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CONCORD, N. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31 1896.
Whole NO. t
, : ' :; VOTERS.
!'i
V .vr.s of Cabarrus
- n - j niriii cf the IVo-
v . ; vV.t .;irus, 1 desire to
i ;: ,r Xe and National
r Is Chairman Uai. W
, in my safe and that
,, e hi veu electors pre
: i ( mocratic and Popn
:n wit: Locke Craige
... ; : i i).ivi?, eectoraat'
; i llovland, of the let
.i
,,. f v LYeunan, of 2nd dia-
I1 ns, cf the 3rd dn
' ; . .P. 7, cf the 4th dis
y;;;;i:uji Meiritr, of the 5th
l) F Keith, of the Oth dis-i
'I'L-.-o V Kiutrz, of theTthdis
... . YVrk, of the Sch, aDd 11
of the 1 c h district. This
.. . ticket which I shall have
;i i very precinct in the
' !ui :: is the ticket for which
,;-:vt:u,- IVpuliat will vote. As 1
.,1 in my eppeal m the Vestibule
juctobcr x'Sth 1S9G, to ecrath Dem-
i;rat:0 cket'vs ia to elect McKmley
d I aiin vv-arii Populists not to
defeat Irvi-.n by voting for only
F.'a':?t (rhetors. I make this
:;v:;ai plea b: cause it has come to
through an official
t.-i ;!::r i-'ied by Chairman Aver
v-: Chairman Manly that bogus
t:;i:ts are being circulated which
coLin only the Populist electors.
Ihis is a scheme to defeat Bry
m by playing upon the pr-ju-cf
Populist.?, but this movement
:i a l!u; ublican side-show. There
;i lo patriotism in it, but it is
a:ciher "game of politics," which I
rrpdiats and denounce as unworthy
i asy man who claims to be a
Pqu'i-L The people cannot be
' by any such scheme. Let ue
b- true to Bryan by giving him the
:;n electoral votes of North Caro
! - Mf-f:r.isoN Caldwell.
a Pu
W-i Pirtv Ex. Com.
Aj Chairman of the Democratic
"ve Committee of Cabarrus
I rec;x-ctfully call upon all
' :"hta ;:i i others who desire
' '--f r.Ir. Prya-u, to vote
- ' ''re ?.! rcroRAL ticket above
' : 1 u . 1 none oth:r. If any
.;-e. at ary of the voting
v- !-;. i.p.y cf the above dec-
( : -:e are spurious
r t A B Youi G.
!.); i. Coin Cab. Co.
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ii P
its
t a
. i'outte, Druggist, at
! i., s'we: To Dr. King's
i onso iny life- V'as
. ;iipo and tried all
. i ;, i-des about, but
. was given up and
tiive. Having Dr.
.'.a-ovt-ry in my store I
' 1 e a lid began its use
Ui hr-r dose began to
i u-i after using three
t: aud about again. It
v-ei'.-ht in gold. Wo
: ro or hoase without
I': eo trial at Fetzer's
x o i i ie v oters of Cabarru
County. i
G. E. kettler, of Concord, has had gotten up and distributed to!
points ail over the State a one-sided ticket, that is, one that has on it
only the five Pop electors. He appeals to the Pops to vote this ticket i
Claiming that the Deraa have violated their contract to take S-waU!
down when ho and every one else knows that no such contract e- ,
isted. In proof of this statement is the fact that the Dems and P ys
through their Executive Committees have fued on the electoral ticket ;
and made a solemn compact-to vote a ticket composed of five Dems, five i
I ops and one silver party man. As further proof I refer to Maj.
Guthiia's card below and also the fact that Senator Butler has tele
graphed to epveral persons in this Slate that these tickets being dis
tribnted by Kestler must be suppressed. i
Chairman Manly and Ayer both say this is a scheme of an enemy of
Bryan this is true. ' I
I therefore as Chairman of the Democratic Executive Committee of
. . . . .1 . .... -w
Cabarrus county earnestly appeal to all Democrats not to scratch any- j ear' ldvstf
thing where fusion has been agreed upon but to vote the Ucket c.s j protfilr, f uJu
J3w i
1 sSy
brtijhten r mother a
daily ortres ntid :u-p
her to be stroncr, capa
ble (I chfciful. It
is'nv right for mnth'-o
to feel the bur-leu of
life frrowir,'' !;javjef
nd bt avier t-a.r bv
ir becp.uso of chit j-
neanr.a: ana civ. la-n :r
ing That shows sonie
thing: is win tig: in the
mother's physical con
dition. There i. some
unnatural weakness in
her delicate organism
vliich (lisoiiriii fit. s h':z
for raotherhoo ii .
When tlii is wtcti
everything is wnv,
A woman's physical
life is wrapped up i:i
the special organs of
her sx. When the?
are v.-'lond to hi;.tii;
and stiv-nc'ih the win it?
w o m a n o e c o ni r a
strong. Dr. R. v. ri.rce i-f
has made a life-stnt.v of th;;
A of it o.
J F Flnrl-.y h -i f !
fenn JViurual Life Jlui
pany. Thf-y write the
on earth. The cio?t d;?i
least cost. 8ee the con f re re
taking insurance al?o tirt
dent insurance.
Tito 3Ioran V V.'rfIiT
The guarantee of tbv
is broad enough :o cov
kind of ai'mtritd a:.'! :
most exaetirg ri-N :,
mubt be drawn om"wh:
g?m & Wright p. re tt y
u t I
'A
known to rn'er evcru here t m.:
guarantee uof ''t
resulting frcrn fii"- c-
leak preparations
named in the card below from Chairmen Manly and Aver and be not ' women. His "Favorite Prescri
tofina: health and :'.: v?Xc By having a.s ruueh
deceived.
A. B. YOUNG.
Chairman Cabarrus Democratic Executive Committee.
ADDRESS BY MANLY AND AYER.
Raleigh, Oct. 30. It has come to our knowledge that a ticket in
circulation purporting to be the Popuii3t ticket, headed "Straight Pop
ulist Ticket,'' on which are only five Populist electors. Wo desire to
state that this is a bogus ticket, gotten out by an enemy to Mr. Bryan
and one who desires his defeat. The undersigned, as chairman rf the
Populist party, has duly sent out the regular Populist ticket to each of j
the precincts in North Carolina, where there are Populism voters, which!
ticset contains the eleven electors presented by the Democratic and Pop
lists parties, to-wit: Locke Craig aud Robt. B. Davis, electors at large;
Ralpn Howland, of the "first district; H. F. Freeman, of the second dis
trict; C. R. Thomas, of the third district; W. S. Bailey, of the fourth dis
trict; William Merritt, of the fifth district; B. F. Keith, of the Bixth
district; Tbpo. F. Kluttz, of the seventh district; Tyre York, of the eighth
district; R. D. Gilmer, of the ninth district.
As chairman of the executive committees of the respective parties,
to-wit: Democratic party and People's party, who have jointly presented
this ticket as the Bryan electoral ticket, we respectfully call upon all
Populists and Democrats and sll others who desire the election of Mr.
Bryan to vote this ticket and none other.
CLEMENT MANLY,
Chairman Democratic State Executive Committee.
HAL. W. AYER,
Chairman People's Party State Executive Committee.
A CARD OF DISCLAIMER FROM CHAIRMAN AYER.
Special to The Observer.
Raleigh, Oct. 30. Please announce that any ticket which bears
only the names of Populists or only the names of the Democratic electors
has no approval at the People's party headquarters, and i not the official
ticket. Please say Tor me also that all of the People's prty tickets are
at their destination and will be at their proper pUoes on election day, all
reports to the contrary notwithstanding. HAL. W. AYrPR,
Chairman People's Party Executive Committee.
MAJ. GUTHRIE'S CARD.
I egain repeat the warning that you be careful to read all the names
on your ballots before they are deposited in the ballot-box, and I do so
the more earnestly because I have now before me a printed ballot en
titled "Straight Populist Ticket,7' which has printed on it tho names of
only the five Populist electors, when it should have the names of the
eleven Bryan fusion electors. Thi3 ticket has already been issued and
circulated to deceive and mislead the voters, but by what cuthcrity or
whow I do not know. Is this a scheme of Mark Hanna? Remember
that trite old saying that ' Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty,"
and be watchful. W. A. GUTHRIE.
Raleigh, N. C.,0ct. 30 18.
SENATOR BUTLER'S TELEGRAM.
Raleigh Correspondence (Muni-IteO'-servct .
' "Senator Btu;er leh-graphed to ihr- persons in the Sta'- faying
that tbef tickets nwu be siiniir'-'-ed n-.d prorr ones :?'-ed."
Ks the nu.-t suc cessful remedy that has : -t
been knr.wn for women's pecuihr ailm. ro
lls sale xe.--eds the com hint-d sales ni" ;,'
other mrdiriru-s for women. It cures th?
most obtin;:te uterine disease. Tt ces
directly tu the internal otiranim which ia
the real seat of all the troubles. It im;-.ot
vigor and health wheie they are most
needed ; heal? ulceration ; steps the weak-
j eiiin drams , promotes reulaiily, restore!
muscular power to the ligaments, thus cor
lectius? displacements of special organs in
the orffly natural way.
Complete information regarding-the "1?3-
voriie i resenpuou and Tes
timonials from hundreds who
have used it, are embodied in
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense
Medical Adviser, a standard
medical wotU of iooS pajres,
profusely illustrated, which
will lie sent free on receipt of
21 one-cent stamps to covei
cost of mm ling- only, ilns
work is a complete fair.it?
doctor book and should be read by both
youn and old. The profits on the sale of
6So,(y copv-s at Si. 50 has rendered possible
this fretr edition. Address. World's Dispel
ary JJdic! Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
in the
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h:-r pimpie instrtn-v
alo,ue, 1 peruif-ineur
made in two irinut
side, without rcnovi;
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repair
EVERY! n IN
FIRE INSURANCE,
When in heed ol Fire Insuiance,
call and see us, or viite. We Tepre
sent only first-clat 1 Home and For
eign companies.
Respectfully,
Woodh tmk & Hai.rtp
MOlaaOM JI. OALDWEL
ATTORNEY AT IAW,
CONCORD, N O
Office in Morris building, epposite
r Hon
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IS GOING-
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D. GOR
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C. H. BARNHARDT, M.
Physician and Surfoi' ,
MT. PLEASANT. C.
Calls received and promptly a.
tended to at all hour?. Given
my resdenoe lately 'occupied by i)r
Moose jiy, 01 v
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s o i r it j: a t o 1. 1 1 m n k i v v
Take laxative Bromo Quinine T.ib-.j
lets. All dmsists icfund the
money if it fails to cure. 25-. mi l
. '
Here is an illustration cf the way j
the- -ind handled thine during th
rr St. Louis tcrittido. Thi.-s btcvcle, .
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No doubt 'about it; we'are'.bstter fixed lo
yoiii'in'LClothingllthair.wa have e''
m cith
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and act intelligently
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b3en.
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s:- Utivojan, 213 South Sixth
1 iret. Philadelphia, Pa. o31
ovrnd m St. Louis, wa
struck by
three barrels of r.yrup, a tierce 01
lard and one barrel of vinegar. Ab
solutely the only uninjured pr
rro the saddle and the Morgan
Wrio-ht nin'nk renair tires, which
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were ii;li ot air when
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questions
You all know what to
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Men's Suits, latere art
Best.
known it tor
ten
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the machine
:e foui
i. Even if ihesej tires had
ba3n punctured, unless severely
torn, any one of the holes could
pair device in them, without trou-;
i a "RiHprH of theee ti - , when )
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t hey have a puncture, need only be
careful to pump as much air a?
possible into the tire .before insert
ing the quick-repair tool. The re
pair can be made in two minute,
at the roadside, without taking the
tire off the rim.
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r years you and your fathers
h'v. fJund it of sterling worth.
It is and always has been put up
only by J. II. Zeilin fc Co. Take
nono but the genuine. It has the
r ' 1 .7 on the front of tho wrapper,
and nothing else is the same, and
nothing so good.
ancl
best.
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