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XI. No. 152.
CONCOPL N. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1895.
Whole NO. 1.380
jNJ) SALT BAGS
BOUND OVER TO COURT.
lutta Is Held Bona l,O00-Giveu
Tuesday's Durham Sun: Yesier' Majority.)
NO WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE.
The Proposition Toted Down In the
South Carolina Convention by a Big:
of al Kind
Four-Foot wood always
wonted best prices for
same. We invite an in
spection of all the goods
day was a day of excitement for
Durham. Last night seemed like a
lull after a terrific storm or the
calmness whicifollows a hard
Still the air was full of apprehen
sion and everybody felt a tinge of
expectancy, which caused them to
move around with more or less alert
ness and stop to liften to every wild
and idle rum ur thafwas discussed
on the street corners.
The trial of A A Latta, for arson,
which had been on all day and was
still on when the Sun went to press
yesterday afternoon wa's concl&ded
about 5 o'clock. lMayc&jay bound
him over to the n&t term of court
under a justified bondof $1,000. He
gave bond with Messrs, E J Line-
berry, Thoma3 H Martin and J G
Latta, his father, as bondsmen and
Columbia, S. C, Oct. 29. The
convention today voted down the
woman suffrage amendment by a
moat decisive vote of 121 to 26. The
whole morning session was given up
to the discussion the question,
Geo. D Tillman made a great
speech in advocacy of the amend
ment, claiming that the enfranchise
ing women with a property qualifi
cation the white people could carry
the elections by fair and honest
methods and by no other way could
they do it. He characterized the
sufferage plan of Senator Tillman as
a temporary fraudulent makeshift,
which would not endure.
Weddings and Reception.'
Mr. and Mrs. John Bost and Miss
Callie Beard, airived last night from
Salisbury, and, after spending the
night at the St. Cloud, left this
morning for the home of the
groom's father, Mr. Martin L Bost,
in No. 9 township, accompanied by
a large number of friends who
went out to atttend the mar
riage of Misa Lizzie Bost to
Mr. S G Daniels, of Littleton,
which occurred at 3 o'clock. After
the ceremony this afternoon the
bridal parties enjoyed an elegant
reception to Mr. aiid Mr, John
Bost and Mr. and Mrs. Danniels.
Mr, and Mrs. Daniels will pass
through the city tonight for Little
ton, their future home.
M0KK1SOX H. CALDWEL
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CONCORD, N. C.
OiEce in Morris building, opposite
Fell Under the Train.
Tuesday night when the second
section ot No. 35, Southbound passs
enger train arrived, two ladies,
whose names we could not learn,
were to stop at this place and as the
train rolled by the usual stopping
place before ccming to a standstill
the ladies thought of course they
would be carried by aud jumped
from the platform, falling under
the steps of the train and narrowly
escaped being caught under the
wheels. A large numbei of people
witness- d the thrilling incident,
which caused a flutter of intense excitement,
Register of Deeds Weddington has
issued nearly one and a half dozen
marriage license this month, eleven
whites and five blacks, which are as
JJ Whites: Wm. G Maynard, Miss
Verna Troutman: Jason C Misen
heimer, Miss Missouri Suther; James
D Mills, Miss Emma Moo3e; John L
Safrit, Miss Mary J Laughlin; James
F Allman, Miss Annie Deal; H W
Tucker, Mis3 Laura Holshouser;
Frank L Bobbins, Miss Mary Grace
Gibson; Ross L McConneil, Miss
Hattie A Castor; John V Winecoff,
Miss Loula B LaughliD; Worth P
Barnhardt, Miss Alice M Beaver;
Samuel G Daniel, Lizzie A Boat.
Blacks ThVmas Reed, Ella
Bost; Andrew McMechens, Sarah
Martin; Thomas Cowan,
Houston; Frank Radchiff,
Pharr; Benjamin Eryin,
Beware of every man who is hon
est only because it is his best policy.
From a letter written by Rev. J
Gunderman, of Dimondale, Mich.,
we are permitted to make this ex
tract: "I have no hesitation in rec
ommending Dr. King's New Dis
covery, as the results were almost
marvelous in the case of my wife
While I was pastor of the Baptist
unurcn at luves Junction sne was
brought down with Pneumonia sue
ceeding La Grippe. Terrible
paroxysms of coughing would last
hours with little interruption and it
seemed as n sne could not survive
them. A. friend recommended Dr
iving's New Discovery; it was quick
in its work and highly satisfactory
in results." Trial bottles free at
Fetzor's drug store, Regular size
50c rnd Si. 00,
"Then Baby was sick, vre gave her Castoria
AThen she vas a Cliild, she cried for Castoria.
VThen she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
I . M , ARCHE Y M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Concord, N, C.
OFFICE: ST, CLOUD ANNEX,
JN0. R- ERWIN. C- A- MTf ' HEIMER
EH WIN & MISENRi i MEK
Physicians and Sur:: as
' Office No. 3. Hartv hii'V p. fin
posite 2nd Preabvtfirif. ( -hnivh
Charlotte. N. C
HAMMOND & O.
130 & 132 Pearl Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Stocks, Bonds and Gram bought see!
sold, or carried on Margiu.
P. S. Send for explanatory circus
lar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwly
0 Mil QUI Ml
COKCORD, N. C.
Fitzshnmons are not allowed
ripen In Texas aud Arkansas.
J. M. Odbll, President
D, B. Ccltrane, Cashi t.
L. D. Coltrane, Assista t Cf:shwr
J. M. Odell, P. E Cannon
Elam King, J. W. yrsoir,
W R. Odell, W. H, r :
L). B Coltr
I We wish to announce to the public of
- AND -
mmam -j-j i w-v-v
We have taken up quarters m the vacant store room, opposite the National Bank building, of
Concord, known as the
J.italver Building, Corner Main and Depot Streets,
where we will open on or about NOVEMBER 1st, 1805, with an extensive line of
VERY FINE AND MEDIUM GRADE CLOTHING
A. Ml- .
r,T?KFT FURNISHINGS HATS, AND SHOES HBOs
"overeeen on the counters in Concord. WAIT FOR OUR OPENING, NOVEMBER i, 1S05. 3
CONCORD, N. C.
we will also handle a line of all kinds and makes of sliot
fes and rifles, repeating and single.