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JAMES P. COOK - - Ewtob
UONCOED, CaBAEKUS COTJKTY, N. C.
THURSDAY, FEB. 14,1895.
IW DIRECTLT OIT1H6 THE LIE.
They get pointed sometimes in the
Legislature. They Bend words that
burn the hair off the target.
'CSaiBWtemocratB, on a point of
personal privilege, were resenting the
Caucasian's statement that the
Democratic members were obstruct
ing Legislation and were foul
mouthed. The News and Observer
reports this :
"Mr. Smith, of Gates, arose,
Messrs Turner and Hedderson ob
jected. Mr. Smith proceeded. Mr.
Hileman asked if Mr. Smith did not
know that the Democratic caucus
had agreed to obstruct all legislation
by objectfons, by the call for the ayes
and noes, etc.
Mr. Eas sprang to his feet saying
that it was unqualifiedly, maliciously
and mendaciously false. Mr. Smith
demanded Mr. Hileman's authority.
Mr. Hileman said it was good.
Mr. Kay wanted to know the
author, but sat down, Baying who
ever he was, he was a liar.
The chaege made, said Mr. Smith,
in the articb read as a part of the
remarks of the gentleman from Ma
con reflects upon the official honor
of every Democratic member of this
body, and therefore upon myself in
dividually; and if the paper in
which it is published demands an
unequivocal denial, I do'not hesitate
to denounce the statement so far as
I am concerned, as a base and in
famous falsehood. I was not present
in any caucus in which any such al
leged action was taken, and I have
never been informed since my re
turn that any such course had been
Speaking of myself and for my
party associates, I state that we will
not obstruct what we conceive to be
useful legislation; but we rlaim the
right of opinion as to what is and
what is not useful legislation.
-The spirit of the Caucosion would
stifle not only the light of freedom of
rpeeeS)ut also of the light opinion j
as well, v
I shall exercise my rights and en
deayor to perform" mj duty to the
people of my State and .'son
gardle8S of the slander- Ai(siis!
of the paper referred to.
LlTALL KE HEEDED?
The greatest consideration about
the reduction of the cotton acreage,
according to the plan of the Jacks
son convention, is the fact that the
diversification of crops would neces
Last year is an object lesson, that
must be of great importance to the
farmers. The condition of all of us
masses is bad enough, but it would
have been j hundred times wone had
there not been produced a bountef ul
crop of corn and meat. The thought
of this is sufficient to make many, at
least,resolve to raise their own sup
This is possible here in the South
nine years out of ten.
The attraction of so many west
ern farmers to the South is not dne
to this being the greatest cotton pro
during section in the world, but is
due to the possibility of raising such
a variety of crops intbe Sojntb anj
with so much certainty.
As is done eyery year, the National
Alliance changes its base on some
planks of its platform. It use to de
mand (and that is a greasy, familiar
word) the government ownership of
railroads and telegraph lines.
The platform is changed so as to
include just enough of the railroads
for competition purposes,
What roads could these be? Nearly
every road of any magnitude have
thrown up the sponge and gone in
to the hands of receivers.
To this long list of collapses we
must add the Norfolk & Western
It is said this road has not paid a
dividend 'since October '92. And
the obligations outside of floatiBg
indebtedness, much of it dne em'
ployeB, are summed up in these re
freshing and startling, figures,
though uncomprehended, $109,500
The entire mileage is 1,566, or an
JvtJ.,o f tn frn m;io
.'Last year, 7,025 miles of railroad
lid off into receivers' hands.
v Now, since change of base, it will
be difficult for the Alliance to pick
V:man has yet
.enoogu to assert that
s j iiley act failed to : raise
- nw4rh-to support the de-
f irtjseata" of the ; Government
Com.' Gazette. ' :':'"
Why Bhbuld any Democratic
ta tea man "assert'-' what every well
informed citizen knows? It was
nnder the McKinley act, and under
the Harrison administration, that
the pecessity of a bond issue came
upon the country; and nothing but
the election of Cleveland saved the
first loan for the support of the
"departments of the Government.''
from being advertised by a Repub
lican Secretary of the Treasury, as
the plates for the printing of the
bonds were already in course of pre
There are nine classes of people
who are ne good to a town : First,
those who go out of town to do their
trading; second, those opposing imt
provements; third, these who prefer
a quiet town to one of push and
business; fourth, those who imagine
that they own their town; fif th, those
who think business can be done
without advertising; sixth, those
who deride public spitited men; sev
enth, those who oppose every move
moment that does not originate with
themselves; eighth, those who oppose
every public enterprise that does
not benefit themselves; ninth, those
who seek to injure the credit of a
Dr. rarkhurst has concluded to
write a book. Every town has a
Parkhurst, but not all of them can
write a book.
While the snow is here and winter
is on, people ought to think of a
There is not a place in all North
Carolina that would not be a good
site for a Northern cotton factory
one of those coming South if our
exchanges be correct.
Never trust to luck. Pluck beats
luck, two to one.
in old file of the Barien JGazette
nas been taken out of the treasure
box dated 1810. Sea Island cotton
was quoted at 47 to 50 cents; bacon
18 to 20 cents; flour $12 per barrel
and whiskey 70 cents a gallon.
A J Lyman, a lawyer of Ashe
ville, has been arrested in New York
and held in a $5,000 bail. He was
arrested in a suit brought by the
rat&&-of 7 2Sou-
u t sL)yfdow of thelaEe"Prof essor
You mans, editor of the -Popular
Science Monthly. The suit is to re
cover $34,434, which, it is asserted
Mr. Lyman has diverted.to his own
use, when sentj to him to invest in
bonds and mortgages in and about
A great many newspaper lies are
going the rounds in regard to the
Eanesville, 111., postage stamp girl,
Edna Brown,. The postmaster at
that place writes: "TheBe folks
are all right and worthy of assist
ance but they have more stamps than
they know what to do with, receiv
ing 25,000 daily. They probably
have 7,o00,000 stamps. Don't send
Two Representatives got into a
fight at their boarding house Friday
night in Raleigh. No damage done
except a little fur flew.
Mrs. Blake, whose husband is non
est or has been left at home to nurse,
addressed the legislature on woman's
suffrage. 'She is a sweet thing. Sen
ator Carry Dowd, of Mecklenburg.
has called on. he said: "He repre
sented only the men of Mecklenburg
and one woman, and that she did
not want the ballot"
In another column we give the
gist of the-to-be new election law.
It is drawn up by Spier Whitaker.
The bill is already discredited by
those who kuw the author of it
Buncomo county Commissioners
have removed H H White, the brutal
superintendent of the chain gang.
The Labitual drunkenness of
Representative Brown, of Yadkin,
brought forth a resolution t have a
committee to investigate , him and
have him disciplined. He's not
democrat, though we suppose his
politics did not make him get drunk
and stay drunk. '
Newberry Lutheran College of
South Carolina, will grt $15,000, if
the Senate bill pusses the House, for
damages done by the Federal officers,
after the war.
J " W Frfes, of Salem, was oh
snow obstructed train Friday. It
took him 14 hours to make the trip
from Philadelphia .Washington.
A Madison young lady and one of
her young attorneys 'have formed
partnership to gity. the attorney a
case. A Che proposes to Begin, a
breach of promise suit and ' to em
ploy him as coancel. If he wip" the
suit, she will then marry him in
payment of his feel""
The farm of Senator Warren, of
Wyoming, is as large as the State of
Rhode Island, and there are on it
2000 horses, 15,000, cattle and 130.
When a man is ordered to drink
quinine and whiskey, it's dollars to
doughnuts he forgets the quinine
of tener than he does the whiskey.
Next May the Catholics of Boston
will celebrate the Golden Jubilee, or
the fiftieth . anniversary, ' of the
priesthood of Archbishop Williams.
In Chicago at this time of the
year anything less than 10 degress
below aero is looked on as a sign of
George R Hill & Co.'s large
cracker establishment in Alexandria
Va., was totally destroyed by fire
Seturday night A large supply of
fire works stored in the building ex
ploded. EM & Ca's loss will be
about $60,000 with an insurance of
When Republicans criticise Demo
crats for unfaithfulness to the peo
ple we are reminded of a passage of
Scripture: "Thou hypocrite, first
cast out the beam from thine own
eyes and then shalt thou see clearly
to oast out the mote out of thy
Very often people ask us if such
and such an article is iept in Con
cord, and if so and so is still doing
business. If the business men of
our town would use a little more
printer's ink there wonld be no
occasion for any one to ask the
above questions. Every .merchant
in town ought to advertise in the
You shonldn't kick if your best
friend gives you a cold stare this
kind of weather.
Looking glasses ought to be
cheap, now that the mercury Is
down so low.
Very much at CCltyeland, Car"
isle, Congress and Currency.
IT IS WELL TO KNOW.
That Mrs. Henrietta ".M King, of
Texas, is a widow and that some
men may be thinking of farming her
1,250,000 acres of land.
That an appropriate name for a
peddler of a blind tiger would be
That poets are born and not made.
The present hard times would not
justify their manufacture.
That Rev. J C Davis struck a
happy time to go to Georgia.
That it takes paste and scissors to
perpetuatd the thoughts of others.
That theman who likes to be called
pretty has only a dude's ambition.
That the person, who runs into a
rut, is in bad shape.
That nothing is more discourag
ing than to take a string and meas-.
ure the men now in the political
That little . minds are always
gloriously happy when they are in a
position where they can keep their
superiors awaiting their pleasure.
That American boys ought not be
brought up like pigs in a peach or
chard, listening constantly for some
thing to drop.
That Mr. W R Odell would make
a capital mayor for Concord.
That business is on a vacation.
That this thing of providing a
home for fallen women in this State,
will encourage immigration. A lit
tle more care and precaution at the
other end of the line will make the
necessity of such less.
That the long hair craze should be
That if you aceuse a Kentnckian
of being as "bad as Breckinridge,"
you have to fight or ekeedaddle.
That if you call a man in Mis
souri a populist" you are liable to
get your teeth knocked down your
That during tbe recent freeze our
electric street cars could not run.
Not a single motorman was frozen.
That for some people to look beau
tif al they have to wear a mask.
That a man with a grizzlybeard
is not necessarilly bear-faced.
That this is theShowy South.
TEJSDE'iT D TO A. W, GRAHAM.
The Appointments Jttdffe of Haaxr
lorConrt to feneeeed JTadge Winston.'
The resignation of Judge Winston
was received at the Executive office
yesterday morning. . During the day I
Governor Carr had a number of call
ers regarding the appointment of a
successor. Among the names talked
of on the Btreet and in the lobbies
were: Maj. John W Graham, of
Orange ; Jacob Long, of Alamance ;
John A . Barringer, of Guilford ;
Capt E S Parker, of Alamance ; A
W Graham and John W Hays, of
Granville ; Judge T B Womack and
H A London, of Chatham ; R B
Boone and J S Manning, of Durham.
The News and Observer has it on
the best of authority that the ap
pointment was yesterday tendered to
Augustus W Graham, who came
here to "see Governor Carr and urge
the appointment of his brother. Maj.
Giaham. After the offer of the po
sition he went to Littleton to see his
brother,, and yesterday afternoon
they came pack together as . far as
Henderson. From that place Mr.
Graham went to his home in Oxs
ford. Up to 9 o'clock last night, it
is stated, he bad not' signified his
acceptance, but it is understood that
he will accept. Raleigh Observer.
Thinks Well of Htm.
Asheville, N. L, Feb. 12. A J
Lyman, arrested in New York yes-
terday, is a well aud favorably
known citizen of this city, where he
has lived for the last twelve or fif
teen years, He has been socially
prominent as well as in business and
holds a large amount o! property
The community will be yery loath
to believe that Mr. Lyman has in
tentionally defrauded or deceived
anyone. That bis judgment in the
matter of making loans has not been
of the best is thought here qui t
possible. He is a son of the late
Bishop Lyman of the diocese of
North Carolina, and has a family.
For Over Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Sooth' ng Syrup has
been used for over fifty years . by
millions of mothers fortheirchildren
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, oftens the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is .the best remedy for
Diarrhoea It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
Druggists m every ' part of " the
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Be sure and ask for ''Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrnp,w and take no other
. At the hospital in Raleigh a nurse
training school is a feature. Miss
Annie Link, daughter of . the de
ceased mayor, and Miss Lewis, of
Raleigh, are pupils.
Miss Annie J Yates, sister of Mr.
Yates the former editor of the Char
lotte Democra, and of, Rev. Dr.
Yates, died Sunday at Fayetteyille
at the age of 76.
Capt. Edward B Englehard, of
Raleigh died Sunday night He is a
brother-in-law of Treasurer Worth
of the State.
Dr. Pritchard has declared for
The survivors of "Co. F." 1st N.
C. Confederate Cavalry are herby
ordered to assemble at the court
houBe in Concord at 1 o'clock p. m.,
Saturday March, 9t b on important
H. M. Goodman, President
W. D. Anthont, Secretary. . .
Charlotte Observer and Salisbury
Herald please copy.
An Impressive Trip.
Two young men started to Albe
marle , last Sunday night at 9
o'clock. At 5 they pulled up at the
other end of the 25 mile trip. The
trip was an impressive one. At Big
Cold Water creek, the hames on one
horse .broke; this happened at a
place of 18 inch water - and mud.
Beyond Mt Pleasant one horse, los
ing a shoe, became lame and had to
move m a hop-skip gait. '
When . within 3 miles of Albe
marle, one spring to the buggy
crushed to pieces. The balance of
the trip was made with buggy body
resting on the axle.
. Both were determined to go home
without riding horseback.
We get all this by our grapevine
- (Standard of the
TJ. B. Gov't Print
ing Office, theU.S
gapreme Court and
of nearly all the
mended by every
dent of Schools,
and other Educa
tors almost with
A Collere President write! t ' "tor
ease witn which the eye finds the
word song-nt, for accuracy of deCnl
"tlon, for effective methods in indl
" eating pronunciation, for terse yet
" comprehensive statements of facts,
and for practical use as s working;
"dictionary, ' Webster's International'
" excels any other single volume."
; The One Great Standard Authority,
BO writes HOD. I). J. Brewer, jnauc u. b.
- ttnpreow Court.
G. r C. 3TBRSIAM CO., Publishers,
4b Springaeld, Mass., -
, a Do nat buy cheap reprint ol moment (dittom.
V 'fi(l - Bo -rdar What da von 1
mean, sir, by asking me to loan you
money? I don't know you, sir. "
. New Boarder "That's why I ask
yon," Detroit Free Press.
He "If -I am to get ahead in the
world I must take a partner."
She "You might take a silent
He "I don't see how I could,
when I I want you." Truth.
"Ah 1" said the statesman, "govs
eminent trying my plan at last "
Wife "What's that ?"
Statesman "Borrowing money 1"
Cleveland Plain -.Dealer.
Smith "The real estate market
must always be ' active, I should
Brown "Why so?" .
Smith "There are so many fel
lows nowadays who want the earth.
New York Sun.
"Men are such inconsistent crea
tures," sighed Mrs. Witterby. "It
was only the other day they were ens
thusiastic about smashing the mas
chine at the polls, and low I see
they are going to vote by machinery.
What won't they do next ?" Brook
"What have'you two thermometers
in your room for ?"'
"The doctor said I must have
"What has that to do with it ?,'
"I am on my feet continually see
ing if the thermometers agree."
it is better to be alone in the
world than to bring up a boy to play
on thj accordion. Texas Siftings.
An Ohio cat has three eyes and
three ear?. It might be hired to
watch the gold reserve. New York
."I wonJer why he married her ?"
'."As a bargain, 1 suppose, on ac
count of her age ?"
"Yes, it is 28 marked down from
37." Indianapolis Journal.
After gazing on the rotund figure
of Queen Lil, we were surprieed to
hear that those who searched her
house discovered that she had small
arms. Dubuque Times.
Aard From Mayor Crowell.
There has been some comment on
a proposition asking the Legislature
to allow the Town Commissioners to
increase the taxes for f eneral pur
poses from 40 cents to 55 cents on
The reason for asking this may be
seen by the following statement :
Amount of General Fund raised
annually less 5 per ceut to tax
collector for collecting $4446.21.
Amount paid out annually under
For Eelctric Lights $ 1500
For Water Work 400
For Mayor's Salary 300
For 2 Regular Policemen 540
For Cleric an Treastrer 200
For six Commissioners 144 00
For Firemens Polls 113.55
For Mule Feed 120.00
8 per cent, interest on the
floating debt 720.00
This leaves a food of $4u3.66 for
street purposes. It costs abonf $2,
000 annually to keep in repair the
25 miles of streets and sidewalks in
Concord, to bay nothing of th '. new
streets asked for.
From the above figures it will be
seen that there is a deficiency of
funds to the amount of about
$l,600,jwhich the commissioners are
forced to pay in orders bearing 8 per
cent intsrest. An increase of 15
cents on the $100 will pay this des
Any man who has given the sub
ject a thought knowd that the sum
of,"$403.60 is utterly inadequate to
keep the streets and bridges of Con
cord ;a passable bepair.
.The inevitable result before the
town Is debt (which some time must
be paid) or increase of taxe .
Which shall it bt?
I leave it to the tax payers to an
swer. .Your obedient servant,
J. L. Ceowell, Major.
A Standing: Array Stan.
Some time ago there was a youeg
man yisiting relatives in the county
who belonged to the standing army.
While in town he visited the home
of a friend, whose dear good old
.mother was very much interested in
her son's handsome guest, and whose
sympathetic heart for a soldier had
to give yent to words. She nad
herrd a great deal about the yc,ung
man and the army and when jbe
was introduced, said :
- Old Lady "Poor fellow, ami bo
you are a soldier ?"
-- Army Man "Yes, ma'am."
Old Lady "I am awfnl sorry for
you. My, my, to think that they
never allow you to sir down."
Army Man "Ma'am ?" .
: Old Lady said I v.-as sorry for
you, and it is heartless and crue for
the government to keep ft Btanjding
Army Man "Ma:r Ob,
ma'am, thank you."
Jnst at this time dinner was
allt d and the ' army mitn was
ushered out of the old lady's pres
eace'. To All Who it nay Concern.
I haye authorize d Mr. J L Boger
to collect all fees due me nnd give
receipt for same. Eeapectf ully,
J. Y. Fitzgerald
IS THE 3EST.
$ 3.5P P0LICE.3 Soles.
SN5 FOR CATALOGUE
4- WL.' DOUGLAS,
Von can save -nrr.-y by pnrcbaains W. I
BecaaES, v- arc the largest manufacturers of
advertised shoes ia the world, and guarantee
the value by stamping the name and price on
the bottom, which protects voa against high
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes
equal custom work in style, easy fitting and
wealing qualities. We have them sold ever;
where at lower prices i'or the value given than
any other make. Take no substitute. If yonl
dealer cannot supply you, we can. Sold by
HEILIO & HENDRIX
bit. Pit.uant.-N. C.
Dr, J. E. CARTLAND
Makes a speoialty of filling
teeth without pain. Sixteen
yeais experience. Office over
Lippards . & Barrier's store
after Feb. 8. 1894. i25
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REV.iiC. L. T. FISHER. A. 51!-.
MOUNT PHEASANT N. C.
I have located in Concord for the
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share of their patronage I may be
found at my office at any hour of
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A YOUNG WARjiPREVENTED!
A crowd of eager people were
surging into Smithdeal &
Morris' Hardware to see their
fall stocK of guns. Each
man proceeded to arm him
self with a deadly weapon,
but as the guns were un
loaded several accidents were
In the house of this firm your
life is caiefully guarded, (no
loaded guna unchained) and
in the purchase of their
goods, your money goes fur
ther than in any other Hard
ware store in the State. If
you don't believe it, come
aud see our Btock of
is complete, and must and
will be sold at tde lowest
possible figure. We also have
a car load or Buggies and a
stock of GUNS at low Tariff
CALL AND BE CONVINCED,
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No house in North Carolina can possibly make lower prices
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Try their Prices and Quality They've got the Stuff
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as-" cheerfully say it bss done me more
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loan recommend year medicine to all
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n MRS. af. If. TBABT,
Springfield, Orees County, -jp
We are Sole SELLING Ajents
ia this market for tha
Casson Lime Co's. '
Lf I M
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When in the market we wodd be
pleased to have your orders.
' Will have a big lot of FLORIDA
ORANGES for the Christmas
T RAD E
G. W. PATfERSON
Wholesale ard Ketail Grocer,
CONCORD, N. O.
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and Kidney Troubles
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alum, taa greataw blood portllM oa -sssr
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Hbshss Lipphah Bsos. , Savannah.
Oa. t Dbas bias X boafrht a botUa of
7 oar P. P P. st Rot 8prlnn.Ark..ana wamw
t baa dona ma more rood than tbraa
Send three bottles O. O. D . STs
Aberdeen, Brown Count, O. .
Capt. J. D. Jeauastoaw . .
To all whom M mv lumai: I here- '
by testify to the wonderful properties
of P. P. P. for eruptions of the akin. I
suffered for aeveral years with aa na- '
alghtly and dlaagraeeble eruption oa
my face. I tried every knows reme
dy but in vain, until p. P. P. wss used.
and am now entirely eared.
Blgnedby J. D. JOHltgTOW.
ktat Caa ear Careel,
Tatimtmf from IA 1aytr Stptln,TKC. '
BitotnK, Tmt. , January 14, 1898.
IfasaRS. LlPFMAit Baoa.. Savannah.
Os. i Sn.mm-1 bsve tried yoar P. ,
P. P. for a dlaeaae of the akin, usually
known as skin csnoer.of thirty years' .
standing, and found great relief: It
purlnea the blood and removes all Ir
ritation from the seat of tbe dlaeaee
and prevents any aoresdlns. of the
sores. 1 have taken Hveor all bottles
and feel oonfldeat that another coarse ,
will effect satire. It bss also relieved
me from Indigestion and atom soil 1
troubles. Yoar truly,
CAPT. W. V. BUST. .
Attorney st Law.
BOCK ft SIX. DM iM Fret 0
ALL DRUGGISTS 8BLL IT.
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