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CONCORD, N. C
TABLED THE BILL.
EDI TOR K EST LEU CALLED 01; "
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j V'AVNK3VlLl.EfX. C., April 4,
j Editor News and Observer : la
j regard to the assignment bill which
j seems, in some way. to have passed
jthe Legislature, I desire to : ay u -1
Mr. .Smith ui Stanly, introduced a
bill to prevent preferences in
; nments, 1 underwood i:; afla
j iiavintx had several conversations
l with nun in r-.pird to it v. -hen r :,e
bill was reported by the Finance
Committee, Mr. .Smith told me that
; it was not the original, but a sub
j statute, understood to have been
I prepared by iiaAamai, Chairman of
th Committed I was opposed to the
jLiiiith bill, and when T leanv 1 that
iit had bee i amended at the iaManre
f r.atuv. :,r,4 i Ol u a. II i
. Aii AJ i v-Vel' oppJCai Ivj
tA ,..:".n ' "'' ' I: un chief would result to the busi
ness iiiteiv-:'3 of the St:ite if radical
ion should be had along this
Aiil Mr. Smith came to me
e r. "1 w
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tju's Bro lie V ii ir..r.lf.t
Air. F L .Fmery, iiunc-rintendcL'
of the Ode 11 IDU, ;;h0 is a fil:0 -crat
and who has been nothing else
for the p.-n?t IS year, caHFd upon i
Fl Kestler this (Friday) morning
and requested him to retract throu oh
n- his ppcr the folloivir.tr uur-ent.
wh en a;.pei;id in the VoiUbuie oi
this week :
"Tne Demy hiyo put (na lire
time Itepablican for commissioner
-n w?r F -rnap- he cacrifices his
p-iity for the oik- ul a j b. IIow d-
the Denis like the fusion ticket ?"
Tke abo;e iUatem-nt raised the
Djmocratic ire of Mr. Emery, and ' j
-' 'i"!J .1 111"!?
i -r it '.. :1!
fl,., ..- I i. t LJiVj LV7 J .
ur.-ioyoj j and said that lie would have noth
i ii.,-, i
in iu tiu-r o do with it, inasmuch
as the tubjtiUite had changed the
' ;,u ' -r.iv,-!. , purpose of his bill. Subsequently I
'e .iied up the bill and moved to lay
it on the Lible, stating at the tin: it
j w:w -i dangerous bill. The nv;f:oa
v,3 cai i ied by a large majority, the
j Democrats voting the affirmative
I never Iieard of the bill any more
j until I noticed in the papers flfter
jibe Liis.ature had adjourned that
it had become a law.
W. T. Ljee
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DURHAM, N.C. U.S.A. Vi -'. ?
j AIS FIT. O M
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The Best, S;ilvf in rm-lJ f,-... I t.,,. , , - -""..,,-
vuio, iiub;.?, ooiVf.. Ij crws. Salt a ; w nw ri.w!,: i .v.. : nn
ivueuu), iever r-ors, i etterjCh.ppcd
Hands, Chi lb) aim-, Ce-ns and al!
Skin Eruptions, and po?tiveiy cuo
no ; -?.7 i'LOiuit.d. 1 i, is
ji , -
ur. iveauer o:ud ne woah: retrace
the rtatr-!))' n m
-.jr.- t. r
i lies or
pjuai inteed to yiw- patirfaction or
money refunded. Fnce l!5 cents per
uua. rui csaie at r. o, ietzer s Urusf
hv virture ui levies aad the cer
practice oi medieine an.; st.r;- r,
and respectfully as1 p"' ' - "c-r .
share of their patroDr.?p J . .- t
found at Liy oilier at ny wur of
the -by or at my nsbl '.. it
when not Clit prof" '1;, , .
'Viii gladly repci d tr -y' :
01-lce nnder 1 h:. f; -.f '
Cro,7el!. Ke ip. w fa ih .
ff J. E. Smoo-. i
HAMMOND t CO.
120 132 P-;- F'.w
NE'W YOfiK CiVY, J
biocks, Bonds and Orr:; 1 - .
sold, or carried on Ai;;.-.
o: J L ,-W-er. Tav nolh' -tor!
for the town of ronCord, and pur-! X- S.-Send for exp!a
suant to the provisions of the 1 7 'u, lLluu
1 ''.'-', 5 tir ?! yes
io 'Tito TVaiilini; I'ulflic.
T vvl?h to announce to the ladies
of Cor cord and surrounding conic
ninnit; that I am prepared, to do
k in dres3
I solicit a trial,
j . i ns. .). L. Rhowv.
, t , 1 Cluweh stre.r, o-posif? l?ef''rr.:cd
on"1 '.Mr:! r, f vn1!' in A-
k-.. kJ lO'v.:! iWii 'ii i
; , , r ' and cutting
- c -
rfvOtj "'VJjy "S'st.-.v .ire ?'.
cy'7, 1 Th KirstonM'ree Tress say?, in
:?nd I Tr ferrir: to the-new magistrates :
t ui ears Tlie ne-wlv appointed magistrates
we nit m:igistrafc.j, b au.v? they
este-rday, but j failed to qualify. They Lnk l to j
I j i i'lfy be can the certified lists
-Js . e ! :a'c net sent out in time by the r oc
d.jd. r-ot send.
i. i I 1 .
-.is u . i'- i j WaCiei oat u
I neck home i blanks to send
. "; a' w-1":.!. - ! co.::2 to him in time. The
bheks (Adn'L c'i-:e to him in
f t.? city. H-ia I tive b '-'ause the public printer
e ;.: al. :j ! Lv: . .-: :tt V;ns:,cn zo far from the
wtw;: in:tea: J Stu'w capital. Ths public printer at
I Winston v;:is eleetfd-bv th funion !
theen on w In'fc
' 3e Ivaiir:itl ".V;ir.
TaltiDiCre, Apnl 11, -President
ITcff-ian, of the S,rbo ,rd Air Line,
said today that tb decision of the
inter-Stale commence cornTiissAn,
which pevLvrs the Southern Kail
rr.ad company to r. cct tJe rut in
p'wsenger rate mad i Ly the Seaboard
to Atlanta without rcdtwig the rate
to intermediate points, would not
affect the situation matt rially, except
that the decision might give the bn
preoion that hi3 line was in the
wrong in cutting ra.tej. Comment
ing oa th .- decision Tresident IIoiT
man said ; ,
'T no longer see any use for the
inter-State commerce commisron.
That body has virtual v iven the
Southern Kailroad company a
weapon which to fiht up and has lien P.
repudiated about the only important
clause of the act under which it was
created- 'the loni; snd fhrt haul'
clans-1 of tt" !'iw h . j been, nph'dd by
all the courts, and I am surprised
that the inter-State commrroc com
mirsion should be the first tc "ullifv
it. I cannot say at present what we
will do next, but we are able and
ready at all times to protect our
rights aiv.l property.
semb.y ot INcrtii (.'arolina, 1 will on
the 1st Monday of May 1S95, sell
ui I IIo:jfie dour in Cuucord
the following town lots on which the
taxes levLd by the commissioners
tor said town for the year 1 AO I rc--
main unpaid, to vit :
Isctc & Smith, 1 tcvn lot
cn Main street
Pondexter, P F, 1 town
lot on Mill street, Aid
joining V7 Thorapso:"!,
Trout run n, W A, 1 ,'otvn
let oo Spring street,
Peoples, Alfred, 1 town
lot (Hurrage lor),
Willefor i, J A, 1 town
Iog East Depot street,
Jienic;;, mzz, 1 tor.'ii iOt
t Dcpcitreet, (!:-
Dry, W F, 15 acieslan-l
3 -Mile Branch,
Oroner, Mary E, 1 town
let (old store rcom;,
Alexander, Sarah, 1 town
I 4 ft p ;
$ U 10
rip) r (i
? 4 S S ' -i
7 n i y
I am Mcli at my old
Whon n."J y v'Cis sick, prnve V.-'T r,-tr.ra.
"-1 . - -o . . 1
ii. a t
, . . I -, . 1 1 . . ., j 1 : r. r; ,i : n n.jr'n 1 '- q 1 When she bocamo Mis.?, sho clung to Castoria.
: 'otised by a col
' ' ' rv.p r:ad bn
e himself nd
":" yiati wilh hiiii
' ' - f rry.
oTur to get it
' ' se. had alapi
printers sfarvaticn wsges. And this
y , Wli -n sho a Child, &h.. cri f' r Cus..
When she had Children, she gave them Cn -t oria.
5 i -ff t. T i. ?. ft r r ft x' i j? 6
& & si m. tl 12 8L M &
ipril 10. Mr.
Khrlwr (f the
biy Ni2ht, corns
tonight by tak-
T (Ainada, an.
.11: about sixty
y. in this city
jo, lie came to
edth. ile was
frfE don't advi-c
any bicycle but the
best one made
he COLl'MB? A--for
the $100 it costs
is wise' economy,
every dollar of it.
But if you prefer
to pay less, then
we have lower
that we know will
I give you satisfac-
; tion. Patterns tor
men and women or
boys and girls in
$80 $60 $50
Come and examine.
Beautiful Catalogue free if you call.
G. L. PATTERSON", AGENT,
CONCOKD, X. O.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
i City, 111., was told by her doctors
j she had Consumption and that there
j was no hope for her, but two bottles j
Dr. King's New Discovery complele-
, ly cured her and she bays it saVca j 3air
; her life. Mr. i hos. ieix, ;-'j
Florida St. San Francisco, suffered
I from a dreadful cold, approaching Coiasty ;
j Consumption, tried without result; The above is a true list of de
everything else then bought one bot-! ligent property of the town of Cgd.
tie of Dr. King's New Discovery ! cord, pre:-:? ted as in accordance
and in two weeks was cured. He isi with law for you to advertise under
naturally thankful. It is such re- I execution for sale for taxes.
lot, Coleburg, l!S
Alexander, Hiram, 1
town lot Eoye Town
(balance), 2 05
Freeman, Allen, 1 town
lot Colebur, 1 73
Gil more, Sandy, 1 town
lot Broad street,. 1 35
Gibson, Mag, l town lot
Broad street, 1 35
Harris, Lb nry, I town
oll .rook?, Adam, 1 town
lot Broad street, 1 5 j
J chord, Eliza, 1 town
lot Coleburg, 1 35
Me Carter, Andrew J, 1
to-vn lot Broad street, . 3 11
McIJoa, John W, 1 lot
Broad street (balance), 2 73
Pharr, Martin, 1 town
lot Broad street, 3 00
Spemr, Ellen, 1 towu
lot Broad street,' 71
Miller, JRondolph, 1 town
lot Broad street, 3 GO
Blair, Z, 1 town lot
Bioad street, 1 10
TO T H E S II K K 1 K F O F C A B A li A U 5
.... i i -i
my old' .fneiuls and a -f,Ve
11IAV011PS. I keen ;i f?:l
DRY a OOI
i jAC O, i. .,
always at tli " low.--3t w: -consistent
witli !mr;o'-r J, ; .
ness. Will inert ct rt
times. I can hn ,
anybody anel wiii belt
Hay ing a stock 6ai tv. . 1 ..j ir
farmers1 wan:-, 'au a x l
product. WiM exchn- ,
goods for a1! h-e ' of CGr -
lroduceat CAfdi P rices. (K 1 .!
to sea mo.
it' - A V.
-mix- r "
F.l't in ?;tico.
At a meeting ol Bvard
suits, of which these are samples,
that; prove the wonderful efficacy of j
this medicine in Coughs and Colds.
Free trial bet des at Fetzer's Drug
Store, Regular siza 50c and $1 00, i April 10 h, 1895.
J. L. Boger,
L. M. Morrison, Ex-Sheriff of Ca
li it ',. ofi ce . . . -,
held Ipill ls: , .i. b,'., Uu i
was calietl and oiu-.iu to be i.e ...
the various voiiu placv (u
Mi st Monday m .lay nexr.
purpose of elecan a AAor k
two Town Cotnmipioncrs fr'-m .
by each ward aai one (Arad-' Qoh " 1
Commissioner from and bv
ward. Books open now. The f
lowing Uegistrnrs w-re pn-Ait - " :
Ward Xo. 1 : John B Ca!dwA
Ward No. 2 : J an ? N B-r.-n.
Ward No. 3 : P A CorrcV, Tr,
No. 4 ; George M Lore.
By ordt r of Hoar el
J. L Hartsell,
April 2, 1305, Clerk.