S-a.co. With l-ri;c.T
t.urch.i. e, v five more b-'oks.
Str.d foi" p.ru e 11 t cuioUii and
lists of prenaums.
tyl ptjitul i-Jrd will do.
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I have located in Concord for the
practice of medicine and surgery,
and respectfully ask the public for a
share of their patronage I may be
found at my office at any hour of
ihe day or at my residence at night
when not out professionally, and
will gladly respond to all calls
Office under that of Montgomery
x, Crovell. Respectfully,
tf J. E. Smoot, M. D.
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"eating pronunciation, for terse yet
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Dr, J. E, CARTLAND
Makes a speoialty of filling
teeth without pain. Sixteen
yeais experience. Office over
Lippards & Barrier's store
after Feb. 8, 1804. 125
Winston shipped over one million
pounds of manufactured tobacco du
ring the month of JFebruary, The
stamp collections aggregated ?f$61f-32.59.
HAMMOND & CO.
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Stocks, Bonds and Grain bought and
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lar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwly
A Flourishing School for Young
REV.fC. L. T. FISHER, A. M
MOUNT PHEASANT N. C.
Having qualified as the Executor
of Robert A, Crimminger, deceased,
all personn owing said estate are
hereby notified that they musfe
make immedate pavment or suit
will be brought. And all persons
having claims against said estate
must pregent them to the under-
signed duly authenticated on or bcy
fore the 12th day of January 1893,
or this notice will be plead in bar
of their recovery.
J. A. Barnhardt, Executor.
This 12th day of January, 1895.
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