CONC01tl, N. C, SATURDAY.. SEPTEMBER 5 1896.
Whole NO. I.4tl
XIII. No. 117,
1 1 f'j 3 V"
-V. VKKYTHING IN
That we have in stock
will be closed out
Saturday for the
small price of 5 .
cts per yard.
The former price
was 10, 12i and 15 cts
LL MUST GO
nif nations MiKlv Is.v O.barriiN llfm
ocraf 1 liat Are to he i:ietel Ko
voiiiIir Kcxt-A Lar'p At U i.lnm
Jloars lloitt 1 hoo. F. lifuJtz.
The Democratic Convsritioii of
Cabarrus couLty met in the court
houfee as per 11 of the Executive
Committee at 12 o'clock.
The convention Wti3 called to
order by Dr. H 8 Yoan, chairman
of the executive committee.
J L liartscdl and J L) Barrier
were asked to act ds secretaries.
The temporary organization was
Chairman Young announced the
object of the meeting.
Mr. W G Meana was accorded the
floor aud in a neat speech declined
the nomination to the State Senate.
Owing to Mr. Means' declination,
no nomination was made on the
first and a second ballot was
in order, whereupon Mr. 0 I) Bir
ringer, of No. S township, received
the nrmin.-itimi for ?hr SVnj-,f
Mr. M F Nesbit was nominated
on first ballot for the House repre
sentative. His vote was made unan
imous. The nomination for sheriff fell to
the lot cf Mr. Thos. J White, on
the third ballot.
Mr. John K Patterson, for Kegis
ter of Deeds, was nominated on first
A dark hore waa run in for the
effice of cot'.on weigher and after
considerable discussion the name of
W H Bost v. as nominated cn the
Caleb W Swmk, the clever and
courteous merchant of this city, re
ceived the nomination for treasurer
cn second ballot. The yote was
John H Long was renominated
for county surveyor on first ballot
Lst but not least, the nomina
tion for coroner took place. The
name of John C Wadsworth was
put before the convention and was
received with a great demonstra
tion of cheers and enthusiasm. The
nomination of Mr. Wadsworth wad
For County CommiGsioners, L J
Foil and J S Harris were nominated
on first ballot, and M L Brown was
nominated on second ballot.
The representatives from No. 12
township named the following for
magistrates, viz: A B Young, Jno,
A Cline, W L Bobbins, R F Coble,
Joseph Young, II M Goodman, Phil
ip Correll, J M Mabrey, II McNa
mara. In the effort to have the vote
faultlessly correct, much time was
necessarily consumed, but the con
vention was harmonious and good
humored and the entire ticket may
expect the unanimous enthusiasm of
the Democrats of Cabarrus.
Hon. Theo. F Kluttz, in hie us
ual splendid addres3 enthused the
audience with a speech much too
! short for the audience, he only, being
! afraid of wearying his attentive
hearers. He is the right man at
the right place as elector for this,
the 7th district, He is a Democrat
to the bone and a strong believer in
the theory of tree silver. He be
lieves unreservedly that Bryan and
Sewali will be elected, and believes
all Democrats will be willing to ac
quiesce in the results of the experi
ment and acknowledge their error
if results are against their present
He urged fidelity and the imme
diate co operation of all for the elec
tion of our whole ticket. He does
not think the grand old Democracy
dependent upon any one campaign,
but that it was of great importance
that th-e whole ticket be carried.
He stated emphatically- that the
tariff and the centralization issues
were too great to admit of one's
voting for McKinley though he
does not subscribe to the theory of
free coinage. He thought no one
could read the tirade in the Iter;ub
lican national platform against
Democracy and the Cleveland ad
ministration, considerately, without
bsing too much averse to thy party
to vote for or encourage the election
He said the country needed rett
from t:rr?iT tinkering and that the
Wilson tariff should be let alone
and that the unfortunate bond af
fair would not have been necessary
if the Supreme Court had not de
cided against the income tax.
His hope was that a new phaee
of the Supreme Court would yet
sustain the income tax when reve
nues would be sufficient.
WAYNE HOARDE IN JAIL.
Clnight at Davidson Collese Friday
Tried to ElSect a Compromise But
Failed-Will Await Court.
'Martin Blmiic is Dead.
Martin Blume, son of Mr. V U
Blumeof this ciiy, who was tak&v
sick with tvnhoid fever at the horn
! of his granfatber. Mr. Martin Lntf-
It will be remembered that on One! wgi about two weeks ago, died tb)rM
Sundav nijrhfc ahnnt thp ia- nf afternoon , at 1:30 o'clock, ASy..
July that a sensations, hoosebre.k.! Vc'hiT
From a letter written by Rev. J.
Guuderman. of Diamondale, Mich.,
we are permitted to make this ex
tract: I have no hesitation in re
commending Dr. Kind's New Dis
covery, as the results were almost
marvelous in the casa of my wife.
While I was paetor of the Baptist
church at ftiv.es Junction she was
brought down with pneumonia
succeeding La Gripoe. Terrible
paroxysms of coughing would last
hours with little interruption and it
seemed as if tho could not survive
them, A friend recommended Dr.
King's New Discouery; it was quick
in its work and highly satisfactoiy
Kin results. Trial bottles tree at
Fetzer's Drug Store R?gular size
50c and S100.
ing occurred at Cannonville. when
a drunken white man enterel the
bed room of two daughters of Mr
John A Ritchie with evil intent in
his heart, and who waa frightened
away by the appearance of the
father of the young ladies. Hoarde
evaded the officers and got away,
&oir,g to Huntersville where he se
cured employment in a co-ton mill
under an assumed name. But he
was soon suepicioned and when a
description &nd papers were sent the
officers nabbed the gentleman and
held him until Chief of Police Bo
ger went over to Davidson College
and brought him back Friday
Hoarde w8 given a preliminary
hearing before Enquire Hill this
(Saturday) morning, when he sub
mitted that he had entered the
house, that he was under the influ
ence of strong drink and was una
ware of the seriousness of the in
famous crime he was about to com
mit. Hoarde made an effort to ef
fect a compromise, but Mr. Ritchie
would not hear to it.
In default of a $200 bond, he was
reminded to jail.
lhe funeral service will -deducted
from St. Jamp&' Lutherj:
church, this city, tomorrow after
noon at 3 o'clock. Interment vn; ;
take place at the city cemetery.
Rev. C B Miller, the r,astor
night at St. Jimos1 E -range!
Electric Bitten k
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suueu ior.any season, out r-f-nps-.
more generally rier-ded, when Ui
lai guid exhmited feeling rrevr.;b
when the liver is ti.-rpid ami
gish and the need of a tonic aiTui
alterative is felt. A prompt uso uf
this medicine has often avM-J-ti!
long an ' perhaps fatal bitiooc tziTt-:
Nu medicine will acT m
counteracting and fret-nig the pr?ti.
irom the malarial poison. Hodar-hr-
indigestion, constipation, z7Anea-ii:
yields to Electric Bitti-rB. C-0o r.7);li
St 00 pr bottle at Fetzer Drn
J. F. HURLEY.
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Will Sue for a Divorce.
Mr. A H NewEom, whose daugh
ter was so illy mated, the particulars
of which have appeared in the
World, will eue for a divorce for
her from Goodman at the next term
of Cabarrus court. Mr. Newsom
eays that he has been attempting to
secure a divorce for his daughter
ever since she returned home. Salis
ASK the recovered
dyspeptics, bilious suf
ferers, victims of fever
and ague, the mercurial
iliscased patient, how
ihey recovered health,
cheerful spirits and good
. -ii ii
appetite; tney wiu ten
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This unrivaled remedy is -warranted not to contain
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containing those Southern Roots and Herbs which an
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Liver and ISowels.
The SYMPTOMS of Liver Complaint are a bitter
I We Want to Beat
. the Record for July
Welfare determined not to spend our time and fn ry crunibJiB
about dull times. We will pitch in and make times lively. Now, m oi-s
der to make this incoming month the biggest July we Lavn ever ha iph
are putting out a lot of "Hummers" and we are going to uifike them hr,ii
We are going to do away with Stickers. We will make Movers out qS
them. Here goes:
About GO prs of Ladies fine shoes of ZeiglerAs and Reed's mfkea,
small sizes, 2. 3, 3 and 4 tnat we will fell at $1 a pair, ot a pair aim
thtm but cost 82 and o?er. They must go.
NO. 2. About one hundred pair of Ladies Inne tslord lies, sdiol-i
patent leathers, some tans, some fine dongola pat tips, all to go at
They cost from 1 to $1.50.'. They must go.
NO. 3. -About 50 pairs Ladies fine Oxfords, all Zeiglerp, tan. gray
and black ooze and fino Jkid, sizes 1 to 4. All to go at 31, Made to sell a
2 and $2-50- They must go.
NO. 4 About 75 prs of Ladies Oxfords and 1-strap Sandals Zeiglzrs
B8y State and Faden Bros., all to go in at SI. 25. Call for them the:?
won't be here long. They must go.
NO. 5 A few prs of Misses Oxfords, sizes 12 to 1, to gc f,t 50c.
NO. 6. FOR MEN: A lot of Ten, Goat aud Black Vici Kid Oxford.
at 81. They ere SI. 50 shoes, and are iresn stock just bought them.
Womens Solid Leather Shoes at G5c. Womens solid Leather Pebble
Grain and Glove Grain Lace and Button Shoes at 75c. These aro SI
5. Ladies fine Dongola kid button shoes, maaa at;
as any shoe in the market, regular SI-50 f-hoes, to
Satin Oil Shoes, lace and eaiters at SI. 'lhej aye
tegular 1,25 shoes. Mens hep vy Engiish Ties, everyday shoes, 1.00 boJici
as leather can make them. Big job in' strawr hats at 10c, some Ox tbezu
are 50c hats. We buy Trunks in car loads and retail them at whole sain
prices. One hundred Mens fine Serge Coats at just half price. A e haife
everything in the line of clothing aud furnishing goods- Everything up
to date aLdat prices? hat esn't be bfat anywhe in the State. Call
see samples;of the free Crayon Pictures we are having made for our cus
or bad taste in the mouth; Pain in the Hack, bides or gQpp ail fl'esh and niC(
Joints, often mistaken for Rheumatism; Sour I a 1 J Tn 2nMA
d,oi.. tcc ,.r Anr,,.;tA. iw.u n'trmntfiv Alexandria, Va. boiirt
U-v- TT..J,jTrK l,c rS Mpninrv with a. ft Ci Qt. Si MPT1H h 1 T1 C
painful sensation of having failed to do soiretning
which auu;ht to have been done; Debility; Low
Spirits; a thick, yellow appearance of the Skin and
Lyes; aMry Cuh, often mistaken for Consumption.
Sometimes many of these symptoms attend the
disease, at others very few ; but the Livfk, the largest
jirgan in the body, is generally the seat of the disease,
and if not Regulated in time, great suffering, wretch
edness and DiCAIH will" ensue.
The following hbhly-esteemed persons attest to the
virtues of Simmons I.ivfx Kf.ijvi.ati'R : Gcn.W. S.
Holt, Pres. (la. S. Vv. K. R. Cn. Rev. 1. R. 1 cider,
Perry, r.a.; C..1. I.. K. Sp:.rks. Alhany.lla.; C. plaster
son, Es:i.,Sherit'l:il'i)Co.,(.a.; J. A. L'utts. Kainbridge,
Ga. ; Rev. J. W. P.urke. Macon, Cia.; iruii Powers,
Supt. Ga. S. W. R. R. ; Hon. Alexander H. Stephens
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that for Dyspepsia, iiliousness and Throbbing Kead
acfie, it is the best medicine the world ever saw. We
have tried forty other remedies before Simmons Liver
Regulator and none of them gave us more than tern
horary relief ; the Regulator not only relieved, but cured
Li." Ed. Telkguai'H and Messenguk, .Macon, Ga.
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JOT? TvTf;rtt votive suits of fine All-WoolSCassimcre iniCutaway.i?
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