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A BATCH OF LOCAL NEWS, f
I'irked I p ami Put Shape Ky Our
Money 10 Joan on real estate, G
Means attorney. tf
Tiio city school board met this
;'ft''noon at 4 o'clock.
The town commissioners will meet
tomorrow (Tuesday) .aiejhl',
Saul the hobo the bum, "I hope
th ;t snov s.orm will not come."
Mr. V L Bell is terribly tidied
Mr. John Bost bus returced to the
clerkship at the St. Cloud hotel.
Lord Randolph Churchill is some-
Thomas P. Dayies id a c.imliu;t-e
for the Htst Virginia United oiatts
The mfa-it child of Mr, 0 W
Bosr, of No. 11 to-.vnship, died Sat
Florida on Wheels - It is woth a
visit and the price of travel. Dan
The hrm of Cannon, Fetzer &
Bell is now changed to that of Can
non, Fetzer, Bell and son see ?
Florida on Wheels Flondians
should be proud of it. S. Framing
liam (Mass ) Gazette.
About thirty-live bales of cotton
were on the market toiM The
price paid was 4: and 5c.
Tickets for the Arioii concert are
on sale at Felzer's diiig store, pieces
Si 5 and 35 cents.
Florida on Wheels A large num
ber of citizens inspected it. Head
ing (Pa.) Daily Gazette.
A small boy is wanted by this
ottice to cany papers. Apply at
one?. Forest Hill route.
If you are a lover of good music
and want a "royal feast," don't miss
the Anon concert Tuesday night.
The best musical treat of the sea
son will be l! veil bv the Arions tos
Florida on Wheels The car is
built of Florida' most beautiful
woods. New YorK World,
Mr. Robert Phifer is. having
built in the re ir of his storeroom a
large blacksmith shop. It will be
of brick. ,
The Ariou Quartette will be as
sisted by Miss Scott, as pianist, and
one of Charlotte's best vocalists,
Miss May Pegram.
Florida on Wheels The people
turned out in large numbers to wel
come it. Time3-Union, Jackson"
Kev. W7 C Alexander, of the First
Presbyterian church, will conduct
the meeting tonight at Central
Efforts are being made to secure a
date from Hi Henry, His minstrels
will be jn Charlotte January 14.
We want them the 15th,
Master Thomas Johnston, whofo"
several months prt has been em
ployed at the Rpoket, has receptee1
a positiqn with D P Day vault.
Florida on WheelsIt shows that
in variety of production Florida is
simply wonderful. Pougbkepsie (N.
Y.) Daily Eagle.
The Lowe Co. are moving their
dry goods and notions into the Kirn
mons storeroom and will put their
stock ot clothing in the upper room.
Messrs. Scott, McNeely, JMew
combe and Norwood, who compose
the Arion Quartette, merit a good
house tomorrow night.
THE RUSH OP HUMANITY.
I'eopJo Wiu Travel, as Seen by Our
Mr. T G Furr left today for
Sunnyside, Rowan coun'y, his hon e,
Mr. Frank bobbins, of China
Grove, was ir the city Sunday.
deputy Marshal Robert King
spent Sunday in the city.
S3 Mr George Heglar, of New
London, was in the ci y today.
Mr. 0 M Sappenfield is in the
city for a few days.
Andrew Gnei was up today
Mr. J W Stanley, a prominent
colliu diummer, spent the day in
Master Vaughn and Miss Mah
aui Elliott will return home from
Cheater, S. C, tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Wiseman,
will leaye tonight for a trip to
Mr. T C Kestler, of Charlotte,
pent the day in the city with Prof.
K L Keesler, his cousin,
Dr. Wilson, of Harrisburg,
recently of Florida, was m the city
Florida on Wheels Yesterday
one of the handsomest cars ever seen
in Richmond arrived in this city.
Richmond (Va.) Daily Register.
Tho ladies who are canvassing the
city with tickets for the Anod con
cert tomorrow nighr, have met with
great success, having sold more than
Ex-Sheriff Muirison is taking
whistling lessons. He ia getting
along immensely with his tax col
lect j ng. but will have quite a list of
name for advertisement.
The Los Augeles express and a
work teain collided m Altamont tun
nel in Calif o. nia yesterday. The
accident resulted m the death of the
ti reman, and Engineer Hubbard, of
Preliminary steps were taken at
New Orleans Saturday ia the or
ganizUionofa fruit exchange, aud
a committee was appointed to map
out plans. The leading importers
are interested in the movement.
The remains of Mrs. Price, grands
mother of Mr. George Price, of No.
1J, and in aiu-t of Mrs. W A Wood,
of Forest Hill, were brought to Con
cord from Pineville this morning
and were interred at
c meter j
this (Monday) afternoon.
Florida on H'liceS
"Florida on Wheels" is a marvel
of beauty, ingenuity and enterprise,
-fc is no wonder that the press speaks
so highly of it everywhere, and for
advertising Florida nothing better
could haye been invented. Magnifi
cent plate mirrors at the ends of the
compartment reflect the beautiful
collection and make the whole ouU
shine in splendor anything ever con
ceived in fairy tales, Orlando, Fla.,
tlr. ISrmier Released.
1 eputy Sheriff Bisaner returned
from Matthews yesterday morning
with Dr. J, Bruner, they, as men
tioned in yesterday's Obseryer, have
ing been there to get some papers,
in evidence of the doctor's innocence
of the charges brought against him
from Texas. He got the papers.
Later the sheriff received a telegram
from Gove rnor Carr ordering his re.
lease, ? he had denied the requ;s'--tion.
Judge Burwell went to Ra1
eigh Friday night to sea Governor
Carr about the matter. His visit
was successful. Doctor Bruner has
papers showing that the tiansaction
regarding the horse was perfectly
rrrri Hp will rpmain at: MaM.hflwfl
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1110 UUUit) CUVA Jiu mjiV l J
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; Notice is 1 ereby given of the seiz
ure of the follow ing property, for
violation of . Internal Revenue
laws of the United States, supposed
to be the property of John Carter:
One horse, 1 wagon and harness.
Nineteen boxes tobacco.
Two empty boxes.
One keg whiskey.
Any person claiming Siid property
is hereby notified tu appear before
the undersigned at his ollhe in
Asheville, N. C. within thirty (30)
days from the date hereof and make
such claim in the form and manner
prescribed by law or the property
will be declared forfeited to the
Unite 1 States,
M. E. Carter, Collector,
5th District, N. C.
By R. S. Harris, Deputy Collector,
Concord, Dec. 22, 1801.
A coM wave is coming ana if you
want to keep warm, buy vour coal
of Brown & Kimmons ; they have
the best in the market. Leave your
orders at Kimmons store and they
will b Slled promptly. We also
keep shop coal on hand constantly
f-b3dw Brown & Kt m hosts.
THE ARM LOCK
A trusted at both ends.
The most comfortable Bed
Spring yet known to tlie
world. It will not get one
sided it stands perfectly
square and will not bes
THE ARM LOCK
is in many of the bost
bonus in town and county.
Mr John F, Allison and
Dr. I, M. Arehey say it
is complete and they
would not do without
Forfirther particulars call
on me o: address,
J. Wallace Cook.
Conccrd, N. G,
SOU'JIIEN JELLICO COAL.
COAL Otf THfi MARKET,
HIGHEST HEATING CAPACITY
LEAST PER CENT OF ASHES.
Three Grades. Prompt delivery.
Sauries FREE !
J&ST Liave orders at G E Fisher's
storeor yith niy wagons. . ,
K. L. CRAVEN.
SE M I NARY
AFlounsning.School for Young
I TEN TEACHERS,
Ornamental Branches Receive
Ho vof nl' A ff -t f 1 rn
REV Ea L T.,'FISHER' A. M;,
I I PRINCIPAL,
MOUNT PHEASANT N.IC.
THE LOWE GO
O OlTCOEDj USTJ OS
HAVE BOUGHT A BIG LOT CF
EEFERS for the GIRL
from 4 to 12 years old for less than half price and we have
cut the price ia tli3 middle and will sell thm as follows.
Four years old s - $1.75
Six to eight vears old - v 1.50 '.
Ten to twelve years old - 1.75
This is the grandest bargain in se?sonable goods that
we have ever shown.
YE ARE MOVING OUR
Clothing in the house, used by J. A Kimmons.
.11 COME AND SEE US II
i WANT. YOUR TRADE
FURNITURE PIANOS . AND ORGANSn
f New styies, Fine Work and Low Prices count for anything. Don't you
think it foolisn to pay $1750 or .0.00 for and Oak Bedroom Suit when
you can buy a better one from me in OAK for S13 50 ? Is it wise to pay
S30.000 for a Parlor Suit to one dealer, when you can buy a better one
from me for $22.50 ? I can offer you the same savins in all grades and
styles of Furniturne. THE LARGEST STOJK ;Iui .you to CHOOSE
FROM ever displayed befoio-,
&PIANOS AND ORGANS
Fvery instrument I offer you is strictly first-class and is fully guaranteed.
Write for catalogues, prices and terms. Eor Thirty Days I will oiler a
regular $125 PIANO for $375. I have other special bargain such bar
gains as I have never before been able to oiler. I piy freight on all
instruments, and furnish fine stool, scarf and instructor.
E. M. ANDREW Si
Dealer in Mantel3, Furniture, Piano3 aa;i Organs,;
j 16 and 18 W. Trad street, CHARLOTTE, N Oj
TO SELL: OUj