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- ; aas, of the Twelfth New
'- 'bdunt.-vrp, is lyine on hia
: . a in ;h;s city. Today he
thv- h and.-? of his eon a
. . te fbv: captured from a
! Or. Marsdcn H olden, of Concord,
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Kouky Mount, 1ST. C, Jnly 2-i. j
1) i V X S p r u i i i , -4 1 r 0 riiiuent c i 1 1 j
zea and practicing physician of j
liillhrdetcn, in tais (Nash) county, j
i 1110 il
"bcidir-g b-?lle rang merrily ir?d
e:aranily at K.teh field, on the Yad
J , 1 no me wit a a pistol snot in. tue
coinmiui guicidd to. day at his
i:r- it ;U the storming of j " v tQ ;..-t f)r' j Uaius. it 13 aiieel tiist, on Sunday,
rcr, in and said : . , ''.r 0..ie ?r-j 3JrV Tm. I Spi uiU atmi,lt-a -rninal fissfuiltj
, ' hna evr-r been myi,,; Swiff -.d. I en a rP- i-uriita imiy m the
. 1 i 1 . iiJ-m hi' ' Li r 1
i ; oiliccrs cf the bniye
u . J i. J , iJ-l I - .
: b. .o-.t)c-::k. Thev v;er.? rra-
v.Lich it waa cap-uh! VcIocir; y-,v . jce g. j)aun,
. y cmhhuuik iivH.:, pi-1 (f tLf :thodi,t PrctesfiMit!
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1 1 1 pH:iouuy ui in y uuiui; Co'1 rr-tion 'if Fnr'i-L Kill
; to yonr hands I confide it ior.hi, c,rctI10ny that 'mad.
FacrI injunction that yon tu,.c t, ,pk, cae s0 to speak,
nb-v the regiment and pnd hrpp
, Ik,: the emblem. Sny to p jfolcIen r.r7i:c. )tCre from WiL
ZLuil from inv death bed I
i..-ihoor::oi, nru yt-itc-rday papers j
for bis arrest were p: ;ccd m the
baiida ut tiie county i.cnii for sar-yi?f.
v ,!- rs j
"fit i nit"
d i '" if ! f : ' '
:.J j f Ijffil-?'
300 n ?is : '-n into cutcav 1
. .. . a hwpm 1 ,
T A Smoot baa been elected Head-
iondfd.'- h:r f.;-C;p:cd. j
:d 1 ;.c i: tlie ib.!.g with my heartiest
?'rhfs f.r-d fraternal feeling."
"M r-'-i : Sttch men de
ry.; ! ' ; , . . such as be that
h-nvo " oonth find thev
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GIVING TIIEE THINGS A WAY WIT
sr.u-t chronic cases and reports gay I ?n0t"t -duated at Trinity
bc's'beerr sncccrsfnl in his L-aS; rc;:::-!y ith Li5b
niehi. He is 5G years old. lii3!i1uaorrt
Tie i- brother of Dr. J E Smoot,
Wcaiev, bas been doinsr a profitable of Concord, nd a cousin of the
aaUaya elcomeil. i,: in niiiiinory at Kicbfid I Messrs Davvnult.
:nr knaves that ! , , , , 7, Wf.r, Af fjni
'rKl ? ...el's r '' : '' v f - ' '
reii "ion attempts
; oLent with im- I
: ?run is great
her popularity all
j oi.iLiJ ci" tbo uliase assembled
air. G. G. Kicbic's residence to
s li-HS a nht too to
:d name of his own
decent man, 7,' be
: ftlcng well every
t goes Xorth ie
is the scum that
. i - Vi
... ;hn, v'hose visit to
..: noted bt week by
'v,. . c'.:rvc a pleasant
.y. He 112 beer in
y wit bs on a , :sit
. r". " ' b b u ion county, and
ok; irienu 12; No. 10, Cftbarrus.
y.:. V,'b;icb.i 13 a son of the late
-!onr' V.'iliubr, and is one of the
- v brr -nine men the cenn-
I)r. Holden returned this (Thurs
day) morning by private conveyance
and accompanied by Rev. Dunn.
Mre. Koiden will arrive on to-inor-iowbj
train, she having remained
over to pack her effects. Dr. and
Mre. H?klen will go to housekeep
ing on Church street next door to
Mr. It. McNumara's.
Tbi3 ia rather a stealing of a
march on our people, but the doctor's
happiness is all the same full and
Conc :::d, at huge, ris;-3 as one man
in extending the usual measure of
i Mr. Wib
e 01; mm ana ms
b;: 'ba: rip -ion fcr The StaIw
i::' brforo leaving for hit? Tex??
..osn- r.- r.i ir-v iUunn?.
.v :;0nifl r.rit, pag a prominent
c:tizen of thifc ph ee has been worried
and uneasy ubout bis line cow-hud be
n n . ri ' ' .r in or rmH
During the trial of the cae, State
vs. Honeycutt, for retailing without
licente. a lawyer ran his examination
into politics &e.
''he J-.Ke has been highly com-
m.ii i'vu f,4r the rebuke lie gave, in
directly, .'ben charging the jury.
Among u.hei ihiags In caid in sub-o-binct:
UI; any man can find the
shadow ol tiio in il fences of politics
m any of my acts or words, either
as a lawyer or as a judire, 1 wi". -A
once step down and out." - T..e h'-zi
element will eudorsa ...Mnnn1"' liy
Mr. Jonas Costner, a blind man
and for IS years a teacher in the
blind asylum at 1: i1- :tb ard -f
which he -i a L.-'d'. ineiubb.-c
some linvi at hh 1' ' - -in-la-'r,
Mr. R Y 0v;ry': . -.1 u-isl urg.
He is a man of .'ohoiay attainment.
He has been blinu all his life, some
1 0 years.
He never forgets a voice, and
recognizes old friend readily. Mr. s
Costner is a nat've cf (i U scanty
and has many rcdi;'iv'3 ui y. f"b:
ant, this county.
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5 1 ;s
KiYfeV's v; ;.b
Dn-.r. ir.,4 Beard and Wr
f 'i ' T
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Eor 3, eral weeks the chain gang
has been doing seme good work
around the old thunderstruck iron j
bridge over Kocky Paver, where the j (V
gang ct;mp v;u
; . .:n ,.i.i.
dangerous places on ei;i; r cido
COME AND SEE
.m aullicient '
far anv cne to p?s
s in p afect sfety : ;
alfnon the waters m-.-y be out o 1 jsj
its regular ccuo ind look frighten- I U
ing. ilanacer Barnb irdt moved the 1
cenvict camp today ('. Tursday) neai j
to Faggart's Mill, ia ; To. 11. town- j
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W!jat itio I.i' x Iii'toii JM5r Says.
This weed's Lexington Dispatch
A j -. d: ? .- Veea 2, id in
cular that' will
ao ea :vr i -cpiag good ones net, Lhe splendid sentiments n?d trx
producing tbv iisaal a-munt of milk i tice embodied in Jud?e Norwood'
:n the mornirg. He first PusnoctLd I rprv
ni we i 1
rem'; one visited hia ccw with
fore himself cr srr-
From a aumb.r cf jrentltmen en
f '',:' -' '.'1 ,irr.:.:vi iT'- n of trw? 4 1-, o
a.ed i-rt. r more tborourh ins j , , 1 r, .
, , - anaian met. ag o the Orphanage, a
clot; ;xnd watchfulness. On . , iL b ft .
iwu-L-ua.:' it.po. ci iite.rs mm mere ie!
some talk cf the roraerd of It-v. J,
'ay tae owner of the cow
nii ' ralv soon, proceeded to I TT r-n - , , .
v, to his surprise and T. v. ibu a A
x , , , It ia charged that the trustees can
( a-re stood his bird-dos . . A,
mke nl? the lawn they please and
.7, lucuugivsall the orders they please but
; - i.rcent person.
- id any parties from
tmg timbr.-, y;,K, or driving
rc-inn-3g fraii or anything of any
;lescnpton--un my plantation,
Known as the Daniel Suther
iunds. m Inc. 4 township,
anyone violating this notice will
pr-ccuf, ,i to the fullest extent
of toe law. jo. A Kimmons.
JuJ 24, 3wks.
hat Mr. Mills goes ahead in his own
way and does as he sees proper.
Fcr sever ii jtrs he has been elec
ted only by o:e vote and it is
thought this time he will fail.
That may be all so, but that man,
"Bro. Mills," knows more about run
ning an orphanage than the whole
Boara of Directors. But some fellow
thinks it a fat job and possibly has be
gun this light underhandedly. When
Mr. Mills goes, the children will suf j prica cnly f-Oc. for Lrga bottle. At
fer mark that. ' Fetzer'd Drur Stoie,
many them are unjust to che peo
pie of this county, and the reflections
in eome of the papers? on the judge
and jury is at least uncalled for.
We have made n: comment one way
or. the other, and ehnil not do so,
preferring to let the whole matter
drop at cnc and for all. A3 the
case has been tried 1 y a regular court
and pry we thick it is the duty of
the people to abide by the veruiet
atd stop U b icar about it.J; .
It !tl:y Do as 3Xu Ii lor Yon.
Mr. Fred Miller, of Jrving, 111.
writes that he had a Severe Kidney
tioublo fcr many years, with severe
pains in his bask and also that his
bladder was affected. He .triod many
so called Kidney cures but wtthout
any good result. About a year ago
he begftu ne? cf Electric Bitters and
found relief at once. Electric Bit-
i; rv is especially adapted to cure of
ali Kidney and Liver troubles and
Oiten gives almost instant renei.
0-K: tfifil will prove cur statement.
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