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CONCORD, DE'J 3 1893.
Thj - U viiu .it is inde that there
ck u ..ikvJ 1 I C't opposition to
rhe uion of Air. Taos. R Reed to
, v -rj hi; o' Hie Ilouee of the
y.i ', -I'M: Coiig-ess, The sta'e-
iS pi,l..li .'-l'1 busid Of
:ru h. I. 16 inert' th.tu likely that
svh-.-u the tinu c jui rs Mr. Reed will
- ;;d vithout opposition at
.-,11. A'i ' y:-t he ought not to be.
j r.hat cf the i'a'iideut him
iclf. iie.'d hates McKinley, and
,-V) I? i.e hates he i mean and
. ' lie will,, us 6teaker, use
his itiou to triwart McKinley'd
, i2 to emh irra? One admims
. ii-j'.ii iYdiciciuis u: a mean lot
jt t"-?vi!?, and when ihey conceive
.: - ii: to tttos- ?,,eir own
hou3ehoIJ. .1 . meaner
hpn thpxr a.rn fitrh finer mon nf
ihe opposition party. McKinley de
fea'ed Reed for the Presidential
nomination, and the latter is not the
kind of person to forgive an offence
like that. McKinley is right now a
candidate for the nomination in
liJUQ; so is Reed. It may be accepted
&3 a truth that neither is going to
dc anything to forward the fortunes
of the other, and it is very certain
that whenever within tb.3 next four
years the opportunity presents itself
Reed will put his knife i McKinly.
As Speaker he will have many op
portunities to do so.
It is desirable that resident Mo
Kinley should , have a Congress in
both branches in harmony with him,
and that he should haye the unre
served and hearty oo operation ,of
the presiding officer of the House
as to the President of the Senate,
that is of ' less consequence, since
this officer cannot shape legislation.
The country wants to know what
McKinley and the Republicans are
going to do with it, and wants them
to be unrestricted in the doing of it,
even by each other. It might not be
to the best interest of the Repub.
lican party that Mr. McKinley and
't ehould have unobstructed oppor
tunity to carry out their pledges to
the people, but that is what they
ought to be allowed to do. There
fore Reed should not be re-elected
Speaker, and any other obstacle that
stands in the way should be remoyed.
Sheriff Ellington, of Johiuron
county, is the Arse tosiCtle with the
State for '9G taxes.
It is rumored that lianna will U
Secretary of the Navy and Dmglev
of the' Interior.
Atlanta Bold city boi.ds at HO 5 S
Chippewa Fails, Wis., is aiLJoat
entirely deserud. The ioe gorv
continued and uu city la iljod'.d
Dynamite is b,-n. used to ore,i: ihi.
jam, but with ntik- tflecr-.
Work is beiu' pushed on the
Uiendon & Gali I'.-dlro id. Ch ;r
lotte will tiie Sjuthein rerminus.
Fiie partly destroyed Dh : he::n
pa! ace, v:ie cmn ry Kat of tii-.j ) u : ..
of Marloorough, who mani i Coii
I'here are niny. three b in 1:3 in
the State of Nur'h Carolina.
Spain is having six ironclads and
kthree cruisers tl c en out rap'di y :uj
Gen. Diaz vut ina:i!;nr;.ttd Pres
ident of rdtx;,;n t-JU':'diij, for the
Gfth cons'cur i vc c- r.fi.
Preei.dent Ck-'.Nnd wi:':i to re
organize the D T.'-crati;; ;r-y on
the Yir.v'A of the ludi'taap-jiii plat
form. A f nil brpato iv. onrf of ili-j r;r
ent hili.jii'jiis tliti , ri:i:) or woman
can have. An
tO th' "QSelvos,
mm) Mil ifeti
Ttie only time a man needs :i partner is . :
a losing business. This iwhat we are (loin.r
glassware just now. Our policy has ahvavs
while the iron is not" in a nana to ir oiuu
f t M&i-L wt r
9 9 9 9
Mice Ayer's Pills, and you will
sleep better and wake in better
condition for the day's work.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills have no.
ecju:.i as a p-'ca3ant and effeet-
I ual remedy for constipation,
biliousness, sic!: headache, and
o.ll liver troubles. They ore
sugar-coated, and so perfectly
prepared, that they cure witli
vat the annoyances experienced
in the use of so many of the
pills on the market. Ask your
drurj.'st for Ayer's Cathartic
When other pills won't
A'o you, Ayer's is
A .... L. jUl. v .
bt:t to those with !
r?i o i
whona .h,y ouiuu in o intuct. Afoul!
breath is a great (':.; uraor off.ffrc-1
ti(ir. !' ;uuld ;.i .nafdy bo mur j
bo if p'--;n!c) on!y roa , jd jut r;hrt
bad b.s ;v . ; mean:-. lad breath is j
one oi toe f-yr.ip' ,r7 oi cni-upa-tion.
Some of t? e '.her symptoms
are sour sicimieK htss of appetite,
sick and biiimn i..-.:;acho, dizziness
heartburn and di-'ia-s after eating.
These things nvn indigestion.
Thev kad to du- -pd:: and worse
things. Th y a'i -:art with consti
pation, and constipation is inexcus
able becauro it can be cured cured
easily, quickly and permanently,
by the use of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets. They give to nature just
the little help that she needs. Tnere
is no case of biliousness, constipa
tion, indigestion, "heartburn" or
any of the rest of the night-mare
breeding brood, that these little
"Pellets" will not cure.
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Send 21 cents in one cent Btamps
to World's Dispensary Medical As
sociation, Buffalo, N. Y., and receiye
Dr. Pierce's 1003 page Common
SenBe Medical Adviser, illustrated.
The Landmark saya it is asserted
that the" Republicans propose to
spend $1,000,000 to re-elect Pritch
ard to the United Stodes Senat.
1 here's a good deal of pereuasiye
force in that amount of money and
ft ftainsey can't cover the amount it
looks blue for him.
r.i w :v l c-5 ' k-i v .
ni cr rj? fnvi 4
i .r C I j : Eli.? j'
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the last of November in order to get an av ,
Christmas trade. We haven't the room . n
in order to show them ofr we had to pack :
wear and hats and many other goods. '! In .
will Lot move under two weeks. Tip-re U
ing a losing business. Our money will b I I'
a "set ling ben n-ver gets fat." This is i: .: '
want poitners on china and glassware only, .
ment to get them we will olrer the iolio
For the next ten days we Vv 111
per cent, of all the cash youSu6j-0
and glassware department.
To let these goods lie idle on our sht:r.v..
will be a dead loss to us. We can use all th
take in up to December 12th, so all the lo
cent, discount will more than be n-ade back
Christmas goods. You haye first choice d .
chance of saving 10 per cent on the goods yoi
anywny. We have but one price and tint is
figures, these are our bst and only prices :
stranger. The man who says an article :;j a .
man have it for SOcts simply means asking pk
ing price 80 cents, and may be 60 cenis in
is two conclusions to be drawn in such c:: --: ,
is ashamed of their price of the oods ry
have marked them high, enough to come (-;v
"make th'.-ir customers be!iexe of all the thona
that liye in Concord's territory they ate m
money is worch more than any one else's, t .
shov you plainly where his part comes ii; ;
pect liini when he saya he i? going to do y-..
CHIN AWARE CUPS
G.-rLuar. china 4 cU to 25 cents.
Japanese china 5 cents to 2o c?nts.
have nk;e after dinner cups and
Special j jo
both plaiti n:i nUd, at I
per pound; Tniu mj..c;' fir
mail 10 ceatd ptr iuii; L
. .North Carolina conferen M. E
church, South, Kinston, N. C, Dec.
9th,. 1896. Tickets on sale Dec. 7,
8 and 9, limited Dec, 19th, $9.20
round trip from Concord.
TD GCBEACOLD IN ONE DAY
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure. 25c.
ff ach itaKi jmatism reiie?B;
'5 bs Or. SlUes' Cierve Plasters
L.M ARCHEY, M D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Concord, N, C.
OFFICE: ST. CLOUD ANNEX
W. D. Anthon & Co.
VARNISH ERS AHu PAPER
WE WANT YOUR WORK.
Old furniture made to look as
good as new. See us.
W. D. Anthony & Co.
do26 w il
Offers to the business public a re
liable, permanent, conservative and
accomodating: banking' institution
We solicit your business with the
assurance of honorable treatment
and due appreciation of your pat
If ye can serve you at any time,
we shall be glad to have you come
and see us.
D. B. COLTRANE, Cashier.
J. M. ODELL, Pres. .
Last NoticeTown Taxes.
1 must have your taxes by the 1st
of January,' I will have to settle
with the town on that date. ' I hope
all persons owing the same will call
aud settle at once. I will be corns
pelled to advertise il not paid by
that time. I hope you will settle
and save coBts. J. L. Bogek,
Town Tax Collector.
Oct. 15, tf
Who can thlni
of some simple
rTocecc your laeas: tr,fv TmT i 'r vmi nmoiih
Write JOHN WEUDEUBlJKN '&, Co.. Patent Attor
ne8t.asilin8trn' D- C., for their $1,800 prize offer
nd lUt of tw; nundred inv?.: tsi
w luiormaiion ana iree nanaoooic write to
MUNN & CO., S61 Broadway, New-York
Oldest buren for securing patents ia America,
Every patent taken out by us la brought before
the public by a notice given free of charge in the
Largest clrcnlatloa of any scientific paper in the
world. Solendldly illustrated. No intelligent
mcu. shoulJ.be without it. Weeklv, 3,OOa
rear; $1.50 six months. Address. MUNN A CO.
i'ciinis, 3 CI Uroadway. New York City.
aucers at 10 rents tbat we sold ra j Clb cents ji
, .1 m . fa . nun t
S A- , K.' AO.. J J I
P L A T E S.
Child ABC plates at 5 and 10
cents. Bread and butter plates 5
cents up. Dinner plates 10 cents
each. Cake plates 18 cents up to
98 cent ones that are worth SI 50
elsewhere. Jelly or olive plates 12
cents up. Brownie plate, cup and
saucers 20 cents for the three pieces.
ALL NICELY DECORATED.
Bone 5 cents; Bowls 10 to 55 cts;
China mugs 3 cents up; Shaving 18
cents; Bisqu figures 5 ;to 20 cents;
Individual cream and sugar sets 10
cents up, with china tray 25 to 98
cents; Tea sets containing tea pot,
sugar, cream and two cups and
saucers 60 cenN to $1.85; Pitchers
assorted from" 75 cents down; Tea
pots 15 csnts ' to ceiits; Toast
racks 25 cents; Vases from " 10 cents
to $2 48 each; Porcelain umbrella
stands $3; Lamps and glassware to
arrive soon will be' includedQin the
We have about three times as
much china, porcelain, glass, etc. as
we had lr.it year.
Globe 2 to 10 cents; handker
chiefs 15 to 25 cent; Waste paper
20 cents; Lunch 10 to 15 cents;
Large close hampers 88 cts to $1.44;
Laquere trays 20 cents; Paper nap-
Kins 10 cents per Hundred.
v c o Ij , xi a.
Embroidery silk at Uo :kti:
for 1 cent; Best Kilo silk, as.-orte
5 cents elsewhere; Oatliningpk
cents per skein; Colored linen
20 cents dezen; Turkey red or b:ci
cotton 5 cents dozeD; bbaded cn
chet cotton 4 cents per bail o; ..J
yards; Gold embroidery o ctnm
skein; Stamped Duck table love,
with fringe 40 cents ; -Feather boa
65 cents; Feather Coilerettes
Ladies capes $1.30 to $5 00;
rens Cloaks, all wool, at $1.2 I';-
nants of silkoline worth 10 to 14
at7i cents; Remnants of fw
Satteen for Drapery worth 2- ces
nf 194 pontc- Rpmnants of P'inte
W. V A mm r V ) w L
Denim, worth 25 cents at lo m
Remnants of Colored Cotton M'-j
nnl fnrabirfa tenrth 1 0 tO 15 CeCa
8J to 10 cents; Cotton YMM
71 rnr r not" iarr'
per pair up; Home-made toi.-j
$1.25; Crib Counterpane? Is )
lull sizea, wen aesuncu, 6-
3 cents; Twenty-nine inch cow;
stripes, same siyiew ,
A. Cl nant OutlC
o cts. light colored Uatm? -Ail
Wool Red Flannel l-cU
inrh Blank Storm Senie20 cen-r
yard; A full line of Hosiery
Silk Windsor 1 ? i'J .rv
Sateen Windsor lies o
House Ties, silk 10 cent?.
A vnice lot of Albums,
other Chriotmss good? on u
j Mouse traps at 5 cents.