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CO.NC03L N. CM SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1S95.
Whohe NO. I.oH;
r- r TV'u'.al presents and
, ' .,r--nt? in Sterlimr and
i'v.". OXYX TA1U.ES AND
V-lW: Fiv. o'clock lea kct-
tv"j"A I'rticelets, Diamond
Vaichu; and Jewelry.
U(:o'l to s?c us and we will
?il0v." V(,u tlje most complete
, ' ;io cooils that have
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"Visited all the Tnniuhina Trn,a,i
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Flye Miles to Paj UfrTaxes.
Sheriff Job n A Simp wour.d np
bis tix collecting tours on Wednes
day, October 30, and speaks as if
highly pleased with the success be
bad. The sheriff eays as an evidence
of general good feeling and proa
perity, everybody has more money
this year and are in better condition
DURRANT FOUND GUILTY. FOOLING OVER A MATTER.
A Dramado Scene Between Himself
ami MotSier os tafce Verdict js An
neuueet!. San FfuiTcisco, Nov. 1. Theo
dore Durrant murdered Blanche La
monr. That was the verdict of' the
jury in the case this afternoon. The
jury was out 28 minutes. When
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than formerly and that the country. mlu "
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men, as well as townsmen, are hap
pier and more content. "When in
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io. iu townsnip iasi weune.uay,
saya the sheriff, "a very striking in
eident occurred. It was the prompt
beside his counsel conversing with
bis mother and several of her lady
friends. As soon as Mrs. Dnrrant
learned that the jury was coming in,
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ness c: a colored woman. .
A r i fi , gaity and a look of dread came to
60 years of ace, who walked . ...
Concord, N. 0.
J, 11 0:1.1,
live mile3, to and from the place I
rtnee of this kind in tb:s day and
time is singular indeed, for it is sel
dom, if ever, anyone walks that far
to pay a debt. This aged colored
woman deserves worthy mention for
her promptness and her custom, as
she does the same thing every year.
in anotner column ne mates a
cUl that all, in arrears, would do
well to heed. He proposes to carry
out the law.
A Yonnjf r.: Cits in Jail for For&
izig n ejecL ort a Ret.
Morgaziton Herald: A younr man
giving his name as Charly llajnolds.
from Lincolnton, who came to Moi
canton several weoks ago, on last
Thursday stopped into tho stcro of
D B.Mali & Co., near the depot,
and became engaged in a conversa
tion with Mr-1 Lee Mull. During
the conversation he bet Mr. Mull a
dollar that ho couid draw a check
oa the Piedmont Bank in the name
of JJ B Mull & Co., present it and
get the money on it, Mr, Mull took
the bet and save Reynolds a blank
check. Reynolds drew the check
for $18.50, went to the bank and got
the money on it. He carried the
j money back, offered it to Mr, Mull
and claimed bis dollar. Mr. Mull
refused to accept the amount of the
check and notified the bank that
the .check had been forged- The
officers cf the bank had Reynolds
arrested on the charge of forgrery,
and aftor remaining in jail several
days he was tried last Tuesday be-
-caraPttitP 1111 iMimiiiiijMA,-L:-igr-tis:r
her face which was not reflected in
that of her eon. He stocT.lly
watched the jurymen a? they took
their seats as if to get from their
features the import of the verdict
which their early return portended.
When Foreman Button pronounc
ed th9 verdict of guilty of murder in
the first degree the large audience
which had listened in perfect sii.nce
for the words he was to utter, rose
and uttered a veil which echoed far i forQ Eeqairo E 1 Cobb and bound
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D. F. Oat'tton
J. W. Cannon,
W. H, Lilly,
Woman Arrested for Peddling: With
I bav - v:?;ted every township in
lb? cc;;u .Jier due notice of time
snl )vc . lor the purpose of coK
lecti.g ti-'ei as the ltw requires. I
ffi'-l be in my ofllce hereafter, and I
respectf- I:;- uro the tax payers to
ccm forward and pay their taxes,
as the law comnels me to collect
e r:k: t'. si has heretofore been res
i-'ire ! of .--iv-rifTs. I notify tax my
tr t'.i: ! will (positively) on No-,
member 35th begin to levy and
advertire property for sale for tsxes.
JOHN A. SIMb,
t d of Fire Insurance,
u, or write. VV e repre
iirst-ciatis Home and iTor-
WOODHOUSE tfc KARRI3.
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out in the corridors. Mc.:t of tho.i
in the audience wero vomen. The
face of the accused's mother was
averted as she had nerved herself for
For the p-oc seyeral months par- the ordeal; but though possessed of
tie3 living arcund the factories in marvelous courage a cry burst from
this city have been complaining of her lipe, followed by an hysterical
being annoyed by peddlers, and the burst of sobs.
matter was laid before the an.thon- As be lietened ' intently to the
ties. Friday morning Sheriff Sims words which sealed his fate, Dur-
was notified tliat a strange woman rant partially rose fiom hia seat.
was peddling jewelry and. other nr- The look on nis face was one of de
tides over the city and upon :nves fiance and it was apparent that he
tigation, he fonnd her at Forest had it in mind to addre3 the jury.
Hill, and she having no license, ar- The first cry from his mother
rested her. He had considerable changed his mind, if he had such
trouble in making her understand intention. He sat down, turned to
that she was required to have license I his mother and took her fondly in
furnished her by the state and his arms. She rested her head on
county before she could be allowed his shoulder and with his left arm
to peddle her stuff, but with the aid about her slender form he held her
ot Mr. John Earnhardt, a young m a tender embrace, with ins right
carpenter of the city, he succeeded hand stroking her hair. He seemed
in brininr the woman and her oblivious to the fact that a verdict
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parcels down town. After reaching which meant death to him had been
Esquire Hills' office, she was made returned, oblivious to everything ex
to understand that she would have cept the weeping woman who had
to produce $10 for license, forfeit sat patiently by his nde through the
her goods or: go to jail. The woman long trial, cheering him with words
stated that she had no money, and of hope. If his display was of
that the goods were the property of nerve, it was marvelous, and if of
another and went to jail rather than callousness to any but filial sensa-
give them up. She is a native tions, it was equally maryelous.
Svrian and save har name as Mary Durrant takes the yerdict coolly
Sharp. She hails from Charlotte, and. says he has not yet lost hope.
and has often been Been in the city, His aitorney will appeal to the b
usually in company with a man
over to tho next te.m of 'Burke Su
perior Court. Failing to give bond
a -ft t -w ,
he was remauaed to jail, it seems
from the evidenco in tho case that
there was no intention on the part
of Reynolds to forge the check Tor
gain, and it is unfortunate for the
fellow ia getting'into such a muddle.
Physician and Surge
Concord, Nr. C.
OFFICE: ST, CLOUD
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JN0. R. ERWIN. C A- KnEN'.-L'Ttl;
EH WIN & MIS EN 11 EI M"
Physicians and Surteor.bj
Office No. 3. Harty bmldV , op
nosite 2nd Presuyicmu . ' v
Charlotte. N C
MORRISON 1L OALi)
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
CONCORIJ, N. C.
Office in Morris buildir, ?-:?:osit
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Tlie Discovery Nnvcd His I.lfe.
Mr. G Caillouette, druggist,
Borversville, 111-, says:
Durrant will be sentenced next
Friday, and the time then fixed for
th3 murder of Minnie Williams.
Wentljer Report loir the Itlonth of Oc
The Standard thanks Dr. Lud
wig, of Mt. Pleasant, for the follow
ing report :
Highest temperature 81, on the
6th and 7th.
Lowest temperature 29, on th
Warmest day, t.yt.age tempera
ture, 66, tho 7ti.
Coldest !ay, averse temperature
44, the 31st.
Greatest range 41 on 2nd and 23.
Average temperature for month
Fir3t frost, iigh, on 1st.
First frost, killing, on 2nd. f
Fro3t occurred on the 1, 2,1 3, 10,
11, 18, 21, 22 and. 29.
Ice formed on 1, 55, 10, 11, 21
There were 19 clear, iair, and 8
Rain fell on 7 days, to wit : on 7,
S, 11, 25, 27, 30 and 31st.
Total rainfall for month 1.35
incb"i of which 1.04 inches fell on
30th and 31st
RAINFALL FOR THE YEAR.
St. Andrews LuHk rvn J
Cannoviile Rev H. A. licC cn 7V
pastor. Sunday School rt J a.
m,, every Sunday. Preaching every
lt Sunday at 11a. m. an 3t.i and
4th Sundays at 3:30 p. iv.
Baptist Church Rev. tT. O. Aiders
man, pastor, services cv. ? bbaih
at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. ?n. V 'u"hy
school every Sunday at 9:.
Prayer meeting every
night at 7:C0 o'clock. Public cor ¬
All Saints Episropai chu'h Rev .
J. C. Dayis, rector- Morning ;rvvica
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. a.
school at 10 a. m. Praye r
day at 4 p. in
Forest .Hilll church, .Sol:
For Over Fifty T ear s.
H.C. U. . A. "
H.C. IIS. .
King's New Discovery I owe my Mrs. Winelow's Sooth1 ng Syrup ass
life, Was taken with .La urippe Dee0 ecd for over uty years by
and tried all the physicians for miHi0ns of mothers for their children
1- 1 1 U..I aF via fiTrni Otifl tro Ql i -,1 p i
miie g auoui, uui ui iu " while teething, wicn perrecc eucceji,.
given up and told I could not live. u soothe3 the chnd, aoitena iht
naviuii- .- .v,,--j anrn?- D vvrt a 1 nam. cures
M. A. Smith, pastor. Pr: v Z at
11 a. m, and 7:30 p.m. Su; i':?y school
at 9:15 a. in. Prater mevii-. every
Saturday at 7:30 p. in, The public
cordially invited. Epwortlx l eague
meeting at 7 p. m,
St. J.aiics Lutheran churrh - Rey,
M, G. G- Scherr,-past v;ces
ev.-.-.ry Lord's Day at 11 o A a. m.
tnd 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting and
lecture Wednesday at 7:0 p. u;.
Bay's Chapel, Methodist Ciuuch
Rev. J. R. Moose, pastor. firvicv:-
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. l. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m,
First Presbyterian church Rev.
W C Alexander, Pastor, rt-.ch-ing
every Sunday at 11 a." in., and
7:30 p m. Sunday school at 4 o'clock
p. m. Prayermeetir every Wed
nesday night at 7:45
Central Methodist Churrh -Rev.
R. H. Parker, paster. Sc: vices at
11 a. m and 7:30 p m Sundr y tchocl
a 9:30 o'clock, a m. Bp worth
League meeting at 0:30 p. m.
Trinity Reformed church - Hey.
Frank Davis, pastor,
school at 10 a. m., and
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in my store I sent for a bottle and
began its use and from the first dose
bcan to got better, and &f Ur usiLg
bottles was up and about
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old. We won't keep store or house
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cut it." Get a free tr.p.i bor
t Fotzor's Diug store.
Diarrhoea It will relieve
little suuertr immediately.
j)nm'u:tcs m every par ai
vvoriu. TwolH''Avc qvl-j t, r.
Be sure and o,sk for Mrn. Wir1
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CJiro !Xr 25 pat! arfic.
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l-jxaraiitnl iH! a?il
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Fo'ir t "z. (j ti v ? '' ( "
5 ' . e
3Lee. l o urcrj
at 11 a. m., every first anc: ii: a
daj. And Sunuay f.;chooi :
and prcachingr at 1 p. f
second and fourth Sunclr;:,
S. C. E. me.tiiJi: ever, '
evening at 7:30 i n. Ail '
puDlit'h the signal calia iu
no one vili L idatn.' i
blo'.vs his whistle :
Ftv bla$t pi-in"' ';
Four b oBt 3 6 for the cu
iook after tv ;!.-: ; 1:. ;
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