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Vol. XIII.-No. 111.
CON170HW, N. C, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1896.
1 OK KKfMSTER OF DEEDS.
Thankful for past favors, I hereby
anU(.'ur,ce myst-li" & candidate for
the ( -iViee of Register of Deeds for
Cilarru-ccn-ity, subject to the ac
tion rr.e Rjm(,cratic nominating
mv fiu-ril. J
ii solicited by many of
ht re by announce my-s
-.:i.tiiJare for the office of
r; C;'i):rrii3 county, subject
(.mi;: !i ry democratic nominat
licspc Off till.v,
ani'Otince inyFelf a can-
iVr ilir cilice of Sheriff of
s coiuiry, subject to the
raiir nominating convention.
THOMAS J. WHITE.
: civrrox weigher.
announce myself a can
the i Hice of cotton weigher
u county, subject to the
f the Democratic nomi
oiivent'on. F. A. ARCHIBALD.
V )ll i:iY.ITER OF DEEDS.
I herr-by announce myself a can
didate lor the r llice of Register of
Deeds for Cabarrus county, subject
to the Democratic nominating con
W. REECE JOHNSON.
No. 11 townehio.
FOR COTTON WEIGHER.
Haying been solicited by numer
ous voters cf Cabarrus county, I
hereby announce myself a candidate
fcr the cilice of cotton weigher, sub
ject to the jiction of the county
Democratic nominating convention.
GEORGE F. I3ARNHARDT.
Xo. 0 Township.
FOR COTTON WEIGHER.
1 hereby announce mysek a candi
date for cotton weigher for Cabar
rus county, subject to the Demo
HARVEY A. GREBER
rur fi::ree degree ofencourage-
lh"- ;:?ryai attitude of my
: in the county, I mogt
i'y ask your favorable con
- a candidate for cotton
-ui j-ct to the action of the
o onnntv convention.
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WHonE NO. 1,490
One to Durham, One to STew York.
Cabarrus furnishes two )0ucg
ladies whose desire ia to become hos
pital nurses, and the same have gone
forth to different places to go in
THE WOMEN MEET.
Annual Convention of the Woman's
Home aud Foreign Missionary So
ciety of the Korili Carolina .ynol
of the Evangelical Lutheran church
J-ne convention met ntf St. j training for the business.
Enoch's church, Enochville, N: C, j Misa Annie Ferguson has gone to
Wednesday, August 2Gth at 10 a. m. Durham and will remain for two
A large proportion of delegates were : years in the hospital in that city,
present and also quite a sprinkling! Miss Mary Winecoff, of No. 4
of ministers. Misd Emma Lipe, of j township, left this morning for Long
St. Enoch's congregation, delivered j Island, New York, where she will
tbe address of welcome in a very!enfer upon servica at the Astoria
polite and hearty manner. Mis3 ' Hospital.
Sallie Fisher, of Alt. Pleasant, gave' "
the response, urging increased devo e Cnmiml l,eeien44
tionto the great cause that had! Toda.y Ps are held over
brought them together. The reJ the cou while the different wards
norts of the President and CorrM. !ln t0Wn WlU mect at their resPecti
ponding Secretary showed another j V- placeS i0nl
year of encouraging success. The
Treasurer's -report showed that
SG0.30 had been raised by the so
e'ety during the year.
Rev H N Miller, Ph. D , deliy
ered a yery thoughtful aad stirring
address on "Tbe Church's Forget-!
fulness of Her Saviour's Last Com
mand." AFTERNOON SESSION.
The afternoon session was tuken
up with the appointment of com
mittees, consideration oi routine
matters, and an address by Key V"
Y Boozer, of Burlington, N. 0.
The address was an excellent one.
The convention decided to give
$700 of its funds to the Board of
the United Synod, and the remain
der to the Executive committee of
the North Carolina Synod. This
was made by a unanimous vote.
Miss Clara Oehler, of Mt. Pleas
ant, recited in a very effectiye man
ner a selection entiMed "So Much
to Do at Home," Prof. E B
Setzler, of North Carolina College,
delivered a scholarly address on
"Foreign Missions Why ?" Miss
Essie Fisher read an unusually hue
paper, appealing for increased de
yotion to the Master's work. Rey.
L K Propst, Secretary of the Bo.ird
of the United Synod, &aye a yery
interesting account of the work
done by the Board during the last
The election of officers resulted
as follows ; Mrs. J Q Wertz, Presi
dent; Miss Essie Fisher, Vice
Presideht ; Mrs. A W Wineccff, of
Salisbury, Secretary ; Mrs. P N
Heilig, Treasurer; Mrs. H N Mil
ler, Corresponding Secretary. '
Salisbury was selected as the
next place of meeting. The sessions
of the contention were yery. inter
A ISew Afternoon Paper.
Charlotte is to haye another after
noon daily, Mr. H E C Bryant and
Mr, Minor Elliott will be tne pro
prietors and editors. Mr. Elliott
will do the reportorial work and Mr.
Bryant will haye chircre 0f the edi
torial. Just when the first issue
will appear has not been announced,
but it may be looked for almost any
The Observer wishes these young
men success in tneir new endeavor.
They are just thb two to deserye and
haye it. Cbarlotre Observer.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
j.ue campaign win soon line up,
and it will be in order to consider
the work of our fusion legislature.
Heretofore little has been said as to
the merits or the demerits of that
combination. It will be left to the
people to say whether they are so
well pitat-ed with the work of that
legislature as to want a second dose
The men whose numes are to be
considered in connection with the
several effices are a good lot to be se
lected from and we feel confident
that a good strong ticket will be
nominated hnd the Standard
pledges itself in advance to be of
such services as it can render to
those who are nominated independ
ent of our expressed choice at the
We believe much is at stake in
this campaign, and the vigor of'ea:
nestuess should characterize our ef-
forts to place the State in the hands
that ran its affairs so long and so
smoothly that theie was scarcely a
j ir and certainly no ju3t demand for
We thought it a settled conclusion
that when the Dlyme formed the
different races, he fixed upon the
Caucasian the talent and the duty
to rule and push civilization and
enlightenments to the highest meas
ure of p:ogres3. This is as certainly
an unwritten law as anything that
marks the evolution of man from
his lower to his present higher
stages. We have no disposition to
deprive the negro race of a single
right as a citizen, but we record our
protest against the scheme that by
force of numbers, not of intellect or
virtues, will place so large and so
valuable a part of our State under
the rule of the raca that is sure to
check progress and endanger the
well-being of themselves and the
w bite r3ce,wih their crude ideas of
government. We trust that- after
the next general assembly we shall
hear no more of electing nes:ro mag"
istrates and negro county commis
sioners by which to humiliate our
own race and return to the scenes of
Bnc&len's Armcn aive. .
The Best Saive in U-.e world for
Cut3, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetterd Chappe
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
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Plies or no pay requi-ed. It is
guaranteed to . give statisfaction or
monev refunded. Price 2o cents per
For sale at P B Fetzer's Drug
Iieli Wanted JFemale.
610 to 818 per week to Men and
Women for easy home work. No
books or canvassing. No experi
ence. Bona fide offer. No catch.
Send stamp for work and particu
lars. E. Herrman, 213 South Sixth
ON THE GLOBE.
The time is now near approaching when the trading pub
he will want to know where they can get in return for hen
cash the greaiest amount of goods adapted to their wants
WnnV Say risht bere tbat L0VV1S AJI DICK will
Klyaw y(mr1an,s for less money than any, other
house We have all yon want, and every train is now bring
twft 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 sbeetino
4c, Ginghams 3 l-2c, Dress Calico 3c, Men's Shirts lc hir
Rest towel on the globe lor 5 and 10c, Bleached Domestic 4c,
ladies Black Hose 4c, Ladies mixed hose 4c. The bear lOc
suspender yon ever saw. Boys' suspenders 5c. j0 better
line of Ladies' Diess Goods in the city-all the way from 5c
to fcl the yard. See what you can buy for
OWE n"RTTT 40 Lair ins 2 V needles.
J-J VJljl . 1 bos Mourning Pins, ladies'
Handkerchief, 2 balls sewing thread, box blacking, 10 slate
pencils, 3 lead pencils, 2 papers pins.
Two big bars Laundry Soap for 5c, The best 5c plu
tobacco in town One box 3 cakes buttermilk soap 8c, 2 40o
matches for 10c, 1 box 24 sheets paper and 24 envelopes' for
5c, Ladies' fine shoes for 65c, Men's fine shoes 90c. Bi bar
gains in Men's heavy work shoes, Overalls 35c and up to $1
bample Hats bought at 50c on the dollar, and we are selling
them the same way. Sailor hats ldc, large white quilts for
65c, 100 dozen shirts of e ery style at bargain prices, 100
pieces outing 5c yard, closing out the balance oi our Indies'
low shoes at 40 and 50c. The Greatest store on the Glob
for bargains. Every train bringing in new stair, that v,ill go
at such a price as to knock out competitors.
Get in th procession and follow the crowd and you will
soon land at our station; and you will always find willing
hands to wait upon you.
LOWE & DICK
CHEAPEST ON THE GLOBE.
We Want to Beat . .
. . the Record for July.
are determined not to spend our time and energy srumbliEff
about dulJ times. We will pitch in and make times live! v."' Now, in ois
der to make this incoming month the biggebt July we hav bver had, i;e
are putting out a lot of "Hummers" and we are going to i;jke them hum
We are going to do away with Stickers. We will make Movtrs out Of
them. Here goes:
About GO pre of Ladies fine shoes of Zeigler's and Roed's m kes, all
small sizes, 2j, 3, 3J and 4 that we will fell at $1 a pair. Not a pair anion"
them but cost 82 and over. They must go.
NO. 2. About one hundred pair of Ladies Fine Oxford Tiee, some
patent leathers, some tans, some tine dongola pat tips, ail to ao at 75c
They cost from $1 to 1.50. They must go.
NO. 3. -About 50 pairs Ladies tine Oxfordp, all Zeiglers, tan, crer
and black ooze and fin Uid, uizes 1 to 4 J. All to go at .Jl, Made to sell ht
2 and $2-50. They must go.
NO. 4 About 75 prs of Ladies Oxfords and 1-strap Sandals Zeiglers.
Bay State and Padan Bros-, all to go in at S1.2o. Call for them they
won't be here long. They must go.
NO. 5 A few prs of Misses Oxfords, sizes 12 to 1, to go at 50c.
i m n 6 F0R MEN: AlotofTi:n, Goat ami B'ack Vici Kid Oxford
at fcl. They are tfl.GQ shoes, and are Iresu stock-just bought them.
AVomens Solid Leather Shoes at 65c. Womecs solid Leather Pebble
Grain and Glove Grain Lace nd Button Shoes at 75c. These are $1
shoes, alHrefh aud nice. Ladies fine Dongola kid button shoes, made at
Alexandria, Va. Solid as any shoe in the n.arket, regular $1.50 fchoos, to
go at SI. Mens Fine Satin Oil Sboes, lace and gaiters at 81. They are
regular 1,25 shoes. Mens heavy English Ties, everyday shoes, 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 tbm at whoh sale
prices. One hundred Mens fine Serge Coats at just half 'price. . We have
everything in the line of clothing and furnishing goods Everything up
to date and at pricesthat rnn4t bp b at anywheie in the State, Call ana
see ssmplesof the free Crayon Pictures we are having made for our cus
JOB Twentyfive suits of fine All-WoolCassimere inCutaway Frock
Suits, -sizes 34 to 36 .or 4 00 a suir. They are 10.00, 12.50 and 15.00 suits.
Call on us and see these and other attractions.
CANNONS & FE
Street, Philadelphia, Pa. o31