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Vol. XII. No. 29.
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CAISNOINS & FETZER.
lYe sell Men's all wool Casei'mcre suits -n
Men's Black Wool Cheviot suits at
Men's Gray Melton suits at 2.00.
Men's Black Cheviot suits 2.50.
Men's Odd Coats 75 cents.
Boy's Odd Coats 50 and 75 cents.
Men's Black Worsted suits fcr 3.50.
Men's Fancy Melton suits 2.50.
MEN'S FINE CLAY WORS
Guaranteed all wool $5.50, Cutawavs
and backs, These are the kind that
Eome merchants price $12.50,
Of very Fine Clay Worsted Cutaways of
Schloss Bros.' make at $10. These
would be priced $25 bv people who
pretend to save you 25 per r.fu
If you want any Clothing at all,
it will pay you to see us.
Here are some good reasons
why it will pay you to
trade with v.s :
1st. We buy our goods in' large lots
and buy them low.
2nd. We put the lowest possible price
oi them. We don't try to make you
think they are worth more y pricing
them at doubts what they are worth.
3d. We do exactly what we say we will
do. We are here today and expect to be
here as long as we live.
4th. We will sell you goods that will
fit and please you.
5tfe. We will give your money back
if goods don't suit you
You run no risk in trading with us.
"We guarantee the price on everything
sell. Shoes hats and all kind of
Gannons & &letsr
Concord, N. O.
M. Odell, President
D. B. Ccltbane, Cashier.
. D. Coltrane, ' Assistant Cashier
J. M. Odell, D. F. Cannon
Elam King, J. W. Cannon,
W R. Odell, W. H, Lilly,
D. B Coltrane.
caH an 'I rpa no rv tTT'Ii v re pro
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Woodhou: k Harris.
THE SENATE COMMITTEES. I
Many of the OKI Fellows Left in the
Place-The rinaace Commute in
th.? Mton of Mlvorltos.
. jj Washington, Dec. 10. Both of
the political committees appohted
flh?-Committeea of the Serate
held a short session this afternoon
but reached no definite conclusions.
The Democrats will do nothing
until the Republicans reach some
positiye conclusions, Mr. Gorman
this afternoon appointed the remain
ing three members of his committee
by designating Messrs. Murphy, of
New York, White, of California, and
Walthall, of Mississippi.
The complexion of the finance
committee has been settled, inasmuch
as the RrpuM'cana concede i t to the
silver men. It vrs a siyr com
mittee last ear.
The committee or. iorvlju rela
tie: s ha... btt-n nicely sid j'ltstcd, none
O;. I JL vHK UTS C 'iijp' "mO 111 ?''(!
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retire oT.?iug to ice esnir:
term of .service cf Mr.
South Crrolir.f .
conoession ia the shape of at least
two additional ch;4uaiu11.;.i..i oi Ha
port ant committees dealing entirely
ttith Western nmtiere. Mr. Dubois,
of lJaho, is slated fur public lands,
aud Mr. Pettirew, of Sou-1; r.Vhota,
for Indian ti Hairs.
Mr. Chandler, who V7:3 chairman
of the committee ql iiriiiii .ion,
will take the old committer- lA r
Hale, on the census, the Main
man, regardless of the fii-,'1 made by
"young blood" in the closing l ours
of the last session, will be fji- en tbe
chairmanship of the ver? liable
committee on printing, the place
held by Mr. Gorman. Tbe old-time
chairman will not be disturbed.
Mr, Llawley, chairman of military
affairs; Cameron, of naval aifairf
Squire, of Coast defences. Frye, ot
commerce; McMillan, of the District
of Columbia; Cullom, of inter-State
commerce, and Qaay, of public
buildings and grounds, will doubt
less be given the old places.
It is belieyed the whole mattter
will be settled before the usual holis
day recess is taken
While working on the dummy
line near the depot Tuesday evening
Doc Lindsay, a colored man, was
lifting a rail with several others and
all turned loose but Doc, who was
not strong enough to hold up his
end and in letting it down his hand
wai caught underneath the rail,
bending' his fingers to the back of
his hand and splitting the palm en
tirely across. No bones were broken,
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 Dis
covery, as the results were almost
marvelous in the case of my wife
While I was pastor of the Baptist
Church at Rives Juneton she was
brought down with Pneumonia sue
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.0 Trial bottles free at
Fctzor's drug store. Regular size
50c and 1.
a Jon me Smith is v.t u ..
China store during the holidays,
N, C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1895.
THE HUNGRY FED
Tuesday ,!f Iff ht At Armory IIM1-Tb
Board, In a Body Attend A Resolu
tion. y- . f. .(
At the ...0)11 meeting
of the boarcl-jif town cominissionere
Tuesday night, nothing.bit routine
business before ike body, ex
cepting, : tnr oijowing jeiplntion
which wAf uninipniijr
miBtipnti mjttfn of Obnfebrd
in QonYention isieinbled:
W he.wag, The hpnorabJ Q,. Mayor . of
this ciiyt now in office, has jn the
fce of stern financial difficulties,
and under the ponderous pressure of
many public wants and needs, has
brayely stood at the helm and so
safely guided the affairs of this
growing and important city, aud
Whereas, He has occupied the
chair of administration with so much
.Resolved, 1st. That tbe esteemed
head of this honorable body, a3 here
in aforesaid, be allowed the ecstatic
privilege, immediately followiug this
present convention, in joint pleasure
of assistance by the efficient clerk
and treaaarer to lead the members
of this honorable bo'ird in a body to
the Armory Hall and there provide
sumptuous reJ "eshments for said
hungry membe '8, and that the ex penses
incurred by said kindly act
be met by the private funds of the
two honorable officers, herein before
mentionel, and to whom this earnest
appeal is humbly addressed
Resolved, 2nd. That as the said
recipients of this anticipated repast
will, after partaking thereof, be tco
full for utterance, that the hearties
thanks be and is hereby tendered in
advance by thos who stand in hun
gry expectancy; awaiting the result
of these resolutions.
Very respectfully submitted,
J. M, Alexander,
. Jas. 0, Fink
A Christmas Wedding.
HARRiSBtJRG, N. 0., Decembtr 10.
Miss Lucia Parks, of Pioneer
Mills, is in town visiting Mis3
Mr. H B Parks left for a trip to
the Exposition Tuesday night.
Mr. Chalmers Sims and Miss Fan
nio Stafford, of Concord, spent Sun
day in town.
Mr, Jay Harris reports having
walked a mile in five micutes last
Sunday, winning the championship
of No. 1 township. "Hurrah for
Messrs. Parks, White and .Query,
of Concord, spent Sundayafc Rocky
Cards are out announcing the
marriage of Mr. A D Wilson, an en
terprising yonng farmer of Kocky
Hiyer to Miss Fannie Alexander, a
beautiful and charming young lady,
a'80 of Rocky Ki?er,on December 25.
JWe are sorry to note that General
Morrison is atill on the sick list, be
ing unable to get out of his room.
K. G. O.
Mr. Thomas Litaker, of No. 4
township, lost a single case purse,
containing $21 this morning. The
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 Bro-3 Stables, or between
town and Furr's store at Foresc
Hill. Finder will be rewarded by
leaving same at th? olilce or deity
ered to him. 4 d&w.
An Electric Cat.
Mr. Jim Walter, of Forest Hill,
baa a cat named Maggie, which is an
elect; ic wonder. The animal is jet
black, all oyer, with the exception of
a tmy white sppt on t? very tip of
her tail. Maggie's fur will crisp
and sparkle when you stroke it in
the dark on a cold night, but al
most any black cat's; will do the
same. However, almost any black
cat cannot.do all that Maggie can.
Jim eays it is the white tip to her
tail that does the business, for if
you touch the extremity of her cans
dal appendage, day or night, winter
or summer, it will give you a shock
"that will knock yoni silly," as he
exp- esses it. Maggie is herself well
aware of her secret power and in her
scrimmages with other cats or a
chanca stray dog now and then she
ha3 but to brush her tail across her
enemy, when she kuccks him out
Ia a Gght with a big cat that
strayed into Maggie's quarters the
other day the electric miss gave him
such forceful and repeated shocks
that poor Tom couid not be reyived
thereafter. Jim has no end of iun
matching his pet against customers.
It. IS. Shops to be Keopened.
Burlington, N, C, Dec. 10. The
people of this town are jubilant
over the prospect of beginning
work here in the railroad shops. It
is believed hex e that the shops are
to be put in good condition, and the
necessary changes made to work 350
machinists and car builders here.
This will mean an addition of 1,000,
at least to Burlington. Trains will
begin to run through to Norfolk via
Greensboro and Selma on the l3t of
January, and then there will be
quite as great need for work here as
at Manchester or Alexandria,
Charged Willi 31tirlerJf)g a Woman.
Cum ming, Ga., Dec. 10. Newton
Edwr.rd and W A Yriht are in
jail here charged wich the murder of
Mrs. Ann Mason. She left her
house about dusk November 23rd,
telling her children she would be
back in a little while. Wright had
met her shortly before near her
house and talked with her, and she
went in the direction he had taken.
She did not return, but late that
night Edwards went to her nouse
and inquired if she was at home,
tier body was found the next dav.
Edwards will have a preliminary
trial in a few days. The motive for
the murder has not been developed.
liOMt or Stolen.
A large black hound, yellow tan
breast and nose, name, Tom, and
has be9n with chain gang two years'.
Any person that will return him to
mo or furnish any information that
.w II lead to his recovery w J', be lib
G. F. Barnhardt,
Concord. N. C.
Dec. 11, 18S5.
Rev. W II Abbott arrired from
Yonkers, N Y, and will preach his
sermon at Price Memorial Temple,
his new charge. The colored Meth
odists are proud of their new pastor.
Enildlng and Loan 15th Series
The fifteenth series of stock in
the Concord Perpetual Building and
Loan Association opens Saturday,
December 7th. Call on the secre
tary :T'd treasurer and subscribe.
The thir;J so"! of stock matures
and will b prd off this month. A
go:vl ptiviu low Mment
J. P. Allison, Pres.
. L V.'oodiiouse,
ic: -ary and Treasurer.
Whom! NO. 1,367
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Gold watches, sil
ver watches and
Sterling !-.. el ties
by the grc.F. Ster
ling oc.ii in
Call auu five u j
fore buying yorn
.We have what von wu'.-.
i. J. & J. f.
L. M, ARC HE Y, M. I)
Physician and Surgeon.
Concord, N. C.
OFFICE:- ST, CLOUD ANNEX
JN0. R. ERWIN. C A- HISENHEIMEK
ERW1N & MISEKHEIMBR
Physicians and Surrons
Office No. 3. Harty buiidin, op
posite 2nd Presbytcriun church
Charlotte. N. O.
MORRISON 11. ljf)V:j;
ATTORNEY AT 1 .V,
CONCORD, N C.
Office in Morris building, opposite
Oiell Maaufaeturing k.
ANB SALT BAGS
of a! Kind
Fuur-Foot wood always
wonted best prices for
same. We invite an It.'
spection of all the oo
we Manufacture :-.
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