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Vol. XTII.-No. 02,
COMC01ll, N. C, THURSDAY. AUGUST 0, 1896
WnonE NO. 1, V71
FOK SUE PUT.
dida'efor the cfiice of oherilt of
iDarrus m - j
! J, moeianc nominating uuuyeunuu. j
THOMAS J. WHITE.
C OTTON WLIGIIEU.
i bereb? announce mv&elf
C-C:rW for the cilice of co' ton w u'htr
tor OhuTus county. eid-ject to the
,4,vCir 0 : of the Democratic nomi-
F. A ARCilinALL).
! :: kkoistki: cv ;:eds.
I j-ere)T onnonrce n-.v:-?:! a can-1
iiu:oe tor the ( Hice ri R'Wier of j
i-xrrii' count v, sut-ject
era: io no mi n at irg con-
t S ? v f )
i i l t i iJr .'jt ,
i'aviii:-: been sob cited by numer
ous vcti rs of Cabarrus eouny, I
hertbv i.jinonnce m;seif a eandid ite
for the : biee of cotton weinyl', nh-j--ct
to i be action of the county
i)emociutic nominating convention.
(iKOKGK F. l)AIiNHARL)T.
FOIl COTTOX WKIGHKU.
I hereby aLnonnce myseb a candi
date for cotton weigher for t 'abar
rus county, fiuV-jr.ct to the Djino
HARVEY" A. GIBBER.
FOR COTTON WKICIIKU.
Feeling some degree of encourage
ment by the genial attitude of my
feilow-men in the county, I most
respectfull' ask your favorable con
sideration as a candidate for cotton
weigher, subject to the action of the
Democratic county convention.
on - h
OPPOSITE ST. CLOUD HOTEL.
J. F. HURLEYr
! SCI R An C E AGE A'T.
( fjlicc over
FETZERS DRUG STORE, i
Corrected by Cannons & Fe.tzer,
Good middling t 7 10.
Low middling q.40
Stains k t0 6
Corrected bv C. V; SvmK.
!iaco" 7 to 8
Migar-cured iiaras 10to 12 1
Sulk mea.sides 7 to 8
Oats , .... 35
jiMtmeoitiie ... m.posc.i '-
iii wic Jtcrm. .
Suit for danwgfB. Verdict in f-.u !
vor of defendant. Ar,peal tken
M A Sloop vs. L ,M Morrison, i
i administrator- of Jim Kluttz.
! Judgement for plaintiff. j have it cinori free of charge, the
i X'jk.in 8 hoe va. C F Smith. Snoe;txp?nso being borne by the govern-
rear, ird tn tmvh snO hnnd for p-ista :
in 30 days or tub; diamig&ed.
Joe Scott vs. John A Cr-tvn.
Verict for defendant, '
W C Co -1 mm vs. etnnie M,don
jcHitimieu on condnion t h-t u'.Ti-udc :
ant inmee bond for appeal from ,
justice of peace court.
T , . s... :;ir;T v, i ,n7P a .?v
j Ceurt adjourned Vedne:alaT (-vein
ieduced r.itea as follow will be
nude on dates nam-u ith b . J
limit VI days from date of .: ) ,
Concord to Wadbncrton $13.00,
to Iviitimore via Norfolk Baitimoie;
line steamer $1100, to New I
York via Norfolk and O I) S S Co.
1900, all rates for round trip. In
connection with these rates there
will be 10 day rates. Washington
to Baltimore and return 2 00,
Washington to Philadelphia and
return $G 00, Washington to New
York and re nun 10.00, Baltimore
to Philadelphia and return 4.00,
Baltimore to New York and return
SS 00. Tickets on sale at Concord
August 10th to 11th, final limit 12
days from date of sale.
Cure For Hcadacli.
As a remedy for all forms of
Headach Electric Bittere has proved
to bo the very beat. It effects a
permanent cure and the most dread
ed habitual sick headaches yield lo
ty iplluence- Wo urgo all who arc
alUicted to procure a bottle, and
give this remedy a fair trial. In
cases or' habitbal constipation Elccw
trie Bitters cures by giving the
needed tone to the bowles, and few
case long resist the u?e cf this
medicine. Try it once. Fifty cent's
and SI. 00 at Fctzei 's Drug Store.
forest Hill News,
Mr. John F Troutman has closed
out his soda fountain on Soring
street and will retire to private life.
Mr. Robert Early has moved to
the cottage recently occupied by Mr.
Mr. C T Troy left this morning
for Liberty, N. C, tc visit his father,
Mr. A L Iroy, of that pkce.
The little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J F BUlcck died last night
and v:ll be buried thi3 evening at
Ore ''-f the mule3 on the n?v rail
rcjid received a sun-stroke yesterday
evening which proved almost fatal.
Miss Bettie Walter, of Cannon
ville, is visiting Mr. A E Walter on
North Third street.
f51ow Hot nnd lilow i'oMl."'
The Southern will do everything
possible for the convenience and
eomforc of its employees who work
in the new shops at this place
Among other devices for the com"
fort of the workmen the company
is arranging a system of fans in
esch department of the shops that
will, in the summer months keep a
cool breeze stirring, and in the win
ter a warm breeze that will keep
tne workmen comfortable will be
carried by them from the engine
room. Salisbury World.
Dr. Miles' Pain Pills stop Headache.
- rsifjt m to i is.
f The Standard hes!
aked us two questions which will !
l, , : ...? u.,
dlvpr n,f. hat anv one holding
. dive, be it bars, old watch cae?,
plats wore, spoors, etc., or any other
form, may tii!:e'it to the mints and 1
ment. and ? hrmtnhnnH pa tn
i Sixteen to one nifans that the
! ratio shall be such that a pound of
; gold shall make just 16 times as
man3T coined dollars as a pound of
siivt r- There is to be no refusal to
coin either o.d or silver when pre
'nld v:-( no matter what quat:
: t;ty of i-ithtr i- undented.
1 m,-1 . mt KI.HM
For Infants and Children,
rroimor noon i?urt i Mnn woke
Ixdiaxapolis, lnd., Aug. 5.
Professor Boone, a well-known hyp
notist, put J J Wyatt under his
mvsteriou3 iclluence yesterday, and
announced that be would bury his
subject and bring him to next Fri
day, after an interval of three days.
Wyatt had previously consented to
the arrange oient, and the burial took
place at Fair View Park lat night,
at 10:30 p. m., a tube being passed
down ro where he lay. He was
buried four feet under the ground
and a guard was placed at the grave.
Shortly before noon to-day Wyatt
c une out of the influence and began
screaming like a wild man when he
reid zd hio situation. He was hur
riedly dug up and it was some time
before he could be cooled down. He
protested against a second inters
ment, but. Prof. Boone soon got him
under control and Wyatt was again
p.tt down in the earth. The expend
ment is attracting much a'tenuon.
Seme of our pseudo-patriotic-free
ei Iyer -fusion howlers need a
new fashioned gun in the coming
campaign --one that, while it hurle
one missile at the enemy in front,
will cra:h two into ua in the rear
rank who can't quite keep up with
their hop, ship and jump rate.
AJ"-K the rf rovcred
':, dy-iejiti'-, l;iii"i:s sr.i-
.' VV1 ':--'( rs- icii:! of fcvci
I" ' fi iv.y a;ue, the mercurial
" ' . . ' v' is: .l-i .! liilticlit. llo'.V
tiJ V'vY u-y recovercJ health,
f ,f. -t..frfi'! ;:irit .-in.l rood
Sj-j "fc r?.'f ."L 4?'. t: a : t i t e ; they will tou
y'i 'Li'iJ Ijvkk Ri:.;lj.atok.
The Cl'i'M'St, Purest- and I?est rrnily
ri-diciiie in Ihe World!
For DVf-'PKP.-TA, CONST! PATIONT. Jannaioe,
I'.il'ous attacks. SICK. UKAijACHK, Co;ic, Deprcs
S;o:t.of S,m: its. SOUR STOMACH, Heartburn, ttc.
'i "n:s 'it'.i i v.'!' J n nivtiy is warranted not to cont tir.
n single pa:;; .Iu .MuiiCVKY, or any i:.i:.c.ul xulstaUvS,
PUHt-LY VlulTASLE ,
Coiituinin.- those Southern Roots and Herbs which an
ah -vise i V : ;-:nce l'.:s : -laced in countries vuere
Liver i m a :.s most vrt va;l. It will cure Jill
If;'as-?. -;.is'l by licrangeuieiit of the
!4v?.r i'-'-i .MVi.(s.
'I'hc SV M t'TliAlS of Liver Complaint are a bittei
or hau ta -.t : in the r.ionth ; Lain in the Lack. Sides or
f '"tc.- - i.iisivLer. for khetnnutisai ; Sour
Siom'iifhi i. 3s of Arrciii-; IWchs a'.icrnattly
co- live arai Ux; Ih -v-ach'; : I.o?s of Mtmory, with a
j-,i.'nfui S'.-r:..t;on cf havinjr failed to do something
which airjhr to hjvc heea done ; Debility; Low
Spirits; a thick. yc!i :.'; :arance of the Skin and
iv --s; a dry L . r,L . - .t..;i -nis'akea for Coiisuniptiori.
Soineti::.t". ncuiv f'ihcs: symptoms attend the
.'.'-.ce, o:i; v' ry few : hut the Livfk, the largest
or-uan ia ttv hc-cy, !S Jcr.cru'l!y lh seat of the disease,
aii.i if not i-c.-. l in time, great suffering, wretch
edness ' c 1 vIA'v.rS will cisue.
1 ho ioiIohick hicn!y-este'::ned persons attest to the
v;rtr:es of Siasmons Livi !'. Ki uct.atok: Oen. V. S.
(L-'.r, La. S. Vv". R. k. Co. : Rev. J. R. f uldcr,
L.riy.Oa.: C 1. I.. K. S c.-ks. A'.Lany.Ga.; C. Mastcr
Si isr'-.r L-.'oh C..,t -a.; J. A. liutts. Lainbiide,
... ; Kcr. j. V. iiurkc. Macon, Ga.; Virgil Lowers,
S;.i r. Ga. S. V.. R. R. ; II 0:1. Alexander I .Stephens.
Vv' 2 ito.ve f.reU its virtf-.s personally, and know
that for iyspcysia, B.ii..riosi. end 'ihrolbing Head
ache, it is the best mecaciue the a Id ever saw. We
h..ve t:ied forty other rer;. edits bcLre Simmons Livei
'ec-jiator, and none of thtai gave us more than tern
),rary relief: t'-c Regular:. m-t only relieved, but cured
W Ev. x Mi iLGKAi a .sNij Messenger, Macox, Ga
KAM'I'.CTrKI'.li CNLY EY
J. II. Z1ZLl11 Jt CO., i'lAde'.phia. Pa.
v i ,
Preeiciin: elder J W Thomas
Pv. A M Mclver and
Simmons, pastor ia charge, will
ucui luc hcck mu t .vi .ion
church c -impmpting four miles
west of this city tomorrow, August
6:h, in continue until Wednesday
Alt:-us?; 12 when the series will
close wirh tin? grnd Christian
march. Provisions Ii ive b-ea made
to nccorimodate all who m?y ile. ire
Lto attend. White friends are in-1
Trlio are supposed
to represent great
.strength and perfect
health, .ire likely ti
die of consumption
f I e r e muscularity
isn't always health
Disease will develop
'i ., .1.-. t,
, f . .; . "?pz- p;enns o consun.p
St " V." .7..1? tion ?et into a man's ;
t-,-- ; v pvsteTti, ana it will
y l '2.- killbim certainly anc
lr ii w -?AirVlH SVAcly if hc doesn't
& r-::--7;i 'll Ui1? t;ike the propel
f i ' ! measures to pet m
( . y 1 ; of it. Exercise am
$kt i'iji V work and dieting: am
K. :;!, ' J ' I j all that sort of tinnf
V-iivViVifu-- are good enough it
a- i-- their ."y, but con
sumption is one o)
the thiuprs that they won't cure. The bacil
lus of consumption is a livincr organism. I
is inhuh-sima!, but it is alive. The onbj
way to u' L rid of it is to kill it. If it isn'
killed, it vt-iti levelop and multiply'. Gerrc:
are wonderfully prolific. In tue quickes
tmafiuaiik: ii:::e, one becomes a thousand
and a thousand a million. Dr. Fierce';
Golden Medical Discovery is'a perm hunte:
and a perm killer. Wherever a disease pern
lurks in the bodv, the "Discovery" wil
find it will render it harmless. It doesn''
make any difference what you call your dis
ease, or what kind of a perm it is. All perm?
circulate in the blood. The "Golden Med
ical Discovery" purines the blood purpe:
it of germs enriches it with life-grivinj
properties. It not only kills disease, but i
builds up health. It is a tonic, a nervine
or nerve-food, or inviporator and blood-pn
litr. all in one bottle.
A you want to know all of the facts abon
Mis wonderful remedy if you want tc
know all about the human body, and humai
health, ana ficmiess anu nc-v
to pet rid of it, send for Dr
Pierce's Common Sen?e Med
MF-O'"' ical Adviser, a stanaara mea
!-..- c. tit (rt't nrt rprfint of 2'.
u:i"-eeui. r.Lrkiiii-' .w
of mailinp only. This worl
is a rnm--lete family doctO-i
S3 book and should be read bi
both vounp and old. The profits on the sab
of 6S0.000 copies at $7.50 has rendered possi
ble this free edition. Address, World's Dis
pensary ;jel.cal AssocinMor. lhuTalo, N. Y
We want to Beat . .
. . the Record for July
Wo pre determined not to spend our time and en;;y rumbliajr
fvbc ut dull times. We v. ill pitch in and make times live'v. Nov;, in ov
der to make this incomi.ru month tho bije&t July we : v4 xt-r ) $.,
i-'o out tinp: out a lot of "Hummers" and we are goins to :"ike thei 1 I: . : -..-'
"Ve are p-oiug to do away with Stickers - We will make Movers out ci
them. Here goes:
About GO prs of Ladies fine shoes of Zeigler's ami I?r' d4 nukes, .
snu 11 siz-s, 2?;, 3, '31 and 4 that we will t-ell t $1 a pair, ot a pair a:no.;::f
them nut cost 2 aud oer. They must go.
20. 2, About one hundred pair of Ladies Fine Oxford Ties, souui
patent leathers, yome tans, some hno dongola pat tips, all to 0 at 70c.
They cost from 1 to $1.50. They must '
NO. 3. -About 50 pairs Ladies hue Oxfords, all Zeiglers, tan. i;n -y
and black ooze and fine kid, kizcs I to 4. All to go at 31. Made to sell at
82 and $2.50- They must go.
NO. 4. About To prs of Ladies Oxfords and 1-strap Sandals Zeialera.
Bay State and Tadyn Eroe., all to go in at SI 23. Call for them tht j
won't be here long. They muai fro.
NO. 5 A few prs of Misses Oxfords, sizes 12 ro J, to zo at 50c.
NO. C FOIl MliN: A lot of Tn, Goaf an J B'ncl: Vici Kid Oxfordf
at 1. They r.re $1.50 sloe?, and are iresa stock just bought them.
Womens Solid Leather Shoes at C5c.Womens solid Leather PebbJe
Grain and Glove Grain Lace and Button Shoes at 75c. These are m
sboss. all fresh and nice. Ladies fine
Alexandria, Va. Solid as any shoe in tne n arner, regular, oi-
go at 1. Mers Fin Satin Oil Shoes, lace and gaiters at SI. Ihey are
regular 1,25 shoes. Mens heavy English Ties, everyday hhoeB, l.t-0 holui
ociooihrr-nn mflr Hipm. T?ic? iob in strawT hats at 10c, some oi tnem
are 50c hats. We buy Trunks in car loads nnd retail them ai w non Half
prices. One hundred Mens fire Serge Coats at just halt price. A have
everything in the line of clothing fi:d furnishing goods. Everything u p
to date and at prices that can't be beat anywheie m the State, tail blu
see samples?cf the free Crayon Pictures we are having made for our customers
JOB Twentyfive suits of finelAll-Wool Cassimerein Cutaway'.Frock
;s, sizes 34 to 36 lor 4 00 a suit.l They are 10.00, 12.50, and 15.00 ..euiU-
Call on us and see these and ether'attractiens.
Olrer this week 15
cases of the best $1.00
shoe for ladies on the
market They come iu
Gloye, Grain, Button
and Lace We also
have them at 75 cents
and thev aie as good
a3 you can buy lor ?r
cents, hut the 1.00
shoe is the greatest
xalue to be found,
-Ten Cases cf Mens'-
at 81.00 to $1.50. Tint
is a good .f-liee a
easy pair, h; -;-v-nnteecl
to be us i jpr -sented
ormoru v bne!:.
100 dcz'ii Shirts hi
Lauiidrind, U n laiui
dried and AVoik
Shirts at 15 cpnts to
8T00. We can please
all m this line.
for Ladies, .Men. and
We have plenty f
those Low Shoes yer,
for Misses and Ladies.
Dongola kid button shoes, maao iti
i .1 1 J I L 1 r t i Li -v