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CONCORD, N. C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1896.
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. . ,i cutting winds nre
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v- nl -ict that has to be
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,V haw a Tew facts, plain
: i.iiii-lultMrated, that we
:; r.i lay before the buying
dollars and cents
,,-;r u i'ket to end what
-v tos'iv and be govern
DEPARTMENT.
.-how i'roni tOMiav
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ol' popular
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child ren's
h-.s and every tin f-g'
- small profit a:jl
we mariv on
sell. ' We are
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A Jinn i:riii-v a rl to Town. Eaoli
Grniu or Which is Sunoumlcd
y Perfect hueks.
The ingenuity of man ha?, hit
upon a plan by which corn and fod
der can be grown together. A a soon
aa the new crop comes generally into
fayor there will be no more fodder
racks and hay will not be used as
extensiyely as stock feed as it is at
present.
Mr. W H Prickett who lives five
and a half miles south of Atlanta
brought a new fashioned car of corn
into the city this morning and all
who aa v it wondered, it was very
much like the ordinary ear of corn
as far as the cob was concerned, bat
theie the likeness ended, for instead
of having a big shuck over the cob
and toe grains, each grain was pro
vided with a shuck of its own. These
little shucks were as perfect s the
big shuck, only they enveloped a
single grain instead of the whole
ear.
A genius from J-outh Carolina
who did not explain how he came to
possess this new fashioned corn had
some of it at the exposioir He Fo'd
it at one cent a grain u; all who de
sired to plant it. Mr. Prickett
bought 50 grains for which he paid
a half dollar. He planted the 50
grains in the spring, and although
this has b tn a very unfavorable year
for all kinds of crops he has made
from the few grains he planted six
bushels of corn.
Toe grains tnat ere j.!.. v-tcd with
he shuck uiou vd them produced
t lie same kind of corn, but those
from which toe shuck had been;
stripped produced ordinary every
day corn, with the chuck naiad tb
A laille Disappointed.
A large crowd was in town to-dav, !
the drawing card oeing the hanging
of Frank Howard, which did not
take place. Of course it was gener
ally understood that only a few wa3
to have witnessed the execution, but
those who are curiou3 and naturally
love to be on hand from all sec ions
some from neighboring counties,
were here.
It was a disappointment to many j
that the hanging did not take place,
while others are satisfied with the
turn of affairs.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children,
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Howard a Scurf d Xejjro.
Quite n large crowd of colorel
people and a few curious whites
went to the depot Friday evening,
when F r a u k Howard was taken to
Raleigh, and as the trr.m vn3 rolling
up there was such a racket and so
much confusion on the outside of
the oflice that the negro criminal
thought certain that a mob had
come to take his lifV. He wa?
surely a scared negro, and for the
first time since his arrest showed
signs of fear.
Ntockholderti and Director Meet.
There will be a meeting of the
stockholders and also of the direc
tory of the Concord Southern KaiN
road Company, held at the office of
V M fcmith in Concord, N. C, on
Ciiven Away Free
To advertise out gonri wp will
41e a., uy, uoco.uui) licr,ui.e box
of five-cent cigars, one 2old ring ana
sample bottle of Peelers Pain
Killer to every one sending ns fft
cents to piy p.-jeking and postage
Address,
Peeler Andehsox Medicine Co.
Lock Pox 1, KernertsviUe, N. C
Dr. Miles' Taiu Tills cure Neuralgia
AT COST
Tuesday 29th of September, 1S9G,AND W0 MISTAKE ABOUT IT
at 11 o clock a. m , wuen and where 1 .
Elax 'Kixg.
Jno. P Allison,
D It Hoover,
W M Smith,
Director of Concord Southern IWU
wav.
all parties interested are requested T , r eThre Jlr'e of Watofc
to be ., W ooi iz:::
pee
MUiiaiMaMiUi
io('iki;amii,i)i. oxk day
Take laxative Promo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
rnonev if it fails to cure. 25c. m!4
A l'rayer i'r CJlrls.
You ask for a little prayer. Here
i3 one written by Jeremy Taylor in
his effort to tecn the world what
was meant by holy living: "Teach
-e to w.-ttch ovr ?.ll fiy ways tha1
1 p.ay neyt-r be surprised by sudden
temptations or a careless ppint, nor
ever return to fo!;y and vanity.
Set a watch, U J;ird, bffore r:.v
mouth, aiid keep the door of my
lips, Th'v: I rffend not in my tongue,
hole 'c ir untied of are. una e.ch!Ji'r flgainsr piety nor charity
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leacn me to ihiuk ui no.r.m oui
grain..
Mr. Prick c-tt claims that there is
much merit in the newf;;. hiou?-d
corn, s it will be inv;Jiv..be for
j'cek. j he whole tar cm Lj fed to
the stock and the cittle, ard they
will ?ft lie benefit of both the corn
nd the ehucl:8. This wilt saw
".h feed in the shrp
Thre, and wh.at id in order to Thy
glory and ceryicv: to epeak nothing
hn- of The? and Thy glories, :) d to
do nothing but whao ne comes Thy
servant, whom Thy infinite mercy,
by the grace of Thy holy spirit,
hath sealed up to the day of Pe
denption." Ruth Ashmnro in Oc
tober Ladies' Home Journal.
W. D. Anthony & Co.
PAINTERS, PLASTieOERS,
VARM1SHERS AND PAPER
HANGERS.
ALL JOES GUARANTEED.
V- WANT YOUR WORK.
Old 'ure mido to look as
good a i . . Mattresses made or
renewed with perfect natjafactiou.
UpholateriuL' a specialty- See. us.
W. D. Anthony & Co.
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ACTUAL COST
For the next f.fteeu daji,.
It will bo to youi :: l,TPsf to tvi?;
at once and :- curH .e i : -:rf
I bargains which we olieryou.
A. B. CORRELL,
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S E M I N A R
A t'leuriwhirnar School for Yrunp
Oriamentfil Prwrebeo Rcf:ive
( . fire,1 v. 3 Tiontion
HE V. C. L. T. 1 ISBER, A, M
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C O A L !
K L C r n ve n i s n ; w i e v h i vi n
the best Jellico fnnip Coal.
Also superior Hmcl Coal, Ep
nnd Stove, irompt attention'.
Free deliver'. Orders scs
licited.
COAL BliaNERS.
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Every citieu.)'' Con ! v
to burn eeal !iu '.: ;iic cow.'
wiil s;tve money v.nd Trouble
inu; from u.'. 'e wo! '. 1
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and will (leln e' y .
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"he -f-v: corn is quite a curiofiity. to
iy the U-vC ol it.
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'V t' or," tr-.t-n tion of Central
? Tf'tlicdist church, will reorganize
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tomorrow aftem.con at 3 o'clock. Il
he enierlaining and prof:';vj!e
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Mr. I). I. Coltrane, the suni-rinteu
Jtovival at forest II III,
R7. :.I A Srsith, pr-. r Fcr-t.
Hill Methodlist church, will begin
til 8 fall c;:ries of religion meetings
it his church tomorrow niht. The
R ;v. J D Arnold, of Kirg'j Monti-t:-in,
i? fxnectd next Wednr noy
to 'a?ist Rev. Smith. Everybody
! cordially invited to attei.-d th-.'o
meetings.
fa? porker
Ve are determirrd not to spend oui 'ii;
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ever I rvl,
It- t hem i'unt..
d-nt of thu Sunday pchord, hf
eued the foHowiL-g invitation.
"Von arc invited to he villi us ou
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temb.r 7ih, 1800, besrinrins
piomptly ai 3 o'clock, j). m.: Jhiiiht
faces, glad hearts, eTvcet f-c, i d
other intrcs'in exercises will rMTt
you most heartily. Come end c;o
with ue. We will endeavor to u:
i?oa ;?ood.
. The public is most cordhVlly in
vited to attend.
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about dull times. We will pitch in and i
der to mrvL'o this incoming nionth the oi::;.."
are mittimr out a lot of "Hummers1' mid we ro troin t
Wo are oin to do away with S'ic'xein. We will mat.
them. lter goes:
About CO urs of Ladies fine slices of Zejirlor'- 1
small yizes, 2h, :-U and 4 that we wiil f-eli hI Si- - r:n . i. . ; i
tfiem but eol aod over. They must o.
NO. 2, About one hundred pair ol L ulles Fine Oxford Tie f-nv
piteut leathers, houio tan p. eotno tino donjla p it, tips, nil to ; -j et 7;"t'.
itioy coyt from SI to t:1.50. They must J?o.
NO. 3. -About 50 pairs Ladies tine Oxi'ord-s al- ' d;d'. f ;
1 I f.nd black ooze and D.n" kid, Hizes 1 to U. All t; ; ; -.1. : . -t.
! S2 and :2.r(). They must go.
NO. 4. About 75 prs ot Ladies Oxfords and 1- strap ban dais ,;.'.:;..-:.;,.
!'v Htato and Piuhni Bros., ail to to in at Sl.'Ju. Cud for th
j won't he horelom,'. TLey must go.
NO. 5 A few prs ot Misyes OxtonH, sizv.-i I.: ;
NO. C FOR !df.N: A lor of j an, Goat j:n-: .
1 7 ney ure SI. 50 shoe?, avid are trenn sto; !; -
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It is Simmons Liver Regulator
SPECIALS
ErvP STORE.
Iil You i:vir
Trv Electric Bitters as a remedy for
your troubles? If not, gei a bottle j
noT.v and et relief. This medicine
has been found to be peculiarly
adaptodto the relief and euro of all j
female complaints, exerting a won.-,
derful direct influence in giving
strength and tone to the organs. If
you have loss of appetite, constipa
tion, headache, fainting spells, or
'are nervous, sleepless, excitable,
melancholy or troubled with dizzy
spells, Electric Bitters is the medi
cine you need. Health and strength
are guaranteed by its use. tifty
c-nts and $1.00 at Fetzer s Drug
Store.
mtjBE Q y IATO
For years you and your fathers
have found it of sterlino; worth.
It is and always has been put up
only by J. H. Zeilin & Co. Take
none but the genuine. It has the
Bed Z on the front of the wrapper,
and nothing else is the same, and
nothing so good.
"Won-; An a Solid Lr-aHur Shoes at Cre, Womoi.s solid Leather Febbh
Grain and Glove Grain Lace and But! on bhoes at 75c. The.-e are ;i
shoes, all freb amt nice. Ladies fine Dongoia ici-.i hiiiln ,;t;s h'
Alexandria, Ya. Solid as any t hoe in tlse n aiket, regular .:-l-50 noes, to
go at 81. Mens Fine Satin Oil Shoes, inee ai d gaifMS ru :?!. 'l ; v"i
regular 1,25 shoes. .Mens hefivy Engisn Tiey, everyda;. ai-e, I - - . !
as leather can make them Biir iob m straw? hats at 1'c, some vf tiim
are 50c hats. We buy Trunks in' car loads nnd retail ihi-n at h;Kl
iiriees. One hundred ?enh. line Serge Coats at just ::t)i pnte. e have
everything in the Jine ot clothing and turnismrg .Vi.-"o.
Evt-rv 'iing u
I-n ktft nuA ft rrir-tlit f fin'i he l.ent un v wh ei il: tV-j St?.te. J.ul ul-1
see samplesof the free Crayon Pictures we are h .-.in-: made fu;- ..n customers-
JOB Twentvfive suits of fine All-WooIJCassimere in Cutaway'.IVock
Suits, sizes 34 to 36 lor 4 00 a suit.UThey aie 10.00, 12.50 fand lu.V'-.i
Call on us and ste these and othei 'attractions.
CANNONvS & FETZER
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