C0NC01ID, N. c, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27,
Whole NO. 1,4&
.,,..,.Trv DP DEEDS.
,.,.K M- 1
1 , .i.fnl for m?t favors, I hereby
j i. ' nv.;i a candidate for
'cDOl;v'p(lf'KVpjster of Deeds for
tt "fvnntv. subject to the ac
f 31 r5 7 t." j : m 0 c ra t i c nominating
f 11 v H N K- PATTERSON.
j nv;,' br.r. solicited by many of
,- , I h.ivbv announce mv
rJ ?;c: : : ;t e for tiie office of
liL c.-.i'inii county, subject
L. -;:try Democratic nominate
W. MA II I' i X W I DEN ROUSE.
I j itftnv :iTM!onnce myself a can
e for t:uj ctlice of Sheriff of
yrr county, subject to the
fi-Loer:.ic nominating conyention.
THOMAS J. WHITE.
; 1 cerebv announce myself a can
t'ia'e for the oilice of cotton weigher
'fir Cabarrus county, subject to the
'decision of the Democratic nomi
" F. A. ARCHIBALD.
? nK KR.I8TER OF DEEDS.
; I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the cflice cf Register of
jpeeds for Cabarrus county, subject
,jio the Democratic nominating con
i.Xa. 11 towDFhip.
FOR COTTON WEIGHER.
I Haying been solicited by numer
ous voters of Cabarrus cconty, I
hereby announce myself a candidate
; for the office of cotton weigher, eub
hct to the action of the county
j Democratic nominating convention.
GEORGE F. BARNHARDT.
No. 0 Township.
Survivors of Company A. .12ml IU
liiiont. Wore Tost'Uier for Hie First
Time in III Years A Way of Ureal
1'leaNiire Key. .noose Addressed
Them A Permanent Organization
Tvventj'-M v Present A n i:ieaut
ner, tcuohing upon their bravery,
tbeir sacrifices, their trials and
hardships, and expressing his de
light at being one of the honored
guests of the reunion.
Capt. Alexander, Messrs. J N
, Brown, Alfred II Smith and Daniel
During the mo ith of March, 1802 i Ier Hde promota speeches.
Company A, 52nd Regiment of N, C. At th Juncture, a motion was
State Troops was organized in the I l the organization a
town of Concord, Capt. J M Alex- i P9rmanent d that the com
ander and Mr. J S Fisher beinr the ! WUld hld a re"nin eaCh ad
promoteis. An enlistment of about 67617 Jear 60 lonS a3 five of the
men was marched off to war with cmPan? auryiyed. This was
Mr.Ueonie A Propit as captain- aP edf makm Concord the place
iior holding same. I be reunions
Propit as captain-
Mauv of that number never returned !
to the dear ones at home, while a
good portion landed safe in the
humble honicj in the dear old South
land from wbxre the true, the brave
and the courageous went. Through
the battles and hardships of the
bloodiest war known to the world,
this little band of soldiers strug
gled, and today the suryivurs, nurn
bered twenty-six present, assembled
at the elegant home of tbeir comrade,
Mr. M C Walter, on West Depot
street, where the day was pleasantly
spent in happy reunion, for the first
time. It was a jolly occasion, and
the old soldiers were at their best in
telling intensely interesting reminis
cences of the days and struggles that
tried men's souls.
The company formed at the court
house at 11 o'clock and at the com.
inand of Capt. J M Alexander
mftrched to headquarters at Walter's
Hall, where the roll was cilled.
The following survivors answered to
their Dames and gave their ages and
places of residence:
M Alaxander 67
I , FOR COTTON WEIGHEli.
1 hereby announce myself a candi-
date for cotton weigher for Cabar
rue county, subject to the Demo
i cr&tic convention.
: HARVEY A. GRABBER.
: FOR COTTON WEIGHER.
J Feeling some degree of encourage
i meat by the genial attitude of my
How-men in the county, I most
respectfully aek your favorable con
. federation as a candidate for cotton
I weigher, subject to the action of the
j Democratic county convention. '
i HEZEKI AH MCNAMARA.
A NICE LINE
Martin Starnes 58
Robt. Johnston 5G
Will C VanPelt G6
Daniel Stiller 71
A H Smith 66
Joseph Blame 53
Geo. W Rice 50
J P Suther 68
Geo. Mieenheimer 51
C F Walter 58
M C Walter 51
Benton Barnhardt 54
I CppSiTE ST. CLOUD HOTEL
J- F. lHiUR LE Y,
' :UMZE AGENT,
r"''Ui-S DRUG STORE.
W H Blame 54
Rufns Suther 54
A J Blackwelder 65
J H Kizziah 56
Richard Suther 53
G A Propst 76
H W Isenhour
'Lum Blackwelder 52
james N Brown
Daniel Lipe 52
R C Blackwelder 66
Benton Ludwig 52
Immediately after roll call, a per
manent organization was effected,
f!nf .1 M Alexander being made
president and Mr. M C Walter sec
Rey. J R Moose was present and
before the business of the company
made a beautiful
prayer, in which he asked the Sas
viour's blessings to rest npon them
and to succor them when they had
passed from this field of battle.
Mr, Walter having invited his old
comrades to meet with him, took
it upon himself to address the re
union, bidding each and all a hearty
welcome, expressing his delight at
having so many of the "boyb" with
him upon this occasion.
In response to Mr. Walter's words
of welcome, Rev. J K Moose ad
dressed the soldiers in a happy man-
will be held on the 3rd Thursday in
August of each year.
Mr.' Walter kindly tendered to the
company the use of his hall and
home. for these grand occasions.
Mr. Benton Barnhardt then of
fered the following resolutions,
which were adopted :
First, We, the members ot Com -pany
A, 52nd Regiment, North
Carolina Slate Troops, return our
sincere thanks to our comrade and
soldier, M C Walter, for his kind
ness and hospitality in our behalf,
aud for the.first time since the great
struggle is. over, being called te
gether again as friends and soldiers
we should eyer be greatful for the
special privilege ol meeting once
more as true and brave soldiers
ahould'do and perpetuate the memo
ries as long as w live.
Second, We extend to Mrs. Walter
our high esteem and sincere. thanks
for her generosity and kindness, and
respect for the Confederate soldiers.
We shalTever respect her, and neyer
depart from holding in high esteem
the Southern ladies.
The following committee was
elected to look after the affairs and
business of the company and see
mat noiniDg was lacking 10 lneure
a good time": Ransom C Blackwel
der, W H Blume, C Walter, Ben
ton Ludwig and Alfred H Smith.
The secretary was then asked to
read the original enlistment of the
company, which showed that many
had lon& since passed away, : "
Adjournment was next in order
when the company in a body re
tired to Mr. Walter's home, where
the biggest and main feature of the
day's entertainment was awaiting
them. From 1 to 3:30 o'clock din
ner was served, and an elegant and
elaborate affair it was, and was im
mensely enjoyed by all.
Dr. W H Lilly, regimental sur
geon, was present and participated
most heartily in the pleasures of
When dinner was concluded Mr.
Benton Barnhardt addressed the
conpany in a spicy and purely
The Standard reporter was pres
ent, but it being eo soon after din
ner hA waft tdo full for titterance. ? 4
The dav was one that will long
hfk rp'rWftmherec1. althoUeh ' the
participants are aged and destined
to pass away ere long.
For Infants and Children.
The time is now near approaching when the trading pub
lic will want to know where they can get in return for then
cash the greatest amount of goods adapted to their wants,
and we want to say right here that LOWE AND DICK wiH
supply all of your vants for less money than any other
house, We have all you want, and every train is now bring
ing in for us new stuff that will be dealt out at such prices
that it will make these old time long-price houses shudder
We want to show you what we are doing: 4-4 sheeting
4c, Ginghams 3 lv2c, Dress Calico 3c, Men's Shirts lfc, lar
gest towel on the globe lor 5 and 10c, Bleached Domestic 4c
Ladies' Black Hose 4c, Ladies mixed hose 4c. The best 10c
suspender you ever saw. Boys' suspenders 5c. No better
line of Ladies' Diess Goods in the city all the way from 5c;
to 1 the yard. See what you can buy for
OTVTT71 OTTl"IVTri1 40 Lair Pins 2 Papers needles,
Vy AM J KJJlUXM JL . l box Mourning Fins, Ladies'
Handkerchief, 2 balls sewing thread, box blacking, 10 slate
1 O 1 - 1 r .
X)ui:iis, o leau pencils, v papers pins.
1 wo big bars Laundry Soap for 5c, The best 5c plug
tobacco in town One box 3 cakes buttermilk soap 8c, 2A)ii
matches for 10c, 1 box 24 sheets paper and 24 envelopes for
5c, Ladies' fine shoes for 65c, Men's fine shoes 90c. Big bar
gains in Men's heavy work shoes, Overalls 35c and up to iv
bampie Mats bought at 50c on the dollar, and we are selling
them the same way. Sailor hats 10c, large white quilts for
65c, 100 dozen shirts of eery style at bargain prices, KX
pieces outing 5c yard, closing out the balance of our ladies
jlow shoes at 40 and 50c. The Greatest store ou the Globe
for bargains. Every train bringing in new stuff that will gc
at such a price as to knock out competitors.
Get in the procession and follow the crowd and you wil
soon land at our station, and you will always find willing
hands to wait upon you.
LOWE & DICK.
CHEAPEST ON THE GLOBE.
Help Wauled Female.
$10 to 818 per week to Men and
Women lor easy home work. No
books or canvaesincr. No experi
ence. Bona fide offer. No catch.
Send stamp for work and particu
lars. E. Herrman, 213 South Sixth
Street, Philadelphia, Pa. o31
We want to Beat . .
. . the "Record for J ul j
We are determined not to spend our time and nergy grum&Jirtg;
about dull times. We will pitch in and make times lively. Now, im civ
der to make this incoming month the biggest July we have ever had tr
are putting out a lot of "Hummers" and we are going to make them hnm.
We are going to do away with Stickers. We will make Movers out a
them. Here goes: l
About 60 prs of Ladies fine shoes of Zeigler's and Heed's make all
small sizes, 2, 3, 3 and 4 that we will sell at $1 a pair. Not a pair assume.
them but cost $2 and over. They must go. 1
NO. 2. About one hundred pair of Ladies Fine Oxford Ties, some
patent leathers, some tans, some fine dongola pat tips, all to go at 73c.
They cost from SI to $1.60. They must go. m
NO. 3. -About 50 pairs Ladies fine Oxfords, all Zeiglers, tan,
and black ooze and fine kid, sizes 1 to 4. All to go at 31. Made to sell, at
$2 and $2.50- They must go.
NO. 4 About 75 prs of Ladies Oxfords and 1-strap Sandals ZeigkrsL ;
Bay State and Padan Bros.i all to go in at $1.25. Call for them tJbay
wont be here long. They must go.
NO. 5--A few prs of Misses Oxfords, sizes 12 to 1, to go at 50c
NO. 6. FOR MEN: A lot of Tan, Goat and Black Vici Kid Oxfcrds ..
at $1. They are $1.50 shoes, and are tresu Btock just bought them. -
Snlid Lfiftthpr Shoes at 65c WomeES Bolid Leathter Peblw
Grain and Glove Grain Lace and Button Shoes at 75c. These ara
shoes, all fresh and nice. Ladies fine Dongola kid button shoes, madea4
Alexandria, Va. Solid as any shoe in the narket, regular 1.50 &hoe to
go at $1. Mens Fine Satin Oil Shoes, lace and gaiters at 81. They a
regular 1.25 shoes. Mens heavy English Ties, everyday shoes, 1.00 mild
as leather can make them. Big job in straw hats at 10c, some of torn
are 50c hats. We buy Trunks in car loads and retail them at wholesale,
prices. One hundred Mens fine Serge Coats at just half price. We fcweu
every thing in the line of clothing and furnishing m goods- Everything im.
to date and at pricesthat can't be beat any wbeie in the State. Call sud.
see samples'of the free Crayon Pictures ive are having made for our cn&
JOB Twentvfive suits of fine All-WoolCaesimere iniCutaway Fcak
Suits, sizes 34 to 36 l or 4 00 a suit. They are 10.00, 12.50 and 15.00 suite..
Call on us and see these and other attractions.
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