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CONCORD, N. C, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1S95.
WlIOHE NO. 1,472
And see the greatest of all
tl1e Steel md Malsble Iron
M A J E S T I C
;i range that consumes less
fuel, does better work, herts
more water and will last Ion.
rerthan and other cooking ap
paratus in the world.
A special invitation is given
to every good lady in this city
and vicinity to call at the store
i.f Y & W., and carefully ex-
I amine these ranges, where one
will be in constant use baking
biscuits which will be seryed
, . i
with delicious majestic coitee,
free to all.
Special inducements to pur
chasers are made during the
exhibit; we propose to see
uiilv a ji.iilted number on this
plan and rlr? first purchasers
will re eel'- the reward.
on sii . , .v. va:i
::r d t n 1 : nd van :ur 1 of
b.iw intr'i!ict'i y prices.
St. L nis alcSTr.-in w?!l be
t-i ,!( to extlai:i and
- '"ri:" o tlr's
I. I f. ! V 1
v; WADS WORTH.
R M LOCK
Adjusted at both ends,
lhf most comfortable Bed
Spring yet known to the
woi'd. it will not get one
sided it stands perfectly
- ; n a re and viil :;ot bos
THE ARM LOCK
i;. many of the best
h'rm-s in town and county.
Mr John P, Allison i.nd j
Dr. L, M. A rchey say it
5 . complete r.d t hey
w(oiM not do uiihout
: i: o .
i-'oi I'nrrhfcr p.irtlciihiv. call
u lue. or address,
j. Wallace Cook.
Ooricord, N. C,
V.'axvi-:u Active, Hom-st Gentle
er jjviy to travel representing
ibl"; -.. reliable house. Salary
r monthiy and traveling expenses,
;ii iLcn-a..1, if suited. Enclose re.
f vd selfddrcssed stamped
i lupe. ' The Domixion,
0-naha Building, Chicago
I !3t Salve in tke world for
c Bn.isi-s, Sores,- Ulcers, Salt
1;i-uiD, Fever Sores. Tetter.Chapped
Chilblains, Corns and all
Eruptions, and positively cures
no pay require
d. It n
o"--:;n.tef L to give satisfaction or
y refunded. Price 25 cc nts per
- l or 3ale at P. B. Fetzer's Drug
TERRIBLE WRECK THAT
MIGHT HAVE BEEN.
Two I'lorida Seeials Purely Fseapa
Colliditi by Way of A eel i? cut
Tuesday Mjflif Xear Greens
boro. The two night Florida trains,
Nos. 34 and 35, came near colliding
between Greensboro and Jamestown
on the Southern, Tuesday night.
Both trains were running on a 40
mile schedule, and owing to an ac
cident, the trains s'opped just in
time to avoid a horrible wreck. It
is said that the engineer on the
northbound train had foigottfn his
orders, and drew up within a few
hundred yards of where the south-
bound train had been stopped. Each
tram, we are informed met with
Singular accidents, causing them to
pIOvidence surely took a band and
nted what mJ ht bave bccn the
Li .L't hmb.'? wircK in .he History
packed with passengers.
We got our information from a
Charlotte on the early train
i J :
Chitece Tut at Judge Monte
1 uc-uuy ri;;iit v;as quite a
A l;ir-c number wa? in
tit Clii'.-nLC .".
.. ! . . ,
: A e :iy one ,vc;S highly
ple'sred with the cl tertainment, and
epeciaHy tko superb supper. The
Misses Dodcc:i upp?;:.red in Chinese
ccr'.nmr.? and took zealous interest
and deJisht in stowing the immense
lot of curio-ities brought ever from
that far eft -hnd. The side show
cf money , was real
nt IV ' t f CO 'Z
On Anri! the 1st, 1S95, I will
! advtrtire all property upon which
'he taxe.i for the year 1894 are not
pa:d. CJi ly c'cc" and settle
at orce, and save cost?.
March 4, 'o. J. L. Boger,
iL Town Tax Collector.
to rest if ill S '.'.
Our f ports, W A Wilkenson and
Htrbeit Cook, hue been heard
fron. They ."-re in some upper
ccunt'e? on a !:u):t. They expressed
i box ..re existing of one ground
squirreb t?;o snipes, one killdee, also
a note :hat s that --loie is plenti
ful and. eport tine.
Mr. J'hn vouse died Tuesday
mornii g at S o'clock. He has been
sick quite awhile.
A Ulllt1 ii l Khiij Away.
Little Bessie Maxwell, the orphan
child that was taken from the county
home some time ago, by Mrs. Vir
dnia Krwin, ran away from her new
hone vbd returned to the county
kmp Momlav morninc. She will
be taken back to Mrs. Erwin's,
OfSioo 5iMm ti llent.
The rooms over A J & J P York's
iotorlv store are for rent. The
rooms are in splendid condition and
will be rented at very reasonable
figures. Apply to J F Yorke.
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Resolutions to the Confederate Dead. 1
At a meeting of the Confederate I
Veterans Association of Cabarrus )
county, on Saturday, March 9, 1895,
the following resolutions weie
Resolved, 1. That the death of
Comrade Jesse F Willeford ha
filled the members of this assooias
tion with sorrow.
2, That we mourn his loss and
cherish his memory as our last presi"
dent ana endeared comrade, and a
one of the most active and zealous i
members in life of our association.
3. That more is due to him than to
any other one man for the erection
of the beautiful moLunient to th
memory of the Confederate dead of
Cabarrus county now standing in
our court house yard, and while it
stands it will be a memorial of hid
love, earnestness, and devotion for
and to the memory f the Confedere
soldier and cause.
4. That we extend to his bereaved
wifo and children our truest and
mopt affectionate sympathies.
Paul B. Means, Ch'm'n .
C. A.. Pitts,
W. D. Anteony,
Resolved, 1, That with deep and
sincere regret the Confederate Vet
eran Association of Cabarrus county
has heard of the death of their com
rade, Gen. Rufua Barringer.
2. That in his death this associa
tiou has lost an nonorea ana os-
loved member, and the State of
North Carolina one of its best ana
3. That in all the qualities of a
soldier he was worthy of the hi&h
p : ition of a Brigadier General of
the army of Northern Virginia.
1. That his character was such as
to impress favorably and for good
all those who kuew him ; that the
memory of it will speak for him ii
good results while the generating
'Lit lived with him survive ; rnd a3
id - racter is all that a man can take
with him out of this world, we be-,
heve that his is now recognized and
rewarded by our Greet Commander
in Chief as that of a true soldier of
C. McDonald, Ch'm'n.
D. A. Caldwell,
F. A. Archibald.
Whereas, la the wiedom
Almighty God, death has removed J
from our midst a beloved, faithful,
and active naemb.r of our society,
Emma Bostian, Therefore be it
Kesolved, 1. That while we, as
members of this society, deplore the
loss of a member whose conduct
tended to bless and purify those
around her, yet we bow in submiss
sion to the will of Him who doeth
all things well, knowing that ail
things work togetner lor good to
them that love God, and we have
the blessed assurance that she has
gone to be with Jesus where there
is no more sickness nor sorrow.
Kesolved, 2. That we will long
cherish her memory and try to so
live that when deatn shall claim us,
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we may meet her in that home in I
Heaven which God has piepared for
those who love him.
Kesolved, 3. That a copy of these
resolutions be sent to the bereaved
family with our sincere sympathy,
and to the Concord papers for pub
lication, and that the Secretary copy
them iL the minute book of cur
Christian Endeavor Society.
K. T. Sides,
A lMrs crowd ami a Gay Time--a
Friend Writes it all I p.
Last Thursday, March 7tb, waa a
glorious day for the pupils of Dis
trict No, 40. Although tie sun did
not peep through the clouds which
overshadowed it, and kis3 mother
earth; yet quite a large crowd as
sembled at the Moose school house
to witness the exercises under the
management of their excellent
teacher, Mr. T H Hidenhour.
The exercifes did not consist of
speeches, dialogues, essay?, orations
etc, but th examination of the
pupils in the following branches :
Grammar, geography, arithmetic,
spelling, reading, book-keeping and,
familiar science. The pupils eer
tainly chotd their skill in thi3 ex
animation, espeeialy in arithmetic.
Sixty examples were given to the
higher clas nnd noc a one missed.
But, lo ! while the last example waa
being finished, the sounding of hoofa
and the rattling of wheeU were
heard at no great distance from the
house. Suddenly there appeared a
wagon loaded with luscious fruits
ard dainty candies. It seemed as if
the wagon was just from Florida.
The pupils were astonished. They
could not realize that their teacher
had made sucn a sacrifice in order
to satisfy their wants. Yet it pleas
ed them to think that they were so
kindly remembered by one whom
they took as their superior.
Before the. presents were given the
prizes weic awarded to those who
came out victors in the classes. There
were three who won, 'z. Master
John Foil and Misees Mattie Selle
and Lottie CJine.
'Now for the presents,' said the
teacher. Many a heart was made
glad. These whom the teacher
smote during echoul felt as if they
could turn the orVter cheek. The
presents s-ero distubutcd. As he
made his pupils hearts beat with
much rapidity by presenting them
withgif's, so his pulse was quicken
ed when he received a nbe box of
cigars from his pupil boys.
But as the sun was. about
to reach its nocturnal resting place,
the teacher gve quite a nice talk
j and dismisf '?d his pupils.
So ends another successful term of
Haying the needed merit to more
than make good all the advertising
claimed for them, the following
four remedies h-ve reaohed a pheno
menal sale. D.-. King New Dis
covery, for consumption, coughs 'ind
j colds, each bottle guaranteed Elecs
trie Bitters, is the great remedy for
Liver, stomach and kidneys Buck
leu's Arnica Salve, the beat in the
world, and Dr. King's New Life
Pills, which are a perfect pill. All
these remedies are guaranteed to do
just what is claimed for them and
the dealer whose name is attached
herewith will bo glad to tell you
more of them. Sold atFefz -r-Drug
SALE OF KEAL Eol'Ali!-.
By authority of a mortgage exe
cuted to me by Washington and
Isabella Keed, on the 2 1 day of
July, 1886, I will sell at the court
house ia Concord, to the highest
bidder, on the 18th day of April,
1S95, a tract of land containing sev-
tjntysfive (75) acres, adjoining the
laris of John McAnuliy, Jchn S
Turner and others, a put of the
Dilla Reed land.
This March 12, '93. Trustee.
1 1. A F? kTTF- v y'M
THEANERICIN TOBACCO CO
DURHAM. N.C. U.S. A
High Grade Tobaser
is ju ttht thing for b u .'. s and pre
ftuional men who kavr sfnc letUrt
to write and tcant thoie Inter t to
look well. Doctors and lawyers, es
pecially, find it very handy. Chil
dren easily and quickly learn to
write on it.
It will do just rt gcod uorA as
the $1 oo.oo machines. Of course
it is not quite as fmt. It is simply
constructed, easily learned, easily
We'll end you n letter rvr-iirn
on it along with a special circular
if you'll send us your aJJrar.
65 FIFTH AVE., NEW VOk
55 1 Ul UlJJa.
A rich man to draw a chec!.
A pretty girl to diaw attentiou,
A horse to draw a cart,
A p'aeter io drav; a blister,
A dog fight to draw a crowd,
And our scods to draw barn.
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