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Ul-noin N. C, MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1S05.
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r SALT BAGS
Taken Hint from JInry.
Mary had a little lan- 1,;
You do nor, look furpv,;
Of course y. u do fvr .. .
Been widely adei., 1
And something yon nry b ara from
If you are not a cl.-.n.;
You can be just as widely known
Your name can be a ho toehold r.rrd ed si a-
A Ipsierte fliaraotor.
Salisbury World ; Officer Pace was
saulted by Henry Forrest, a!so
cohered, cf Concord, to arrest the
later yesterday afternoon. Mr. Pnee
found Forrest in the alley between
Ritch's bar and S wink's store, But
Forrest determined not to be arrest-
shed with his knife riht and
And you be known so v.v)I
That folks will conOdc Jy i:
The thirgs you ha v.1 io tell
And when you once have got yourself
Into the cheering n;w.
On the sunlight of prl-l;ci -: ,
Yon bet your life it r au?,
Pni.rb' Til' k
j left. Mr. Pace finally grappled with
iui.j iiuu i;e Kuii res'?'ea orount
Ms billet into j-Iay as means of per-
jsaa-jion. Bat the billet broke and
c f al Enid
' t wood always
i . 1Ast prices for
W'e invite an iir
v. of all the roo lis
Vol. Ti-i!5i n 51 Ias
j Some time ?go TnRip Sncll, E-q.,
of Green aboro, started to Bule;gh.
On the way he got a knee arid r: hip
dene up pretty considerably. He
carried an accident policy and for
this little irregularity the ccii'ipuny
ent him two $140 checks.
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ON M. r l UVVKL
:;V;V AT LAW,
;roi;n, N. C.
!--r: hnildln. rppn-ite
Col. Dockpry Wants to !e Governor, j
Co?, 0 II Doekery, who was here !
at the fair, 13 an avowed candidate
for fhe Fu?ion ncaination for Gov
ernor. He told Ci l OMh that JSpier
Whitaker and Buck Kitchen tell
him that he was really elected in
1SSS, but was swindled out of it.
The Democratic campaign of that
year was in charg? of Whitaker and
Kitchen. Raleigh Observer.
If there wa3 a theft it was per
petrated bv those who haye Janded
wh-vre thi.-7 bolcnir.
At tho l air.
Bilelgh Kq'u-3 and Couia , "A
long Dominica rooster, hatched out
by an old yalier hen of no par icular
parentage, got into a light vruh one
of the blue bred Jersey r.t .gs. TK
Dominica put in a neat upp r cut
on the incubator dude mid tioorrd
him, saying at the same tine, "take
that, you d n son of a stove.
tbe darkey wa3 in the act of bring-
fir.g the knife across Mr. Pace's
throat when the latter pulled nis
pistol ami hit him on the he-1 with
the butt of it. Instantaneously the
picsiol we n off and the ba'l entered
above the darkey's eye and came out
at the top of his head. Mr. Pace
called iu assistance and it required
three or four men to get him in the
lock up. Evon ; ffer he had been
P'tt ii :.he caia:,ucse he jui?3p(-d on
Mr. Jno. I Shaver's back.
Dr. S ' Wr;! t wn.3 c J!-! 5- .r.-i
dressed the wounds which are .not 1 mpoii, .v jiarnasce.
Yv'ilraingtoa Star: Theccmmuniiy
wi'l hear with regret of the de.nh cf
Mrs. Eiien Sayogc. wife cf Col. A
fred M. Waddell. 1 he sad event
occurred yesterday evening 7
o'clock at the residence of the family
in this city. Mrs. Waddcil v::is she
youngest daoghtcrof the lite Mr.
Timothy Sayage and sister of Mr a. Z
Latimer and Mr. Henry Savage of
Wilmington and Col 'Edward Savage
of New Yrork.
Coxey 15 stiiJ in the rir;- r
eruor of Ohio. It "v eo 1
pelf with making his ringing ?
on Sanday, as that's the or
that people will spare time t ;
tr-.- - V.t J ', ' .
Forrest is a desperate man aed
had been iuyolyed in a difficulty wiih
Mr. Will Menrs, of Linwood, in the
morning, and had it not been for
the interference cf Tom Yaner
ford, Jr he would haye cut Mr.
Mears, Mr. Pace ia o'ie of the best
and morit conservative officers Sal
iebury ever hnd and he jeopardized
hv own h?2 V. not using his pi?t- 'run away affair, the girl ci taken
Saturday night about 10;30
o'clock Pu-gister WedeinWoa was
called on at tht- jail to go to his office
and issue a marrmge license to John
Hathcoek and Miss Mattie Phillips,
both of Ifterson's mill. Mr. Wed
dingtcn did r.ot cofaply with the r:
qupt. however, and therefore pre-
?.. the ake-" i :
DURHAM, N.C. U.S.A.
MADc FRO M
f a K? w ' i t fi F4, $
ven ine ujiunr 01 1 3 raij c.
1 rVl 1 1 1 f- TXT A rtn V 1 . , . . ,1. .
at the beginning. In yiew of these
farts the very bad spirit eho-.vu by
some of Forrest's race over the flair
away from Cnnderland ITa'l school
unaei ih pretense of sickness in her
fmilv only f-w miles awn7. Both
WAVn P..Oy v.-ns sirli. v. o gave her Ca- t ' rfa.
Alien so was a C'niM. .-Vlie cried for Ca. '. orlx.
When s!:e became she- clumr to C-itori.i.
"Taen she had Cb:ni:-2, she gave tiieiCastcria, ) is higldy censurable. Forrest va i nv.v.i aod w,)ni:.n h ive returned to
committed to j nl this morning and
is getting alone: very well,
their rrsr-r-orivo honrs, not married,
but with lots of romaut'-c ::perienc.
CoilCOKi . K.
J. M. Odelt,
fj. D. CoLTMAJ'h. .
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J. M. Odell, D. P. ;
Elai Ki.ng, .1. w.
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D. B (.V.irv;,;.
I We wish, to announce to the public of feUI
We have t-. ken up q-.r.rt;
Concord, knov. n as the
:n the vacant 3 tore room, cppo3'te the' ICanonai ywk building, of
Li taker i3uiicLiria Corner iViciin ana uepos; otreets,
where T?e will open on or sbotst NOVEMDiJii 1st, l&W, v,i,h as ' esteuiive liaa of
rt:v-VERY FINE AND MEDIUM GRADE CLOTHING
'oinrr v ill h-v in rtock is manufactured l!AMHUUGENr, SUKAUSS, SOHLOSS BU03., ar.d v sch fie.. clothing makers. This clotfc-gVe ; ;.
" Concord and FurcundiL-g community at 'i'Vil-:"T Y-FJ VhJ PEPt CENT, lees than the mwifrcixsr,: ). ?- PfO'do, who value their money, will ccri ,
iniC We'wiil sell'you an r.U wool suit from 8-i 50 to $15 that vcuki cst you esehere from 10 i26. Air.on. our oM.er lin.s ve will har.ale t ic 'u., j.
GENTS' FURNIRH1NGS HATS, AND SHOES BH3k
1 2T WAIT FOR OUR OPENING, NOVEMBER i; !80..
. 5 1 t " A W . "ST" ev
especuuiiy yours, -j. oia'.fe'i4iu,
P. S. we will also
CONCORD, N. C.
and makfis of sti)
J ' Jl 1
s and rifles, repealing ana smgie.