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OHN D. BARRIER & SON,
Editors and Proprietors.
-JAS. P. COOK,
Editorial Correspondent.
OFFICE IN BRICK ROW.
Democratic Ticket.
1 'NATIONAL.
FOR PRESIDENT,
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT.
ARTHUR SEW ALL.
jbTATE.
FOR GOVERNOR,
CYRUS B. WATSON
OF FORSYTH.
-FOR LTEUTENANT GOVERNOR,
j HOS. W. MASON
jF NORTHAMPTON.
TOR SECRETARY OF STATE,
CHAS. M, COOKE
OF FRANKLIN
FOR TREASURER,
iCf. aycock
OF WAYNE.
70 Tt ATDITOR,
KOL ; . M. KUliMAN
OF BL'NCOMBE.
EOR ATTORNEY GENERAL,
FRANK I OSBOKNE
JOF MECKLENBURG
ECPhRINTENDENT OF PUBLIC
INSTRUCTION,
'cp:; C SCARBOROUGH
OF JOHNSTON.
FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES,
A. C. AVERY, of Burke,
Geo. II. BROWN, of Beaufort.
T?GE COX GUESS FROM 7TH CONGRES
SIONAL DISTRICT.
SAMUEL J. PEMBERTON.
COUNTY.
yon the state senate,
C. I). BARRING ER.
FOR THE HOUSE,
M. F. NESBIT.
F K SHERIFF,
THOMAS J. WHITE.
FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS,
JOHN K. PATTERSON.
FOR TREASURER,
CALEB W. SWINK,
FOR COTTON WEIGHER,
W. H. BOST.
FOK SURVEYOR,
JOHN H. LONG.
FOR CORONER,
CHARLES A. SHERWOOD.
L OR COMMISSIONERS,
h. J. FOIL, J. S. If ARRIS, M. L
BROWN.
CONCORD, OCT., 23, 1896.
AO CUHI DOO.
It Is fashionable nowadays to look
for candidates to be taken down and
other3 set up like rolling ten pins.
The polical breezes have several
times carried the rumor that certain
changes on our county ticket were
to be made.
Now we say once for all on the
authority of Chairman A B Young
that no formal proposition has in
this vhoie campaign come to him
&a the head of the county Demo
cratic Executive Committee and
that no proposition or adyancement
for such action has ever gone out
from the committee. The whole
rumor or intimations or insinuations
that the committe were considering
-such action is absolutely without
.foundafiou in fact.
We had prepared a synopsis of the
'two Populist speeches Wednesday,
but in our press for room for all the
matter on hand they were crowded
- .ut, l.ot ti.at tbcy aro k38 interesting
uian iir. Gudgers gieuw eiTort. They
were really much more meritorious
'-and free from absurdities and pers
Teraion3 of facts, Mr. Dockery is
.really an interesting personage and
ban style that is palatable from its
sanation from the ordinary stump
speech. He surprised us by inti
mating that there con Id not be a too
great inflation of money. It made
us tnink of Continental money and
Confederate money a3 it was before
the close of the war, and as it would
have been if we had gotten our inde
pendence. On the tariff it seemed
difficult for him to give his vie vs
not in Democratic terms. Tariff for
revenue with incidental protection
would have fitted his views it seemed.
He was hard on Mr. Ilusscll and
if he could have a joint cauvasa with
him Mr. Russell would probably
wish he had not cheated Mr. Dock
ery out of the gubernatorial non ii
nation. It was rather strange that ie
could not see how the increase of
factories could help the colored race.
It seems to be a fact that the fac- ,
tories give life to a large circle of
business around them and the col
ored man comes in for his full share
of the benefits with ail of us not
immediately connected with them. It
would have been a treat to Concord
and a wholesome check to Mr. Gudg
er if Mr. Dockery could have got
ton to reply to him.
Wonder if Mr. Gudger wont think
on the 4th of November that Demo
cracy is the gayest dead thing he
ever saw.
Uriel of (jionoral .Nat ure.
Consul General Lee, at Havana, is
in ill health.
Fire Tuesday wiped out the whole
business portion of the town of En
field, Mass,
An Empire City, Ore., do.itch
8ava that the steamer Armgo ran
ashore in Coes bay and was wrecked.
Three passengers were drowned and
a large number are mining.
The prevalence of typhoid fever
at Salt Lake City, Utah, caused the
board of health there to inspect the
water supply. It was found to be
pure. The disease vas attributed to
bad milk.
A prominent Episcopal rector of
Philadelpha has signed an agree
ment with the wardens of his church
that he will never preash oyer fif
teen minutes, except on special and
extraordinary occasions.
Joseph D Kierman, lawyer, notary
public and reporter for the New Or
leans Telegram, was fined 10 and
sent to the parish prison 15 days for
disturbing the Palmer and Buckner
meeting there.
John R Gentry tried for a first
record of 2 minutea for a harness
horse Tuesday at Terre Haute but
failed, his time being 2:U4?, Gen
try goes to Philadelphia Thursday,
and Belmont Park October 23th.
The big hearty, healthy man is a
continual irritation to his dyspeptic
friend. Constipation is the root of
nine-tenths of the sickness of men,
and a large proportion of the sick
ness of women. It can bo cured
easily, naturally and quickly. Na
ture is constantly working as hard
as she can throw offimpurities, and
to force out poisonous refuse matter.
When there is an impediment, Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets set the
wheels working again without any
trouble. They assist nature in a
gentle, healthful, efficient way.
There is nothing violent about
their action, and yet it i-i just as
certain as is it were twice a3 violent.
"You. do not become n slave to
their use." They are different ard
better than any other pill for the
cure of constipation, headache and
kindred derangements. Almost all
druggists understand thk, L,nd aro
conscientious enough to teH you bo.
The druggist who tries to ceil you a
onKati'tnto ia nnf. a cmfo ni:in frimC
whom to buy medicine. Send 21
cents in one cent stamps vo crld's
Dispensary Medical Ac-jcciation,
Buffalo, N. Y.. and receive Dr.
Pierce's 1008 page "Ccjacic n Sense
Medical Adviser," profusely illustrated.
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MERITS
Cherry Pectoral
would include the cure of
every form of disease
which affects the throat
and lungs. Asthma, Croup,
Bronchitis, Whooping
Cough and other similar
complaints have (when
other medicines failed)
yielded to
Ayer's Chsiry Pectoral.
K. L. CRAVEN
Will keep in stock FOUR
GRADES of Domestic Coal
for Stoves, Grates, Furnaces
and Shop use. Hard and soft.
Best Jellico Coal
at ?4.25 per ton and upwards.
See him before placing yonr
orders.
NOTICE-TOWN TAXES.
The taxes for the year 189G are
now due and the book has been
placed in my hands for collectior.
i ii it
Ail persons owing tne same ere
hereby notified that proinot oav
meot will be expected. Call on me
at my omce m the town nal, oppo
site court house. J. L. Bcger,
Town Tax Collector.
Oct. l5th,;iS9o tf
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ERWIN & jMlSENHEIMER
Physicians and Surgeons"
Office No. 3. Harty buildinsr, op
posite 2nd Presbyterian . church
Charlotte, N. 0.
7IRE INSURANCE
When in need ol Fire Insurance,
call and sae us, or tfiite. We lepra
sent only rsiclafc 3 Some and For
eign companiss.
Respectfully,
WOODH JtME & HaI.KIS.
MORK1SON H. CALDWEL
ATTOESEY AT LAW,
CONCORD, N. O
Office in Morris buildmcppoaite
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The
Racket
25 pieces of Silk Velvet and Plash, worth 75c to $1.50 a yd-
50 CENTS,
21 -nieces of Velveteen, worth 30 to 40 cents a yard, to o u
1 25 CENTS.
27 pieces of Silk for Shirt Waists, Trimmings etc., fj0m
25 to 75c a Yard.
Unbleached Sheeting, in lengths of 6 yards and under, at
12i CENTS PER JPOUN1),
Men's Laundered
coloredf shirts 28 cts.
Club house ties 5
cents up.
Sox 4 cents to 40 cts.
Ladies black hose 4
cents to 37i cents.
Ladies 35 inch
Hermsdorf Opera hose
35 cents.
Ladies white collars
10 cent, cuffs 18 cts.
Ladies silvered or
black bone shirtwaist
buttons 5 cts per doz.
Ladies black silk
watch guards 10 cts.
Chair seats 3 to 5 cts
each.
Wire hair brushes 8
cents.
Royal talcum pow
der at 3 for 25 cents.
Handkerchiefs 1 ct
to 371 cts each.
Mens caps 10 cents,
hats 23 cts up. CLZ-
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Two papers needles
for 1 cent, or better
ones 1 cent.
Sewing machine oil
5 cts per bottle.
Towels 4 cts up.
Shaving brushes 3
cts up.
Garter elastic 2 cts
per yard up.
White tape 1 ct per
roll.
Hooks and Fs 2 doz.
for 1 cent, improved 1
cent per dozen.
The best colored
spool cotton made at
21 cents.
Tooth brushes 2 cts
up.
Shoe blacking 1 cent
up.
Six dozen shirt but
tons for 1 cent.
Three lead pencils
for 1 cent.
CombsI3 cents up.
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