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CONCORD, N. C, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, IS
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1,-iiifH(lnr'rs Jloet nml It is V'ry
!.i !-?- mi Alflitlonnl JMill Will He
Iluilt at C.nmonville.
So it goes.
Tiufactviring mttubtd increase
Now that contracts are out for the
-rectioD of two new mills, one for
the Odell Monufacturing Company
and o.je for Messrs J M and W R
show that Concord's future
will certainly be one of the largest
manufacturing centres in the South.
And yet, that is not all.
There is a probability that the
Cannon Manufacturing Company
nsay increase their plant at an early
lay, and the rumor is fonndcd on
irtty good authority. If the ad
dition materializes, it will amount to
m increase of about 5,000 spindles
md 125 looms, which will give em
ployment to several hundred opera
tive3, and will necessitate the con
struction of about twenty or mere
The addition will be buir, it is un-
od, on the present site of the
Cannon Manufacturing Company.
Verily, the progress of Concord is
!.'0t behind a vile. We will yet
v :ast of a city.
" V-n Baby was sick, tt gave her Castoria.
en she -was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
Whoa she became Miss, she clung to Castorla.
Wv-u she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
- a (food One,
ne liogera Comedy Company won
'ae admiration of the whole town
night in their production of "A
' p for Life." Miss Winna Rogers,
Mr, and Mrs. O'Connor, are great
'-vorites m their specialites. Mrf
'Connor is a- good comedian, and
NVill undoubtedly make vou laugh,
tonight Mack's Sweetheart" will
Those wLo attend these evening
"atertainraenis are highly pleased
?id greatly appreciate the efforts of
splendid company. The cost is
5!- re trill e, the price of admission
-g so low that everybody can go.
'!,"'len'K Arnica Satve,
the Best Salve in tke world for
(-uta, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
J'aeum, Fever Sores, Tetterd,Chappe
Hinds, Chilblains, Corns and all
'-n .Eruptions, and positively cures
pes or no pay required. It is
?saranteed to give satisfaction or
Jney refunded. Price 25 cents per
Ui- sale at i b, Fetzer's Drug
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The Disposition or the 4uilt.
Mr. Editor: The Ladies' Aid
Society of St. Janjps Lutheran
church made rn autograph' silk
quilt. For a month it has been a
problem with them to know how to
dispose of it with the least friction
and avoid gambling. They thought
they had adopted a plan, which
promised to be almost entirely free
from objectionable points.
Since nutting the tickets fcr our'
Lawn Party on sale, it has been
made known to 113, through peyeral
or more sources, that a clerical gen
tleman of the county is very much
exercised over the matter and pro
tests vigorously, frequently and con
stantly Hgainst the plan adopted by
the ladies. Tne gentleman's per
severance and constant watchfulness
of matters in general are such that,
to avoid putting us in a false light
by his promiscuous advocacy of his
imagined case, it is necessary to
make a statement.
There is no gambling in the plan.
! Articles have been voted off and
bad feelings have been engendered.
Tickets have been sold right out for
articles and voting has been resorted
to to dispose of articles, and yet we
have not heard a vigorous, public
protest from any one. We are sell
ing tickets for ice cream. Every
one that buys a ticket will get a
plafe of ice cream yalue received,
so far as i3 usually received at Lawn
Parties, These tickets are num
bered who ever gets the ticket cor?
responding to tho' number in the
envelop, gets the quilt. He gets it
not for his ten cents, for that paid
for the cream. The quilt is really
and truly given away. Not one
cent is expected to be realized on it.
further than what was realized on
This is the means only of dispos
ing of it, and is the plan that pre
sented the fewest objections. In the
light of past experiences, the ladies
have usually realized $40 at their
Lawn parties, and for this reason
they have put on sale 400 tickets at
10 cents. They intend to give just
as full measure of and as nicely
flavored cream as in the past.
It is true a person may go out of
his own beat, into other people's ter
ritory, split hairs and see objection
able feateres about something. We
saw them, and thej would have been
avoided had it been possible ; but
the illumination of the objections to
our plan did not begin until too
late. You cau get the appearance
of gambling about many things, if
you strain' hard enough. If the
clerica1 gentleman analyzes as closely
the business of life and lire insur
ance he might find just as much
risk, chance (gambling) etc. as can
be found in this plan we have adopt
ed. And then you don't get ice
cream in it and rou have to pay more
than ten cents for the fun of the
risk and chance.
It is, indeed, a pource of much re
gret to us, after studying a long
time for a plan, free of objections,
etc., to be met right on the home
stretch by one, conspicuous in right
ing wrongs and loud and nnmefous
in his protests.
One of the Ladies.
I will sell the following articles
belonging to the town of Concord,
to wit: One Mule, Town Carts and
harness, Plow and one Champion
Road Machine. Any person desnv
ing to buy any of the above articles
coll on me at once. By order of
Board L. M. MORRISON,
June 11th, 1895. Mayor.
SEVEN YEARS IN ALBAN Y
II!ht?M!'s St Mlcnff H";s ."-SerelCtii on
AccotiHt of 31alat3ies V. I;:o!t '.: ht
Shorten Ills Days.
James R Tolland, ex-cashier of
the Merchants' and Farmers' Na
tional tfarV. of Charlotte was
Thursday arraigned- in the Federal
Court. He submitted to the indict
ment of einlez;rement and was ?ei s
tenced to eeven years in Albany
penitentiary without hard laboi.
Messrs Jones and Tillect, his
counsel, mide eloquent appeals for
mercy, and District Attorney R B
Glenn niad the speech of his lio.
The yerdict of the court is as the
Holland bore up brayely under
the scatching denunciations oi" the
district i-ttorLe?. He will be taken
to Albany the Grst of next week.
He was not given the full limi of
the law from the fact that Dr. Joe
Graham testified that he was affected
with a dangerous malady and that
such a term of confinement would,
in all probability, cause the prison
Kiti!itM of. the niecabee
The State Commander writes us
from Lincoln, Neb,, as follows: "Af
ter trying other medicines for what
seemed to be a yery obstinate cough
in onr twe children we tried Or
K:ing's New Discovery und at the
end of two day3 the cough entirely
left them. We will noc be withrut
it' hereafter, ag our expeeience proves
that it cures where all other reme
dies fail" Signed F W Stevens,
Stnte Com Why not giye this
great medicine a trial, as it is
guaranteed and trial bottles are free
at Fever's -Drug Store. Regular
size 50c. and $1.00.
On the gro Contiimally.
Chief of Police Boger and his as
sistant Fisher now haye more to do
than two men can welT attond to,
although appearances would not in
dicate such. One of'them is requir
ed to report at the depot at the ar
rival of all night passenger trains,
while the town is to be looked after
by the other one. This extra duty
imposed upon them will keep them
continually, on the go. But then
the Sou hern ha? to have a watch
man and the town must furnish one.
It would be an easy matter for ''the
boys," for instance, to "take the
town" while one is at Forest Hill
and the other at the depot. It's too
much work for t?o men.
For Over Firty iears.
Mrs. Winslow's Sootlrng Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers'.for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It so thes the child," softens the
gums, allays all pain,- cures wind
colic, and is the1 best remedy for
Diarrhoea; It'- will relieve the poor
little sufferer i'm mediately. Sold by
Druggists in every part of the
world. Twenty-fife cents a bottle
Be 8iire and ask for M rs. Wibslow's
Soobiifg Syfnp," atid take no other
Be it ordained by the Commit
sibners of the Town of Concord,
N. C. :
That a, y one who shall commit a
nuisance on either4 the white or
colored graded school grounds, or
who shall throve a nock or ball oii
said- grounds,: Shall- bo guilty of a
misdemeanor, and upoa conviction
shall be fined Ten Dollars or iin
prisoned loi Ten i)ays:
Provided: Tbi& ordinance shall
noi prohibit playing ball by the
pupils, of said- school durinsrthd
school term. This-ordinance shall
be in effect an smd after June 12 k
1895. By order of Board.
J. L. HARTSELL
This June 11, 1895. Cleik.
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Improved Chautauqua Kinder:.
Drawing Beard and Waiting De
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