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COiNCOKD, OCT. '12, 1895.
TUE FIEND IS JAIL.
There is no pleasure in printing
the news of the horrible crime that
was committed in Cabarrus county
last Friday night. The black fiend,
having u33aulted a defendless woman
in her own home in the dark of
midnight and committed ;his foul
deed, now lies behind the bars in the
county jiil. Our people are law
abiding, eyen under gross insults
from foreigners as has been recently
cieimnetrated. TLe law will be aU
low. d to take its course. But where
are i:j jople who vould wait the
glo-v process of the law, were such
a (k;.-u to be committed several times
i i the earne section, as has been the
ca3vj in u'he sections of the South ?
Tnu reAt North itself has its
lynching bees, and subjected to such
insult j and crimes as occur in the
South she would rse up aud sur
pass us in speedy penalties and
A,?.i? with this slandering of the
South ! Awrty with the :mciin spirits
that l-"v,vk down the barriers that
apparent nd the spirits that make
no di diction I
The net'ro has made a full cons
f fission; and the: authorities haye
him in t.Je custody for the process
to be 35 years of age, large, athletic'
frank, ln.elhgcnt, handsome, and
wAftUhv and vet the record says in-
camaMfility was the rock on which
that matrimonial vessel went w
Amelie Kives suddenly thrusts
herself into notoriety again di
Her alpha and omega are some
what sensational, to be sure.
Mrs Armelia E Barr, writing to
the editor of the Ladies' home Jour
nal, says; "I want a minister who
Will preach the gospel, and not
politics, prohibition sanitary science.
Ministers who think to draw people
by preaching everything but the
gospel, make a great mistake. There
is nothing that draws like this old
fashioned gospel. People may be
temporarily attracted by these out
aide eabjects, but many more are
grieved ard disappointed. It is al
ways safe to preach the preaching
that is spiritual and oltNfashined- It
is the only thing that satisfies."
The Chicago negro preacher who
j advised the colored people of the
South to ply the torch to avenge the
lynching of negroes, gave soin ) very
unhealthy advice, and took mighty
good care to give it for a loog taw.
He would get his folks in trouble
while he would be Safe out of harm's
way. He might make himself yery
useful to his people if instead of giv
ing such foolish advice he came
South and started a crusade against
the ciimes which provoke lynching.
ACTIXti A NOVELIST'S CUAKCTEIt.
Mrs. Amelie Rives Chandler has
dropped the last name, by virtue of a
''Incompatibility": was the wedge
that brolse the marriage yows ot;
Amelie Rives and John Armstrong
Chandler. She applied and he made1
no resistance. "Incompatibility"
that big word comes in and' breads
marital vt ;3, and adds; two more 'to
the di -creed columiis,' drie'' tjiat 'iej
too 'arge now or. indicates that there
are too many rnshings ia where1 van J
gels fear to tread. '
..Air.eii-2 Rives' .alpha and omega.i
-no far fjj'i the public -is concerned,!
re sensations.1 She suddenly bpw
came famous about eleven -years agbj
xyhen she thrust, upon the public'' a;
'Ieveri5h volume," which he"ras'
jblea-ci io call "The QuickC ortnel
Dead.' Of ib a critic said : ;i ' '
"The book was well written; faiiji
"picUe,tI, 1: iaceseUetl rather for .tfrei
fiOi vi itvevjii t thanoi any merit!
whether hi the story itself or- thej
ctyle of the -Engliah employed in;
:eilh i:,' Altogether, it was not of j
the icri a cold, 'or careful ji3ge;
ould (-icrihe as "healthful literal
iurfc" - ' v " !
$hA made eeveral attempts since
at Lf)7 - writing, but her efforts
riaver produced the-excitement and
attention ;s'did "The (jdick or the
Dead.'" Her first effort reached, at
one bound, .thq zenith, of her career
as an authoress,
John Arbstrpp pfiandler is said
Old man Mora got a little over
$700,000 out of his $1,500,000 claim
against "Spain, which has been peuK
ing since 1870. The. remainder goes
to attorneys who appeared for him
and pushed the claim for him, .ad
vancing necessary inonry to defray
coats, etc. '
- INDUCED -
Complete Eecovery by the Use of
" Some years ago, a3 a result of too
close attention to business, my health
failed. I became weak, nervous, waa
unable to look after my interests, and
manifested all the symptoms of a de
cline. I took three bottles of Ayer's
Sarsaparilia, began to improve at once,
T H E
As good stickers, the delegates
who attended that congressional
convention, in Iowa, held for three
months, took 7,135 ballots and then
adjourned without making a choicej
are entitled to the blue ribbon.
For trver Fifty Years .
Mrs. Winslow's Sooth;ng Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It so ihes the child, sottens : the;
gums, a.ys all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the bes t remedy for'
Diarrhoea It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately.! Sold by
.Druggists , in .every, , part - of , the;
worlcL Twenty-five cents a bottlej
Be sure and ask for ''Mrs. Winslow's:
Soothing- Syrrip," and take no other)
kind. ' mw'f&w- j
A Wilmington Creel "kl a i 1 vi ay Cnrj
Jumps the Track and Injures tlireo i
WILMIXGTOK, N. C, Oct 12. ,
This : afternoon air electric' car of the;
Wilmington Street Railway jumped
the track; whilecrossing a .bridge dn'
orth .Fourth str,eet,(over jthe Card-1
lina'Cestral Railroad track, and fell
;a .distance of about. 30 feeV landing'
.upside down . on the track, There
'Were .tjjree men on the car all euiv
plpyeg of the streec car . company.
Motorman; J- ;T: RittenliQuse ; was
seriously, and it-is feared fatally, in
jured. Rivenbark, wHite,an'd,Jo'nei',
doldretl, were severely hurt, but will
recover, " The car had iust been' re-
. ; , ' ,. ' . ' .
paireci as tne snops or rner. company,
and the men were testing it'when
the accident occurred. No blame
is attached to any one. -: ;-,
MORRISON U. ,i,CAUWEL '
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CONCORD, Nr C,
Office in Morris building,opposite
Court House. , ,
and gradually increased my weight from
ono hundred and twenty -five to two
Jhundred pounds. Since then, I and my
family have used this medicine vdien
needed, and we are all in the best of
health, a fact which wo attribute to
Ayer's Sarsaparilia. I believe my chil
dren would have been fatherless to-day
had it not been for Ayer's Sarsaparilia,
of which preparation I cannot say too
much.5' IT. O. ITin'son, Fostniaster and
rianter, Kinard's, S. C.
Ayer's & Sarsaparilia
RECEIVING MEDAL AT WORLD'S FAIR.
AYER'S Pills Save Doctor's Bills,
SPECIiL Tin HITICf.
The law of North CaroliDa.
See Chapter 110 Pecs. 84, 35,
M and 37 acts of 1895 requires
every Physician, Dentist,
Lawyer and Hotel or Boarding
house keeper 'to pay a license
ta:r and take out a license,
under a penalty of thirty days
; imprisonment or line of fifty
dollars, lor failure to pay the
license tax. The law further
makes it my imperative duty
to. see that the penalty of h'f ty
dollars is inforced. 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. 2G, 1895, 2vvdw
IS JUSTAS GOO FOR ADULTS.
....... ',7 ., t 5OALATIA,lrLS.,NOV.16,1893.
Paris Medicifao Co.; at: Louis, Mo.
,'Gentleinen:-r-W.a bo14 last year, 600 bottles of
OKOVETS' TASTELESS CHILL TONIC and havo
Qjiht fttf-ee, firf .alra(3 ihis.yojir. In all cmr ex
l)6ncntfe of 14 yearsriu tha'drug business, have
.iTec 6Jld nifikirtkrle tiiat gav Em'ch uaiversal satia-
: - ' i - ) y f i i ? v '. v AB jEr, G are & co.
f: Fof said by all hruggi&te.
Yard wide Bleeched Cam
bric at 81 cents, good as
Five dollar Lace Curtains
Chenille Curtains 83.00 per
Chenille Table Covers at 08
and 98 cents.
X in Turkish bath Towels
10 cents each. Bargains in
A new lot of Napkins and
Doylies will be shown Mons
Pure Aluminum Thimbles 2
Fiye hook Corset Stays 5
Water proof Collars at 5
. Side Combs 5 cents.
Bios Velvet Skirt Binding
three for 8J cents.
Whale Bone 3 cents per
N. JS7. N. Spool Cotton 3
Bargains in Pocket Knives,
.New lot of Ladies Embroid
ered Handkerchiefs, cheap.
La Parismne Glycerine
Soap 5 cents.
Two large cakes of soap for
White Shirts 25 cents.
The best 50 cent corset in
5 JL't.C i
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D.isJ. BOSTIAN, proprie01'
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