Friday, April 10, 1889.
Jas. P. Cook, Editors and
B. E. Harris, J Proprietors.
BROAD CLOTH IN THE SCRAMBLE
Recently from the Srate of Louis
iana there went up to the Political
Mecca of this great country a dele
gation of preachers of color to advise
Mr. Harrison as to his duty towards
the Southern brauch of the G. O. P.
The President heard the gentlemen
with courtesy by listening attentive
ly; he wound up the interview by
doing a piece of preaching himself to
the colored delegation of preachers.
He told them to "go home and wash
their bands of all immediate con
nection with politics and have noth
ing to do with the scramble for of-
These poor disappointed men re
turned home sadder, if not wiser.
Thsy feel the blow to be a heavy one,
6ince through their efforts (theyjbe
i educated (?) Jit is known that
their race was Vept together, ad
vised and guided through the pro
cess of campaigning and voting.
' But such was the disappointment
ef the gentlemen in color.
Twenty-four years ago Sunday
night, in Washington, Abraham Liu
cola was shot by John Wilkes Booth
at Ford's theatre. It is remarkable
that a people like the Americans
should pas3 by with so little com
memoration the anniversary of a
death that, in itself, is a momentous
historical event. While the lack of
notice is a remarkable fact, it is a
still more remarkable fact that our
brothers at the Xorth give the anni
versary of Lincoln's death tess uotice
than we, who are of that section
that refused at the time to be a part
of his national household. In this
we show the right spirit, and it is
believed and argued by some that
had Mr. Lincoln escaped an untimely
death it would have beeu far better
for the South in the time when she
was trying to redeem her waste places
and regaining a living-like condition.
But such was fate. The trials and
hardships experienced, even aftT
tictaal hostilities ceased, are yet vivid
to those who were found doing ser
vice in trying to maintain " the in
estimable sovereign right of local
Quite an interesting article will be
found on the first page of this issue,
in which are given some facts con
nected with the assassination of Lin
coln and with the lives ot those who
participated in this fearful crime,
The advice, "Think and Work,
is good. But don't lots of people
devote their entire time to the
This is an age of progress. In
stead of saying "Pats" and "Chest
nuts" to old and well known asser
tionsjust say, "It's dusty."
The impression has gone. forth to
tome sections of our country outside
of our State that the new election law
requires an educatioual qualification.
It's not so.
Throughout the Old North State
Rip Van Winkleism is being trou
bled with insomnia. The people
arc awaking to the resources and
advantages that peculiarly belong to
The Empress of Austria suffers
from the following diseases: insom
nia, rheumatism, malaria, gout, ear
ache, nervousness and laziness tin
elements for a first class case of
hysterics. Poor woman.
The admirers of the patriotism
and love of a cause so nobly exhibi
ted by the Confederate Soldiers of
Georgia, are makiug efforts to erect
a home for the ueedy and aged ones.
Got. Gordon urges the people to
raise $250,000 for the purpose. What
' a pity North Carolina has none.
Everybody likes to receive the
plaudit, "Well done." Bnt jtnSt
sickening ri'2iL-iVgustii)g to hear
''meffpraising their own efforts and
attaching so much influence and
- importance to their own efforts ? In
this age, the true, the just, the hon
orable and the worthy will get just
about as much honor and credit as
There In an En (I
The- suicide of a St. Louis grain
speculator who had been "ruined by j farmer cannot be gouged by the
May wheat" is a sad incident of the j Bjig.sring Trust; one day last week
gambling craze. Tin; mere loss of j two bales of cotton were brought to
money by such men is not apt to town baled iu homemade carpet. It
rollout much sympathy, for they j brought just us much as jute bag
Beek gain by making bread dear to jging.
the poor. As no statute can bej In Swain county while a white
framed to prevent this "gambling in mm named Suarks was rolling logs
futures," the ruin of a great specu-: on a flatcar theVackle gave way and
lator or ruuinous col Japs j of a Hie hook was thrown against Sparks'
grinding "comer" is welcomed by ; face with such force as to tear away
the people as a fine . imposed by the one side of it and aVo fracture his
V of trade. ' j skull, causing deathn a few hours.
Tar, Pitch and Terpentine from the
old Xorth State.
ML Holly is ta have a new hotel.
There are "White Caps" in Curri
There is talk of a cotton factory
There is a duck in Burke Co. that
lays jet-black eggs.
A man in Franklin Co. made f 400
in 23 acres of tobacco.
The Salisbury Herald claims
population f 4,500 foe that city.
Glanders is prevalent among the
horses and mules of Wilmington.
Mr. W. I). Rankin's house in Gas
ton Co. burned April 7th. Loss
Sroitbfield, N. C. was destroyed
bvfire Sunday. April. 7th. Loss
Cheatham, the negro congressman,
demands 8 negro J'post-masters for
A boy is in jail at Pittsboro for
cnttmg and stealing the 6oles off a
pair of boots.
St. Mary's College (Catholic) in
Gaston Co, is to erect a branch in
stitute in Fla,
A lot of huge rattle snakes have
been presented to Baptist Orphan
age at Thomasvi lie.
Work will soon begin on one of
the largest cotton seed oil mills in
the South, at Wilmington.
Gov. Fowle selected last week a
site for the permanent encampment.
It is to be called "Camp Latimer."
Mr. John Perry, of Halifax county
while hunting recently, shot into
a flock cf black birds and saved 97.
ltev. C. C. Newton, of Durham,
has been appointed by the Foreign
Mission Board, missionary to Africa.
A friend gave Robert Perry who
was in jail at Graham an auger with
which he effected his escape from
The Gentelman's Driving Club of
Charlotte, has arranged for a series
of Spring races, to begin on Mav
Mr. Bonitz of the Wilmington
Messenger has bought up the stock
of that paper, and Is now sole pro
prietor. The fight over the proposed remov
al of the Court House in Harnett
coin. ty provokes a great fight in that
Gen. R. B. Vance resigned his
place as Com. of Patents in Washing
ton, and has returned to his home i.i
The Truth says that one firm in
Salisbury has sold 15,000 bushels of
corn since October last Western
corn, of course.
Dr. F. P. Venable, Professor of
Chemistry at Chapel Hill, sailed for
Berlin, April 10th, where he will
spend 4 mouths in study.
A young man named Buchanan
was fishing in a mill pond near Rox-
boro, Person Co. when he fell out of
Iiis boat, in an epileptic fit, and was
The Grand Lodge.of Odd-Fellows
of this State meets at FayetteTille
May 14th, and will be in session
three days. Rev. J. II. Cordon is
Grand Master. '
There is a factory in this State
which furnishes the warps for al!
the table damask. It is at Newton
and is owned by Col. W. II. Willams
of the Governor's staff.
Burglars are still at work in
Charlotte. There were two attempts
to rob houses in that city on Monday
night, one of the houses being the
residence -of a policeman.
Henry W. Grady has declined to
deliver the annual address at Cataw
b.t College, on account of press of
work. It will be delivered by Rev.
J. A. Murphy, Kansa3 City, Mo.
John II. Krueger and family of
Guayaquil, Ecuador, is visiting his
brother, George Krueger, of Char
lotte. This is the first time he has
seen his brother George in twenty"
It now appears to be pretty defi-
nitely settled thatjhe.liaiis
JJ.tet-tT their State Orphanage at
Floral Hall, Robsson county, using
the lon-disused college buildin
there for the purpose.
Mrs. Edmonson, the widow of
Haywood Edmonson, of Green coun
ty, wlio.se mind is believed to have
been impaired somewhat, ended her
life on the morning of the 3rd, about
5 o'clock, by throwing herself into a
I I he atchman says that Rowan
Abovt Oar Mine.
In the last issue of the Salisbury
Herald, Dr. R, M. Eames, the editor
of the mining department, has the
following to say in regard to several
mines in this county :
Near Pioner Mills, in Cabarrus
countv, on a farm now being worked
for the cereals, are alluvial gravel
beds, yielding coarse gold in quanti
ties that might pay well to prospect.
No water exists nearer than J mile.
Pieces weighing over one quarter
pounds are said to have been plowed
up. We intend visiting this point
again in the uear future.
The Phoenix mine has now ex
posed in it levels over 7,000 tons
of ore, one-half of which is high
grade that keeps the chlorinating
works, which is a part of their
plant, in constant operation Capt
Thies is a thorough practical mining
ensrineer and metallurgist. lhe
proof of this mine being a paying
thing is the fact that they have been
in constant operation for the last
The Furr Mine, Eituated about
six miles south-west from the
Phoenix and on the galena belt, is
to be thoroughly developed by a
Baltimore company. They intend
erecting steam hoist and pump, and
will sink the main shaft 150 feet
and drive to the south-coast on the
lode, a quartz carrying sulphurets
of iron and copper; the main gangue
with a band of hard crystalline
slate and fine seams of quartz carry
ing galena. The average width of
vein is 2 feet, 5 inches, encased
The Hlirna Hopeful.
The result of the municipal elec
tions throughout the North and
West last week are very significant
and are worthy all the space devoted
in this paper to the subject. It is
notworthey that Chicago changed a
Republican majority of 20,000 into
a Democratic majority of 12,000;
that St. Louis, from a Republican
city of 8,000 majority becomes a
Democratic city of 1,600; that the
whole drift of the elections every
where was in favor of the Democra
cy; but most significant of all is
that in the general election in Rhode
Island that manufacturing and
reliable Republican State became
Democratic and its Legislature, in
which there was a Republican ma
jority of 71 last year, is now nearly
a tie between the two parties. The
number of failures throughout the
country is greater now than at the
same time last year and the number
of protected industries which are
shutting down or reducing wages is
greater. Can it be that the "good
times" which we were to have upon
the advent of a Republican adminis
tration are failing to show up and
that this fact explains the tidal
wave ? It certainly looks like some
thing is the matter.
The Big C'lrralated Paper.
Powell's Printers'. Ink says there
are only six papers in the country
to-day having each a circulation ex
ceeding 100,000 copies daily. They
are the Chicago News, the .Boston
Globe and the Boston Herald, the
New York News, the New York
World and the Philadelphia Record.
Only one of these the Record is
an exclusively morning paper; one
the New York News is an evening
paper; while four the Boston
Globe and the Herald, and the New
York World and the Chicago News
print both morning and evening
editions. And, what i3 quite re
markable, not one of these widely
circulated journals support the Re
publican party, and all advocate
Tariff Reform on the lines laid down
in President Cleveland's celebrated
messages to Congress.
I-'onud in the Wewspnuer.
From the Cresco, Iowa, "Plain-
dealer." "We have never, ns '
readers for nearly thirty .'-years in
this conn'y can -4fifv. written
'PU?' tJfany paten t medici ne. Duty
as well as inclination impel us to
depart from this studied silence, to
say to our readers and the public
that, having been completely pros
trated with a violent and distressing
cold, after three days fighting it with
ordinary remedies and getting no
relief from their use, we obtained a
bottle of Clarke's Extract of Flax
'(Papillon) Cough Cure, obtaining
almost instant relief and a steady
improvement under its use." Large
bottle only $1.00. Ask for Clarke's
Flax Soap. "l?est on earth." . 25
cents." Po.h the above for sale at
Fe'zers drug store.
John Wanamaker, the Postmaster
General, has issued a proclamation.
It is worth the attention of cur busi
ness men. Here i3 what he says : .-'I
would not give an advertisement in
a uewspaper of 400 circulation for
5,000 dodgers or posters. If I want
ed to sell cheap jewelry or run a lot
tery scheme I might use posters,
but I wouldn't insult a decent read
ing public With handbills."
What wo Find that will be a BemlnU
er of Events or FpIo Dar.
lnjr the Dark Days.
Tbo Nlmrer Oath.
The following i3 the form of oath
usually administered to "contra
bands" that enter the Yaukee lines
at Fredericksburg :
"You, Cicero, do solemnly uwear
that you will bear true" allegiance to
the United States, that vou will take
good care of the horses and mules,
and if any of them get away, you
will go after them, no matter how
dark it is, and will also black boots,
to the best of your knowledge and
belief. So help you Geueral Mc
The gravity of both parties while
it is being administered is said h be
SELECTIONS OF NEWS ITEMS.
The sentence of the Court Mar
t'al on Corporal Geo. II. Burger.
Company-Js. J"5. "itegimeut - -f. CM
Artillery, who was found gt l;y of
an intention to desert, and it e npt
ed to persuade others to desert with
him, was carried into effect on Sul
livan's Islaud, on the 28th nit., pre
cisely at 12 m. He was shot at the
hour on the open space, about two
hundred yards to the East of the
Moultrie House, just beyond the
Beauregard Battery, in full view of
the blockading fleet.
$5,000 for a Substitute. I will
pay the above sum for a substitute.
He must be sound so as to pass in
spection. One-half of the money to
be paid when he gets killed, and the
other half when he comes back.
Browxsiiith a Co.
DIRECTORY OF CONCORD.
Churches. Presbyterian, Rev. W.
M. Kilpatrick ; Lutheran, Rev. D.
I. Dreher ; Methodist, Revs. Halton
Free Masons Lodge. Dr. L. S.
Bingham, W. M.
Sheriff. J. L. Bundy.
Clerks of the Court. Col
Coleman, Clerk Court ;
Young, Clerk County Court
Wallace, Clerk Superior Court.
Magistrates. J. C. II. Burkhead,
R. W. Allison.
Local Physicians. L. S. Bing
ham, E. R. Gibson, John Fink.
Dentist, S. J. Lindsay.
Attorneys at Law. V. C. Barrin-
gerj J. M. Long.
Stores. Phifer &' Yorke, dry
R. W. Allison, dry-goods, etc.
J. H. Hodgens, " " "
White & Smith, " "
A. H. Moss, " "
Willis Elkius " "
II. B. Groner, " "
Joel Reed, druggist.
"John Fink, "
John J. Cross, confectioner.
J. C. H. Burkhead, "
I. A. Fitzgerald, lxots, shoes.
Cabinet Makers. Woodsides
Leslie; Sloop & Castor; S.
Carriage Makers. Wagner & Les
lie ; Samuel Kesler.
Blacksmiths. D. M. Warner,
Philip Brown, Samuel Kesler, David
Tanneries. Area & Bundy, Brad
shaw, Kestler & Co., Ransom Wine
coff. Shoe Makers. Stephen Murr,
Saddle and Harness Makers.
John O. Wallace, W. A. Wright.
Hatter. H. A. Area.
Tinner. J. W. Rogers.
Tailor. H. C. Utlev.
Hotels. Harris Hotel, by Dr,
P. Harris ; Foard's Hotel, by R.
Livery Stables. Bnrkhead &
Omnibus Accommodations. A.
Cotton Factory. J. McDonald &
Steam Mill. J. C. Cannon.
bchools. Mrs. John D. Frazicr.l
Rev-DIDerrv- - "'
"Seamstresses. Mrs. J. M. Cook,
Mrs. Rowan Stowe, Mrs. F. E. Nutt
all. Post Master. James N. Brown.
Printer. J. W. Gormar.
Mayor of the Town. Col
Kept JO tor Nerviee.
A prominent merchant of Mon
tieth, who was in Charlotte on April
3rd, lost a pocket book containing
$10 in money, an endorsed note
for $G00, and several receipts. lie
advertised his loss in the News, but
nothing was heard from the missing
pocket book until .today, when a
sealed envelope, containing the $600
note and several receipts was receiv
ed by the editor of the News through
the Charlotte postoffice. Not a line
of explanation was offered. The
inference is that the man who found
the pocket book kept the money,
and took this method of returning
the papers which were' tispIpks in
him. The note and papers
been restored to their owner.
Trov Press: If
it's a fare ques
cost to board a
tion, what does it
Sansct Cox anxious for the Presl
dent The Wilmington Creosote
Company United tate Ves
sel Jno. Sherman Trou
ble In OklnbonuvAl
Jen U. Thnrmau.
From our Regular Correspondent.
Washington, Apiil 16, 1889.
"Sunset" Cox, the ever-smiling
Representative from New York, was
met coming out of the White House
by vour correspondent, and asked
what in the duce he was doing in
that gang of place-hunters. "Oh, I
simply called to say good bye to my
old friend Benjamin Harrison, as I
am afraid these fellows may worry
him to death in their mad hunt for
office before I return to Washington.'
Then as Mr. Cox was leaving he
added: "I feel well; very much
better than a little while ago. I
have been through the valley of the
shadow of political death with the
rest of the Democrats, and now I
am off on a lecturing tour
Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, Missouri and
Kansas. Something to make the
folks smile, you know, while I gath
er in a little money. I trust that 1
shall get no more eggs than 1 pay
of the United States Senate, and a
good John Sherman Republican, is
charged by Senator Jones, of Nevada,
ex-Senator Mahone and Warner
Miller, Representative West, of New
York, with swindling and forgery
in connection with his management
of the North Carolina Oil and Creo
sote Company located at Wilming
ton, N. C. It is also stated that
Canmidy is indebted to other Sena
tors to the amount of $30,000 or
more for borrowed money. With
the usual audacity of men of his
kind Cannady says that when the
case is settled it will have no effect
upon his "personal integrity."
The Republicans have always
been notorious for their willingness
to make use at all times of United
States vessels for private pleasure
parties, and being out of power for
four years and without a precedent
for that length of time has not
changed them a particle iu this re
spect. On Saturday afternoon As
sistant Secretary of the Treasury
Tichenor took a party of friends
from here to Baltimore, where they
got aboard of the U. S. Revenue
cutter McLane and started on a trip
to Chesapeake Bay,' which lasted
from Sunday to Monday morning.
Another Government vessel, the
light-house tender, Holly, has been
lying at the wharf here, waiting for
three days to carry President Har
rison on a pleasure trip down the
Potomac. This looks like a rather
early revival of the old abuses. By
summer half a dozen vessels will be
needed for the various members of
the administration, for their fami
lies and friends. And the people
will foot the bills.
benator John Sherman has just
proved himself to be a 'bigger" man
with the administration than Rep
resentatives McKinley and Benja
min Butterworth combined. Ohio
had two canidates for the position
of Sixth Auditor of the Treasury-.
One was backed by Senator Sherman
and the other by Messis McKinley
and Butterworth. The Sherman
man, Mr. Coulter, has just been ap
Land Commissioner Stockslager
fears there will be trouble in Okla
homa. He says that only about
10,000 homesteads can be entered
under the President's proclamation
and he has every reason to believe
that at least 100,000 persons will
enter the country within thirty days
from its opening next Monday.
lhe new administration is making
a record for itself on the pension
question. It is going faste.' than
the most radical had any idea that
it would. short time ago, and no
man can at this time foresee the
end. Assistant Secre'arv Bussev. of
the Intenor department, before
whom appeals from the decisions of
the Commissioner of Pensions are
heard, seems tooutdothe "Corporal"
in his construction of the law as ap
plied to pensions. It is estimated
that tffe decisions of the late Com
missioner, Gen. Black, which Bussey
has already reversed, will cost the
Government move than $1,000,000.
lie should change his name to Bus
ter. Th? "Corporal," not to be out
done by his superior officer, made an
order last week that will cost more
than $50,000 a year. The following
is the order : Whenever a pension
er is disabled in a hand or foot in
a degree entitling him to $2-1 a
month under the act of March 3d,
18S3, such pensioner shall by. reason
o? that fact be entiHed to the rate of
$30a month under the acf of Au
gust 4,1S8G. Nearly 800 pensioners
get an increase of $72 a year by this
order, and arrears from Aug. 4, 1886.
1 "The noblest Roman of them all,"
Allen G. Thurman, late democratic
candidate for Vice President, was in
Washington last week on legal
business. The old gentleman was
looking well and feeling well with!
the exception of sliorhf rhAiiTnafJcrv.
liu his legs. In a conversation with a
W I M K '
You will see tlie "Spring Poet" lias again broken loose,
And his poetry doubtless has received much abuse ;
But lie's going to tell you in spite of your taunts.
All that he knows about Swink's fine stock of pants.
Now, these pants were made in our neighboring town ;
(A place that is fast growing into renown ;)
And to be successful ourselves, we must patronize,
And do what we can to encourage home enterprise.
So fashionably made are all of these pants,
That the line was ne'er heard of in this country
And Swink has them in sizes to lit any limb,
For those who are stout and those who are slim.
He has them in colors to suit all your moods,
Gay or sober, in checks and stripes for the dudes ;
And so strong is the cloth that ihey never will tear,
And the buttons are warranted not to make a man swsar.
Now, my friends, if you are willing to take my advice.
And want pants that are comfortable and shoes that are nice,
(Whether a man stands or whether he sits,)
Just go to Swink's and he'll give you fits.
friend he said : "The people of the
country were good enough to me to
vote that I should stay at home, and
personally I am glad of it, but I
regret the defeat of the party very
much, as I regard it a great calamity
to the country. Mr. Cleveland
brought about a great many grand
reforms during his term of office,
and would no doubt have accom
plished many more if lie had been
An Eminent Doctor Prescription.
Dr. C. P. Henry, Chicago, 111 ,
who has practiced medicine many
years says: Last Spring he used and
prescribed Clarke's Extract of Flax
(Papillon) Skin Cure in 40 or 50
cases, and never knew a case where
it failed to cure. I know of no rem
edy I can rely on so implicitly.
Positive cure for all diseases of the
skin. Applied externally.
Clarke's Flax Soap is best for ba
bies. Skin Cure $1.00. Soap 25cts. !
At Fetzer's drug store.
Whereas it has pleased Almighty
God, the Great Architect of the
Lr inverse, in His wise proridetice to
remove our much beloved and highly
esteemed brother, friend and neigh
bor, Dr. J. M. Phillips, from this
earthly ledge of Masons to the celes
tal lodge above, where the Grand A.
O. T. U. presides, and from whence
no traveller e'er returns; and
Whereas 'we feel that Eureka
Lodge of A., F. and A. M. has lost
a faithful member, and that his
family has lost a very kind and affec
tionate husband and father, though
we trust that our loss is his eternal
gain, and as a brotherhood we feel
submission to the will of our Heav
enly jiaster, trusling llis guidance
hereafter and praying Him to direct
our footsteps aright so that as we
fall iu death one by one we may fall
at our post and have it said of ns,
"Well done, good and faithful ser
vant, enter thou into the joys of thy
Lord," to sit and sing redeeming
grace forever at God's right baud,
where parting will be no more for
ever; therefore be it
Resolved, 1st, That we, the mem
bers of Eureka Lodge of Masons,
wear the usual budge of mourning
for thirty days.
2d. That a copy of this be sent to
the companion of the deceased.
3d. That it be published in the
Cyrus W. Alexander,
P. M. Patterson,
Ciias. W. Alexander,
Buffalo Express: Thi8 weather
sets the sap to running in the maple
trees and the Spring poets.
,T.ll guC1u.uluU. ,e ere o
choose the most appropriate symbol
c-:'ci,i tt..: ii a
of the Heeling, the evanescent, the
lierishflhlp. thft rfpnavincr th Wo-
x , r
it would be a pair of boy's boots.
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at Fetzer's Oru
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Acker s Dyspepsia Tablets will cure
the wort form of Dyspepsia. Con
stipation and Indigestion, and make
life a happiness and pleasure. Sold
at 25 and 50 cents at Fetzer's Dru
ARE YOU SKEPTICAL?
so we will
Ackers English Rcraedv for the
lungs is superior to all other pr
anay.?ns' anf is a Positive cure for
all Throat and Lung trou bles, Croun
Whooping Cough and Colds. We
guarantee the preparation and will
give you a sample bottle free at
t etzer s Drug Store,
added a full
Staple Dry Goods,
Slices anil Ms
to our stock. EVERY
THING, besides being new,
teas bought at the lowest
cash prices, and we guar
antee to sell you as cheap,
and many things cJieaper,
than yoti cdnbuy elsewhere
Our rule is to buy in large
quantities and pay the cash
dawn, as. soon as they come
in the house, niarh them at
a small profit, and sell
WE GUARANTEE PRIECS ON
SALT, SHIRTING AND
PLAIDL, TO BE AS
LOW AT THE
Our wholesale business has
been very successful, and we
thank our friends and custo
mers for kind words of en
couragement and liberal or
ders. Our stock is larger than
ever, and our
Save time and trouble or
dering your goods when you
can do as well in Concord.
Car Load Kerosene Oil,
White Rose Flour.
50 Barrels of Sugar,
25 Sacks of Coffee,
25 Cases of Potash,
100 " Canned Goods,
50 Boxes of Tobacco,
50 Thousand Cigaretts,
250 Kegs of Powder.
150 Bags of Shot,
50 Cases of Matches,
100,000 Paper Sacks, $c
We have the Agency for the
Baltimore ltd Oil Co.,
and keep all grades of Oil in
ALSO THE AGFNCY FOK
I KM III!
1 1 T 1
When in Concord, will he
pleased to have vou call.
and Retail Store.