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IST JAMES 1. UMHi.
OFFICIO IN CASTOR BUlLmNi
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Concord. N. C.
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miniatnuiou. me uuntuucu-,
like the rest of us, cannot know how
things nre now ; but it is hard to be
lieve that the asylum has come to
the condition represented by the lit
By the Persistent Use of
One of the Representatives in the
Georgia Legislature says he is going
to try to haye a dog law passe 1 at
the coming seedon. When he hears
fi in the representatives of the dogs
"I was troubled for years with a
sore on my knee, which several
physicians, who treated me, called a
cancer, assuring me that nothing
could be done to save my life. As
a last resort, I 'was induced to try
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and, alter tak-
he will miliz? what ; job he under- a number of bottles, the soro
UJIORD, bi-JL L 2S, 1805.
OTIIKKK AS WE.
Brother Robinson, of tne Sue, is
jrray::; for a B.'iiitarj revival in
Durh-ri It l? a hard mutter to
ren'1. j t'.iat ve are not reading about
Greensboro when ve lock over some
of thi articles in hia piper. The in
1.'-. . feyT: ",.
To the Commissicmeie of Oolcciu,
If we judge fioni the number oi
tramps who infest our ouidcrd dur
ing the winter season, we must cci.- ! i - -
elude that Concoid is a line place
for tramps We l:nov7 rh;-t oir po
pie are generous and hospitable, but
we fear that much of tle ir charity,
if not all, in feeding tramps is un
worthily bed sowed. Indeed euch
h lp is not Christian charity, but
direct encouragement to vngK.nts
lolating the laws of God and
1 .. -T-.l ll. .. t. :ll 1 I ri..i T f ill till-! fill Ml'
. vv j liefer urai.ra mat w hi ki ep , muu, vnt man m... yei's Sarsaparilla o'casionab.. as
r.irv clean. It is a matter that ! "responsible for the nnis-mce, j V tonic ami bl(-,l-urilier, and, in-
began to disappear a'id my v:1 uc.nL
health inipn.ve. I persist 'd in tins
tt-catmeiii, until the sore was en-
tivlv 1u-ilci since tle'ii. I u,-e
rts'.c Folfiy with the property owner.
That u true. We would like to fee
i';v , i i ny ov.Lers revive on this
subject. With the property owners
i T.'.i the town cHieials working to
gether 5!.uch can be accomplished.
Any lav U ino)erative unless it is
tnfG.C-d.- -Durhaai Sun,
to." The town cannot do
j peo)le must he'p. This
lack of sanitation is State-
CI V Ot in .
(ne of ?be best things we have
ueii or j-jl. Gy Thompson's attaek
r,n 'j 't '..--lurch is from the pen of
one v;ho fakes the yiew that long
fsfcer Tnompson is in hell the church
will i e on. He says; "And 'the
Cb..r :h el the Living God' goes on
serendy with its work, that of teach
ing maa the merits of the atone
ment, ch irpy for his neighbor, love
for hia enemies and pity and com
passion and loving kindness and
ter der ministrations to the poor, the
weak and the fallen. There haye
I- en Cy Thompsons in evey age and
in every clime. The Thompsons die
v.ud the church lives, Monroe Eu
Senator Brice, of Ohio, predicts
that the next ten years will be years
of phenomenal prosperity for this
conntiy. We sincerely trust he may
prove a true prophet, but when we
remember that he some time ago pre
dicted that the Democrats would
tarry Ohio next eIection,we can't be
come enthusiastic over this proph.
Grandma Wright, of Fulton
county, 111,, who was born before G
Vvashington became President, died
a few days ago. Her friends at
tribute her premature taking off to
the excessive use of tobacco, of
which she was an inveterate smoker
nearly all her life.
In another column .we print a
timely communication from an ex
cellent lady of Concord. She draws
the line on women beggers and
tramps, It is enough" to disgust a1!.
The tramps have become so numer
ous and so unmolested that they
haye beceme impudent, Let's put a
stop to this Coxeyism.
We very gladly .give space to the
article, in another column, by Mrs,
Dr. S moot, of our city. She was at
Just as long aj they feed th.-::, rh. y
will come, and for every one they
feed twenty more may be expected.
When we were lirst troubled with
traujps they were generally mfi who
were foreign born. Many could nrd
speak our language, a::d there was, j
some shadow of an excuse for their j
condition. Then came tha native i
American. Men who, though, s-rongj
infl flln fn irnrL' iiififr ' f Ci M rr '
They were likewise euppjrted from
house to house through the r,m
pnthy and mistaken chari.y of the
iS'txt came the negro man, and he
was no uncommon visitor last winter.
An easy way io live no wonder
deed, it. seems as though I could not
keep house wiihout it." INIrs. S. A.
i.iL.i.s. Plooiwludd, la.
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Oyer's FiYv Regulate the Liver.
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The law ol' North Carolina.
See Chapter 111) Sees, o-l, oo,
:)u and l7 acts of 181)3 requires
everv Physician, Deiuis',
Lav:yer and Hotel or Boarding
housekeeper to pay a license
that he should fall into it. And j tax and take out a license,
now last, and the most despicable of under a penalty of thirty days
all, we have the woman.
Yes, actually, during the past
few days women haye wundered
over this town begging not bread,
but money. One wanted to fix a well,
another to go to her sistei, another
to buy medicine, and so on, ad inw
finitum, until the poor homekeepers
have decided that this is too much.
We could stand the foreigner, we
helped the natiye American man,
we could not turn a deaf ear to the
negro, but when it comes to the
women it is time to stop and we
must have relief.
What then is to be done ? We
have two methods to suggest. First,
let the housekeepers refuse assist
ance to all tramps without regard to
race, color, preyious condition of
servitude or sex; and second, let the
town commissioners in the next
regular meeting pass an ordinance
requiring the ariest of any person
found begging on the street or from
house to house. Police regulations
are sadly needed, and the house
keepers ask relief of the ci'y fathers
in thu3 abating a nuisance which
afflicts almost every home within
our limits and constantly growing
worse and more dangerous to public
morals and good order.
For Over Fifty Years .
,Mrs. Winslow's Sootlrng Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the
gups, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
Druggists in every part of the
world.' Twenty-five ceatj a bottle
Be sure and ask for ''Mrs. Winslows
Soothing Syrup," and take no other
imprisonment or line ot iifty
dollars, for failure to pay the
license tax. The law further
makes it my imperative duty
to see that the penalty of tif ty
dollars is in forced. Very few
have complied with the law.
Unless the parties liable to
pay ...this tax, come forward
promptly I will be compelled
(unwillingly as I am) to see
that the law is inforced.
John A. Sims, Sheriff.
Sept. 20, 1895, 2vdw
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jan 1, '96.
MORRISON II. CALDWEL
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CONCORD, N. C,
Office in Morris building, opposite
Having been duly appointed and
qualified administrator on the! es
tate of N. G. White, deceased, all
persons holding claims against the
said deceased are hereby notified to
present them to the undersigned
Hnlv ftnihpntip.nffid nn or hpforA
will be plead as a bar to their re'w
cover'- Also all persons owiajx said
deceased are notified that p:c::., i
payment is expected.
T. J, White Administrator, j
This, Sept. 23, 1893. . 1
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