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CONCORD, N. O. FRIDAY, APTUL 10, 1S95.
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W irons KO. l,no:
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o Nvr? only his
. f work and study, is
hhb. v.kvA-e kingdom lis
"'' ''.''i'1, has 5"
:or domain that no one
t;n:t or independent of
'b.v xL-atist who enters
:". - N f -tudv ran: t
it.v ' :-,vk hi?
;M.-:n: in the study of
ct: j. : . 1 1 Ln oology
:.;.!: hA r.ntcihls fcr
A"!v of ,tco!':v or botanv.
:v.l depend one upon the
:d anhst i us I
Mr. Vtillinm Xorri I!a5!y KcnMrcS
JIisCoi!i!ijn Not 5oi.,fl.
Mr, Will Morris, who lives about
four miles from tosvr, met with a
painful accidait this (Friday) morning.
lie waj running his- gin. While
j woikino- around the engine the boiler
exploded, and ilr. Morria w:i3 badly
j scalded. The first report was that
i he was seriously injured.
The latest information is that he
is not suionaly, though piinfully
It was impessiole to get full par
ticular ol the ucddciit for this
1 Mtf s?
I SALE OF TOWX LOTS FOI
(P 1 0$ A ffKT-s r "J ;'rture levies and the cer
yyfelMill 3 jeof JLBoger,Ta, Collector
"1 iCr H i
1 1 i lift tor rii wuah t
Why, instead of helping theciu?e
of temperance hy !ppfisbitmy it into
a fair change ?n the rucc, tho b'a
sion Legislature did its best it frain
ir. the new election law to rub the
Prohibition party clerk off "Torlh
Caioliua territorj." Bullot Box.
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DURHAM iN.C. U.S.A. ViV
MURDER IX i KM DELL.
.a 1 1 .7
- v !: :::n branch.
: ivierdi-t must have his
. 7 : zen
: K"t and concise, for !n the
x;'c:"..:;eiit he lias no time
i r"ar ;es or b u!ky
;-d a remedy for the
: his spceial library ; it is
' -authoritative, cenc'e,
rr.r'.ete. He can turn in
Jiv-nils Cit tui for Tree CoLt o.
Macon, Mo., April IS. In go. is
yorsation with a member of the G A
Ih nt the state encampcmeiu beir.f;
bo'l here, J J Ingalls has declared
he was not only in favor of putting
a plank into the national pbuform
favoring free .and unlimited coinage
of silver, but that he 13 strong v in
favor of noramati i:r a candidate who
pcrEo'Oly in favor of that principle.
The hpppicsl r:arriage ever chrorv
a:. y subject suggested by 1 ic7ed in this section of the Sta'e va?,
c;;:n:st I nt ahne in th!s
. f.; so complete and
i i its bearings is tiiis
' . . -, 1 ' V
f ''b- fhi.i :n it ju:f
i. v -
'! hut unless you
u.- -t 1 uy it at the
, ( r thr introductory
a short tim?.
-i iARLOTTc, 11. C
pcssib!y, that which occurred one
day last nek at II -it Creek, the con
tracting partie:! being Mrs. Molley
Foster, and Mr. James Harper, both
of that vicinity, says the Lynchburg
Advance, The marriage took rdce
amid great rejoicing at the borue of
But it jtke bride, and afterward the happy
couple removed to the home of the
Late lo'aLurduy a fte in 00 11 a rrhito
mm Ramtd T J Overca-ili was killed
by a negro, Jim Feinioter, in Con
cord township, Iredell ciunly.
Fei'.nsfer was to ha.e bee;. L::rrL..
Samtj'.y and had 01? I. Scatesville
to .-:t h:3 iiceaf.;?. lie roz full nr
Ou whiskey and on hi.j way home
met Oyereah, to wlom he owed a
balance of 25 cents on a calf purs
chased, ac a bramii. The negro had
a chicken and Ovtreaih uei.iiuded
theb.ilvnce ere l;",e. e5 the fowl.
Feima'er b-id no money md refused,
to give up the chicken which he
said was for hn w dding dinner.
ior 1 HQ town ot Concord, and pur
suant to the pro7ision3 of the
Machinery Acts ol the General As
sembly of Xorih Carolina, I will on
he 1st Monday of May 1395, sell
as the Court House door in Concord
Ji3 folio.viug town lots on which the
tast3 levied by the commissioner
oil a iuiva ior tne ear 180-i
mam unpiid, to wic :
I lo-'Ue & oaiilh, 1 tois n lot
on i';un ttiei
Pondexter, P F, 1 town
let oa Mil street, ad
joining vV Thompson,
Troutman. W A, 1 town
i o 1 00 S o ) : n r street.
WiPef or I, J A, 1 town
Ion sr. Depot street,
iinimck, Mag, 1 town lot
East Depot s'reot, (El
lon Best property),
j-iy, r , 14 ame.i mail
o Mile Branch,
Givaer, Mary E, 1 bwn
lot (old otore room;,
0!j I i Off!
i J i 10
3 CO !
I am back at my old
oornf1;1 preppa-d to '
new ones. I kee
iiiii iVl Lei' au
groom, which was r.ot far
O : .Aril IS. D
1 1 pi that Geo.
The bride is the nutber of fourteen
children, while the groom, who was
a widower, hf-3 in hii family 'eyen
youngtUtre, cO tb.at tVa; youag ple
wiii bugin life v.dih ivc;.ty-one
o l e ii
:-: :i CiM, si-.:- ci-ifd for Criteria.
.-.':-:. sv'0 clung to Casforia.
1 Cuil'-ticn, '-iivetbem Castoria.
70 no en
t j rell f 1 25
.; ; '.'0 and di-
me.i in the meaa -hilj having ob
lamed a reek, O i-rca;M -started to
crois tb;e branch. The u-:-gro dared
hi m to Ci'oss iiiiu us he (iid so threw
the rock, siiikmg him on the head
and knocking lum dewn, partly in
the water. Feircstf picked up his
chicken and staged heme, le ving
the wounded '.mai on the ground,
Two olh: r nrgree? who witnessed
the difficulty c:.rued Oercash to
khi home. He rovained nnconsciouo
Freeman, Alum, 1 town
Gil more, bend, 1 tow-t
lot liroad stre-t,
Gibcon, M.g', 1 ti.,va lo:
Harris, Henry, 1 to ra
lot Broad street,
Ilolbrooks, Adam, 1 town
lot Broad atrtet,
Ichcrd, Eiizi, 1 t'.vn
lot Cole burg,
McCarter, Andrew J, 1
town lot Broad street,
McRea, John Y, 1 lot
B oa d s t r e e t ( b a i ;in ce ) ,
Pharr, Martin, 1 tovvn
lot Broad street,
encer, Ellen, 1 town
j SHOES, II ATP.
GR(H;E i - !S,
4 ol ; always at the iowe:-1 pay. :
j consistent witlL ir.m , i
1 35 inesa. Will meet ubo . ;
jtimRS. I can buy ns-e!:; :; i. :
, n yj y L 0 d V r. ' I 'I vri ' 1 " ' 1 ! o -
Haying a stock suited to Mi -
farmers' wants, can iu
X rod uce. V ill
- 0o j goods for all kinds of
J produce at cash prid- s
to see me.
JOHN P. A L ?'.!
HAMMONP cb v O
180 & 132 Pearl f-,
YOilK CITY, bi
lot Broad' street,
Miller, Koudo'ph, 1 town
lot Broid street.
B.'air, Z, 1 town
retil auout b v. ci.- ,
il;g . a
Fur rvcrrVir:; Ycur.
Mrs. WinslowY Sootlrng Ryrup has
been used for irer fifty year3 by
millions of moters for their children
while teething with perfect, success.
It soothes 1 1 child, oftena the
gums, allays al pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea, I will relieve tne peer
To the Shkiukf of Cabahkus
The above h r. i cue list of do
lihpient property of the town of Con
cord, presented as in accordance
with law for you to a ivertb:e u:: r
sx:c a tioii for sale for taxe.
J. L Poc. En,
L. M. MoKuioON, Ex Sheriff of Ca-
April 10ih, 1605.
S-cck, Bond? and Urain b
rob' or carried on M
P. i ;id for cjphm'!
lar o3 n pee ulation, ai j
kct letter. (Free)
I have located in Cone
practice of mf-dirin rr;
and renp et fully a-k the
share ob ' h.ir.,paL'
the day or at my r -bi:,
iUnb" f j". : f
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Meeting cteis oi iSTart)i CbroFna' Cro;:ci. Ke-rectfullv
t " VF d
" ! much about that Fred.
T :ture and of the
'''T1:! .ed unpriiioipieu
" ',ri in bhaling and sneak
a Loulrdea th'-y are fired
o more ot
' "'j-ri Court here for
ed cotton. F I Oioorno
elicitor ?-nd made one of
t ?pieehe,3 for the prose
After Mr. Osborne closed
';if-n t the prisoner was asked
ad what he thought of the
; Breeoh. lie repled, '-'Well,
a OitH's truth I never did
i r of hearing one speech
m a11 niy hfe. That fellow Upborne
Rurally makes me tired.?, Monroe
M -e- -ft -
iniiviile i3 getting ready for the
exposition. We have a number of
spring alligators that saved five
rigger. from boicg lynched by
swallowing them alive.
The falling season is not full as
nsmd. The jug factory was totally
destroyed by fi e on Wednesday b'.sf,
and fdl we haye left now is bait.
Pnnrg the moonlight picnic
mistook "our trunk for a cat, and
threw the same out of the window,
he sheriff caught it on the fly, and
relieved us of three shirts and a
certificate of good, character.
Billville hopes to tike the prize
madalsat the Atlanta exposition
- 1 on (TO nrfs "!
In fact she nas
little sail jrer tin-.e-bbabdy. Sold, by j .Reformed church of -he U. S.,
Drurgbts mi every p: r t of the Tfccma-viBe, N. O, Ticaebi of
,a!e Apni 30; h, M.iy 1,: and 2nd,
limit, May 7;h, lbt'5. Fare for
round trip $'2 50.
v;:-:ld. 'I'werV'live cc?iis a ho -tie !
le fcure and av for '.virs. inslovv's j
Soothing Syrp" sad take no other
kind. mw&w j
if- If 1 . - .' - -ft
space and, anion
other things, will
For men, vroin or hoys at prices rar.glr.g
'rora 25 to $50 e ship from factory t w.nrc.
to approval id arc Lc ojJy mar:uf icfur
CtsSellfcgdirt to Censure try. Ve 110.
2io Asrrijts. , 1 OlTer gyitatr vuSra? in our
hkTcrTGladipr wheels at to th,ir.
ether manufaJrers with prices frpm.HKi
to 31 50. Evy wheel felly Warr&iatt d.
nwtvyv . 1
prhihit a congressman who neyer dia ,p(mupay icti dealers profit ot vmy
, . , fn jnff his salary l-p?-r". C-dhis out and write, today for
anything except to draw, ma j!Sswei Address,
und return to his constituent. pwm. m.:
Just as easy to sit tip straight
on a bicycle as on a horse. Bi
cycle must he built right, though
have easily adjustable handle
r bar and many sizes to fit you.
ir.ui means your ouymg a
I ava tho Concord rer ' - -'
of the Manr!on"Kouee l:
dry, o: Greeuviilo, Tl'
thu.k of vesr;r-7 nicely ''
collor?, eufie and shirts. c; a
me and find out co.'t.
You will bo pahi 1 Ar ai i.,
leaner lot. Yea cm I. :
bundles at tho F::rr:ituv: ":.
whether I ara rc:r.f,t err;' 7t
receive pronot at-ition.
I t-ciid ldHket oh" Tuesdr:v
returns Saturday morning.
Come around aiid.seefuit.
mbl; 3m J. 1,. , :, ;
The B:t 5ahe u tXe
Cut3, Bruise, core", Ulcei 5, ; .-it
Rheum, Fever Sore, Tetter5Ch;- a ,1
Hands. Chilblains Corr? ' Y'jV.
TT i. .' J j i 1.
iiiiveu l &aiu a worn auoui i pi n t 1 1' '
quality? No need. Everybody j biim i'-'ui)i'10n3 anu poh'.e-y CArc::
knows the Columbia is the j Piles or L0 pay itquilAd. It ii
best bicycle made. Have lower- . -, , .-. . ,.
money refunded. P;icc 25 " rs
box. For sale at P. B. Fetzbr's D:zr
priced machines too Hart fords
Art Catalogue free If you call.
G. L PATxEKfcUJtf, AUEM
CONCORD, N. C.