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A BATCH OF 1,0 UAL NEVVS. (
ricked I'p and I 1 i" Shape lly Our
IluxlliH IVnril Puslier.
Take yourself to the show tonight,
Greensboro ha3 exiled one of her
'despnvite characters from the State.
y ?Ao seemed to be plentiful Tues
The Salisbury national bank -has
declared the usual semiannual divi
dend. How many, even when they turn
over the new leaves, find ii's the old,
Mr. D Frank Cannon, Jr., will
return to Horner's School at Oxford
Found Parse containing money
in Bostian's Kucket store. IVy for
this notice ami get your property.
d I Your attenti jn is called to the no
"tice by Kiatn Kirg, administrator of
To a certain extent the man born
'With a silver spoon in his mouth is
in a position to make a stir in the
from the start.
- It 4
shows the levity of human na-
... V I
ture that it doesn't cost . skaters a
thoaght what the ice may 'ccst them
, Mr. itob Walthall has resigned Im
position with lorke cV Wadswortn
and will accept a position with Capt.
A II lVopst.
for Christmas, but he was delayed
to perform a mariiage ceremony
, where the legnl fee only played a
, Mr. J a?. C Willeford has opentd
up a yiiicn repair snop in one vv ui.j
'windows of the storeioom of II L
Tropst. Jim is nicely lived and we
wish him a good patronage.
Among several who bro'hc through
the ic? Tuesday at Morris' pond vvs
the Standard's red-head.d printer,
John Goodaian. We suppose John's
hair accounts for the ice getting so
At a -iv o of t or Hose and
Keel company Tuesday night, a mo
tion tvas made to insist on the au
thorities to have au electric light
placed above the door on the outside
, of their reel house. This is quite a
necessity and should be1 attended to.
Ic seems ffirdiy possible, but nev
ertheless it is true, that on an aver
age every fiifty-fifth person you meet
wears W L Douglas shoes. Did you
ever realize what an immense under
taking it is to Eupply one article of
wearing apparel to over one million
Out of over 150 subscribers to the
Concord Water Works, only about
twenty escaped damage from the
freeze. Pipes lureted right and
left, It i3 straLge the way some of
them did. It was not the exposed
pipe that broke, but in many case
the pipes bursted in the houses.
Even thf waterback in Fetzsr'a cook
ing-etove bursted. Tne plumbers
are in high clover now.
The Uncle Tom's Cabin Company
arrived in Concord this (Wednesday)
morning in their own car. The
band paraded the street and the
free music it furnished is the fh )st
ever heard on our streets, so musi
cians eay. E'ery account we have
u-on is exceeding complimentary,
wth one exception the local re
porter of the Charlotte Observer was
slightly disappointed in the play.
Oar. people may expect a splendid
. entertainment tonight.
On Monday night before Christ
ma?, L-idy'a Mackintosh in paste
board box. between Kimmons' store
and my residence. Liberal reward
for its return to me. W. J. Hitl.
TEIE RUSH UF HUMANITY.
People Who Travel, as Seen by Our
G W Means is up in the
Mr. Sidney llintels, who is
popularly known here, is in the city,
Miss Connie Cline left yester
day for Mt. Amcena.
Mr. George Kichmond left this
morning for Danville. Va., his home.
Mr. Howard Cannon is up from
Hon. A F Hileinm came in
from Raleigh today.
Mrs. M A Smith and children,
of Forpst Hill, h.ivp wtumpil frnm
Miss Morris, of Kaleigh, who is
viditintr at Judge Montgomery's.
i .cave iu18 cvciiiu-.
Mr-1 r.pnrrp W Rrnwn nrif1
..In), bioue W isrowu and
children! and Miss Maggie Brown
U1UCU oauauuiy ims murus
Messrs, Archty Henderson, Wal
ter Woodson and Gus Bingham, all
of Salisbury, spent New Year's in
Miss Lucy Kichmond, after
spending the holidays with home
folks, has returned to Hudson, where
she is teaching.
Mr. and Mre. John M Young,
Ms. E U Hall and Prof. K L
Keesh-r spent Xew Year's in Salis
b.iry with Mrs. Tom Johnson,
Miss Janie Gaiuey, who spent
the holidays to pleasantly with her
cou&in, Miss Gaiuey, at Mr. I) L
Bost' returned this morning to the
At Torost Hill Tonight.
Another marriage is booked. for
forest Hill tonight. Mr. William
Fret;:?, a widower, h to wed Mre.
Dunn. The most remarkable thing
about this marriage is that the
Fivcze is not yet Dunn, and that the
warm hea.it of Mrs. Dunn will be
made Fxeezi before another da v.
It Way Kmniiciput ion.
The colored people of our city did
celebrate Tuesday, and the pro
gramme at the court house at I
o'clock was nicely rendered by 'quite
a number of our best colored people.
The exercise3 consisted of speech
making, singing of anthems, etc.
At night a festival was had at
Armory hall and everything passed
off -nicely, there being very little cf
the usual rowdyism upon such
We rx nst say that it wa3 a big day
for them and compliment them upon
their unusual quietude.
Kuisrlits of flic JIaccalx'o.oi.
The State commander writes us
from Lincoln, Neb., as follows: "Af
ter trying ether medicines for what
seemed to be a very obstinate cough
in our two children we tried Dr.
King's New Discoyery and at the
end of tvo days the cough entirely
left them. We will not be without
it hereafter, as our experience proyea
that it cures where all other re
medies fail.' 'Signed F W Stevens,
State Com. Why not give this
great medicine a trial, as it is guar
anteed aul trial bottles are free at
Felzera Drug store Regular size
5oc and 1 00. '
Colored Coiigressiiisiii Murray's Ad
ylce. Mobile, Ala., Jan. 1. Einancipa
tion day was celebrated in Mobile by
parades of all negro societies and at
night Congressman G W Murray,
colored, of South Carolina, made the
principal address of the day to 3,000
people. He appealed for the ad
vancement of the race and admous
ished his hearers to work in harmony
with the white people of the South
and to banish all ideas of emigration
from their minds.
A co d wave is coming ana if you
want to keep warm, buy vour coal
of Brown & Ktmmons ; they have
the best in the market. Leave your
oraers at Kimmous store and they
will be filled promptly. We also
keep shop coal on hand constantly,
febSdw Brown & Kimmons.
Here's Jewelry for everyone, '
And Jewelry for you ; "
Wedding gifts for groom and bride,
And for the baby bv you side,-
1 Biithday gifts for father and'niother
uuver, Hweeuieari, sister and brother,
Uncle and aunt, nephew and cousin,
One single article 01 by the dozen.
Beautiful silycr knives and forks.
, Canbc bought quite cheap afc Yorko,8,
I Watches and chains and golden rings,
Breastpins, charms, and all such things
Christm-is present for voun- and ohl.
Call at Yorke's, they must be sold !
THE ARM LOCK
Adjusted at both ends.
The most comfortable Bed
Spring yet known to tne
world, it will not get one
sided it stands perfectly
square and will, not bes
THE ARM LOCK
. BED SPRING
is in "many of the best
homes in town and county.
Mr John V. Allison and
Dr. L, M. Arc hey say it
is complete and they
would not do without
For further particulars call
on me or address,
J. Wallace Cook.
Concord, N. C,
SOUTIIEN JELLICO COAL.
COAL ON THE MARKET,
HIGHEST HEATING CAPACITY
LEAST.IPER CEMT OF: ASHES.
Three Grades. Prompt delivery.
Lsave orders at G E Fisher's
store?or with niylwagoiis.
K. L. CRAVEN.
S E M I N A R Y
A Flourishing. School for Young
Ornamental Branches Receive
REV. C. L. T. FISHER, :A.
MOUNT PHEASANT N.:C.
WK HAVE BOUGHT A BIG LOU CP
from 4 to 12 years old for less than half price and we havm
cut the price in the middle aud will sell thcmi as follows;
' Four years old s - $1.75
Six to eight Years old v 1.50
Ten to twelve years old - 1.75 '
This is the grandest bargain in se?sonable goods thafa
we have 'ver shown.
VE ARE MOVING OUR "
Clothing in the house, used by J. A Kimmons.
II COME AND SEE US II
1 WANT, YOUR TRADE!"
--FURNITURE llPIANOS AND ORGANS
f New Sfcyleg, Fine Work and L w Prica3 coinfc for anything. ZDon'fc you
think it foolish to pay $1750 or $.0.03 for and Oak Bsdroom Suit when:,
you can buy a better one from ma iu OAK for 13 59 ? Is it wise to pay
830 000 for a Parlor Suit to oiie dealer, wli3n you caa buy a better one
from me for $22.50 ? I can ofer you the same savins: in all grades and
styles of Furniturne. THE LARGH33T S FO JK, iur you to CHOOSE
FliOM ever displayed befoio-, f
PIANOS! AND ORGANS
Fvery instruccent 1 offer you is strictly first-class and is fully guaranteed.
v Write for catalogues, pricas and
regular $125 PIANO for $375. Ih weolher spaeial birgiia sucn bar
gainsaslhare never bafore baai able to olfer. I piy f reiut on all
instruments, and furnish fine s:oj1, scarf aud instructor.
s Diaierin Ma itols, Furniture, (Piauo3andlOriQs, ; . t
16 and 18;W. Trada street, CHARLOTTE, N O jr
TO SELL' OUJ
terni3. For Thirty D .17 s I will offer a