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VIK:; l i ASSTE OF HUSSELLISM 1 1" a nyinB condition.
CONC011D, N. C TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1896.
."tan Insullcfl. Arrcslel mid
1 1 l f :u Si l ime by a Scgi o.
C., Nov. 29. The
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t.ie oi iiiia county nave
lilJA r ui condition. Mr II
: - lii aim nfgro supremacy.
weeks no John M reach hom hfn-m thn
Mr. M B BarteeP, the popular
ticket agent at the depot, received a
telegram this morning calling him
to the bedside of his father, in Shel-
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; j, -n-uu j a saiu to ne in
CoM-in Churchill, in this
r :, v;as grossly insulted by John
. colored, in consequence of
,! M Coleman immediately
: (i the negro down with his
S -vera! days ago the negro
( . ,uip!aint to John Wright, a
justice of the peace, a vvaro
t f; r ' he arrest cf J M Coleman
; -jcd and a negro deputiz-d to
t.rve it. Mr. Coleman was arrested
; :;ro constable, and carried
to a li' .i;ro store for trial. Mr. John
M Co It-man is a young man of moat
,.vv. !' at character, is universally
po----!:ir, and is a Christian gentle
-ri'-ijjed in the mercantile
-it Churchill. He ia the
:f)f: of Capt. W G- Coleman, for
uv' 'V :. member of the board of
c ::tr:i:s:ioii-;T3 uf thia county. I'hiej
!? x e(co!:d case of this kind
;' :c!i h-j occurred in thi3 county
i: the last six weeks. And yet thia
i; refer m.
irtcieli left on the
morning train, and it ia hoped will
Mr. Hartsell has the rympathy of
many friends in Concord.
When does a justice of the peace's
term of oflice begin, and when
should he justify? Will pome of
our lawyers plnase give the public
some information on this mooted
Five months ago Mr. A J Black
Blackwelder bonghtjrom hia son a
small pifj, for which he paid So.
To-day Mr. Black welder killed hogs
and this ono netted him 515 ponr.d-;
of pork. At the uresnt market
An evidence of conQdence in the
business prosperity of the country ia
the fact that gold is being brought
forth from its hiding places acd
eeking the channels of distribution.
On last Friday Cannon'd fictory
and the Cabarrus Mills 'borh p-ud
oft their hundreds of emplovt-s in
the je'low metal, and yesterday v-.s
same coin was very largely used in j
Clollting - a
UiisM'- mm i
For S.ile ;
Dome3ticewing machine, in perQ
fcr order only $10 00. iS cond
hand split bottom chair?, only 25
cents. Apply at this ffice. dl2
Bev. A J KoJtr., r oh, who has
been with us but a thort while &8
pastor of Zion Hill congregation,
but who in the time gave indications
of m-'.re than the ordinary abihry of
j reachera of hii race, tins been pro-
price it would bring about $31, aiimoted to the office of presiding
KivAzct FroniMt. l'leasaul.
Ml tirs. Monroe, Miller, Peeler,
i - and Phillips spent a few days
. ;r resnecnye homes. They
hive a!l returned to their post of
Two of our college sports, a senior
ar.d sub fresh, spent Surdiy. and
Sunday night in Concord. We
vtm.IcI not be far wrong if we were
of which goes to show that there i
considerably more moneys in raising
bogs than there is in cotton.
time wa? spent near Cannonville.
Misses Addie Boger and Lena
Stevens have returned to the Semi
nary, after spending several days at
Mis Addie Patterson, after hav
hz Jr cnt I'hanksgiving at her home
in Concord, returned Sunday even-
Mis.s Ella Bernhardt has not re
turned yet from her Thanksgiving
visit home. It is said that a certain
spirt, who holds his head on one
s" 1c will not walk by the Seminary
to: that reason
John Lyrely is sick in college at
time. lie has the chnls.
r.. P A Barrier and C H Barn
i -rut, assisted by Dr. Young, cf
' :d, performed a successful
s' '::c.il operation on Mr. S, niy
. - it Fiiuay. They cut a liusje
: from his Bide,
public exercise given by the
'- ' uJ3 Missionary Eociety
iunrr night was both en
i'g and interesting, The
. under the instructicn
3 Jennie Cook, acquitted
'vjs very creditably. The
. ..:ied by the chilnren dur
r, toether with the col
.mounted to nearly thirty
A J? TO NY.
J M Burrage, who lives near
Odell's factory, is progressive in all
things, and especially so in farming.
He has now a field of o-its almo?t
two feet ligh, and fully headtd
He says he don't ask you to take his
word for this statement, but come
and see for yourself.
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James L. Francis, AJderman,
Chicago says : I regard Lr. King's
.New Discovery aa an Ideal Panacea
for Couahs, Colds and Lunc Corns
plaints, having used it in my family
for the last five years, to the exclu-'
sion of physicians's prescriptions
or other preperations.
Rev. John Burgus,Keokuk, Iowa,
wrires: I have been a minister of
the Methodist Episcopal church for
50 years or more, and have never
found anything 30 beneficial, or that
gave me such speedy relief as Dr,
King's New Discovery. Try this
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Bottles free at Feszer's Drug Store.
The Cold Wave.
According to promise of the
Weather Bureau, the cold wave
came in on schedule time, and by 6
o'clock yesterday evening the mer
cury began to take a drop, and at G
this morning had reached 27 degrees,
live below the freezing point, with
a stiff breeze blowing from the north
east. Indications are that it will
probably snow tonight.
tdder in the Alab.im conferer c
His salary is $790 pr year.
No doubt about it we are better fixed to
please you in Clothin than ve have -ever
s Suits, lates
For Infants and Children.
:U' ii tj ( Kou Scrips,
-eventeeth series of stock in
: '..'rd Perpetual Building and
J;; Association will be open for
lr ' i "ment Saturday, December
im. Call on the Secretary
aD Treasurer at Cannons & Fet-
Items from Anssnriu.
Little Miss Mary Nugsman, of
Nussman, happened with quite a
painful accident, while playing with
some machinery. Her hrnd be
came entangled in some wheels and
was badly cut and bruised.
Miss Maggie Bost of No. 7, is at
tending Pcho.oi at the Nussman
Will Clayton, of No. 8, was acci
dently shot in the left side while
bird hunting last week. The wound
is not serious.
We are informed by prominent
parties that No. 7 will lose two of
her most charming young tedies in
the near future.
Mrs. J Earnheardt, of Gold nil),
who had the misfortune to break
her leg a few weeks ago, is much
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