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7ioitln k v Politic ians.
Cincinnati, 0., April 12. In Coy-
hngton, Ky., this afternoon Senator
W P Goebel, shot and instantly
killed John L Sanford, cashier of
the Farmers' and Traders' Bank of
The two men had been political
and business enemies for yearj.
Both men are prominent citizens
of Covington. Guebel is a lawyer
and at present State Senator from
Kenton county. He is one of the
WiTor.E 10. 1,-iir
it .f Vir n.rui' 1
r.-rv nier.i that j best known politicians in the Stat
Accounts of the
1'. .1 Iss is
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'!- '. ri vf for the price
: . '. b. V
!v, s 'th-.it evcrv member
,.h .-: !'-.' V .: : r
s!"t .vl r.-.kt- out .1
- ;; ! " v. h,-n a boy
i i r ,fts
r:!: . t his earnings and
jr tact, t!s" i.hi of early
;:-.-n v..f economy, for tlid
. I ' -'v bo in,; ititVi
: -s i-vcr where, because
- -I'- f -.itrs
i h ..w thev use their
: . t. t.itw n v ars
a"..t present you with a
details of the
io to the effect
: that rA half past one o'clock
; nf teritcon, GoebY was coming r.ut of
j tlv.:- First National Bunk when he
met S;mf.:Y, who drew a revolver
jaml fired, the ballet Yriking YxYI
I m the shoulder. The latter pulled
! his pistol and shot three times in
quick succession, all taking effect
and causing almost instant death,
Goebel then gave himself rp.
i Another account of the shooting
lis that Senator Goebel with attorney
I General Ilc-ndricks were walking
! towards the First National Bank
i when they met Sanford. The latter
I stepped up to Gcebel and said : "I
! understand you are the author of
that article," (meaning a publica
tion in the Commonwealth, news
Goebel replied : "Yes,"
Sanford then levelled a revolver
at Geobel and fired, the ball going
through his coat and lodging in the
hip, Goebel turned around and
fired, the bullet entering San ford's
head near the eye. He fired two
more, shots as Sandford fell, both
taking effect. Geobel then gave
self up to the police.
A few iiilniitca after the shoot
ing a detail of police surrounded
th-3 bank, and had hard work to
keep the crowd away. Geobel was
r recently hud occasions j leader in fie antinngites, while
Sauford Jed the other faction of the
Senator Geobel vvas a director of
the Citizen's National Bark, vhile
Mr. Sanford was cashier and director
w-1 4- r Tr.
.' -'i n .-.i how so.n. It
'. x J. b'. nefit vf our
rvs .a savir. of from $21 to
: !' y '-i set, bciiJes .t;:a4j
'k.ib-v essv terms made
: nv : . 1 a I contract. But what is
, ; ry Jay you delay yoa
fit a'tJ farrily of the elevating
.....:e-.v c of this excellent
. , 15 te placed in
lav, t t it can be done by
r C v urse'f the price of one cigar a day.
t.T:r in mind that this offer is not
1', we can supply our subscribers
y ::U- : or a limited time only.
- - :. - r.er now, and be on the
!: is a bt.-p that you will never
.. :. ' t!: possession of this ;:rrat library
' ;r we a source of the greatest
iri pleasure in yur hcrr.c.
. wj1 o V il
V:cu ti r' ( urio' li I
1 : vr '
e 0 -
L ran into a
but upon investTr-tioii
that all or these curios
:et niosfc of them bcimr
The lirst thing rhown
complete detective outfit
'Y some pirate of years
3 down for s veral gen
ii it fill to his share.
.bqvn muskets, horse
'ords, stillettoe, shields,
all sizes, the rty and
. itis, ail musty with age.
: 1 J war were so numerou.
such vivid impression
uc we could almost Lear the
tra! ps of soldiers. Besides walking
CartJ. te-ya of childhood and love
a ot manhood, were shown
of the Farmer' and Trades Nation
-a one cent piece that
rfn)Hin8 of the late Jeff Davis
iJacklfii s Arnica alvo.
The Best Salve in tke worl for
Cuts, Bruise, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever ISors, Tetter,Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give satisfaction or
money ref u nded. Price 25 01 ms per
box. For sale at P. B. Fetzer's Drug
mi 1 1 jkmwjiummi 111 1 111 w aa mm wmm mm ana
which is prized very I !
which is kept very
; trf-rtsured awav.
Uc Id :.jft a Thaddpns pvpn rhonali
I'luciui wiLu many war
ii, ,, - -
t ' Mithiff Iullic.
i to announce to the ladies
una surroanding comu
11 I am prepared to do
a;- work in dress ' making
tt'4tattiK?. I solicit a trial.
r. Mrs. J. L. Brown,
LU street, opposite Reformed
Cu- rn21 1m.
OV X Oil
Elegant in Design
4r Superior in "Workmanship
Strong: and Easy Running
Hartfords are the sort of bi
cycles most makers ask $100 for.
Columbian are superior even to
so-called "specials," for which $125
or even $150 is asked.
It is well to be posted upon the
bicycle price situation. The great
Columbia plant is working for the
rider's benefit, as usuali.
G. L. PATTERSON, AGENT,
CONCORD, N. C.
Kaster Day Services.
Special services on Sunday wi!"!
be held in All Sr-nts -i
church, at 11 a. m. and 4:30 p, m.
commoration of the Resurrection of
OF TOWN LOTS FOll
'"ii'huv cl Icvic 'i ..:'! I'm'- Cti"
tiOcate of J L Boger, Tax Coiiectc
liora from the dead, la keeping this ! for the town of Concord, and pur-
Annual .b east, we are following thelsuant to the provisions of the
Mach;,i;-.-y Act3 of the General As-
example of the Apostles cf the firsi;
century. All inrited and welc te,
J. C. Davis.
ji:ttoit;i to Vote.
Mr. No ih Carrel I, of our town,
has a claw hammer with a history.
He came in possession of it in 18G6
and since that d -7 it has been in
coustaut use. There is not a single
crack about it. He got it from a
Dr. Scott, who owned the buildings
formerly on the site where Uncle
Biily Cook's store 100ms r.o.v stand.
He swappd a cast hammer giving a j
greenback doll r "to boot
sembJy of North" Caroling I will on
the 1st Mom-lay of May 1805, sell
at Court House door in Concord
the following town lots on which the
taxes levied by the commissioners
tor said town for the year 1894 re
main unpaid, io -it :
TO "J) 1.
Isette & Smith, 1 r,own lot
on Main street $ 14 10
Pondexter, P F, 1 town
lot on Mill street, ad
joining V Thompson, 3 2o
I.havo lor- red in Coneor; for th
practice of medicine rtnd strrory
and respectfully ask the pullij fr .
share of their patronage I may
found at my office at any uovr n;
the day or at my residence at night
when not out professional!)', ami
w.'ll gladly respond to ail cUU
Ohice under that of Mont comer'.
6c Cro.vell. Respectfully,
ff J. E. Sxooi. M.I
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vy iu. W k j
II is Yiafeli Itetnriie!.
Thursday the Standard made men
tion of a watcti that had been s'olen
from Mr. Will Fo"3 a plasterer,
come lime during YvTed nesday. On
Friday morning when Mr. Foil re
turned to his work, he found his
watch in his overall pocket. The
watoh was somev.hat disfigured, tl. .
crystal having been broken out, the
warrant taken from the back and
the chain that was aUached was
gone. Chief Boer had the thief
spotted, he thinks, and would have
pulled the string toikiy, no doubt.
J rou-man, W A, 1 town
lot 00 Spring street,
vY ilieiur.t, J A, 1 town
lot East Depot street,
Branick, Mag, 1 town lot
East Depot street, (El
len Bost property),
Dry, W F, lo t acre land
Groner, Mary E, 1 town
lot (old store room ",
HAMMOND it CO.
130 132 Pf arl Sn-t,
NEW YORK CITY, Y i
Stocks, Bondrf and (Jiani Iuk -...1 u a
sold, or tarried 0:1 M:iqYv
P. S. Send for exmu.) Yr v :- -;;
lar on speculation, also wivm ma; -
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
Wlaon sho was c, ChiM, she crieil for Cnstoria.
When she became Miss, slie clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
It 35 ay do as 3Iueli lor You.
Mr, Fred Miller, of' living, 111.,
writes thrt he had a severe kidney
trouble for many years, with severe
pains in his back and also his blad
der was affected. He tiied many so
called Kidney cvires but without
any grco result. About a year ago
he began the use of Electric Bitter3
and found relief at ence. Electric
Bitters is especially adapted to cure
ot all Kidney and Liver trouble and
often gives almost instant relief
One trial will prove our statement.
Price only 503 for large bottle at
Fetzer's Drug store.
Cab a rrus
A Prenolier Gels a Pounding.
The young ladies and friends of
St. xlndrews' church at OannunvPIe,
took their good pastor and family
on surprise Friday night, by giving
them a sound pounding, not an un
friendly one, but one that filled the
larder to overflowing, with such
good things as sugar, coffee, molasses,
pickles, flour, hams, canned goods,
and many other necessaries, too
tedious to enumerate. Mr. Shealey
and his good lady were ever so
thankful and will always remember
the kind, free-hearted young ladies
of St Andrews
Meeting classis of North Carolina
Reformed church of the U. S.,
Thomasville, N. C. Tickets on
sale April 30thf May 1st and 2nd,
limit, May 7th, 1895. Fare for killed."
Alexander, Sarah, 1 town
Alexander, Hiram, 1
town lot Loye Town
Freeman, Allen, 1 town
Gilmore, Sandy, 1 town
lot Broad streei,
Gibson, Mag, 1 town lot
Harris, Henry, 1 town
lot Broad street,
Holbrooks, Adam, 1 town.
lot Broad street,
Ichord, Eliza, 1 town
McCarter, Andrew J, 1
town lot Broad street,
McRea, John W, 1 lot
Broad street (balance),
Pharr, Martin, 1 town
lot Broad street,
Spencer, Ellen, 1 town
lot Broad street,
Miller, Rondolph, 1 town
lot Broad street,
Blair, Z, 1 town lot
To the Sheriff of
The above is a true list of de
ligent property of the town of Con
cord, presented as in accordance
with law for you to advertise under
execution for sale for taxes.
J. L. Boger,
L. M. Morrison", Ex-Sheriff of Ca-
April 10th, 1895.
fl irst at Hctiicl, Iist at Appomuttox.
Rather a singular concidence oc
curred at the Confederate monument
yesterday. Capt, J. J. Thomas,
Capt. H. A. London, of Pittsbor,
and Marshall R. H. Bradley cf the
Supreme Court, were standing to
gether looking at the i scription:
"First at Bathel, last at Appomat
tox." Capt. London remarked: "I was
at Appomattox and carried the or
der for the last charge. I was on
the staff of General Grimes, whose
troops made that famous closing
Marshall Bradley said: "Well, I
was at Bethel and was one of the
four who jumped the feuce and fired
the barn, when Henry Waytt was
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I am back at rny vl l
corner, prepared to . weW r;v.
jmy old friends anel to nvJ'
new ones. I keep a full lin -Y
TCBACCO, A c
always at tlie lowest pi:cr;;
consistent with honest busi
ness. Will meet cuts at all.
times. I can buy as cheap a
anybody and will sell as close.
Haying a stock suited io t;i
farmers' wants, can us- vowi
produce. Will exchi75
goods for all kinds of count: n
produce at cash prices. -to
JOHN P. ALLISON.
round trip $2.50.
Reidsville Driving Club Races,
Henry Wyatt was a volunteer
from Edgecombe and was the first
Reid8yille, N. C, tickets on sale man killed on the Confederate side
April 2lsc to 24th inclusive, limit in the late war. His portrait is
ApriT 26T, 1895. Fare for ronnd now in the State Horary. Raleigh
trip $3 75. i Victor.
At a meeting of Board Comm-p-sioners
for town of Concord, N. U,
held April l3t, 1895, an election
was called and ordered to be held Y
the various votiog places on tnv
fiist Monday in May next for ttu
purpose of electing a Mayor and
two Town Commissioners from and
by each ward and one Graded School
Commissioner from and by each
ward. Books open now. Tlie fol
lowing Registrars were appointed :
Ward No. 1: John B Caldweli,
Ward No. 2: James N Brown,
Ward No. 3: P A Uorrell, WarY
No. 4 ; George M Lore.
By order of Board
J. L Hartsell,
April 2, 1895, Cle: