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CONCORD, N. 0. TUESDAY, APRIL
1 1 0 0"
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k'rm mmmmm I almost dyin
- i ?m. JK3&mm-S spsf: atter nasm for Ec rer.il
cn.iNe us to ' -r .p a nickel in ths
'.-c i"..' ccmp'i?te education."
1':.- qrt-it novelist dream that his
of this r-jrf- j
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' .i.iN N-f re tlio read:"
re n -t an ::. v ' nt "iai i n t!
J": :pprt?ol i'e the va'-ie of an
i-ii h.iv " :a '.! ir.any times O
;:t .h.:t -. - :i -r '..( .
..-.ae :-f ear:y opportunities, or
' .: -v ..f h ? . ' f .;atinnal institution
A SKULL CRACKED
Ify rrj-fnK- from Hie RnttorN
II 'M.!v:.,.7 ?!0 Yonn- Mini Improving-.
i oth tbe Cabarrus and Cannon
Mills h?.?!2 n shut down Monday
tbe baseball enthusiasts and cracks
were, naturally, availing themselves
of tbe r ppcrtumty for a fpme.
Tbe. result was disastrous, and
might have been fatal. Gtorg-?
Letbrr, rneof the players, let abac
slip from his grasp, striking young
V hi S-frit en tbe bead, cracking
b.'.s skull, which Came near putting
an erd to hia existence.
The vHing man was cairitd from
the ball ground to hi3 heme in an
Lilly and Mont
gomery v.ttended tbe youth and soon
At the time of goin to press tnis
afternoon, t':e young niun w?;s rest
ing well and is fast improving.
There 13 hopes of his it coyer)-.
CALLED TO RALEIGH.
Te Detect the Parser uf ihe :ort(ras.)
Representative Hileuian wa3 tele
grapbrd tc 0 to R Jigh at once to
assist m detecting the party or
parties, who passed :he moitage law
j that is doing so mnc'i damage and
creating such a stir.
That tbe bill stands as passed 15
' ' r i" U r r. b o lu;
v :ir ih" Ia t ?. u 8N'-f ve
IHtes " ? at i ntise CHtZi.
I hav. lacated in Cone
a r n
v 4. V 'i. . .
rived in New York from Japan and j ;ind ptctfully ask the public or a
China ports, fook on at Singipore a
lrce h -iboon. The babc-n ?o"n ':e
cime a pt wi:h all hard7, and was
allowed to run about the '.cks at
: ui-':r!'(r r. 1 t. to lvte to Jt
t-d lares'jf ict life.
: ' . t N-t rhi:v: u in , iuntional
: .. - th possosslon ;' the results of thj
' ' :a-s. :p !,f vth:$. wh-.r. thoso
j'.s .rt- e;-;f:pl7' 1 tha or who his the a
a r -it an ' i.'tcally the creain of a
.i j. L:N'.YCI.OP13DIA
1-niTANNlCA --z a who!, coi'o-e education
ir. ; : I he ir.o-t l-ri'.ilant ;uJua?es Jo
cc! kn-w more than is contained within ?
Thc Who iRrect
i rv..'! h.emelves of our special o:7er
uh; it-r at ori.e. while they can
pf--cure this great work at the introductory
rare of "niy Ten Cent a Jay.
The novf! method for o-HecMng these
.r.t'H'.rrfr. is as educating as it is attractive.
' a will 'h .r 'Us-h!'y cr.j.y drr j.lng in
"hf a day which you have given hirn
r ; 5 rtunity f earn for hlmst-'f. and as
':' . .h.-'ies rile up and he realises that this
' t ! n. propyl !y managed, will give h!
t-j s ) ;-ea 'a library, he wiii iidve
..v :. d up n h; ! n 'a'cal 'a
: ' . -n : ! v Mi.Arriv f r the sake of
t a prnyer meeting in a
town :;c:i here recently, an illiterate
but ijood man made the fcl -owing
prayer : u0 Lord, Thou knowest
i hat wo ire thankful to Thee thut
ouj entile are tafe from the Caq that
jutLcheth not. If a man lose his
horse, Thou knowest that he can
bay another; if he lose hi3hous',
Thou knowest that he cm build
another; if he lose hi3 wife, Thou
knowest that he can get another, but
if he lose his soul goodby, John.,
share of their patrocage I mnv hi
found at my otli:e at anv hour of
the day or at my residence at night
wheiv net out proff-?pio
w.'ll gh'dly respond 4o
will. While tbe vesrel as eteam-
i. r 'Invrnrrh ha Ur.Kh,- -r r.on n.-, 'prompt!?.
1 '' v v -- . .... unt i .ni..( i. ii .
much rar.iitv done that all belUvel fh mnrm-rr nf ifh fu,. P'-.inr Ollice und-r ! but of
that, many bills weit; not passed hvisfc-wrd "am T!jrv :f,' to n1 a ro '11" Rc-peotfnlh ,
collar around its reck, rhe &r!m.i
turned iciou.dy on the '"r ard, bit
ing bis wrist and forearm in a frit h
'P' ' ' rr' ,
uj1 W - V uJ'x.J
CHAKLO'flE N. C.
t hi; '"ity, April 1. Woman
3- v d again the leading rjucs
"JOi'.Mhe Constitutional Cnn
n y- -t. rday. Bishop Whitney
;iit Lsj Uity, made a i trong
v'b in t'avcr of the measure His
" m-:r! v re well received, and
ir,ta'el what the final ac-
"i rf convention would be. At
' - re: ision of Bishop Whitney's
"'!. ;r. Roberts read a telegram
fr ;t; i ; : constituents, saying that
pudges are sacred and must
': k -p4; that he must cease opposing
:i ci.ffrace or resign.
v Last night was regular communion
at Shiloh Baptist church Rey. L R
Just before, or while preparing to
celebrate the occasion, old man Tom
Baily, a good old darkey, became ens
thused and got to shouting.
lie must have been very happy
for he fell over the communion
table, kicked over tbe wine, spilling
every drop of it, so that the service
wa? suspended and a man was sent
off after mere. Greensboro Record.
( "ij,Ut For Mayor.
1 iiwVuy announce to the people
' Heard that I am a candidate
-;: ' Ibce of mayor of Concord,
?! :ti .n in Msy. If a Dem
' i ominating convention is
; am subject to its action.
Mwcli. VI, 1895.
ItucMeii M Arnica aIv,
The Best Salve in ie worU for
Cuts. Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sore s, Tetter,Cbapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or! no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale at P. B, Fetzer's Drug
nns 1 'f hotel clerk at 9 a. m.)lB
up." Ulerk Yes, sir.
be down? Clerk Ved,
' H ! r r
r Ah, thankp, I'll step
f- ft k fast room and see him.
The DoiifirlnKH Will.
Washington, April i. The will
of Fred Douglass was filed with the
register of wills yesterday in answer
to a j etition filed last Tuesday by
Rosetta Sprague, daughter of the
deceased, to require the widow and
Lawin H Douglass, one of the sons,
to disclose the extent of the estate.
The will is a brief document of two
typewritten pages, and is dated
Augu8t20, 1885. To hia wife he
leaves the estate situated near this
city, with all its furniture, and also
bequeaths her his writing, bookp,
pictures, h'orses, carriages etc., $10
OuO in United State bonds and
$10,000 in money. To his drughter
Rosetta Sprague, and to his sons,
Lewin, Fredrick and Charles Doug
lass, the remainder of his property,
each to receiye an equal share, which
will amount to about $15,000 each.
The will bears the tiguaturea oi
tne General Assembly, but hy the
clerks in tpp with outside infloences.
Every Senator and Reprcenta'e
yet heard from declares that the bill
was ubled and never pas ed either
house, yet the clerk bc,s no support
and stamped it and it now appears
along with other avs.
An effort is being made to clinch
this act where it belongs. May that
The Legislature has done enough
devilment and deserves no little cen
sure, but the Standard has never
believed them fools and blood-thirsty
enough to stab the masses as this
I ill does.
There is room yet in the peniten
tiary for a few more scoundrels.
J. E. vMoe T, M
ful manner. The rr.:-w chafed it
decks, but before it could
be ciptured it jumped oyerboard and
wa3 di owned. Blood poisoning de
veloped and 13 the Pathan dropped
irchor at Gibraltar on March 12,
when the Steward died.
Com fusion at a Wake.
A number of the good, condoling
colored people of our city congre
gated at the home of Charles Boger,
on Fenix avenue, iust below the
Scotia Seminary Monday night, to
sit up ith the remains of Boger's
wifr, who died MoBday afternoon.
As customary among this element,
about midnight they began to sing
and comiijuning with the spirits and
"shaking round" considerably, when
all of a sudden the sleepers gave
way, the floor fell in and the corpse
tumbled down from the chair3. The
coflin vvas caught, however, before
falling far enough to be injured.
This unexpected turn changed
somewhat the tune of the chorus and
teiribly frightened several of the
women, who had to be worked with
some time before they were convinced
that it was not the p or, dead wo
man's ghost that had came down
from aboye to haunt them for be-
Dr. Park hurst, in his sermon m
the iV. ad;son Square Presbyterian
Church Sunday, said the natural
tendency of man was downward, and
it required every means the Church
co ibi bring to bear to stop this de
scent The odds were on the side of
me uttd. Urect murai movements
i ere never worked out 07 dictionaries
and philosophies. Victory called
for action, whether the object to be
benefited was tbe State, the city or
It is said that a small white boy
ran away from his home at the ba
barrus Mills barefooted with his
father's shoes on. We could not
learn his name.
TIAMMOXD A CO.
180 & l2Pral Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
lniision House Lniiiidry.
I am the Concord repesentative
of the ManpJon'House Steam Laun-
dry, of Greeuville. 8.C. If you
think of wearing nicely doneup
collorp, culTn and shirts3, come see
me and find out cost.
You will be paiei for all articles
torn or lost. You can leave your
bundles at the Furniture Store,
whether I am presant cr not, It will
receive prompt attention.
I send basket off Tuesday and it
returns Saturday morning.
Come around and see'me
mhl3 3m J. N.Bell
Stocks, Bonds and Gruin bought ai .1
cold, or carried n i1. fa "gin.
P. S. Send for planatuiy cue a.
lar on speculation, a!so woi.-Hy rrnr
ket letter. (Free) dwl y
i i 1
10 SHI Tit I
IlniSlars I.Jist XliIit.
The houses of Messrs. J M Moore
and G F Stewart, of Forest Hill,
were visited Monday night by bur
glars. Their presence became known
by plundering through the hall,
striking against something in their
v?ay that made a terrible noise. They
were frightened eff oeforp they
carried away anything.
Monday was pay day at the Odell
mills and it is very probably the
thieves thought they would make a
great naul of ready caih. At Mr.
Moo e's house a ring (key or finger
ring) was stolen.
When Baby was siclc, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Chfld, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
A rich man to draw a check,
A prettygir to draw attention,
A horse to draw a cart,
A plaster to draw a blister,
A dog fight to draw a crowd,
I am back at old iters
corner, prepared to TvelciiH
my old friends and to rnr.ke
new ones. I keep a full ? f
shoes, ii ats,
always at th lowest price
consistent with hones': busi
ness. Will meet cum at all
times. I can buy as cheap ah:
anybody and will sell clos.
Haying a stock suited to ti. -farmers'
wants, can uza vorr
produce. Will exchange
goods for all kinds of coTintry
produce at cash prices. (MM
to see me.
JOHN P. ALLISON.
suit of several day's drinking. Mr.
Henderson was a son of J A Hei den
only two witness and the laws of the 1 son, of Danyille, Va , and was era
Suicide at Kooky Mount.
Richmond, Va, April 1A Rocky And our ods l draw bargain
Mount, N. C, special to the Dispatch j hunters
saye: Mr. J A Henderson committed
suicide by taking Jaudanum this
eveninsr. ne act waa ujc uu?.i ic-
District require three.
ployed by J W Hines.
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzr.
Good middling 5 65
Low middling bk
Stains 1 T5 to 5
Corrected bv O. W Swink.
Sugarcured nams lito!2
Bulk meats, sides 8 to 9
Chickens 20 to 25
Lard 8 toll
Flour (North Carolina 1.75