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CONCORD, N. C, SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1895.
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o Concord repesentativG
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L, M. Morrison,
v M r Fifty Years.
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i ; colliers for their children
with perfect success,
child, ofters the
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Democracy Met Friday Xlgtit A Con
volition to be Ilf Jd-Exccnlive Com.
The call tor a mass meeting of
Democrats, brought a big couit
house full of them Friday night.
Chairman Smith, of the Towns
ship Executive Committe, called the
meeting to order. J L Ilarhell and
J as. P Cook were requested to ac t as
There were calls for Messrs. II S
Puryear and W R Odell. Both re
sponded, telling of the object of the
meeting and urging the propriety
and importance of holding a conven
tion. Upon motion the mass meeting
unanimously voted to hold a conven
tion tor the nomination of candid
dates for aldermen, school commis
sioners and a nvj.yur.
The Representatives of the lour
wards divided up in the several
corners of the building and held an
election for ward committeemen.
When this was dcie, the mass meet
ing endorsed, the chairman added as
the 5th member, the election of the
ward men and thus the following
gentlemen compose the Town Execu
tive Committee :
F L Smith, Chairman.
W It Odell, Ward 1.
11 F Coble, Ward 2.
K A Brown, Ward 3
ML Brown, Ward 4.
The motion proyided that the
committe meet at once and decide
where and in what manner the ward
meeting and the convention shall
Immediately after the adjourn
ment of the mass meeting the Ex
ecutiye Committe met.
The Primaries are to be held on
Wednesday night at 8:30 o'clock in
the different wards as folio .vs :
Ward 1, Cannonville School house
Ward 2, Forest Hill (place made
Ward 3, Court House.
Ward 4, Town Hall.
These meetings are for the pur
pose of nominating ward aldermen
and school commissioners.
On Friday night at 8 o'clock, in
the Court 'shouse, a mass meeting
will be held to ratify the action of
the Ward meetings and '.0 nominate
a candidate for Mayor.
A Household Treasure.
D. W. Fuller, cf Canajoharie, IST.
Y., says that he always keeps Dr.
King's New Discovery in the house
and his family has always found the
very best resuts follow its use; that
he would not be without it, if pro
curable. G A Dykernan Druggist,
Catskill, N, Y., says that Dr. King's
New Discovery is undoubtedly the
best Cough remedy; that hejhas used
it in his family for eight years, and
it has never failed to do all that is
claimed for it. Why not try a
remedy so long tried and tested.
Trial bottles free at Fetzer drug
store. Piegular size 50c. and 1.00.
James'J Corbett has written a
letter to John L Sullivan, sympa
thizing with him in his trouble, ai:d
offering to box with him at a benefit
which he suggests should be given
for Sullivan in Bostonor New York.
Corbett also states that he will box
with any pugilist suggested by SuN
livan. Peter Maher, the Irish
champion, has written to John L.
that he is willing to box with Cor.
hptfc four rounds on their merits.
No details have yet been arranged I
DASHED TO DExVTH.
THEIR NEXT GOVERNOR OF N. C.
There was a distinguished visitor
in the city today (Saturday.) It is
a man whose name is on the lips of
thousands of North Carolinians. He
13 one, who through patriotism, ad
journed himself out of respect to the
memory of one more, "distinguished
(though dead) and who wept over
the remp.ins of the deod nepro. That
distinguished gentleman vva3 none
other than the Hon. Ambrose Frank
lin Hileccan, the Dougbssite and
the next Governor (?) cf North
null Frog Sausage.
A customer who purchased some
sausage from a young man at the
Greensboro market' -the other day
returned neit day highly indignant,
says the Record.
"What's the trouble?" inquired
"Why," sa d the customer, who by
the way, wa3 a lady, "it won't stay
in the frying pn. It just jumps all
about and I can't keep it in its
place. It cavorted so this morning
that I called my husband into see it
and he says its bull frog sausage. I
don't want it. Pay me back my
money," and the young man com
plied, but he is not advertising that
kind of sausage.
The trouble was that it was gen
uine sausage, no beef or dog in it,
and was therefore rich with grease,
When put in a hot pan of course it
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First: Tho subscriber who pays
his subscription promptly in ad
vance. Second : The man, woman, boy
or girl who introduces him to a
Third : The subscribe who is
not afraid to tell the editor when he
sees something in the paper that
particularly pleases him.
Fourth : The subscriber who
doesn't hesitate to tell the editor
frankly whenhe sees something in
the paper that doesn't please him,
Every oneof these four classes
the editor of a live newspapers"needs
in his business,"
The editor fc of ' aliye newspaper
must have close collections, must
publish all the news aud must be
in close touch with the minds and
hearts of his readers.
J A Sisn.Painter in Greensboro Falls
rtni isniimn? and is ;instantly
Two roving sign painters have
been in the city several days paint
ing signs. They; were very good
workmen, their names being hew
Mann, of N. Y., and Robert Mc
Donnell, of Chicago.
This morning they were engaged
painting the letters, "The Brock
mann School of Music," on the
front of the Trogdon building oa
East Market steet, a few doors west
of the Court House. The sign was
being painted on the wall just above
the windows of the second floor, the
men using a "swing" that is, a
plank placed upon a long ladder,
either end of which was held by a
strong rope an 4 tickle, on the end
of the rope there being a hook which
was hooked on to the window sill.
These hooks were large and ap
peared to be strong, but one of them
was bent over considerably in ord r
to get a hold on the sill One of
the men remarked that he didn't
like the looks of it but would risk
it, and it caused his death.
The men had almost completed
the sign, and were working on the
last, three letters, the "2" iu music
being almost finished, while the "I"
and "C" were mapped out ready for
McDonnell was near the east end
of the swing and about this time
Mann moved np nearer to him when
the hook sir lightened and came
loose from .he- sill without any
warning whatever, leaving only ona
end of the structure fastened to the
McDonnell fell head-foremost to
the pavement, striking squarely on
his head crushing" his skull and
killing him almost instantly. A piece
of his skull as large as one's hand
was fractured, the blood and brains
running out over the sidewalk.
The other workman Mann
canght on th window sill by the
tips of his fingers and pulled him
self in at the open window. The
fall was perhaps not over 25 feet,
but when the swing gave way it
naturally turned McDonnell thead
downwards, causing him to fall
squareiy ou hi3 head, othewise he
might not have been-killed.
The body was taken in charge by
the city and turned over to under
taker Forbis for burial. Greensboro
To Tlie Wwiitius Public.
I wish to announce to the ladies
of Concord and surrounding com
munity that I am prepared to do
any kind of worK in dress making
and cutting. I solicit a trial.
Mrs. J. L. Brown,
Church street, opposite Reformed
church. m21 Iji.
I hereby announce tor the people'
of Concord that I am a candidate
for the office of mayor of Concord,
at the election in May. If a Dem
ocratic nominating convention is
held, I am subject to its action.
March, 21, 1895.
WiionE NO. 1,480
A Card From Jlr. Crowell.
To the Citizens of Concord:
In justice to my friends, it wcU
be well to state that I am not a can
didate for reelection to the office of
Mayer of Concord.
I have been elected two consecu
tive terms, and have done ray duty
so far as I know it, Whatever I
have done has been done believing
it was for the best interests of Con
cora, and the citizens.
I have endeavored to represent
the whole people, regardless of rr.ee,
colo- or party : filiations. If I have
pleased or offended any citizen, I
did so in the discharge of what I
believed to be my duty, in hewing
to the line, chips may have fallen
into the laps of some and into tho
eyes of others.
1 am a l2mocrat, and a!?o bJ:ea
local option should be eobliuued In
Concord. I am in favor of a limnic
ipal conventior, and will do all 1 can
to elect the ticket nonrinttied.
Thanking the law abiding citizens
for the aid they have jjo t-n mo la
enforcing the laws, abd for the
warm support, I have leceivcd of
the voters, every time I hhvo csked
anything.at your hands. I n.n
J. L. Ceowell.
ADMINISTRATOR S NO TICE.
Having been duly appointed and
qualified Administrator of ihe cs
tato of James Hagler, d enyod, all
persons holding claims HtraijKt sid
deceasod, are hereby notified to
present them to the under-signed on
or before the ?-2nd da of March,
1896, for paymont or this noo will
be plead as a bar to their rocovery.
Also all persons owing said deceasd,
are notified that prompt ravine t is
expected. A. F. HAG I TR,
Murch 22, 1895. Adruiuisri ccr.
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SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
By authority of a mortgage exe
cuted to me by Washington and
Isabella Reed, on the 2d day of
July, 1886, I will sell at the court
house in Concord, to the highest
bidder, on the 18th day of -April,
1893, a tract of land containing sev
entyfive (75) acres, adjoimDg thc
lands of John McAnulty, John S
Turner and others, a part of the
Diila Reed land.
This March 12, '95. Trustee.
If it's anything n-'tJrd in a coth
room we hare it. We are Head
quarters for Blackboards, Deskt and
Seats, Crayons and Era-(r, l.'.aps
mnd Globes, Inks and Infc -nation.
Whit we lell c.i , jo.i -?-. ... J
on. Everything zie s-ll you is
guaranteed. We Jo bu;:n-ss on
the " menty-bacli" phn, and- t,
do n:ore business than anv other
kouK in onr line. We t jk' exery
body inter"! d in sckvA -.irk tt
kaze our catalogue, so nr can dj
still more business. Cata.'vjias fi u.
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