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J.KIviFiKIJS OF THF LAW.
CQNCOIID, N. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEU 25, 1S9C.
T.le Copy 5 Cectfa
CAKAPRUS MAN nETUi.NS.
j r's liovkel The Soiac Notes on the Lone Star Stt.
Dea In Hea-Observi Many friei)(ls frorn oastcrR Ca
",uiuj uu giau 10 greet xir.
"V Crawford Cub), now a citizen
To Be Marrk-d Nt r!:.
Oil "Wednesday nvon.inr, Nov
1st. at 3 o'clock, at the la :m
nfion IiittT stii .y in South Africa.
The news :"rom South Africa,
; A'cordirjg to dispatches of the
sant. Oct. 21. Sheriff
Of- 11)0 Stain
i : i
L (!X'.1 S.
of Mr. Mack Kimmons, in No. Bhh, look less favorable to the
township, Mr. Arthur Faggart English. Gen. Yule .foil ad it
will bo married to Miss Nina ' 7;eco -ary on account, o?" the su
Kkamens. Rev. W Y Love will ': r mmiioi- nf pm-c
i,. , i m .t
Kr.'. ; coTisonrontiv fv ioplo i . , umunv . ..us u uuiHice ana GJercoe. and
J 1 1 inht v'ith a. car loau ot horses KimmnnciQ m1P ihofr.mt i -
i l ' v 1 :
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,,w lvivo -ivni.v ; dii uailiea to work and drive. j1" .l'u m exteaciti- con-raiu- Gen. Buller arrives. Gen. Wnite
ins nHin,K " ' ; Mr. Culp had to tal:o rou jd- hitions in advance tothi.s eouplo. !had a minor battle wiln the
v, .. n. .. n
:h'lm O Eulenwider. of me yeuow lever regions
w "of New London is and millcs' in nor, chilly yomi- ladies of that co ..nmiiity Wli'de at Ladysmiiii where ihev
uiWnr teeth. Some of of nil sin- Tney are and has scores of friends who will operate on the defensive tdl
,r,ont Sunday bore with tovo ho cmno by way off ',ocn a salosr .an hoee at ,,y to chv
. -'iWisa irood deal LUtlo Rock, Memphis, Chattv, J f"? ru- l""' 1
:t cat ve have "hoard ofWaandAshovillo. by al! us The ;,-ly woe ded Con. Yulo.
.or many Boers Tuesday thielly with artil-
re: t the enemy . and
his interference with
vy iinu in Liiu iit'w spiiper snop au("
Ii E i i
j. U Li t K I 1
umaioly treated. It is only on ! . " (
ie haule tl(.lds that the war lias ' l.'.H llfi
J 1 - l f' and wi:i oe at Mr. oEWPharr's JurcKrioly treated
t... . i.;....uwiii iui - iv, n un iuit,s me pcncu ulU;i.'. Faai't's new resi- tl
- VV I'usnfi uieu out ol mm some dencc 's linished on M-l stvoet .,(at ho-o-s
. ,t ri ., j liiiLi L.5uii, t tic lit ini. i i pno Boer reverses seem to
rni . . . ' i" "tvliV-n 111 chock tnoir aggressiveness. The
) 'av.se. lii-s is the nrst' Rnmiols ctnnfv n tr ilm At oV-1-"1. m t. r . . ' . J
I num. lis cuum, , a la.ie to iho sli ((--- ' - ,lK j sit t ion is rather interesting.
on the register sice the north west of the centre of the (Wednnsdav at CiifLon. S. C.
i o - 7 " " 7
! i- ( 1 t
the new build insr.
trreat Lone t'
There is. ?.h . ?Iark jMorrison, one of the
Maverick !!.;.- i'oiui ie:i, n:.u abour Ilr-.r-
Tl.o Foothinp; and noalin prop
e;t: ; of Chamberlain's Cough
Us pleasant taste and
Tucker, son of Mr. John ; meaning in f
. vts arraigned nei ore. is the term i,r the crime of risbui-r, was mairied to "lis.
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... v ,Y . iiiwniHi5 : caLcning ami y -:-mg, as one s Jessie U illiams. A iter ti;ti cere- prompt and permnnent cuies
' vpon the person of j own, every cal-f or other animal : mony they boarded the irain for have made it a great favorite with
i :.:v. daughter of Adam unbranded. w;:, oicc a ' liis new home v liar l.;-; thn people everywhere. -For s de
i:or was bound over protected hi fan t industry in this ' where a reception was given the b? M L- Marsh & Co" DrnSlsts-
ir-t under a bond of fifty
My. ami Mrs. L M Od.-!l woke
' ' - : '"uinc: to find their little
newly wedded couple. A num-
Mr Culp now owns 330 acres ber from thi s place was invited ( IJilioUINAL rULNlEKb.
of land and rents two sec-. to the rocei)t.ion. Vith num- .
x i Mr ( men Kvmii7nv nr 1 hnr
; t-ons, l.iS0 acres, besides, whicn bers of friends we extend our , , , 1 . ,
lis old child, Dewey he uses as. a ranch, pavuiff four congratulations, wishing them a.
, dead in its mother's ! conl s i)t r acre nor month. Ho ! li fe of lnve. 7id hnrminoss.
tltOUiitst O W I 'i
we are prepared,
to rill youruants.
Bibbed veBts a.r d
drawers, 50 per
cent wooL only
jTt T -i-
merino vest 3
: M Allen is hero and
' v : . e a stercopticon and
i; ; one entertainment in
' '.eu,e chapel tonight and
: '.!-:;:toy night.
Mrs. C G Ileilig, who as noted
i:. ei. i hi.st correspondence, was
' ;e v. is very much im
i in- uman's Home and For-
M N sionary societies of Holy
Trinity Tutheran church and
Mont AiiKona Seminary are ob-
! 'iii.L- tbis week as the week
e!' t.;ay-'y. Prayer meetings are
li'!d at 'lie different homes of
- -m: her- every evening 'and a
r-'ihiie nssionary meeting will
' iield Sunday evening.
Honors Hniinby Alone.
.'.t'.'inta goes on with her pro
o oresehtihg the sword to
!"-r gailant son just as is cm
iamitly riglit. The following is
Ihveption to Lieutenant Brura
"v;,: Capital City Club Wednes-
inception to Lieut. Brumby
' ' V':':siature in joint session
v ' ate capitol Thursday at 10:80
also has tl overs-trht of three:
Contractor Hamilton went
up to Hickory lasu night.
: :o Fi iv works Christr..;'
Ivlr. J F Harris, of Winston,
The joys o? xhe small boys and tlie tobacco drummer, is hove to
of some of the larger ones, too, day.
will bo less when they learn that Mr Jna q yad'Sworth is in
at the meeting oMhe town com- Pincville today looking after
missioners Tuesday nigH it was some of his i)roperty.
decided tint it wHl be against tho Mrs E q Eavnhartwent
law to have fireworks Christmas, over to Charlotte this' morning.
but the safety ol property and : She will return tomorrow.
persons was taken into considera
tion, too. This means that some
will break the law and will have
to pay the penalty, but it also
assures our people that it wiH be
less dangerous to walk through
the streets during the holidays.
tation of sword to Lieut
sections. 1.U0 acres, for Mr
Ererks of the Mt. Vernon in !
The quantity of grass avail
able depends upon the number of
prairie dogs that infest it. These
dogs, where abundant, eat every
blade of grass in the summer
and migrate as necessity re
quires. In the winter they bur
row into the earth and feed on
the roots of the grass. They
are the herdsmen's enemy.
Along the streams grow the cot
ton wood and the pecan. The
latter are now loaded down with
fvnit Mrmv n, tree vields fifteen
j , i . . His Collodions Wcit (Jpo'1.
Vmcl"irle nnH iha Vlf'O Oil the Snot I
,r,0,J Fruitless have been the trips
IS SIX LL'Illfs UUi Uuuau. juv cij
from thotimler land is a little b' ShenlV 1 U!'k t''!
fruif tree the size ot a small nnty until Monday wnon ho;
poach tree that hoars rich clust- as in No. 7 township. Ho co -,
ors of beans called the muscat lected in that n-ecmct overs,!) I
bean. It is rich as the cow pea and at Mt. . Pleasant he cohoc.-.od
ami more palatable and is valuable moro than- si'00. H,s trips m
as a fatener for all kinds of the eastern part ot the county
stock. A hungry man may et . 1-"-' a convon.once.to those who
his dinner off this tree. Tins don't come to Concord o, ten.
m . I . . . MM - I
vcar, however, this fruit is a ;
' , , . nl 3Ir. Allison AttCP.;lua:cIa?IeelHiir.
iailure in Mr. uuip s neiguoor-hood.
, - tv
ren s umon saiiis
suits in wool
have durable ui -derwear
have been ver-v
fT s T
I E C
3Iiss initio o tsis.
Mr. John P Allison lof
day night for A Ja-hu. v.
wni lo at ;m:i.a meo-
takes place in cotlon n;roworM o" lit-
.m stand in front of state j eve4n- Mr. Allison wd I ' ..v,,:
Thursday at 11 o'clock. in- iu hich Cabarrus couiuy sublllIt piaus as wo publish
v parade to move furnishes - J"1 i t.L. A-aper ome weelr ago
... tie Lalttweil, 01 me. ro uurn-ut vrtfr'ivl iiv i lit- or'-auizauo:: oi
ock irom tnt; capitol. ; . . , , , , . v . . , -.
, , , Inem-hborhood, who is !:Mn in rn0n "-rowers.
ol I he
no better to be
fourd. Drop in
and see them.
H. L. Parks & Co.
viowoa t) L.ieut. joraa)ov ai
""'KM' (! ' ...;OU aVvJliU..1.
as married to Mr
ustin, of South Carolina
' Daiimr tiiti c;it war, a well
. O in
For 'vr ; "lv Vei.irr
Mrs Wintu'-vs othicfi riy...p his
aj biicii :iM'.t for over ihtyjears by mil-
Ha,,, ,,f t'n'i i ! i o. is i-r meir cuniu-.-u
e icU' and a
i. li: i v
a vs. ' m our late war witu cp'.n, uiai- ..i. tti,iP" with nerf,-?ct sr.-ces?
,:-w men on the wav -h'jea was one ol Mm t sootbos the c-bihh sot ons the -ims.
. im n ontn a3 . b diseases the army allays all v du, cnreswind colic, aivi. is
i(ale.i;-h to the luston P!O"0jesom. " ,i , f, Tn.,rv the best remedy for Diarrhoea., It will
4 i ,, l ' 1 to ootttend with. In inauy " -,e ,.or little sufferer immedi-
Measionto haiKile ahali ; . j.u- n.nd rlH o Yir.'.'.un; i ovorv v.nrt
o;n attertne train ar-.M,() ol,j aiers still suilcr irooi of the world. I'Tnr SrV Win"
Greensboro. The ilk :r. Mr. David Taylor, of Wind "e. nn
.mimal irot cross and bit "frdcre, Greene county, l a., is one ther kilui
r l. i ii f 1 1, m o in si
'!.:rs hand fearfully. " . -
Uus (1(iw(dl nr.. wi ! Kcme'l? o n ri avs ho
l'l"M-,. 1. . .. J 1 1 1 . . Uir,t. tl.Mi 1 .1 .f K'iJ
i.'re Tomorrow morn- , i'1- ,jU'1 vu,t- '-.iTV . ' . , . fi-, .
It is lor sale Charlotte 10 w iut-aa -
Worlds of Matros.-es m
way. Like Zeb v aneu'.
)od but some are better th:
Felt, Acma Spring. Perfc
Curled Hair, Cotton, Cotton
meansleast our Rice Sraw w:-h c. "
for the millions. We have M: itro .
fereuceis coming. Don't for ,.,1 u.
solid car of Beds today Sola! ear of .
We are at your service. Take
Carpets. We are agents for J. .t J.
Manufacture of the United SiJtos-if
come. 'Phone orders No. 12.
: ( ar ;I
it our li':"
;ht hi '':r-
V i I I i II!:,1
mi Messrs, Victor and Clint Caid- .
him well, of Popk.;' lout, went o;
''Umbia whev--- ' 1 v ! aeh ornck reliwf.
. -reh oick reiiwx. it is ior saio enainau- tu ..
j by ML. Marsh k Co., Druggist Caldwell marr iage.