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Vol. XIII- No. lUfi.
( :oi cutting winds nre
t o -ri'-ii';: to blow and it is
. v.vi! known fact that It lias
, r;- guarded against and to
-..-; wh-rn it can be done
v ,:) una at a moderate cost
... T:iMHcr that has to be
w II now.
We have few facts, plain
!! unadulterated, that we
, -i! t. 1:i y before the buying
. i !! V;e dollars and cents
ur pocket to read what
to shy and. be aovern
W- will sliow from to-day
i fiiiuagh ihe winter a very
isome line d popular
. - i milliiierv.
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Mi: a iid hildreiPs
'! '--.r v b-s nTid very thin. i;-
at t tie sinai I proiit ani
:' : we- mark on
;.' r 1 ? I t 1 wm sell. V e tire
: iy a?!xions to have u.
ee c!n' bars before
V e i;-uarant te to
;'air than they
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I 1 v. e V: '. '. '-0 committee meets my
j neay! v approbation, for in this fu
: .t:- (. 1 noes, all Lion arrar.gemeiit North Carolina
- inds t' be found ;iS for Brvan and gives Sewall
II AT S
ei iwentysfive cents up.
7th ing Cheaper
It ALLY DAY AT CENTRAL, i
An Interesting Iro rs.mm. lSoi,acroI
nim some Excellent Tain Mn.io.
"First Rally Day'' exerc"ss at
Central Methodist church Sunday I
afternoon were intensely interesting
not only to the members of that j
church and Sunday school, but to
the public in general. A most en
tertaining programme of singing j
auu xcuuaiiuuB was renuereu ana
several good, talks were had, Mr.
D B Ooltrane, the efficient superin
tendent being master of ceremonies.
u t n i a - it .'coming freight tram from the
Mr. L I) Duval reviewed tne life of Ar 4, , T, .
n ., , . ,. . -Northern and Lastern States bring
David, winch had been the subiect , , .
of the Sunday school lessons for the
quarter just passed, frcm which he
made a : piendid talk, startir at!
the early period of boyhood vVhen
David ras nothing more ihaii a:,y
other ordinary farmers boy, at-
tending his father's flock?, until ho!
was made a ruler, showing David's j
various traits of Christian charac-
ter and his obeaient roi-croi'.'-;y U
Montgomery then j
made a talk to the Sunday School I
and tank lor his subject David s dy-
ing injunction to his son holomon :
''Show thyself a man-" In course
of his remarks Judge Montgomery
made some splendid illustrations of j
the subject and cited the boys to
one of North Carolina's greatest
men Braxton Craven, the founder
of Trinity college who had shown
himself a man and who had in
structed numbers of others to show
themselves men. In his tribute to
Dr. Craven, the ju.ige grew -oq ient
aid .u-t tv imnreSH-d his hearers.
At tha close of the txerckos an
invitation was extended to all the
member? of thv Mothodi:-. rhnrch
and to all others vv. uld j in
the Sunday f-chool to remain, wher
the Sundav school was reorganized I
unuer mr-r i encoura'.rg promi-ec:
and rnsny o!d and ne-v lueiubj-rs
rallied to tho call.
Oiify '! i.t VS10 jisi'l It.
A travr-iing man wain conversa
liuo vv itii a Staxdakd reporter this
(?dor.day) morning and among
o'.hcr things he. paid : ''Daniel Kus
g 9 1 1 , the Koiuihlican nominee for
Governor, k somewhat of a dan go: -
0.1.1 c:!:arac-.er and we saouir. ase au
oar energies and every resource to
defeat him5 On the electoral fusion
"arrangement the gentleman con
tiriie d UI have travelled all
j thron;;n eaMein JNortn Carolina ana
I have' found only one man who was
j opposed to the electoral fusion
land that man was a black-hearted
Ltenublican. The action of
six and Watson five votes for the
vice presidency, where, if it was
otherwise, McKimey would certain
ly carry the State." The gentle
man was very enthusiastic and
urges that everyone be content with
the ruling of the executive com
mittee and yield gracefully to what
they have submitted us.
Mr. Potent Dead.
On Wednesday last Dr. J S
Lafferty accompanied Mr. Frank
Poteat, of No. 4 township, to Balti
more, where a tumor was taken
from Mr. Poteat's body. The opera
tions were too much for tbe feeble
condition of the suffering man and
he died in the operation. Mr. Poteat
had been a great sufferer and had
undergone several previous opera-
tions. His remains were brought;
N. C, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1896.
back to the county for interment
C! ,1 ,, .., 1, U -mU. . 1 T) iL
UUU"J ' wuiuu wv pittUW ttt leiU-
page Presbyterian church. Rev. J
Wertz conducted the burial ser-
vice' owin2 to the illne6S of Rev- M
Shaw Mr- Poteat's pastor.
llol)OS iioius SonUx
Tramps from the North are mi.
grating Southward. Tbe advance
guard of tbe great army of thg
washed and unemployed are daily
passing through the citr, going to
no particular point, and every in-
with them several if not many, who
are dumped a'ong the main line
that leads to a genial clime in the
far South whrre the hobo? are com
fortable daring the cold winter
months. The landlady with the
en-rous taris now their best
friend acd hear eir plaintive tales
'fis. .f(!!ii.iu Ikemi.
One of the brightest stars in the
duster of Confederate generals sank
anc eft the callRe the darker wLen
Albert Johnson fell at Shilob,
Tennessee, on April 0
I1 1 -
news of the death of his widowed
companion on last Saturday in Los
Angeles,. Cab, associates with it the
ever recurring reflections of those
terrible days. Mrs. John, on was 71
At Blajs" (Isnpel.
On Sunday, Kev. J K r?oose, pa-3-tor
of Bay's chapel at Caanonviile,
bean the usual fall protracted
meeting with great enonnragrnenr,
and the meeting promises to be one
of great results. Awaiting iiiiiiis
tcr is expected to assist ihe pastor.
There will be two services each
day during the week, at 8 o'clock in
tne U10n,ilr 8 Mock in the
T:ie public is cordially in-
vited to attend the meeting.
IStU'kleu'M Arnica ftitiYe,
The Best Salve in the Ton'd for
Cuts, Bruisrs, Sores, Ulcers, Sa-t
Phtui, Fever Sorts, Telt-rd Chappe
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin JSruptioua, and positively cures
Piles, or no jay requi-eu. It u
guaranteed to give statirfaction or
mouev refunded. Price ;:o cents per
box For ta:e at P B Fetz-i'a Drug
- - -
lJitsl ISiEl ISas A ppenu t-it i.
air. A A Hill, a prominent ciii-
n of LxmjTton. who has nnnv
r . ,1 ' : , -vl"
frnn-ism this city, is very low wi-h
appcndicitij. Dr. Ujoeri. o Y-ju
was telegrrpbed for this n;orr.i"tg,
but could not g-o to him. Mr.
ill's manv f nei ds will J'n witn
. , .'
regret ot his serious hih.cuon.
ow o'd John G- o bier
uw o.u jonn u. .a.a, .
X f B.
"Never culled anything but
fHones( John' for forty years."
"County Treasurer for twenty
eight years and guardian for half
the orphans in the county? Trusted
"Dead three weeks and experts
have gone over his books."
"They found that he was honest
in every way." Philadelphia Amer
ican. TO CURE A COLD IS OJfK DAY
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure. 25c. ml4
tk f"ACHE and Rheumatism relieved
DAv IVby Ir. Miles' rierve Plasters.
For Infants and Children,
Ktoekfiulders and Directors Meet.
There will be a meeting of the
stockholders and also of the direc
tors of the Concord Southern ItaiM
road Company, held at the office of
W M Smith in Concord, N. C, on
Tuesday, 29th of September, 1S9G,
at 11 o'clock a. m., when and where
all parties interested are requested-
10 oe present, a w Uaxxox,
El am King,
lTn P A T T icni'
- 1 TIT
D 1( Hoover.
W.M Smith, j For the next . -Directors
of Concord Southern Kail It will bo to vo;; : ,
way. j at once and s:ciirt- ' i:ifi ;i ;
J bargains which we oiler yvv
Atiee of .Seizure. j
Seized npar Concord, In, Cm on!
the nigut or August 3 1st, 1896,. tbe
following property for yiolating the
Internal Kevnue Laws of the United
States, to wit: Two small bay
horses one two In. v : 1 1 aid
harness, about 15 gallons of whiskey
arid four empty kegs, supposed to be
the no y nf Jacob Hart sell.
Notice is hereby giyen to any one
cltthnintj said property to give notice
in the form and manner prescribed
by law to the undersigned at his
office m Asheville, N. C, within 30
days from the date hereoff, or said
p roper ry will be declared forfeited
to the Government of the United
By S M L. PiOGEKS,
Collector oh District X. C.
Ii. S. Hakuis,
: Deputy Collector.
wJSf -"5 . Leeway
IS eli Wjni!ei 1 eiuale.
. . -, - , . , , ,
v.o v i? par week to iuen and
v omen lur ea-y liouae orK. iu
ooks or c?nva-dnn. No experi-
nee. Pona fi-hi r llrr. No caton.
omen lor eay home work, vso
Send samp for work and particn-
' r. Vj ! T e rr m a n , 21 Sou tn Sixth
et, i- ::;diphia, Pf.
! I 4
We aro detei mined not to spend our tieu r.i;
about dull times. We will pitch in and make ? 'im-h J
d(;f to make this incoming month the biggeht J..)y v e ;
are putting out a lot of "idmnmer.s'' an'.l we aro going i
Wo are going to do away with Sv.ckers. We ,ul n.-i.
them. Here goes:
About GO prs of Laoies iine shoes
Ismail Hizes, 21, 3, SI and 1 that we will
tV ,;1 hnt SN (1 nr T
NO. 2. About one hundred pair
patent leathers, some tans, some fine dongola pat tips, .,: to go at T-'-o.
They cost from SI to SI. 50. They must go-
NO. 3. -About 50 pairs Ladies tine Oxford?, - I! rs. ! r . ; :
land black ooze and fine Kid, sizes 1
: 2 and Thev must go.
j q, .1. About 75 prs of Ladies
! Bov State and Padan Brop., all to
j won't be here long. Tncy must go.
! O. 5 A few prs ot Misses Oxfords, size;
Q G F0U MEN. A lot of TsUf Go.it a
j at SI. They are SI. 50 shoes, and are
Womens Solid Leather Shoes at 05c. Womens solid Leather Pebbh;.
Grain and Glove Grain Lace and Button Shoes at Tec These are Si
shoes, all fresh and nice. Ladies fine Dongola kid button shoes, made at
Alexandria, Ya. Solid as any shoe in the u arket, regular '1 50 f-hoee, to
fU lib vA ACX1 i' lilt Oailli KJll 'Jl'UCP,
regular 1,25 shoes. Mens heavy LngiisU lies, everyday snoes, l.tMJ honJ
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 whoh eale
prices. One hundred Mens fine Sergre Coats at just half mice. We have
everything in the line of clothing and furnishing goods- Everything up
to date and at pricesthat can't be beat anywhere in rl ; State. Call huJ
see samplesjof the free Crayon Pictures we are having made for cur customers-
JOB Twenty-five suits cf fine All-WoolICassimere inCutaway IFrnrk.
Suits, sizes 31 to 36 lor -4 00 a suit.flThey are 10.00, 12.50.land 15.0USinta.
Call on us and see these and othei !attractions.
CANNONS & FETZER
Whole NO. 1.2 is
Oiven Away Free
To advrti? , ur gon-Jn v, . dl
give uay, absolutely free, one bvy
of five-cent cigars, one gold rinr and
a pample bottle of Peeler's Pain
Killer to every one sending us fifty
cents to pay ' ! ig and jv:t-..
Peeler Andi;ks(. Medicine Co.
Lock Box 1, Kernerayille, N.
Dr. Miles Tain Pilis ruro Neuraicla-
AA'D NO MISTAKE ABOHT '1
" " J iLiXT. 1
..'eweiry. feilverwari , Clocks.
tacles, etc., etc., to o at
O O .. r . . X, !
K L CiaveTi ?s IK v rec.'jvin
the best Jelliro Lump Corib
Also superior Umd Goal. K::
and Stove. Prompt attest ion.
Free delivery. Orders so
licited. COAL BOHiMEHS.
Every citien ol' kk .t v.-1r ipi
to burn ceal during t!ic mi: :,- w :
will save inor.fv iui :' i .v , r 1
in if lioin v
",v : ; . 1...
.-tnil will dell
o- (1C f,,;ty-
l A. m i n y t? :?f a
ij IMMj Z' V l: !.' .' : : J.
IIea(Iii:irt:r nt Tib- 'i.
V t't l.'i jxit ; 1 .
fell at 81 a r,a;i-
of L'idies Fine Oxford Th e e
to l. All to ; ". . M
Oxfords and 1-strap SumI?.'.- 7. i ii - ,.
coin at 3bii... Cu'.i 2-er fe(-ij- 'r
sizes li: to 1, to :;o .". . .
and Vyf: (.
Iresn stock j ;et ioiigt:t th-ii
ilUU "HCiii t. - . J. Lir .iC