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o., 11 a. in., September
il7!h,lS9G. Tickets on sale Sep
Ol all Mild, aild 4-fOOt i umber 17tb, limited September 17.
wood - always wanted
best prices for same.
ULUll Ul roll Lilt? aUOUb !
ODELL MFG. Co.,
Concord N. C
Corrected bv Cannons & Fetz-r
Good middling 7,50.
Middlings 7. Go
tow middling 6.20
Stains G to 6 2
Corrected bv SwinK & White
Bacon . to 75
Sugarcured nauis 12to 15
Sulk meatSjSides 5 to 7
Oorn. '. 45
Flour(North Carolina) 1 82i
Cokcord, N. C.
J; M, Odell, President
D, B. Ccltrane Cashier.
. D.:Coltrane, Assistant Cashier
J. M. Odell, D. F. Cannon
J. W. Cannon
W. H, Lilly,
W: R. Odell,
tiary I5LOOO l'OISOBI nonn
! cured in 15 to 35 days. You can be treated at
nomef oreauie price under same sruaran
ty. If you prefer toeomflherA wpwiiionn.
tractto r.iv mi l
nocnarpe, if we fan to cure. If you hae taken iner-
out, it La thi3 Secondary BLOOD POISO
we truaranteetocure. We RriifMt.ttwTnnB
aate cases and cliaUenee tlie world for a
Sfflrff,' This i-'ease has always
Dallied the s kill of the most eminent nh vi
cians. JS500,000 capital behind our unconS
tional puaranty. Absolute proofs sent sealed on
application. Address COOK REMEDY CO.!
301 MaBonlc Temple, CHICAGO, , lb
L.'M ARCHEY, M .D
Physician and Surgeon.
Concord, N, C.
OFFICE: ST, CLCUD ANNEX j
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pains, m ucousl'ntches in mouth. Sore Throat.
I implcs. Copper Colored Spots, Ulcers cn
poiasn, ana still Have aches nnrt
Is There a Monster Auione Us?
Mr. W F Hess reports to ua that
very early last Saturday morninc
he saw a track of a snake that
crossed the road on the first hill on
this side of the Three Mile branch
that was 4 or 5 inches wide, Mr.
Hess thinks it unquestionably b
snake far beyond the ordinary size
and proposes to keep a lookout for
Art Sehoo .
Mi p. Jennie Klutt'z Art School
will open on September 14. Recom
mendations, etc., are in the hands
of tne principal of the graded
ltelucel Kail road Rates.
For tbe following occasions, round
trip rates have been authorized :
On account of meeting of Con
cord Presbytery at Hu-.kury, N. 0.,
September 15 b, 18UG. Tickets on
sale September 14, 15 and 16 inclu--ive.
Limited to Sept. 21, 1896.
Fare for round trip $3 85. Limited
continuous passage bom directions.
i Account speaking by Kon. W J
j Fare for round trip 70 cents.
Account speaking by Ron. W J
Bryan, Presidential candidate, Ral
eigb, N. C, September 17th, 1S9G
in 7 tD 0 p. m. Tickets on sale
Sepu-mJer 17th, limited to Sepiem-
t er 18tb. Fare for round trip 5 00.
Account speaking Hon. W J
Irr:;, Presidential t-andida!-', ( 'har-
r ' n .. ... i.:, .... i.
T-ioi-U -t.t nn !p Sr,1viur IT.
I for irnu-s scheduled to reach Char
j tie inorniny cf 17th, limited to
ivptu ruler 3 3. Fare for round
trip TO cents.
Account; speaking ,v lor. W J
Bryan, Presidential canditiare, D:!r
h:un, N. C., 5 o0 p. m , Septembe)
i7'h Tickera on e:ih- ,S-pteiuhrr
17. iituited Septeinbei IS. Fary foi
round trip 4.15.
Accorut spenking by rion. W J
Bryjin, Prepulenti.-il candidate,
(Jreeiifcboro, N. C, 12.45 to o p. ni.,
September lth, 1S0G. Tickets on
t-alt- St'ptrmher 1 7, Jimittd to Sep
tember 18th, 1S0G. Fare for round
trip 2 135.
1 Interest to Vivyclv Itidors.
There can be no question that
one of tbe most important parts of
a bicycle; is the tire. It has to bear
the brunt of the work, is constantly
coming in contact v ith destroying
elementn, and generally receives the
least care from the rider. The im
por'ance of the work it hao to do
was early recognized by makers of
bicyc'es, however, and they have
given muoh attention to this im
poitant adjunct of the wheel.
Tn.re are today, perhaps, thirty
different styles of bicycle tires on
the market, all of which vary in
detail. As to their various merits,
theories are of little value; actual
experience is the only wav to de
termine this question. Unless an
article gives satisfaction, demand
for it soon ceases. After a test of
over six years, during which time
double-tube and single-tube tires
have been marketed, at least three
fourths of all the riders in this coun
try today derxand and ride double
Tbe leading firm in the United
State?, and in fact in the entire
world, in the manufacture of double-tube
tires, is Morgan & Wright,
Chicago. Their history is inter
esting. The first pneumatic tire
the rage-and-glue kind was giving
trouble, and Morgan & Wright
stepped in to fill a great public
want. They furnished a tire that
could be easily taken from the, rim
to be repaired. That was the prin
cipal requirement in those days,
besides the usual requirements of
speed, durability and comfort.
That was several years ago. Single-tube
tires had been pushed in
Europe, and were failicg, and tbe
same effort was being started in this
country. The Morgan & Wright
double-tube tire quickly proved its
superiority- with. the result stated
above. The quick-repair inner
tube, which is this year a standard
feature of all of this firm's tires, has
made the position of double-tube
tires practically invincible, by
making it quick and easy for the
riders to secure, at the roadside, a
permanent repair, a thine admit
tedly impossible in the majority of
single - tube accidents.
A Letter from Brief.
Mr. Henry Dry, a prominent, well-to-do
citizen of Goose Creek town
ship, id preparing to emigrate to
Drought is the ruling element cf
f.he weather just now. Consequently,
che autumn harvest begins earlier
The political situation is begin
ning tc tbau- and upheave ur.dei
exposure to the warm sunshine of
patriotic oratory. There are only a
few who do not seem to know just
what is needed to quicken industry
and send a gleam of irresistible pros
perity into the obscurest recesses of
At a certain point near Rocky
River on the left bank there was re
cently an unlawful increase of pop-
ulation. The rusty sword of law,
being called into requisition, a mod
est constable wearing a luxurient
Senator Ptffer beard, was delegated
to apprehend a masculine personage
who seemed in a measure responsible
for the increasing state of affairs
then quietly existing contrary to
law. The accused being found at
home, the officer called his attention
to a letter from Uncle Sam's house
hold requesting immediate presence
at legal headquarters; but the con
stable read the document by proxy
he could not read it himself, be
cu-e he was so overcome by emo
tionsuch emotion as a constable is
likely to experience when lk3S-C'ili-v
recn.tr ks" are whizzing through
;v-hl sp;:e.'. The supposed criminal
tnde no objection to the program,
but announced that he would dine
before leaving home, and warned the
( fiioer to be on the alert, "for," said
he, "I may absent myself at any
moment." The appreciative con
etahl smiled complacently and did
not appear suspicious as his man
vanished m o the dining apartment,
and, instead of anting, made instant
taneous preparation to give leg bail.
The consrable j-o-n became aware
that his bird had flown, 8nd he real
ized that he must return empty
handed with not trophy of his
daring adventure (?).
When a man owns a blooded horse
he is always careful of its health.
He looks after its diet and is par
ticular that the feeding shall be
regular and rieht. While he is do
ine: this it is likely as not that he is
himself suffering from some disease
or disorder. When the trouble ge's
so bad that he cannoi work, he will
begin to give himseif the care, he
gave the horse at the start. Good
pure, rich, red blood is the best in
surance against disease of any kind.
Almost all diseases come from imr
pure or impoverished blood. Keep
tbe blood pure and strong and dis
ease can find no foothold. That is
the principle upon which Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovary
works. It cleanses, purifies and en
riches the blood, puts and keeps the
whole body in perfect order; makes
appetite good, digestion strong, as
8imilatio5 perfect. It brings rudav,
virile health, It buils up solid,
wholesome flesh (not fat) when,
from any cause, reduced below the
Given Away Free
To advertise our goods we will
give away, absolutely free, one box
of five-cent cigars, one old ring and
a sample bottle of Peeler's Pain
Killer to every one sending us fiftv
cents to pay packing and postage.
Peeler Anderson Medicine Co.
Lock Box 1, Kernersyille, N. C
Concord Flour and Feed Store.
"Fenix Mill" flour, millfeed,
bran, meal and chicken feed, kept at
Lore building on West depot street
and for sale by
s24 G G Richmond.
Aerent8 wanted to sell Macintnshpti
and Rubber Clothing, Tires, and a
full line of Rubber Goods, fPart or
all of). Free samples, and prorected
ground to workers. Factory P. 0.
1371, New York.
111 -J Tfc.
IV . rTZ. lui.imiPMMiiifiMIPMli'lMHIilliniMIMUM'.?! CTt l
jv7ege table Preparation for As
ting the Stomachs andBowels of
Opium,Morphiie nor Mineral,
Jiockelk Saks -tniseSct
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions ,r evcrish
ucss and LOSS OF SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature of
i 1 : T 'W'
HXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. Jp
Made . in . Crayon . or . "Water . color .. Tints
The Price is
. . .Thei Loadstone
That attracts customers to our place of business.
Beginning today, June 30, 1896, we give to
CASH PURCHASERS ONLY
one of those Handsome Portraits whenjthey have
bought furnitnre to the amount offc$25,Vand if
the portraitjis not satisfactory you need not take
it until iys. We givejyou the gPortraitFree.
You pay only for the frame. The cost of the
frame, glass etc., will be only $1.50. This is
the best and cheapest way to2getlif e -dike por
traits of Yourself,Father, Mother, Brother, Siss
ter, Uncles, Aunts, Cousins, and'wefhave the
Furniture, and can suit the most fastidious.
When you want to rest easy tryjone of our large
easy Rockers or one of our easyReclining
Couches, or one of tour Sofas, and whenjyou want
to make yourjbed easyand comfortable buykone
of ourWire Spring Mattresses. We have, a
complete line of Furniture Suits from 8l0to 8100. '
Space will not admit our mentioning everyjar
ticle. Our prices areMow. Come at once and
begin on the portraits and get you a card and
have it punched whenever you make a purchase.
We are yours'to please,1
DRY &" WADSWORTH
IS ON THE
3 1 mu a m
Castoria is put up in one-size bottles 'nly.
is not sold in bulk. Don't allo-w anyco t)
you anything else on tho plea or promise t::a
i3 "just as good" and "will -answer every ;
pose." 3' See that yci get C-A-S-T-O-R-I
eisiila yST .
PORTRAIT - FREE.