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CAINNONS & FETZEK.
"Ye ell Men's all wool Cassimere suits at
Mm'? Black Wool Cheviot suits at 3.00.
Mens (Jiay Melton suits at "2.00.
M.-us Black Cheviot suits 2.50.
Men's Odd t -oats 75 cents.
Dry"? Odd Coats 50 and 75 cents.
Mens Black Worsted suits fcr 3.50.
Men's Fancy Melton suits 2.50.
MEN'S FINE CLAY WORS
;uaranteed all 'ool $5.50, Cutaways
and Sacks. These are the Kind that
some merchants price Si 2.50,
Of very Fine Clay Worsted Cutaways of
Seldom Bros.' "make at 810. These
would be priced $25 by people who
pretend to save you 25 percent
It you v. ant any Clothing at all,
it ". ill pay you to see us.
Here a re some good reasons
why it will pay you to
trade with us :
lt. We buy our goods in large lots
?nl Ion- them low.
2:1 AV" put the lowest possible price
on them We don't try to make you
think tLcy are worth more by pricing
them at doubts what they are worth.
3d. We do exactly what we say we will
We are here today and expect to be
';ere as long as we live.
! . We will sell you goods that will
fit and please you.
rth. We will give your money back
if Seeds don't suit you
You run no risk in trading with us.
We guarantee the price on everything
Resell. Shoes hats and all kind of
Coxcord, N. C.
p K. CCLTRANE,
. LI KANE,
y Odell, D. F. Cannon
t:f K iNG, J. W. Cannon,
v I:- Odj:ll, W. H. Lilly,
1). B OOLTRANE.
jMien in heed of Fire Insurance,
u hnd see us, or write. We repre
-nt only first-class Home and For
- 1 companies.
:W00DH0USE & HaREIS.
RIOTERS PLEAD GUILTY.
Anniversary Exercise ofthe Winston-
v;- Kale in Y. 9i. c. A.
. Winston, N. C., Doc. 7.-Seyen-teen,
negroes ... wno partic'.pated in
Winston's recent riot and who es
caped arrests and trial at the last
term of. court were arranged todavJ
Thirteen plead guilty and on motion
of the Solicitor they were only taxed
with the cost, which aggregated $16
m ..each case. Four declined to
plead guilty. They will be tried
Anniyersa-y eiercib'es of the Winston-Salem's
Young Men's Christian
Association will be held in the First
Presbyter'aa church tomorrow
afternoon. The address will be de
livered by Stale Secretary Tu-aer,
who pays the. Association his first
visit. A a report of the past V9ar's
work will be made by the president
Mr. William M'Jlei one of MocliSr
yille's best ci'::ens, has lost his
mind, and will be sent to Morgan
ton asyluaa. , It is said, he attempted
to shoot his wife and children a
few days ago.
Winston shipped 259,000 pounds
of manufactured tobacco this week.
A waiter in a hotel here stole a
watch last night. Today he was
tried, convicted and pentended to
the county roads. The owner got
his time piece.
fV A littie,girl who attended services
at one of the churches of the city
Sunday morning heard the minister
announce that there would be a
meeting of the Ob 'siian Endeavors
during the eveciog, which the child
did not uuderstaou, and when reach-
ing home, c.Mwled ?ato her mamma's
lap and sa:d: "'What do you think!
The preacher said the Christians
and deyi's would meet at our church
this evening." The child was yery
much e .cited and afraid.
Murderer Lloyd, who was .hanged
in Chester, S. C. Friday last, was
buried Sunday at the Pheonix Mine,
in the lower edge of this county
Hundreds of colored people went out
to the funeral fom all parts of the
county. His remains passed through
the city Saturday
Suits Have Come.
The Thompson school football
team have their new suits and they
are beai&ts, too. The uniform is
comprised of jackets, pants and
stockings, colors of which are white
and Jr-id. The fever is now at its
Mr. Thomas Litaker, of No. 4
township, lost a single case purse,
containing $21 this,, morning. Tle
money was divided into two $5 bills-,
ten dollars in silver, one $1 bill, and
ten or fifteen cents in change. It
was lost in Cannon's back lot,
Brown rBroa Stables, or between
town , and -..Furr's - store at Forest
Hill. Finder will be rewarded by
leaving same at this office or deliy
ered to him. 4 d&w.
Notice is hereby given that I have
k)at a, certificate of one share of stock
in the corporation,known as the Con
cord Female Aacdemy, said certifii
cate being No. 5 in the books of the
corporation, and said share of the
value cf $50. All persor s are warned
against hoM.ng said certificate of
stock and notice is hereby given that
I shall apply for a duplicate certifi
cate of said share of stock.
Morrison E. Caldwell.
Concord, N. C, Nov. 25, 1895.
1M. u MUiNUAY, DECEMBER 0, 1895.
LEGISLATURE A TIE.
The Democrats Won Yesterday In the
Louisyillf. Ky, Dec. 7. -The
Democrats won today in the sptcial
election in the forty-eighth legisla
tive district, sending A J .Carroll tc
the. Legislature by a majority of 468
over Charles A Blatx, ths Republi
can nominee. As a result, the Ken
tucky Legislature is left with a tie
on joint ballot and the balloting for
United States Senator to succeed
Senator Blackburn is likelv to re
suit in a deadlock. On joint ballot,
the Republicans and Democrats
will have 58 votes each, and the
Populists two and it is pretty well
assured that the Populist yote will
The election was a hotly contested
one. . Cairoll had refused his certifi
cate after the November election be
cause of the secret withdrawal . of
Shreve, the Republican candidate.
Carro l, who is ex-Speaker of the
House, declared he could not ac
cept an election,, carrying with it
the least suspicion of fraud and de
manded a special election.
, The A P A ebmeat figured slight
ly, in the day's balloting and several
fights .resulted, although no one was
seriously injured, John Whallen,
the Democratic leader in the dis
trict, got into trouble at one of the
voting places and was unceremoni
ously pitched into the street, escap
ing,. however, without injury. The
police responded to several riot calls
but bad no difficulty in suppressing
Where Does It- Come From. . ,
It is often that you hear some per
son ask where, does .alLthe . whiskey
that is drunk here Saturday nights
and Sunday come from?" but it 13
seldom you hear of any of the
Vblnds" being raided. An unusual
amount of the vile stuff flooded the
town. Saturday night and it is
sr&Dge, ind, that by accident, if
not by diVgent sea ch, none of the
tige 8 afe rojled. One pe;ta;a firm
int, , tb;8 ci:y sold fffcyaix
empty ,.p!;it fiasls Saturday, aoout
eighteen to one certain negro man,
and .for. what purpose could those
flaska be used, if not for retailing
whiskey. This k'nd of ualawful
nes8 is becom'ng a so e on the town,
which could and should be broken
up, if at all possible.
. Marvelons Results.
From a letter written .by Rev. J
Gunderman,"of Dimondale, Mich-,
we are permitted to make this ex
tract: "I have no hesitation in re
commending Dr. King's New Diss
covery, as the results were almost
marvelous in the case- of my wife
While I was pastor -of the Baptist
.Church. at Rives. Junction she was
brought down with Pneumonia suca
ceeding La Grippe. Terrible par
oxysms of coughing . would last
hours with little interruption and it
seemed as if she could not survive
them. A friend recommended Dr.
King's New Discovery; it was quicK
in its work and highly satisfactory
in results." Trial bottles free at
Fetzer's drug store. Regular size
50c. and 1.
There will be a call com uuni ca
tion of Stokes Lodge No. 32 A. F.
and A. M., Monday night, Decern
ber 9 at 7:30. Work in first degree.
By order of W. M.
S. J. Lowe, Secretary.
THE CORPSE CAME TO LIFE,
Will Recover, Although Supposed to
te Dend for Trvo 2.-iy.
Wilke3barre, Pa., Dec. 5.
There was a yery much surprised
undertaker at Duryea this morning.
On Tuesday Mrs. Samuel Komen
dkd and Undertaker Roon, of Pitts
ton, was called in by the family, He
measured the body in thetusual style,
put crape on the door, and this
morning, as it w..s necessary to keen
the body until the arriyal of some
relatives, he prepared to embalm it.
He bathed the body with warm
water and then applied cold water,
when to his surprise and horror the
supposed corpse sat bolt upright.
. The undertaker did not stay, to
have a second look, bat rushed away.
After he reached the street he .re?
gained his senses and kept on to a
doctor's residence. A physician
hurried to the house and found the
woman alive and surrounded by her
happy famMy. She wag yery weak,
but the doctor administered stimu
lants and says she will live.
The woman was only sick, two
days and died, or was sapposed to
have expired, very suddenly. The
physician who is now caring for her
says she was in a trance.
The store room, next to Dove &
Bust low occupied by Sims & Alex
ander, is torrent. ...It.is-22x.75, with
goed basement. Possession giyen 1st
January, 1896, Apply to . ,. ...
j2 J. Dove.
The Episcopal choir rendered
some excellent music at the Sunday
services. Mr. R S Pigott, of Chi
cago, who sings an exceptionally
fine brir&tone at the moaning service
saog ' Caivary," as a voluntary ana
ag an offertory, "Hark ! Hartf, My
Soul," at the night service he sang
"Lead Kindly Light."
Sunday afternoon Mr. . Pigott
visited the Presbyterian Sunday
school and assi&ted the choir, which
rendered some excellent music.
MTV t -
Kcgro iStrnck a Judge.
Savannah, Dec. 7, Frank . E
C-ibl e, a negro teacher, was arrested
Wednesday on a charge of assaulting
Judge Hampton L Ferrall, of the
court of ordinary.
The negro was standing by the
doer of a car on which Judge Ferral
was riding and he asked him to
closa the door. With an ugly reply
he attacked Judge Ferrall, wound
ing him in the eye. He jumped off
the air and escaped.
The negro was released on $2,000
"?Tiien Baby vaa sIcTr. we pave her Castorla
ATinn sha was a Child, shu cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
Vbjsn she bad Children, she gav them Castoria,
IluildiiiK and loan 13th .Series
The fifteenth series of- stock in
the Concord Perpetual Building and
Lomi Association open3 Saturday,
December 7th. Call on the secre
tary and treasurer and subscribe.
The third series of stock matures
and will be paid oft this month. A
good paying investment.
J. P. Allison, Pre..
H. I. Woodhouse,
Secretary and Treasurer. d ilOti
Whole ST0. 1,3C."
FOR THE HOLIDAY
Gold watches, sil- i
ver watches and
by the grof v.
Ln i and t e us be
fore buying your
We have what vr.u wr;!
1. J. & J. f. ML
L. M, ARGHEY,M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
,. . Concord, N, q,
OFFICE-; -ST, CLOUD AH NEX .
JN0. R- ERWIN. C. A- MISENHEIMER
iG R WIN & ML S EN 11 E I M 3 11
Physicians and Surcns
Ofiice No. 3. Harty niiilcilig, Ops
posite 2nd Presbyterian cl.urch.
Charlotte, N C
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ATTOIiNEY AT LA W,
. CONCORD, i;. c.
Office in Morrisbuildins, opposit
MANUFACTURE liS OF
PLAIDS, SHI;. ET1. NO
of al Kind
Fbur-Foot wood always
wonted -best prices for
same. We invite an in
spection of all the goods