Vol.. XIII- No. 103.
CONCORD, N. C, WEDNESDAY.. AUGUST 19, 1S96
WnonE NO. 1.482
Mi UK;ISTER OF DEEDS.
Thankful fur past favors, I hereby
renounce mv-"if a candidate for
t he cfiice of Ib-tc r of Deeds for
Ca'tu-aTUH out;;i'.y, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic nominating
"of t;,m K -sp ctAili v,
PEMBuiUON FOP CONGRESS. : did Dot r.eed-to make a speech. He' T
Stanly's 7!ts i tit S'rout S:MU'i:el r, J
ihe ;mi on tiK'S'inri rmiiut. - Mr. Thus. rluttz wua called and
The delegates from u,e seventh in the spcurh of the day thrilled the j . y
Congressional district u:mb:d in audience with his fine flowing ora- ti lLi (;H H j A 1 EST
convention at Salisbui j on Tuesday ' -orJ relating interesting features of! 1T r-p r y t- T t .
the lS'.h nd were called to order uV CMcrvjo convention and the; O JN 1 JHL E C X 1 jO hK.
12 m., by Hon. hi II Pinnix, who 1 mc.iliou m-etisg in JSew York cs ;
.:' .;t-d by many of
' , ;.l;lj:'iice my-.
- -r the ( Hice of
v. 1 county, en bj ;ct
mi croiic nominut-
v:ai: nx widexhouse
t1 i i . - ;
called to the chair Mr U G .Mont.! they re'ahd to our president. u.ai luucuiii v, n en in iraa i
. ... ' ... . . . t A t, Mac will want to know where thev can set in return for :h u
of the Stateeulle Landmark, Will ;tMof the immense enthusiasm in and We want tosay riffllt here that LOWE AND DICK will
X Coley, of the bavie Time, and-w irk, :;nd in -bitter parage de- j supply n H ()f your ants for less money th.m any other
II B Varner, of the Ler.ingion Ditf. j nouueeu crt im New York journals j house We have all you want, and every train is noW hi lr,:.
patch, to act 'as stcretarb-s. , ( hi calling th i.otiticatiou meeting ajing in for us new stuit that - will he dealt out at such .;'X';s
Oi td'ilv- th ehilir 'dr. Mot t I)llur(. 1 lue ul.uai Ol iir. j 1 "at u uiujvc iiiTjr; uiu 1 uuc i'..t .iuv'5 5u,;
romry tcade a v;tli-tiu.ed, j-irded ! Kluttz'a b -autiful oratory, he fc llj
and fiitit b-pc-cch when the coiiimit- 'with bad into th-.U well worn
1 ' ' . .
Tvhy ;r i-.ounce mvself a can-forth-
(nice of Sheriff of
rs cotnity, subject to the
j h noenuio nominating convention.
: 'iectf nllv,
THO?.iAS J. WHITE.
tee on permanent organis ition and . but poisonoao thrust, that interna-ccinmitu-e
on )e:soHitions were made J tional bimetatiats would h ive the
We want to show you what we are doing:: 4-4 ehepf'in
4c. Ginghams o 12c, Dress Calico h;, iMen's Shirts lTn-. i -r-
roi; COTTON WEIGHER.
1 herebv announce myself a can
didtitf for !. tM lie-1 of owtron weigher
lor :id:ar:ti3 eouery, sulject to the
.'.tciiiou of th-1 pviuocratic nomi-
J A. APCJHIPALl).
Mr, Klut:-, was made presidential i suspender you ever saw. Boys' suspenders He. No bet re
jector rov.i the district by an euoiiue o1' Lilies' Diess Goods in the city all the way fr .m ."h
(there hem r-o contesting delega-J United Stat- ask other nations hovv!(Jst towel on the lobe for 5 and 10c, Bleached Dom-srie 4.0.
tions, no committee on orettentials 1 10 iisf- in financial matters. i Ladies' Black Hose 4c, Ladies mixed hose 4c
- , 1 t 1 e
convention men took a leuess 1 ur eiector
one hour, after ivhich committee re- I thueiastic vote.
ported Mr. L S Overman for perma j Thtt fotVn!r were appointed the
neut chairman and the temporary Executive Co.umittee of the dis
secretaries to be perm-nn. j trie : i'iM nsot Caharrn.?, J
Mr. Overman m id,- one 01 his j jj EiiioU 0 .i.tawba, E E Kaper
chtrac'triatically vehemeur. speeches, of DaVi(0):, v"il! X Coley of !avie,
drawing the lines sharply between HP Grivrof Iredell, 11 S Kinehardt
r j: !i or deeds
to $1 the yard. See what you can buv for
f Ls JLj XtJ14 JL 1 box Mourning i:?:s ' adies'
Handkerchief, 2 balls sewing thread, box black i pit, H slate
pencils, 3 lead pencils, 2 papers pins.
Two big bars Laundry Soap for fir, The he-: "c l:"ig
tobacco in town One box 8 cakes buttermilk S',,r L,4' f
the two gr ind parties with stirring 0f y.-ioo- J U Blair of Moufi-.'.ra- liuatches for lOo, 1 box 24 sheets paper nnd 24 envelopes tor
appeals for lidelity to D-mocracy. eryj u (j'iement of Rowan, S II c, Ladies' fine shoes for 05c, Men's line s'aos IKc. Big hnr
The coaimittce" on platform and Hear ne of Stnlv R 0 Purvear of .is in Men's heavy work shoes, Overalls 85c and uino 1,
reoiutioe.s however much the differ- Yadkm " ' " ' j Sample Hats bought at f)0c on the dollar, and we are selliii-x
ences of renresentatiyea, buried their
i nvrt-y artnunco nivia can-1 d;ff.,rc.IiC,a in the interests of liar
:i,i;;tr ior ii (tb.ee ct Kter (hi , 4 , n ,
j ;:tjd ior i.;-,barrvs coi-nty, Fi;)--j?ct
the i;r:t-;-cr?'.i.ic nominating cou-
lb :-.- c;fu!lv.
i1. U U lit.
uiony, and reported .through their
cbaivman, S E William?, he follow
ing l't'H: du lion, viz:
u-r: .; veo, thtit the Democracy of
th;: e.7'!iih Congr;ES'.oaal d?
ntiou o.?2'?mb!ed, r?
r to t:':..
of eo? tv: eif,rer, f: ti i
The convention was haimonious
and enthusia dic and the Democrats
enter the contest with a steadiness
and a confidence that should bring
out the full vo'.e for victory in
tion ;:nd t: e conven
!':', or. rrfdvc ;
them the same way. Sailor hats H)c large whi- s
05c, 100 dozen shirts of e ery style at bargain pri
pieces outing 5c yard, closing out flie balance of. on
low shoes at 40 and . 50c. The Greatest store y ..
for bargains. Kvery train bringing in new s- ajf tliat
at such a piice as to knock out competitors.
Get in the proc:-ssioa and follov th- crovd 1 ;
soon land at our station, and you -will always iind
I:-; 'td: tvait upon you
1-J I O 1
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!v- town, he I f hi, vvr-ci
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l-:ickin,T b'T-i o-
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K ! v.-irhi.mt. tnVir b.fdnir ruined.
a .ti:rch'ai tkir:s
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L-ree ol eionn
roent try u.:- g.-folicov-nif
r--pec;-t;!2" 'r " -': ''''.r iavorable con
Hideraticn ip a candidate for cotton
weigher, subject to die action of the
Democratic county convention.
1 1 E Z KTI I A 1 1 M C X A M A R A .
5 cents each
-oruiMie in on:e ot nu re
fieri' ir(i. Ad in ?dl he provtd a
;!i;-:'it ch;impiou of -itanlj a)a.
Cd. P.ad I Means eeccndtd Mr.
! IV nil or ton's nomination. A total
j atiitudo of my vote of 272 cast (Davie county
county, I irjo;-: f roa i ome nnlaiown ean -e v:s nn-
reprvteiittd), nec.esary to a ohoice
First ballot stood Perr.be: ton SG,
Turner G2i, Kinttz 82, Pinnix 99.
The name of Klut'z was with
drawn by his demand. Second
ballot--Pember ton 8G, Turner 91,
Pinnix 95. Mr. Pinnix disavowed
any aspiration and asked that his
n;:me be not used. Third ballot
Pdinberton 157J, Turner G71, Pin-
i i:re;-it piv to havo the ladies so-Ar
-i.ee and tome p--
chou'd be nvule at '-mce to piv
them reh'; ".
V t II
PPOSiTE ST. CLOUD HOTEL
FETZEFVS DRUG STORK
j "Ao aro determined not to Pre;',- cur timo -nd p
i -out th!1! tb We will pitch in and ihhIjh 'uuch live
: ,"! . : - t ' i : 4 -ieenininflr month t 'nv--id'Tirest Ji.lv wj h;
The' work is very much needed o, j ,sr, i.iihiA net lot of "Hummers"' eixl wo are oinf: tb
all the etrees except North M?ar.. ' 'A. nr-e .".nf:r. io do away with iitickers- Vo will iu :-.Uf
r,- , T - them- llirogroes:
llIE bT.KDAKD is m tympa ny About GO prH of Ladies lino shocrvof Zeigler and A
i with the ladies, but cau't pull small &iz?.s, 2, 3, and 4 tnat wo will eil at gl a pa;r.
Ofl" Jo Xewoll Jisi;;Ii Soliool.
High School, which opened its that
session Japt week under the manage
mentof Prof. P E Wright, for
Pembrton was declared nomi
nated and being called for, expressed
his thanks, bis buoyant hope, his
steady purpose to work for par-y
success, and his promise of fidelity
to duty if elected.
Mr. Turner being loudly called
for, came forward and in his re
marks displayed wisdom, ability and
loyalty to the party and to its nom
inee. He declared that his nomi
nation was made without his desire
or furtherance and that he had only
consented as a duty to make the
canvass if it wete a party demand.
Mr. P-innix, in answer to call,
said h?, had not been a candidate and
! thf.in but cost Si2 and over. They must zo.
j NO. 2, About ono hundred pair of Ladies Fin Oxford Tie. -:: a,
! patent leathers, pouio tans, some fcne dongola pat tips, all to jjo at 7 So.
! . !:v nnof. frmti SI t n $1 TO. Thfv must tin.
As thp summer months come nnd NO. 3. -About 50 pairs Ladies hue Oxfords, all Zeiiern, tan, :;:y
, , , , , t n i and black ooze and hno Hid, sizes 1 to All to so at ;i, ;dade to .'::! a,
go, so do the school bnys. Ncweil I They must o.
NO. 4 About 75 prs ot .Laaies (Jxioras and 1-strap, miais .e.:..
Poy State and Padn Pros-, all to go m at S12c". Cad for them 'Aey
w on 't l)e here Ions. They must go.
NO. 5 A few prs ot Misses Oxfords, fizes 12 to 1, to ?o at 50c.
n-,rr nf V M,V t7l t If. vhr, -i ;in ( Y-! JN U. U.-JJUU MXX I xV XUl CI J 811, VXUU-l aiJ 1 DHiliv Mill IV1U WAiV.'
UiU,J Vi " , A i at SI. They are 81.50 shoes, and are Ires fetock-jut bought them.
perienced readier, is urawing a
number of young boys from Cabar
ru?. Master Alvin Watson, of this
city, Mr. Daniel Faggart of Poplar
Tent, and Mr. Thorton White of
No. 11 township, have entered the
Homo From Oroson.
Among the many visitors to cur
pleasant little city is Mr. P Alex.
Correll, Jr.. who is on a visit to his
parents and friends in this city and
county. He arrived Tuesday from
Berry, Oregon, where he is engaged
in farming and the saw mill and
lumber business. Mr. Correll is
highly pleased with the prospects on
his section of the continent. He
was eurprised to find that Concord
had grown to such enormity.
Womens Solid Leather Shoes at G5c. Womer s solid Leather IVVblo
Grain and Glove Grain Lace Rod Button Shoes at 75c. These crp $1
shos, all fresh and nice. Ladies fine Donoln kid button shoes, made at
Alexandria, Va. Solid as any shoe in the u ailut, recruiar SI 50 shoe?t to
cr0 at SI. Mens Fine Satin Oil Shoes, lace iwd gaitr-rP at Sb J hf t :r
regular 1,25 shoes. Mens heavy English Ties, every-day shoes, 1.00 houd
aslppt'rcan make them Pig job m straw hats at 10c, some of tnom
ure 50c hats. V.V buv Trunks in car londs r.nd retail them at who.rvalo
prices. One hundred Mens line Serge Coats at just half price. Ae havo
everything in the line of clothing and furnishing m goods- Every thin - up
to date and at priceathat can't bf beat anywhere m the State. Call :uu
see samples.of tho free Crayon Pictures we are having made for our cus
tomers JOB T went votive suits of fire All-WoollCassimere in" Cutaway Fr-ck
Suits, sizes 34 to 36 lor 4 CO a euit. Thty aie 10.00, 12.50 and 15.00 -tuts.
Call on us and see these and ether attraction!.