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COKC01U N. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21 1896.1
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AN JONES' APPEAL, i Moan Devlin...,.
fr. White Married.
;, '.VorKnitf Jlen Airalnst
. . . . ! Ill rV'l.,im
iiic'uks ornioir i-.m- t",7'"
cause to be "
Oct. 10. The follow-
Our neighbor, fheStlisbury World, Nothing is sarprisinr: no lavs
and warning addretieed
in hard luck. Ic had I Tuesday night at the home of Mr.
blue" Tuesday. Hon-j (reorg Inomas,. in Stanly county,
a rv'iessuess ; for
rhe Southern Associated
; 'ht bv Chairman Jones,
c f the Democratic c in-
.- : f th;? fact that corpora
, : i -carctdy an exception,
:a i f the largest employers
; ;:i the United States, are
: a concerted effort to
; unpioycs into voting at
v.'Z election against
-livictions, 1 deem it my
, It upon all those who be
r, rite supremacy of the law
a name lied freedom of the
' in the right of exercising
1 . use their utmost' ef-
-Vvilt t II .:
' V .'A a. A of
. . :.; ev Eiuceeus, govern--,
eerpo.-utions will have fine
t A; rr by the pcop'-e.
. 4rhu!? which thus appeal to
;i fraud strike at thefounda
" I! ublicao government aud
i:, c f free institutions must
'.. .elvers to save the ccun
great peri!. Especially
: aa c'oringk'men assert their
i rights, if they vote for
convictions the Democratic
: C A-tiMn of election and in
rhe employing corporations
we no desire to embark upon
"c cf punishment. In the
it t At 13 raging the salvation
workiogman lies in the asser
r ' w-t polls of his rights as a
day night some depredator forced an
entrance to its home and scattered
the type oter the Iloor as if they
were sowing wheat in a very large
field. That 13 mean devilment, and
if the perpetrator is caught we will
venture to say that he will not feast
on the same sort of pi a3 the World.
A man can't do but one meaner
thing, and th it is to subscribe for a
paper and not pay for it, s'op it be
Ciuse you dun him and then read
just over the Cabarrus line, J A 8
White, the Indian doctor who wai
tried and acquitted, accused of
committing a terrible crime in :h-4t
section, was married to Mis-s H a
tie Thomas. The buoyant gr -a,
with his blushing bride pugs- d
through the city this (Tuesday)
morning on their way to Salisbury,
where they will reside in the future.
parte, one of the
most forceful men
in all history, a man
ped in schemes and
fe campaigns, in plots
and counter - plots,
K Is trivi n r intentlv
and ambitiously foi
VM-A V. success and power
A r?2ilt;oii C'ocltroaclies.
Several days j:go a Standakd re
porter was called in at the Fenix
roller mill, where he vaa eho-.vn the
greatest number of any living things
he eyer saw. In the basement,
uccesa of this i where the roller covering shops are,
a million or mrre cock reaches . in
feat the room T::ey are cn the
walls, on the sills, in i ng trouhc-1,
under the iloor in face they are
everywhere on the ground floor.
The bugs have scratched and eaten
out a quantity of mortar and are
about to undermine the foundation.
Mr. Crowell has resorted to every
conceivable meins to destroy them,
but the - number does not diminish.
It is a sight that is well worth
seeing, though it does look a little
rod KEAlOLDIS ONE DAY
Take laxative Promo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
monev if it fails to cure. 25c. call
; a rnia suffrage will work
cn a. An indignant peo-
oils of their rights, will de-
J that the legislatures, State
, . ionrd, shall proceed at once,
tic ri Toro-J3 measures, to prevent the
pA-;bihty of a repetition cf such
r- y.f A-r.
Tl-.-- committee, backed by the full
y ---r of the Democratic organize
-:c. i;i every State, pledges itself
r;; itcvtry scoundrel, whether public
T.brr or private citizm, who i3 de
ttcttdin any violation cf the law,
VM L - vigorous I v prosecuted and
to the penitentiary, if possible.
James K. Jones,
H -.. ?s i liis For tlic ioiulils ?
The republicans are ''laughing in
tbc-ir skeves" at the hole they have
ftdkd the Populists into in this
v- :ity, rphe Populists have only
on- of thoir men on the fusion ticket
thh county. The Republicans are
i White for ttie Senate, Hileman
'or the House, Buohanan for Shers
a Aier for Treasurer, ' Bigsrers
f j: Cotton Weigher. All of these
a-e Republicans or have been,
you want the Republicans to
r- i' ne the governmet of Cabarrus ?
appeal to the good, conservative
P eple of the county to defeat that
uiviFiELD, 111., Oct. 19 This
p ; hA:, oOO miners employed in
iiarciay, Riverton, Clear Lake,
J''Vson and Spaulding mines
!ri!; -"k xi-.r an increase from 32J to
1 r - ts er ton sross weight. It is
; '"hh- that all the miners of the
Kiiigileld district will be called
t shortly. At a meeting held in
P-:ri-rii:;Id the rate was fixed at 23
( for summer and 40 cents per
IIatol to Leave Ilin Native Home.
An old darkey, a native of Cabar
rus county, was seen at the depot
this morning. He was weeping,
and vvhea approdched by, a Stand
ard reporter he was asked if he was
sick. "No sah," eays he, "Pae gwine
ter hab yo' now, and maybe I'll
neber come haer no mo'. I used
to lib haer whar I was bo'a. My
name is MUa3 Austin and my home
is now in Louisiana, whar I wint
seben years ago wid Peg-Leg WiN
hams from de eastern part o' dis
State. It sho' do grieb me to go
baek, bat my wife an' childern are
dere an' I'm bound fer to go," and
with a "God bless you Nof Kerle-
mans" he boarded the train, crying
as if his heart would break. He is
sixty years old, ana had not been in
Concord in twenty-one years.
From Tree to Newspaper.
Harpers' Round Table gives the
following remarkable instance cf
rapid work in changing a growing
tree into a printed L-ewspaper. It
Some men who worked in a wood
pulp factory at Elfvtdul, got into
adicuvsion about how fa.t tvood
coaid bo made into pulp and then
into paper. Tlje result of the 'dis
cussion was an experiment, or trial
of speed, in which these men per
formed the feat of cutting down
three trees, chopping them up,
making them into pulp, then into
piper, on which the evening news
papers of the place were printed ;
and it took them jupt two hours
and a half from n.e time the firet
tr3 was hewn until the first copy
of the evening paper was p'oid.
lleli Wanted Xemnlt'.
$10 to SIS per wtek to !ec ;::id
Women for tusy home v:rrk. No
books or canvassing. No experi
ence. Bona fide cfler. No catch.
Send stamp for work nnd particu
lars. E. Herrman, 213 South Sixth
Street, Philadelphia, Pa. o31
a man whose uttei
disregard for human
life made his battles
the bloodiest the
world has ever seen
this man found
bitterness in his tri-
For Over Fllty Year?
Mrs. VVinslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by
nil liori3 of mothers for tneir child
ren while teething, with perfect suc
cess. It soothes the child, eofteLS
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and i3 the best remedy for
Diarrhoea, It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
druggists in every part of the world,
Twi nty-fiye cents a bottle. Be sure
'ind ask for "Mrs. Winslows Sooth
ing Syrup," and take no other kind.
Killed by a Falling Koof.
UXIVETIFITY OF VIRGINIA, Va.,
Oct. 19. The roof of a one-story lec
ture room of the University of Vir
ginia fell in this morning on five
men, and George Tucker and Eu
gene Bunch were killed and V W
Chambers received probably a frac
ture of the skull.
: n e v i p el) voia cu
largely or this rr-i-sou.
are incapa"; le o f
Many more of il. Ar
are afitictea w.tt;
dis-rd. r- :f the organs directly femif.?ns
J th.". "i .iri::g children would be darker
.rus to t'; em, and unfair to the children
'ICvery c1 :ld deserves the heritage cf
health. . The children cannot receive thift
from a sickly mother. There is no rea
son vihy thev should have such a thing
as " female weakness." It is as unneces
sary as it is distressing. Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription cures all forms of
distinctly feminine sickness. It purifies,
strcngtht-ns and invigorates. It is pre
pared for j-ast this one purpose and no
other. It's the onlv medhh.e now before
J F Hurley has the old uliablt:
Penn Mutual Fire insurance Com
pany. They write the bett policy
j n earth. The most desirable at the
umphs because he j least cost. See i he com race before
hadnoheirtowheir ; ,aking jnsu ranee aito lire aLd acci
to bequeath iin ; , . ,
1 l i onr )nonrnn.i;i
Tlie Jlorsan V V"riu (Guarantee
oo 1 tire?'
is broad enough tocov-r alirn.r, anv
kind of ailments and to satisfy th..
nmst exacting ridt .-, lut the line
must b? drawn some -a. Mor-
gan & Wright are tiy ; g to u,;ike it
known to riders "vei ynhcre that the
guarantee does- not cover .Hmae-;
resulting from the c
leak preparations )
By havin.tr -;.s much
in the M. cc W.
before putting tbi
puncture, and folh
other Hnu-ie instruc
the pv.hlic fo: vvoiuau's peculiar ailments,
adnjA-d to her delicate organization by j a.Ogne, a permneiv
Lil.'rly graduated physician, an ex- made in t vo riiinut
l?ril!; Of I;ti-
tAide ;he tire.
:vr a poc -i6le
ek Kp.iu tire
tri H AO th
am; thr few
'!!!! Hi n e cat-
:vpair Call -h:
.ic the ro.u!-
It May Io as 31 it eli for I'oti.
Mi. Fred Miller, of Irving, 111.,
writes that he had a severe Kidney
trouble for many years, with severe
pains in his back and also that his
bladder was affected. He tried
many so called kidney cures but
without any good result. About a
year ago he bagan use of Electric
Bitters and found reiief as once.
Electric Bitters is especiaby adapt-
1 a .uro rill T"iltiMV And Tiivr
ou M" " ' h5.,j ciiii r
ueiu, ouiiois, a puitiaiu ui uocu.
troubles and often gives almost m
ant relief. One trial will will prove
our statement. Price 50c and 81,00
at Fetzer's Drug Stote.
There seems to he more attempts
at fraudulent registration this cam
paign than ever before, Iu the sec
ond division of the second ward in
Raleigh even the registration book
was stalen, hoping to defeat a Dem
ocratic majority. It would take
close watching all along the line.
The laws are strict and the peualties
are severe but not too severe and
they should be inflicted wherer
fraud is practiced.
The Southern Industrial News
say 8 :
"The improvement in textile con
ditions, which wb noted in our last
issue, continues, and has increased
somewhat since that time. There is
no upward rush, but a steady bright
ening of conditions and prospects,
and ir- cannot be denied that the
outlook is much more encouraging
thaa it has been at any time during
the pist four months
Qaeen Victoria has presented to
Mr. Edmund Chandler, of Pressing
: l 3 .i M...1" .. a. il. .
penenceu aim smi,,. -ciaust m ujkc gl(j vvithcut reaioving the tire frcm
maladies. It cannot do harm in any con- i , 3
dition of the system. Its sales exceed j he Uni.
the combined sales of all other medicines I w-
Every woman ought to send 21 one-cent staml
lo nay" for mailing a free copy of Dr. ricrce't
Ihousaud pare " Medical Adviser." World's LsL
pfnsary iledicaJ A.sociati-on. BuiTalo, N. V.
Dr. Miles'JPlrm Pills are jruarantec 1 to ?fo?w
ileatluvhii iu!0 niiuutcs. '"One cent a dose."
Walter 1. Main's Cireus.
For the above occasion at Salis.
bury Saturday, October 24h, and
Charlotte Monday, October 2Cth,.the
Southern Railway will sell tickets
to Salisbury at 90 cents and to
Charlotte at 85 cents for the round
trip. Tickets on sale ay of the
performance, limited day after per
formance, but are not good on the
vestibule trains. Passengers will
please be prepared to make their
own change for aaoxe tickets.
0 0 a 1
us - a
Giveu Away Free.
To advertise our goods we will
give away, absolutely free, one box
of five-cent cigars,one erold ring and
ft nample bottle of Feeler's Pain
Killer to every one sending us fifty
cents to pay packing and postage.
PJSELER ANDERSON MEDICINE Co.
Lock Eox 1, Kernersyille, N. C
No doubt about it; we are better fixed to
Dlease you in Clothing than we have ever
Suits, latest and
Suits, latest and
with an inscription recording: that
he has assisted to ring the bells of j
the church on all her birthdays!
since ner accession. iir. lanu.er
was born in 1812. and his father
and grandfather were bell-ringers
before him. Press Visitor.
We guarantee to save you mone.
Ex-Governor Campbell, of Oh:?,
offered to vote for his competitor,
Mr. McKinley, if the latter would
show a single instance where the'
McKinley tariff had raised the wasrea 5
of an operative in the State of Ohio. 1
He d'd not haye to vo'.e for him. j
GOATS - ID
HATS AND CAPS FOR EVERYBODY.
CANNONS & FETZER
weight for winter.