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Vol. XIII. No. 140,
TO FIGHT GUTHRIE,
Biblical Recorder Takes
CONCOl, C FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2, i896.
.tllesed Statement About
A FLAGMAN KILLED.
.iirjtra were held in tWo
Wards Of the CltV last mVKt Kn .ulBtt root Was Caiie-ht n n w-
ennhlmano tt i. i , . I Fell and Wai Sunt tvmo
Tins week the Biblical, llecorder to rtT J .Tnn vSZ7.
- , . . . . wuuj Aiuuveution . j J"""ft xnmuau mail
i. n r lrn nrrnr n & if.' ' . i . - . , - :
, b"""' maj. morrow. -brom what can be ose home is at Danville, Va
Guibrie for a statement reflecting learned, the nomination fn ffw;ff whn ma fl. .u. '
upon the Baptist -denomination, to run on the fusion ticket will be freight conducted' by Cant Clark
mnh th Iata Hi. r,u "J Close hfttnAcn Tlf, rp n a i - . ' UJ U P1 - VArf
wr 11UUUWU L... :r . x v, oincKer, oi met with a horrible dpth
charged him with making, but ana Mr. M L Buchanan, rhirinft Tnnnfi 7J D
' i. t u fi ;'u j . of Mt, Pleasant arlotte Junction on the Southern
which Ma3. Guthrie denies. i iur. feasant - ; Rfl lpft . flli- V.-x
The Kecorder savs xne meeting in Ward 4 was com- 7 J 7" , V JJ rnmg
The recorder says . posed entirely of negroes, with one , Prev -a-? as bis train was
It is far from our aim to intfir exception. Oalfih "Rn pullinff out for Danvil.A MB
fere with any party. The readers-of chairman of the meeting and en- Preceded the train a little distance
tnese commas Know mat we are inn H wlctu lu uuuuuct me pow-wow Bt fQe juncuon. ana as he started to
depandeDt, If any man ' reflects . Paiamentary rules. The meet- cross the track -one foot was caught
upon the Baptist people of these Lij " " & uuguuuu vjne in tne irog, tie fell and the engine
uarisey arose to Arinroao j . -
cnurcnes, ir any man renects upon chair while another was sDeakinT 8era ot rs rau over hi
the principles for which they con- The chair id . T uI bod cutting the man in halves, the
tend, whether he is a candidate or The old darkftv W. noo. entire length o his body up to his
not, the Kecorder cannot be true to gan again, when the chair the sec- neaa wich was severed from the
the people who support it, cannot 9n time told hinx that he couldn't -fy aDd rolle4 to one side. Myers
be true to the Convention .of which her ll!m Thexld' man drew' still wa(8 011 his homeward run, but the
' A mm m I m m . m - , -
it js the organ, cannot be true to its ucarer anQ an in a tone that Wn wife that awaited his coming
calliEg, and be silent: The timft a. uearu more an a block away, was overcome-; with grief and whh
I anH f . - I ' I ' "
comes when the Recorder must not p L a , ome ai( he pro8trate when his mangled form
count the coat. T" coumn -t near bed her later ia the day. It
Dr. Pritchard, who with Mai. and h Bounded Wv m mi homble fieatt,
I 1 " W W UUU I (- . ki
Guthrie attended a banouet at the war whoon Indiana aiv Uaf lJ ..
Uniyereitj in, June, 1895, wrote of scaiping a foe.
the occasion in an account to Charity
Whole HO. 1. 519
... J "1 1 m . e
ana unmren, cne organ or the oj
phanage as follows :
For Over Fifty Tears
It will be remembered that Revs.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothimr
bfinn nkd fnr avm fiPr u I bo
N Miller;, of this county, and W
ijutz, of VYin8ton, were In Greens
ro several weeks
a JLVfl vyci liity years oy. . r . . iuof
"The addresses were generally million? of mothers for their. "child- 4f fer the Lutheran mission at that
good, and in excellent' gpirit a .d ZZ."n Z?' commended to the
taste : but there ,Mnu m STHrir" that tlli be nlar
me personally was offensive and colic, and is the bet remedy for s8,on P0fc. The members of this
Iii,.., ! Diarrhoea. It" will relieve the noor charge have since extended a call to
7 fnr UBluumieu lo ao little sufferer immediately. Sold by Bev. Miller, and it has been circu
good, lcat was the soeech ot W. druiats in evprv rmrt nf th iLa ' u .
A Guthrie on the: University and T wen tj.fi ye cents bottle. Be sure congr gation at Salem Church that
the church. jHe charged: that the ?nd a.foCM Wmslows Sooth- LT
T, - - , - iag oyrup," ana take no other kindfl T :6 .,,ne
ifiiiii.in i,n ww m w--1 ii i h u i e .
higher schools of learning were OIv11 Away Free
are glad to learn from him that inch
is jnot the case and that he does not
a - ' -w 'vm MMg . ii a v , . ....
enemies "to the University and . advertise bur goods we will contemplate leaving This present
mupht t,n Aeatrnv if rl fhof . wy i red one dox charga Salisburv World
.ought to deetro, it, and that the, IvS nV ad
wera traitors to their country and a sample bottle -of Peeler's Pain
their Uod." Killer to every one sending us fifty
' DPSirinafnK,fftir WOOof o cents to pay packing andf postage.
a , I. j c wj iiaaress,
of the latter part of this paragraph T Peeler Anderson Medicine Co.
to Mr. Guthrie before-he was nomiJ Eox Kemersyille, C
nated. He denied it in a private worn or thw...7
letter ahd also in the newspapers, Thnrnd nn'ht known to riders every where that the
in the latter suited thafc wa "bad Ln ,gQarantee does not cover damages
. . " 7 r v v w"f cuteieu me am resulting from the carrying of anti-
a low motiie m bringing the matter mg apartments at, the home of Mr. leak preparationa. inside the. tire.
nnt T IT nlli. ; n i. . t ;. - D J 1. .1 . i ...
The Mo reran A Wright Guarantee.
The guarantee of the "good tires"
is broad enough to cover almost any
aiuu ui aiiuieuiB, ana 10 satisry . the
most ' exacting rider, but the line
must be" drawn somewhere, and Mor
gan & Wright are. trying ' to make it
T H Cook, on" Church
street, ad aS haying as much air as possible
helped themselves to a good' morsel !a the M. & W. : quick-repair tire
of cold victuals. The intruders did efrf Ptmg the tool into the
- ... vtiVA TMinnf-nvA anil AT
not ransack anything but the dining other simple instructions in the cat.
man who would lead the neonle to " . . . .V . -1" i eat least ague, a permanent repair can be
onnQA; u i . V . nothing had been missed. made in twoiminutes, at the road-
Some one broke into the milk- rT' unour r,e;nov(g the tire from
Dr. Pritchard cannot speak now.
But h6 would not have written; 'if
he had not known. It ill becomes a
maa who would lead the people to
contradict the statement of a minis-
'Xew Woman "will
be a stronger wo
man than the old
fresh air and the
right exercise will
do much for her.
Fresh air is a great
a great nerve tonic
if a woman be in
condition to take it.
A healthy woman
can avoid disease.
She. can avoid the
in e vita Die vweaK
ness" of her sex if
she pursues the
same methods will
not cure her if she
be already sick
-Taken under medical direction, in con.
nection with the right medicine, they
will help effect a cure. No women who
suffers at all from so-called "female weak
ness .. should attempt athletics of any
sort. She should first put herself into
possession of strong and hearty health by
taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
After she i3 thoroughly well, exercise and
diversion will help to keep her well. The
cure should come first. Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription is designed and rec
ommended i"or only the one thing. It
acts directly upon one set of organs. No
matter what is the matter with them, it
will cure it. ; It will not cure-anj'thinjr
else. It is a wholesome tonic, an invig
orating nervine, or nerve-food as well as
a; healing 'medicine, and. thousands of
perfectly well women have found that by
taking it regularly during the period of
pregnancy, the danger and pain of par
turition were much-lessened, and in
many cases, almost entirely obviated.
In every American household, there should be
c?py of Dr. Pierce's great work, "Common
Sense Medical Adviser,"' 1008 pages, illustrated.
One copy free, to any address on receipt of 21 one
cent stamps -to pay for mailing only. .World!
Diproary Medicaf Association. Bui&Io. N. Y,
J. F. HTJ'RLEY,
INSURANCE AGENT '
Office over "
MTZER'S DRUG STORK
L. M xVRCHEZ, M D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Qoncord, N. 0.
OFFICE : ST. CLOUD ANNEX
Flieep-year gold filled v atches,
' Elgin or Waitham movements
Ladies or Gents, sizes 811.50.
Quadruple Plated Baking Dish with.
Porcelain Dish inside $6 25,
cheap at 610.
Quadruple Plated Water SeW
(Pitcher, Waiter and Cup)
Childrens Sets, Knife, Fork and
Spoon, 15 cents, while they
- " last. 1
Bon-Bon, Gloe aDd Handkerchief
Boxes "at any. old price."
Rogers'Double PjbteTar.'. Spoons1
V 82 40, formeiiy 84 50.
Only a few pairs nf Solid Gold
Spectacles lef. at $2 25
Solid Gold Stick P r? at and bf
low COal. '
Sterling Silver Cloak Hangers, 45
Five-Dollar Syrup Pitchers for 8350.
Sterling Silver Hat Marks 20 cents.
Solid Sil ver Thimbles 25 cents.
Five-Dollar Pickle Casters 82 50.
Sugar Shells, "A 1' 50' cents.
Souvenir Spoons 20 ce ita.
These goods must be sold acd now
is the time to get your Ctfristmas
presents at J their value.
k - Clothing - at
m! - 'iter's
ter Of Gnd ftf f.pr VlO id AamA nrVian Via - ' '.
, . - - " house of ; Mrs. W O Kime, who
nad several months in which to con- liyes a few doors below Mr Cook,
tradict it wben be was living and and took the cream and milk there-
coma speak for himself. The state from.
Agents wanted to sell Macintoshpa
and Robber Clothine, Tires, and a
been in nrinfc rav! Thiovno arre'mnf in full line of Rubber Goods, ( Part or
' W w mm w wwm I m, w w w w V V VV m--M V A m4-M Kill I I . I I J - -
montha while Dr. Pritchard was home ot Mr. T H Kezzlah. on Main TWl'P
.. . i m ' - igruuuu iu wurnera, raciory Jf. j
UVe: If WOO in nnnf mnA f Vinn I Htrfifir. Vint. WPfA Tn OrTl fonarl onrow I 1 IV1. TT. f7t.. J.
u uuv uuic bucu a i -i - un-um unuja i XO i X, c W JL-UTK
jcar oerore Mr. Guthrie denied it. it is Delieved that the parties
If further eyidence than the word of doing this devilment are some of Notice, Knights
a man known and respected and the many hungry tramps that inftst fTbere will be a regular meeting of
yea oy the people of this State for hao wwn-
aore than twentyfive years were
we would cite the fact that
taere was no denial until it became
a matter of personal interest ; and
farther, the fact that the statement
aaa been confirmed by others; and
.urther, the fact that a beloyed min-
18ler m this State is now read v to
arm that in a conversation- after
For Infants and. Children.
Concord " Knights of Pvthias. : No
51, tonight at 8 o'clock; Members
especially requested to be 1 prompt.'
! .. . r A TTEESoyy.q.lX
Ml B. Habtsell, Knf R,-and 3r
No doubt about it; we are better fixed to
please you in Olothing than, we have ever '
Hon. William Bailyof Itadians,
the aconnnf j zJ- I MAva if i.ha AlAntion were todaT Tn-
Children n, nJ. dna would give Bryan 25,000
a Children Dr. Pritchard relter-
ated the Statemftnt: in nta nrPBon
Ahe denial, the insinuation as to
TO CUKE A COID IU OH DAY
" motive haa hn m.fl. V nrt m.. Take laxative Bromo Qninine Tab-
U , w 1 lota a li drniroriffte reiana
I money jf it fails to care. 25c.
Everv oXtiv.f-.n of C
to bum coal'duriiigjtheWmiiig .wftifef
ing from ns. We will handle the best
and will delfvVr any MaiiUty in any part
of the city.- -Youi orders are solicited:
Bo js'. Suits; latest and
Children's Suits, late st
We artee :tp,saye ,ytou money.
Hcadqnarters at Bla-k elder V stored oh
West Depot sireeti r r tvrU . 08
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