M A GOLD MINER.
!i'l lo Chairman
CP i" i
, jO.OOO Ono for $25 OOO
r dHBcrs of ami AVork-
. , it( nuns t 'oulrihnte.
oi'en in this campaign
, check for $20,000, so
? ::ine how surprised
,! ' was to hod one for
:n my rar.il this after-
1V. . John, of the Na
.... . i iTi-.'licccmmitteeJooked
, .. ! )-i('e this announce-
. . y afternoon, lie was
i . : r.t sending a telegram
,' ouv s in Chicago, in-
- ;-i r, cf the contribution to
v'. ho add'-d, ubore the
, m r . :i n i n who is k n o w n
; ' foiuilry as one' of the
?':::t$ in America. I
' : iihfrty to divulge his
check was not drawn
.- ( . nor was the indeed
.. : ; - d to me. It and the
; r . y ;'r:;d'-f--sed to Chair-!
r. . b my care, and it iay
: , u,.. I'iie or letters on my
., i u ::ed it by accident, pre
.: '.'i-.Tse, it was for me. I
tMo check and the
: 1 : :m n Jones, and am
, . iiiog to him that they
i tiie way to him.
';; : ; :i f: r or the check, which
; : . N v York bank, and was
! Ut j order of Chairman
tiiiues in the far Wtst,
- - . ri'i produce any silver that
, . ;. I know his signature
, : ! ... has made several other
: ' . since the opening of
u . '; ,','
; .Noueoi tnem,how-
- 1' r such a handsome sum.
is not the only man whose
a be found among the list
-old mine owners that has
i : i.u.:td to the fund. Several
of tl m have aided the work for the
Mum of Mr Rrvnri and in n. vp.rv
5iibtanthl way, too.
"A check for 825,000 came to me
in the fust week of September.
That is the largest contribution I
rave received, and it, too, came
i ora a well known owner of gold
mirier In the accompanying let
ter he expressed his warm advocacy
1 the. silver cause. Another gold
miner, who said he didn't produce
an ounce of silver, eent to me a
check for $10,000, to be used as we
"What other contributions have
yon received recently ?"
Mr. St. John took up a mass of
letters and said, as he ran over
k die is a contribution of 8571 from
the miners employed in a gold mine
in the far West. It is signed by
every man who contributed, and in
the letter they say : 'This is a gold
ttirie, but is operated by one of the
roo-t broad-minded, liberal men in
T ritf d States the open hearted
Ar. h;',tnk who would encourage
own men, but who never offered
ttnhem a threat of any kind.'
UI have also received $19 from the
Jr: Silver Club, the members rf
i men employed in a gold
-u in Arizonia : and here is a let
ter irom the clerical force engaged
113 of the National Banks in
ifsipni. It contained a checii
f'r -! o
l)l '-jucefui Conduct.
the conduct of certain young
Ern and hoys at the court house last
G!;:i: v -as simply disgiaceful and
deserves a degree of extreme censure,
h i Cr,me to a ka(j en(j when a
ommunity is gathered to-
n '-tiic-r 211 a respectable assemblage
ac,i order cannot be kept. When
ttranra and gentlemen come
'2 us, and especially public
n, they should be Bhown a bit of
Curtesy and treated with at least a
Elflall degree 0f respect.
OFFER TO EM FLO YE ES.
A Mill Owner Will Italse Waxes 10 Per
Out if ISrynn is Elected.
Winston, N. C, Oct. 9 Mr
H Mdburne, of this city, returned
this afternoon from a business trip
to. Ohio He gives your correspon
dent the following signed statement
made on the tram in West; Virginia
which explains itself :
"Seeing the generous cft'-r of Mr.
Cnnniogham, of Newark, 0 , to ad
vance the wages of hi 3 eiuplojes 10
per cent, if Mr. Brym 10 elected
FresieVn 1 being a miM owner at
Higgi 'port,'0., md CVk-uonhi, Va.,
and ploying a great number of
men at both places ag-ie to advance
the wages of my mn 10 per ceut if
William Jennings Bryan is eleoed."
Signed "J II MiLENDEu"
Tivo fivos Saved,
IIrs. Fhoobe Thomt-s, of Junction
City. Hi., wa3 told by her doctors
she had consumption and that there
was no hope for her recovery, but
pvo bottles of Dr. K..ni:ks No. Dis
eovery saved her life. Mr. Thomas
Etrgers, i;0 Florida St. Sao Francis
co, sull'ereu from a dreadful cold,
a ppro a c h i n g conn u n sptiou, trie A
without result everything oJse then
bought a bottle of F'r. King's New
Discovery and in two weeks was
cured. He is naturally thankful
It is such results, of which these
are samples, that prove te wonder
ful fcllicacy of this medicine in
coughs and colds. Free irial bottles
at Ftzer4s Druer fetore. Regular
size 50c, and $1.00.
It is rare that a lady in the South
has to sutler such neglect as that ex
perienced last night by Mrs. M G
Miller, of Baltimore, sister to Dr. S
A Grier, of Harrisburg.
She had a ticket for Harrisburg
but got quite sick and thought it
best to get off at Concord and go to
the hotel. Being very sick she was
incapable mentally or physically of
taking care of herself. Tnere were
at least live men besides Mr. Dan
Summey (of the house of E M
Andrews) tnere, but he was unable
to get any of them to join in his
humane efforts to ca-e for and re
lieve the unfortunate lady. Police
man Fisher happened on the scene
and aided Mr. Summey to get her
in the omnibus aad helped her to
the St. Cloud, wnere she now is.
Such lack of sympathy for the. suf
fering and gallantry tor ihe tender
sex is quite out of keeping with
Southern ideas as well as Christian
ity in this our latter age.
SILVER OE 60L'
Better than either is a healthy
liver. If the liver is O. K. the
man is O. K. His blood is kept
pure, his digestion perfect, and ho
can enjoy life and act intelligently
and patiently upon the questions
of the day. You all know what to
take. You have known it for years.
It is Simmons Liver Eegulator
"nL"- Mill A F M
IUt.M IUN fzm
i m z r
For years you and your fathers
iihave found it of sterling 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.
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-&uy tr. ;uuc3 oci t
I - if - - 1
Mill Ml III MM III
N. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1896.
Miss Charlotte Coofe.Ieacl.
The death angel has again come
among us and borne another soul
to the realm beyond. At 2 o'clock
this (Saturday) morning Charlotte,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J
Wallace Cook, died at their home
in the Northern end of the city.
Miss Cook had been in declining
health for a long time and the
dread disease sapped her your -life
from her. Miss Cook's num'r
ous friends will learn with sorrow
of her demise. The bereaved family
have the tenderest sympachy
of a large circle of friends in their
sad hour of affliction. The funeral
services will be conducted from the
residence tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock by Rev. W C Alexander, of
the First Presbyterian church.
Tlie Prohibition!! tanyass.
Itinery of the Probibition c.iudl
dates for President and Vice Presi
dents, Joshua Levering and IFile
Johnson : Mr. Levering wi 1 speak
nt Durham October morning;
High Point, Oct. 14, nighf; Salis-
Oct. 15, nicrnmr:: Cbarlotte,
Oil. 15, at night. Mr. Johnson
wiii &iK-uk lit Goidrboro Ojt. 10,
mormne; Inlnh, Oc 19, niht;
Gret-nisboio, Oct. 20, inuininy;
bnry, O.it. 20, f t.err.o. r; HicLory,
Oct. 21, inormuir; Asheville, Oct. 21,
at night. . ol4
ilamia J.csh Certain.
The New York Correspondent of
the Chicago Ifecord telegraphs that j
paper : For some reason or other
there has been a very decided
change in the tone at the Republi-'
can headquarters within the last
few days, and Mr. Hanna's instruc
tions to his associates and subordi
nates throughout the country are
tersely expressed in ' the sentence,
' Quit blowing ad s iw wood."
There is doubt that diccourag-
ing news has been received from
Ohio, Indiana and some of the
other Western States, but it is im
possible to ascertain the delaile.
Whatever has happened or has
been discovered must be, however,
of a serious nature to have such a
depressing effect. The atmosphere
around the Metropolitan Life build
ing is charged with apprehension
and nobody seems able to explain
the cause. Mr. Hanna goes West
to remain until the election, and
there is a rumor that he will stop
in Ohio and make a personal inves
tigation of the reports of Republi
can defection in that State.
Grain of Wlieat In Ills Eye for Four
The Charlotte News says that a
gentleman from the country called
at Dr. Wakefield Thursday morning
to have an operation performed on
his eye. His eye was badly inflamed
and he was almost blind.
He said that while harvesting
wheat the first of last June his era
die had slipped and struck a flint
rock, and he thought a piece of the
flint had been knocked into his eye.
It has been getting gradually worse
Dr Wakefield examined the eye
and found a grain of whea: em
bedded in the lid.
He took out the grain, and it had
began to sprout. ...
Th .'a E.aby vras Efdt. we gave her Castoria
Vhen she was a Child, she cried for Castoria
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gse them Castor If
IV Mllec' Pain Pillct rnrfl Kpnwilrfn.
- " . . -- D
who are supposed
to represent greai
strength and perfec
health, are likely ti
die of consumption
isn't always health
Disease will develo;
rapidly once let the
jr f. -- ptrms ot consump
1 SlTt ticm Ket nto a man's
ii?Wv X. system, and it wil"
3- kill him certainly anc
in 1 sureiy if he doesu"
111 '1 V. tf "
measures to gfet ric
of it. Kxercise ant
v.-ork and dieting an'.
j ' i j au mat son 01 ininj
c lw-- ' their wnj-, but con
sumpticn is one o;
the things that they won't cure. The bacil
lus of cc nsiiinptio is a iivinff organism. I
is iiiilniUsiUial, but it is r.'ive. The oni;
way to get rid of it is to l:il' it. If it i;-K
killed, it will develop and :n;.U:p?y. Gc rrm
are wonderfully prolific, lit ti.e quicker
tmagiuable time, one becomes r thousand
and a thousand a million. 1 r. Pierce'
Gciden Ivicdical Discovery is a p; -nu v-.a-an
d a sj c m killer. Wherever a disease ferr
lurks u: the body, the " Discover' " wi;
Cn 1 it --ill rcndeV it luirmlcss. It do
tn. ..me - d.,fe!tnce what yoi call your di
en -c, or . h? ki nd of a germ it is. All gern:
circulate ;n Uie blood. Tlie "Golden Med
ical Discovery" purifies tlie blood purge;
it of germs enriches it with life-giving
properties. It not only kill - disease, but i
builds v- health. It is a tonic, a nervine
or ncr; '. oci, or invigorutor and blood-p;i
lifUr, ah in ini; boLtle.
'f you want to know all of the facts aboti
''jis wonderful remedy if you want tt
know nil about human body, and huuiai
's . health, and sickness and lie?
-y-v to tet rid of it, send for Di
H' Vv Pierce's Coii.-nion Sense Med
05 Adviser. : standard nico i
t' ioal work of ic;S pages, pro
Ki r t n...1. "... ,..;t
luseiy liiiisiiaieii, wimvu w i.
be sent free en receipt of 2.
one-cent stamps to cover c:s'
of mailing cvVv. This wo I
is a complete family di-ct-i1
book and r.houll be rer.d b?
both yottrg and old. The profits on the sh
of 6S0.000 copies at J.r.50 has rendere'i pohS!
ble this free edition. Address. WorldV. l)ia
pensary Medical Associatiop, Buffalo, N. Y
There will be a special communi
cation of Stokes' Lodge, No. 32, A.
F. and A. M., Monday night at 7:30
o'clock. Work in degree of F. C.
By order of W. M.
R A Brower,
TO CUKEAIMILI) IX ONE DAV
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure. 25c.
- Clothing - a
1 . . .'-1.-.
No doubt about it; we are better fixed to
please you in Clothing: than we have ever
We guarantee to
HATS AND CAPS.
CANNOjVJS & FETZER
WnoLE NO. 1,526
The Morgan tl Wrifflit (hiarjuiieo,
The guarantt e of rhe "ood tirea"
is broad enough to cover almost any
kind of ailments and to satisfy thf
most exacting rider, tut the line
must be drawn somewhere, and Mor
gan & Wright are tiying to make it
known to riders everywhere that the
guarantee does not cover damages
resulting from the earning of anti
leak preparations inside the tire.
By having as much air as possible
in the Id. & W. qu;ck -repair tire
before putting the tt ol into the
puncture, and fo'Hown g the few
other simple instructions in t; e cat
alogue, a remanent repair cm b
made in two minutr?, at the road
side, without re-novir.rf vhe tire front
Or. Miles-jrr;2i Ar::i art- . u-; vn m -a to rv-
Every oitiL ol concord who intend
to burn coal during f lie coming winte
Avill save money mi : oulde by"MircliRS
inr from n-. AVo wi'! IihihIIc the best
J1LLIC0 m III
1 and will deliver d n'itv in anvDart
I of the city. Yout oi :ers an; solicited.
Headquarters at Black welder's store, on
; West Depot street. 08
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