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G. L. Patterson,
COLUMBIA, HARTFORD AND
S E M IN A R Y
A Flouris ninp School for Young
Omiiner tal Branches Receive
REV. C. L. T. FISHER, A. M
MOUNT PL ASANT.N. 0
Conoord, N. C.
J. M. Odell,
D, B. Cci v aisP,
L. D. Colt Ji a XL,
M ATE XEWN.
Gaatonia and Lenoir haye disooy-
ered the presence of counterfeiters.
A $300,000 cotton mill is to be
built at Maydon, Rockingham
The N. C. Press Association meets
in Greensboro on the 17th.
Mr. William O Creasy, father of
Rev. Dr. W. S; Creasy, pastor of
Tryon Street M E church, of Char
lotte, died cf paralysis Wednesday
Rev. Ur. J. Henry Smith received
a cablegram Sunday raorniog from
Glasgow announcing the safe arrival
of hw three sons, after a pleasant
voyage. Greensboro Record.
Col. S. J. Pemberton. who has
been m this county instructing
storekeepers and augers, has gone
to Ashe county. Our people are
well pleased with him. Wilkesboro
A negro man fell head fore
most into a well in East Greensboro
Sunday morning. He was stooping
over the well fishing for a bucket,
when he lost his balance and fell in.
He, however, succeeded in climbing
out and found that he had received
very little damage as the result of
his head-long leap Greensboro
J. M. Odell, J). F. Caxxon
Elam Kino, J. W. Canntoh
W R. Odell, W. It. Lilly,
1). B, COLTRAXE.
"Whs f Ua Wl'O
Comprises the University, the
College, the Law and Medical
Schools, and the.
for teachers. Tuition $60.; 35
teachers, 471 students. Ad
dress President Winston,
Chapel Hill, N C. for Cata
logue and handbook on "UNI
For men, women or boys at prices ranging
from $ 15 to $80. We ship from factory subject
to approval and are the only manufactur
es gelling direct to ComonnM. We have
no Agenti. VV e offer greater value in our
Oxford Gladiator wheels at 36Qto $SO than
other manufacturers with prices from tlOO
to $150. Every wheel folly warranted.
Don't pay local dealers a profit of Fifty
percent. Cut this out and write to-day for
our handsome catalogue. Address,
OXFORD MFG. CO....,
Be it ordained by the Commis
sioners of the Town of Concord,
That ai y one who shall commit a
nuisance on either the white or
colored graded school grounds, or
who shall throw a rock or ball on
said grounds, shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor, and upon conviction
shall be fined Ten Dollars or ims
nriKnned foi Ten Days.
Provided: This ordinance fahal
nor. nrohibit nlavine ball by the
pupils of said schools during the
school term, lnis ordinance snai
be in effect on and after June 12
1895. By order of Board.
J. L. HARTSELL.
This June 11, 1895. Clerk.
COST MARKS GONE GLIMEMRING.
Adjourned Meeting at Morcnton
Tlie Walrtenslftn tliurcli Received
Concord Presbytery met ia spe
cial session in Morganton churoh on
theOthmst. There were present
Revs. J Rumple, D. D., W A Wood,
D. D., J M Ross, D. D., C A Eunroe,
J A Ramsay and W R McLelland,
and Ruling Elders J G Hall, Hick
ory; W G Watson, Salisbury, and G
H Moran, of Morganton church.
Key. B Soulier, of the Waldensian
Church, was received into the mem
bership ot the Presbytery and his
A 'petition from the Waldensian
church at Valdese was presented,
signed by the pastor and the three
elders and 36 heads ot families of
that church, asking this Piesbytery
to receiye this church under its care.
The petition was considered and the
church was cordially received by
the Presbytery and enrolled among
its churches under the name of the
"Waldensian church at Valdese."
The Presbytery extended the right
of fellowship to Mr. Soulier, after
which it adjourned with prajer by
HE WAS IX CHARLOTTE.
Tlie Slin Who Sent the Infernal Ma
chine by Mail Kemenberert Here.
In the Observer's press dispatches
Tuesday was the news of a Mrs.
Mattie Chambers, a widow who lives
at Centralia, Wash., who had re
ceived an infernal machine, contain
ing dynamite, through the mails. It
is claimed that it was sent her by
Rey. B. F, Fuller, a rejected suitor,
who is now in Raleigh, The post
master saw brown paper sticking out
of the end of the box and pried the
lid off without igniting the match,
thus saving the woman's life.
The same man has recently been
ia Cnarlotte. He boarded on West
Fourth street. His name corre
sponds with that ia the dispatch,
and while here he was always talk
ing of Centralia, and of a widow
who had rejected him. He paid
several ladies of the city attention.
There seems to be no doubt about
his being the Rev. Fuller, whom
the press dispatch names. Char
Come, let's reason together about yalues. It will
pay you. A? everyone in our town, and miles in the
country, knows, the downnpourj of Jast Tuesday
"caught U8f without a cover oviar pur heads. We sus
tained quite a damage. Bui what ot "that. We are
able to stand it, 'and if you need anything in the
. Puriiiture line it will be money to you. Until
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gooas are au j soia :w.e are going iq ma&e prices jnai
will astonish' the iiatiye; Say, do you need a Re.
fy!giafori the, oriljr' cleanable, and the ;
Freezing 6 'Guiney on the njarket. See it before
you buy. Shipments will' be in this week,
I Yours to please,
CannoxiSj ? Fetzer & Bell.
Nnre JLItIhrt Yet.
The Wilksboro Chronicle says
this: Dr. Tyre York was in the city
Monday, in the interest of his peos
pie in having the increased assess
ments of his TBectioD, released.
While here he paid the special lib
censeitax imposed by the recent fus
ion Legislature. He was the first
doctor in the county to pay the
license tax an example the others
should follow, it they wish to avoid
wd the Home in Unix en.
; An interesting and unique little
pquabble between two colored f ami
lies is. reported from Raleigh. Lewis
Hinton and James Johnson owned
a house ivhatly; their families lived
in different encja off the house. The
wives of the two men were contin
ually fussing, bo that they were al
most on the verge of fighting. 1 here
was no peace with; them. To settle
the difficulty the men, Hinton and
uonnson, sawed tne nouse mnaiTes.
The lort was divided off in equal pro
portion if and one half of the house
was put dii bne lot and the" other
half on "the other lot. A fence di
vides therriarifl: there is once ' more
peabein'the'jQhnson and Hinton
The cdurJt house' porchfnd lawn
naf e bec6Me ar rendezvous for" the
imalt 'ifgt'b chilctren of the town
lateln the eTeninsrs. It is a ni
PjMfround, indeed. . lHui k
.b 'STAtb' ifated lHhli
MeMi V Rafter 'ahcf;ter
7!SSf . open-out a jrrocery
store. i ; fjt should hayei bfeu C. F
Walter and D, L. Parish, '
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harniK& substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing- Syrups, and tor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years -a by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms an ;ys
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Pauacea the Mother's Friend.
Castoria Is an excellent median for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effeet upon their children."
Dr. G. C Osgood,
4 Iyowell, Mass.
" Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the
real interest of their children, and use Castcria
Instead of the various quack nostrums which
are destroying their loved ones, by forcing
opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other
hurtful agents down their throats, thereby
fending them to premature graves."
Dr. J. F. Kincheloe,
" Castoria is so well adapted to children thai
I recomiuend it as superior to any prescription
known to me."
H. A. Archer, M. D.t
in So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won uj to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital and Dispfnsary,
Allen C. Smith,
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SUMMER DRESS GOODS
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Lawns worth 12 cents now at 8 1-3 per yard. Lawns worth
6 cents now at jnst half price, j .yL f
worth 15 cents to go for 8 13 ctsjper yard. ,
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