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Vol- Xin. No. 196
CONCOUD, N. C, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1896.
Whole NO. 1.575
0 RC II EST K A 01 t(j a X I Z E I).
ortiu l umary Term of Superior A, X
vMHlcOnlma lor tin. Holidays.
T;- 1.5 .Kir d of Commissioners Co
. . m " M ,. in cu 1:-V'' x-or own Gr
ot the afternoon session Tuesday, cnestra, and a ffistrl. ;
jurors for the January evey respect. UecornizJni? the
Cabarrus Superior Court, need of our little city in this line
::venes on Monday, the number of young men, aU of whom
he listed as follows: are talented musician-, m--t and
, lv o iarDe, is Al- jfcuected a nermenf, nri,.,
hrnhardt, D B Coltraue, and at once ordered the latent mo-
Li;aker, W S Isenhour. 1 6!c, to be readv for thp
functions taat will take place dur
ing the holidays. The orchestra
will consist of fivepiecen, the make
up of '.vrjicn as follow :
Pi of. It L Keller; leader, pianist.
Alb:-rt Freeze Wade Barrier,
clarionet is t3.
Jay Sitne, coraetist.
Q E Smith, bass violinist.
; ? Cochran, Moses Kluttz,
. R J Cook, R L Duval
11 r.rLtr. W DCline, Samuel
Linker. ..ope Barrier, J L Boger,
A Kartell, John R Cruse, D
T L::sk. M A Ludwig, W F Far
r. A Bsrloa Black welder, G G
?.:;: -r-i. M F Nesbh, C F C Mil-
l.-.ii.Cline. W M L 'Morris,
: G C::i:. C A Robinson, D C Cos
t, I: C Ltder, J A Hahn, Geo. D
Sr::ii Week Paul S Sides, Wm.
?:;:..::. vrm. L Hahn, W S Birg
-r. C H Hamilton, J F Irvin,
L I'srr'fr, J F Wallace, Robt
1 1 J j! Ienhour, JaE. W Lee,
G Zi.rnbp.rdt, Geo. Untz, J W
T"" T Lrler,, J I. PossamoR, C
: Lf.. B White.
::jrir Candy Cathartic, the
: : ".rrui medical dicoverr
pleasant and refreshing
tot gently and posit. t -
'r f n'dEj-?,. liver and bowt-ls;
: ; ;.: t entire system, diepe;
: :.:r tiadacbe, ft-ver, habitual
. . . i: Lrid b:iicii"Des-3. Prease
:: try a box of C. C. C. to day,
" Sold and rnaran-
1 A. i . si ; T"
the prize hog is
bii o:her thin re. Mr.
mt'r, of Kn. 8, killed
n"iiths old, this veek
him rerec timely
, 1 5
linns, oi: iu. z, Eiiitu
:hF ok! 'porkere tbir
niorniuc and they tip
mi.' lit to liiit; t o re-
f.-nie'rc dor.'t handle
T.:i- breed of Jhogn, nnd
ey tdl hie plenty of
r.h-.rF and Children.
' together v:it;h
i:o.ii(i, vas returning
Electric Bitters is a medicine
suited for any season, but perhaps
more generally needed, when the
laEguid exhaubted feeling prevails,
when the liver ie torpid ar.i :iu
gieh and the need of a toic aad
alterative is felt. A prompt use of
this medicine has often averted
long an 1 perhaps fatal bilious fevers
No medicine will act more surely in
counteracting and freeinthesyptetu
from the malarial poibon. Headache
indigestion, constipation, dizziness
yields to Electric Bitters. 50c and
$1.00 pir bottle at Fetze-r Drug
Oue lu JVo. 5, the other la So.
Now8 reached the city this (Wed
ne3cUy) morning of the sudden death
of Mrd. Nellie Cook, an aged widow
lady of No. 5 towuabip. Mrs. (Jook
bad been in feeble health tor aome
time, but was ab!e fo be up and m
tend to her hougehold duties, .vi
her death yesterday wufe entirely un
expected. Heart failure is thount
to have been the cause of her dentil.
She was buried ai 3 o'clock tody
at Mt. Gilead cnarch.
Mrs. Gadd, wif of Kobert Gadd,
who lives near R ed's Gold Mine, in
No. 9 townenip, ui-d of herc
disease yesterday morning. Mrs
Gadd went to ber breakfast with the
rest of the family, and appeared to
be in her usual good health and
cheerful spirits, and was attending
to her dutiewhi-n deth suddenly
oyertook her. "The funeral will ttka
place to day at Center Grove church.
Died on Nov. 14th, 1S9G, in No. G
township, Cabarrus county, N. C,
little Yiola Lee, only child of Mr.
and Mra. Lee Smith, tied about fif
She was an unusually bright and
interesting child, and though just
budding into the sweet flower that
vvas the joy and comfort of her de
voted parents, yet it pleased God
in liis ail wise and mysterious
proyidence to remove her from the
loving embrace of earthly parents?
ever to be with II Im who said:
"Sutler the little children to come
unto Me and forbid them not for of
uch is the Kingdom of Heaven."
And our loyed one lias departed,
While we tarry orohen liearted,
She has ended life's brief story,
Site has reached her home iu glory.
IIulL thy sohbing, weep no more,
She lias only gone bel'ore ;
rv. we not. non tlie river,
Sailing fast to meet, forever?
Every hour that passes o'er us
Brings us nearer joy.-? before us,
If our faith' and hope and love
Ave all in Christ and thing? above
Why is 'it thst one man is ojd
M:d uecrepit at 45 and another
bale and hearty at SO? It depends
on tfce care he takes of himself.
Often a man's bocly gets out of re
pairthe trouble grows until it lays
him out-iii bed. Whenever a man
f'-lv that be. is not as well as he
ought to be, wherever he is listless,
without energy and without vital
ity, whenever he hods that he is
losing weight and that his ordinary
worii gives bjm undue fatigue, he
needs Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery. If he keeps cn working
with his liver inactive and bis
blood impure he keeps his nerves
and his body under a constant ner
vous strain. He will not be hearty
when he is old. The "Golden Medi
cal Discovery" cures many so-called
diseases because nearly all illness
springs from the same thing bad
digestion and consequent impure
blood. The "Discovery" makes the
appetite good, the digestion strong,
assimilation 'a.-y, and the blood
rich and pure.
No dnnhf. nhnnt. if: ttt orn lff-fi,! -
TDlease on in O.othia than we have ever
Suits, latest and
Pair ties in from Stanly county 'io
dty bring the intelligence of the
dth of Mr. J'niliip Rideuhour,
who (lied at Copal Grove, Stanly
county, yesterday, cif paralysis. Mr.
Uidenhonr hud reached the advanced
ace of 88 vers, and was well
oys' Suits, latest and
Children's Suits, latest
We guarantee to save ou moire.
HATS AND CAPS FOR EVERYBODY.
-CANNONS & F
STILL AT IT.
CommlftMiomfrs Pep: Awny a r.rutM'
Up to the dinner hour the com
iniaaioners had done nothing be"
yond transacting .routine baoir.ess,
such as passing on bills, in -.ling jo
At the afternoon session Tuesday
the office of coroner was filed by
the election of Mr. George Walter in
tne p!ac3 of M C, his brother, who
had failed to qualify.
Mr. Will Parnell was made keep
er of standard weights and meas
ures ; Win. Junker gets the repair
ing of the city clock, while Ira Me
h alley will pull tne bell ropp, when
As had been gen orally expected,
W. L. -Parish gets the BuporUeod
ency of the county chain gang.
Much interest has been manifested
in the selection of this officer,
Election returns are notliing coirjp?.re,d to the
suits you receive by trading with Dry o: vVi-'-lsworih,
who are wide awake and nptosdate. i-uutde are aii
to believe what tliey see and the Doubling :J '..oiuao-o
can be quickly conyinced of The Ti udilujut os and
correctness of what we say by caJlin, iJ oiu'r
only a lew davs till 'Xmas and evei vl-v.I x- is 1h: i
ning to look around i'or Santa Claus. ? ' 1 irr!
quarters tliis time are at tlie
i 0 4 )
-uef1. teottier v
in en at a Jate nour
driving t: iwo
'I''t'h )iin hou-e, a
i'-.'.n the iiiil wkn a
;a):dly and yelling
. ; ' ' . Oil .
.: V S biitii
known throughout - county. The taere were quite a number of oppli
funeral took place to-day. (cants. Mr. Parish's bid was So 75,
. Which iiicind.8 guards, 1. roujen,
We wo our readers a letter from ! biackrfmithing, etc.
our friend "C. A. M." thh week.;.
Vrx Uiiev h03t ui(l VerV tiU
home x. mi tea . adt. ot
iudt 'i'ueiday iiinc, Dtc.
, 1 1 1 j . .
one wl wen a ujikh ;m: :ue
him for tuv. in-nUition, but i: if our ;., hearty supper,' retiring ar J o'cic-ok
We are nlwayr t:lad to hem
mm anu int. . ,
. .-, 1,:.,;, 'Ci-'inv at her
much pleasure tmu omui.u.uK.-n. -
the 'Allium 110 rtvr a, .u,u
Ee says if you like comfort and ease bvy
& Wads worth's Big Rocking Chairs or the I
sizes for your wife. Or if you want to sbp well aiid
rest easy buy one of the Raleigh Wire Spring Mat
tresses, best in the world, or one of the handsome i
lounges. They have them at all prices i'roiu i-i.w'j t.,
625, and to make your parlor look up-to-date and
in style buy a parlor suit and to lit up a rooitfiuce-.y
buy one of these handsome suits, the prices are lo
'AIN'T lT THE
. 1 . '
t . 1
Mnv tc:furn:im tho :nippo
if lie .t' 1
,aud vas dcd a: il o'cicck. feome j
jlvaue heart trouhie id supposeu to j
j have caused her death i?o suudeuiy. j
'Stv v. .3 ab-ut 10 yeard of a0c. Her ;
was a 2eere shock tv those
.her ;ud 10 those w"r 'nr.v
1 conference M, E
Km 3 ton, N. C , Dec.
osets on sale D?c. 7,
: 19th, ?0.?0
to concionsti it,
.ni- r.cnner:-. l-1
l"H i -
.f! the i 'resident 6
'!'he VsiR?..m? vere
Ll J ' 4
in Cold Writer Kvn-iicai
i church yard. .
n.:o;e than we and
beautiiu. purase-j if it faiii to cure. 25c.
1 "i f - crnr a com? ia
i Take laxative Hromo Quir t'1- Tab j
lets. All Uru2srisis refund the
.1 f iho fin nor aic) iu c---
brly chmmaf. b.; -j , car rive Vi)U ffi0
our efforts will nciiCiai 10 iUocO , ::ur;ince D't pay
Yes sir, We have everything in the fm 1 ituie
Cbr.irs of all descriptions. Tables ; il ksi::e.s
styles. Big lot of Pictures, Window bhjitie,
tain iolls, Ladies' Desks, Office Desk.-, Vv ' iudtb-.-
iu.'boaids, China Closet" and every'jhin te ii.i.Kf t
home pleasai1" and a wife happy, f W-iiT;iur ftons
today and during the holidays we propo.1 :o r;-
.jach cash juircliaser a nice and useful piece ot
niture, consisting of Hat Racks, Musi' T-.acl C
atif1 r.i:P3h P'helt',' P,ook Shelves. Ourv-r ,
Mjcl:i-i C; -8. WhatNots, etc TUis i uo i'ak-,
Lm;Io 'J i'he puces of the articles m :.. u time- a:'
from 15 cents to C. The value of the ..iit w -ii
b governed by the amount of the cash p.tel.je.
Th"?e sales will continue until the above jii.-ation. '
articles have all been given out. Come at once an'
get the choice presents.
money on your m
fnr moro thnn
who v?ant the subnanco and yet j ;ou et gee me for Fire, Life nnd
1 r xy d r,nl the time to read the whole Accident insurance. Best contracts
have no. tne . R Hueley.
Yours to Plea