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A HALT CALLED.
71ie PttltialKfK nt Their Csincus Last
Sight I lei mined lo Fight Ihe Re
publicans From Sow On.
The Popuhdt caucus met last
n;ght in the Senate chamber and a
gun went off. Tiny said we want it
Understood we are Populists, and ne
tice was seiycd upon the Republicans.
To enumerate the proceedings
-without fail, it was determined to
intrcc-uce a new bill looking to the
aid of the Confederate monument, Jo
de'"eut the proposed bill for the new
c iminal district, leasing New Han
o'er rii.d Mecklenbui undisturbed;
lo tftke out the objectionable fea
tures" from the Election bill; to
fght the county government bill,
until cumulation should be recog
nized in allowing two persons to be j
appointed cf the opposite olitical j
puty to the othtr three commission
ers, so 10 insure safety against the
negro a in the East; to kill both
hd Shaffer and Young Raleigh
chait.r buh; to oppose the chang
ing of any more charters, leaving
Ki roington and Elizabeth City the
tnly cues changed ; to assert the in
.div'dualiiy of the Populist party
t,nd to nsist further swi-1 owing up
their hitberto Jonah organisation by
the Republican whale. The kick
wa3 h fty and complete, knocking
oyer the milk and leaving the can
high in the air, There must be rest
for the wicked, unless the "wicked
one be an old sinner of the Lusk
stripe. They don't need rest ; their
dwelling place in iniquity; but th
Pops, are calling a rest, and last
night soundedf'the first long, song
note. Raleigh Observer.
We haye just bought from one of the largest othingoy
manufacturers in Philadelphia, their entire winter stock cf
Boys Knee pants suits in eassimeres and cheviots. We
cleaned up every winter suit they had and we didn't pal
more than half the regular price.
This deal gives us a big drive in Boys suits and we are
givirg our customers th full benefit of it, There is not a
shoddy suit in the whole lot. We are satisfied with the
smallest profit and therefore put this splendid lot of- boys
suits on sale at $1.25 for the Meltons, and $2.50 for the Cas
eimeres and Cheviots. These suits are worth from $3.50 to
$5.00. We make a level price of $2.50 on them and let them
go to do the people 0d, : Sizes run from G to 14.
-DURING THE HOLIDAYS-
AND WE HAVE NOT BEEN AFFLICTED WITH a
HOT BOX SINCE
To our many friends and customers we would say 1 1 a i
"When the Clouds Koll By'7 you will find us at the
Stand" with the red hottest line of
It May do as Mueli for Ton.
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, 111.,
writes that he had Severe Kidney
troubles for many years, with severe
pains in his back and ao that his
bladder was aiT-jcted. He tried
many so called Kidney cures but
without any good result. About a
year ago he began the use of Electric
Bitters and found relief at once.
Electric Bitters is especially adapt
ed to cure all Kidney ard Liver
troubles and Gften giyes almost in
stant relief. One trial will prove
our statement. Price 50c for large
bottle at Fe'zer's Drug store.
Soothe Her Sorrow.
The widow of Fred Douglas, it is
tugesteJ, might iiud another hus
band in the North Carolina liala
I INTERNA TIONAL
p Entirely New.
Abreast of the Times.
-1 Orana F.durit,r.
Successor of the
Standard of the
XL S. Gov't Print
ing Office, tlH-lMi.
Supreme Court ami
of nearly all the
"Warmly c- :n
mendeil by every
dent of Sft. !(!?,
ami other Ei'u a- k
tors almost wi:l
V College President writes: "iw .
i ' e;ise with vrhieH the eye finds the C;
" word soulit, for accuracy of d f'i;i- '
S "tion, for effecliro methods in ?rd:- f'
$ "catinjj pronunciation, for terse y t J'
" comprehensive tlatrr.icnls of f-iol-. .
"and for practical uso rs n v. oi l;I.,t;
"dictionary, V.'ehsterV InJen:itti:r;;l' c
S "excels iizjy otii r 5i-jTle 1uk:c."
Th Otto Croat $t;:n7r.rJ. J. utltorfty, k
S Fo vr:t:s Hon. 1..T. I'w.-, ju?lioi' V. s.
t ounr i. :ik- ('"m l.
(s n- c. TJr.rr.-Air co., ritbiishrr
M O l,
M. I N A R Y
I i j X
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We are just now getting an in voice of clothing that was
shipped in October, and lost on the way. Of course we would
not receiye it at this late day. . The matter was compromised
with the railroad by the shippers at 50 cents on the dollar
and now these goods came to us at that rate.
We shall give the people the advantage of this, If you
want a suit don't miss it,
FOIl LADIES: A big invoice ot Padan Brother's Fine
shoes in regular button, bluchers, and Oxfords ties, Prince
Albert Oxfords, Mullifiers and Juliets, in black and tans.
All their finest goods, made to retail at from 2 to 3 dollars.
We swept iii their whole lot of lloor goods, and put them
on sale at 61.25 and 1.50.
A carload of trunks and cravelling bags at carload prices.
H H H
IjI ZJijJL V
NIX rLOUR i
We are now selling FLOUR cheaper than it has ever bee5!
sold in Cuncord, especially when the quality of the goods is
taken into consideration.
We have just mailed to our customers, quotations which
are extremely low. What and corn always in demand at
highest market prices. We fill orders promptly and furnish
price list on application
Concord, N. C G. T CROW ELL, Prop.
ever shown in Concord. We say what we mean and mean
what Ave say. When we say we have the goods we have th?
prices, and if you will but give us a chance we will exchan,?p
you lots of good Furniture for a little cash.
COME AND SEE
Gannons, Fetzer &
We have by far the handsoest line of Molding in tin
city. Bring us your pictures. We await your bidding.
C. F- & ' l;
YOU RUN NO RISK
When you buy a Piano or Organ
from Ludden & Bates, but are abso
luteto sure of getting your money','
worth; every instrument we sell n
of an old and reliable make, whicL
has stood the test of years and is at
stankard as Gold dollars.
We don'n sell a $G00 foi$950. Not
yet. But we do seh a Piano for $250
worth every dollar of the two hun
dred and fifty which it costs.
But my! just take a. look at the
COO one. Catalogue free on'applis
and Old Sores
in Bleed Poison
PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
5 P. P. P. purifies the blood, hilMx r.p
ggj the weak and debilitate!, yriv3
etrength to weakened nerves, expola
feS" diseases, giving the r'ltient health and
sfr- hippJne93 where hlckness, plMomy
feelings and lassitude llrat prevailed.
rrgpr - For primary, aeeondary and tertiary
eyphilis, for olood poisoning, mereu-
Chr" rial poison, malaria, dyspepsia, and
in all blood and skin dioae?, lllro
blotches, pimples, old chronic ulcers.
Cii""" tetter, scald head, bc!!s, orysipnls.
eczema-wo may say, without it-ar of
?i mm in
and Kidnev Troubles
.re ciii'rely rciaivsvetl by S.!.!.
contradiction, that P, T P. ithobest
(Tfcp.-. blood purlflerln the Tv-crid.t. i;l nv-:.ej
osuive, speeuy iiuu iiernit-nent carss
Ladles rhos9 ay?t-?ris nr- n--i?.-T..d
aud whose blood i m a;j hnfn c-::i'i-t!'n,
due to r-!fn?tri'"l irrcni.Tit ?e,
ai . peeuli:- rly ("nc. e.l by tr - "v .a
drful tori? nd b!oovi lanPi i-v r"n
erties of P. P. P.-Pricey '
Keut and Potassium.
f!r-?.:::-ir-rf:i.r)1 :-To. , .".i,?. 1-lt'n 1'-'..
n sp"a.z in t: o ji'vl-.-t t ri-
eiiiT:i, the greatest blood purifier on
A3e-tket, O.. July 21, 0
Ms;-shs Lii-PMAN linos., fc-avannah,
Oa. : Dear Sii?s I bought a bottle of
Tour P.P. P. at Hot Springs. Ark.. and
it has done me more good than three gra
months' tj-iiitment at the Hot Springs.
Send three bottles C. O. D. rS2J
Respectfully yours,, -17
JAS. M. NEWTON,
Aberdeen, Brown County, O. 3
Capt. J. D. Johnston. S5P
o7 trAom may concern: I bere- 0mZP
by t istify to the wonderful properties - -f7
ox l P. P. for erupt ions of the skin. I
pilf ered for several years with an un-
rightly and disagreeable eruption on
my face. I triod every known reme-
dy but In vain, until P. P. P. was used, Su
and am now entirely cured. -ja
f;.T'.!r.- Cz.r.r-jV Cured.
Tec'r.yrcmrhe Zfaysr cf SequinTcx,
SKQt-iv, Tex., Ja'ior.ry 14, 193.
i,!Prv:; liuo.-'., Savannah,
Ga. : O'entl :":enl have tred your P.
P. P. f-? a 'Mte:!:" : of tbt Kin, usually
i if r-va as a li in fr.ncer,cf thirty jvnrs
(--niiirtr, and found credit relief: iC
. i r
? ii at ion frrn. t.o S 'lt o;
.'."! pr.T'.!;tH p.- f rv:-.;.i.-u of the
I hnro ta':en 2veor six botllcs
r. ' .'.!.;' !rr.t th-.t ---thcr cr:.re
v, .ii t Qt'ci a i- ue. It ha- j.l.o relieved
rr:t from i .' "n r.r-d tt.o::.i" ch
t a 4? a ,,r
v.i -.v f rd r!
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a.io ;'pv .:l i-
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iiika Musis Mi
MAIN HOUSE SAVANNAH. GA.
CHARLOTTE BRANCH, W. M. WHEELER, Manage
v u ' a KinO:-;::
OGinches wide atj83c per yard,-
nix to see our rcrelion ITaiubum
and Ireiting. TLey
Kdl Kol K.i Wash Silks for Ev
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