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, ORK CITY, IL Y.
,,.nd Grain bought and
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Afor explanatory circus
c): rfton, also weekly mar- j
N! V 'KRSITY OF
:1k1 University, the
il; Law and Medical
j uiid the
; -hers. Tuitiou $C0 ; 35
rs 1?1 students. Ad--President
1 Till!, N C. for Cata
i.'I lumdbook on UUNT
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v a s'r fa'.:tl'-.::rs of
PLi IDS, SIFLETIXG
of all Kind
iiiiri -;est prices for
invite an in
:,;, fin" f all the goods
" ,4 di.nu lecture.
WINSTON'S MURDER CASK.
Tttitle FoinMj 2ullty oi Atari? in'tho
See o ml IcrM;.
The Greensboro Record o. Xuvr
day says the jury in the Tut tie case
at Winston returned a verdict when
court convened this morning of mur
der in th second dejiree.
I x lie pumenmtni id ail t ie Wh,V kc
$50,000 ! f t . . A Wh fathers p&esed an ordinance prohibit
en fonntrom two to thirty years in the u- , ,
! penitentiary lng blcyde ?ldlQ oa tbe
TL1 i T , ' sidewalks in the corporate limits of
xuwco mwvers expecieu man..
slaughter ;is the very worst and think
-ifiYP hern acquitted but
i for tiie riot of Sunday night, -which
j prejudiced his case.
! The following telegram was re-
eehed this afternoon from Winston!
Winston-, N. C., August 13. I
rylU,DK 13 ?Jlet. Gere toda7.
1 hero waa no jnchcation Uat night
of fennday Eight's not being revived.
Galling gun, with four men to man-
age it, arrived at midnight. Very
i few negrcos were seen cn the street.
! Jury in Tattle case returned ?4 i
verdict of murder in the second v
grec this morning. Counsel for the
uetense asks for a new trial. Judge
irown will near argument this
afternoon, but no one believes it will
Public opinion is that Tuttle will
go to the penitentiary for twenty
Trial cf Bud Cunningham, for
the murder of his sweetheart, com-
menced today. Jury drawn in short
time. Evidence now being taken.
Foiitid Bcai on I lie ICoad.
Everybod3 aiound hereknev the
good old tr. Robert II Morrison,
and thr announcement of his death
will carry a severe shock to all.
Tuesday evenirg he started to
his Bon-in-Iaw'e, Mr. James P Mor
rison, near Pioneer Mill?, in com
pany with Air. S S Mc Whirter. Get4
tingvithin ssveral hundred yards
of the house Mr. Morrison told Mr,
McWhirter thai he need not drive
up and that ho could walk. The
family was not expecting him. This
''Wednesday) morning Mr. MorrN
! son was found within 200 yards of
his son-in-law's still in death
! .Air. .Morrison cjis M vAnrs oM '
and for a number of years has been
very frni!, mu jh of it caused by a
kick by a horse several years ago.
He leaves two sons and two daugh
ters : Mrs. E P Pen'en and Thomas
W in Austin, Texas; and Mrs- Jas.
IP Morrison, of Pioneer Mills and
! Mr. D JJaker Morrison, a prominent
I merchant of Concord,
i This writer first learned to know
Mr, Morrison in No. 10 wb ho
(Mr. M.) was travelling arorid bell
ir books. Fe was a goo J, pure
man ; to kr.o v him was to -erL !
and lovo him and in this n.id i
tion the bereavod ones have the sins
! cerest sympathy of the entire com-
; The funeral will occur at Rocky
, Rivor Prctby ioriaii church Wednos
; dy evening at 2 o'clock,
A 2 1 o u'.fi. old Treasure.
1) W Full, of Canajoharie, N. Y.t
says that he always keeps Dr. King's
New Discovery in tiie ho:: so and the
. family has always found the very
1 best results follow its use; that lie;
would nnt ln Tt.MtTirmt.it it if rrn i?.-i
able. G A Dylaii Druggist, I
Catskill. N. Y . ears that Dr. Kica's I
New Discovery is undoubtedly the
best Cough remedy; that he has uss
pd it in his family for eight" pears,
and it has never failed to do all that i
is clairc ed for it. "Why not try a
remdy so long: tred tested. Trial
bottles free at. Fetzer's Drug Store.
Regular size 50c- and $1.00.
Low KnicNio Boston and !ie(nrn.
On August 23, 24 and 25 the ,
Sotuhern Railway will sell round
trip tickets to Bos ten, Mass., at
rate of one fare ticket good to rs-j
turn until September 10, and can bs
extended until September 30.
CITY FATHE: i LAST NIGHT
At the meeting of town eommis-
! sionera Tuesday ru'ght, fome good
the town, which meets the approba
tion of nearly every citizen who is
! not a bicycle rider.
There were six or the seven corn
mtp.iionere present, Messrs. R A
Rrown, W H Blume, J M Alex
ander. John K Tattfrsnn. T D
Morrison. Commka-oner Fink is
ab3ent flom the citJ.
Mr, r B Felzer asked the town to
open up Gsorgu avenue oa to Mil!
8treet st!,, cit,;z9n, MKed that a
; street be opened fix-iu Lorc''s p&alure
to the colored rraled
oi me requests were rant
j,d tbe town I10t huvinfy Sl,nki
fimda on hand3 to phv for same.
W C Coleman asked the permis
sion of thQ Boird to USA tn nnrfh
iiiilA u.'tli ot thu r'ifv nnil on rti i;irin
, . I
of a store rcom he contemplates
erecting, said building to b? one?
story and extendi uy itm the pave
ment back abonl twenty feet, Tni? i
request was rcf'rfd to the towu
property and lire !., :.r'nent ram
mittee, which is composed of Messrs
R. A Brown, W C Houston and John
Mr. Wm. Long asked, in behalf
of the residents on Sirr.pscn street,
that about a half dozen electric
lights be placed on that street, -widen
is in rear of property known as the
Virginia Dare lot. This matter was
referred to the electric light com
mittee, with power to act and to re
port a: the nest regular meeting.
It was resolved that the hollow in
rear of G W Patterson's store and
from the sprier ijpy.r the bUuk-
smHh Efcoi to the d urn my ut:ie(v.ltt
-- ot w,r... .
roet b-i declared i !
nuisanc..' aia the owners of property
on said hollow ar 2 required to Lav:
,rae c:eaued B? ia mannr 10 bo
approved bj tbe JaniUry cc.lI:utte(
to be attanded to at once.
.nation lisnfeji aiMlS'ell.
For several nights the officers
havft bpen watohiny a nprtain den. in
.,, -.ri(',!,i. vvr has
een I'omg on, it is thou-a.:. m?G-
J.ay n'ht Chief or Pone 3 iogr.r
, lX , i t ti
entrance except by means of a ladder
and going through a window, the
doors having been locked ard bolted.
A ladder was secured and properly!
adjusted for the rsid, but the win
dow was too sinali to admit the
policeman's body. It was a "crap"
game between three 10 year old beys
cf the city. The chief had been to
the top of the ladder and was de-
sc.-.ncins: when his foot
cau6lu8 llIul to to the ground
uPoa hls back- The boJ3 got scared
and made good their flight.
. a! --
To the Citizens of Concord.
On and after the 20th day of this
month ot August, I -will open
out a first-class, meat market and
will be glad to serve the public with
the:r needs in tne rresn meat line.
y place of business will be in the
Ilurly store room, first door below
Lowe & Son.
J. F. Day vault.
COMPANY h MET.
rrnnn s i r is Did Xot V.ri To
v'" t--r Klecled and Trus
Ovnug to the speaking Tuesday, it
was i.ifpoesible for the old soldiers to
get nvi-tL-r ;.inrj have their picnic, aa
we.8 k-teLd;-.J for them to do. The
Cabaii'.a County Confederate Vet-
A loir, flff'ou of the thirty mem
bers o '. C ;?,;.: iy F., 1st North Caro
?iLa Cavalry, ntld a meeting in the
J.-iU j -a? time during the
af '.troon, (md elected cfficfrs for the
ensuing u-r. Mr. II M Goodman
t r.j a j r- . . I...-.--. 1 t. -. C I - 4. .....
Smith, or No. 9 township, was elects
ed to succeed YT D Anthony, who re
eigxed as secretary.
Company F, appointed Mr, Jacob
-Dove 83 t:uee to receive the be
quest of their late guide aud corns
, T , . , . n
i wno lett tntm cU0,
A meeting was calLd for Satur
day, 'August 31, to be held at the
court hou e prom ply at 10 o'clock
It :j l;cp;l that every member of the
" represent, as it will
be considered as to wfnit disposal
... , . L, . 1
they will make ot their money,
vn I in --Kn I4"--,uinl fgeniN, I ri
!?i'liii".t?i; Mayor's H;'!urn.
Salisbury, N. C August IL
The Salisbury b:se ball team will
play the Tno.naRville b y? at Char- ;
The Salisbury township Sunday
school convention meets at the Prea
hyterian church this afternoon at 5
o'clock. The county Sunday school
convention meets at Chestnut fill I
church Thursday aud Friday, this
Cap. Joan IVeard, J J Allen, F V
Pi;rritr of Sa'irtbarv. .nd L Hnlb
! Verbe Wf ntt0 Concord yterd iy to
,.,,., .i u.. ,. c rP;n A
Hit ? 1 .! "u'Ji Ul L li 1 Lm i. Ti J.iiU
T, . T ,
! 0 lfr.,TT:n. ; i
, ocatesville wa.i in the city this norn-
1 " tf:uor W C Uot.irber.oar returned
. Moad; nis,ht f;jm colly's
JI Rick and DImI in ji lew Honrs.
Mr. Joe Yost, a young unmarried
man of about 21 years of age, of near
Pbenezer church, Rowan county,
i b . , , Tr
- , . , , .
lCGt: t-.C :iiie nre, ii u;eu ujia
(Wednesday) morning at his home.
Dr. Lftfferty was sent for but young
Yost died before the physician
reached him. He was attacked with
cramp colic. lie was a rpiet, indus
trious youa man.
The Second Installment Xon Est.
It was r.nr'vjeed tfa.it there weald
be orating ia the court house Tues
day night a continued story, Rut-
tier paid be vvae sick and rti.useu;
Tillman said he wa3 worn out and
refused; and Lawyer Caldwell aid
he wouldn't. Som. one rang the
court house bell at S:30, but there
was darkness ieigning and no speak
ing. The whole meeting was pretty flat
and the enthusiasm was beiow par.
IMano Tuner Coming.
Mr. AVilmouth, the most excellent
tuut?r of Ludden & Bate?, of Char
lotte. will be in Concord in a few
days and those desiring pianos
tuned vill rdeaso leave their names
J with Dr. YouLg or at the St. Cloud
Hotel. al4 tr,
MT. PLEASANT, N. C
REV. J. D. SHRIEY, D. D , Ff,
A D A D EMICCOAI M M R : : I A ! .
COLLEGIATE COUR Lo.
Total necessary ex: -r.v'-e
session of 38 weks. 8f :o
81 37. c 00.
Next session begins epf
3. 1895. P'or cotalogiT rnid
special ini'uiination, st?.lvf?V
the President as above, (.v
lm. Secretary of Fac tv
6 ittK ....
E M IN AR Y
A Flourishing School for Ynt.;
C-r. aiuontal Bruicl.ec 1U
V . C I.
v 7 . r.r ',
X i ': VT'T- 1 T . . r "v
College of Agl::llture
Tiie next session of Ih
lege will begin SepfM?.
E xa in i n a l i o n t a ( c c i r. '
Young men c I , i i c
nical ediicatioii at .an u-;
ly low cost wiil do well
i)ly for eatalrrue to
" A. (. HOLLA DAY. c
2w (Uvv. P.d":2h,
The 94U1 Annual Peisif.n begins Sc;-.;rVr -.tU-H
-';':. 'tc-i for Inst year s;:r.. s in. rti.: co
persons un!er instruftion durini? the, v-r. Sp;
cin! features: the dcveif.p':ic:it V.f He;;'.:, ChaT
acter and Inullect. " Fui!d:n--'? thortv. r.mr.rf
filed. Ku!!y e;;;ippf d I'.e- al-.-v, (.'." ' -;...u .:,d.
Tost Hraduate ncpart!:i nt ' .-:,ru:.- ..v.,
schools ia Musk , Art, u.'ts, t ..a.ei l i.d.
.in:? Ii.-'artriai h;uuus.
J. II. CLi'WKLt, K-ill. -.;,)', S:.' X. C.
d 1V !V.
n m n - r
s t, f 1
E 3 S U II 1.,
I have now in stcck pA. my 5
opposjte the couit hourit1 n spkn
- id line uf well -I'.-.ade Yv. :-:urt?
Bed Steads, Tabl s,
Wash Stands Safes,
'J A L Ci A V S J C
I defy competition in regard to
quality and price. You v-ij! be
surprised when you hear my p: let-:-:
Come and see. If not ji?Vc"cd
can supply you in it ft . ; ;a. I
have a nieo licy of
- OOh r 1 vih .
at prices that will s'.-rprr '-;. I
keep a full iiuf on Laid f-.-,r im
mediate supply. 1 huy
i:nd run my planing1 machsiK, it :;
ail person who n '? a?. , i :;;.
in this line, wid do v.cl L. c.:dl
and gee rup.
Very Uespect fully,
I -T T
Concord, "N. C. July 13, 1805.
CLiobtMer'n KntflSh Diamond Hnitf.
r ENHYROVAU P?l?,
- j l-'TV tAFE. 3iVfr rnhltils if- r - . 1
TES"" " J -3' "ii'c'J win nine nonos. ; 7y
VJ5':;', Other. 'V t-i .inline ..i (" v
flf tion and imitation . AtOro.Tj'-f -"It?.
fcT stamps 'or particulars, tisij'" , ,;s i.s 4
C- f "Relief for T.hi!!c.m 11 W'.j ,t tarn
. MalL 10K) Tt-nimor ;aU. Vitu jt.
SoM t ail Local Xruggists. I'LUila , P.
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