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CONCORD, N. C. SATURDAY. MARCH
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a .lor s. c tMs r?iT Can now mu ch to
j . , s.;r -in J success. A!!
' r 't or-.x1 upon one fact thai
,s .... ;i -Tlilc coursa to pursu i:i !if-
j. , - .-r.iross or retrocTPSsi'in. We
, f. - Aird i r t:tCkw:ira.
j.. ., .v.-i'M- tlir f -til. Chfef
..s v f :;cce: is education, anj j
' .. - s- the .-;ru-? from which that
n i- .i - i is the I
, : . t;'.l i ANN1CA.
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i c i I ?r3 h'c wav. It snvalls I
. , . -,L iri'!-'.- i.-''.:rv, S' fr .. t . v
, i h k 1 hy the wis tr"n of the i
..-. : tf t: uw.rv ir.2 veu, rj will I'.nJ i
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.. :. t to'' v - thit vou "uht to have j
l. . . .:io i hwtannica. v.-j j
i. i!--aJ! . Jon't y-i 7 But we will
: tt -.u iucht f o-et it now. I
d-a' i use a m i.Mi".
!.. , -1, - ".-) v .ir.r; -t he 3.o t-c fn.
V 'v il li y c Be cau? if tbe bouki aro of
o-' v.iU,;f to y1'.:, e l ry :n!wute
v -. t X;-. ' -h t t'n-m is a loss of that value
t r t; rr.e ; U t !: -t :
!':.. the best terms anJ prices can be
. - ;-porun;v a lifetime. Ft
.-. - p ities, rri ?s of various styles of
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CHARLOTTP. N. C.
M.'usion f I o:i.- I.auii'lr.y.
I am tLo CoDcorvI repescntativo
Jrv, ot-' Grefiuvillo. S.G. If you
think of wearing nicely done-up
-oilers, cuilf! and shirts, come see
lie and llii l out cost.
You will bo paid for all articles
tori: or lost. You can leave your
bundles at the Furniture Store,
vLc-ther I am presant or riot, It will
a ctive prompt attention.
1 nl ! asket oil Tuesday and it
turns Saturday morning.
C'jiiK .round and see me.
i-id:::)::, J. N.Lell-
! !. IV,r .tlaj cir.
! hereby announce to the people
I am li Ciiiuidlu
'ice of major of Concord,
ction in May. If a Dem
ominating convention is
abject to its action.
Very U es p ? t tf ully,
' l: t tram lo-uled with Texa?
-1 th.3 dcpo The horns
:.ic:cli average from 1G to
! - . J E Shepherd, late Chief
the State Supreme court,
ca od in Durham The legal
; r r which he is a member, is
": 1 1 ' " !. Planning & FouEhee.
d h; .- the Railroad from Con
", to Charlotte the signs of
11 arxl life are to be seen. The
; 'i of ploughing done in a week
H-?;-;r-b:n.2:. The people are at it
': '"' fare to after sun."
t, V! -tSi Ioy '-Papa, did God make
rl "''I in six days?"
J "Ves, my son."
-;i lioy jHow did he make
' 3i -"He spoke and it was
--i!' Boy Well, papa, did it
"U:K Uin, six pays to spfak.7'
TOTAL POPULATION, 1,017,94?,
Tlie I'Prcontajre of Increase Since
lSO II s I'een 1 3 .l!'0r!i Caro
ltnu'K Relative Rnnkin Populfttion
is I--TIiero are While Vt-
rs ana 10?,:5 i(i Colored Volers iu
the Ntnc-.Wiliiii,,stoii Has Ihe I.nr
i?est I'oi.iilalion oranycity.
Chapel Hill, N. C, March 27
1 have taken the trouble to get in
a convenient form rather for my
own use, the greater part of the
statistics of North Carolina, as they
appear in our Census Reports, 1890.
I send yen a copy which you may
think to be cf enough interest to
the general public to publish.
ALGrRNiOx S. Bakbek.
Percentage of increase of total
population since 1SS0, 15,59.
Relatiye rank of North Carolina
in population, 10
Number uL inhabitant to the
e 4 u are mile, 33. :30.
Proportion ot males and females
1;S0, 50 01 ; 1S90, 49 39,
Proportion of male3 to fern des
male.?, ;u9,149'; females, S1S,79S.
Number of females to 100,000
Increase of males and females
since 1SS0 males, 111,541; females,
Percentage of increase cf males
and females males, 10.17; feuialts,
Percentage of native and foreign
born of total population native,
99.77 ; foreign, 053 ; native white of
foreign parents, 0,45.
Native whites of native parents,
Native whites having one, or loth
parents foreign, 1 03.
Percentage cf white and colored
population, white, C.,23 ; colored,
Percentage of colored to whole
population, 34. G7.
Relative proportion of colored to
white, white, 1,055,382; colored
501.018. Increase of white and
colored population since 1S80, white,
188,140 ; colored, 29,741.
Percentage of increase of whitj
and colored sine? 1880, white, 51.09;
Total population, 1,017,947.
Total raale3 799,149; females,
818,798 ; native born 1,011,545;
foreign born 3,705.
Total males of milith age, White
183,104 ; cdored 85,7-0 ; total, 273,
Total males of voting age. White
233,307; colored 109,340 ; total 342,-
Aggregate population of cities
having 2,500 or more inhabitants :
Wilmington, 20,U56 ; increase 5,
700 ; per cent, 15.00.
Raleigh, 12,078; increase, 3,414;
p:r cent., 3G.84.
Ashevdle, 10,235; increase, 7,019
per cent., 201.25.
Winston, S,018 ; increase, 5,104;
per cent , 180.94,
Newbern, 7,843, increase, 1,400 ;
per cent , 21.73.
Durham, 5,485, increase, 3,444,
per cent., 108.74.
Salisbury, 4,418, increase, 1,095,
per cent, 62.25.
Concord, 4,339, increase, 3,075,
p. r cent., 243.28.
FayettevlRe, 4,222. incr ase, 737,
per cent, 21.15.
Henderson, 4,119, increase, 2,770,
per cent, 194.93.
Goldsboro, 4,017, increase, 721
per cent , 22 25.
Washington, 3,545, increase, 1,083,
per cent, 43.99.
Elizabeth City, 3,351, inc ease.
1936, per cent., 40.43.
Reidsville, 2,909, uerease, 1,05;;.
per cent, 125.01,
Salem, 2,711, increase, 1,371, per
Total numb3) oF dwellings 301,
571. Tot il number of persons to dwelP
ins, 5 37,
Total number of families, 300,-
Total number of persons to the
family, 5 43. R deign Observer.
Ward Xo. 1 Heard From.
The following was h.mded m and
is suggested for the ticket for Ward
For Aldermen- Joe Bacon and C
For school commissioner D D
Johnson, A Democrat.
Very ' Co n fee I lonary,'
Not in a long time has 8'?ch a dis
play of delicious fruit beta shown
as wi 1 be found at Ed. Fishpr's. He
has apples, onuses, bam in. s and
sau?nge in abundance, Candy 10
cents per pound. Be .urc yon give
him a call.
Truly a Freak.
Mr, W K Lyles has a f .eak in the
way of a kitten at his home in No. 5
township, Three kittens were born
on Friday niht, one of which has
eight well developed legs, two tails,
two ears ana one month, in which is
several teeth. It's head is almost
twice as largo a any ordinary e:rown
cat. It is a great curio dty and has
attracted no little attention.
Snowing Rlsftl Alonjj;.
We haye a private letter from Mr.
P A Correll, son of our townsman
Phillip Correll. Mr. Correll writes
from Berry, Oregon, under date of
March 25, 1S95.
Among other things he say ; "We
are having quite a snow storm now.
There is 8 to 10 inches of new snow
besides a foot of old. It i3 still
snowing with no signs of ceasiag.
Ir. ISaxter Dei! i
Ernest Baxter, f;,r long ii;ie
operator at Pomona, died Friday
morning at 4 o'clock at hi3 home
near that place, after an illness of
several months. He had consump
tion. He was a quiet, studious
young man and a good telegrapher.
Mr. Baxter had many friends in
this city who will be pained to learn
of his death.
The Town Conveution. j
There is no reason for any mis
understanding about the primaries
and mass meeting to be held to
nominate a Democratic ticket for
At the ward meetings Wednesday
night each ward will nominate its
own ticket for town commissioners
for that ward and school com-
mi38ioner of that ward. The ward
meetings have nothidg to do with
the nomination of mayor. But at
the Democratic mass meeting of all
the Democrats from all the wards to
be held Friday night at the Court
House the nomination of a can
didate for mayor will take place.
We were shown some new'Iriah
potatoes Friday night by Uncle
Billy Cook. Who can beat thi3 for
something raised this year ? He had
about a quart that were larger thin
KITCHEN'S FIG LAW SUIT.
? IViuf !iti..i ;, l ight to be nmde o?t
i!tr-r;- of Irc!lc?it o! (lie ien:if e.
'f-i W II Ki'.cbn uill hzmg
to test the onppfifm nn in
whether or not the new directors of
the penitentiary were properly elect
ed. If they were elected Captain
Kitchen is to become manager of that
iDstution, if not, the Democrats
hold it as heretofore.
He ha employed Captain W II
Day, ex-Judge McRae, W W Kitchen
(bis son), of Roxboio, and Spier
Whitak ?r, of K-Jeigh.
The fight will be mae, says the
RoanoVe News, on the ruling of
the President of the Senate. Only
70- votes were cast .for the newly
Denied directors -hen it required SO
vor.es to elect. Captain Kitchen's
1 arned counsel vill make a point
that if a majority of the members
prc-nt voted for the new directors
that they were elected.
The suit promises to be interest
ing aud some nice legs! points will
When T?.Viv tv"? fV", Tn '"r- -; r.i"-;,
v he-ii sue1 was .a thud, she cried iur Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clun to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
The Tiun I'rimar! s.
The Primaries for the nomination
of Ward aldermen and school com
missioners will be held Wednesday
night April 3 at 8:30 o'clock at the
following place"! :
Ward 1, Cannonville School house
Ward 2, Odd Fellows Hall, on
North Main street, near J M Bur
Ward 3, Court House.
Ward 4, Town Hall.
Friday night at 8 o'clock, April
5th, there will be a mas3 meeting of
the Democrats of the several Wards
at the court house fcr the purpose
al ratifying the Ward nominations
and for nominating a candidate for
W. R. Odell
R. F. Coble
R. A Bkqwk
M. L, Brown"
F. L. Smith
Unckleii's Armon stnive.
The Best Salve in tlie world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter,Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is
(guaranteed to jjive satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 55 cents per
box. For sale at P. B. Fetzer's Drug
tf itfvt nun
For men, women or boys at prices ranging
from $15 to ?80. We ship from factory subject
to approval and are the only manufactur-
noApen f s. V e offer gr ater val?ie in our
Oxford Ghx;iiator wheels at SOO to $SO Xhzzi
other manufacturers with prices from 8103
to Si! .TO. Every wheel fnlly warranted.
Doii't pay local cleale rg a profit of Fifty
per ctnt. Cut this out and write to-day for
car handsome catalogue.
Blcyele Department H 110,
i have located in Coiic ;1 frr
practice cf vrs:' ).;&. :.r rurv:..
and respectfully j-k the public irfj
share of their patronage I r-; -
found at my office at i;y bcui r:
the day or at my residence t v.-, ' .
when not out profession a ly, .. ..,
Office under, that of Mom .
ff J. E. Smoot, M. V
IIAMJiOXD & .,0.
Stock said poM
180 & 182 ViY-A Shv-r,
NF.W YORK CITY. N. Y.
Stocks, Bonds and a r
sold, or carried or. M'":.v:a.
P. S. Send for c.p'nmaorr c;:
lar on speculation, alo r t-c '. :-,r
ket letter. (Free)
-n r, t s
Pir b fl ws&
li 1 1 i" $
TO III THE m s
corner, prepared to vrc Jco1::
my old friends and to iiiqa -new
ones. I keep u full Hnpf
SHOES, II ATS,
always at the; lowest prices
consistent with honest hv. :.:..
nes3. Will meet cuts at all
times. I can buy as cheap
anybody and will sell asclos'..
Haying a stock suited to th -farmers'
wants, can u.-e yo : -produce.
Vv ill cxeLaii..;;
goods for alhkinds of Lvuidi y
produce at cash prices. Cafl
to see me.
JOHN P. ALLISON.
Correctf d by Cannons & Eetzer.
Good middling 5 C5
Low middling oi
Stains -I 75 to j
Corrected bv C. W Swirk.
Bacon b i
Sugar-cured hams lltol'.
Bulk meats, sides 8 to U
Butter 7 5
Chickenc 20 to 25
Lard 8 toll
Flcur (N rth Carolina .!.."