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Vol,. XII No. 3G.
COflCORl N. O., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1895.
WnonE NO. i,s
WANTED ANOTHER WIFE.
Yon mil get
wn7iT in Silver
extra charge at
toi Mr hi
If you find any thing in this
;';at not exactly right
OA In N3JN S & FETZEK.
V r!I Men's all wool Cr.ssimerc suits at
Men's Black "Wool Cheviot suits at 3.00.
'' J i ;iy .Melton suits at 2-00.
tf-T.'s P.hek Cheviot suit 2.G0.
y - ; i ! ;;;t 75 cents.
;' ' :i.tis 50 and 75 ceuts
y.'.'ti i :":.!: Worsted suits fcr o.50.
Men's Fancy Melton suits 2.50.
MEN'S FINE CLAY WORS
-iiranteed all wool $5.50, Cutaways
Sacks. These are the kind that"
some merchants price $12.50,
A MM Line
Of very Fine Clay Worsted Cutaways of
Sehless Bros.' make at 810. These
would be priced $25 bv people who
pretend to save you 25 per rent.
If you want any Clothing at all,
it will pay you to see us.
Here are some good reasons
wh ij it will pay you to
trade with us :
Ih. We buy our goods in large lots
Uiy them low.
2nd. We put the lowest possible price
cithern. We don't try to make you
think they are worth more by pricing
t!;em at doubts what they are worth.
1 3d. We do exactly what we say we will
w We are here today and expect to be
"'-re as long as we live.
4;h. We will sell you goods that will
:-' ind please you.
'th. We will give your money back
lf tcods don't suit you
ourunuo risk in trading with us
guarantee the price on everything
Resell. Fhoes hats and all kind of
COKCORD, N. C.
M. Odell, President
E. Cc ltrane, Cashier.
l- U. Coltrane, Assistant Cashier
iuL Oij:LLj j) F cannon
i:;cr, J. w. Cannon,
'; L- Wll, AV. h. Lilly.
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of 7""!.. Iron " .: '
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.t-:; z.j.'iio cud - ... .
holder.. . K', A ''imwSHtSJ.o, VvmPt !Zi
"oiners Approve . r .
wifhT w t0 be ati6fied The WinstJ iSentinel U advised
s i, 5 3,8a'e f the N- ' that iIr9' BaI1 K lady physi,
f'n rPaCy'8 PPty ,", of OhicagJ who ha. bn ,
ring up Yadkinville, on the claim
to Dr. Worth and his associates
The deed 13 being prepared to.day
and the money, so we hear, will be
paid over as soon a3 the work is com
pleted. Dr. Worth's associates ar? well
known North Carolinians and men
of wealth five in all.
As to what is to be done it seems
to be settled, or rather it is the
general opinion, that the furnace
that she can cure all kinds of dis
eases, is now at Tobaccoville, For
One of her patients in Yadkin,
the wife of a farmer, died a few days
ago. The Sentinel's informant tells
it that the bereaved husband ap
pered tc be greatly grieved over the
death of his wife, especially after he
hau gone to so much ezpense in trys
Msl) COME AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE SUITABLE FJI; VOL
will be put in blast after matters ing to restore her to health. Mr
have been settled.
The clauee allowing any stock
holders of the oM company to come
in equally with Dr. Worth and his
associates will necessarily delay ac
tion for sixty days from yesterday, as
a full and complete organization can
not be had until it is known exactly
who constitutes the new company.
When thi3 13 settled Messrs.
Stephen O Noble, of Alabama, and!
Uullock, it is said, decided that it
would be to her interest to say
something to the husband. Sitting
down by bis side, she gave out this
comforting message :
"Your wife wa? so low when die
began taking my treatment that it
was impossible to eaye her; however,
if you desire, 1 ill raise her from
the dead !'
The "grieved" . husband did jot
"No, she is dead now; I don't be
lieve I care to have her brought
back; I believe I want another- wifj.
MS A W t V
New Hall Carrier.
Mr. Jacob A Shoe, who lives on
the McAllister place, two miles west
of M. Pleasant, has secured the con
tract for carrying the mail that
runs between Mt, Pleasant and Con
cord, His contract is for four years,
beginning next J uly.
His bid is $95 per year. The
present mail carrier, Mr. Jim Black-
11 i 1 :i fti n -
welder, nas oeen carrjmg it xor
This is one instance where the
shortest pole gets the persimmon.
Cure for Headache.
As a remedy for all forms of Head
ache Electric Bitters has proved to
be the yery best- It effects a per
manent cure and the most dreaded
habitual de?c headaches yield to its
inlliicnce. We urge all who are
afflicted to procure a bottle, and
give thin remedy a fair tri.;1. In
cases cf habitual constipation Elec-
Jjiftcra cures by stv.r;? it:o
.1 tons to the IrjweLs dm
o::g resist tho ugo cl
Located at UiLU h.
Dr. F E Hardsell has located at
Big Lick for the practice cf hi3 pro
fession, lie is a young physician
with a bright future,
fn,n 1 T 1 C il . I 1 I .
uaiiica uoiut.n, 01 LDia piaoe, nave j apeak for a tew mdmentf?, but when
riwrwuvwU vk, Buuam, iuuiub cuiiiid reply came H was to this
tho working of the plant.
Our understanding is that the
proposition is now really ready, but
cannot be submitted for the reason
above given t
It is the evident intention of the
parties who bough'; it to woik it;
they believe there is money in it and
they propose to teei the. matter.
It is not generally known, but it
is a fact that Mr. Noble and his aso
sociatee made a d:rect proposition to
the re-organized committee several
weeks ago. It was by them en
dorsed and sent on to the board of
directors, who in return referred the
matter to the stockholders, who met
yesterday in accordance with the
call ; but in the meantime Mr.
Noble's associates, having been told
that the directors had full power to
act on the matter, decided, after it
was deferred to the stockholders,
thus making a further delay of two
weeks, to withdraw their proposition,
so that at yesterday's meetiug an en
tirely new deal was made.
As stated above, however, it is
understood that it is a a moye in
which Mr. Noble is interested and
the belief is fully expressed that
after all the furnace will be put in
blast, Greensboro llecord.
Bon Bon Boxes,
i 'i iiiii 1 1 1 1 1 m i.mwuv.x i -msi m
umbrella, .! ."
Also the nicest line of Watches and Jewelry in to vr;
A. J. & J, F. YOBKE
ome More Big: Hoffw.
Mr. Charlie H Cook, of No. 4,
kills some big hogs. Mr. G A Pat
terson tells us of it.
Two hogs, aged 444 days each,
weighed respectively 47S and 427
Married at Enoch yille.
Mr. Tohn K McKindley and Miss
Laura Wright, were married Wed
nesday in St. Enoch Lutheran
church, Enochyille, N. C. Eey. V
11 Stickley performing the marriage
Killed at Iligh Point.
Mr. J E Whisnaut, cf Danville,
who was running as flagman on the
local freight, No. Gl, was kilkd ac
High Point Wednesday night at 8:30
o'clock. He wa3 caught between
the bumpers while coupling car3.
Ii Jicar 31 HI Mill,
Near Mill Hill, this county, Mrs,
Jno. D Fisher died Wednesday night
of pneumonia. She had been sick
for a yeiy short tims. She was be
tween 35 and 40 years of age and
leave? seven children and husband
The remains were interred at
Trinity Lutheran church, Kev.
Stickly condr.cting the funeral services.
nsMu Litem inhuwi r.z-ve-tri ;rr .sat-
SOO finj:,ns ol Spirits Poured Out.
Passengers coming down the West
ern tell of an incident which hap
pened in Morganton Sunday night.
P:c:ne one entered the bar room al
that plce and knocked the heads
out of barrels containing eight, hun
dred gallons of different drinks.
When the owners entered the next
morning the cellar was flooded
with six inches of whiskey. There
ia a strong dissension between the
prohibitionists and antiprohibition
iata in Morganton and this was pro
bablj the work of strong prohibit
tioniflt. Salisbury World.
Physician and Snrgect:.
Cancord, N. C
OFFICE: ST, CLOUD ANZX.
JN0. R. ERWIN. C. A- UlVx
BR WIN & MI SEN Ii SI M E R
Physicians and Surgeon:.
Office No. 3. Harty h-alliv v. .
posite 2nd Presbvteri jn
Charlotte. N C
Miss Grler to go to Chicago.
Miss Claud Grier leaves some time
in January for Chicago to remain
indefinitely with Dr. and Mrs. Boyd.
As before mentioned in tne Obser
ver Miss' Grier intends going to the
foreign mission field and will pre
pare herself for the work under Dr,
Boyd. She is an active member
here, in not only foreign but home
mission work, and will be greatly
missed in Charlotte cinveo. Char
An Annoyance Still.
Wednesday afternoon when little
Clarence Graber was on his way
home from his father's market, car
rying several glass jars in his arms,
Amzi Phifer one of the . many col
ored "sports ' of the town, who wa3
riding a bicycle, ran into the littlo
fellow at thd corner of Depot ',;nd
Spring streets. The handle of (hr
.i)i;ov : k Haklis. i
iiju m 00 at Fetz
Tit it once, riity ccDts
s Drug Store-
bicycle struck Clarence oa
pie, knocked hi:a down nrd
' him up pretty .Uy. ' Ic-.ciA :-.
be mo--n c.".rful, 07cr f ;- ;;. " i
iare cotr.y-t;.;e-; -:o ?ay or: th
'JhaJi:tlully Kn joyed by the Preacher
On Monday merning, Decomber
9th, Rev. B F Davis, accompanied by
hi3 wife and little son, Emerson, left
the city for the purpose of assisting
Rev. Paul Barringer for a few days
in Evangelistic seryices at Bethel
Reformed church, Kowan county.
Upon their return about dark on
Wednesday evening, the 11th, they
were agreeably surprised to learn
that "necessaries of life" not con
tained In the parsonage when they
left, had found their way thereto
during the absence, In t-he kitchen
and dinnii.g room and back yard
were unmistakable evidence that
some persons, having been in tem
porary possession, had not taken
away with them things which they
brought when they cume. A key
to the front door had been left in
the possession of their little dau b, er
Lottie who was making h?r home
with Mr. S Shuping during her
?or?nt::' ib?er,', and by the use of
3aU key entrance was nu.de by the
:?ne:irVd ore-1 hern am! sisr
MORRISON H. CALDWSL
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CONCORD, N. C.
Office in Morric building, 0,
and Salt Ba .
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ve hat cine . oil-
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of all kind, and 4-foo(.
wood always wanted-
oest prices tor
"We invite ir:
: iuc- pp-ics, pas or D.iv?s and family are j