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Byron remarked .that Vwhen things
are ;at ..- their -worst thay sometimes,
There is good, Je.ajbrj 7 o . tbeWp,
that we are at the turn of the tide t;
in national finances and in general
The JoumalrwethinJc, taafihown,
that the bad s';a'e of affairs which
vejUave endured during the past.two,
eara resulted from legislation which
was .fastened, upon the country by a
The Sherman silyer purchase act
demora ized the currency and im.
parted business confidence.
The McKiuley tariff cat down
the revenues of the government and
diminished our exports as wejl.aaj.
onr imports, thus making a double,
cut at our prosperity
Both of the e acts have b en re
pead by the prereut Democratic
adminstratior. The removal of
these two main causes of our action
was the Grst necessary step, to , the
restor v ion of our national health,
but so deep had their effects pen
etn.ted that the cure could not be
That it is btirg worked and will
soon b3 complete we think the syrru
It will be observed that the driin
of gold from the treasury has de
creased since it vu3 known that an
other issue of bends was to be made
which would bring us $100,000,000
of European gold. So the worst of
the raid on the treasury's gold re
serve seems to be past;.
The beuifjct-nt effects of the new
tariff are being felt in a most grati
fying way. While the cost, of living
has been materially reduced, the
revenues of the governuitnt have
been increaseu by larger importa
tions. A few days ago when Mr. Wilson
declared in the house of representa
tivts that the government's receipts
would equal its expenditures this
year, he was jeered by the Republi
can member?. But jeers do not ef
fect facts and the facts are marsh
alling themselves every day to sus
tain Mr. Wilson's prediction.
Secretary Carlisle declares that
not only will the reyenues of the
government this year enable it to
meet all iis obligations, but that
there will be a handsome surplus.
The ebb has reached its lowest
point and the tide is turiiing. The
good effects of the Democratic tariff
are just beginning to be appreciable
and they will become rapidly more
The cheering assurance which
com? from those who arq. in com
inand, .of, tthe government ;will do
much to restore confidence and in
But the daily evidence that the
government's income is increasing
will do still more.
We are, confident , that the jvorst
is past and that the gloomy forebod
ings tl the croakers will socoi be
belied by the iiappy course of events
A man doesn't generajly gej a bad
leputation. without, deserving it, but
il sticks to bin after he has ceaaed
to deserve it.
Muncie, Ind.. Feb. 7. Mbndav
near Blountcville.an old boiler used
by some men sawing wood on a farm
exploded; four men were killed and
London, Feb. 7. In the houao of
commons to-day formal notice was
Riven, of the introduction, of.". -the
Welsh rhurch disestablishment, the
lnsh land and tha loc'il veto bills,
Wtoyieiinst boagihfrom one of tha. largest othingoy,
Manufacturers ib lirtlpbia, .. their. entire winter .stock xJ
Boys'nee pants sult;;to cassimeres. and chevjots. We,
aned up every winter suit they had and we didn t pal
rriorq Uia-u half the regular price.
J : This deal gives us a big drive in Boys suits and we are
givino; our customers . the full benelil of it. There is not a
shoddy suit in the whole iot. We are satisfied with the
smallest' profit and therefore put this splendid lot of boys
:snitS4m-?ae;at.,l.l;) for the Meltons, and $2:50 for the Cas
siraeres and Cheviots. These suits are worth from $3,150 to
$6;0()., , We make a level price of 2.50 on them and let ihem
:go to db-the people cocul, - Sizes run from 6 to 14.
We are just now getting an invoice of clothing that was
shipped in October, and lost on the way. Of course we would
not receiye, it A tlrs la'.e day. The matter was compromised
with the railroill by the shippers at f0 cents on the dollar,
and now these dhods came to us at that rate.
We shall give! Mir people the advantage of this. If you
want a suit don't mis it,
FOR LADIES: A big invoice ot Padan brother's Fine
shoes in regular button, bluchers, and Oxfords ties, Prince
Albert Oxfords, Mulliiiers and Juliets, in black and tans.
All their iinest goods, made to retail at from 2 to ;i dollars.
We swept in their whole lot of lloor goods, and put them
on sale at 1.25 and 1.50.
A carload of trunks and travelling bags at carload prices.
CANNONS & FETZER,
We are now selling FLOUR cheaper than it lias ever b.n n
sold in Concord, espeeially when the quality of the goods is
taken into consideration.
We have just mailed to our customers, quotations which
are extremely low. Wh'iiand corn always in demand at
highest market prices. We fill orders promptly and furnish
price list on application
Coir-oi d, X. C-
PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
rLY AaM rUrt iiUUl
fc in Blood Poison
P. P. P. purlfles the blood, builds up
the weak ant) debilitated, Rives
diseases.givinK the patient health and
happlnesa where sickness, Kloomy
feelings and lassitude first prevailed7.
strength to weal
alcened nerves, expels
Por.prlmary.aecoadary and tertiary
ayphills. for blood poisoning, mercu
aypnms. lor Diooa poisoning, mercu-
blotches, pimples1, old chronlc ulcers.
tpttpr. scaia neaa. doiis. erysipelas.
ectenii:weinay,difc without fear of
G" contradiction. that P. P. P. Is the beat
positive, speedy andpermanent cures
in an cases.
and whose blood la in an Impure condl-
Ladies whoae. systems are poisoned'
S3 tlon. due to menstrual irregularities, , ?L P, 'oum Krcat relief: it
ore pecnliariy benefited by the won- P"68 l,he b',d ,.an! removes all ir-f-derful
tonic and blood cleansing prop- rltatfon from the Beat of the diflea.e g"
ertiesof P, P- P.-Prickly Ash, Poke
Ttrtnt find Potaasimn.
' 8PRINQFIELT). Mo. . Aug. 14th. 1803.
I can speak in the highest terms of
n,ifmMlMnA frnmmv nnn nopunniil
knowledge. I was affected with heart
disease, pleurisy and rheumatism fot
3d y ears ,, was treated ty tne very oetz
-w . physicians ana spenc nunareas or aoi
ta" lars, tried.every known remedy with-'
3P out ifndlhg relief. I have only taken
one Doitiq oi jovrr:. f. ir. , auu can
cheerfully say it has donememoro
fim good than anything! have ever taken.
I can recommend your medlclno to all
csS" sufferers of the above diseases.
tmp MRS. M. M. YE ART,
Springfield, Qreen County, Mo.
O. T. CROWI L, Prop.
ami Old Sores
, . .
and Kidney Troubles
Prickly Asti. Toko Root and Potafl- EL'
irlum. the rrcatust blood porlfler on -
Aro t rxtlrvX-v removed by
ABERDItETf, O.. July 21,1891. ,
Mepprs ltvpman Bkos. t fcavannao
(in. '. Dkak Sirs I' hauirht a bottle of
voiirP. P P. at Hot Bprlntrs, Arlt .and
It h:is dono me taord Rood than tbreo '
months' treatment at the Hot springs.
Bend three bottles C. O. D.
JA8. M iJRWTON, ,
Aberdeen, Brown ?dunty, O.
Capt. J. D. Johnston
- To all wJiom it may concern: ,1 h,er
K P. P. .J pjPVif
by tastify to the wonderful properties
sigTitly and dlsaKreeablff ehiptldn on
with nn un-
my race, i triea Try Known reme
dy but In vain, until P. P. P. was used.
and sm now entlrplv pured
Skin Cancer Cured.
Tettimonv fromthe Mavor of SeauinTex.
Cla. : Gentlemen I have tried your P.'
Messhs. Lippmam Bros.. Savannah.
? p for a disease of the skin, usually
Known as skin cancer ,of thlrtyyears' tf22
yreveuts auy ireuuinn oi ino
sores. I have taken live or six bottles
e???B a cure. It has also relieved f
ana reel connaent tnnt another course
Sf" j?,iKeV"i scooiaca
trOUDleS. XOUrS truly, '
CAPT. W. M. RTJ8T,
Attorney at Law,
bock ii..SM Diseases loiiet Free.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT.
FOR BIG FOLKS, LITTLE FOLKS-
AND, ALL KINDS OF FOLK&
The Furniture Store presents for husbands, wives sons and
daughters, mother and sisters. THE FURNITURE STOKk
presents for somebody else's daughter and perhaps someb'K.17
else's sister and your own dear
J U LI R-ANN"
" No place like the FURNITURE STORE.
Ey-erybody concedes the' fact that if you want a present io;
a BRIDE or GOOM the Furniture Store of
CANNONS, FETZEB, & BELL
is the place to get it.
P. S. A carsload of presentsjust in.
C. F. & B
YOU RUN NO RISK
WHEN ROU BUY A
LUDDEN & BATES,
Buta.io absolutely sure of.getting your money' sworth,
EVERY - - INSTRUMENT
We sell is of an old and reliable make, which has
stood the test of years and is as standard as Gold
We don't sell a SC00 for $250.
But we do seell a piano for 250 worth every doN
lar of the two hundred and fifty which is cheap.
Bat my ! just take a look at the six hundred dollar one.
Catalogue Free on application.
11 and BATES, Sntium Music hmf
MAIN HOUSE SAVANNAH. GA.
CHARLOTTE BRANCH, W. M. 'WHEELER, Manager.
ONE THOUSAND YARDS OF
Worth 15 and 20 cents
go at 8 :13 cents
as OVER ALL go o d s 7
Qannons 5 Fetor