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1) UoiiTKAKR, Assistant Cashier
. M nuviu D. F. Cannon
r' v K i kg. J. W. Cannon,
fl, Oi.Ki.L, W. IL Lilly,
1). V, COLTRANE.
HAMMOND & CO.
Stock and Bond
Uo & U2 Pearl Street,
NEW YORK CITY, W. Y.
S i--vS, Bonds and Grain bought and
: or carried on Margin.
i s. Send for explanatory circus
r.v. speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwly
.. 3 I
Com prists the University, the
Collie, the Law and Medical
'cli jol.s, and the
: r turners. Tuition $60 ; 35
tKirhers, 471 students. Ad
drss President Winston,
CharHHiii N C, for Cata
:' and handbook on "UNI
riiHSITY EDUCATION. "
MA N'l'FACTUREKS OF
lr7.y(; CLOT US,
I'LlDS, SIf hETING
i.Vh SALT BAGS:
I BALERS IX
V ' VERS OF
of all Kind
" " wood always
v'"''Ml"d best prices for
Vt invite an in
''''! of all the goods
-i-: i utcture.
AT MR. AND MRS. BROWN'S.
An Event of Great Pleasure- L, linn,
or ol ThMr Daughter.
In honor of their charming daugh-'
ter, Miss Maude, Mr. and Mrs. R A
Brown entertained at their hand
some and hospitable home Wednes
day night a hundred or more guests.
Their home is sitaated on the
high hill in the southein part of
the city, cn Main street, and is one
of the lo eliest spots to be found.
This modern home was a scene of
grandeur and pleasure las.; night,
and the mingling together of friends
with the clever attention of host
and hostess the eyening was made
one of enjoyment, socially long to
be remembered. A number of guests
were in attendance from Salisbury,
China Grove, Charlotte and else
where. Misses Beulah and Mary
Bernhardt, Messrs. Bernhardt, Sid
Heilig and Ernest Brown weie rep
resentatives of Salisbury; Misses
Lersch, of Ohio ; Miss Patterson and
Mr. Tom Ross, of Cnina Groye, and
Miss Misenheimer, of Charlotte,
The Crowd Sot Over 1,000.
Everybody who took particular
note and who are good estimates of
the Bize of crowds, puts the nuwoer
of out-of-town people present Tues
day at not over 1,000. And not
three-fourths of these attended ihe
speaking. The crowd that heard
Tillman wa3 not over 750 and the
crowd that heard Butler was sey-i
eral hundred lees, for very many
left when he bobbed up his bullet
head full of hair.
The Observer man made a most
awful wild guess when he put the
crowd at between 2,500 and 3,000.
This estimate tickles Marion Butler
and he used it.
Brow Hie am! Erowule.
Crack-a-loo and "craps' are two
games that have recently fascinated
the young boys of the town, both
white and colored. On Tuesday
night thre white boys and a negro
were almo?t trapped while shooting
"crap," and on Wednesday afternoon
Chief Bogor ran upon a nest of
negro t'ooys pitching "brownies" on
the trucks on the dummy line in
rear of E?qni-e Hill's tin shop. The
negroes wee not arrested, but warn
ed to take care that they were not
again caught gaming- The two
games are quite fashionable of late,
here and elsewhere. I
ITTore About Hie llenry US onb:-u r
On the 20th ult., the corone as
sisted by other physicians, open.' .c
skull and removed the brain, making
a thorough examination. They
found a fracture on the left side of
the head extending from the middle
down by the ear to the base of the
skull. The , opposite side of the
skull was filled with clotted blood,
but there was no bruise nor fracture
on that eidft. The coroner's jury,
six of the beet men of the neighbors
hood, after hearing all evidence, see
ing the skull opened, going to the
road n here he was found, rendered
the following decision : "That Hemy
Honbarrier came to his death from a
blow at the hands of some unknown
person." The coroner will further
investigate thi3 case. Salisbury
Mr. Wilmouth, the most excellent
tuner of Luddtn & Bates, of Char
lotte, will be in Concord in a few
days and those desiring pianos
tuned vill please leave the n?.mec
with Dr. Young or at the St. ("out!
Hotel. aM if,
C0NC011I, N. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 180.1.
CIVIL CMS M
NO CRIMINALS TRIED IN
That I What The roslas Legisla
ture Says In Chapter 423 of the
I.rws of North Carolina, Made at the
; Session of lsUS-For Uaston,VStaiily
"What wonderful things come to
light and what miracles are per
formed by the study of science, art,
literature and law !
In chapter 425 cf the public kws
of North Carolina, session of 1895,
there is a clause in section 2 of that
chapter that prevents the trial of
any criminal cases in the superior
courts of Gaston and Stanly coun
ties. Mecklenburg has a criminal
court, and of course this law cuts
no figure in that county,
: From the law as it reads, takes all
jurisdiction in criminal cases from
the superior courts of said counties.
In the following we produce the law
as printed and sent out, under the
caption of "An act to change the
t:e efhe'dh.- ccikU of Gaston,
Stanly and Mecklenburg counties"
found in the above stated chapter :
"The General Assembly of North
Carolina do enact :
Section 1. "That the superior
courts of the coumies of Gaston,
Stanly and Mecklenburg shall be
held at the times hereinafter desig
nated and shall continue for the
time hereinafter provided, unless the
business be Booner disposed of.
Sec. 2. "The superior courts of said
counties shall be held at the follow
ing times, to wit ; Stanly, flrst Mon
day in March, first Monday in Seps
tember, each term to continue two
weeks ; Gaston, second Monday be
lore the first Monday in March, sees
ond Monday after the first Monday
in September, each to continue two
weeks ; Mecklenburg, second Mor
day after the first Monday in March,
the fourth Mouday after the first
Monday in September, each to con
tinue two weeks, sixth Monday be
fore the first Monday in March, and
the thirteenth Monday after the
first Monday m March, each to con
tinue one week. All of said terms
shall be tor the trial of civil causes
alone, and the last mentioned teim
shall be for the trial of such causes
as do not require a jury. Civil pros
cesj in - v.- bs returnable to all cf said
Sec. . "Tint all laws and clauses
of laws in conflict with this act are j
Sec. 4. "That this act shall be in
force from and after its ratification.
"Ratified the 13 r.h day of March,
A. D, 1605.
The question nowariges, what will
those two counties do with the
criminals that will accumulate
within the next two years? Keep
them as an expense on the counties,
A Household Treasure.
D W Full, of Canajoharje, N. Y.,
says that he always keeps Dr. King's
New Discovery in the house and the
family has always found the very
best results follow Ur use; that he
would not be withoutit it, if procu
able. G A Dykeman Druggist,
Catskill, N. Y , says that Dr. King's
ew Discovery ig undoubtedly the
best Cough remedy; that'he has uss
i-d it in his firlly for eiebt pears,
au:l it has never Jailed to do all that
fnr it. Whv not trv a
ror-ulv so Jocr tred tested. Trirl
hollies free ar Fetzer's Dxug Store, i
K ovular :ze 50c and $1.00-
BUGS WITH APPETITES,
OniNShoppers That Eat Shoes, and
fMhcrtt Tu.;t Swallows Railroad
A gentleman was reading yester
day in the New .York Recorder about
the boss grasshoppers that liye up in
Sullivan county, N. Y. They are
not only insatiable, but omnivorous.
The other day, it is said, Farmer Jay
McEweu, while working in his rye
field, hung his vest, a new one, on
the fence, and in a few minutes the
hoppern bad eaten it full of holes.
Ou a neighboring farm a woman
left a pair of new shoes out of doors'
over night and next dy found that
the grasshoppers had partly eaten
them, utterly ruining them,
"That's pretty good," said the
gentleman, "but they beat that in
Texas. Last year some railroad ran
a line of cars through Texas all
painted green, and when the train
stopped at the first station in the
grasshopper country, the grass
hoppers lit on the cars and ate them
clean down to the wheels."
This story is good but the cockn
roaches, or whatever you call these
guilty conscience insects that tear off
in su?h eonfion of face whenever
you discover them, are almost as bad
as the grasshoppers.' They have
have eaten all the lunch baskets of
the Observer's composing room
force, along with their contents.
In speaking of bugs and appetites,
the above is a yery good production
of facts, but at a certain home in
this city the chinch or bed-bugs have
such ravenous appetites that they
haye during the past two we2ks eaten
three pail 8 of socks off the feet of
one man and in the past two night3
they have sucked the blood out of
Lowe's dummy, which was put in
the sockles3 man's place.
liueklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in tl-.e world for
Cuts, Bruise, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetterd Chappe
Hands, Chilblains, Corns nod all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay requi-ed. It is
guaranteed to give satisfaction or
monev refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale at P B Fetzer'e Drug
To Ihe Citizens joConcorri.
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
their needs in theTfresh meat line.
Vfy place of business will be in the
Hurly store room, first door below
Lowe & Son. Respectfully,
alO lm. J. F. Dayvault.
By virtue of authority vested in
me by a Deed in Trust or Mortgage
executed by C. W. Robinson on the
1st day of Januury, 800, which mort -gage
orJDeed in Trust is duly record
ed in Register office for Cabarrus
cou!tv, North Carolina, ia book No.
7, nacre 572, 573 and 574 I will eel! at
public auction at the court house
door in Concord, North Carolina,
cn the 14th day of September, 1895,
to the highest bidder that tract of
land known as the Col. Thomas H
Robinson place at Poplar Tent.
Th'"s is a chance to secure a good
home in one of the best neighbor
hoods in Cabarrus county near the
church and Fchcol house. There
are good buildings, orchards and
conveniences for home comfort on
the place. Terms made known on
day of sale. Tittle to said property
' noosed lobe good, but the pur-s
cliUer only takes such title as 1 cm
authorized to convey under said
Jgh: P. Allison, Trustee
Dated IctL day of August, 1S93.
Whole NO. l.:u
Worth Garclina Gip?
MT. PLEASANT, N. C.
REV. J. D, SHRIEY, D. P., PaKS.
Total necessary expenses
session of 38 weeks. $85.00 to
Next session begins Sff
3. 1895. For cotalogue and
special information, address
the President as above, or
-lm. Secretary of Faculty.
A Flourishing School for Young1
Ornamental Eracche:i Ifcoo.jv
REV. C. L. T. FISHER, A. Id
MOUNT PL ASANT.IN C
College of Agriculture
and Mechanic arts.
The next session of this
lege will begin September
Examinations at count
first Saturday in J '-..n:
Young men desiring a :
nical education at an unu
ly low cost will do veil ;
ply for catalogue to
A. Q. HOLLA DAY, Pr
2w d&sv. Raleigh K
The 94 ill Annual Session l ogins Septe.i'l -r 51 1
1S95, Register for last year si ows more than
persons under instruction during the yea. Spe
cial'features: the development of Health, Char
aeter and Intellect. Eui!dinr? thoroughly remod
elled. . Fully equipped Frep v.'-.lo.y, !k.,: !'.
I'ost Graduate Dep irtiru nt ; beVid-.-s iim-vl,.:. ,
schools in Music, Art, La:.i, .uucs. C -.w .ert
and Industrial Studie:
J. H I'i.HWKLi. Rnn-pal. Sak-ii ' .
I have now in stoek rt my ioo-uf
opocite tho court bouse .1 pU-ii -C'yi
..10 of' t !J hr.dv F :'r,
Bnch f s
Bed Steads, Tables,
Wash Stands Sates,
I defy competition in regard- to
quality and price. You will be
Hurprised when you hear my prices
Come and sea. If not : s- :Ic
can supply you in a fc;w Ju ; f. I
have a nice line of
at prices that will bu: ;prito y u. I
keep a full . li ie : l liar. ' u
mediate supply. J hny
and run my pla "in;-; ;p?cta : -.id'
all persona wi-.c .:zi . ..ii
in this line, whl do well to ca'l
and see me.
J. T. Toim:
Concord, "N. C. July 13, 153:.
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Wi Hnr.d , He ! C ' I r--HwN Zr
't.oxes. H-li Wilis t nc rtt hon. k mk y
and xu.UutJM Al - -. " -
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