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CONCORD, N. C. TUESDAY, APRIL M
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':v -,v,l ..:;.! tlas riceless
r !'! t'r.o. We even furnish
. .i'-e up tae i-in-:-s.
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a- . ' - in- ,1 t .r the r.rs? ti.r
; Ar.'-an :-ah!ic ; that It is the
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"... ' rs r. -'.r...; nT'ii'.:c-ry
: V -..-r b r s alono, and
"- s ' fuii retail price ;
:"' : S simply a plan
"' ; - ' v , S; hers to c;t
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CHARLOTTE, N. C
K l AnofUor Town ns C'onoonl 1VU1
Koi.l-Oro Ull to l,o at l ores,
II ill :uil (h Oilier on (ho
Km its (;;!.
j tLis u ill be news to some-
! It has not been news to seme
jtfince :iturday when trades were
j mud? for matt rid.
I To miilie a lone: stcry short
j Two ih:w cotton Mil.'s are to ..
j Luiit in Concord this summer,
i All of lids tii r;ri j d;i? to the
j energy and ability of Messrs J M
land W R OdeM.
! The b;t-3t mill of the place (nnd
j for that mattrr the biggest in the
jStuti) will be built at Forest Hill,
jit will bj Caut. Olell's crowning
j work in the cotton mill business,
f The other one yill be built on hie
j farm near the Southern railroad,
j-istwest fcf the present Odell mills.
We had an inkling of all this
Monday, but dared not open our
mouths. We do it now, because it
can not be longer kept.
A trade for the brick and lumber
Hl I,iulii!!tos IVtil 1?jH'!i
All is Xot CJojui.
The CLarloete Obaeryf.r, rnor
other thirds, ss th;
Nothing cculd be learned S.itnr
day r ight beyond the fact of rss
-:'J r'rfurc cf levies and ih'i ccr
ifice of ,1 L n.;i-:er. T.i -Cr,; -n-
ri tiie to'vn of C'OiiCuid, and pur- j
suant to the provisions of the i
Machinery Acts of the General As- !
l i i
Rn ment. L0 Wg the Lone and be-isembJy of XorVa Carolina, I will on
lief of Mr, Ilolland'e fn-ntls by his ! the 1 st Mon-ny ot May 1805, sell
giving np everyrhircr, rrvi vl0t it the Court House door in Concord
even a pi, Ce of f ar':fuu thai he ' '1? roliowinp; town lots on which the
wouk be able to pay i;3 indebted J tfiXes evii 7 the commissioners
ntss. which baturdav niht it wad t 'r Urvn fof th& year 1804- r
understood was entire! s to the tunk. jIliain U1T):' to wit :
Developments yvsf r'by :rore tb I v.'.vfd 1.
jn,y he -! mtrj, 1 town bjt
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; ::oK!Zk a town.
":i"Ui,,! ( ''-I S'iis.r of TlK-sii ZIn
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I'Siri. i MMi?;r ( oiujumi v f rom
'I :t 4 . ;H .J !:i:o j M, ,-iii-s
f - -r .Horfally
:' A;;il :f. A mob of a
" -' t:-groed Sutunbiy
' :i;'t' d ?o i;-.Ke posses-ion
i j , ii.jih. They are ern-;-
: -ic .-;i-.v mills near there
'A -'j b caiue some of
" n-e-ie-d there for
; : ';' ' net by the town otti
; ' -" ! r4----: pnd bar
" , " i " -"(dv'S and threat
:th dath. They
,J" " ' :'r i;!ty sheriils and so
; : i ' ;!'';- that they locked
-P ?:ive their lives.
, ': -nt to Washing-
" ; for aid and a
A'" ' ;f :ropc was put at the
, ' " brrift and poese.
iIl0n'1:r the people of
.. V ;: 11 ro arrest the Jead
v. ; !:' J bey captured Gve,
' resisted, fired at
V'l ,? '''' !i 1t:( aU( was fhot
r,.;'.y ,r-'ly wounded.
: r f rd were tried and
K : ; ' ,;)" in a boat and
1 r",)r' ?;'-roes to release
arr',,'rlf :'"'iCk was foiled by
' 0 : " -''d posse on a
A-r;r ,h ith Rr nt today.
fWV"a nr of the mob, Thomas
' ' -tluwed and is yet at
An Old Kt Ilr.
Mr, V N Mitchell, the old and
honored veteran of No, 5 township,
brought to the Standard office today
(Tuesday) an old time plow shovel,
supposed to have been made more
th in 75 years ago, by one Dr. Mil
ster, who was a blacksmith and
physician and lived where Cant. , lhey know Besides his indebted-
liiiiure is a bud one
yond everything, f t Xr. Hclhnd
saves not even his gr.o.l namj r..t of
the wreck. .Many reports gained
circulation yeserdr.y -.vi to the
amount of his indeuneis. The
Observer iearna from authoritative
sources the fr.ors in the case fo be
these: Bank examiner Miller des
tected something wron inMr. Hol
land's books Friday. He made! no
mention of it, but con Anued his ex
animation, Saturday tie cloud
hurst. Mr. Miller discovered that
Mr. Holland had been overdrawing
his account for from tk$ to seven
years, miking false entrie? to kcap
from being detected. When the
bank examiners came and he was
required to show so much cash on
hand, he would borrow the amount
required, put this in the bank uncil
the examiner had finished his busi
ness, and then return it to the
parties from whom borrowed. Mr. C
N" G Butt, teller, says he always
took Mr, Holland's statement and
figure-? without questioning him or
examining the cash. Up to last
night the shortage had reached in
the neighborhood of $50,000. Mr.
Holland's salary as cashier was
$2,200. Evary year he appropriated
the bank's money, reaching back at
leist to a period of seven years, and
President McAden savs ten for all
,Cha3. McDonald now lives. The
shovel was found by Capt. McDon
ald about 15 years ago and was given
to Mr, Mitchell, who has kept it as a
relic of ye olden times.
It is fchaped quite different from
the plow shovels now and
shows tbe lack of mcch anical skill.
It is, or was, about three-fourths of
an inch thick, ten inches 1 ,ng, al
most straight with a slight bend
at the small end. It was left at
this office lor those to inspect who
are interested in customs and poor
advantages of our forefathers.
Oil .Jiuill etrct!t
TonAxter, P F, I town
'Jot on Mill street, ad
joining vV Thompson,
TmiCm.m, W A. L town
lot oo Spring ....reet,
WilhdA.r 1, J A, 1 town
lot E .st D.pot street,
Brr.pTck, Mag, 1 town lot
Ivist IX pOL street, (El
len Irjst property),
Dxy, W F, 1.5. f acres land
3 Mile Branch,
Groner, Mary E, 1 town
lot (old store room;,
A - v' . r i !
Alexander, Hiram, 1
town lot Loye Town
Freeman, Allen, 1 town
Gilrnore, bandy, 1 town
lot Broad street,
Gibson Mag, 1 town lot
Harris, Hei:ry, 1 town
lot Broad street,
Holbrcoka, Adam, 1 town
lot Broad street,
Ichord, Eliza, 1 town
McCarter, Andrew J, 1
town lot Broad street,
McKea, John W, 1 lot
Broad street (balance),
i'harr, Martin, 1 town
lot Broad street,
Spencer, Ellen, 1 town
lot Broad street,
! Miller, Rondo' ph, 1 town
lot Broad street,
Blair, Z, 1 town lot
I I am back ut v.iy
8 H 10 , of business,
J A, J
corner prepare to
my old friends r. ;:d i ; : T
new ones. I keep :? f n i i ; ; - r
T C i A C A ) , u c ,
always at the lowest pricus
consistent- with lhjn-t )ya
nes3. Will meet cut:; ic all
j times. I can buy t,s chup
(anybody and will se!1 .
Haying a stock suited to t.u
farmers' wants, ran u' y u
produce. Will exchu:-:
2 05 ftuuus 1UI au lntis )! c virury
produce at cash price.-. C;!I
to se me.
Enameled silver, linK cuff buttons
When Baby rats sick, vra gave hor Castor ia.
Wlien she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Mother find Child liuriod Tojrelhor.
Early this morning another mes
sage was received from Salisbury,
announcing the death of the infant
child of Mrs. James Cook, whose
death occurred Sunday night, ad
ding more grief to the already sad
family. The mother's remains were
brought down last night and the inr
fant's this morning, They were
buried this (Tuesday) afternoon at 2
o'clock at the cemetery. Rev. M A
Smith conducted the funeral services.
JOHN P. ALLISON.
Hammond & cO.
Stock &n& loud.
ness to the bank, Mr. Holland owes
Mr. George E Wilson, the bank's
attorney, $9,500, and M rs. Amanda
Fritchard, his sister-in law, $1,000.
His assets are valued at from $25.
000 to $30,000.
it..;.. ,i c . i k:..i.;.t . . ' The iib-jVfi u a, true list of do-
, 2 liquent property of the town of Con
Glenn arrived here yesterday m-rn- cord, pre8ented as in accordance
ing, and was in consulcation all day with law for you to advertise under
with the officers of the bank and execution for sale for taxes.
To the Sherief of Cabaiirus
Bank Examiner Miller. Mr. IIoK
land's bond in a guarantee company,
said to be the the Fidelity and is
for $20,000 . Whether or not the
company will prosecute him is not
yet Known, iu is a m-i a'Ltir, ana of Mr John P Allison, the Young
Clrlotte deplores it. Nothing that eope'd 'Missionary Society of the
Presby:erian church will give a
dime concert, after which ice cream
and cake will be served.
J. L. Boger,
L. M. Morrison, Ex Sheriff of Ca-
April 10th, 1895.
Thursday mgnt at tne residence
he. s ever happened in the city has
caused more general eipression of
regret. The Observer, with his
other friends, would gladly have
with-held the news, but it was of
such nature that it must needs be
At the earnest solicitation and re
peated request of the bank oflieia'e,
District Attorney Glenn swore out
no warrant for Mr. Holland vester-.
130 & 132 Pearl Si -w,
NEW YORK CITY, R
Stocks, Bonds and Grain bo. c.:.A
sold, or carried on Margir. .
P. S. Send for explanatory circus
lar on speculation, also wee'dy mar
ket letter. (lilree) dwlv
I have located in Concord for rjb
practice of medicine vv ?-'rr?T.
and respectfully ask the puh.io for u
share of their patronnr K
found at my office at any hour A
the day or at my residence uc irAdit
when not out professionally, and
w.dl gladly respond to all calls
Office under that of Montgomery
& Croell. Respectfully,
ff J. E. Smoot. M. ii.
It is undeTstood that Mr.
Holland will waie examination
when proceedings are commenced.
Up to last night the shortage was
The bank is perfectly safe.
Messrs Geo. E Wilsoi and Bur-
well, Walker & Cansler. are reprel
eenting the bank and Hessrs Jone$
and Tillett appear for the ex
cashier. Mr. Holland yesteiday tendered
his resignation as casher, and Mr.
C N G Butt is acting temporarily
in that capacity.-rA, '
Talking about Columbia bicycles, of
course. Lighter than ever, and yet
stronger. Better methods of mak
ing, better material, if possible. If
you want to know how wonderfully
bicycle manufacture has advanced,
come and examine the new models cf
Now on exhibition. You need the new Colum
bia Catalogue, for its beauty and for the infor
mation it gives. Free if you calL
G. L PATTERSON, AGENT,
CONCORD, N. C. f
Mansion House Laundry.
I am the Concord repeuh'-'v-'
of the Mansion'House Steam Laun
dry, of Greeuville. S.C. If yr.;
j think of wearing nicely doue-np
collors, cufTn and shirts, , come
me and find out cost.
You will be paid f)r aB u -t::'-i
torn or lost. You can lenvo ycui
bundles at the Furniture Stcrf,
whether I am'presant or not. It will
receive prorrot attention.
I send basket on Tuesday and it
returns Saturday morning.
Come around and seejme
mh!3 3m J. X Bell
liucKleu'ti Aruu-n iSHive,
The B:3t Salve in tie worhrl f,;:
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, S.;'t
Rheum, Fever Sore3, Tetter.C '-pred
Hands, Chilblains, Corns ' a!!
Skin Eruptions, and positively 'iree
Piles or no pay required. Jv A
guaranteed to give satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents ;;r
box. For sale at P. B. Fetzer's Drug