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r, Assistant Cashier
P. P. c'
i . I). F. Cannon
J. W. Cannon,
: .! W. II. Lilly,
'-'..OND & CO.
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130 & V12 Ptarl Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N.
.Is ami Gram bought and
P.S. n ; d fcK explanatory circus
lar on ept-jilatioji, also weekly mar
ket L'tt (Free) dwly
ii'in ill HURT.
(LI TAKER'S CORNER )
I Lave opened my ME IT MAR
EEL m t'h .: Litaker basement, for
merly o'ipied by Swiuk & Day
vavlt. W jn-Ti you want nice, fresh
nit? V;' i pork, mutton, etc., call
c-2 or i vour orders to
S. L. KLUTTZ.
P. S. T rm in tho market when
beef c-it !t aLil hos are for sale.
1.XL SALT BAGS.
of al Kind
n"'oot wood always
01Hrd best prices for
sie. We invite an in-
l"''u ot all the
A Whole Life Time's Work at Onto.
The home of. John Langdon, a
weiKto do farmer, living eix miles
norf.wcat of.Dtira, Fulton county,
Ohio, ia at preset the Mecca of the
inhabitants for milea around. The
attraction, or rather the attractions,
are five bouncing boys w neb Mrs.
Langdon presented to her husband
yesterday. Tin little felloes are
well and likely to iiye. Mra Lang
don is a comely woman and twenty
six, and although she has been mar
ried fotu- years has never had any
Under the laws of Ohio the State
furnishea free maintenance and
education for the additional child or
children wh n more than two are
b)rn at a single aceouchment, and
from present appearances Mre.
Langdon has given three charges to
the State. The children average
3 pounds each.
Another of Concord to slurry .
There is pain in the announce
ment of a coming marriage in Con
cord it means that one of the town's
be3t md most excellent young ladies
is to be taken from us. In this we
all feel like protesting, but it can't
Thursday evening, handsomely
engrayed cards were issued that read
as follows :
mr and Mrs. D. Branson Col-
requests your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Doctor David A. Garrison,
Wednesday evening, November sixth,
eighteen hundred and ninety five,
at nine o'clock.
Central M. E. Church, South,
Concord, North Carolina.
B uck I en s A r ii lea Salve..'
The Best Salve in tl.e world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetterd Chappe
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay rcquied. It is
guaranteed to give &tatief action or
monev refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale at P B Fetzer's Drug
Nearly a Fire, j
About 2 o'clock Thursday night
the air was pervaded with an odor
of burning grass and leaves, but it
was an hour or longer before the
fire could be diecoyered. Mr. Will
Johnston, the night watchman, after
scarching the lots for some time, dis
covered the grass and a pi!e of old
straw burning in the rear of the
Shuman restaurant, (the old court
house let) where some one had
dumped out hot ashes. The fire had
begun to spread and had gained conv
siderable headway. Mr, Johnston
found it in time, however, to saye
pernaps a large conflagration.
Certainly You Ionl Expect "Clap
Trap" at a Kclijjious lectins.
We admire the manner in which
our Methodist brethern are conduct
ing their revival. There in no clap
trap work about it. The gospel is
preached in its purity and in its
simplicity and most earnest appeals
are made to men's hearts to accept
the truths of the gospel, Monroe
TOien Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla.
Alien she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
ben she tad Children, she gave them Castoria.
GONCOriD, N. 0., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1895.
FROM THE STATE OF WILKES, !
The Olbbs Triplets m Atlanta They
arc r2 Years Old am! ttood Looking
Men, All Married, Have Twin rhil
dren and Twin Children, and Voted
The Atlantic, Tennessee & Ohio
vestibule from Tayloiville this
morning brought m a party with
tickets to Atlanta. In the party
were R T Gibbs and T L Gibba, of
Wilkes county. They looked so
much alike that it was not possible to
i el 1 one from the other. They
weigh each 187 pounds, have a short
cropped gray mustache, and are
dresgc l alike, from hat to boots.
"We me brothers," said one of them
to tho News reporter, "icd we are
going to Atlanta to meet our other
brother, for there are three of us.
Our Atlanta brother, W W Gibb3,
moved there from the old homestead
iu Wilkes county 30 years ago. He
looks just like we do, and vveighs
the same. We are going to have a
reunion there, and may advertise
ourselves as a eample of North Caro
Continuing, the two brothers who
are going to Atlanta to see their
third brother, told the News that
their father died when the triplets
were three years old. Their mother
d'ed last June, at the ago of 94
years. The Atlanta brother has had
a pair of twins born to him. II J
Gibb3 had no twins, but one cf his
married daughters had twins. "liow
many children have you three to
gether," aaked tne reporter of one of
the men. He turned to the the
other and eaid: "Wall now, Tow,
how many haye we I've forgot."
Tom couldn't tell, either.
All three of these 62-year-old
triplets yoted for Cleveland, The
two here today were proud of the
fact that they had got a chance to
shake the hand of .the President. "I
shuck it twice,' the one named Tom
proudly exclaimed, ChnrlctteNews.
Beautifully engraved cards have
been issued announcing themaniage
of Mr. Robbins cnd Miss Gibson.
The cards read :
Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Gibson
Announce the marriage of their daughter
Mr. Frank Lee Robeins
On Wednesday, October twenty-third,
eighteen hundred and ninety-five.
Concord, North Carol i a a
after November fifth.
IS Iff ns of n Hard Winter.
The goose bone ie nearly all white
this year, and the result will be that
snow will lie on the ground from
early in December until late in
April, A long, cold winter filled
with blustering storms is ahead.
There are othei signs that confirm
this. Corn husks are unurually
thick, and chipmunks and wood
chucks r.re already fat enough to
kill. Coal is advancing and
companies are threatening to
The aboye is from an old resident
a firm believer in the goose bone
business. Greensboro Record.
The Populist Executive Committee.
They met in Raleigh Wednesday
night and the Press-Vudtcr siys this
about the presents :
"Those who were present are Sen
ator Butler, Mr Hal Aver, Secretary
to the committee, Maj Guthrie, of
Durham, Congressman Strcd, Mr.
J B Lloyd, of Tarboro, W S Barnes,
Dr. Cy Thompson, of church fame,
Ambrosial Hileman, Otho Wilson, J
W Denmark, Senator Mewborne, J J
Rogers, Spier W hi taker and Mr.
A lovely h.jme wedding wa3 the
one Thursday night at the home of
Mr. and Mr3. M E Castor, on West
Depot street, -hen their daughter,
Mie3 Uittie Castor, one of Concord's
moat excellent young ladies, w:.s
married to Mr. R033 L McConnell,
the popular young operator at the
Western Union Telegraph oface.
The marriage took place in the
parlor amidst a beautiful array of
floral decorations and in the presence
of guests and friends, who witnessed
the eventful affair that made the
two one. Mr. Herman Kocdiqer, of
Charlotte, with Miss Sallie Castor,
sister of the bride ; and Mr. D B
Castor and Miss Carre Neisler,
courin.? of the I ri.'e, were the only
attendants, Rev. M G G Scherer,
of St. James Lutheran church, per
formed the ceremony, which was
short aud impressiye, after which
the guests repaired to the dinning
hall where an ehgaut supper was
served. Both Mr. and Mrs. McCon
nell are popular and are favorites
among the young people of the city
and haye the best wishes of their
friends for long, continued hap
piness. They were recipients of
many handsome and costly presents.
They will reside at Mr. Castor's for
A Widower in Iredell County.
The following i3 said to have oc
curred in Iredell county recently;
A widower was at the fdtar for
the fourth time. During the mar
riage service the eound of sobbing
came from the rear of the family
group, and an astonished guest in
quired, '-Who is the woman in tears?
Is it some old Ihme?" "That's the
cook," answered one of the children,
' She always c ie. when papa is mar
ried." Wouldn't Tnlte Warning.
A young traveling man (we with
hold his name) representing a Rich
mond house, struck town Thursday,
and finding himself quite lonely and
discontent in tne afternoon, the
young sport secured a bicycle and
proceeded to take in the town. He
I was warned not to ride unon the
sidewalks, but thinking the town
just one size smaller than himself,
he heedgd not the warning. Atter
enjoying a p'easant ride oyer our
lovely sidewalks and reviewing the
loyely residences and lawns on Main
street, the young fellow was enter
tained at the Mayor's office for a
ahoit while, and before bidding ' His
Honor" adieu he donated $5,35 to
the town treasury.
Peiicd the Outfit.
Wednesday afternoon, Azel Rush,
a Wilkes county man, arrived at Bob
Wallace's place, at Eastfield, wi h a
load of whiskey for Charlotte. Rush
?aid h:3 ream was played out, and
asked Mr. Wallace to give him a lift
to Charlotte. Mr. Wallace said he
was coming to Charlotte today for
cotton bagging and ties, and would
haul Rush's whiskey in for him.
This morning Wallace and Rush
c;;T.e to towu in a buggy. Behind
them "as Mr. Wallace's team and
wagon hauling the Wilkes ceunty
man's whiskey. Deputies King and
Graham met the war;on on the road
a iv I foucd 8om?thiDg crooked about
the whiskey. They seized che whole
outfit, Ua.ii, wagon and all, and
that's the sort of a scrape Mr. Wal
lace has got into by giving Mr. L'ush
a friendly lift to town. Thursday's
Wiiohe KO. l,;ifs
n5T?7 VV.Dukc "cr.s .TtCaX-
COFFINS ,' c:.
I ha va now in sleek iu,- i 'ma
Opposite the court ho a i r v-k-ii-did
line of weU-iu.iu 3r, i citr.r
Bed Steads, T
I d-fy coojpotiu-.ii i - .j
quality and pric-. i: ' -.. hL..
surprised whui .vou li- . . i..y pii cos
Come and see. If net i'i itock:
can suppiy you ju a f-v. L
have a nice iun1 of
at prices that will surp: I.
keep a full .-line on hau
mediate supply. 1 buy
and run my planicg reach - ?. and
all persons who wish art Ib-sr
in this line, will do well to call
and see m.
Very Rtspeclfoh y '
J. T. Pounds.
Concord, N. C. July 13 V'.'o.
Having: transferred l Fi.ro li;
surance business to Alexis, li 3
Woodhouse and B E Hanis, I coir
mena them to any who may bo ia
need of firo insurance, iiv! lyvbCk
fcr them a liberal vatronro.
J. W- Bum...-:-
We have assumed the Fire Insur
ance business of Mr.J.W. .Burkhsistf,
comprising the agencies lor -tvenvl
first-class and well established ccni"
panies, and respectfully solicit ' x
liberal share of business in Mj at lice.
WOODUOUSE k il.i iui.
August 2C. t:
COAL FOR SALE
HART) OOA I,
Best Coal in the Sou tit.
. Orders tal;en to Q E Fiber's
store, ox gho'ii tOTTiy driyis,
or at my office will be promp.
ly attended to.
K. L. C R A
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