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CON001U N. C THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1896.
AN HISTORIC RELIC.
Witole NO. 1,512
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toh sap Store:
I , ) cutting winds are
;(,:; , r ; ;!! t( l)lov and it is
iMV i ' fact that It has
1 r 1:11:11 d i against and to
VrV: where it can be done
vI at a moderate cost
'v ji.c- .'iiy'Ct that has to be
vj v' ;j havt a few facts, plain
o.;, ur.::dutHrated, that we
Iv;:-, !;iv before the buying
j : :
I it will be dollars and cents
in v i1 1 i " ; ockt to read whnt
:.jttv ! ;ivh to say and be govern
j W will show from today
I- n !isr-. ir 4 I lie winter a very
Jlip. . .' line of popular
!w: i :. 1. liner v.
ILaciies : Hats
hi::: tlie w-iy cheapest up to
; . Mioses and children's
1::- :M .-styles and everything
' :: ::! the jnnnjl profit and
low .iif' that we maik on
V'-ryihiiiiX we sell. We are
i- i::!3y anxious to have all
tli" l: Is see our hats before
tly l'tiy. We guarantee to
fl:- rn cheaper than they
f 0' - bought any other place
- i : : - s: le will be correct.
- 1 "Tnlivd and hi ty urns
,J'"' '' :! the way from 50c ts
'-' - - children.
i i Sent bp.
line o!! shoes, all
:':s to be found
; k!;V8 cents up.
Rronsrlit Out by nr. I?Ia Knall i, ,!8C
Oceasion of Mr. Krjnn's Visit.
When Mr. Bryan was in Raleigh,
just before returning to the train, a
waiter wa obsprred moving to
wards the Union depot with a long
slender bottle, three feet in length
and filled with liquid. Accom
panying it was a very elongated
tumbler, at least a foot in height
and with a possible capacity of two
A closer inspection revealed the
fact that it was the four gallon
George Washington bottle owned
by our good friend, Dr. G W Biack
nall. The Press-Visitor ran across this
letter which explains what followed:
Col. J S Carr
My Dear Sin : I beg that you
present with my compliments and
best wishes this bottle of native
Concord wine to the Hon. William
J Bryan, our next President. Both
bottle and tumbler are unique old
family relic3 and have not, been
used on a State occasion since the
visit of Sir Waiter Raleigh to the
city years ago, as nothing be-, fore
was thought of sufficient import
ance to call them out.
With my good wishes both for
the President and yourself, believe
me, Very truly,
G. W. Blackball,
( apt Patterson" .Narrow i'srnio.
Wednesday afternoon while Capt.
Ed M Patterson was doing some
shifting at the Odell Mills he met
with an pecident that came near
resulting in a fatality. He was on
the top of a box car, and while
matching some perron in the street,
his bead came in contact with an
ekctric light wire that crossed the
road. The wire struck Mr. Patter
son just above the left eye, cutting a
severe gash and at the same time
tripping him, knocking him uaeono
scious for a few moments. I)r
Robert S Young was called and it
was Dot long until restoratives wore
applied tlnU brought him to. Af
ter being pa'ched up he was alright
and went hi3 way rejoicing that the
accident was cot near so bad rs it
might have been. He ia doing very
well today, we learn.
I Democrat Organize.
At a call of Mr. A B Young,
Chairman of the Democratic Exec-
utive Committee f Cabarrus county,
a meeting was held at headquarters
on Thursday, September 24, in
which Mr. W . G Boshamer was
made Chairman and J D Barrier
The object of the meeting was to
organize the Democracy into clubs
throughout the county and the fol
lowing was adopted :
Resolved, That it is the sense of
shis body that it is desirable ?ud
well to organ the Democracy
of the county by precinct
clubs and ihuz members of
said precirct clubs form a county
Democratic organiz tiou to be con
summated on Friday, the second
day of November next.
Ou motion the secretary was or
dered to ascertain the represent;
tions preterit and found townships
No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 and Wards 1,
2, 3, 4, :f No. VI represented.
The meeting uruuhnmisly en
dorsed the plan of org.-tniz it ion as
for uhntd by Chairman Yjmig.
Tliv Discovery Naved His Mir.
Mr. G. 0?illotitte, Drugg-sc. at
Beavervd'e, 111., say: 'loDr. Kind's
New i,'iscovery I owe my iifc Was
taken with La Grippe and tnd all
the physicians for nines about, but
of no avail and was given up and
told I roiildi not Jive Having Dr.
Kind's N.jw D s cover i-t my s'ore I
eent for a bottle and !:- n its iisp
and from the first doe. . bean to
gat better, n1 after u.sir: three
bottles w?is ub and aoout ajjuin. It
h woiih i s weight in f,'ol-J. We
won't keep store or hois without
it. Get a fro a trial at Fetzei's
t rraiMroiji) a. .i: oay
Take laxative Bnnno O iinine Tab !
lets. x ! I druge;iytH re'"n-;(t the
money it it f-iiln tu cure. 2")
I.aun Party Tonight.
The Jnvenife Missionary society
of the Forest Mill Methouitit cnurcK
will hay; a lawn party in the fac
tory yard this evening from 7 to 11
o'clock. Signor Khz will he on
hand. Fruits, candies and other
refreshments will be served. Ex
celieut music Everybody is invited.
Cure For flcadaeli.
Railr ontl Men Here.
Mnssr?. James H Wifp trd fj j
Brown, of Bjdiun, are on hand toay
m the interests of the Concord!
Southern. They bive traversed t
whole distance frctn Abrdese ro
Concord .and have taken a. re
scanning of the route. They speak
very pleasantly of their cordial
reception along the line.
a rmedv for all forma of:
Headach Electric Bitters has proved
to be the very best. It effects a
permanent cure and the most dread
ed habitual sick' beaaaches yield to
C O Jul
rs influence. We urge all who are 1 K L Craven is now receivfrift
alllicted to procure a bottle, and
Sive this remedy a fair trial. In
cases of habitbal constipation Elec
tric Bitters cures by giving the
needed tone to the bowleu, and few
case long resist the use of this
medicine. Try it once. Fifty cents
and SI. 00 at Fetzer's Drug Store.
the best Jellico Lump Goa
Also superior Hard Cc;il,
nnd Stove. Pron?pr nftpruj:!n.
x'icc unlivery. I7rue?-y
Ix-C'onyrrossman Crnw lord
Slierlir KimN Declines.
Sherff John A Sims on Wednes
day sent to the Executive committee
of the Fopulist party of Cab.irrus
county a formal declination cf the
nomination for State Senator from
Cabarrus and Stanly counties,
Hon. W T Crawford will visi!
Cabarnu and speak publicly on tne
politicil insnf-s. tie is slated w
spi-ak n rl trrisbnr on Trnt'jiv.
October 5 uw.i at Mr. I'.tMriiiH c n
I'uesday, O tob-r O h. Tne ex
Congres'ii.-tn is an eloquent taiktr
a:id ia mi up to date ci inpniiu r.
We ar- id Ciharrns
have d ch a: i (''; t.) he r
MoclitioldcrM ami Itireetors .tleet.
There wilt be a meeting of the
stockholders and also of the direc
tors of thn Concord Southern KaiN
road Company, held at the office of
W :, Smith in Concord, N.-C, on
Tuesday, 29th of September, 1S96,
at 11 o'clock a. m., when and where
n parties interested are requested
to be present. J W Cannon,
Jno. P Allison,
I) K Hoover,
W M Smith,
Directors of Concord Southern Rail
FlounsninK School for Young
Ox. t mental BraLches Keceive
Carefui .attention "t
"KV. (). L. T. IISBEB, A. to
umTtf I1 VLRASN F 0
A nice line;
OPPOSITE ST. eLOCJD HOTEL
Every cit.ien of Cone- c wlm intcflii
to burn c al during omin winlex
will save money nml ti by oin cl)?i-
ingfromu-. Ve will I mdle tlie Si-t
JEUICB lillP C0I1
and will deliver ; tiy o'-'intity i;i u.nyj- i
of the city. Youi orders are solicited.
Headquarters at Bla k e'd cr's .store, ii
West uepot street.
SILVER OR GOLD,
Bettor than cither is a healthy
liver. If the liver is O. K. tho
which was tendered him on Saiur;man j3 O.K. His blood is kept j 2 and $2-50- They must go.
We want to Beat
. the Record for July.
We are determined not to spend our timo and nruy c u.vi' icr
nbout dulJ times. AVe will pitch in and make times liv. .v. NYw, m :t
dr to make this incoming month the biggest July we ive ever had, wh
are putting out a lot of "Hummers" and we are goiug to nuke them hmxu
We are going to do away with Stickers. Wo will make r out of
them. Here goes:
About GO prs of Ladies fine shoes of Zeigier's nnd J'd's 'm !. , l
small sizes, 3, 3J and 1 that we will fell a.t 31 a pair. N a u pair aniDn
them but coat &2 and oer. They must go.
NO. 2. About one hundred pair of Ladies Fine Oxford Ties, sexxa
pateut leathers, Rome tans, some hno dongola pat. tips, all to at T.j-c
They cost from 1 to 81.50. They must go.
NO. 3. -About 50 pairs Ladies fine Oxford?, all Zeiglers, tan, zr??
and black ooze and fin Kid, sizes 1 to 4. All to go at 31, 31ade to soil i t
, . . ou.:ff Q: a;a a I i i. fnf lift I AO. 4 -About 7o prs oi jLiaaiea uxioras ana i-sirap aannais .eicrirra.
day last niifnu. oiu-. ivi uuu , uiu, um uirauun .vui-, n ' Bas State
rohnt his future course would be. ! can enjoy mo ana act, mienigenuy ! lVo't be herolong
were siiflicient to jus
known boat to himself and patiently upon the questions j
' ) j take. You have known it for years.
! It is Simmons Liver Regulator
and Padtfn Bros-, ail to go in at 31.25. Call for them tLt-y
They must go.
5 A few prs oi Misses Oxiords, biz93 12 to 1, to t:o it .'c.
NO. G. FOR 3IKN: A lot of Tan, Goat ana Black V ici Ixid Oxicrdj
it l. They rre
win imp .i mmi y'tb";1 "ftyww1'. .""w
)u!il t t!o Front.
If yon will observe the four?!, j
page of this paper, you will eee th.j
the Ould Mercantile Company urej
here for business. They ask you in j
a ilaming card to come and see them ;
on?Satnrday and bave made arrange
merit for a slaughter sa'e. Lo.ik
it up and go to see them. I
;ivcii A way -Free j
To advertise our goods we win t .
give anay, absolutely free, one box ! For years you and your fathers
of five-cent cigars, onefold ring and, have found it of sterling worth,
a sample bottle of Peeler's Pain It is and always has heen put up
Killer to every one sending us fifty only by J. H. Zeilin & Co. Take
cents to pay packing and postage. ( none but the genuine. It has the
Address, -ec on e ron e wrapper,
Peeler Anderson Medicine Co. an(j nothing else is the same, and
Lock Box 1, K --syille, N. Oj nothing so good.
1 50 nboes, and arc tresti stn-k
:C-1 A L S
t bought them.
we buy Trunks in car loads and retail them at wbolf p&to
ndred 3Lens fine Serge Coats at just half price. V.'e l:ao
Womens Solid Leather Shoes at 03e. Womei.s solid Leather lh.H
i O-vtin and Glove Grain Lace nd Button Shoes at 70c. These art? $1
. ws, Jill freh ami nice. Ladie3 fine Dongola kid button shoes-, ma.e t i
! Alexandria, Ya. Solid as any shoe in the u arket, regular Sl-50 boes, t
' at SI. Mens Fine Satin Oil Shoes, lace and gaiters a 81. 'J h-v nru
i iVirular 1,25 shoes. Mens he;vy English Ties, everyday .-hoes, 1 f: iiosd
; as- jo-o tier can ni iue ineni nig jou iu buaw units uu ivj, suiuc -j: tucm
' ,'0c hats. W
. it's. One bund
vciy thing in the line of clothing and furnishing goodft. Lvery thinj; :3p
to oate and at prics?hat enn't be beat anywhcie in t! .e State. Coll p.tij.
; t.t-e- smplesiof the free Crayon Pictures we are havihg made for our cub-
JOB Twentv-five suits of fine All-WooHCassimere in CutftwaylFrnt.-:
Stuts, sizes 34 to3G lor 4 00 a suit.UThey are 10.00, 12.50 ?and 15.00fcsn
Cull on us and ste these and other'attractions. "
CANNONS & FETZER
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