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CONCORD, K. C. TUESDAY,
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WRECK ON W. N. C. ROAD.
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:.:-..!ty in a mind
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KORNER WRITES" :aiat..- or wVo a plass of ,-r." Just
til. !U 111 Svcllli iUg
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" V ib-t createst rf
,'..., '! libraries, the
i .icyclopcodla j
. tviw ' short j
""-'.'X. tune pb.r.pj within
- .- your easy reach.
' ' Wiih these j
n-'th: books ::t
'.i w'.'l r. - rurally select j
ajin. which proves to I
of Ins natural bent, lor i
. . .: w -i r c p i e s ; .ito e v e i y
:ii.-t civs further : !
nstruciie-n lias been too j
; ..'"ie . . ason whv it has ,
llv.u'.nzi r i:oT I.oo a?I 1 F!ror?ion
;il?:: SJ. JMo?..?. rrnm This County.
Ft-ots concerning the wreck cf
cist nii;tt (Monday) on the Western
North Carolina Railroad, were very
ri-tagreand al' thfc we could Jeirn
! of the. horril.de crenhe is to the
effect l.hei Engineer Bob Lee, a
foimer resident of this county, wai
killed. The wreck tceurnod bc
alrv-e. of the rjuntain, It. was an
extra flight train and wa.3 doe in
Salisbury about 4 o'clock this: morn
ing. lb-1 alas, the lone; train' dm
?r:ton vo3 not reached The engine
jumped the track, pulling, down a
"- v"im o iV.:3 e'i': to
'X ture has aaiu opened out :rr.:.rv
'.vr.ioi r. dust Tn-
.very -u,. t!;;,hti-t Rl-FRbS:OlvAL
J 'J ! '
b".c,h -; til aukment eiht or more
1'ob J.cp aud his fireman vere
kilhd cutrit'ht. JiecV bod" h 'd
her fascinating and enchant-
i ing 3tocK ol blossoiijs and
flowers and verdant foliage
jj m the soft, tiieHirjg saiiahiue
(ft and balmy breezes of spring
mtime. I arn glad the long,
I am glad, that the Korta Carolina
i t r .... .. t: .
the death thai ha3 no cvakiui:i.
Of ita death I can truly say :
Not a tear was shed, not a f anr-i al vot
As its course to a linish was hurried ;
Not a State guard tMscharged a fareAveil
O'er the graye where the hum bum h
practice ci medicine aim Sury ,
and respectfully -:v the public fv: a
shar.? cf thoi'r p itor.af I run.?
forajid my office r.t r" h;.:;r t .
the d ? , - at my reside: re .;t r
when "" out nrofessio ';i;v. r..l
A ' '
and black, thinks he ought to be a
aadciuilt or io oiiice holder and
the cry ol f':6hc rich or richer aud
the y-M puuici '; is ated uu every
passing brc-ee ; tt the ame time
r.rr-- mnM - .. C il. ! . X I
-a)f uiuwijci o fvua ui Liifiti !d LJ yli!?3 jvtill "
o .u.-J.vo oaiethmg out oi souiebody i )romr,
competicioa is the olu,feli. R-:protful',
waicii wuid, conu'auoijj utu getciug J tf t y vi,,r..,
4fas thick aa li dieis in hades." Nine ! -
out oi ten ikui, and theu legisiati.in, j 0
the aunHuistr.iraou and goyernruPu
i pnb'oy C dese of spleen,' vitupera
tion and popular indication. Po-
! liticrd harpiei and sbr,rp-trioker3
n (baud at d .y bicak,
.:-at Eli t voke tb.e truth.
:-;p-J vM a hair's breadth
:ie whole truth, for he should
M has been bncrht
S i v.-
: f anv on? who can av.;
a day no oae need be
vv; dual instruction."
M."VACA, we say, need be
: aidividual lustruction. ' It is
; j education of itself, and
1 "Rained now. for a short
. ' u:;hcard of rate of Ten
'xUh to c-btaia tivs -reat
at ;r-.tr'ductory rates write for
; ::;adon blank and sample
was supposed to have been buried
beneath the debris.
The wr:jck occurred about mid
u'gb1, i I is said, and it was some
tiru ft; fere any connection could be
nude ovev the wire 3.
T.c . '. ' s born and reared in ibis
eouuty on the old Dr. Mil's' plaee;
in tve Poplar Tent neighborhood.
7: couhin't learn the name of the
unforUinate fireman. No other
lives were lc3t that is known at this
time at thi3 place.
The aboye is about all the partie
ulars that could be learned.
I L a advent be of this discontent to
Tbe people i1! 4 !k of this hum but
iintit vAVt .i. "o- k t o foist tt-PiUscIves into ofhee or Gil
s'"ep on I tb ? r a arn. Where is the remedy?
In the grave where its mearness has
I am glad the time has come when
the devotee of Isaac Walton, with
hook and line and a tin can of rod
r"r.?it!,vjji1, fl'ot ton.
There was lots of cotton on the
! market today (Tuesday.) A big lot
.;3 told by Mr. Frank idorrison,
oae cf the best farmers rf ix'o. 2, and
big creek bank set, I b Vrnvk Petbrb The prevail-
oonday raia is Vvauraly ! ' . -
UARLUlTi:, N. C
f v-ii i V.vttcr
u tiii city.. M outlay, cf one
eit i ns W &av "old,"
u"-' allusion to the irtdi
" v, but old a? reeards his
' ! Ceijaord eonpaed to
't rb-ewhcie. d! Tkeo.
iiO has taken np his yine
ar:d'piai.ted them cut
re rikip, wa3 here and
. he looks so much
": I Ih-.srnor brought forth
:.eure3 about the
? anil remcrlie3 that are
ka'rable. The enly
- T ' fMu nhiffi id f'2t
' "1 rs-:
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'u be seldom ever retired.
.iin Tli.ec at One Time.
Speaking about hens atxd eggs
Durham can come in and go you
one. Chas, llines, who presides
oyer the Carolina barber shop, yes
terday evening bought a hen of the
Ccehirit China species and took her
heme. This morning he found that
ahe had made a nest during the
night and had laid tbree egg. All
of them were .well developed of the
usual i::e, excepting that one had a
hard shell and the other two were
nof:-shells. When a Durham hen
ct3 tip such an enterprise as this, it
is u wonder that we nave cheap
eggs. Darham ban.
It wouldn't take Jim ilobiason's
latest hen discovery long to fill a
ihrcsbuig machine, such as he re
ported not long since. Ty,j the v, .y,
can't the Sun let up on the egg and
chicken busiaeL3 long enough to
find c rcujark-ible cow or a nest of
spring snakes ? j
To Go tt Albany.
Guilford will be represented at
the Albany penitentiary in a wpek or j
'---f & i'i h j
W HI .vrv
Aion.o S'uith and a negro man,
'V j counterfetere, vere convicted in the
Federal court Saturday and sentenced
to twelve months each. Orlando
Kirkmau, implicated with them, ss
also convicted, but got cK with six
months in the jail.
They were engaged in making
counterfeit nickles, the moulds be
ing found in Smith's bouse. It was
a plain case. Greensboro Kecord.
P t4 ,r9 .r: fa
' n cr loys at prices r:n:gi):s
' We chip from factory snjfet.
h1 d J-T1.: tin- n ?v ! y Eiaiiil'e.ctiir-
3CoKswmcrgi e av;
V'; oiler giafer valain our
' : e r wl eels at mtflo $89 tban
tamers with prices froxaJgfeO
v v wheel fni;v wFrranted.
-'If.Jr :t dealers a prroiii ofFify
rrii this out and write to-daf tQX
' . r.e catalogue. Address,
Haying been duly qualified ads
mirist-aior of the estate of Mrs. M.
holding claims against sa d de
ceapcd, are hereby notified to -pros
Bent them to the undersigned on oi
before the 9th day of April, 1806
fc? payment or this notice will be
l ad fls a bar to their recovery.
Also all persons owing said de
Bcd are notified that prompt pay
ment is cxpectea. pTREA,
TUB l?th April, 1805.
On the neiqjhbo
WhiU; the noonday
Ill's nor,c an I ne"k i turke3r red
Ai d his e)C, with radiant hope a
"Many a time when 'twas getting late,
I've seen him r.neaki; th-ovh the gate
Throwing baekvvuid a-.i anxious j..huiee
At a ja.crsed tear in the hack of his pants
When he'd been lishiii'.
Memorv carries us backward to
the springtimes of our boyhood when
the cup of spieewood or sassafras
teas, proverbial for their health. giy
iog and spring debility destroying
properties, graced each evening
meal. Methiuks the mesdames of
old were right when they put thptr
faith in these simple remedies -!"
honr manufacture, instead of the
nowaday nostrums. North Carolina
political!'.' after a sixty day 3 attack
of Fusion feyer, needs a prolonged
dosing with good ohl time, common
sense antiseptic remedies.
I have been trying to satisfy my
self as to the 'ause of such rapid
and sudden u tb' nop'thv
pulse of late years. Germany,
France, Italy and our own country
are the greatest protection countries
and in them is the greatest discon
tent. In America we have protec
tion preached to us from year to
year, but our industries fluctuate
still, go up and down, and the rcai
laboring American citizen finds no
relief. There may be protraction
beneficial to the ''infant industries
hut him theiw is ::, V-roVrOtl-JU
against the overwhelming hordes
of foreign riffraff who compete with
him for work at his very door. Did
you ever notice that anarchism, so
cialism, tire bngism and all ideas an
taonistic to our free institutions
have their inception in this foreign
element. Little by little these doc
trines an being instilled and incuK
cated in the minds cf cur home peo
ple. Yankee ingenuity is dropping
into line with foreign depravity
ambition for office and an insatiate
desire for wealth brings to the sur
face the bold, seltisb, unprincipled
and incompetent. Fopulists, in
flationists, Fusionists (two extremes)
is the outcome. The laboring man
iIAMIviO'-,rD u 00
130 Jo 132 i in i i"
NEW YORK Ol'i Y.
S:c:)ks. Ron!"! 3 and ':v.Ir. ..
sold, or carried nn M?
P. S. Send for ex; Vv--- :
lar on speculation, a!:o v r
ket i'Uer. (Free)
When B.ahy was sir k, ro gave her Ca itoria.
WTion oho was a CliiM, she cried for C'asiorla.
Wlicu she became- Miss, sho clung to Castori.',
When she had Children, she gave thorn Cotci :a.
Cua-t ous I'ocEicl Stctle.
Rid you know, that a silver
quarter, half-dollar, or one dollar,
each make a handy pocket rule ?
The silver quarter measures just
three fourths of an inch in diameter.
The silver half measures one inch
in d meter. The silver dollar
measures cue r-nd a half inches iu
diameter. S al 5" sb u ry Her al d.
Without questioning the Herald's
accuracy, vre intend to test this
when the wherewithal is secured.
Just now the "r:st is impracticable.
The Sou-.a hound Vestibule was
fiye hours late today .
Two iaves Waved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, III., was told by her doctors
she had Consumption and that there
! was no hnp for her, but two bottles
Dr. King's New Discoyery complete
ly cured her and she says it saved
her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 130
F'orMa St. San T'Vancicco, suffered
from a dreadful cold, approaching
Consumption, tried, without result
everything else t4,en bought one bot-5
tie of Dr. King's Ne Liscovery
vi'l in tTvO weeks was cured. He is
caturally thankful It is such re
suite, of which these are samples,
that prove the wonderful euicacy cf
this medicine in Coughs and Colds.
Free tr.il botths at Fetzer's Drug
Store, Regular sizs 50c and 1 00,
.nnnsiou Honse Ininlrj .
I am the Concord repesentative
of the MansiomJIouse Steam Laun
dry, of Greenville. S.C. If you
think of wearing nicely doneup
collors, cuffn and shirts, come see
me and find out cost.
You will be paid for al articles
sees fortunesmade in a day, s es j tern or lost. You can leave your
ftfi,0ra nf nwn r.ksa tkp fn tlifi bundles at tne Jb urniture otore,
millionaire notch and his restleesaess
whether I am presant or not, It will
and chaffing increases. He forgets j 1 fiend baaket off Tuesday and it
that these fellows who get rich "are
the mean, low frown, selfish chaps
returns Saturday morning.
Come around and?Eee;me
who never stands treat, go to a ball jmhl3 3m
Oil S ami
n o ra
ii-.i 115 2
I ara back at my edd p':;. ...
corner prepared to v'oor; . -niy
old friends and to rnak;
new ones. I keep a fiH line . i
i C I A C C v , cv i' .
always fit the 1 o v.: y t p : r , -consistent
witli honest hit -ness.
Will meet outs ut 1
times. 1 can buy as oLeap r:
anyliody nnd will sil b.
Haying a stock wuitd u :h
farmers' v.anfs, can u :.; -. :.
produce. "W III 1 .
goods for all ki.uls of ... -;t -y
produce at cash. prr.".. 1
to see me.
JOHN P. ALL GCS-,
:i cation Sotipc.
At a meting of Poird r
sicners fo? town Coec; .
held April 1st, 105, n:i
wa3 called and ordered, to 'be ' "1 '
the various voting place 3 on tn
first Monday in llay next 1.: . :,
purpose of electing a Mayor avd
two Town Commissi oners fr- : d:1
by each ward and oa-t " irad -d ;i';bo.oi
Commissioner frcm r:v:d
ward. Books open now.
lowing Registrars were appon;eu ;
Ward No. 1: John B CablwfH
Ward No. 2 : Juiu-?6 N Bros";:;
Ward No. o: PA Correii. Vv r t
No. 4; George M Lore.
By order of Board
J. L Fartsell,
April 2, 1805, Clerk.