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j Vol. XIII -No. 122.
CONCORD, N. C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1896.
Whole NO. 1,501
Killed to the top now with
u'oods. Everything you
want in the way of a new
jss ii'0111 a centi lico,
Ginixliams or Plaids up to the
liamlsoiiiesl line of
Goods v,t 81.00 per yard
p own. Tin btvies are abso
luMv correct and the price is
;;?;ar d Pairs Blankets
I vric.-s Ironi ?,) cts to
u-.i. v..' ...
t i. i
save been rev
bi. for 75 rents h-
; need to 50 cents.
can' t be matched for
will go ar the extremely
;-;ict- of 15, W and cts
ill ye we been so well
the shoe line as at
We have the cheap
s yon will lind any
Xesv lot of those big
Pr T;-. a-'--.
old so last, . White
nil the way from 50 cts
:1,75. Our house is
f'-v; full up to the top and we
ti!l ,irjt new goods daily and
vli till the basement. We
ani your trade this fall and
'iil sell 'you goods very low
' order to &et it, You loose
Ji'pney to make a purchase
without seeing us.
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MR. PRITCHAKD'S SPEECH.
In ood Voire and Thou-li
Misleading. ICodo an Old Exploded
The Senater was happy in his
preliminary remarks and took an
early occasion to disavow any pur
pose to array any class or race
The colored man is free in every
sense in North Carolina and caa
vote as he pleases and should do so.
lie said the Democrats wanted
him to diecuss only the financial is
sue. In '92 they said "4 years more
of Grover and we will be in clover,"
No more 5 cent cotton, but we will
have 20 ceat cotton. The Demo.
crats always haye the cry of "free"
something. In '7G they eaid not
free silver but fiee whiskey and
sound money. Said we will give
you cheap clothing. They won a
great victory on it. They had every
branch of the government and had
every chance to fulfil
promises, but did not do
Siid they had bankrupted the gov-;
eminent and made a deficit of
$13,000,000 per month. He said
'bat the Republicans had turned j
over to the Democrats $1 8,000,000
m 7l)2, that o'Z per cent, ct the la-'
boring men were out of employ
ment, that the great consideration
ivai? :o gtjt work for the laboring
man. lie claimed that Republican
rule employed men and capita!, that
public debt wa.i reduced $152,
oco ( oo and that every obligation
w is rm-r, that the Wilson bill in-
ed the public debt $202,000
lie Slid tbr.i the Democrats
iependtd or; the income tax out
a Democratic Supreme Court
declared, i. ucx:or:otitntional,
that it took two v; t.) change
constitution. How should we avoid
the $13,000,000 per month? By
taxing the foreigner with a tariff, or
by laying a tax on our land and
o her property ?
He strongly urged a tariff tax as
it would come eff of the foreigner.
He would haye Americans to make
whatever ahe needed. He clauned
:hat Americana could not compete
with EuroreuLS unless they weiu
without clothing. He eaid the
Democrats thought we ought not to
tax importeis, that Senator Gorman
was willing to tax the coffee that
was a poor man's necessary supply,
but would not tax the wool that was
brought into competition with the
He said the people did not like
Mr. Cleveland so well now. He
would only say he was entirely hon
eit and w.s fearless in the con vie,
tion of duty and that he was abused
for thing3 the constitution and laws
compelled him to do upon hi3 oath,
that he appealed to congress to
come to the rescue and avcid the
issue of bonds and that the Repub
lican houser promptly passed the
Dingley bill that would have met
the want, but that a Democratic
Seuate sat sullenly and would not do
anything and the President had to
issue bonds and now they were find-,
ing fault with him for it. He said
that the Republicans wanted to tax
foreigners, the Democrats wanted to
tax our own people and asked the
people to yote as they wished, for the
Republicans if they wanted to tax
the importer, but for the Democrats
if they wanted to be taxed them,
He said bnsinees began to decline
IV93 when Cleveland came into
He said the Democrats eaid in '73
that they wanted to capture the
markets of the world for the farmer
and quoted census figures to show
that our imports had decreased
under the effort. He dwelt on the
tobacco competition that he said
had ruined the industry.
He claimed that the Wilson bil 1
caused all the decline m prices. He
said the Democratic party is a costly
luxury. He said that under Cleve
land prices declined, under Harri
son they adyanced. Tnat the Dem
ocrats used to yell "nigger," now
they want his vote and they yell
free silver, that manufacturers are
stopping and many were saying
thev could not hold out much
longer. lie said that Republicans
put a tariff on our farm productions,
including milk, butter, etc., but
the Democrats raised the tariff on
) IK!". r. ;ie pictured, the town of
Cranh.-rrv, booming and blooming
under Republican and declining un
der Democratic rule. He eulogized
McKmley and promised the South
to t.iowia with prosperity if he
were elected. He would not speak
much of Cleveland the people
hated him but would quote Mr.
Bryan "who had said it was immate
rial whether the Wilson bill raised
the price of wool or nor. He said Mr.
Brvan waurs free lumber for Ne
br.v?kan3 to build houses. He did
not blame him. We mu3t each look
to our interests. He told us what
filled cheese is and said D. ioocrats
wi-re op ivjs'ed to taxing to protect
the loader and the eaters of gocd
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reot to isay cnu:. uej-uuncaud waau-.u
gold only, that they vjanteu goia,
3ilyer and paper money, th it v:
now have 52 times mo
coined than we had before '
the R! publicans wanted
tiomd be-metalim and
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only way w would ever get f n e
silver was by international agree
ment, and that reciprocity would
force the nations to ndopt it. He
said that Mr. Bryan admitted that
free coinage would cause a panic hiU
like giving a
medicine that made him sicker at
first, then cured him. The Senator
ridiculed the idea.
He touched lightly on Mr. Dock
ery'e leaving and thought ha would
find cut his folly at "sucking time."
For Over 1'Ilty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing: Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their child
ren while teething, with perfect sue
cess. It soothes the cnild, softens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea, It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
druggists in every part of the world,
Twenty-fiye cents a bottle, Be sure
and ask for "Mrs. Winslows Sooth
ing Syrup," and take no other kind
On the third Sunday, September
20th, the installation of Rev. S D
Steffey, pastor of St. John's yan
gelical Lutheran church, will take
place. Rey. V R Stickley, President
of the North Carolina Synod, Rev.
MGG Scherer, President of North
Crolina College, and other minis
ters will take part in the installa
tion services, Two sermons will be
preached, at 11 o'clock in the
morning and 3 o'clock in the after
Notice of Seizure.
Seized near Concord, N, C., on
the night of August 3 It, 1896, the
following propertv for violating the
Internal Revenue Laws of the United
States, to wit: Two email bay
horses one two horse wagon and
harness, about 15 gallons of whiskey
and four empty kegs, sappo3ed to be
the property of Jacob Hartsell.
Notice is hereby giyen to any one
claiming said property to give notice
in the form and manner prescribed
by law to the undersigned at hip
office in Asheville, N. C, within 30
days from the date hereoff, or said
property will be declared forfeited
to the Government of the United
By Sam L. Rogers,
Collector 5th District N. C.
R. S. Harris,
Art S Iioo .
Mis. Jennie Klutt'z Art School I
will open' on September 14. Recom
mendations, etc., are in the hands
of the principal of the graded
$10 to SIS per week to Men and
Women for eayy home work. No
books or canvassing. No experi
ence. Boca ride oh'dr. No catch.
Send pfamp for work and particu
lars. K. Hen-man, 213 South Sixth
Street, P dladelphia, Pa. c 31
ilelj Wanted .
Atrents wanted to seli Macintoshes
and Rubber Clothina:, Tires, and a
full line of Rubber Goods, ( Part or
all of). Free samples, and prorectHl
ground to workers. F.ctory p. O
1371, New York.
IfcatiavJtfi ."iid Xcxirchjia cured by Dc
r-ilLES' TAIN 1'lLLd. "Oau ceut a- duric."
CD CD. -A- Hi !
K L Graven is now receiving
ili l-est Jtdlico Lump Coal,
Also suDrior Hard' Coal,
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Wo are determined not to spend our time and.
iU(JUt UtuJ tliXJt;3. f U iVUl jxj
der to make this incominer month
are nutting out a lot of "Hummers"
Ufi m- "ninir to do awav witu btiCivera. we win m-ji
them. Here goes:
About CO pra of Ladies fine shoes
small sizes, 1t A, 6h ana 4 tnat wo
thtm but cobt 2 and over. Iney must go.
NO. 2, About one hundred pair of Ladies Fino Oxford Ties, soidm
patent leathers, some tans, some line dongola pat tips, all to uo at 73c.
They cost from $1 to $1.50. They must go.
NO. 3. -About 50 pairs Ladies tine Oxfords, all Zeiglers, tan, gray
and black ooze and fln kid, yizes 1 to U. All to go at .$1. Mr.de to eli at
$2 and S2.50- They must go. . .
NO. 4 About 75 prs of Ladies Oxfords and l-Ftrsp S tieP n-.
Bpy State and Padan Jiros-, all to go in at S1.2C. Call lor them thi
won't be here long. They must go.
NO. 5 A fevv prs of Misses Oxfords, sizes 12 to 1, to go at 50c.
NO. 0. FOR MEN: A lot of Tan, Goat ami Biack Vici Kid Oxford
at SI. They mre 31.50 Bhces, and are 1'resn stock -juat bought tin m.
Womens Solid Leather Shoes
Grain and Glove Grain Lace and
shoes, all fresh and nice. Ladies
Alexandria, Va. Solid as any shoe in the rxarKet, regular Mu Mioes, to
go at SI. Mens Fine Satin Oil Sboes, lace and gaiters at SI. Thej ar
regular 1,25 shoes. Mens heavy Engdsh Ties, everyday fhoes, 1.00 Solid
as leather can make them Big job in straw hats at 10c, some of them
are 50c hats. We buy Trunks in car loads and retail them at wholesale
prices. One hundred Mens fine Serge Coats at just half price. "We have
everything in the line of clothing and furnishing goods. Everything up
to date and at pricesihat can4t be beat anywheie in the State. Call ana
see samples.of the free Crayon Pictures we are having made for our ens
JOB Twenty five suits of fine All-WoollCassimere in CutawaylFrock
Suits, sizes 34 to 36 lor 4.00 a suit.! They aie 10.00, 12.50 and 15.00tsuila.
Call on us and see these and other.attracticns.
CANNONS & FETZER
Stockholders and Directors Meet,
There will be a meeting of the
stockholders and also of the direc
tors of the Con cord Southern Rail-
road Company, held at the efSce of
W M Smith in Concord, N. C, oa
Tuesday, 29th of September, 1S9H,
at 11 o'clock a. m., when and where
all parties interested are requested
to be present. J W Cannon,
J no. P ALUS oar,
D R Hoover,
W M Smith,
Directors of Concord Southern RaiK
J. F. HURLEY,
bETZEFVS DRl'G STOiUi
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I to burn ci al ilunnt; the i i iair.:
j will sHVemonevvl i - ';1)! , r
; ing from u . We will Ur.w.ii-.-
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; Headquarters at iA-i
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tho bigp:e?t July v
c.uu "aiuw . .wi. .j i ...
and we are ;oin t
of Zeigler's and l
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win tea at a pair,
at G5c. Womens solid Leather Pebbl
Button Shoes at 75c. These are SI
fine Dongola kid button shots, made at
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