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A BATCH OP LOCAL NEWS.
ricked l mill rut in Shape lly Our
HiiNtliHX rcnt'il rusher.
It is 1895,
Legal holiday. y
The graded schools take up their
duties agam tomorrow.
Cabin will 'draw a
big crowd, WedrJ
Skating was fine yesterday and no
doubt it will last for several days.
Mr. El. Dorton, of Flows, has ac
cepted a position with M J Corl.
This morning we heard a man
say he had not taken a drink since
See change in the Lowe Go's ad
vertisement. Wa expressly for the
Mr and Aire. Ed. Cline are todiy
moving into the cottjit ntxt to Ex
Charlotte has a spring mattress
factory. Couldn't some one atai t up
a winter hammock shop.
K W Sand if er, the most promi
nent lawyer of Dallas, X. C, died'
Sunday night of consumption.
We learn that Mr. Pink Misen
heimer and his mother will move to
Concord aud make this their horn-. .
Lawyer Saudi.fer, who died in
Dallas Sunday night, was - a law
partner oj Air. Stonewall J. Durham
At the watch party at Col. Jair.es
K Brawn's Monday night, refresh-
ments were served in a most superb
Mr. IVnick Qaery, who has bjen
with Smithdeti & Morris for several
years, has left them, taking up bib
abode "Down on the Farm'
Tonight in Holy Trinity Lutheran
church at Mt. Pleasant, Jiev. H L
Patterson, of China Giove, and Miss
Jennie Patterson will be united in
Mr. Fame!, the blacksmith, has
moved into the shop back of Sims &
Alexander. Mr. John Willeford
takes the' shop of Mr. Boyd's, ya
vated by Mr. Parnell.
There is no foundation to the. ru
mor that Smithdeil & - Morris Have
dissolved partnership. If any such
proceedings do take placej there is
nothing Known of ita3 yet.
Mr. Loinavj, engineer at the elec
tiic light station, hie- his whistle
Monday night an unusually long
time at midnight. He give the sig
nal for the coming of a new year.
As the midnight hour sounded in
the dome of the court house Monday
night, the Qreworks exploded at the
home of Mr. Geo. Iiichmond'a was
also a signal that something new
was at hand.
On3 of our young men went down
to Ilarrisburg Sunday, but did not
get back until Monday night, how,
ever, owing to the fact that he got
left. We do not know hi3 express
business down there, but we do here.
The Italeigh correspondent of
Charlotte Observer says : A liepub
Ijcan member of the Legislature eays
lie thinks Pntchard is somewhat
losing bja "cinch" on the senators
ship. Pritehard's friends claim that
this is untrue. This same "Repub
lican says Ilolton may turn out to
be a strong man, if the latter cuts
loose from Thomas Settle. lie went
on to say that there was a sort of
belief that. Settle wanted to run IIol
ton's campaign and also to lobby fcr
him for the senatorship, but if Set
tle came here for such a purpose, he
would be plainly told tnat he waa
elected Congressman and not to the
Legislature. In other words, if
Ilolton is clear of Settle, hewill be
quite strong. Of Ewart'a and Mote's
( chances, this ltepublicau dees n-i
speak very flatteringly.
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
reopie Who Travel, as Seen by or
Mr. G E Leonard, of Lexing
ton, spent several days in the city.
- Mrs. Dr. Yousg and Master
Kobert have returned from Char
lotte. Miss Mibel Tomlinson, of Dur
ham, and Miss Nannie Cannon are
visiting in Charlotte.
Mr. Claude Thompson, after
spending the holidays in the city, has
returned to Salisbury. '
-Miss Minnie Gray, who spent
the holidays with the family of Mr.
W G Boshamer, returned to her
home in Charlotte today.
A tramp was permitted to sleep in
the guaid house at Charlotte Satur
day night. Monday morning as he
was aoout to take his have it wat
discovered that he had stolen a
blanket. He wanted it probibly as
a souvenir. -
Misses Maggie Brown and Piose
Willeford left this morning for
Salisbury, where they will attend
the reception of Mr. and Mrs. Will
Wiseman, who have just returned
from an extende I bridal tour to
MissEanice Harden, of Belvidere,
after spending a week very plea-ant-I
y at Dr. Cartland's with her friend,
Miss Mtadef, returned to Guilford
College this morning, where she is
now attending school and will grad
uate with honors at the close of this
The dance Monday night a'
Pa'tersou's hall was indeed an en
joyable one. Dancing began prompt
ly at 9 o'clock and was continued
until a late hour. The german was
given complimentary to the school
twirls aud their guests who are spend
ing the holidays in Concord.
X l'art of 1 liuiil&s.'
For the cordial welcome extended
to myself and family by the menih
bets of Centra) church and the many
kindly attentions, anticipating our
wants and making our residence
among the people a constant delight
we return our sincerest gratitude
and appreciation, and pray that, as
the days go by, we may! be able to
render them such service, as shall
bind us together in still closer feU
lowship, and repay in some measure,
at least, the kindness they have
shown us. In a ministry of twenty
eight years, we may sincerely say,
' 'the lines have never fallen to us,
in more pleasant places."
R. II. Park eh.
i Concord, N. C, Jan. 1, 1895.
Un Monday night before Christ
ma?, Lady's Mackintosh in paste
board box. between Ximmons' store
and my residence. Liberal reward
for its return to me. W. J. Urn.
I, the undersigned, offer for
at. public auction, at my place, in
No'. 5 township, on the 15th day of
January, 1895, to the highest bid'
der, for cash, tho following prop
erty : One reaper, one thresher, two
1-horse wagons, one 2-hoese wagon,
several hogs, cows, two horses, one
mule, and all kinds of farming im
plements. Pink M, Misenhemer.
ThU?, Jan. 1, 1895.
ISucKBou'n Arnica fcalve.
The Best Salve in tXe worH for
Cuts, Braisas, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter,Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
8un Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is
guaianteed to give satisfaction or
mocfcv re""ded. Price 25 ctntsr pe
box. Fer sale at P. B, betzer's Drug)
A co d wave is coming ana if yon
want; to keep warm, buy vour coal
ofBrown & Kimmons; they have
the.bfe-st.in the market. Leave your
orders at Kimmotis store and they
will be 'filled promptly. We also
keep shop coal on hand constantly,
feb3dw Brown & Kimmoks.
The regular meeting of Cabarrus
Council 1205 U yul Arcanum, at
Masonic Ha'l Tuesday evening, Jar.
1st, 1895, at 7 o'clock. The kstilan
tion of newly elected officers will
take place. A full attendance is
desired. J. L II artsell, Regent
j W. G. BoshaaTer, Secty.
Dec, 31st, 1894
Here's1 Jewelry for every one,
And Jewelry for you;
vVeddin giftb for a;room and bride,
And for the baby by you side,
Biitliday gifts for father and mother,
Lover, sweetheart, sister and brother,
Uncle and aunt, nephew and cousin,
One single article oi by the dozen.
Beautifui siiyer knives and forks.
Can be bought unite cheap at YorkeV;
Watches and chains and golden rings,
Breastpins, charms, and all such things.
Christmas presents for young and old,
Call at Yorke's, they must be sold!
THE ARM LOCK
Adjusted at both ends.
The most comfortable Bed
Spring yet known to the
world. It will not get one
sided it stands perfectly
square aud will not be
THE ARM LOCK
is in 'many of the best
homes in town and county.
Mr John P, Allison and
Dr. L, M. Archey sa it
is complete and they
would not do without
For further particulars "call
ou me or address,
J. Wallace Cook.
Concord, N. C,
SOUTUEN JELLICO COAL.
COAL ON THE MARKET,-
HIGHEST HEATING CAPACITY
Three Grades. Prompt delivery,
a TRY IT
JSST Leave orders at G E Fisher's
store, or with my wagons.
K. L. CRAVEN.
A FlourishingSehool for Young
Ornamental Branches Receive
REV. C. L. T. FISHER, A.
MOUNT PHEASANT. N.IC;
THE! LOWE GO
COlsTCOED 3ST. C.
WK HAVE BCUGRT A BIG LOT CP
JL V.lilil JillU.
from 4 to 12 years old for less than half price and we havefy
cut the price in the middle aad will sell themi as follows.
Four years old s - 1.75
Six to eiijhE vears old
Ten to twelve years old
This is the grandest
we have ever shown.
W E ARE MO VING OUR
Clothing in the house, used by J. A Kimmons.
HCOME AND SEE US II
i WANT, YOUR TRADE
-FURNITURE I'PIANOS AND ORGANS. isr
f New Style3, Fina Work and L )v Prio93 co int for anything. "Don't you
think it foolish to pay $17-50 or 0.03 for and Oak Bedroom Suit when
you can buy a better one from ma in OAK for 813 50 ? L it wise to pay
830 000 for a Parlor Suit to one deahr, when you cai buy a better one
from me for $22.50 ? I can o5fer you the same Ravins in all grades and
styles of Furniturae. THE LACIGE ST 8 TOOK iui - .yoa to CHOOSE
FltOM ever displayed bofoi.,
PIANOS' AND ORGANS
Fverv instrument l otter vou is strictly first-clas and is fully guaraQteed,
Write for catalogues, prions and terms. Foe Thirty Da3 1 will otter a
regular 8123 PIANO for S375. I hive other special brgna--3uch bar
gains as I ha?o never before baea able to oiler. I py tjeigat on all
instruments, and furnish fine sto j1, scarf and instructor,
DjalerIin MaitalsFaraiture, .Piaao3jtiua;OrKiiis,
16 and 18 W. Trad- street, CHARLOTTE,. N OJ
bargain in seasonable goods thafe
TO SELL! OUJ