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A BATOII Ob' LOCAL NEWS.
rit ikiMl l ami I'ut in Shape lly Our
lliixtliHX ToiK-il Pusher.
'It's all over now" the mud.
Money o loan ou real estate, W G
Means attorney. t
U will cle.ir off on Friday. You
fiiuy jus- as well believe it ,19 not.
Mr. Caleo A Pitts ii assisting
Krister Weddington in running the
oflice. They keep good fi.;es.
We are told that the water courses
of the county re higher than they
have been for years.
Tna city graded schools o-e nav
hj halfssessious during the bad
Fans and specifications are in the
hands of Contractor I)
for a parsonage to be erected at
C- u non v lie f or Bay's chapel.
If the pond in front of Lippards
Ihrner's store, on
would just free-:1,
i-katers have a tune !
Tbr Lowe Co. have an advertise
ment in this issue that - every bod
hon id read. See it and proln
A Mr. Cline, grand-son of the
late Mr. J:m Cline of No 5, died
niht in south
consumption. He was but 23 yeaid
Bv being elected to the Sr;,te
Senate, says the Chirlottv News,
FlitorDo.vd got a new ant of
clothe. Rogers & Co., presented
Upon seeing one of the b leach ery
hands on the .aee, we asked: 'vis
the bleachery ruiiirug?7 II is ;"3
WL-r was that they were outcf v. a -or.
Thii is no joke, but tough on the
Humor has it that Mr. Tay'or
UIiuc is dead, but no particulars cau
be leareeJ, jr Mr. (Jiine is et
j.lie and reads th's roiice, we hope
he :x not die fioai thj untruthful
Mr. C E Alexander today bought
Mr. Sims' interest in the firm of
Sims & Alexander Since Mr. Sims
has become our sheriff, he finds it
necessary to go out of business and
.::ve his attention to his olllcial
Clothing Sales Agent wanted for
Concord and vicinity. Liberal com
mhsions paid, and we furnish the
lest and most complete outfit eve
provided by any house. Write at
once for terms. Send 2 or 3 refer
ences. Waxxamaker & Bhown.
Mr. II McNamara tried to get
some fto-to-Bac. lie is determined
to quit the weed, if this cure is cap
able of doing it. He tried ence be
fore and for three days he suffered
and got the nerye3 until he lo3t his
appetite. Others, trying to qit,
htne gone all along there.
The Kowali county Fair Associa
tion ha3 met and done some business.
The treasurer reported that he had
paid off all the expenses and was
paving the premiu ns prorata. We
will take prorata for our bill of ad
vertising that ha3 been due for 3
years and which gets no notice at
the hands of the association. Won-
r if the association treated the
papers a3 mean as it did this ?
Veterd-ay morning when the
Westr-rn train was about eight miles
west of Salisbury Conductor Mur
phy, who was taking up tickets,
came to a negro man, whose ticket
read to Norwood on the Yadkin road.
The train was stopped and the col
ored man got off and plodded his
weary way back to'the depot in time
to board the ea3t bound Yadkin
tram at 1 o'clock. Salisbury
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
I'cople Who Travel, as Seen hy Our
Mr. John C Wadsworth
Albemar'e on business.
13 in ' i
Mr. K L Dick returned yester
day from Greensboro.
- Mr. G B Caldwell arrived in the
city today from Lexington.
Mr. J C Fink is in Raleigh at
tending the meeting of the Masons.
Mr. Harry Wolfe, a regular
lad&man a millinery drummer is
in the city,
Mr. Elia3 Krimminger, of In
dian Trail, Union county, is in the
county visiting friends and relatives.
NEW MASONIC OFFICERS.
i h(an 1 Lodge Jlearcl a Tint
Uievs f rom JckIo Clark.
Yesterday the Grand Lodge con
sidered the proposition of Mr. B N
Duke to give the Orphan Asylum
$5,000 if the Masons wil' raise a like
sume this year. Over 4,000 -was
raised by the lodge.
In the hall of the House of
Representatives, Judge Walter Clark
delivered the annual address to the
Grand Lode on 'Masonry." The
address was a fine ellbrt and was
highly enjoyed by a large audience.
He was introduced by Grand Marshal
E F Limb, of Elizabeth City.
Last night the new officers of the
Grand Lodge were elected.
F M Move, of Wilson, Grand
Muster; R J Noble, of Salem, Deputy
Grand Master; Walter E Moore, of
Jackson, Grand Senior Warden;
James A Leach, of Lexington,
Grand Junior Warden; John C
Diewery, Grand Secretary; William
Simpson, Grand Trtasurer; J M
Cnrrin, cf Oxford, Director of the
Ox lord Orphan Asylu;r, vice A II A
ns a Si- lit !
A reporter's attention was called
to a group of men at Mr. M J Curl's
stable this afternoon. There "were
six in number. In weight- three of
them nearly doubles the others.
Messrs. Eiias Krimmiogtr, Col.
James Lorg and Chap. Kriinniingei,
were the jumbos. They aie all
whoppers. The three lightweights
were Meisis. M J Corl, George F
Camhurdt and Dr. Grilliu. The
contrast is as follows:
Eiias Krimmiuger, 235, M J
Corl, 1 15 ; Col. Jas. Long, 2G0, Geo.
F Barnhardr, 153 ; Chap. Kilm
micger, 255, Dr. Gnffin, 1G0; mak
ing a total of 1290, of which three
furnish 800, even of it.
The t flj Datls.
Concord's city fathers net Wed
nesday evening. Just what was
under consideration we do not know.
We met the mayor and he said "Oh,
nothing much" in answer to our
question about the business trans
acted. fttoleu From Stable.
On Tuesday night my cow, a deep
red cow, with horns curved toward
forehead, right ear smooth cut and
split, my mark, was stolen from my
stable. Finder will be rewarded.
Henry Johnson, Colored,
EastheldMecklenburg Co. d5 lw
Rtd Irish Bitch, between Concord
and Catholic church on Gold Hill
road. A liberal reward will be
given for her return, to Dr. L M
Archey or Dayid Eirnhardt,
To All Whom it May Concern.
I have authorized Mr. J L Boger
to collect all fee3 due me and give
receipt for same. Respectfully,
J. Y. Fitzgerald.
Four room dwelling hou3e on East
Depot street next to Mr. Sapp; apply
to J. W. Cannon. dlmjlO.
Notice ia hereby given of the seiz
are of the following property, for
vio ation of Internal Revenue
laws of the Uaited States, supposed
to be the property of John Carter:
One horse, 1 wagon ami harness.
Nineteen boxes tobacco.
Two empty boxes.
One keg whiskey.
Any person claiming s-id property
is hereby notified to appear before
the undersigned at his office 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
M. E. Carter, Collector,
5th District, N, C.
By R. S. Harris, Deputy Collector.
Concord, Dec. 22, 1S9L
THE ARM LOCK
Adjusted 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 iu many of the best
homes in town and county.
Mr John P, Allison and
Di L, M. Archey say it
is complete and they
would not do without
For further particulars call
on me or address,
J. Wallace Cook.
Concord, N. C,
SOUTH K.N JELLICO COAL.
CO M r A RATI YE L Y B ET TE R,
COAL OX THE MARKET.
HIGHEST SEATING CAPACITY
LEAST PER CENT OF .ASHES.
Three Grades. Prompt delivery.
Sampics FREE !
JSST Leave orders at G E Fisher's
store, or with mylwaotis.
K. L. CRAVEN.
A FlounsninsrlSchool for Young
Ornamental Branches Receive
REV. O. L. T.S.FISHBB, A. M
MOUNT PLEASANT N. C.
A co!d wave is coming ana if you
want to keep warm, buy. your coal
of Brown & Kimmons ; they have
the best in the market. Leave your
oruers at Kimmon3 store and they
will be filled promptly. We also
keep shop coal on hand constantly
f ib3dw Brown. & Kimmons-
THE' LOWE CO
O O IsTO OED- 1ST". C
V e have finished taking stock and while goin through we
have thrown out 155 pai:s of shoes m?de bv Zio-W
Bros, Stiibleys, Bay State Co. and several
other brands. Ladies sizes 2 to 312,
WILL SELL FOR 70 CTS.
The original price was 1.50 to $2.00 but all will go at 70 cts
Children sizes, 13, 13 and 1, will go at
50 CETS PER PAIR.
It is less than half price, but we are going to clean out all
old st3ck. The same way in
We will sell 100 pairs at 40 cents to clean out, worth twicer
the money, In
One lot square cut, sack, double breast, that sold for 6.50
will now go at $3.75, 'sizes for young men up to 19 years old
That sold for S1S.00 ang $10.00, wili go for $3.50 and $4.00.
We are going to clean them out.
MEN'S SHOES FOR NINETY CENTS '
Five cases men's full stock English ties that sold for $1.25
will go now for 90 cents. 5 cases ladies $1.90 shoes we want,
to clean out at 75c.
SAMPLES. SAMP LES'
Everv pair of sample shoes in our house'will now go at nei
cost to us. Not one dair reseryed. We are 'going to clean
up the entire stock. 700
- To close out now at $4.75- Every overcoat t cost, TEW
LADIES CLOAKS, all we have left, will now goat cost. In
every department of our house we have bargains that will do
you good. We have moved our ury vroous m j. ahuiuuuo
building next door to where we have been, and 'Jour clothing
and shoes in the Lore building.