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Vol. XIII No. 150.
M0KK ST1JEETS TO OPEN.
Mmlr. for Hie I5onrl lo Kit On
oilit r Nailers of Interest.
Th October meeting of the board
cf town commissioners waa held
Tuesday night. The full board waa
pretent with one exception.
After the payment o." bills, the
U1 collector's and the treasurer's
tjocds were presented and approved.
Yon may a3 we prepare now for
tfie payment of your taxes.
Mayor Morrison waa instructed lo
purchase and equip the city hall
vith a sufficient number of new
chairs. Fcr many yeaTS the board
ha been using chairs from the fire
men's ball, ignorant of the fact that
they did not belong to the mayor's
Owing to the fact that tha prop
erty at Forest Hill has changed
handa and has been properly ditched,
suitable to all concerned the matter
cf drainage was tabled.
The ordinance that had been
standing for more than a year not
to open new streets wa3 repealed and
a motion prevailed to open a street
from M 0 Walter's store, on West
Depot street to connect with Corbin
street near G M Walter's residenc3.
It waa also decided to extend Val
ley street from West Depot to Cor
The colored population along
Happy liiil and over in Coleburg
will get the street opened that they
have been asking for. A street will
he opened from Lore's meadow to
she colored graded school, the course
cf the street being left in the iaands
of the street committee.
The board condemned a right of
way back of W J Hill's place of
business to place sewer to connect
further down with the main city
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs- Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City. XII. , was told by her doctors
she had consumption and thai there
was no hope for her recovery, but
two bottles of Dr. Kind's New Dis
covery saved her life. Mr. Thomas
Eigers, 139 Florida St. Sao Francis
co, suffered from a draadful cold,
approaching consumption, tried
without result everything else then
"bought a bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery and in two weeks was
cured. He is naturally thankful
It is such results, of which these
rp samples, that prove te wonder
ul efficacy of this medicine in
coughs and colds. Free trial bottles
&t Ftzer's Drug store. Regular
size 50c, aid $1.00.
The relatives of the late Mrs. M
G Miller are much gratified by the
stinted kindnc-es shown them by
pood people of Concord during
he four days of distress spent in
their midst. To a sorrowing heart
"there's naught in this bad world
ke eympatby" sympathy that
finds expression in tender ministra
tion to one's comfort and conven
3?ace. Kind, Mrs. Dusenbury and
ber assistants at the hotel left noth
ing undone for relief.
Dr. Young's gratuitous attention
from fust to last to our loved one
V68 so tender and friendly that our
meat grateful acknowledgements
re culled out. Rev. Alexander's
ktrtiona were all that our own
Itor could have been. The fu
aeral service waa in every way ap
propriate and in good taste and the
Rightful singing by Miss Rose
Harris and Mr. Lentz was especially
!ed. M? G. G.
'risburg, Oct. 14, 1896.
COMPLETE FUSION NO GO.
The Wtiit.i v..i ...
. . ,,,. , i n 1 1 1 1 loifetiier
lor Protection-Manly VrKeA Iron.
All W I .1 . . ... .
promaoy, and Its Symbol of Huh
selllsm ... Chairman Ajer Disap
The Democratic Central Execu
tive committee held a meeting Mon
day night at Democratic headquar.
ters, and had a long conference upon
the political situation.
The News and Observer says that
m view of the danger of sending
seyeral gold men to Con cress from
this State, and the solidity of the
negro vote augmented by a large
importation by the free nee of mon
ey, the committee decided to make
an effer of fusion on the State and
Congressional tickets with the Pop
Chairman Manly . was authorized
to address a communication to
Chairman Ayer and request an ims
mediate consideration of the propo.
sition by his committee, as the time
for printing and distributing tick
ets is now very short.
During the past few days many
letters have come in from prominent
Democrats and Populists in all sec
tions of the State urging joint action
between all advocates of free coin
age, so that the cause of the white
metal shall be triumphant on elec
tion day. There has been a wide
spread desire expressed also for such
joint action as would make it cer
tain that the State should be saved
from Rus8ellism and its attendant
eyils. As the matter now stands,
the race is in doubt. The Demo-
Grats have reason to hope and be
lieve that Mr. Watson will win, but
they know that recent negro coloni
zation endangers the prospect of
success with two silver candidates
in the field. There is not a patri
otic man in the State no matter
whether he is for gold, silver or cop
per who does not shudder at the
mere thought of having a Goyernor
so vicious and malignant and vin
dictive as Daniel L Russell. In or
der to make certain of his defeat
the Democratic State Central com
mittee last night formulated a prop
osition to the Populists looking to
fusion upon the State ticket, as well
as the Congressional ticket, to sup
plement the electoral fusion already
If it is accepted, the menace of
Russellism passes away, and the
whole State will breath freer; and
tbe silver advocates in all sections
of the United States will rejoice to
hear that the silver forces in North
Carolina will send a solid silver
delegation to the House ot Repre
sentatives and a free silver Senator
to uphold the hands of President
William J Bryan.
But on Tuesday the following
telegram was sent out from Raleigh
which ends the matter of fusion :
won't go with ayer.
Raleigh, Oct. 13. The Demo
cratic proposition for fusion has
caused a profound sensation in tie
State and the anger of the Demo
crats is intense.
Populist Chairman Ayer gave out
the following this afternoon ; "You
can say for me that the proposition
will not be accepted. We will not
entertain any proposition whereby
we lose any of our Congressmen in
the firat, third, fourth, sixth and
N. C. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14 1896.
seventh districts, whose election is
To the question : "Are you ad
verse to yielding the governorship ?"
He replied ; "To that I have noth
mg to say." Influential Populists
say it is entirely too late to make
any change in the ticket, as it tnk-s
two weeks to get the news to Pop i
lists in the interior. Senator But
ler is determined to faor the prop
osition and the Democratic mans
agers are in hopes that it can be
Is Your niiio Written There? The
little 1'olhN That Win Distinction
By IlaYlntr Goou Lessons and Con.
The honor roll of the city graded
schools for the first month, from
September 14th to October 9th is
furnished below. Owing to the de
lay of opening the school at Can
non ville, only the central and For
est Hill schools have the roll com
First Grade, Miss Dodson Teacher
Cora Bigger. Edna Correll, Fran
ces Goodson, Fanny Skinner, Anna
Sherrill, Lelia Propst, Myran
Brown, Linwood Fink, Ingram Lit
tle, Arthur Morrison, Caldwell
Propst, Wright Tucker, Aubrey
Henry, Adelene Morrison, Mary
Second Grade, Miss Emma White
Teacher Ruth Gibaon. Bessie Cook.
Katie Cook, Mary Kimmcns, Jennie
uoltrane, Jiddie Hams, Clyde
Pouuds, Winbourn Saunders, Joe
nartsell, George LiDpard. Ernest
Bigger, Cly de Day vault, Charlie
iiarner, Jesse Fisher.
Third Grade. Mrs. Misenheimer
Teacher Lillie Carter, Lula Coch
rane, Dalla Hartsell, Sallie Murr,
Nannie Sims. Elma Suther. Ollie
Suther, Addie Wood. Pat McLester.
Ray Patterpnn, Rupley Pounds,
Fourtn Grade, Mies Pauline
Means Teacher Julia Blackwelder.
Beulah Phillips, Archie Fisher,
Fifth Grade, Miss Addie Alex
ander, Teacher. Arcbey Brown,
Andrew Williams, Otto Cook,
Grace Brown, Blanch Boyd, Myrtle
Dayvault, Lizzie Propst, Pearl Stil
ler, Lena Harris, Alice Cadde.l,
WaLena Koes, bhirley Montgomery
Sixth Grade, Mies Belie Shirev.
Teacher. Mabel Gircber, Lillie
Cook, Ollie Cline, Janie Patterson,
Se venth and Eighth Grades. Miss
Laura Leslie, Teacher. Cas3ie Wat-
eon, Jennie Cook, Conie Pounds,
Daisy Barrier, Mamie Allred, Liddy
Uakke, Luther (iilion, Mary Striek
er, Kate Morrison, Fletcher Fink,
Uephas Lataker, Jonn Kime.
FOREST HILL SCHOOL.
First Grade, Mies Belle Moser,
Teacher. Willie Morris, EffieOve.
cash, Lucy Stample Nannie Ruz-
ell, Maud Unchurch. Grace Brown,
Maggie Dsnt, Nora Waddell, Zula
Mclnnis, Stella Walker. Marth Mc-
Innis, O.lie Smith. Branch Wad
dell, Frank Bridge, Edmund Rob-
n8on, Garland Caudle, Henry Cau
Second and Third Grades. Mrs. L
P Cole, Teacher. Marshall Mills,
Furman Swarineen. Rasha Morris.
Lock Penninger, Shober Penninger,
Pink Walter, Lawson Unchurch,
Ransom Upchurch, Charlie Wea
ver, Brack Swaringen, Arthur
Bonds, Charlie Fisher, Frank Wil
liams. Beulah Corriber. Annie
Bunn, Dorothy Means, Mattie Up
church, Jessie U. church.
Don't forget that the Hon. R B
Glenn will speak at the court hou3e
tonight. He is a brillant spaker.
But his ability as an orator is so
well known to our people it is use
less for us to talk. Be sure to
C3TO CURE A lLD 1 Ji ONE DAY
Take laxative-Bromo Quinin Tab
lets. '"Ail -druggists rpfnnd the
money, if it fails to cure. 25c.
Found dead !
There is something: so shocking abonl
sudden death that the mere mention of it
wrenches the nerves of sensitive people.
Millions of people pray for deliverance from
it. Kvery Sunday in every Episcopal church
in the world, these words are said :
" From battle, and murder and sudden death
Goou Lord, deliver us."
Just why sudden death should be shock
ing, and death after lingering disease ea?)
to bear, would puzzle any one to tell. Ii
would seem that it would be more terribl'
to see some loved one wasting away, daih
becoming weaker daily slipping toward I
death no less certain because it was slow ia
coming- Consumption causes more death?
than heart disease more than cholera
more than yellow fever more than any
Other disease the world has ever known.
And yet people are careless about it. A man
in danger of sudden death from heart dis
ease can avoid the danger simply by keepinp
quiet and avoiding excitement. Consump
tion goes right on with its deadly work, nc
matter what the man does or how he con
ducts himself, if he doesn't take the righf
medicine to cure it. Consumption affect
the whole body. It is a blood disease. It
permeate! the whole system. It shows in
the lungs because the blood goes to the
lungs for purification. It carries impurities
there to be made pure. If there is too much
impurity, the lungs are over-worked over,
loaded the impurity stops there. The
germs of disease stop there. They develop
and multiply and then consumption take
definite form. Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery cures 98 per cent, of all cases
of consumption, lingering coughs, throat
and bronchial diseases if it is taken accord
ing to directions. Get it at drug stores .
learn all about it in Dr. Pierce's great 100!
page work, "Common Sense Medical Ad
viser," sent FREK on receip of 21 one-cent
stamps to cover co9t of mailing only. It
contains 1008 oaees. nrofuselv illnstiated Ii
is a veritable medical library, complete in
one volume, livery family should possess a
copy for ready reference m case of sudden
sickness or accidents. World's I. ispen&iry
Medical Asaociation Buffalo, N. Y.
Walter L. Main's Circus.
For the above occasion at Salis.
bury Saturday, October 24th, and
Charlotte Monday, October 26th, the,
Southern Railway will sell tickets'
to Salisbury at 90 cents and to
Charlotte at 85 cents for the round-
trip. Tickets on sale t?av of thei
performance, limited day after per
formance, but are not good on the
vestibule trains. Passengers will
please be prepared to make their
own change for above tickets.
No doubt about it; we are better fixed to
please you in Clothing than' we have ever
Men's Suits, latest and
Boys7 Suits, latest and
Children's Suits, alatest
We guarantee to save youjnoney.
HATS AND OAPSJFOR EVERYBODY.
CANNONS fc FETZER
Whole NO. l,t;
The Prohibitionist Canyass.
Itinery of the Bronibiuon candi
dates dents, Joshua Levering and Pule
.JoiiLson : Mr. Levering wi 1 speak
at Durham October 14, morning
High Point, Oct. 14, night; Sal'
bury, Oct. 15, morning; Crari'.'
Oct. 15, at night. Mr. John..,
will speak at Goldboro Oct 19,
morning; Raleigh, Oct. 19, nigb ;
Greensboro, Oct. 20, mornin; Salv .
bury, Oct. 20, afternoon; Hickorv,
Oct. 21, morning; Ashevilie, Oct. 21.
at night. olj
Bncklen's Arnica Maire.
The Best Saive in t.-.e world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetterd Obappe
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively carta
Piles or no pay nm-ed. It ia
guaranteed to give aiatibfactkm or
mone? refunded. Price 25 cents per
box For sale at P B Fetzer's Dm
Given Away Free
To advertise 0ui goods we ill
give away, absoluMv free, one box
of five-cent cigars,ut 'oid ring and
a sample bottle tf Peeler's Pain
Killer to every one ceding us fifty
cents to pay packii.g and postage.
Peeler Anderson Medicine Co.
Lock Box 1, Kemersyille, N. O
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