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BY JAMES P. COOK.
jFPfCE IX CASTOR BUILDING
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Concord. IN. C.
It id said that Marion Butler,
when hearing of the declartione of
the Suite Democratic Executive
Committee;, was amused. U ie re
niarkable. When amused, thre
must be smiles wUu To gut up a
omile on that terrible and repulsive
countenance, id t;lory enough for
Tf those resolutions, by the Stat
Democratic Executive Committee, le
accepted ; what shall be done wiih
tb platform pat out by th Nck.-iml
Democratic Convention, if it does
rut tally with the State erticlea. In
reality, doe3 the tioding of the com
mittee represent the Democratic
raiment in the State.
Tiie real name of Earner is not
known. It is not practicaole to
make Kernel's real name known.
So far as the public is concerned,
the corresponding- in question may
be a woman. That Dr.Herring.the
genial dentist friend of ours in Char
lotte, may not have to carry more
than it would be his pleasure to do,
j the Standard would say for tne
4The good order of the day was i benefit of those who think Jhini
CONCORD, MAY 22, 1805.
Till SOUTH CABOLIXIASN.
remarkable. Of all the 35,000 or
UVV00 t-cple on the streets not one
wtu: Hurt. There wr no pocket
kicking or swindling and only two
drunken persons w-re seen ; one a
veteran last nipht, and a man in the
early morning. In all this world
there was never a more orderly
throng of people This is the com
ment of visitors aud residents alike."
Thia come !ro:ri a Kaigh cor
respondent of !.!:. Charlotte Ob
server. It is a remarkable and
Jl f : cii'Uiiks m a crowd of 35,
OoO people Tnia is a record that
challenge ihe world. It cannot be
Korner that such is not the case. If
thcra be one in Concord, whom the
elegant picture that accompanies
Korner's contributions suggests a
likeness, we say now that he io not
the one. Perhaps the fashions of
the 20th century may cause Korner
to dreas aud appear like the figure
that heads Korner's articles
The State Democratic Executive
Committee met in Raleigh, Mcnuy
night, aud adopted a series of rtao
lutioua. We print them elsewhere.
Th.'it. tuv HYrwa t.hf Ron t'nipnts of
'jurpnsseu. it jmk-3 id piouu. !
Ah this mediis something k , the ma.i jritJ of the democratic party
in tlie Lt::te, the committee doubt
13 t:-t N'tth Cirolinin- m
tiicv du n
b-lt hi:; ' v.!
vi 1 -i..nd
.hi. hi ; it m:an.s that I h;ul f(Ji believing. The
I foamr tion e to the pleasure o7 Ca-
if mi.--. no uurrua ucmowaLV on taia i;i;e. i:
Tho Raleigh ews & Observer
says editorially about the resolus
L' nr r- .-.olntloas of the Democrat
ic State Executive Committee, pub
Siahl yes erday, commit the party
in North Carolina to no new policy.
Tne last State Convention declared
that it construed the National plat
form to favor free coinage at 16 to 1.
This is the Democratic chart it is
the pillar of cloud by day and of fire
by night that the people have
learned to trust in,
We have been right all along, and
will win only by being consistent in
devotion to oi-aietallism,"
The Charlotte Observer eaya ed'
torially on the earn ? date :
THE RACKET STORE
Just Think of It-We Save
You Money on Nearly
DRY GOODS DEPAPRTENT.
.... , , Fiftyv Be vgu inch bleached linen table damask 40 cents per vard v(
Carolina politics as they seek to three inch turkery'.red table damask 27ctS-)er yard, iiy.
float into port aain on the free eil. inch table oil cloth aL l.cta pe- yard.
t - -o
yer tide. It ib no good."
Complete Eecovery by the Use of
" Some years ago, as a result of too
close attention to business, my health
failed. I became weak, ner ous, wad
unable to look after my interests, and
manifested all the symptoms of a de
cline. 1 took three bottles of Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, began to improve at once,
y :.u kjiUon put
nnd f'rmlually increased my weight from
one hundrcl and twenty -live to two
.ur ;-,pi- iKlCUrae sobriety, 11!:'J h F1 f-' OIU deJiocraliO p. O- j Jhunda.-d pcuads. Siiwc then. I and icy
, , ....... , ; , r.f ; Pie oi vuULbiiij well u& tie iii-'.i-i , ,
- - ' ( il1 ,s-t' 0i 1 n.'.-d.-d, him wo arc all in t ie best of
;':t.?: f rJni'V;!'rvj fo,if 1 ujj nr.-- rnii.
sei ;iti'e anu uo naotiiV
-Mi -it r noor 0'.".::in)j.!i or us. i ' """j ji-
T..L-.7 live t :.o l :id sou?.-, on f he j opinio:! ni-d s-.ear iiy Mi.i-.i uiie
tr, ''"''!' "1"! ti!t';i 6 W ceil' Al tiitui UiO
lioiior to the Tatii:ory of the brave
;r;-j that Noble eenthueiit,
luc-i that i v-.as f.
. C del , from
v. rv i.-jion o
' t'Vl' ! ':":3 9J.
SUU. to do duty
of mer, who,
j 'j'he tact thrt much i
admonishes us all io '
land hold our. to t ..? 1
cherries are ripe, blwciibrrl
m r 'it,
health, fact which wc altr,lau to
Ay. rV --r.-;.-!;!ril!.t. I bit x-- ;v.y hib
dn-n wo'dd have been fatherless tfvday
h-.i'i it V.-..1 be.en for Aei's Saisaj.ai :i!a,
'- v, i : .' T cirr' r s;.y
d: " Tr, O. Hivson, IV ,nn t,er and
l'huiter, Kinard's, S. C.
AVER'S PHIs Savo Doctor's SH?
: .:rd h!
! tiu Jane K,ip'.c a;e cc-loriag j -6"a
I ana red oats are out in heads. An- yvJUfi3 YOf IV UMivii
j other pull, eteady but sure, villi S --
L'onoi '.o vvhoin honor is due.
'-'at 41 days since The Stadapj
took oc asion to comment early
:;rain;ij;:. It is painful tc un t0ray up iu Q.
know tnat not a few regard td it the
fetch us to wher;i food is plentiful
Hat then ou. cpp;tituJ
crippled with this silver tide that ic
V h a.? n:v:-h of a share in tue
thedoy of a minister' of Cmcord
ind no: the theology of thid ofllcc.
Whenever anything goes on this
pa'f u no. edited or pretends to he
:iirj;!DMi, it bek-: in this ofiice and
var? no1.: contributed directly or in
:. by an outsider. We tnke.
vbCAs'.on to say that we write our
own e'vuil, and we must protest
a?iist .'Hiy disposition v.to attribute
.i-jj of our theology or editorial mat
ter to the bram of any minister.
This is in justice to others. We are
personally responsible for what goes
on this page, except the typograpical
-rrora occurring, unless the earn
Igarka indicate unmistakably ethers
Tho Republican.: will hate foxvy
three members of th) next United
States Senate provided Dupont, lie
publican, is admitted from Dele
wire. The Democrats will have
but thirty -seven. The Populist
have eight. But Tillman and lrby
claim to be Democrats. Kyle has
usually voted with the Democrats.
This would make forty Democrats.
Alien, of Nebraska, may vote with
them ako, Butler is counted as a j
Republcan in fact, while Jones and
Steward of Nevada are Republicans
jj2 bicycle as their husbands j i
R or brothers. Women's bi- &
Vou Liuet L , , i
nfcn.n B cycles have been con.- &
paratively heavy. Nov; a:
oot fafl to so-
oara it copy
Eyery time we declare that the
achbne of winter is broken, a cold
spell follows. Will not some one
petition us to quit this weather bush
There ie the essence of tne irony
of fate in the case of Col. Jim Rus
sell, about whom our local columns
speak. Given hh liberty in the
sight of an officer armed with pow
era and papers to arrest! It is not
giving him the chance a cat does its
prisoner, the mouse.
light as the men's --or Vj I
lighter. Let us show you g
the graceful, easy-run-
ning models in tL:s ycai's
Columbias, $100 1
or Eartfcris, $80 $60 $50
Leaf.etF, ar.d infermation us
to dress and riding, free if
G. L. PATTERSON, AGENT,
CONCORD, N. C.
TCaiiKion House Laundry.
I am the Concord repesentatiyo
of the Mansion House Steam Laun
dry, of Greeuville. S.C. If you
think of wearing nicely done-up
collors, cufffl and shirts, come see
me ind find out cost.
You will be paid for ail articles
orn or lost. You can leave your
bundles at the Furniture Store,
whether I am presant or not, It will
receive prompt attention.
I send basket off Tuesday and it
returns Saturday morning.
Come around and see'me
mh!3 3m J. N.Bell-
P. Vr. li., a white jeans corset worth 50c for 45. Madam Griswcld'
h3aUh corsot wast, worth 31.59 for 55c to close. Madaino Or;;,
wold's $3-00 corsets for S7c. Madome Griswold's Misses
corsets 50c. C. B. corsets for 91c. Double V. cor
set waists only 45c, this wist has never sold
for less than $1- Nursing corsets at
93c. 5 hook corset stays at 10c.
ladies underwear department.
Skirts 55c to 1.68. Gowns i'Jc to $1. 19, corset covers 2oc up, cue:.. -ise
38 to 75c, drawers at 45 to 55c, while Ipwii aprons with uir;
ana laco str'e 30c, percalo aprons 15c, gingham aprons
10c, percale shirt waists 50c, percale bonnets 25c,
White bonnets or any of tbt above artis
clcs made to order on short notice
Gauze vests 5c up. Our
gauze vests will not
be in until 11th.
DOWLAS ASSOPTED, GOOD VALUE
Towels well assorted up to $1.95 per pair, Fancy colored tidy towels 1
to 35c. Fourteen inch toweling at 5ct3 per yard. Lace pillow shams
35c pr pair. i8 inch scrim lor curtains 5c. 38 inch printed silk&N
line for drapeiy 10c. 41 inch thin white muslin with large bow
knots woven it 25cts per yd. 3G inch yellow mnsha 'with
yellow and blue llowers wove in ai 1-2 cts p . r yd.
29 inch white muslin writh side stripe ' with either
vihite or yellow woven figures woved in at 19
dbnts per yard, these are the latest curtain
materials, make cool, airy
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT, NO. .
One dollar laco curtains 3 vds ion? at 72 i 3tfl nar r.air. Wi, fnk.: ir a
for curtains at all prices up to ?40 per pair. 21 yds wTida Vdeftcheu vp:
porill sheeiing only 20c per yard, worth 30c. 32 inch feather tick::
12lc. Cti inch eitra soft iinished bleaching ui bc woi th 10 c. i::.
blGached cambric same as Lonsdale only 8jc, Printed lawns 5 to
lie. iavy blue organdy ioj. rr mtod sateen at 10 to 32c. iic,
ratccn cashmere finished only 11c. White bored murlin rr
nainsook 7 1-2 to 12c. White b.a-ed rni strirpcci divnty
10 io 19cf 3 uor yard. 7 1-2 ci. ginghum at ic. Rjv . y
bleached cotton flannel 10c. "White wool liannol
12 l-"2 cts up. All wool red flannel 15 eta per
y,r. J. up. 27 in-. blcQchcd butcher's linen
25c. DrosB hnhie: cambric 5c per yd
ilaek dross lining wiln while back
7 1 -c. Crir v an 5c p?-r y;L 44
inch white satin and lace
apron 2aw?i o'i'' 15o,
IIOISERY AND GLO V E-DEPARTM.F l
atip -t. black hose worth 10c for 7 1-2. Ladies fast black -V-ui.
hooO vOi.'tii 20s lor 10c. Ladies fast black seamless hose at 15c. L'i h
Hermsdorf black seamless hoe at Ir:?. Lr. dies Ho; mdorl Ua.
fceamleea hose from15 to 38c per pair. Ladies imitation Brdlri ;-.
nose at 10c. Ladies heavy mixed colored scamlesa hose l
hisses fast black cordarov ribbed seamless hoo o to 6 1-2 in at
10 ct?j per pair, worth douole. Infants fast blcc k eamh
hose 10 c. 4 pairs heavv trray mixed seamless box for 2rc.
Extra fino seamless sox in mixed colors and blaci: at
:0c. Stainless navy blue, brown or Hermsdori
black box at 15c per pair. Men's fancy
striped lisle sox at 20c. Men's brown
lislo sox at 30c. Fast black lisle sox
at 40c. Ludies black Bilk mitts
15c up. Ladies summer
gloves 10 cents up.
GENTS FURNISmNcTDEPARTMEN i
V.Tiito lawn band bown 12c, silk or black satin bows worth 10 to
is each, light colored silk scarfs 15c up, 4nsbandties 25c up
proof collars 10c, linen collars 8 to 10c, waterproof culls 1 i : !
cuffs 15 to 25c, handkerchiefs 5c up, suspenders 9c up, 25 ct ou V"r
17c,sox 5c up, extra value at 6, 71-2 and 15c, 75c gold plated stu
and shirt buttons at 50c per set, collar buttons 5c per dozen n
extra value in night shirts at 67 ls2 c, "our own ' Wamsutt n
unJaundericd is as good as any shirt on the market our
price is 82c. The Electric is made of New York mills mus
lin, this is a good value for $1, we sell it for G7 1-2 cents
Our 400 shirt for 48c, has no equal. Wo hivo a 50c t
nhirt, made with a double front and back for 39c, our
dandy is the best 25ct white shirt vou ever bought
We have these laundered at an extra cost of 15c,
e have the best fitting percale in negligee
shirt in Concord and as good percalo ie
made in America, our price 40c,
launderied 55c, very cheap.
D. J. BOSTIAN.PROP'R