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CONCORD, N. 0., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1895.
A. J. P. OX II I ;s EAIi.
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a. .:; k, Cashier,
v Assistant Cashier
' I). F. Caxxon
J. W. Cannon,
: , W. II. Lilly,
A Co i. thank,
Kt Their Children . way ;f Ves
an IiiKliH''of fiamat:v- ContpHrcs it
itn i ni hkl: Conviction-., t
To Editor or Tin: Statijakp :
! A3 b citizen of Concord and ce that
, xj hi t v. E J- J 8 a
i ' 3
I? a .: k.-x n co.
owck ,nd Bond
Maples in CoiK i4i,,,( of- t ,nr.
Colonel Staples was e'rj waged in a
ease before Sqnire Keith to be heard J
today at 1 o'clock, hut Superior j
court was late in adjourning and he!
was a little late in reaching the J J
When he cdled Justice Keith iu- has ?t heart the beet interest of ita
formed him that the trial v;h3 'post- people I ?'-:nt to earnestly i to teat
poned until tcmoiro'.v aHernoon. ; f-mst the dcUvjin .-d demoraliz -
Colcne! Staples had io aflUUvit ori'r.jr &!)vcS;?c!e adu-rthed for tomor-
tvo p.repii;ed ard asi 'hat Kut h row at the fair grounds, I have refer
1-arKcs. Very abrupt!;, .ence t j tr- riti: h.oAi ba.veen
it is charged, Keith refnped to do ' the Stars and female team of New
so,, whereupon Staples remarked j York.
he WaS Hi t lit to t?V a (inx nr wnnla : r ttAnTtnt he.Ii.evf f Ha crnnt nftor1a
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J 110 TEAft-' I T' 't.f','l A riMit thf M!mff in--
dob Withar, a little colored boy
-; -:rA; d ;vater ,t R, A. Brown s
brickyard, while playing around
on of the brick machines Wednes
j to the Houna cianc i.ike wiui i p..,?, got his clothes caught by a set
ecrew on -he main rr'ece of shaftico-
and was twisted into all kinds cf
shapes. In gointr the rounds on the
shaf tiug he threw one hand out and
grabbed a cog wheel, which "ground
up several tiner.. No bor.es t-re
broken except the lingers, but his
uiothvra A-rs torn in ah reds.
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mt. 1'-leasa:;t, n. o.
REV. J. D. SHI? !7V. D. P . r'T
ADA D rncy COY 1 T
COLL KG I AT K cnrjT-. :
John Nims !usai:
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V-j : Street,
V ":?T l-: CITY, N. Y".
:j -An bought and
to that effrct.
His justiceship then ordered him
undei arrest for contempt ot court.
Colonel Staples at once went before!
Judge Smrbnck and obtained a writ
of Concord will debase i heme.' Ives
by witnessing and patronizing euch ' .
a demoralizing spectacle and surely j
our lad'ed ill net think of rcine
Parents vho love their children
of ha!)eas ocrpns vnd the ci e is to ! cannot afford lo let them witness
! be he;ml this afternoon, after court j the ga;:u no inatter how joun or
a U jo urn;.
the : J''V 0;
j meantime being released on his own
M a -r (fi p
II ow tb
. -w;tcry circus
. 1 ".veekly m:ir
dwly Li Or
e " Varned'1 justice could
iy one in coot.- ran4 " .
he had just stated court was not in
session is a new procedure.
Colonel Staples is acting upon
principle, with no fear of being im
prisoned, for if Mr. Keith or anv
V' M ff 1 1 I i rif br- jut:.o can at will, postpone a
''. I J i i ! tht.5 keeriinr a defendant in
w Lx o dee d v i : u e 3 i It V 1 1 1
auredly come kwj i.:r;re or les con
tar'-". r.ed rnd cc: - v v
they are self-resi. ctin men and
women. This female baseball team
iny oe virtuous women, but they
have certainly lost thtir
modesty aud h .r.e ; ; . k
selv .s by dressi:. ?
ment ehows and v.
Our readers will remember the
brutal killing of his wife near IJuu
tersville, last . lane. Tn w&s in a
lit of anger,
due trial was set for Wednesday
n Charlotte. ic appearing that
Sims Mil insane, ths court eet about
to investitrate Sims' sonify. The
jury pronounced hira insane, f.od he
goca to the Morgautan A&ylum. If
he rccoyert?, he wiH then be tried for
Ciofni. llrr.p Ills iV:y,
At )at cocrK, in Stably, the jude
n- fnw ,phnr:'day cf this court,
Jtule l:mberlake called it en Wed
nesday The attorneys in the cae
stated Miat they we.e not quite ready
and would not be until the day rt
whs set fur. Jadge Titnbv;r'ake, a.1-
Total neci??.?- yy eyv
session of S. -d:
N ext co.-si . n I 't ins
3. 1895. Fcv cotuloi'..-'
j special info: r.in i m: ,
t itf FreMdenr as rd'vr.
A Flourishing Scl'.ool To . Young
q" i-." r fpy ' T t; t c;
U;v umcr-.tal Brai 'dur . .y
KEY. 0. L. T.
MOUNT PL AAN.I1.
College of AG?;id.' , ie
AlD i'.ii.',; .i A:'
Tlie next ssi(; ii r ; ; )
lge will 1
r--ndy buy i no: astonished the i atiyes j ExamiiuMiorhi :
of S.snly his coat business, ther
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j .i! or fr .m b::)Sr h.,anl lor.? f to ,;o luto a rch :nd ton-h an. ill.-1 ishii tbe lawyers by ejin2:
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he pleases then indeed have we fall
en on evil time?.
At present it looks like a high
handed outrrorc and the etui is not
yet, Gre m-boro lit cord.
An I nlnv i Sou1. Vctcrnn,
d'o see one-arm man piuhing a!
wheeibarro w is e.n uncommon thing,
bat"" the A;;At was witnessed by a
number tr is rprnirtr when Mr.
liubt-n Fink, the one arm veteran,
nassfd alor.ir with his vehicle heavilv
h-ub-m d vi' h provisions. His form
was boAed "jiid great beads of persf
piration stood on the old man's fore
head, but w ith a steady step he
toddkd aloe if. About bis neck was
a large cord and was fastened to the
bMrow harmle at a convenient
k-nsrth. With ihi3 assistance and
his left aifti he wended his way
homeward, and was happy and con,
tent with his poor lot. Mr. Fink
lc&t his arm during the late war
Lie is a pensioner, but industrous,
and each day he fills his engage
merits as a wood chopper. There's
a crown for him.
There will be a regular meeting -
Cod Water Lodge, No G2, I, 0. 0. F.,
with the opposite sex.
A church member (a young mac)
who had ju.-:t refused to subscribe a
cent for missions to his pastor said
in less than ten minutes that he
would give fiv-; dollars before he
wonld mifis seting the game aod that
he would love to be one of tb play
ers. . V hy wa.3 he so anxious to e the
game look at the picture ru.d see.
Why waa be .niima to be one of
he players ? For the same reason
that uieu ioy: f'lhe jou :id dtn?.c
better than t! . ..-qua;.' dance.
The above is literally trae, tee
incident aboye referred to haviiig ac
tually occure , and ii given to show
the demoralizing influences already
set in motion from this proposed
I appeal to all the citizens of j
Concord and vicinity as men and j
terms and to Christians especiallj
not to attend the game, and to use
all their ii lluence against it. No
Christian c?.n witn; "3 such a ?cer:e
without sin, and injury to his spirit
ual and moral being. As you value
"I allow no judge to tix cases for my
court so I adjourn." And court
broke for the term.
For Over Fifty r'r.
Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup aas
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, vith perfect succes?.
It soothes the chda, softea3 the
gums, all ays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is tbe best remedy for
Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
DruggLts vi every part of the
world. Tweat fve cents a bottle
Be sure and -isk for 'Alri. Winslows
Soothing Syrnp," and take no other
Young: men Vistn
nieui educatifu v.:.
lv low cost will G
piv for cata!;ju" :
" A. Q. HOLL A .
2 W d A 7f. It;
I hnve now in tccb' ;G r. - y
opposite the court hour.o r --e
1-11- , ! 1 T
(iia line oi wen-.., ;t- r
G RE AT
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Worth of Goods must and
shail be sold quick.
rs J i
of all Kind
'i. ; i.
r, ur-r oo. Vvood alwavs
'' 'allied ':: rices for
XG hi vite an in'
A -urrj () ;. l the goods
v' i, LI:. p. lA.-c : urt .?
tonight. All mtmbers are requested! 13 Ilu-; 1,1 I,: ,,U3"ite8- 1 gnawer,
to be present. Bro. Z P Smith, of j h 1S- 1 httVe a ntcience whose de-Kai-igo,
will be with us and give usjtaila mu8t be eded cr it must be
one oi hid g-.eu lectures." . "I bye delivered my ov.n
11. F. Coiw f soul." I believe every minister and
Secretary, j every true Christian will say Amen
j to v. hac I have written. Phase
liuiuiits ( tiie.32a n!M jpublishiu today'd STiXDARD and
The State Commander writes us j greatly oblige,
from Lincoln, Neb., as follows:; Yours Ke&pectfully,
"After tryius other medicines fori Wi Ilt Tj McLalKI-V.
what seemed to be a very obstmattj !
cough in our two children we tried To l;to otizons orconroni.
Dr. King's New Discovery and at j Ou and after the 20th day of this
the end of two days the cough eiiM,month ot August, I will bpen
tirely Wt them Wo will not be I ufc ,Mg
without it hereafter, as our exper
r..., it .,ivp t'.pvp oil wl ' ! oe glaato serve ine public with
lenee proves mat, it cuies vvueie ail
other remedies fail . "Signed F. W. their needs m the fresh meat line.
Stevens, State Com. Wrhy not .My place of business will be m the
give this tcreat medicine a trial, as it j McNinch s'ore room, first door
is guaranteed and tiial bottles are j above marble yard on West Depot
free at Fetzer's Drug Store. Resu . street. Respectfully,
lar size 50c. and $1 00. ' alO ltn. J. F. Dayvault. 1
Wash St-?1--":-- r: r
Iy defy competition
quaiii..y ana pu
rr-- in I to
i v U S ; 4 v e
Come and see. A" nor. in stock
can supply you . u ; L i
have a nice line oi
YV holt-sale Good, con
sisting of Dry goods
All wool Jeaneskerseys,
Notions and Rots.
this is your time and ops
Retail goods of every 3e
scription : Diy Goods,
Millinery, Ribbons, Silks,
Satins, Laces, Carpet,
To the out of town public, I
suggest that it may not be p 1 jAiA):;
practicable ior all to come
here who wish to avail theirs
selves of this opportunity,
that they club together and
send some oii3 here to moke!
purchases for them.
Assignee of H. Baruch,
i I 2 1 W
at prices that wi.d sorprise you. 1
keep a full .line- e;i 'jand for ir.
mediate supply. I buy
and ran my planimr machnm-. 1
all persons who v.AA rnv r
in this line, wi.l d-j wch ;
and fco me.
Vtry Re.- fitfully, .
Concord, N. C. Jul - l;. 195.
The 94th Aii'.ua! .;...: : -. : .---;.t.':n'-v ,-1
195, RegiNtcr for last ye.-r sb's r.yre than .;
persons uiuK-r instr;:' ti' ti e.;: : tin- y-ar
ial features- the d- ' ' -f ''e;,'t.,
acter and ii.kiAii. .. ;-,.: Mi.yhiy ;t:; -.
cited. i-'u!!v e'M.i;.;i i ! r ' : : , .'.!! ,i'.:e
Post Graduate Jv;..i::r r sides fsr.u-t ! .
schools in Mu:c. Art. 1 -t':-.'-;- Cotr-Tii.-r. i.
Opens Septenit't-r 2. OH Vis full, tl.
ough preparation for eoliafe : prae:i d,
thorough training for .l;u.5.ne5.- or- i.fe.
For information or ;.rmou.H ir u i
dres?. HOLLAND TIP):r
ttis'a22tw CoKccrd, N. C.