... xiii. No-100
CONC01ll, N. 0., MONDAY, OCTOBER 26 1896.
Whole NO. 1,539
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THE KLKCTIO LAW. of not exceeding one thousand doU
I lara. nr lmnricnnm . i j i,
, Work Disqualification m ' l"'uu,cul "ru moor,
severe Frauds May tor a terni not exceeding two years.
,erV sear. uutu ouya one ana imprisonment,
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l n j ni c iuc uiuuciuua v. wuj wmu
,rvi rolin nrmll -roitVi I OUESTTOTCS. AV.qwt?pc a xtt -oxivr i -r
... pnmmit fraud, legisteror for convict voting.
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l5ll,,. nlnrP than one box, or more 8. "If any person be challenged.
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"I1? tini-f Ui r u u iuau iuuuvC l wvu iuuviiitcci Ul ally
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r to uO SO, or any perouu wiiu 1 "" "ivu cauiuuch mm irom ine
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,-iipcr .illy vote at any election, r'gnt or sunrage, ne shall be re
ui be il t y of an infamous quired to answer any questions in
imprisoned not less than 12 relation to such alleged conviction;
,ha or fined not less than one Dut hia answers to Buch questions
fc r.d dollars, at the discretion of shall not be used against him in any
fa ecu rt; anu any registrar 01 uacuuuuu 3 uuu n any
-r aiiv clerk or other efficer Person so convicted shall vote at
nrer employe, wno snail mase "uj wctwuu, iwuuuui uavm ueen
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or copy, with intent to restored to tne rigbts ot citizenship,
fraud, shall be liable to ne sa&u ne guilty ot an infamous
crime, anu punisnea oy nee not ex
ceeaing one tnousana aonars, or
imprisonment at hard labor, not ex-
two years, or both such fine and im
prisonment." Sec. 55
AN ARM LACERATED.
Clay Lowder Receives Injuries at a
Cotton Gin That are Quite Serious.
Clay Lowder, a young white man
interested in the cotton gin ani saw
mill 'owned by Safrit & Lowder, at
he Gold Hill and Salisbury fork in
No. 6 township, met with a f-erio-.-a conRenl and pleasant.
2, "That any person who shall
corruptly take the oath prescribed
favorer, shall be guilty of perjury,
and fined cot les3 than five hundred
dollars nor more than one thousand
hilars, and be imprisoned at hard
labor in penitentiary not less than
accident this (Monday) mornii.g.
He was handling the gin and in at-
empting to raise the breast to re-
tore the roll, his hand was caught
in the saw, cutting off three of his
fingers and bdly lacerating his left
arm up to the elbow. His hand and
arm was cut and jagged by the teeth
of the saw for fully tea minutes be
fore assistance reached him. Mas
ter Earle Patterson heard the terri-
ying screams of the young man a
quarter of a mile away, he being at
his grandfathers, Cant. Wm.
Propat's. Earle ran to the mill,
where Messrs Jake Barringer and
Robert Safrit were working, and had
the machinery stopped until the
3. "Any person who shall treat,
with either meat or drink, on any
dav of election, or on any day preN
viou3 thereto, with an intent to in
fluence the election, 3hail forfeit
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8Q F y -vu uuuureu umiuia,
OF REGISTRARS AND
9. "The registrars and judges of
election in each ward and precinct
to nor more than five years." Sec. shall, respectively, possess full pow
er and authority to administer oath8:
maintain order and enforce obe
dience to their lawful commands
during sessions,' respectively, and
shall be constituted inferior courts
for that purpose ; and if any person
shall refuee to obey the lawful com
mand of any such registrar or judge
of election, or, by disorderly conduct
in their hearing or presence, shall
interrupt or disturb their preceed-
4. "Any person who shall dis- hngj they may, by an order in writ-
i employment, withdraw mg E1gned by their chairman, com
patron. ce ncm, or otnerwise injure, mit the oerson oflending to the
threaten, op, rrss, or attempt to in- common jail of the county, for a pe
timidate, any qualified voter of this I riod not exceeding thirty days and
State, because of the vote such voter 8uch order shall be executed by any
major may not have cast in any sheriff or constable, to whom the
Section, sh;ll be guilty of a misde- same shall be delivered, or if the
ceaaor. ec. -il, I sheriff or constable snail not oe
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BRIBERY. I present, or Biiau reiuoc nui, j
"Ary person who shall, at yuiucl i'CiBUU
m time before or after an election, P-u l'"" uuaiU U1
either Uirtcvly or indirectly, give or eiecuoa, m wriunK, uu m
fromise to ive, any money, prop- of such jail ahall receive the person
ertv or reward, to av elector, or to 9" commuted, and safely keep him
l j- l l w I for such time as shall be mentioned
anvcountvor district, m oruer to 1 ouo11 L1L"V-
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be elected or to orocure anv other ln me comraiimrm.
person to be eiected a member of the
General aesTrihlv nr to anv nfTice
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nnde:thelaw3 of this State, shall e xoiiowing cnuiea aiC W UUi uu
' r'eitandnay four hundred dol- Equality a man irom vouug .
i.-. i, u it n,-ft-fr Abduction of children and con
spiracy for the adduction or cnnaren
abortion, accessories to felonies,
making or selling adulterated or
poisonous liquors, arson and other
wilful burnings, bigamy, bribery,
burglary and breaking in a house
with intent to commit an infamous
crime, lnienb to uummn
Under the laws of North Carolina
Hon. R. B. Lacy.
The speech of Hon. R B Lacy on
Saturday night was of that dignis
fied, conservative, unimpassioned,
edifying class that it is well to listen
to. While it was more particularly
addressed to the laboring class it wa
not of the nature to make the rela
tions of capital and labor the lees
It was m t
his perilous situation. Mr. Lowder
received a wouud cn. nis forehead
also. While the accident was a
seriou3 one, it is not considered fatal.
our privilege to hear the speech, but
we are assured that it was a success,
a credit to himself and the cause he
so faithfully represents.
Help Wnntel I'eniH .
$10 to eiS ; week to Men ond
Women zzsy home work. No
books or canvassing. No txperi
ence. Bona fide tfier. No catch.
Send stamp for work and particu
lars. E. Herrmao, 213 South Sixth
Street, Pniladelphia, Pa. c31
J P Hurley has the old reliable
Penn Mutual Fire Ineurance Com
pany. They write the bett policy
on earth. The most desirable at the
least cost. See the contract before
taking insurance also fire and acci
Knights of old crusaders who went tc
conquer the world, could not hope ta
succeed unless they were in virile, hearty
health. A man cannot face difficulties if
his stomach isn't in good order. Dis
ordered digestion will make a sluggish
coward out of any man. It malces his
mind stagnant, and he cannot think
quickly enough to accomplish anything.
It make3 his movements slow, and takei
all of the 9nat out of him. Every man
vnnn'0- man pnnlH ha rrJpa-or1 frnmJ in business in America has a fight on his
young man couia oe released tromH Q. Tnilph ever had belted
For Over Fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their child
ren while teething, with perfect suc
cess, it soothes tne child, softens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the beet remedy for
Diarrhoea, It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
druggists in every part of the world.
Twenty-five cents a bottle, Be sure
and ask for "Mrs. Winslows Sooth
ing Syrup," and take no other kind.
An Unusual Sight.
People goinq; to and from the rail
roal station to-day saw something
that is rather out of the ordinary
among the male members of the
Concord population. Joe Smoot, an
industrious colored man was hard
at work at the wash tub, while bis
wife was attending to "household
ILVER OK GOLD.
the same, and shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor; and any person who
'tall receive, or agree to receive,
s-:eh bribe, shall be guilty of a
G. "Any person who shall bet or
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ser any money, or other tnmg ci buylng ana selling offices, castration,
?alne uPc eny election held in this inn-nrv to live stock, con-
sh in he guilty of a misce-
eanor.'"' Stc. 43.
cealing birth of child, duelling, em
bezzlement, false lights near the
iu.kgal registration. seashore, false pretense, forgery and
"Any person who shall cause. nt erfeiting. murder and man-
0r procure his name to be registered slaugllter, incest, larceny, receiving
Better than either is a healthy
liver. If the liver is 0. K. the
man is 0. K. His blood is kept
pure, his digestion perfect, and he
can eniov life and act intelligently
and patiently upon the questions
of the day. You all know what to
take. You have known it for years
It is Simmons Liver Regulator
Ja more tn--ui oca election ward or
Kecinct, or shall cause or procure wites an(i negroes, perjury, subcr
came, or that of any other per- dinaticn of perjury, and all offenses
, son, to be registered, knowing that I that are -'infamous, or done m sec
recy and malice, or wua uewiu .uu
intent to -defraud," malicious injury
to railroads, shooting or throwing
into cars, locomotives or trains, rape,
ne or the person whose name he has
procured be registered, is not en
lltd to vote in the ward or pre
cicct 'vht via such registration is
:r?rlr's "I t ae ensuing election to be
or who shall falsely
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3 of the State, and flhall be puni
-1 for cK. y such offence by a fine
assault with intent to commit rape,
rebellion against me
Vigilance, in Charlotte News.
ro cr ke a coiTd in one day
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
money if itfailsto cure. 25c. m!4
hands just as much as ever had belted
knight. It is a matter of life and death,
hist the same with him as it was with the
t i- t j ii it..
crusader. mm sresxion ana an uie ins
th.it lto with it. most frequently start in
constipation. That keeps all sorts of im
purities in the body, forces them into tha
blood, and so deranges the whole system
Constipation is one of tMe commonest
ills, and to it are traceable most of the
disorders that make people sick. Once
it gets a firm hold on a man, it is mosi
dUliCUlt to overcome it. lemporary re-
can be obtained in a thousand ways,
There are medicines on the market that
will help as long as you take them.
There is only one remedy that is a real
remedy that you don't have to keep on
talcing iorever. xuai u xvi. i iciw
a. . r-W II n.11 ..1. II
Pleasant reiieis. ine "reueis arc
tiny, sugar-coated granules, mild and
in their action. They effect a
permanent cure. You don't become a
slave to their use, as with other pills.
If vou will send it ofte-cent stamps to covet
cost of mailing only, we will send you freb tht
most useful medical book extant. This is Dr
Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, in
plain English; a book of 1008 pages, profuselj
Illustrated, the great expense of preparing which
has been covered by the sale of 6So,ooo copies
t tin. reirular rriee. Si. so per copy. Address,
World's Disoensary Medical .
Hain Street. Buffalo, N. T.
The Jlorgau V Wright Guauiuice
The guarantee of the 'ood tirea"
is broad enough .0 cover ulrr.o&t any
kind of ailments and to satisfy th.
most exacting rider, but the 15
must be drawn som pr;-, d Mor-
gan & Wright are tiymg 10 make it
known to riders every where that tha
guarantee does not cover damages
resulting from the rryii-g of anti
leak preparations iiiMue the tire.
By having as much 'r a3 possible
in the M. & W. q i.cK-repnir tir
before putting tl fol into th&
puncture, and fol' vvi; the . few
other simple instru tlr.',.-. in the cat
alogue, a pern.Miei r repair ct-n bi
made in two rninu r-s, at the road
side, without re-uoving the tire from
Association, No. 664
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For years you and your fathers
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It is and always has been put up
only by J. H. Zeilin & Co. Take
none but the genuine. It has the
Red Z on the front of the wrapper,
and nothing else is tho same, and
nothing so good.
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To advertise our goods we will
give a ay, absolutely free, one box
of five-cent cigars,one gold ring and
rample bottle of Peeler' Pain
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cents to pay packing and po3tuge.
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