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Vol. XIII. No. t4.
CON00Kl N. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1800
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' tU'O ICtllOfrtOIl CoUilUittt Hint
1 InTebv ar.nouuce myself a cam! . '
dida'efortLe office of Sberiii of!- i ood cttns of No. ,i to-vn-Cabarrus
eounn, sulpct to the i fc'ip havc ;o;.e at it in the mopec
MnocniHe nor:m,;it Ji1 eouyennou. j
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LOj; COTTOX AVKUillKK.
I.':ivinr been EoJicited bv !ii;:i:er-
ria voters of ''orn.s coun'y, I
bc"eb" ar.-oi;n nnself :i candidate
i'-e" to toe iiouon ot the eoun.y
i)einocratic noniinatins: convention
GEORGE Vr BAKXUAKDT.
von oottox wkigiiei:
1 hereby announce myselt a candi
date for cotton weigher for 'abar
rus county, ?ubj.jct to the Demo
HAKVEY A. GlLEBEK.
FOIi COTTON WEIOIIEU.
Feeling some degree of encourage
ment by the genial attitude of nay
fellow-men in the county, I most
respectfully ask your favorable con
sideration as a candidate for cotton
weigher, subject to the action of the
Democratic county convention.
II EZ E K I A II M C X A f A R A .
Mil kij hi
OPPOSITE ST. CLOUD HOTEL.
J. F. HURLEY,"
FKTZERS DRUG STOKE.
Corrected hy Cannons & Eetzer.
Good middling 7 40.
Low middling G.40
Stains r to 6
Corrected bv 0, W Swmjs.
Bacon..... 7 to 8
Sugar-cured nams loto 12
Sulk meats,sides ....7 to 8
Corn : 45
Lard , tm ivq
Flour(North Carolina) .1 S
Meal.. , t45
MOONSHINER IN JAIL
j County HinS liroiiyhf to .! Ttis-
way to break up vniso
jiu that stction of ;ho country.
t;Lne xheY ydVv ,en vr.
ihlS Ci Y3'6 (f Ul!'.;-jr:il .
'e old stagers will
Uct i her.;
i.o inore or n,r a tiujo at ieiit. Un !
Tiiur.-:-d:iv last one D A
vinj ar. old pray horse to u little
ik-, ;:, ' . t ,
ui;iv,iU v,i:.:.;OU drove!; to t.u- oon:-:
munity una ne-m ai,;- tiuj
coiiieiitj oi' iiid little b.-o-.vn j to
, : nt ,
t:uriy cu-toKit'T' when oonj.-iidc
took a pk:t i i i tbe tnutSBCtion aui;
carried the peddler before Ecu:r
Mooie Emerson an-I sued out ? war
rant or connnitment. Lvans is no ,v i
j spending these hot summer dava in '.
the county j il. j
l.'evenue ofiicer 11 S Han is was!
notified cf the arrest of :.he r
an U strair'htwav made a ee)-:; i?;. c.
f ho '.: mt- ti.-ii-tt-
If people in other lech tie would !
sue out warr mts and arrest pcddlera ;
oi i ins Ktna oerore uotityiujc t lit
re venue officers, there would be a
ircat deal less crookedness going on.
The Concoid IliIi School.
The Concord High School will
b 'giu its net session on Monday,
August 31st. In response to the
desires of several patrons, it has
been decided to enlarge the scope
somewhat, and admit those who are
prepared to begin the study of
Latiu or Algebra. Daring the
n?xt year the mathematics and
science will be taught by Mr. Walter
R Thompson, a brother of the prin
cipal. Mr. 'Ihompson received his
training at the University of North
Carolina and for the past two yuarti
h is been principal of the btatesville
President' Alderman, of the Uni
versity, says of him :
University of North Carolina,
.Department or Pedagogy, Ed
win A. Alderman, Professor.
Chapel Hill, N. C, June 9, 'IH.
J Mr, Walter R Thompson has been !
under my instruction for one yer.
Lie is a voting man of strong miid, i
ine character, a strong sense of duty
and pleaeiJiit address.
lie 13 a son of D Matt. Thomp
son, one of our strongest teachers.
Reared io an atmosphere of good
work in teaching, surrounded by the
best books relating to Pedagogy and
connate subjects, I predict for him
n useful and successful career in his
I heartily commend him to thojc
seeking an effective, high-grade
teacher. Yours very truly,
Edwin A, Alderman.
Anv information regarding the
, . , - . i
flpnnft O.'in t:fi senUied hV n.dnrPR5llur I
the Principal at Concord. Circu
lars can be gotten at the St. Cloud
Hotel or at Mr J C Gibsou's cilice.
Holland Thompson, Principal, i
A IloUSCllOld Treasure. I
D. W, Fuller, OI CanajOharie, N.
Y., says that he always keens Dr,
King's New Discovery in the house
and his family has always found the
Vfirv best results follow its USft : !
that he would r:ot he without it, ii
procurable. G. A. Dykeman, Drug
gist, Catskill, N.. Y., says that Dr.
King's New Discovery is undoubt
edly the best cough remedy ; that
he has used it in his family for eight
years, and it has never failea to do
all that is claimed for it. Why not
try a remedy so long tried and
tested. Trial bottles free at FeU
zer's Drug store. Regular size 50?. J
ever really knows the !
r--pns aud content j
unul she tin- moihtr of a healthy, !
ine health ot the0hief of frar!mnt j r Rfi"r
chih: d.-iKiii.i upon the health of
tj:f.m.--t'!ii'r, both before and after
-in:, ...Cot ol woman's weak-
' --'s ; :;"-.3eu I:: '. y the weaknebs
that mo.si .r.yW inllnenocs t - -
cvu c j
or urease or the dis
1 1 . .
ct:v i..ri.ii.i.v:e orirsia:?. Dr. Pierc'-'a
: t I ,! ; " r I T i It in will r i y trnn v
or t mature. It ehou'cl be i
lakmi ro,:;iii :)' hv eve-ry woman du i
'?'llKr, -tii- period cf gestation.
: : CL! pcrioa ct gestation, j
It irives 3tre!Jj;th to all the organs
; lt-ir ..i , , i . ,
lovoit-eu. lersens the pnins or child-
hirth ard i::3urc3 the health of both I
j:sotnei urd child. !
ntvl 21 one cent stamps to cover
( d'i i
only, and receive
J ree :i cop.y
; Ad yo-f i".
. f;; roe's Medical !
World-'s Dis ;
io, N. Y
' iao'on, B; ii
m i election returns
"i i. n; t )n's ( l)em'. crat)
(iovernor ct nearly
i 40,0o0 .1:.; ! rn! what a racket
n',(! 11 ba ;1 the nVms io make
fr uj(, yhi Ct,nMint! Yes "e !
i)jn'r r.oki.o AifUe tiefe-it. cry
fraud ; that tukes the place of
strength, borne of the forces that
shut their minds against facts and
open tbem only to bitterness will
believe, and hold the tighter grip to
a waning cause.
For Infants and Children.
We wish our Populist brethren
would not b harping on their
Jackson ian and Jeffersonian princi
ples. Who ever heard of Jackson
and Jefferson Hying off and fusing
with their bitterest political ( ne
mies when they could not get their
whirn'3 satisfied ? The bones of
Jac'-'son and Jefferson make no
'music in a Pipu'ist minstrel.
H ASK the recovcre'1
'Wpt5' victims cf fever
vMiSand aue-the merc"rial
ysi :!;s-ascd patient, luvv
i& J&'&i?' ey recovered hea'ab.
r"v 'cheerful stints and good
A:" ' .Plht.-; they wiii tell
"pTfvfy.m by taking Simmons
The ClirajM'wt, Purest ar.;! I?o.f. Tamily
3iedscijie ia ti World!
For DYPPKI'SI A. COXSTI PATIOX, Jaumttoe,
Hi lions attacks, ?ICK 1! KAOACHK, Colic, Depres
sion of Spirits. S )l It S TOMACH, Heartburn, etc.
This unrivaled remedy is warranted not to contain
a single particle o: Mkkccky, or any mineral substance,
containing tl.os- Southern Roots and Herbs which an
all-wise Providence bus plated in countries where
Liver Diseases most prevail. It will care all
Diseases caused by Derangement of the
Livr am! !;wols.
The SYMPTO.MS of Liver Complaint are a bitter
or bad taste in the mouth ; Pain in the Pack, Sides or
Joints, often mistaken for Rheumatism; Sour
Stomach ; Loss of Appetite ; p.oweis alternately
costive and lax; Headache; Loss of Memory, with a
pa'nful sensation of having failed to do something
which au-ht to L-vc bscn done; Debility; Low
Snirits: a thick, yt.'.
v appearance ol the Skin and
i.A-,s. ,lrv C.-iiL-h. oftca niistakcn fur O'nsi:miuon.
disease, at otht r.s very few ; but the LlVl-.R, the largest
ortran in the b.-.iy, is jrenerally the seat cf the disease,
and if not Regf-late-.fin tisr.e, freat suffering, wretch
edness arid 5 iATil v, i.i c:.ue.
The f. '.b w ir ; !ti..k:y-etecn;c-d persons attest to the
vi'-r-rf-'; ,t' Sim-.kiNS 1.1VI.K lvKCl LATOK : Oen. W. S.
ii..it, Pres. ca. s. w. r. r. co.; Rev j. r. Feider,
T'errv.Cia.: C-i. P.. K. Sj.aiks. Albany, Oa.; C. .uaster-
son, i-'.sq. ,S tseri iiib b C .( a. ; J. A. Llutts. ham bridge,
(;"-: Rtv- J- Purke Macon. Oa.; Vir-il Powers,
St.p;. Ca. S. W . R. K. ; Jion. Alexander H.Stephens.
We have t-sted it., vinu.:- personally, and know
tut tor i vsp-.-ps:a. U :: l-.a.-.-s a:iU J nrouwng neuu
riche, it is't!-r re.-t TueC.ici.je tile uorld ever saw. Yv e
have trieii forty othc- reioedies before Simmon Liver
Reuu!at:r, an - ! ih.-ui gave us more than tern--
ri v reiLf : the Ke.-.aiat .r i:.t only relieved, but cured
Jet." Lu. Tllckai-h and Messenger. Macon, Ga-
M AM 1 ACTfRF.D ONLY KY
J, 15. ZivLLIN' Si C.. Philadelphia. Pa.
When in heed ol Fire Insuiance,
call and see us, or viite. Weiepre
sent only first-clat Home and For
Woodh -U'E & Hai.bis.
rircmon ueioiMt s.
At a rfcent meetirs: of the Col-
cord Kc.ft -and Kte- Ocninanv
and Y C CaldAt-ji were elected dele-
dad 10 n-nr.trjt :ne company at j
the Association me etiujj isi balisbcry !
on i) iSth, Ii Will Johnston and ;
j ju iirown were el
r oornv aiiv ro ju a boo v.
we.'iriDj; their prettv uciforiu.
Vbcy kr0,v ho,v u
vv J- -KcK Ve nappy but so-.
v''- -;;::e tlx-- arv ir.u-
-.w V, v
f ' v ;--yv.-orilu:K-uariyo'a-
: v - 'T
cK:ct bcallh. The
c-.!kv dy-;pcp?:a auc
biliousness and con-.'-
ti r a t. i a n to ere
: a:A make life wretched i
.-.un'uamtA isnally conit; to
Ligation ai'ct tl:; stor.iacfc
: ar.i1 -:-t. '.; -i.Jt l"if.gs on bilious attacks
J at:;! inii..;e-.un, J.:c.,daches, r.ansca, dizi
tiess. quuer se:isaM-;?e-. of vekn jss and pal
j tsilaiiou. Yi-ur n.i-ves are t;ustruuir. youi
system is r.iv.sjisii. You lose aiabuion.
The fact is your wl-ole constitution is l inc
slowl v ;i;uk rmined. Vvliat you need is Dr.
Fierc'-'s I k-a: a::t I'-'-llets.
Tlicycurc cmstipMion, dyspep;-ia and bit
iousneV.s in tlie only sure, "puvmanent way.
There is nothing violent or irrilatinq: about
tlivtit, th-v v.-ork mildly tlDiih quickly.
Thev tone" and 'trovitiK: n the bowels tc
canr on their i:neuns naturally. Tiie
g-ently stimulate th.e ilow of bile from tht
ii ' r -.in.l the digestive juices of the st oni
ach. You don't become a flare to theii
use as with other pills. They make you reg
ular and then von can leave them. Th.it is
tlie difference between Or. Pierce's Pieasam
Vellets and the something " just as li'ood
wliich a sharp drucri-t tiies to substitute
Ton't let him do su with you.
If von wnnt to keep your health and ytreTicrt.
Writh'uat consaUi-g the doctor so often, the 5es!
thni-i vnu enn elo 1-: to wri.t
to the' World's Dispen.-an
Medical Association, But
falo, N. V., for a copy of
Dr. Tierce's great book, thf
"People's Common Sens
Medical Adviser." Send 2!
oae-cent stamps to cove
ost of mailing only. It i
a large book of 100S pages
with 'over ?oo illustrations
It is the same book of whict
6X0.000 copies were sold af
$1.50 each. The only dif
ference is in the bineling
which in the free edition
is of strong manilla paper
There is no other such complete family locto
book in the imglisii language. 11 is a veruaim
medical librarv, complete in one volume. sVnc
now before all" are given away. They are goin
OiT rapidlv. therefore, do not delay sending im
r.'i,'di'jMv m want of one. The above geueiom
ciier ii limited to 5),&oo co:ies.
A !" ache and "Rheumatism relieved
iAxs fi.by Dr. Miles' Nerve Plasters.
' e want to
1 ft 1
. . tliGtHecord for July.
We are determined not to spend our time and rn
i bout dun times. We ill pitch in and make times live
der to !.iake this incomioe month the biggest Jbly we I t.
are putting out a lot cf "Hummers" and wo are goiu;: to
We are coing to do away with Stickers We will make
them- Here goes:
About GO prs of Ladies fine shoea of Zeigler's and Rff d'o nifkea, .ill
snmli s, 21, 8, 31 and -1 that we will f-eil nt $1 a pair. Nt a pair amonsi
thtm but cost 2 and over. They must go.
NO. 2. About one hundred pair of Ladies Fine Oxford Ties, some
pateut leathers, some tans, some line dougola pat tips, all to go at 75c.
They cobt from Si to $1.50. They must go.
NO. 3. About 50 pairs Ladies line Oxfords, all Zeiglers, tan. gray
Rnd black ooze and fine uid, uizes 1 to 4-h. All to go at 1, Made to soil fit
2 and 22.50- They must go.
NO. 4. About 75 prs of Ladies Oxfords and 1-strap Sandals Zeigler.
Boy State and Padsn Brop., all to go in at SI. 25. ( all for them they
won't be here long. They must, go.
NO. 5 A few prs ot Misses Oxfords, rizes 12 to 1, to go at 50c.
NO. 6. FOR MEN: A lot of Tan, Goat and B'ack Vici Kid Oxford
at SI. They ure 81.50 shoes, and are irenn stockjust bought them.
Womtns Solid Leather Shoes at GSc.Womens solid Leather Pebble
Grain and Glove Grain Lace and Button Shoes at 75c. These are SI
shoes, all freh and nice. Ladies fine Dongola kid button Fhoes, made at
Alexandria, Ya! Solid as any shoe in the n arket, regular 1-50 shoes, to
go at $1. Mrns Fine Satin Oil Sboes, lace and gaittis at 81. I hey are
regular 1,25 shoes. Mens heavy English Ties, everyday hoes, 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 ti.cm at wLo'isale
prices. One hundred Mens fine Serge Coats at just hall price. Ae haw
everything in the line of clothing -Mid furnishing goods. Everything up
to date and at prices that can't be beat anywheie m the State. Can m a,
see samples;of the free Crayon Pictures we are having made for our cus
tomers' JOB Twentwfive suits of fineAll-WooHCassimere in CatawajFrock
Suits, sizes 34 to 36 lor 4 00 a suit.! )Thty aie 10.00, 12.50, and 15.00ssuits.
Call on us and see these and othei'ittractic ns.
Oiler this week l."
cases of the hst
slioe for ladies on tV
nitirket They come-in
Gloye, Grain, Button
and La co We a ho
have then! at 7o ceLi;:
and rhev aie as govd
a3 you can hay lor 7
'eni!s, but the; l.o ;
shoe is rhe creates?
T a hie to be fon ltd,
-Ten Cases of XJens'-
xi i 4
in SI. 00 to "l.r)U. Tmr
is a good ?1ioh mm
easy pair. Is rp- -anteci
to be as i ji i' -sen
ted ornio:-" !: oi..
1 v0 dczn shirts i n
Lauiutried, :.: km
dried and Wci.'v
Shirts at 1;" -euis :o
sl,.)0 We can pleab
till in tins line.
for Ladies, Mtu ai.d
We have )!enty - i
thobe Low Shoes ye:,
for Misses and Ladies.
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