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CONCORD, IT. 0, TUESDAY, MAY
I H 15 ELECTION MONDAY,
",Ksi!K :jto,i-o or::)Ai(iol(
to IKi;iM-rfE- Xo,niu iM Wards
i aim Kt's-fiblicaiis in Ward I.
MouJuy is? in-ieed a quiet day in
Concord ftf fta election. Thetewas
opposition, tiiertfore not
BEATEN INTO MADNESS.
la rrtun. C:orv; fray
She sa; id th colored wihig
room at tie depot yesterday. She
ove.I nenoaaly, her head swnved
iTo;.a side l.o ride, icstlostlj like a
'. l Vil 9
l& l . 'ft fijtf f t I
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limeaerjihiag except in Ward l' ' r!!5g "e,t2ln7
! - "Mch elects Uepablicaas J M "JS-1 "JJ in the
itvcf 11 over D 3 MorriL, "Lt .!B lkm' ""y row und
. . . . T'.P
HOKr: ciECiiE" i SEM,-;" EL '.
lio t:t:. Tk . ... . v -.ii-g ;v, , y
iT 2! Wire i-.sid u.
The no'ed c-3e of Hoke trecres who
wife iiglu.cn je;.;3
ago in ILake cou-
- ; k-..i- - to ' Jrup a nickci in
' .'ct; c is v it: v,."
. . ' ?r, .1 novelist dream that hij
:r. ' N f V.w rf.!vrs of it;i$ f.irtr
T' ' t a". ir.t!..o':t rr:an in the
r,,. . rcc ; .i : o t!i v alue- of an
s ' "- -'.re- lyn many tfrrs to
. . .k : :h: ha? eiiher ral.ei to
aiv a-;:a ;e of earl . ; i ortj?ii ties, or
..t v-Juc-tiorn. lns'.itutfirj?
h? -:r .1 ; j'v - :r-- of
L'irj,; r. ? inr? U) 5 rvo'3 to !t
i ".irsi of a rt "o ii
bet W".tT v an education jl
- of th rc:.i:!o of tha
oth rrs. ini r.V-n the5-?
t mi'tf-J tia or.: ho has tricrj
-.J 1 :s JCtuafv rt-. Cut: of 4
v a whole c . ' ' f
t!an ct-r.ta.r.ed within it
' e:r.c! e uf o-r sp"-. o;7dr
i r at o:ve while thiy can
jreat w r! at the introdactory
riv Tn Cent a le.y.
;:t:v-d for col'tc'.in? the"a
-k i cJ-Cat!.n as it t attractive,
wi!' th ir-ajtily enjoy dropping in
da;. w!:ich y-a ha- :n hiTj
'::'.. ' ' earn for Mrrstif. and as
r:- up and he ra!:4.s that this"
;r";-er!y tnir 1 1, willg've h'ni
' s Tea 'a litrarv, he will hiva
''in .:5 min.i rro--t va'uable
'r. Fc-romv frr the saVc of
CHARLOTTE N. C.
1 ' !i!l" Kunior.
i n f)undHt:ori to the
; Mr. James Furr, who
l;i if 4 townghtp, clubbed
r" " untr. L-,tth one Tom Johnston,
r"! ' dout 17 years of age,
""v v-i-; ' -ii-d to him, on last Eri
uy Kii.J to have
: in th.-; .voola Oil Sunday
brought to the city
uig that the body had
-lid his sister. Carolina
v.cut out to the home of
un who dtDied having club-
'Je t but had whinnPfl Viim
" mce that tiune the boy
' :ii t'.e?, in tie Tjeigboihood
and i. ISroTVn, Dmocratf?.
The cihci il vote in the seyeral
vard3 for dill' fent or.didrre were
as follow s :
tuu iA .ucrriRGi!, mayor;
'A' U Ho us t CD, L J) Duval, alder
men ; V: R Odd J, echool cczi-i i.
aioner, all ieceiying an equal vote,
Viaiv EM Morrison, mayor;
E E Eoiery, J C Fink, aldermen ; D
E Coltrane, school commissioner,
123 votes each.
Ward o Demccrats: Morrison,
Cor mayo;, 33 ; for aldermen, John
i rattcisoD, 37; K A Brown, 37.
jJ A Cline, school commissioner, 41.
G W J'atteroon, Itepublican, for
aldeninn, 22 ; John S Hill, Popu
list, for alderman 21 ; R?v. B E
Ward 4 Democrats: Morrison,
?9 ; D B Moirison and M L Brown,
tor aldeiman, 74 each; Dr. I) G
Caldwell, echool commissioner, 86.
Republicans: J M Alexander and
W H Bin me, 85 each; J ale 3 Boger,
for school ccmissioner, 79.
The contest in this ward was close,
and at one time things looked pretty
eerioue, a3 Jake was giying Dr,
Caldwuil a hot oh-jse for school
commissioner and had not Jake's
white Eusionist friends played him
false, he would have been elected.
II euinini'! True to Fusion.
The only three white Populists in
Ward 4 to remain true to Fusion
and thereby vote for Jacob Boger,
colore1, who ran for school com
miseioner, were Treasurer G Ed,
Keistler, Lock Parish and William
Junker. Sheriff Sims, who lives in
Ward 4, had business in the couns
try and was not seen at the rohs
His Cattle Had Hydrophobia
Some time ago the Standard made
mention ot a shepherd dog of Mr.
John Rankin's becoming rabid and
biting hia horses.
Mr. Rankin, acccmpanied by his
father-in-law, Dr. L W McCorkle,
of Mocresvill?, were in the city to
day, (Tuesday) who tells of two
steers of Mr. Rankin's that died this
morning, falling instantly and dy
ing at the sight of water. Seyen of
Mr. Rankin's cattle were bitten, be
sides two horses.
It was a clear and evident case of
hydrophobia, says Dr McCorkle.
"i 113 WnM shnr . ft lr.u hnrril
, - j uwAAi.V4.
cry that drcye the ether occupants
fro-ri he rcrr, Then she wo-ld
otri' .e, aci' te unitec strength cf
(hne Era7-ny iiegrpjnien was scarcely
sufiicient to hold her down.
Eut who wa3 she? Simply a
ci.y uf&i 'oi ;.jii on her way to
the Goldesboro insane asylum. She
was mad, but what of that ? Such
cases are often seen. But a day
or 80 ago she was a useful, clear-
ruled, hard'yc:kin woman, and
now all 13 b'an'i with her.
Some days ao this paper refer
red to a particularly brutal piece of
that all too frequent crime, wife
beating, Syfrester Ereemau tiea his
wife to her bed and then when she
helpless struc: her lepeated, cruJ
blo.vs on the aead. His weapon was
a heavy liht wood knot and that
made his oiijnce, :;,isault with a j
The wife-boiticg or clubbing oc
curred here. Sylvester got wind of
the fact that ais crioje was a serisus
one and fEd. His wife, Lula Free
mac, dazed and "out of her head"
with deliriun w?.i taken to the
heme of her brother at Forestville.
Soon her hus)and turned up there.
He was arrested and tried and sent
here to jail, He is in jail now,
But hi3 wifd for the crazed wo
men was Lata Freeman, is row m
the insane asybm, a prisoner per
haps for life p.vl through no fault
The law wil no doubt settle with
the husband, vhose brutal conduct
has placed his colored wife in an in
sane asylum, robbed of her reason
and condemnec to a life cf lonely
8uiTermg, straoge hallucinations
and then deato. Raleigh News &
she thinks the rumor
Nidation, as the one who
"d, denied haying said
IJV I' i 1)1 UAttUlL'U
; A ."!,,.!',:.7rt Ho-(' March Oth, 1892,
-r.r j-trufet is recorded in the
r untv' "?,sler of Deeda for Cabar
U:,3 ; m litcoid of JMortgero No
: -r.. j-V'Usi, I will sell at public
' : 'aC . ta, 1' at the Court House
; v n?u N . (J., on the 3rd day of
v ' ; , i( res and bl square poles
" v., hh 1 H:nit of Mt. Pleasant,
:-di .. 1 VSli' be sold to satisfy said
Pretty Bad Ttieolosy.
Rev. Chas. Blair, a partial preach
er, cook and painter, and a promK
nent negroTn Concordjet his feelings
run away with him on the chain
He made the assertion openly that
he would be one of several that
would hang Manager Earnhardt of
the chain gang.
That is not very nice talk for one
who pretends to be a teacher of the
Word and an example in matters that
are good. There are not many
like Charlie among us.
Jlanaer I5arniarlt Retained.
The corrimisnoners were in session
all day today (Tuesdav) investigating
the charges agiinst manager Barn
hard!" It was decided that they -retain
the serviciS of Mr. Barnhardt
Mr. D E Parish presented applica
tion to the brrd for the position ot
superintendent in case they decided
to dispense vith Mr. Barnhardt's
services. His bid was $1.00 per
day, twentyfive cents less than the
Several applications for positions
as guards were presented, but the
Board decided to retain all of the
called this mornm-. Counsel fcr
thcStr.to J dt fence uuccuoed thu,
they had agreed upju a eotiomi
verdict of nianbhugLU, The ja.y
vras ai;coiUin!y n.j' i ;cir ; to rtn-
an eucn a vn :v.,
at once senicncta U 0
iilSlOMY OF llib CKI.MK.
On Monday, March 5, 1877 He ke
Secrest married his wife at Newton,
End Tuesday night she and her little
'four-year-old daughter were killed
and burird one foot in the ground
near the roadside. She was a bride
one day and the eccod night v.az
Ee Lai been U ice pronounced a
lunatic and has twice escaped from
the asylum and lied to South
Carolina where he sold one
farm and subsequently bought
and now owns a nice farm
ti Cainpebailo, Spananbun: county,
o. Kjvjui'd Say lao ia o, oatip,
shrevvd rascal; others allege he is in
sane. Hi3 able counsel, Mes3ra D A
Covington. Justice & J us Ex-, ar.7
Judge W A Montgomery ehiu.e.i E;
rr . .
I am bade
corner, ireiar( tl to . -U - m
my old friends and tc inV.
new ones. I kc
i' Aitii aii
Ud)n t . A t
al;iys at tle lowest prietjn
was insane and ought no : bo hanged; kpz.
the Solicitor and Attorurr Redvine
W ill iri'M't flit;; at a i
I can buy iz chco ; a
I 4h wE A (1 TT n Tl I 1 1 n ! i r , f , .
of Monroe, were prepared to offer 01 u V lil u r: 1
larmers wants, can
strong evidence to prove his in
The bones of the murdered wo
man and child with the fragments
of their clothing and ether evideeiccs
of the awful crime which h?.ve been
in the pessession of the Clerk of the
Court of McDoweli county for near
ly 20 years, had been brought here
to the Clerk of the Superior Court
for use in the trial.
One Thins; nosietted.
As is customary, it was expected
"the boys" would be out Monday
: vo:i -
produce. Will txoliii Tig
goods for all kinds of country
produce at cash prices. Call
to see me.
A T T .CAV
.TS :iusi in Holism I.iiii2iilry.
I am the Concord reposentati
of the Mansion'Houe;: Stee,;a Lrtur
dry, of Grceuville. S.C. If yv
think of wearing nicely doneun
collor?, cufta and shirts, eomo f,:o
me and find out cost.
You will be paid for all artieE:
torn or lost. You can Iravo your
night "regulating' Some very bundles at the Furniture Sto-r
fnnny things took place and cjme
annoying things, Bridges were
whether I am pxesn: or not, It will
receive prompt attention.
I send basket oil' "Tuesday had it
I returns Saturday mom i no.
Ii'liod--IIorNe and ffagou.
This (Tuesday) morning the hors3
used to the dray wagon for G W Pat
terson's wholesale Tiouse backed off
a bridge in the rear of the store, The
ditch is about 12 feet deep. Wagon
and horse both went down, the driver
escaping. Fortunately neither horse
nor wagen was hurt, though the
horse had to be taken out by means
A match has been made from
' odes i ..-'rJ&in " XOw medical
turned r s;de do a n, gates removed,
v, . t uome arounri ana see mc.
were on the streets in great num- mh!3 3m J.
It is to be regretted thai the
millinery sign of Miss Mary Brachen
was broken. The ones who did this
mi'an act know it, and if they
would do what is right they wculd
have the siga replaced before the
authorities find them out when they
will be made pay double the cost.
More than one hundred callings,
professions and occupations are open
to women of the present day.
Four Hi'fS Kueresses.
Having the needed merit to more
than make good allthe advertising
claimed for them, ; the following
four remedies have reached a phe
nomenal sale: Dr. Kings New Dis
covery, for consumption, coughs and
colds, each bottle guaranteed Elec
tric Bitters, the great remedy for
liver, stomach and kidneys, Buck
len't Arnica Salve, the best in the
world, and Dr. King's New Life
Pills, which are a perfect pll. All
these remedies are guaranteed to do
just what is claimed for them and
the dealer whose name is attached
herewith will be glad to tell you
more of tbera. Sold at Fetzer's
Talking about Columbia. Vcyde?, cf
course. Lighter than evr and yet
stronger. Better methods of mak
ing, better material, if possible. I.
you want to know how wonderful".
bicycls manufacture has advance-',
come and examine the new models c?
New 00 exhibition. You ned the r"V Co.:m
bia Catalogue, for its beautyi.nc for the intur
tnation it gives. Tree if yea call
G. L PATTERSON"; AGENT,
CONCORD, N. C.
Euelilen's Arnica Naive,
The Best Sake in tke worE! fc
Cuts, Bruis!s, Sores, Ulccis, Sslt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter,Chappeu
Hands, Chilblains, Corns are!
Skin Eruptions, and positively cure-
Piles or no pay required. It id
guaranteed tr give satief action o:
raorev r" funded. Price 25 o. nt-2 r.
r sale P. R, Fehrr'? Dt
lender be? r'O,C0C