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all has been said
anility affairs that
, propriety be said,
hostilities and po
rlings imd agree
';r' old man thinks the
t better shape.as the
1 suggested several
Besides a renova-
lot should be nicely
r-traisrhtend up and
made a place of
uld look upon with
and should look as
n ice as my new
i ,:tt old, dilapidated
lulling here and there,
w as it does stru
county is not apace
viid that ttiere is a
r?t and appreciation
:il it hurts him no lit-
:i it now and see
; so carelessly.
CONCORD, N. C., TUESDAY, JUNE
AT MT. PLEASANT.
1 ' I.un.u hum and AuaiKnt Vonh
Carolina College .Monaa,v-1Mir tor
respondent a CJever One.
iur. i leasakt, June 1 On
About 11 o'clock this (Tuesday)
morn i no-1 hp 1
nif- T . r FUIUun 01 lQe .Monday at 10;:30 a. m. the contest
city was wild with excitement caused for the declaimed medal was held
by a runaway horse, carrying with the following being the contestants :
him at a break neck speed, a pair of Edward Ritchie, Govern, X. C,
Mr . W R Hams, bookeeper for the Me-icham, Tyro Shops ; J W Pea-
ii itiiLeraon cocton mills drcye
his horse to the depot and started
him back - in charge of a small
cock, Salisbury; U F Giles, Mt.
Pleasant; Edward Fulenwider, Mou-
TOe. The dprRmAtirmsi
cobredboy. The horse became fret J delivered, but the committee, after
tul0n the grade this aide the depot, having considered all the points in
whereupon the negro dropped the each, concluded than J W Peacock
line and leaped from the buggy, was entitled to the medal and ren
iHe uorse CDe'i started at a livelier ' dered their (Wisi nnrmvi;!-
At night the members of the
Junior class, viz: II E Barrier, Mt,
parts of the city at a terrifying
it speed. lie came very near running
into one conveyance in which was a
lady, when hair stood fairly straight
nuisance has started 011 tne onlookers heads. Fortunately
1 mean them blamed
. ilrons young Ameri
.. them blasted drums
t night onrt disturb
,., cful slumbers. It was
:r . r t of mv lift1 to m;ikp
:t U lieve they wereUream
were awakned by the
r und when the young
ii i i i
.(. uy my residence,
rd of the wicked availeth
a K-.son, and, therefore,
hive been in vain. But
. ' t i c Li I. lit0 ti LUi U d Li VL
tiwntd it, and just to
. I will drive in myself
v. o:e, and dream of the
ripe and the boy 3 are
c iui.il iyvun.uij.'mi.
inta " K OIL NT Ell
e our friend Korner will
are with us for having
i. it: LiJio wee a. HC JUJiau
'e-vinjr is summary of
f r t- fnr flip month of
-ry -d by Prof. II T J
t. Pleasant, this county:
heat temperature during
'.v on the 31st, which
r- .-3, and on the irth the
't-rature, 30 degrees, was
A verage temperature 04. G
warmest day, 31st,
' s: total rainfall 2.13
st rainfall, 11th, ,80
f '! cn 12 day?: light
i ir, and 23."
v3rd wras limited
! :nur creeks. Thunder
1 on 0, 10, 11, 10,
!;'t,eral direction of
s ! a K ii 1 Tin i-3 t t
t , re-hall Richard P Kiog,
mk- city for several days,
rht took with him to
nhn Carter, the man
)etl last winter tor
no one was hurt.
Monday' Lovios hy CoiMiiii.siuiirs
At the joint meeting of corns
missioners ard magistrates Monday,
the following rate of taxation was
fixed upon :
State property tax . .21?
State pension : 3
State school 18
gait, striking the buggy against a
light pole, where it was left. The
nno uv in in r mp norinfr oil r uooont ( ' . i y r 1
j n ( vtottau, x, . . , i. i arKer,
Li.e iun Tonimseli, as he went in all Greensboro: U p Nifon. Wmstnn
C E Boger, Flows ; J W Welsh,
Longsville, Q. C., delivered their
orations, contesting for the orator's
The orations were wc-Ji composed,
and the delivery ws excelluut. The
committee had no easy task before
them, but after due consideratiou
decided that II E Barrier was ens
titled to the medal, with O E Boger
1 he awards in each contest met
the approval of the audience, so far
as your correspondent has heard.
The "attendance on Monday's exer
cises was large. Among the visitors
from other States already mentioned
is Rey. Earnest McCauley, of Salem,
Virginia. Concord, Salisbuay, L x
ington and Monroe are well repre
General State poll tax .05
General pension .10
General school. fit
whiskey and tobacco,
- charged with being the
:; ml Mr. Hileman pur-
1 lo-.kade tobacco, where
1 trial next week'. Carter
iong wait behind prison
aa been of considerable
r Hill in more ways
has given less trouble
r.soQer in jail at this
County tax 2N
County school tax 2a
County road tax 13,
County poll tax 04
Countv scboolpoll 7
County road 100II.
on State and countv
property is now SO cents, and the
State and county poll taxis $2.10,
OII Ieo e.
Old people who require medicine
to regulate the bowels and kidneys
will find the true remedy in Flectnc
Bitters, This medicine djes not
stimulate and contains no whiskey
nor other intoxicant, but acts as-a
tonic and alterative. It acts mildy
on the stomach and bowles, adding
strength and giving tone to the
organs, thereby adding nature in
the performance of the functions.
Electric Bitters is an excellent ap
petizer and aids digestion. Old peo
ple find it just exactly what they
need. Price 50c. per bottle at
Fe!z?r's Drug store.
HiK kten s Arnica. a VP,
The Best Salve in tke world for
Cuts, ' Bruise, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, TetterdjOhapre
Hands, Chilblains, Corns ard all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale at P. B. Fetzer's Drug
A Just 'oniIaf lit.
The sanitary officer promised to
come up on our street last night
ard catch n ' 'ff of the sweet odor
that swings arouad lco3e on our cor
ners. It is not so bad on we men
but it is outrageous for cur wives
and children to have to hold their
noses every time the take a seat on
the front piazza. We don't ask the
officer to expose himself to these
dangers, but we do think he ought to
send us a man. Spring Street.
CANNONS &. FETZER'S
lilll 1 a
GIVING THESE THINGS A vrAY WITH
y mm m
rX .:: ! felt
S3 , tt
;y t I Open for uie
Thon Baby was sick, r-e pave her Castoria.
ATlien she was a Child, she eritvl for Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
To li' i( ns !' Concord.
We will visit your premies on our j Wl(?nsll0blH?ameMiss rfl( ciung to Custom.
sanitary dunes, and all sucn uot
found in good sanitary condition,
vv.ll be repoited to the mayor and
wan ants issued for your arrest
Take warning and save cost.
J. L. Boger Policemen.
S. C. Fisher J
May 15, 1895.
I'or Over FiHy Yours.
Mrs. Winelow'a Sooth::ig Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by
.-viniisioii iioum i.auiMiry. ,. millions of mothers for their children
1 am tLe Concord repesentatne ;
of the MansionlHouse Steam Laun- ; while teething, with perfect success,
dry, of Greeuville. S.C. If you : It soothes the child, softens the
fhink of wearing nicely done-up ; gums, allays all pain, cures wind
collors, cuffn and shirts, come see ; coylc an(1 is te Dest remedy for ' I
me and find out cost. ' Diarrhoea It will relieve the poor
: j i f oil orfinlpcj !
You win; oe pam -iui j hnl guff immediately. Sold by I
iraf You can leave your , 1
ornoriust. - Q
P II I I I I J n LI L W - ' I UC.C tutu IU I ' " "
iuo T , . , ; "
i .11 nf
whether I am presant or not, It will , wor(. Twenty- rive cents a bottle !
"itndbaTket off Tuday and it j Be .ore-and ask for -M. Wiaslow's I
i-.na Sataraav muruiu. coooinc ovrnn. anu taiie no oiuer
the present administra- Come around and. see'me. . mw?&w
mh!3 3m J BELL'
1 '. .. . . 1
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R i ft
It Miiiii 1 1
COME AM) SEE
IT lli I t
1 PraA'T bor.rJ anc
And get a cir
cular that will
tell you all
a i - n
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Open for use.
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