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Our business since vre came i o Coucord has teen very encouraging. Onr sales very
much larger than we had expected, and it has grown to such magnitude that we had to
place our Clothing and Gents' Furnishing goods in another house, and we have a corps of
polite and accomnc odating salesmen, who will treat you right. Mr John W Kelly, Mr
Chal White and Mr Chas Lowe have charge of this department, and in our Dry Goods
rill be found Miss Shelby Harris and Miss LillieJWilleford in charge of the Dry Goods.
Mr L P Dick, who understands his business thoroughly, will take great pleasure in show
ing you through our big line of Shces, assisted by Mr James Ervin. In their hands you
can rest assured that you get the very best values for your money, and to be accommodat
ing, You will always find Hardy Lentzreadv to serve you, no matter what you want, from
a paper of inns to a handsome trousseau.
We have placed orders lor a big lot of Nickel
Rtem winding Watches that we guarantee to
keep the correct time, which we give free to our
customers who will buy merchandise from us
before December 1, amounting to $20. Buy
15 worth and we will sell you the watch for
$1 00; bay 810 vorth and you get the watch
for 1.(50; buy $5 00 and you got the watch for
2. CO, and we will continue to sell you at our
lowest prices, which is below all competition.
You don't have to buy the full amount at one
time, but just as you want to. We will keep
correct your account of all purchases: when
they amount to $20 we will give you the watch.
We have made very large purchases for this winter, our stored full to overilowing,
with an immense line of goods suited to the people of this country, am: it has been bought
lower than any full stock of goods ever brought to this town, and ve.aro r.ow piling it out
in keeping with the price of cotton. . "
Just listen to what we are doing : Wre are selling nice PJaid Ginghams at4c; yard
wide Sheeting at 4c; Plaids at 3c, Indian Calico 4 1 2c, Spool thread 2c, 6 balls thread 5c,
Coats' thread 4c, Cantcn Flannel Gc, yard wide bleached domestic So, Sea Island 6c,
Hair pins lc. Pins lc, Ladies' Vests 20c. Towels 5- Wool Flannel 12c.
DRESS GOCDS All Wool Dress Goods 8c, 25 yards line of double width dr33 goods
10c. (52 inch wool flannel 4fie, 3ac line cress goods reduced to 20c, 125 yds Bloadcloth 54
inch wide 75c Full line Cashmere and Hem ietta, going for less than you ever bought them.
AreYoii a Judge of Goods ? Do You Know a Bargain When
Yon See It ? Listen to what we Have to Say About S-H-GfcSJ-S
Children Shoes 35c; Women Polkas (best quality) G5c; Women's Glare Grain Shoe 65c; $1.25 line of Grain Shoes 95c; Best,, j
Oil Grain Shoes 05c; Men's Best Brogan 95c selling in town at $1.25; Infant Shoes 20c; Big lot Misses Spring Heel Shoes j
GOc. J. B, Lewis' Kangaroo Shoes that sell for 3 00 at $2.00; Lewis' $3.50 Shoes $2.25; Lewis' nice Kid $2.25, worth $:i.50
Ail kinds of Jeans and Pants Goods at
'rices to Suit the Times
CLOTHING, CLOTHING !
LOne of our strongest forts is in onr Clothing Store, where we have the Grandest Bargains of the Season.
Eememher the Prices. Listen, and Don't Forget.
Children Suits 50c.
i Men's Suits for $2.
Boys' Suits $1. Boys' Fine Suits $2.
Cheviot and Oassimere Suits $2.
Cheviot Suits $4.85. Cheyfot Suits $8.50, worth $12 50.
PAN TV. eaus Pants 45 cents. We have one hun
dred pairs at 75 cents and Cne Dollar.
Punts at $1.50 to $3.25, cn be tlunl iu abundance, and best of values.
OVEUCOATS, 'Ve l!r,ve 200 Overcoats tl;.t we bought at the extremely low
juice of Forty cents cn the Dollar,
They ure going tsst at the Ei-me induction. ' 'r
WE HAVE GOT IN THIS WEEK 125 SUITS OF FINE CLOTHING THAT WE HAVE BOUGHT AT A DISCOUNT OF 33 PER CENT, AND WILL SELL YOU A $lo SUIT FOR $10, AND $12
TSS, AND'SSS IT $5. WE BUY THEM VERY CHEAP AND SELL THEM CLOSE-
THE LOWE COMPANY.
A ROBBERY IN WILMINGTON.
A Southern Exprct Afjoul Ai-rehtol
LO W IT IS IN TEXAS.
Csain aim! Crow icy Have J.iI a Hard
1'igbt, but Mill Win.
Houston, Tex., Noyember
FVilminctoD, N. C, Noy. 3. J E 3. The indications are now
tt. of Lumberton, N. C.,who tas.ttat both Miles Crowley, in
a attending the . United States
t hpre. states that he was held
y two men at the Seaboard Air
depot lat n-ight and robbed or
iderable amount of money just
ta boarding the train for home.
the investigation of the.Amen-
uarautee Company, by whom
a bonded, T F Willis, agent
e Northeastern Railroad and,
era Express tjompauy iu
ree, S. C, for the past five
ivas arrested here late this
upon a charge of defaulting
broken parcel of express
s found on his person
marked $25. Some day3
is shortage was discovered
t Barrett went to King-
Jplain th? matter to Superintendent
Croswell. He was on the eve or
boarding an outgoing train when ar
.rested and taken before Justice
Bunting, who placed his' bond at
one thouaand dollars, failing to give
it he was committed to jail. Willis
ia 26 yeari old, a cripple, anand in
cessant morphine eater which he
take? to Booth his pains. Ui3 par
ents live at Morhead City, N. C.
. . TES, IT IS TRUE t
The report of Chairman Pou in
reference to the change in politics
Halifax county may meet with
ial today by a few Populists,
Sit is true, every word of it. Mr.
Ms a man of too high principles
(lenfi-out over the state an incor-
item like it is said he has. Mr.
ifchen, in all his rounds while
for the PoDulist, stated
would support the state
tic ticket, iiis turn id
takes with it the Populists
of his native county. The
. 1 3 T 1.1:
a Uemocrauo uuu Acpuunuau
ia no fusion or Populist
T . .- ...
Vw in Halifax
the tenth, and William Henry
Crain, - in the eleyenth con-
gressional districts, will be
elected with a good margin.
Both men have had a hard
fight. Enemies with boodle
and malice within and without
the party have sought their
defeat by every means in their
power. Crowley's majority
will be about a thousand and
his plurality over Rosenthal
5,000. Crains' majority in the
eleventh district over Weldon,
fusion candidate, will bej
about 3,000. J C
in tue nrst district. Has a
walkover by about 4,000.
has been mani.
S "B Cooper in
the second will have his usual
majority, though he has had
some opposition from the
ITEMS OF STATE X EM S,
1 he Robesonian eays suits to the
smount of $30,000 haye been
brought in Rcbenson county against
the direciore of the late Bank of
New Hanover at V.ilmiugtou for
damages in mismanaging the bunk.
The Enterprise says a Populist
sold some uheat in Newton the other
day, and on being offered a silver
dollar of '94 among his momy,
p ished the new dollar back, remarks
ing that he would not take that;
';it was some Democratic trick."
Tne Shelby Aurora sajs the
King's Mountain company are
pu.-hins the work in the tin wue
end are sinking a shaft to ascertain
the depth of the tin vein. They
have the new engine and boiler at
vnrV anil liaca cnnlr a cl-iufi: 11? fat
Hutcheson, . . , .
XI 3. 3 Si , .
Dr. J. E. CARTLAKD,
' SURGEON DENTIST.
Makes a sxeoialty of filling
teeth without psin. Sixteen
veais experience, umce e ver
Lnrards & Barrier's store
after Feb. S. 1894. 25
DON'T BUY A
Verdict for tbe Widow.
TT j m Tk-r i
auuaiuu, lex , ixovemoer;
3. The widow and children of
Edwin Harding today recovs
ered a judgment for $16,000
against the San Antonio and
Aransas Pass railway. Har
din was killed at Waco in a
collision of the engine he was
driving with another engine
which had no headlight burns
' Chinese Will Tote.
San Francisco, Cal., November 3.
The unusual sight of voting
Chinese will be presented at the
polls Tuesday next. The fact has
been kept very quiet, but it is known
that fifty-seven Chinese haye regis-,
tered, and intend to vote. They
have organized as a club, and will
votefor candidates who are friendly
to Chinese interests. The number
at present on the register is only a
fraction of those who are eligible.
aid that there are at least 200
in this city wno cauld have
poets wear long hair ?" "Not
them. Some of them are
By the death of the Czar of Russia,
Alexander III, Grand Duke Nicholas
11 mounts the throne. It is to be
hoped that tyranny will not charac
terize h'a administration ts it did
that of the deceased Cz ir.
JUL Harris, one of tbe most
prominent Republican lawyers in the
State and who was one of the pro
motors cf Fusionism, has issued a
oard strongly endorsing Chief Jus
"My dear," Baid Mrs. Smith, "the
first 3 ear we were married you al
ways had plenty of small change in
Yes," replied Smith, "but I bank
it now; the habit was too expensive.
The Scissorsman. "Why have they
fired the new political editorial
The Humorist "Because there
wasn't any fire in hJm," New York
"Yee," eaid the girl who makes
collections, "it is one of the best au
tographs I have in my collection."
"But are you sure it is genuine ?''
"Positive. I cut it from a telegram
that bis wife received from him
with my own tands." Washington
Star - V. -
OE IS THE Bi-ST.
FRENCH & ENAMELLED CALFC
3.50 pouc E,3 Soles.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
lou can save mnnry by pnrchasiug V. L.
Because, ire are the largest manufacturers of
advertised shoe9 in the world, aud guarantee
the value by stamping the name ana price on
the bottom, which protects you -against high
pricef and the middleman's profits. Our shoe j
equal custom work in style, easy fittiug and
wenrinff- finalities. We hr.Oe tl-i-tti cnlA .i-t t
V.'lCTe at fower prices fee the value given than
any other make. Tnkcuo substitute. If j-our
dealer cannot supply yout we can. Sold by
Heilig $- Hendrix, Agent
Jit Pleasant, N- C.
Having qualified as the adminis
trator, with the will nnnexed, of f)
A. Sides, deceased, nil persons owing
said estate are hereby notified that
they must make immediate payment
or suit will be brought. And all
persons haying claims aga'r.st said
estate must present them to the un
dersigned, duly authenticated, on or
before the 12th day of November,
1895, or this notiee will be plead in
bar of their recovery.
A. W. Moose, Adm'r.
By W. M.Smith, Attorney.
This, 29th day of August, 1894
SALE OF VALUABLE L1NDJ
Bj virtue of a deed of trust exe
cuted to me, V H Kerr, by J F Ir
win, on the 23rd day of March, 1891,
and recorded in the office of Kegis
ter of Deeds in and lor Cabarrus
County, in Becord of Mortgages jf0
5, pages 282 and 283, I will eeli for
cash at the Court House door in
Concord, at 1 o'clock, p. m., on
Monday the 5th day of November
next, that tract of land situate in
number one township, said county,
adjoining what are known as the
C H Irwin lauds, the C A Alexan
der lands and the Nicholson lands,
and containing two hundred and
thirty seven acres, more or less, for
tbe metes and bonndari b of which
reference is made to said recorded
deed of trust. This 29th of Sept.
1894 W H !U rr, Trustee.
By W Q Means, Attorney, "
Mr, Suddenly Good. "I dropped a
ten dollar bill in tne contribution
box in church last Sunday." Mr.
Cynic. "Did you, indeed? What
was the matter with it ? New York
PIANO OR- ORGAN
UNTIL YOU WHITE TO
LUDDEN AND BATES
SOTJUHEUN MTJSIO HOUSE
For Catalogue and prices of ti e following
select line of instruments.
MASON AND HAMLIN
STERLING AND MATHUSHEK
MASON aND HAMLIN
If any information is desired to aid you in
Selecting an instrument write to us.
LUDDEN & BATES' SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE,
MAIN HOUSE, SAVANNAH, GA.
CHARLOTTE BRANCH, W. M. W HEELER, Manager.
rs h. .v r t. i r" , .f. v r ; r-
F31CKLY ASK, FOkE ;5oT
TRUSTEE'S NOTICE. -
Under a moitgage executed by John
W. Jones and wife, E. P. Jones, on the
5th da of February, 1894, registered in
book Ko. T, page 2S2, in the oiBce of the
Register of Deeds for Cabarrus county,
I, as trustee in said mortgage, will s. 11
on Monday, the 5th day of November,
1894, at the Court Bouse in Concord,
the tract of land adjoining the School
House lot, John Johnston, and others,
being the dower lot of said E. P. Jones,
in No. 8 tovnship in said county of Ca
barrus, ' containing thirty (30)
acres more or less. J. A. RANKIN
Oct. 5, 1804 - Trustee.
Having administered cn the estaet
of J. Frank Pethe), deceased, all
persons who are indebted to tbe es
tate ot said deceased are berebv no
tified to come forward and settle,
and all persona w o bold -claims
against the estate of the said de
ceased must present the same to me
for payment within twelve months of
the date'of this notice, or it will "be
pleaded in bar of their recovery.
May 19, 1894. J. V. Pethel,
Adin'r of J. Frank Pethel.
Havins been duly appointed and
qualified administrator of tho estate
of Elizabeth Earnhardt, deceased,
all pei sons holdiug claiirs aftainpt
the said deceased are hereby notifi
ed lo present then? duly authentic
ated to the undersigned for pay
ment on or before the 14th day oi
October, 1895. or this notice will be
plead us a bar to their recovery,
Abo all persons owing said decease
ea ro notified tbat prompt pay
ment i- expected.
This Oct- 13, 1894.
, W. B. Earshabdt,
Having qualified as administrator
of Jaoea A Porter,, deceased, all
persons owing said estate are here
by r.otified tbat they must make im
mediate payment or suit will be
brought; and all persons having
claims against Baid estate must pre
sent them to be undersigned duly
authenticated on or before the 18th
day of September, 1895, or this
notice will be pleadfld in tar of iheir
recovery. A. N. Harris, .
J Sept. 18, 1891. Admuustmtor.
in EloGd Poison
P. P. P. iroHkiStlieb!o33,hc!MirT
tho liiul da!t:tato!, guvs
d; easfciiTi:' CUa i.itic:tt hvtii: It ami
ici ;'asi.and lassliatia Urnt prevai'wi.
lor irimr.ry.sccinoary onrt t i tlary
cypliilh;, foruloort poisonm:. u.trcii
rlalroiaou, jsslbrin. dyspepsia, una
in nil Ai.'A rnJ skm disease;.. 1;ko
llotcbi'U. I 'rp; !C3, old nhror.ia ulcers.
U-ttcr, 8c:. i i-i iia, bolln, eryaljielos.
eozeraa-vemav siv, vithoot ft-.:r cf
c.ntnidlction,tbat V. P. P. ia thrbost
blood parllier In the vorld.nnu ciakos
positive, speedy and pormununt euros
In all cases.
Ladies whose systems are poisoned
end whose biood is in an impure c-onc.1
tlon. di e to menst raal Irregularities,
are peculiarly benetited by the won
derful tonic and blood cleansing prop,
crtiesof p. P. P. -Prickly Aah.Poka
Rum. and Potassium.
SPRINGFIELD, MO. , AU(T. 14tQ, lb93.
I can speak in the hiKueKt terms of
y.i:r medloiue from my own personal
Knowledge. I wasaffected wnn heart
disease, plearlsy and rheumatism for
35 years, was treated by the very beat
fhysician3 auo spt'nt hundreds of dol
ors, rried every known remedy with
out UcdlnB relief. I have ouly taken
one rottlo of yur P. P. P., and caa
cheerfully say it has done me mora
food than anything 1 have overtaken,
can recommend your medicine to all
suliererti ot the above diseases.
MK9. M. M. YEAHT. .
Eprlnglleld, Green County, Mo.
it s entirely rcmcTctl by P.P.P.
T'rlokly Aah. Poke Root and Potas-e.h-r.i,
tho rc&test blood purlQur on
AnEnnrEN-. O. . July 21, 1S91.
2rE3".t I.Irl'AN Bkos. , Savannah.
Gn. : Vkkk 6iks 1 bouphc a bottle of
vour P. P P. st Hot Springs, Ark. .ana
it bs dono me more good than three
months treatment at the Hot Springs.
"ji:a li.ree boitles C. O. D.
itosyectlully yours, .
JAP. M. NEWTON,
Aberdeen, Brown County, O.
Ct-ifU O' Jonnaiou.
To ell vhum ii n.7j concern: I here
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dp p. P. for eruptions of the skin. I
suffered for several years with an nn
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oy bin in vr.in, until P. P. P. was used,
tml am now entirely cured.
liiined by) J. . JOHNSTON.
Cikia C&neer Cored.
Tei'.-nojiyrom lAe Zlayor oSequin,T tx.
Beqotk, Tex., January 14, 1893.
Hisses. Lifpman Buos.. bavannab,
Oa.: Gentlemen 1 have tried your P.
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knowa as sk:n cancer.of thirty years'
atar.tiinir. and found creat relief: 1C
purities the blood and removes all ir
ritation from the Beat of the disease
and prevents any spreading rf the
sores. I bavo taken flveor Biz bouiea
and feel confident that another course
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Attorney at Lair.
m & m Diseases I'M Frea.
att. nnnooTSTS gei.1. rr.
IJp;raan' Block,eaToanBb, Oa
We Prise Most
srs not the gewgaws and gimcracks
we .'ather about us. Every life, of
ruurse, has its sacred tinseled treas
ons, l,:it ii this practical work-a-day
worici iv.:ia is prone to value most
tlic.jo. tilings which serve him best.
Mot much sentiment in this, pcr-ly?.-s,
but C.iic- x ill tLs same.
Machine of Siee!
takes first raal: the wcrid over.
Hundreds cf thousands of grain
growars call it the best Larvcster
and binder that ever r.ent into a
grain fieU, and they prize it accord
ingly. It isn't sentiment vith ll:em
it's just plain, old-fashiciied com
mon sense They iike it test be
cause it serves them best. "
It costs more rr'oney than sorr.o
fcarvesten;, but that's because it's
more valuable. Its advantages core
than offset the added cost.
The " Machine of Steel " is built
to harvest the grain crop of the
world, and to do it better than any
w Perhaps you may care to know more
about this harvester. Our catalogue will
McCormick Karvestinq machine Co.
I orke & Wadswortb, Agents.
A Wagon Lond
does not necessarily imply content
and happiness on the part of hs
possessor. It is not money thtst
gives us pfcasure,' but tlie thiigs
that money will buy.
Some people spend rmnvy
ishly, and fancy they f.iv.i 'e.: '
ment i;i dor.t-r it, but the piiurc
is more fancied than real, (io man
, No. 4 Steel Mower
can ever be accused cf spending
money foolishly, and he'U find a
hundred reasons to convince him of
We are building the No. 4 to
meet the demand for really su
perior mower, one tbat embodies the
prime requisites of durability, con
venience and light draft
You'll like this mower; not mcicty
because thousands of other farmers
like it, but because it is a really
likeable machine. If you are goiug
to buy a mower you ought to sec
the No. 4.
Get the McCormick Catalojne'aty way.
All agants furnish it oa application.
McCORKICX HARVEST!) MACHINE CO.
CHICAGO. ILL. j
Yorke & Wadu worth, Agent?,