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contains About 7,000 arrrs Mnd I-
V hat change in Albemarle !
the tract; that a GertrMn Ooi;-ru, cf
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mere is not a town in the 8t.:fp -
vir Or !
that has? jrvul snoVi ,.;., i ,. v.,i,v-. n.:.. .i ...
The number of new houses in three ! in, the fall- The property is between I
f-anlr 1 ears 15 ?ur"prisiugly birgc. Tin ! Alber.rle ri
eitb :-r side of the rai r. id.
I he STAXD.viiD cosh! iill t.h:a !
ag u iv 1 ! tnrce large two story brick building
r..,rf.flof Messrs Her-rne -md Pemberton !
yr, I Auu ine twC uilt by Dr. King are'vhoie issue about Albemarle and its
, , v I not only substantial but handfomp ckyer r,eon!,-, but it is not rrMCc-
j and would he h credit
! much larger.
St-uilv h. t court h
We L.'i'"M ; few riub--:enb
l 'i III M
; boo;, fu ii of
be mi be;. i.o mi
intitn.itK ! 1 1 : .-,
Vibcmarle; and ought to hav more
'but we ere always too much intnrst-
commoicivi and convenient j. j sbcr.rera to this maziae
ikes a splendid appearance and is j V?" v: -r"' until :
a Ci-edit to th-county. Stanly hns ! rt-aca
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jik.i. lu;; betiu OlJe 111 'lie 'ite ' "'i;if ?;
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r-gres3 are more j v,u6 tultit, down. They have a little
: ':'ly tiian in Cabarrus j cnlauoose aow for a jail it is large
- " ';a not unkitui enough to hold a counter
" j that Staulv Lad ! eiier and an unii miter.
Uoiiiiiieiicoine l.t, bunab- Coiieg
OxtoSrd, X. 0. Tickets on ?a?e
Mav ' t2fi to 2S. mci-.i'r Ksrvii
limit May 31, 1805. Continuoasl
ke rapid chaii-e. ; The business houses are all lnjpa3gein each direction. Ve f-r
p to a few years ood shape and can meet, the i ; ':i)Ui:r lr:p'r5-;-
Oentennial Celebration Utdvtr.itv
'"' c-r of things j -i-tose people ; Billy Swink has never
. cl.e t:,.-iah with married and they say he doesn't try
t. . r'
nr (-ut jrom tDej aires or most, any customer. Our
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in "a us ot slow i v name i.ry is unite popular
vs her opportunity; I hard, luttle Bros' have a nic
: '-a it and uuv.te it j "Oailie,"
)r and a creuit to j been ni the store much for a
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i! or peoph fecme j ny perieotii: his house-keeping
j--a3p opportunities, i -iTani;ements, We can't attempt to
iu:.ke b-:- ; :u: th-n ' -r:ik of all those whom we know,
j time and space pi event.
nT.ol to be:;- th: ? Albemarle has lost its best in
v settled." The jft. I stitution it has lost that upon
which it could jus'ily pride itself in
Albemarle rov :! U
continued etreet former years. Their -academy i
CiOSe tcre;nei. There
important features about
n the people are not
ok in the woods, under a
unie spring branch, but
fut on the public high
: Lguics they have built
'J good ones, large num
bnom painted. And :n o
t:;eyare brought close to
I the social feature is en-
-wt Blyler'e, or Salem
'i-' the appearand of a
re are a number of new
;hey are mordern in
. Dr. 1) P Whitiy is
and has nice property;
aiii is busy and then there
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mat xia!5 mis sign:
l 'bbiues." We knew it;
'' without the "e" and ail
"-'i seeing our young
friend, K.rv J l)
!'e bad gone to Yadkin
on to Albemarle,
'':.rcd like progress. The
-- kiig, corn is a good
e tton in just coming
name hundreds of boys and young
ladies, who were prepared for life,
in this academy and yet it is closed
now. Is it possible that the good
work of the late Prof Spmks and
his successor, Prof. Biyius, must not
be continued ! There was a success
ful private school, taught by Miss
Maggie Barrier, and she's very
popular with her pupila ; and there
13 in exintence there a school bj
Miss UHord, but this is only primary
work and does not meet the demands
of the town. Albemarle needs, as
in the past, a school for academic
studies and to prepare young men.
and women for college and seminary.
The school of Miss UHord :.b much
appreciated and her work and in
terest in the common good were sub
jects of many complimentary re
marks in the presence of The
Thre are three churches ; Metho
dist, Lutheran and Baptist,
Albemarle has many kiwver
They are clever nie : M - rs,
I ;i d j .ut Li sight cf
see the grave stones of
1 -v w lynched for the
- f.T Burt Tucker, in
' r;eht. Whitley ought
-ied there. Be his life
biidiv; be his deeds in
; 'b y his crime suffi
' bis death, there is no
l'"n:g hia remains to lie
-rub on which unlawful
bis neck. Is there not
1 be 3 that his resting
elsewhere than at
road, under the tree
;on and where high
1 ''u creek submerges it ?
:'5i-rved death, there " is no
vt h..; deserved death the
'" r reived it, the law says,
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i M:.ris -,n saie Jun- 1 to ,V iru-i::?;-.
Final litnir, ,ru;.e 10, IS:'5,
tiuu ju i p:tssage in each duertb;.;,
i'are for round trip $1.70.
Couf-.-ivnce '.VL man'.-j oreit:n Mis
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ciouuiy oucieiv oi ai Yi. 'jnnrcu
south. Favelvine, N. C. Tickets
on sale to Greensboro or'ISelma, N.
C, May 23 and 24th. Limit May
29th ! Siio. Fare far room: trip to
Greensboro, $3.05 to Salem 7. GO.
Annual Commencement S.vem
Female Academy Ubnston-Sab m.N. i
J .cKcl6 on b;4ic -'b-.y w tiid 27th
inclusive limit -June 3.d LSO). Fare
for round trip 375.
' Commencement State Normal and
Industrial School Greensboro, N. C.
Tickers on sale May 20 to 23rd inst.
Limit May 25th J.695. Fare for
round trip $2.90.
Annual Commencement Trinity
College Durham IT. C. Tickets on
sale June 1 to 1th, inclusive limit j
June oth. Fare for round trip $1.70
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lmprov-j Ch5'jtauc;.'a Kinderrartri
Duwir.j' H' drJ and Writ. L' .-CK,
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COME AN 1) SKK
MS n IS
Kobort Tyler Jones Dead.
Washington, May IS Kobert
Tyler Jones, a grand son of Presi
dent Tyler, and one who poses sed
th" unique ''"inction :f being the
only male child iver born in the
White House, died m lodgings at
1,420 Borcoran street this morning8
lie was a student at the University Kf
of Virginia when the civil war
broke ouc and at once entered the:
Confederate service. In the battle ;
of Gettvabuer he was ore rf ---o
,r nsr a m .vrrr:. f : ..e u
lb-: 'Aie .-hen tbe ft rri Lie baree
:. :e -n Cemetery Jiidg-. Ib-
carried tbe Iteg up the fatal slope
and twice was struck, once in the
hand and once in the 3rrn, fah
the stone wall which proved eo fatal
a ?crA 'u.-;:;y brave men. Arm
ielc-d lH'aseil Se..ed the 11 f :om
r r-"--?vr onieius ana earn'a
fell, mortally wounded.
Jerome, Brown, Crowell. and :
berton & 'Austin.
The Stanly Enterprise is run by
Lawyer Crowell ; we went to see
him ; but anticipating our coming,
or for business or for something els,
our brother editor did A tC: S:
nis orutm'i lie ---j" " ; n
don, and we hope he a: ewarded
by new subscribers ad ;' .u a.
Tom Johnson, as he is familiarly
called, is running a hrery stable.
He keeps splendid turnouts and
We were shown the manuscript of
a novel by an Albemarle gentle
man. We are not at liberty to men
tion the title nor the author, but
arrangements are making to have it
printed at an early day. It will make
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a book about halt the size or me
Lawyer Jerome nas !De ou..ue Come around and seef ne.
m,in nf fhe nrorerty on wnicn ' nis mhl3 3m J. N.P.fi.l'
i mini wv.tm MHW.IH mw ll.)lll.ni 'i no: lmwmm . tfM
j J ' ' " cn;nr that
V, H Sir t : V (Ml
Lrt a cir-
.Tlaiiioti House Lniuidrj .
' I amtLe Concord repesentulive
of the Mansion House Steam Laun-
think of wearing ? ':1y '" "-r.p j
collcrs, cu'f nJ s-.-iits, v .;.. s. e
me and iinb : it (
You will b pai.1 . for nl p.rt.icUrs
orn or lost. You ean 1:& . . j our
bundles, at the Furniture Store,
whether I am presant or not, It will
receive prompt attention.
I send basket off Tuesday and it
returns Saturday morning.
Folded for Shlpp'oo
or pcKing gway..
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