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CODED l PI!
HER WONDERFUL PROGRESS
THE PAST YEAR.
OUINCOHD, N. C, THTJRS DAT DECEMBER 17, 1896.
Whole NO. 1,583
pen Pictures of Onr City as She is
Today-Her Nplendld Churches,
schools, Banks, Hotels, Newspapers
.Her Immense Manufacturlnir
xy- Wtn 10 assistants .nH oq U v . .. . -r ,
, ncora High School for a capital of $50 000 that marks the
: na temaIe8 nder the enterprise of '96. . This bank will
mur r . v - nouana probaoly secure its charter in time
-"P30D assisted by his brother, to present its sign and open its doors
x-ror. waiter R Thompson, with 53 for buRinPSa bv th 15r.H' nf .Tannavv
I Pupils, which is -the full capacity of '97. Beside the usuk ban king basi-
c uuimmg ana marks a most sat- nesa it embraces, as its name.indi
lsiaotory season of prosperity in the
nistorv of r.h? onoriAm. ti . !. . .... -
Plants and Prosperous Merchants,! . A , , "WCUiJ x "PonM UCS Ot 8mall dep08lt8. Its Officers
ner lawyers, Doctors, Dentists, . u rnuea ocnooi, under the pnn- are : President, D F Cannon, Vice-
vinff Community. fclpwn i,ffin, . j v, vSv , mu..-a,
f "6!, efficient and accomp- J o Uibson ; Teller, H I Woodhoase.
vuo uuuuioa ouu luut jcara ago mucu may leacners. (Jbor the con
Cabarrus became a eonnty formed I venience of small children one
of territory embraced in Mecklcn- branch of this school is taught at
burg county. county seat formed Forest Hill and one at Cannonviile.) ' Mr. G. CaUloutte, Drug. at
no small part of the vexing questions the total enrollment is 514, which Bearerville, 111, says: To Dr. King's
on which men differ. The location is greater than any previous enroll New discovery I owe my life. Was
was a compromise and Concord was ment : The Colored Graded School taken with La Gripbe and tried all
the name that it was hoped would J F K Simpson, principal, with Physicians for miles about but
CMhiDg - at - Cannons -& -
TH Discovery Saved His Life.
No doubtlabout if we are better fixedlto
xlease8,Trou in1 Clothin thanlwe have-ever
Men's Suits, latest and
of no avail and was
given up and
j ' " " V"""-, vjiauc 1 1 ij f ..-m .1 . : Tini tw
Rlnwlw hnf. afoarlt I v bVio lias 1 K Ti arnl,;Ql rll j xxoixiS ai.
, , --w-.j .us UM -. vvuuuu.,. uuiureu Kincr's New Discovery in my store I
torgea ner way 10 ue ironc ranK oi xiev. jy. uaKKe, principal, Uent for a bottle and becan its use
prosperous towns in the State and aud Prof. E F Rolf and Mies Mamie and from the first dose began to
with all her varied interest probably Person, assistants with 100 pupils, set better, and after using' three
the name Concord was never, more Mrs. S V Eivin, with 34 ounila. bottles was uo and about again. It
fitting than at this time. ' Her pop. Miss Kate Gibson, with pupils. " worm ns weignt m gold. We
, i. u av uao t .4, won't keep store or hojse without
.ulation seems to be m the enoy. Miss Barret, with pupils., it. Get a free trial at Fetzer's
ment of peace and good will. The Holy Reform School, Rev. Drug Store.
Wi'fVinnf nntincr nrliaf. ha tnvon 1 UllVfr StftnP.il "Lwifh nnnilc A 1
...vw-v . . , i fo CUBE A COLD in ONE DAT
BaauruiWUUU uc.cu. wo FiuFuo.iu .wu.w,uW,,., Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
review ner as sne 18 toaay ana wnat acner, wun pupns. lets. AH druggists refund the
she has accomplished in '96. factcbies
A casual glance knows the town I yur lextue manuiactonei are
to be in the Piedmont section on probab y our leading interest and
the great Southern . Railway which embrace 8 mills and 1 bleachery.
has learned her importance for car- The Oiell Manufacturing Co, con
trols five mills. Mr. J M Odell,
President, and W R Odell,Secretary
and Treasurer, , They manufacture
sheeting, ginghams, domestic?, plaids,
Suits, latest and
' - - do -
money if it fails to cure, 25c. ml4
Por Hent. . '
F V Snell's 5 room house back of
graded school. Beef
A; L. Sappenfield.
A Good and Valuable Boob.
New State Directory for North
j . , ,'. , Carolina. in limited edition, price $5
Eeam and seamless- bags, Ihey p03tpaid.- Order at once of
Raleigh, N. C.
. rying trade.
" : CITY GOV. BNMENT
The town has a good and safe
government with L McKee Morrison
as mayor, with L D Duval, A M
Brown, R F Coble, J 0 Fink, J K
Patterson an.d G T Crowell as alder-
"leu. I knncla Am nlrrnrf QAft ntl f Vl on "frt f f I : ir TTT 11 C 1 J
uciwccu txxc vAtifciiico I of about 24,000,000 ards per year girl, has four fully developed
densome taxation on the one hand i Mn lnnrtr.nu f diiannn thumbs. She is a resident of
mu. r Bndgeton. N. J., and attends-ecnool
v,rt ;-0;M rinm.nrii a , . ... . . . there. The thumbs are oi fall size,
wo iUWca6 - - comprises 55 mills, J M Udell, rresi- eQuiDDe(i with nails and regular in
growing town .on tne otner tnese dent j w Cannon, Secretary and all respects their location and extra
Bturdy fathers look well to every i Trpftnnrp ThiR onmnanv has a number. They extend outwardly
I 1 J t ' i. .f.'iL
trom tne oiner oase oi eaca ui mo
number 28,000 spindles, 1326 looms
for plaids etc and 12 looms for d&wapll
seamless bags. Capital S500.000,
terest of the town.
Concord has no bar rooms and
therefore Mr. J L Boger and Mr.
S C Fiaher, are able to hold down all
the toughs in its 6,300 inhabitants
besides the immense number who
gather here for purposes of business
capital of $200,000, 17,000 spindles,
500 looms, employs 400 hands and
has a monthly payroll of $5,000,
The Cabarrus Mill, with D F Can
non Secretary, is our youngest cotton
mill but like all the others is pros
perous, running day and night. It
regular thumbs, lying along -the
others as the fingers do by tbe side
of one another, and are the eame
length as the regular thumbs.--Ex.
or pleasure, though additional police nas 4 500 8pindles 278 looms, capi
tal $100,000, number of hands em
ployed 150 with a monthly payroll of
These factories combined consume
14,000 bales of cotton yearly.
The $20,000 paid monthly la cash
force might be good.
The great conservator in any com
munity 13 the church, and Concord
ie not wanting.
On stated occasions the bells ring
ASK tlie recoverca
dyspeptics, bilious suf
ferers, victims of fever
and . ague, the mercurial
diseased patient, how
they recovered health.
cheerful spirits and good
appetite; they will teH
you by taking Simmons
I - - CUB I .
The Clieapett, Purest and Seat Family "
Medicine in the World! '
For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION. Jaundice,
Bilious attacks, SICK HEADACHE. Colic, Depres
sion of Spirits, SOUR STOMACH, Heartburn, etc.
This unrivaled remedy is warranted not to contain
a single particle of Mercury, or any mineral substance.
butS PURELY. VEGETABLE;
tKre Southern Roots and Herbs which an
all-wise Providence has placed in countries where
out the call to worshippers to assem- or its equivalent and is not in scrip
ble under the ministry of Rev.J O B or tickets, limited to one place of re
Miller at St. James', Rev. W O Air dempiion.
exander at the First Presbyterian banks.
church, DrrJ A Davis at All Saints, finandal pulse of enterprise aS rJ!
ReV. J J Payseur at the BaptlSt from a cenfcre fchat ig gener. pVriver Complaint are a bitter
church, Rev. H A Mcuullougn at ftlly the baDk. Concord has sus
St. Andrews, Rev. J D Arnold at taine, or has been sustained by,
Forest Hill, Rev. A Kji Pool at Thft concord National Bank, since
Chapel Forest Hill, Rev. J E Thomp- ll88 It has a capital of $50,000
son at Central M E Church, Rev. J wUh a surpia8 0f $21,000. Mr. J
F Davis at Trinity Reform, Kev. N 0dfiH j preaident, Dr. W EE Lilly,
1 Bke at Grace E L Church, Rev. yice.president, D B Coletrane,
J S Settle at Zion Hill church, Kev. cashier and L D 'Coletrane, assis
J F Logan at Westminster cnnrch,
Rev. W O Veal at Alliadn Groye
cnurch, Rev. A J :Gorham at Price
Memorial Temple,1 Rev., W M Mills
at Mt. Moriah, JRev. Oliver Stancil
at Holy Comforter church.
Educational advantages are rarely
fiurpassef in a town of her size and
iabracfa Scotia Seminary, a Col
lege for colored females under the
Presidency of 'Rev. D J Saterfield,
try, Ga.; Col. h,. aparics, AiDany,oa.; xiaaicr
I - W Burke. Macon. G.: Vireii Powers,
taut cashier.- This bank practices
no evasions of the law and lends
money at legal rates. It has the
proud, record of ueyer losing a loan
and when it has money to lend, al
ways lends without discrimination
to, whoever will make it a safe note.
It has been in touch with the growth
of onr factoiy stock from $200,000
to $924,000 ' . ;
' The volume of -business in the
town and community'has given birth j Box 882. and one win b yon tree.
or bad taste in the mouth ; Pain in the Back, Sides or
Joints, often mistaken for .Rheumatism ; oui
Stomach; Loss of Appetite; Bowels alternately
costive and lax; Headache; Loss of Memory, with a
painful sensation of having failed to do something
which aught to have been done; Debility; JLow
Spirits; a thick, yellow appearance of the Skin and
Eyes ; a dry Cough, often mistaken for Consumption.
Sometimes many of these ; symptoms attend the
disease, at others very few ; but the Liveb, the largest
organ in the body, is generally the seat of the disease,
and if not Regulated in time, great suffering, wretch
edness and JDEATH will ensue. '
The following highly-esteemed persons attest to the
irtues of Simmons Liver Regulator: Gen. W. S.
Holt, Pres. Ga. S. W. R. R. Co. ; Rev. J. R. Felder,
Sutt. Ga. S.W. R. R. ; Hon. Alexander H.Stephens.
We have tested its virtues-personally, and kno'w
that for Dyspepsia, Biliousness and Throbbing Head
ache, it is the best medicine the world ever saw. Vt
triri fhrtv other remedies before Simmons Liver
Regulator, and none of them gave us more than tern-
Crary relief; the Regulator not only relieved, Dut curec
,-.Ed. Telegraph amd Messenger, Macok, Ga,
; manufactured only by -
'" J. H. ZEUJLN & CO Philadelphia. ,
I wast every man and woman in the United
6tates interested in the -Opium and Whisky
habita tn have one of mr books on these diS-
m mm aa m m m a.
eases. Address jb. ju. woouey, Atlanta, ua
We guarantee to save vou'mone.
HATS AND CAPSiFOR EVERYBODY.
CAM MOMS & FET ZE R
Election retiirns areTiotliing compared to 'the re
sults you receive by trading with Dry & Wadsworih.
who are wide awake and uptodate. People are apt -to
believe what they see and the Doubting Thomases
can be quickly conyinced of the truthfulness and
correctness of what we say by calling at once. 'Tis
only a few days till 'Xnias and everybody i? begin
ning to look around for Santa Claus. His head
quarters this time are at the
He says if you like'comfort and ease buy one of Dry
& Wadsworth's Big Kocking Chairs or the Ladieb'
sizes for your wife. Or if you wantto sleep well and
rest easy buy onp of the Raleigh Wire Spring Matv
tresses, best in tne world, or one of the handsomest
lounges. They have them at all prices from $4,00 to
$25, and to make your parlor look up-todate and
in style buy a parlor suit and to fit up a room nicely
buy one of these handsome suits,the prices are low.
IT THE TRUTHS
Yes sir, We have?everythingTm the furniture line.
Chairs of all descriptions. Tables all; sizes and
styles. Big lot of Pictures, Window Shades, Cur
tain Polls, Ladies' Desks, Office Desk s, W ardrobes,
Sideboards, China Closets and everything to make a
home pleasant and a wife happy. Beginning from
today and during the holidays we propose to give to
each cash purchaser'a nice and useful piece of fur
niture, consisting of Hat Racks, Music Backs, Comb
and Brush Shelf, Book Shelves, " Corner ' Brackets,
Medicine Cases. What Nots, etc. This is no fake,
'Sure Go." The piices of the articlesrmeantime are.
from 15 cents to 16. The rvalue of the present will
be governed by the amount of f the cash purchase.
These sales will continue until the above mentioned
articles have ail been given out.QCome at - once and
getlthe choice presents, , ' ;
Yoxtrs to lease,