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XIL No. 7.
RXPRESS ROB HER Y.
ro; r ir Sritr:s.-, Col., Nov. 12.
Thc Wei!- Faro Fspre: Ooiu-
h;V3 iV?a 0lu l-10 liJilOT.'ilii.'
r. regarding the robbery :t
Svit:! iV depot about 1 o'clock
"'i'-.yent thousand dollar a vy4-3
, :.f.T iJfiul: of CoicraJo
p,r!t m -hi' afternoon. This money
r.b cu-ency of small denomma j
i;on5 and receiyed abcut 1 o'clock
i-itjolate to be delivered to the
bask. Th" package containing the
money vv.ia placed in the depot safe
doors locked. There was
iuc'nte its v:i.e. Evi
ilentlj r be thieves kner of its exis
"Whi train No. 0 came in about
f :4 , there were other packages?
aboard with currency to the amount
of J:5,000 consigned to the same
tank. These packages were deliv
ered to the sgent and placed in the
safe with the other. After the train
had departed, the agen, George
Kroat, was met at the door by two
masked men with drawn revolvers.
The package containing the $20,000
Fas demanded and the agent v e
eoi'jlled to np n the safe and give
:t up. The sgen said nothing about
the remaining packages and the 10b
t?rs left rt onc; A posse ,
'iT-i x press compj'ci tihoiJs
teliffve that the robbery was conn
mi Lttrd tv A J Gray
G btuart, alias C J
were ai rested for the
theft of $15,000 from the express
waon it Cripols Creek, April 11,
ana who lece tly, in company with
Tom McCarthy escaped from jail in
this city. K T Montgornerj, who
was a prisoner at the ti ne of the
escape, notified the police at Denver
aeyeral days ago that Gray and
Stuart plotted when in jail to rob
the express company again. The
oSicia1?, of the company believe that
the robbers had an accomplice in
A flonsehold Treaisure,
DW Fuller, of Canajoharie, N.
1 says that he always keeps Dr,
&cg'8 New Discovery in the house
d his family has always found the
T?ry best results follow its use; that
would not be without it, if pro-
arable. G A Dykeman Druggist,
Gatskill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's
ew Discovery is undoubtedly the
tost-Coucrh remedy; that he has
used it in his family for eight years,
and it never failed to do all that
18 claimed for it, Why not try a
einedj 1 j long tried and tested,
bottles 'free at Fetzers Drug
tore jH'nlar sizo 50c and 1-00.
next to Dov3 &
'.e'-upied by Sira3 & Alex
rr rent. It is 22x75, with
- i -
rossecsion giyen 1st
lerobv arivon that Ihv
Holshouer ix, Co., com
iio iouRjr and J u
die. ived by mutual
- .' v. lut. 1S9 5.
J. L. ILtlLLEK.
!,lv,,l:o., jbc business and
haiiIitijH of C. llois
O-. f'Mfl . !- all nnu(!
i other inuebtedneasi Episcopal Convenuon .-idaviiie, ; 0f putting yokes on them, ils aid net es-ninga would ?r:un:. hre-.
M U 1 ickot;4 on site -November , , . , . L . rtoA 4 . n,-,A 1 K-, t
j r v1JJE1, loVhlithAiJ 12fcti iltr.-' liaiit No, sad says that they learned to tore, to $4,200; and 4,?-0 per. week tfj
he public for' p ist vember 15 1S95. Conthrjou-. par-oe z:rtl in backwards and pnlhd the ; for 52 weeks in the year ia a pretty yp
- ?onUru-o ofiiu both directions. Fare for round ivokeg off 0?er tDeir hei-da." fair income. , '
OOV.BriOWN IN A BRAWL.
He Trios to DrawHm oUn or a Clerk
in thu An:ttorN Oilico.
Fiunkfoks, Ky., Nov. .lS.-Gov.
Brown and W H Newhall, a clerk in
tbo Auditor's office, quarreled m
the Stato House yesterday, pad
thelioand would have come to
blows had bystanders not inter
fered. Nowha'l had accused the
Governor of voting the Republican
ticket and noting the part oi 3 trai
tor. The executive responded with
an emphatic denial, and ore
?trucic at the other
friends of the two separated them.
It was claimed that Gov. Brown at
tempted to draw his revolver, but
ho denit-3 that he was armed.
Met After Sixty-Three Years.
The Lenoir Topic gays that
last of December, 1S3 two young
men mot at the house of Ms. Oath
oiInRHoltin Orange county, near
where the iown of Graham now
stands. They romained there all
nisht and slept together. The snow
was 11 inches deep on the ground
the next morning. They separated, I
and one went into the ministry and
wuub ud a mission:--: 7 oj iiu;,;?,
v.horo he spent several years. The
other returned to his home in Burke
ccuntj. Th 'j other day i.Luy met
r.giun fur the hist time in 03 year:',
both of them were in
health. Both were 79 years of ae.
They 7-ore Rev. Juii O Bankin, oi
New Jersey, and our esteemed
ountynian, iVlr. IS A Powell.
t I A. n, 11 a re us K!ectela Director
of trie Unowille A oqio Ilailroad.
NxowiLle, Tenn., Nov. 13, t
the annual meeting of the stockhol
ders of the Kuoxviilo & Ohio rail
road, held in this city today, the
following named directors were
elected: A B Andrews, Ba'eigh, N.
C ;W H Baldwin., Jr.; Washington.
D. C. ; O HiCastor, John Greenough,
Samuel Spenc3r, H S Chambeilain,
Chattanooga; E J Sanford r-d O M
I mportant Meeting:.
The stockholders of Concord Fe
male Academy will meet in the
office of J W Cannon to-morrow
(Friday) eyening at 4 o'clock.
Eyery stockholder should be' repre
sen ted. J. W. Cannon,
Ten Cent Cotton.
Two gentlemen, passengers on the
northbound train last night were
engaged in an intereaing discussion
when the train stopped here.
They were talking of cotton and
the possibilities of its reaching ten
cents before next year. They dif
fered from one another and the re
suit waa that before the train left
here there were two bets up. One
was that January futures would
reach ten cents in New York before
the first of January. Another was
that the staple would sell for nine
cents in the Southern citie3 before
DecemDer sets in. The farmers in
this county wish that the gentleman
betting on high cotton wili win.
Fcrteo'i years experience in the
of Cancers, Piles and
Chronic fVres. Any casertakeu. A
cure guaranteed or no pay. OfHoe
at Morris iiouse; ofnee hours from
8 a. m. to 10 p- m.
Old Dt-, Odom.
CONCOllD, N. CM THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1895.
ifICHMOND'3 512,000 FIIiK.
Franklin's Street Randolph Ijer
Richmond, V., Nov. 13
disastrous fir? "Richmond
has ruffcred for a longtime occurred
to-night hen the Franklin street
building of the Randolph Psper Box
Factory was destroyed. The origin
of the fire ia unknown. The flames
(made rapid headway and at one
time it was seriously feared that
much of the surrounding property
would also be destroyed, but the fire
department succeeded in confining
the tire to the building in which it
started. Tha bu tiding wa3 situated
on one of the narrowest streets in
the city and in cloae proximity to
the Heme for Incurables and Su
Luky's Hospital, and th inmates of
these institutions were greatly
alarmed. The loss is estimated at
SI 25,000; insurance, $97,000,
D;d it ever occur to you that you
can save the pr.'ce of a newspaper
many times over in t year by care-
fully reading the Bdyertisements.
There are tea diSereat kinds of
money in this country, but down ia
this section we have to hustle abound
nretty lively to get any of rem.
Do not think that you necessarily
et enough religion en Sunday to
h;3t you through the week. You
in ay really not get enough to last all
.Mrs. Amelia A Frost has succeed
ed her husband as pastor of ? church
in Massachusetts, It is to be hoped
that no coolness in the church wili
The estimate ef the Orange Judd
Farmer is that the potato crop in the
United States this year is the largest
eve? raised, and will reach 282,148,
A decided innovation in the
methods of raising money for church
purposes is reported from El Toro,
Cal., where social dances have sup
planted church fairs. '
Christopher-Roberts, aged eighty
one, was married At Columbus, Ohio,
to Eliza Jane Williams, aged seventy,
this being his third wife and her
fourth husband. "Old rats love
cheese," 'tis claimed.-
It ia said that in the natural gas
region of Indiana the gas so perme
atea the earth that eyen lovers haye
to be very careful how they do their
sparking. Several explosions have
occurred from the cereless handling
The people of Bichmond are
doing some very substantial work to
wards raising fund for rebuilding
the University. Up to date they
had raised in the neighborhood of
$30,000, which speaks well for the
capital city of the Old Dominion.
An escaped convicc from the ilik
ansas penitentiary was recently ar
rested in Chicago. He save be didn't
escape, but was blown over the wall
by a cyclone, and as there was no
cvolone around to blow him back,
ne concluded tnere was no use m
wasting: time fooling around waiting
The Jersey Sentinel gets off the
r ilowing joke: "One ci our farmers
r siates a ecory thai caps tba ctaix.
He says the pigs had been r-.tiinv in
I ir e field, and he cenceiyed the idea
DR. JAMES WHITh
is JVow Iletiind Hie Jims in CabarruN
Jail His Crime, ir True, a Most
Atrocious One-from iho Wot In
die T)eves the CJ-" rc" -. -fvt
"Dr. James White is my name'
said the prisoner when a Standard
man called on him in his cell at the
jail this morning. Ue occupie3 a
front rocm on the second floor, where
he spent last night in deep medita
tion, brooding over the result of the
atrocious crime for which he ia held
and which be denies.
"Wnen but a boy," said he, "I was
captured by the indians near Hoi
hoiland, Cnba, with whom I was
reared and where I studied the ait
of healing. I am 38 years of ege
and came to this community from
New York State about six weeks
ago. I am not a married man. I
do not interfere with the practice of
local physicians, as I only work on
chronic cases, such as they do not
and will not undertake to cure. I
lived with Martin Furr, in Cabarrus
county, and had the use of his horee
and buggy. Had none ot my own.
Barbee lives in Stanly county, just
over the line. His daughter's name
13 Sallie, I think, and is about 16
years old, has been afflicted all her
life. The charges for which I am
held are not true, in the least. I
will employ counsel and endeavor to
j establish my innocence "
As to my having aiie iat?d the
affections of the wife of Martin
Farr, prior to the unfortunate af
fair of Tuesday, ia a lie, as was in
evidence at the preliminary hearing
yeaterday, before Enquire II L Hart
sell, of Stanly county,"
Upon advice of Esquires R L
Hartsell, of Stanly, and C F Smith
and D W Turner, of Cabarrus, com
mitment papers, with the prisoner,
were sent here, the magistrates hav
ing thought it unwise to attempt to
send him to Stanly, fearing that he
would be lynched.
White is ax feet two inches in
height, weight 150 pounds, wears a
mouBtache and has a sallow com
plexion. His hair is long (foot ball
style), smokes cigarettes, but con
verses very intelligently.
He was accompanied to town by
an escort of fifteen or twenty men,
gome of whom were hostile and
swore revenge and made threats of
lynching. The mob was held apace,
however, by law-abiding citizens who
wished the law to take its coarse.
The prisoner has secured the ser
vices of Lawyer M H Caldwell to
defend him. who has the case now
in his hands.
Able to A florU It.
The Baltimore Sun fcives $500 to
the newspaper fund to rebuild the
rotunda of the University of Vir
ginia which Mr. J H Lmdsey, edi
tor of the Charlott8vilIe FrogreEs,
has opened in his paper. Floating
The Baltimore Sun. cm well af
ford to give $500 to this enterprise,
r,lt nf th? n.rt valuable
for it is ciie
cewsr.apcr properties in the United
States. A gentleman who spends
much time in Baltimore told the
Landmark recently that he was in.
formed that the Sun netted its pub
libers s700 an iasue. It is pub
lished six times a week ank a weex'j 1
Whohe NO. l,o4f
wAis wik ;
Eletrant Brid-il parser : - a;:.!
brithdav presents in Sterii-:ir anl
Plate. 'ONYX TABLED A.SB
LAMPS Five o'clk tcp ket
tles. Lock Bracelets, I end
Rings, Watches and Jewelry.
Call to sec us ar.-l ue wVA
p'uow yon the most coniMk'e
lines oi these goods ti'nt i.u.e
ever been carried in Conor '.1,
and they are cheap.
i. J. li J. F. TBAft.
L. M . A RCHE Y, TI . D .
Physician and Surges.
Concord, N, C.
OFFICE: ST, CLOUD AN HtX.
JN0. R. ERVIN. C A- MISET,jHEIU
BR WIN & MISENIlEirutlli
Physicians and Surgeons
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nocite 2?ul Prbcbvtorifti. . b..;-iL
Charlotte. h: C-
When in heed of Fire bi UJr. JCi,
call und see us, or write. Vv e Jepie
sent only first-class iiim? u For
Respectf -... y
AND SALT BAGS
Of Hi ii-i . v:
wonted best priori
same. We invire u.n
sp.ection oi all the p
we Uanufiiol lire.
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