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C0KC01U N. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24,
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;k. Assistant Cashier
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t). F. Caxxon
J. Vv . Cannon,
W. H, Ltlly,
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city, n. y.
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a Ly Swiuk iV; Day
yo: j v ;m nice, frosli
V. mutt on, etc., cull
-at eiders to
S. L. KLUITZ.
in thfi market when
i Iu!;s are for sale.
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LIBERTY AND FREEDOM
Mormon EIrtori Have the KiUt lo
I'rencli, Nays Kolieiior lou, Km
CKizciis Also Have ll.e KIffut to
Hosp, ( tf ully Protest,
Solicitor Pou arrived m the city
esterday, on bneiness connected
with the court. A reporter soon
forvnd him, and interviewed him res
guiding his probable action in con
nection with the protest presented
the other day by the four Mormon
elders to Governor C&rr. Mr. Pou
suid he had only read the ccount
contained in the News and Observer
of Tuesday ; that he hud &o ft:r io
chived no comraunic ition ciiher
from the Governor or from Judj-e
Coble. From the statement contain
ed in the poper he said hp prcsuujtd
the mat ter would be referred to him.
The solicitor said further that un
less the Mormon brethren could
show that a conspiracy has been
formed to force them to leave the
community, he could not see. how
the signers of the protest could be
"In this great country of ours,"
said the Solicitor, "iilerty and free
dom are evenly bestowed, like the
rain and tha de?7. As long a3 the
Mormon elders obey the law they
are entitle.! to preach fieir doctrine,
but at the same time any number of
citizens may respectfully protest
against such preaching and may
even go so far as 10 "request tr.
brethren to quit the community and
btstow tiu blessings of their doc
trine upon some other communny
and yet not violate the la v. I have
re&d the paper presented :o the Gov
ernor and I fail to' perceive i.ny
threat therein and I lc.c that it U
'signed by ceyeial wjH krown .de
m en, sjtie ot them mhnerc of the
grspel, who would rcrhspa be a? far
from violating the law as the Mc :oit
brethren,ev3n. I f-.-el that so far as the
State is concerned there is nothing
to be done at present, Ic there
shall be any conspiracy formed, or
any injury done the Mormon
brethen, 1 promisa them that so far
as lies in me, they sh tll have tho
same protection as any citizen of the
county of Wake."
Mr. Pou thinks the Mui-mcna :ire
undu'y sensitive and suggests that
St. Paul would have hardly taken
fright at so slight provocation,
"Since that protest was written,"
he said, "two of the Mormons, Elder
Carter and Elder Smith, have struck
my to v?n,SmithGeld, ud they app?ar
to have been well fed and aired for
inW ike county,from which they had
jut come. There have been gentle
hinfs at Smithfield that these elders
might find more attractive Holds of
labor elsewhere, but the citizens of
Johnston have not yet gone so far as
to make a formal request to them to
leave the county." Raleigh News
- Vedrrri'day moruir a young
w;3.eau-glH in a rabbit gum nrar the
poor house and at night about
tery n:en rnd boys and eight or
ten dogs weu't from the city and
ioined another crowd awaiting. them
for a-chase. Mr, Fox was turned j
lone and within less than haif pu
hour t!w tlyjHtle'fellow evaded its
rersuers and" got away. The inn
was not a gocd one, but the chase
waVel. joyed by. all the enthusiasts.
DEATH IN SALISBURY,
st rs. John Allen Brown Takes Fright
at a Frightened Horse, uinns lrom
Her IJuj-y anI Kuimires a Uiooil
Salisbury, Oct, 23. The ton
wa3 violently shocked shortly after 7
o'clock tonight at the news that
Mrs. J Allen Brown had been killed.
She was out driying late this aftei
noon with her little son John, and
had reached the side gate at her
home aud was about to drive in
when a part of the harness broke,
falling on the horse, causing it to
kick. Mrs. Brown became alarmed
and jumped out, falling backwards
on the cireet, rupturing, it is sup
posed, a b'ood vessel in her he-id,
Fnenus ran to her assistance ana
Dr. McKenzie, who was near, was
called and rendered medical aid but
could do her no good. She became
partly conscious for a short while
and when asked where she was hurt
pointed to her head. The accident
recurred about 5:30 o'clock. The
affair is a moat distressing one,
nothing so shocking h-e occurred
here in years. The news spread
like wild lire and many expre sion of
grief haye been heard. The little
bo7 was unhurt and had Mrs.
Brown remained m the pi a? ton she '
would not have h pn in in red Tha!
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horse sue was driving telonged to
her husband and was gentle. Mrs.
Brown leayes eight children to
mourn her sudden and tad death.
Fvideisee irot StioiiK Enough.
L;ite Vednesday afternoon E:.q.
W J lliil htid arraigned before him
one Spencer Adams, colored, charged
with remoying cotton beionsdnp- to
Wesly Ford from Ford's bin to h's
v u ni ui-iu nuuse or lur. rnnriam
j'igaiiist Adam?, but their stories
were weas ones, and tor lack of
evidence to conyicr, the case war.
discharged. Both negroes live on
Mr. Fisher's plantation.
Cost Only a Little to Hee a Fine Ilaee.
The Southern Railway will sell
round trip tickets to Reidsvilie for
3.05, on occasion of the race be
tween John 11 Gentry and Joe
Patchen which occurs thereon Oct.
This is cheap traveling a: t many
will avail themselves cf the oppor
tunity to see these two magnificent
Thrown From a Vaa,on.
James .Hawkins is the name of
the man that was so violently thrown
from a one-horse dray wagon cf Mr.
James Holshouser thi3 (Thursday)
morning; at Brown's brickyard. Sir,
Hawkins waa standing in the rear
end of th- wa on loading .brick
when the horse made a da?h for
ward, landing -he rin .an hio hed
and arm on a pile cf brick frag
ments several yards from the W'igeu,
The horse ran as far as the-depot
btfore it "could be s opprd, which
was tffec ted just in time to save a
collision, there being a number of
dray wogous'backe i up at lv. ) v:-t-forra.
IFawkioV arn was not
broken, but badly sprained and hi3
head and face consideraoly bruised
'Mien Baby was sic-, vo gave her Caster': --.
Alien she was a CIijld. shp criad for Castom.
When she became s!.e cxn to Castrin.
T4"aen she bad Children, she gave tbern Castoria,
ATTACKED THE BOSS,
A Convict Vsoh Cord Wood and Has
To lie Shot on;
Wednesday morning out $n the
Mt. Pleasant road where the chain
gang is at work, Supt. Gt o, Barn
hard t was attacked by one of the
He picked up a piece of cord wood
from under a wash pot and attacked
Supt. Bernhardt with the end that
had fire on if.
The convict h;d the big advantage
and wa3 about to do Mr. Barnhardt
up and would have done serious
work, had not guard Sid Barnhardt
come to the rescure. The convict
could not he stopped in his murder
' us assault until Guard Bernhardt
shot him. The f not was not serious
but piinful. The shot were little
fine ones. The convict cau not sit
down for some time.
Up to the time of the insurrection
west of town, the gang was under
complete control. Then tha liars
put in thjeir work and forced the
commissioners to investigate. Since
then the meanest of the gang are
constantly courting trouble it
would haye been far better for tA)f
had the commissioners turned a deaf
ear to the complaints, which proved
The Street Evangelist.
The darkedbearded, darkeyed,
bow-legged street eyanc;elist that
struck town Monday, held a service
on the public square Wednesday
He preaches, exhorts, appeals,
pray.3, cff ;rs tracts and then sa)3 if
you want, to py for therr 'll right;
if nuc, Like tii.-m, you are welcome
to t! em.
lit; said ho had been three weeks
:a iiisoury at. 1 coamn 6 ?et a sir-
g'e man to r-aounx- tb- devil and
conv out and stand with id u in the
streets aDd tvc:. jh the gol.
in outwn-J appearance of
groat piety uA "sacrilico" on his
pirf; but if he quit , good carpenter
! business as he chums for tha little
g-.od he can hope to accomplish, at
his present trade, he showed mighty
He say3 ?on-3 good things, but
uuder it all is a tccialistic feature.
If he tries to make people dissatiss
M;d with their sinful condition all
right, but when he attacks indus
ri )tl enterprises and tries to make
tl.) people dissatisfied with their
v-ork employment, he is doing
He refers to clerks complaining
and laborers complaining, etc. a
kind cf calamity chapter but he
forgets that thi re are mutual rela
tions and dutieV going and duties
Tin: Standard hori s th3 cvange
:V dj -70d.
in -..soi'a i..i:iyi'.ie
means of. getting one man to cbaoge
his ' w3j r hut man couldn't read.
And' he came out and pruched the
lie hfts good lung no v. a s7et,
gentle night.-air voicf , vf. jeful jes
and with his h J. his head
fjlistens under tl,
II(ie!in"s Arnica Sr.lvi-.
The Bt't .Jve in ;.-?
-ever coi'-c, 'jl'c r.terd Uhyppe
Chilblains, Oorns and all
id positively cures
no iav leoui-ed. It tn
gr.cV. inteed to give stuti:faction r'r
monsv refunded. Pnc? 25 cents n-
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KV--'--,' THE AMERICA!- ?'. C'X CZ JD ';
DUFiHAh, N.C. U.S.A. V "
mm Mam eeg&s
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I have now in sfceck ct my .com.?
opposite tho court hone- a s;),v.--did
line of welKmadc '"i
Bsd Steads, lY.bleo,
I defy compaiit.io'1 i.: ag. i ...
quality mid pne . : v-. i I
surprised when you rear u-.y pricf-y
Come and see. It Ttot iV..V-;V
cau supply yi; 'n :i i'c v , , i
have a nice lino oi
at pricey that wiii ixxi-jil .( ;a. i
keep a full : line t-u hanu i . ; ii
mediate supply. 1 bnj
and run my planing maeh;;;;f , r,D'l
all persons wlio i?h nn; 1 h...";
in this line, will do vqf V6 c1J
and see me.. ... .
Concord. N. G. July 13, lf-'-'ft v
Ha via? dransferrec! my r ire
euranc business to Me;.w, H I
Yroodhouse and B E Hmit:., 1 : j;,:s
mena them to v. ho,laa"5 iv ' :
need of fire insurance, md -Jpii k
for them a liberal atroriage".
J. W. Bct.i. .:.
Wo have cesnmed' tho riie Jr.
anco business ofTdr.J.AV. .iir !
comprising the asreuciefH :lp scv-' i it
first-class and well establi: I .
panics, and lespectfuily i'o1 :c : a
liberal sh av o f b u bi u ss i n i L . i '. ' ' . o,
WoomrorsE A:. -lusust
COAL FOR iiALr
TT T"T 1. T
SMITH iA)A L
Ee?it Coal in thy Sou l a
Orders tak-n to O E V:---
! tore, or given to my dii
!or at my office will be pron
! Jv attended to,
K. L. CRAVE
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Utiseuid thai toe urvnt&a -y
at P B Fetzr'd Drug
hindered the degs scenting.