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CONCORD- N. C, THURSDAY; NOVEMBER 14, 1895.
WHOLE NO. 345
GIVE US A TRIAL.
YANUl' DOWNED HIS MAN.
Bat It Took Mix Skats to Hit mm
In .the dead of night six pistol
shots rang oat in rapid succession
in the postoffloe building, and the
sounding echoes of the reports stop'
ped the few podestrains arid gave
them food for excited thought. ln
siife the building night clerk T B
SYwxcef, Jr., thought that he was
fighting a bloody duel with a bola,
bad robber. But when, at the Birth
shot, the "man" fell to the floor, he
discovered that he had been made
the Tiotim of a practical joke by his
fellow clerks, one or some of whom
had prepared for him a nerverack
ing surprise in the form of a dummy
Mr. Yancey is very reticent this
morning, and no one knows the
exact particulars of the encounter.
At 'any rate he was startled last
night iwhen he saw in the deep
gloom in front of the vault, the
form of a man. The hand was raised
sastjbough he had been surpiised
and vjver the head was a big black
To B&y that Mr. Yancey was sur
prised would be slating very mildly
a very severe form of nervous excite
ment. It was enough to make the
pulse go fast-r, too; for there he
stood, alone in a big building; and,
halted there surprised, stood a bur
glar, big and brawny; and burglars
are sometimes desperate.
But Mr. Yancey never flinched.
Quick as thought he had out the
larger of two pistils. He -pulled
the trigger, but when the 'smoke
cleared from his eyes, he thought he
saw the burglar 6tep back. He had
missed 1 Now would come tho rob
Five times did Mr. Yancey vull
the trigger; but when the last baJl
was gone, the robber was still there.
SMfrreaohed for the other weapon;
and at the first shot the man fall;
all was quiet, and when Mr Yancey
want to examine his dead, he found
out the hoax.
The balls of the larger pistol had
been extracted and te first five
hots were iuad with blank car
tridges. This speaks well for Mr.
Yancey's nerve, for he killed the
robber with his first bullet.
The poatoffice people today say,
"hush I "Raleigh Press Visitor.
Barg-lars In miaa Grove.
Salisbury Herald: Our bright little
neighbor, China Grove, seems to be
infeated with burglars. About a
week ago the store of Mr. J L
Holshouaer was broken into, and now
another one has been ented. Wednes
day night some one broke into the
store of Mr. J M Winecoff. The thief
entered through the fLor of a shed
room and then forced a door which
opens into the store. The amosnt
goods stolen cannot be correctly de
termined. Several articles o jewelry,
pair of shoes and all the money in
the store a handf nl of coppers
was taken. There is no clue to the
Blae Fig-arm for 111 ean.
: The figure 9, which came into
the calander on January 1 1889, will
stay with us 111 years from that
date, or nntil December 31, 1999. No
other figure has ever bad such a
loug consecutive run, and tie 'J itself
has only once before been in a race
wnich lasted over a century that
in which it continuously figured
from January 1, 889, until Decem
ber 31, 999, a period of 111 ears
The figures 3 and 7 occasioning
fall into odd combinations bm
neither of them baa ever ) perved
for a longer period han 100 coiite
cutive years in our calendar since the
present - mode cf calculating time
was established. It is also clear that
from their relative position among
the numerals it is au impossibhty
for either of tbtm to appear in da'e
reckonings continuously for a longer
period tban a century.
A Mick Hear in Sorfolk.
The Norfolk Vi.ginian of a re
cent date gives an account of a smart
negro' money trick in Norfolk, as
MA number of cotton men of this
city are grieving oyer the . lose of
ami ranging from fft to $15 at the
hands of a sliok negro swindler.
The plan of the swindler was to go
to eosM ootton buyer and represent
that he was a grower from North
Carolina and bad come to Norfolk
to sell several bales of the fleecy
staple, which was. then on a car en
route to Norfolk. He would stiike
a bargain with the buyer and leaye
an order en the railroai company to
deliver twenty or more bales of his
cotton to the person named in such
order. Leaving the place, he would
soon return and ask an adyance of
5 or bo, which would readily be
granted him. Several of the cotton
buyers are still waiting for the cou
too, which has not jet arrived.
The negro claimed to Jw - from
Tarboro, N. O., and gave hie name
ciTr.rt tfUiici-v . - .
Death ot a UUU Olrl.
After a five days' anxiety, a great
bereavement enters the St. James
Lutheran parsonage, the home of
Rev. and Mrs. M G G Soberer.
This writer can not feel but that
be ib writing of one of his own
household, for the little girl, whose
form now lies cold in death, shared
much of her bright, playful and in
teresting life to hia home, near by.
At 4:30, Friday evening, Mary
Rebecca, the only daughter of Ifav.
and Mrs. Scherer, after a most pain
ful and terrible suffering with that
dread disease, membranous croup,
conscious unto the end, gave np her
spirit and soul to Him, of whom she
often sang childlike songs and to
Whom she daily offered up her little
prayers of praise and supplication.
Hour after hour, the disease refusing
to yield to treatment, the suffering
grew, the vital strength decreased
and life ebbed out during all this,
she murmured not, complained not,
but submissively and with childlike
confidence answered every request of
physician, parent, friend. It was
indeed touching! All tbat skill of
physician could accomplish, aided
by the anxious care and love of
parents and the constant attention
and watchfulness of many good.
kind ladies, was expended for the
little sufferer's relief -and recovery,
if poseibh; but the Hand that rules,
often with Btemicg cruelty, never
errs and never injustice or wrong
does; but "Toy will be done"
marks the parental submission to
i3 awfully tad bereavement
snatching away a tender bud, whose
life premised eo much cheer and
comfort and pleasure a her family.
Little Mary was born at Graf ron,
West Virginia, October 14, 1889.
Just a Week ago she was well and
playful, with a promise of useful
womanhood before her today her
life is gone ont and has been trans
ferred to brighter shores.
In this sad bereavement Rev. and
Mrs. Scherer h-iye the tend Teat
sympathy not only of his own con
gregation and neighbors, but of the
entire community, in this dispensa
tion of Providence.
We are constantly reminded that
God Almighty is not a respecter of
of ages to His call all must sooner
or later answer and his calls are al
ways just and right.
Nomcn liRl Changed,
It is told on a certain school
teacher of little experience who re
cently entered upon his functions,
addressed bis pupils as follows :
"Children, attention ! I will now
all over the names ; but as the eld
ui tiiod takes too long, I will sin
plify U ihu : 'All those who i-re
abstnt raise their handn.' "
Mr J T Pounds is spreading out
his furniture bunnesa. Ilia stock
and trade bigan increasing at such
a rate tbat he found it necessary to
moye into larger quarters
He now occupies one of the large
rooms under the Morris House. Be
sides his own manufacture, he keeps
in stock u full line of all kinds of
furniture and a line of coffins and
caskets. Ho will be pleased to have
the I'Ublio call.
Too Koon to Begin.
Thj oung ineu who exploded the
fire crackers Friday uifch aru laiLer
preuiatu.e H'h ihut dj on, sj 10
dprati, ui. a i.ji. vi ry text u;:r!(j mai 6
Jo: e win be bti anes , or a very
lively chase. It. may te been
no'igh mat tbe bojs thought lust
because Evangelist Monroe Wiien-
hcuse was :n town that it was time
or cuc'j lea'ivities aud hilariousneBE,
and took advantage if the tbe occa
sion to celebrate accordingly.
Tbe report of Col. W E Ardrey,
of the Chailotte mint shows :
Cabarrus county leads all the
others iu the sold and silver pios
duced in 18'Jl, the figures being
$8,68162. Rowan is text witb ?G,-
Rowan Ccuaty Tbe production
of thia-oouhty was materially in
creased. The only mines regularly
at work are the Bame aud the Qold
flilL It is possible tbat the recently
re-opened Rhymer mine, with its
connected chlormation planr. may
be in operation in 1895; otherwise
there is no ground for expecting' a
larger return from this county.
Passed Away In lata Uroom Paatara.
For about a week an old gray
horse that bore the appearance of
having come out of the wilderness,
has been feasting in the green pas
ture, the court house lot, and seemed
to be thriving and picking up in
flesh until Saturday nigt when it
reached the north side of the court
house a gush of wind s'ruck the
animal, knocking it helpl.ss upon
the ground where it gave up . the
ghost tome time during the night.
It's remains were taken to horse
cemetery near the Three Mile branch
this morning, where, they were laid
.to rest. : : -' ' ;.. . ' '
NcNINOE -THIES WEDDING.
a Pretty Home Affair Last BUsbt
Miss NettleMf Nlntii the Bride Mr,
OHcar Tblcs ths Groom Tbe Haass
Decorations Table Meet. Etc.
Charlotte Observer: Miss Nettie
McNincb. eldest daughter of the
late F A McNinch, and Mrs. S
McNinch, was married last right at
the residence of her mother on
North Poplar street, at 0 o'clock, to
Mr. Oscar J Thies, of Georgia. Rev
Dr. Bowman, of St. Mark's Lutheran
church, officiated. The house was
beanti'ully decorated for the occa
sion, the interior arrangement being
especially pretty for a wedding.
Between the parlor on the right and
hall is a long arch. This arch was
festooned with garlands and flowers,
and here, on a large snow white
rug, the young couple who exchang
ea vows, stood, l be parlor was
elaborately decorated with ivy,
chrysanthemums and ferns, and the
beauty of floral tffeot was enhanced
by the. glow from tbe pink shaded
banquet lamps, which seemed con
8C10U8 or tne nonor done tnem, m
being allowed to lend radiance to
eucb a scene.
There were no attendants, the
marriage being a very quiet affair.
The parlors were filled with rla
tives and special friends, interested
witnesses of the pretty event.
As the clock finished striking the
hour, the bride and groom entered
the hallway and stood under the
arch, and were made '-no longer
twain, but one," by Dr. Bow nan in
an impressive ceremony.
The bride wore a s ylish tailor
made suit of blue cloth, which fitted
her trim Ggure perfectly, and which
was exceedingly b. coming. Those
wbo know her best are heartiest in
their cocgratulations to Mr. Thies.
Bright aud bttractive, she has ulwajs
had friends, and by them has heeu
loved and aprec.ated.
The groom is a son of Captain
and Mrs. A Thies, of the Haile Gold
mine, in South Carolina. He is
general manager of both the Frank.
lin and McDowell gold mines in
Georgia, mines which are operated
by tha Charlotte Mining Company.
He is a young man of excellent busi
ness capacity, and 1b held in high es
teem by all to ho have business or
social dealings with him.'
After the ceremony the guests
were invi ed to partake of the wed
ding fupper. The table presented
a beautiful and tempting picture.
Tha centre -piece wa3 a pyramid of
fruits and llawers, at the too of
which was a large bunch of La
France fesos, fio u Wa-l ii gton,
which wtre as fresh ai.d beautiful as
when plucitd. Four large cuke,
which were rial otuan:euts t the
table, were male and ictd by Mrs. J
etcher, of M tin ro- and Airs. J
F Goodaon, o' Coiicord.
The design of icing wa uuique
and beau (if nl. Ou the bride's cake
were two large LearU; ou auothor a
summer bouae with flners beieaib,
and two companion pieces, one
iced in a design of buuehts of
grapes with leaves. The ixecution
bespoke Mrs. Fletcher and Mrs.
Goodaon artists iu tbe icing line.
Tbe menu as full and delicious
comprising chicken, suiad, turkey,
tcngur, olii-s, Eandwiehes, ciff-'e,
chocolate, jelly at,d ic -s.
Mr. ai.d Mrs. 'fliim rtceiv.da
numbtr of handsome presents,
among the number a Filvtr service
from the t room 'a pareuts, and an
heirloom from relativism Germany
a piece of eilvtr oyer TOO years old.
Mr. and Mrs. Thies left last night
for Atlanta. Their future home
win oe near Air. l hies mines in
Among tbe guests from a dis
tance were Capt. and Mrs. Thies, the
groom's parents; Mr. and Mrs. T H
Higin3, of Lenoir; Mrs. Goodaon, of
Concord, and Mrs. Fletcher, of
Tried to Unrn a KeHidence.
Gharlo te Newe; Mr. J Watt
Hood who was in the city today,
reports that last Tuesday night an
attempt was made by come unknown
parties to bnro the residence of the
Misses McLeod, at Matthews. They
are aged ladier, sisters to Maj. M
McLeod, of Charlotte, and live
alone, tht-ir sleeping apartments
being on tbe second floor of their
residence, A pile of dry leaves and
lightwood was placed under their
bouse and fired, but forunately the
blaze did not communicate to
tbe bouse. No motive can be
imagined for this attempted incen
riae Seed WbeatFor Male.
I offer three hundred buBbels of
seed wheat for ; . sale, Folcastor
variety. . Price $1.00 per bushel at
my granary." J. W. WidehhoVse. ;
r Georgeville, N. O
Oct, 18tb, 1895. .- ;:; "-- - -f 19 V
TOWN AND COUNTY.
An Oregon borse. belonging to
Mr. J M Bnrtage died Wednesday
night 'at Brown Bros, stables,
was yalned at about t50.
It is strange tbat we throw away
without compunctions the old brush
and comb when we find it hard to
part with Iheni.
The latest gift of Rockfeller to
the Chicago University makes his
total contribution to that University
$7,400,000. This is the largest gift
ever made to a university or college.
Mr. O L Giaber, who has been
here for several months assisting
his brother, H A Graber, in tbe
market and ice business, has gone to
Martinsville, Va., lor several months.
The Standard wishes him success.
Phil Sorg, who has made fifteen
millions manufacturing tobacco,
told the people of Cincinnati in a
big meeting on Saturday night, that
he always added the interval reve
nue tax with interest on his tobacco
so that the fellow who "chaws the
weed" pays Uncle Sam's tribute.
Many people, when a little con
stipated, make the mistake of using
saline or other drastic purgatives.
All that is needed is a mild dose of
Ajer's Pills to restore the regular
movement of the bowels, and nature
will do the rest. They keep the
system in perfect order.
A special to the Charlotte Obaer
yer from Raleigh, says : Judge Coble
this morning gave an oral decis:on
in the penitentiary case, answering
only the first issne : "Was the plain
tiff legally elected?" "No." The
judgment has never been drawn. An
appeal of course will be taken.
Mrs. S E White, of Fort Mill, P.
U., met with a painful accident
Wednesday during the preparations
for the Scott-Springs wedding fes
tiyitie8 in Unailotte. one made a
misstep on the Belmont sairs and
fell dislocating her shoulder. She
suffered intensely. Mrs. White is
visiting her sister, Mrs. J M Odell.
'Turn tho rascals out" the
familiar party-cry may be applied
to microbes as well as to men. The
germ of disease tbat lurk in tbe
blood are "turned out" by Ayer's
Sarsaparilla as effectually as the old
postmasters are displaced by the new
Trilby parties are new in order. A
number of young folks were .enter
tained Friday night at a home in
this city, where one of the number,
who entered the house without the
knowledge of the others, eoncealed
hertelf behind a curtain and had the
whole party to guess to whom the
bare "Trilby' belonged, The nov
elty was immensely enjoyed. The
one who posed as "Trilbv" is yet un
known to the young folks.
lawlessness In Eastern Barry.
Mount Airy Nevis We have mea
ger particulars of a tad affair which
occurred in the Stone Mountains, 8
miles east of town, on the Mount
Airy and Stewart road, last Satur
day night. Chvley and John Mc
Brvde, brothers, who live about six
miles north of town, were on their
wav to Stokes county to visit their
sisur, when they met a party of five
or six men in the road, said to be
from West field, foing in the opposite
direct ion. Something was said abou'
giving the road, when the Westfield
crowd opesed fire on the McBryde
brother, some twenty-five shots be
ing tired. When tbe smoke of th?
battle cleared away it was found
tbat Charley McBryde had been
seriously shot. His brother Johi
went to some residences in the neigh
borhood and secured assistance and
mov'd him as far as possible in the
direction of Crcsman's, but a
fidally compelled to stop with him
in the woods, where he remained un
til next morning.
After the battle in the road the
Westfield crowd went to .the resi
dence of Les Goihs, a dissolate wo
man living near, and proceeded to
demolish things generally. The;
tore do w a the chimney, . knocked
out one side of the house, broke up
the beaastead, threw all the clothing
and bedding into tbe yard, and
made a bonfire of it, and then set
fire to the house. We are not in
formed as to whit became of the old
woman while this was going on.
The house would urdsubedtly have
been destroyed, but the crowd that
John McBryde had arouaed arrived
on the scene in time to pat out the
fire and save it
Charley . McBryde, the wounded
man, was attended by Drs. Ed and
Joe Hollingswortb. The ball enter
ed above the right groin, passed
through - the . bo ties and . lodged
about an inch and a . half from tbe
backbone. The wound is a serious
one, and it is not improbable that he
will die ' r
' Drew Cook, William - Adams,
John Owens, and two Reynolds
negroes, were arrested charged with
being the perpetrators of the crime,
They had a hearing yesterday before
'Squires Richardson and Snoddy.and
all succeeded in proving alibis and
were discharged. . ; .;.
tmo oa A A inn vt A U KM
a rtirvo ' Vnr rt a n pas! Ail jn
Rains were reneral and hard
Thursday night, except some places
in No. 6 township, where a very
light sprinkle fell.
At Winona, Minnesota, Thursday
a foot of heavy, wet snow fell. In
other parts of the northwest it is
. Anpther marriage : This one will
bo just eight days . before Thanks
giving. The town is to be robbed
again. That a where it hurts
Already one of the new houses to
be built by Mr. P B Fetzer, on Mill
street is nearly complete. Mill
street is a coming part of town.
Mr. B O Morris and family, of
Stanly county, are now residents of
this city, having moved to Cannon
nonville, where they will work in
Mr. Alexander Shoe, of No. 8,
came in, fixed np The Standakd
business that "his clock would coo
tinue running." He says his clock
stops running unless The Stand
abo goes to his home.
Secretary Nichols, of the State
fair, Bays he has paid $2,000 of the
indebtedness of tha fair of 1894,
w II pay this year's premiums in full
and will also pay interest on the
bonded debt, amounting to some
$1,600. Did the awful "Midwaj"
; Engineer Loman is making en
deavors to hive placed in the fire
man's hall, conuccting with the
dynamo and pump, house an electric
bell, to be rung as a signal whenever
an alarm of fire is given, that he can
be in readiness with the pump.
Mr. Jol.ii Cook, who for a year or
more has b;ea liyibg in the wilds of
the west, taking photographs in
different plac 3 in TeihP, returned to
Concord and Cabarrus Thursday
night. He is a sou of Mr, Rufos
Cook, of No. 5 townthip. Johnny
will not go back to Teias.
Evangelist Fife's meeting in
WinBton is now in full progress.
Mayor Gray, of that city, hat is
sued a proclamation through respect
to a petition by 'he citizens for all
the business houses, saloons, eta, to
close from 10:50 a. m. to 12 m. and
after 7:30 p. m. in order that every
body might attend.
Several cL..uren were engaged in
knocking hickory nuts from a tree
at the graded school ground Thurs
day afternoon, when Master George
Corl got underneath the tree and
was struck in the back of the head
with a rock, cutting, a severe
gash. Tbe rock was thrown by
Master George Lore. The hitting
was purely accidental.
Stanly Enterprise ; The county
commi88iones were in session Monday
and in addition to the regular rou
tine of busines usually gone through
with at such times. County Treas.
urer Mr. George D Palmei, to the
surprise of ns all, tendered hu
resignation which was accepted and
Mr. I W Snuggs was elected by tbe
board to fill ont the unexpired
LOSS OF VOICE
After Acute Bronchitis
CURED BY USING
A PREACHER'S EXPERIENCE.
"Three months ago, I took a vio
lent cold which resulted in an attack
of acute bronchitis. I put myself
under medical treatment, and at tho
end of two months was no better.
I found it very difficult to preach.
and concluded to try Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. The first-bottle gave me
great relief ; the second, which I am
now taking, has relieved me almost
entirely of all unpleasant symptoms.
and I feel sure that one or two bot
tles more will effect a permanent
cure. To all ministers suffering from
throat troubles, I recommend Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral.'' E. M. Bbawlet,
TJ. D... Disk Secretary. Am. Bapt.
Publication Society, Petersburg, Va.
Ayer's Chsrry Pcctsral
GOLD KXDA1 AT TEX WORLD'S MIR.
Aim LEO CTO SAATJUS. ,
DR. SHIRE Y PARAtYZED.
Druggist Moose Moves Kilga At
tractlaa; Attention Something Like
Mt. Pleasaxt, N. C, Nov. 6.
Liast Monday evening Dr. J D
Shlrey, president of tbe North Caro
lina College was partially paralyzed
on his right side. The paralyeis
seems to be mostly in his right arm
and face. His speech and mind are
somewhat affected. There has been
some improvement in his condition,
and his many friends wi3h him a
Mr. A W Moose has been busy for
several days moving his stock of
goous into his new store. Wnen he
has everything arranged it will be a
nice place to yisit.
Mr. W G Barringer brought Kilgo,
his thorough-bred colt, down town
to.day. Those who saw the colt
when Mr. Barringer bought him,
would not now recognize him. He
will, when grown, be a beautiful
animal, and Mr. Barringer is, of
course, proud of him.
A good many people are afflicted
with bad colds, accompanied with
fever. We hope it is not a return
of the "grip."
1 he autumn wedding at Central
Methodist church Wednesday night
was a lovely one, indeed, when Mr.
David A Garrison, of BeBsemer City,
was married to Miss Jaanita Col-
irane, a most excellent and accom
plished young lady of this city,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D B Col
m i .
xne aecorauons were gorgeous
and with great effrct. On either
side of the chancel there stood an
arch of chrysanthemums and au
tumn leaves, At the last stroke of
the clock as it tolled the hour of 9,
the ushers, Metsra. J F Yorke and
C E Alexander marched up the
right aiale, crossed to tbe left and
stationed themselves on the f urth
erest side of the left aisle and were
followed by Dr. Frazier and Mr.
A B Correll, who stood in the right
aisle. Preceding the groom and
best man, Mr. C P Moore, of Bea-
aamer City, were the flower girls
and boys. Master Artbnr Odell and
little Misa Mary Kimmons who walk
ed np tbe right aisle, crossed to the
left and passed to the center arch,
standing at the left, and at the same
time Master Martin Luther Cannon
with little Miss Jennie Coltrane
faced them at the mat. Next
ame Miss Chandler, the maid of
honor, carrying a large coquet cf
pure white flowers in her left h.md,
marched majestically np the aisle
and stood to the left of the groom
and best man at the alter. Miss
Chandler wore a beautiful gown of
light tan, trimmed in brown velvet,
with large buttons and puff sleeves.
Miss Coltrane, the bride, came next
leaning on the arm of her father,
marching straight np the aisle to
the altar, where the father presented
Miss Jnanita to Dr. Garrison, after
which Rey. R H Parker, in a beau
tif ul and impressive ceremony made
them man and wife. The bride
carried in her hand a bunch of
white flowers, and wore a mingled
grey traveling gown, trimmed in
garnet velvet, with a becoming bon
net, with flowers and tips. The
arch 'neath which stood the blush
ing bride and stately groom, was of
beautiful d.sign, consisting cf
evergreens and white chrysanthe
mums, the back ground to which
was a heayy circle of variegated
autumn leaves, Miaa Nannie Alex
ander presided at the piano, and
rendered Mendelsshou's march fault
lessly. Immediately after the ceremony
the bride and groom accompanied by
Miss Chandler and Mr. Moore, left
for Bessemer City, their future
home. Dr. and Mrs. Garrison were
recipients of many lovely and costly
I.ncketl Two Hontbs of SO.
"Uncle Jimmie" Bradford, of No.
3, died Tharsday about 9 o'clock.
Be lacked juat two months of reach
ing four t-core and ten. - For a long
time he was a member of Coddln
Creek A. R. P. church, bat after tbe
erection of Gilwood charcb, near
him, he j' lined there. Be was the
father of Mr. John R Bradford.
His remains were interred at Pop
lar Tent, Rev. Shaw, his pastor, con
ducting the tuneral.
b)r. elaaes sead.
Mr. G T Crowell has received in
formation from South America to
the effect tht Dr. Andrew M clones,
hia friend who visited tim here last
spring, had died on sea bel ween Lis
bon and Rio. The report baanot
been col firmed and Mil ' Crowell
hopes it is untrue. - -
Highest of all in Leavening Power.-
AWFtLCiilME IN OMAHA.
An Eleveu-1enr-OIl tiirl Outraged
and Then Choked to Death.
Omaha, Neb., Nov. 6. Early this
morning the police found the body
of Ida Gaakin, aged 11, in a vacant
room on Howard trrt et. She had
been outraged and then choked to
death. She had been missing since
last evening. Three youn men,
Ed. Sanford, George Morgan and
Booder were arreuted, charged with
The feeling ag'dnst the prisoners
became bo strong duricg the day
that it was decide t to remove them
from the city and they were hastily
removed to the penitentiary.
The police are satisfied that Mor
gan, who is a teamster, is the rapist
and murderer. Moro than 5,000 per
sons viewed the remains of the child
at the morgue today and tonight a
large crowd surrounds the jail from
which the prisoners have been re
Mr. William A Moncure and Miss
Carrie Pemberton were married at
the Methodist church in this place
this evening at 8 o'clock, the cere
mony being performed by Rev K M
Taylor, of the Western North Caro
lina Conference. The bride wore
white brocaded ettiu with orange
bloseoms. The groom wore a full
dress suit, conventional black. At
tendants were Misses Anca Ilearue,
Pat Ross, Puttie Shankle sad Jen
nie Freeman, Albemarle, N. C. ; Miaa
Wina Marshall, Wadesboro; Miss
Ina Smitherman, Troy ; and Miss
Mary Deberry, Lilesville. Messrs.
W J Swink, Jos. Klutts, K E Aus
tin, of Albemarle, and Messrs. Fred
Hargraye and Crawford 1) Bennett,
Mrs. J P Cook, of Concord, played
the wedding march. The church
was crowded with the many friends
of the bride and groom, from Albe
marie and vicinity.
After the marriage a wedding
supper was served to a number of
invi'ed friends and relations, at the
home of the biide's parents, M&jor
and Mrs. Pemberton
The bride received a great many
beautiful and costly j reaen s,
notably a beautiful snuff box inlaid
with gold, the gift of the Misses
Kron, of Ottoway Hill. It waa
owned and used by Augustus Dilla
mothe, their greatuncle, who was
soldier under the command of
Uochambeau, and fought in the tatt
tie of Yorktown in 1781. Other
presntsnoticed were several gold
nuggets from the mines in the vi
The party will take the morning
train for the home of the eroom'a
parents, Falmouth, Va., and tbe
Albemarle, N. C , Noy. 6.
Uot. Cnrr in Atlanta.
Gov. Eliaa Carr is in Atlanta on a
pleasure trip, accompanied by his
wife and two daughters. When Been
by a Journal reporter, Gov Carr
said : "I am not here in my official
capacity, but simply on a visit of
pleasure to see the Exposition. I
have no program at all and don't
know what we shall do while in the
city, except to take in the points of
"We will remain here three or
Everything is quite in North
Carolina," continued the governor.
"We haye had no election recently,
and have taken no part in the pre
vailing political excitement.
"List year we lost everything, you
know," said he, "the f uaionisU elect
ing both Senators."
Governor Carr waa very much in
terested in the result in Kentucky,
and was making inquires early this
morning as to General Watt Hardin's
He was not satisfied, he said, with
tbe news from Keniucdy. It waa
couched in very uncertain language,
and gaye cause for the belief tbat it
was unfavorable. When informed
that his fears were true, the governor
expressed his sincere regret.
wm atoathaat rarest Hill.
Thursday night about 9 o'clock.
Henry Lisk a young man 21 years of
age, died at the borne of his father
at Forest Bill- He bad been sick
foraometime with typhoid fever.
His remains were taxen to , Mt.
Uilead church, Montgomery county,
for interment. .
i The little tbreeyearso!J son cf
Mr. and Mrs. James Brown, of
Forest Hill, died Thursday nisht of
membranous croup. . . . ' -
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Shipping Rrirk to Aluemnrle.
Messrs Chapman & Satterfield,
enterprising and successful brick
manufacturers, axe shipping brick to
Albemarle for the new jail. Two
car loads aday go and'more if the
cars could be had.
This i3 the way Concord does up
Itae Pnttergou-Jtorchead Cards.
Most handsomely engraved cards
of invitation to the maniagc of Mr.
RufuB Lenoir Patterson and Miss
Margaret Morchead, of Durham,
have been received ia the city. This
interest!! ev;at occurs at high
noon, iNoveyber 21st in the Presby
terain church, of Durham.
Uouie "iutle fivvie."
That's the song Chief of Police
Boger sang to Anizi Phifer, John
Pieesley, Frank Coleman, and Cab
Freeman and this (Thnrs.diy)
niorunig when he rau on an
interesting crap game in the old
bowling a'.by in rear of M E Caster's
cabinet Bhon. Tbe giune waa de
layed considerably when the chief
gave chjee to a couple ot the sports,
lie got t'at ;:, Lc.vi.ver, but the
tones arc yet to be hauled.
Why He A to.. -j- :il r:.er.
A recent fulcriber to a certain
Lesvspaper writes to the editor to
stop his papr, end tn&kes ihh ex
"I think . :; ie autc-ut to spend
tuc-ir moisey iur p.-yrars nii daddy
didn't and every boJ ted be wua the
intcllioteai man iu tho kentry and
hal the smartest family of boia that
ever dug tatera."
Who is "Y. T. Croweir' '
The Bpscial colic ctcr cf the Char.
iotte Observer spent several days in
Concord. He writes a letter about
ua and gets'&ome things correct. He
puts Mr. G T Crov.-ell down as "Y
T Croweli'' and says he's "a big
farmer." Great Gcciacsa! Hi
Crowell is no more of a farmer than
Evangelist Fife, Lut he can beat
him ruibiiig fine boa taa running a
roller mil!. L t Mr. Bryant come
back aud lower his silit. We all
appreciate wtat he dia do, but
must protest having cur genial
Giles Crowell, the Fonu Flour man,
put down a3 a Lirtuer,
To iliOMe or the 8300 Icti-st.
Charlotte News : Cel. Chas, W
Bradshaw, Mr. Thos. L i.'itch, Mr.
D McGinnis, and others, o Char
lotta, who belonged to Company F
First North Carolina Cavalry, have
been notified to attend a meet.ng of
the survivors of the company to be
held in Concord, on November 16,
The late General liufus Barringer
bequeathed this company the sum of
$500, aud the meeting on the 16th,
is called for the purpose of dtciding
upon what disposition is to be made
of the money. The J500 bequeathed
by Gen, Barringer to Mecklenbr
Camp was put out at isteresff or the
camp. The News hears that some
of the Cabarrus veterans want to
have the money equally divided
among the members Company F.
"For Charify Zuikrcth Long."
Krs. Laura C. Phoenix, rutw.kee. Wis.
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1 Afc iMflm
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letter may give me. In Not. and Deo, 1893,
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soon, with tho care of bo many sick, I
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X6eeaot mo debilCtuied and nervous
from sleeplessness and the drafts made on
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Jules' liestoratlve Xervino,
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