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. .; ; j I'at in Nhapc 11 y Om
.-,v lot of till wool carpet 20c. per
, ; -i - -The K:icket. 2t.
he change in the advertise
:,f Morrison. Lentz & Co.
. Spriug goods have arrived.
lot of Dimity and Nainsook.
:, V f DdU, of the Reformed
;. -. reh, preached in Si, James
! . r : : e h u re h S u n day nig h t.
:, 1 1 L-el Minstrels Tuesday night.
. j;; for street pirade. 26 4t,
.iw & Son lave a change in
n,:r advertisement. It would be
- yoiix' interest to read it.
file mother of Mr. Moses Stire
;tlt, who lives just across the Ca
; irrus line in Kuwan county, died
Tar Heel Minstrels Tuesday night.
Full of fun. Laugh and grow fat.
There was a delightful tea Satur
day evening at Esq. W J Hillfs, The,
climax was a candy pulling. We
had a rememberance oh, so sweet it
Early risers Sunday morning saw
me house tops covered with snow.
This will v-e news, formajydid
not see it.
A bill has been introduced in the
legislature looking to the establish
fiit of a reformatory for youthful
riminals. The Standard trusts the
bill will pass.
Tar Heel Minstrels Tuesday night,
benefit Brass Band. Tickets 25 and
5 cents. On sale at Gibson's Drug
oiore. Don't fail to see the great
1 egro specialties. m5
Albert Ellis was arrested Satur
day afternoon for being) drunk and
disorderly. After spending the
Sabbath in Jail, he was tried this
morning and fined $5,35.
A lady, fearing to cross a swollen
tream while in a photon, jumped
""it into the mud and waded
though, carrying in her arms a
-mail child, This happened Sunday.
Howard Foard, kinky haired son
:f Ham, was arraigned before the
imor -li? (Monday) morning for
!:;k1 and profane swearing on the
d-eet Sunday. His fine was $5,35.
j ask Ritchie, a white man, who
ic.d liyed in No. 8 township this
nty, vaa arrested on a ca:i
; :m Rowan. It is said that Ritchie
;. i; uipteu to atresia man without a
" ' iit or authority, the man re
' d. vl-rouj on Ritchie shot him.
f- va-s taken to Salisbury this
' "' ? I'ii i-v of Work,
"'K-t pretty new omnibus that
"'c- down from Mr. Cook's stables
Forest Hill this morning, was
'most a paralyzer to the town, inas
"r;h as it was made in Concord, at
' ; "rage's shop. Besides being a
' tty thing to look at it nde3 so
iy one can hardly tell it is run-
Henry Overton, the polite colored
ic" is prouder of his new yehicle
would be of a horse all of
o own. Henry will evidently
itch the custom.
Im tioii of'Ku Fare.
' or along time many people were
-icg to the depot rather than
1 lto cents for a trip. It was too
'"" l;i the ayerage man, of
1 he livery men have agreed to
-l-e the fare 15 cents, and 25 cents
"ound trip. This is very reason-it-
and thanks to the liyery men.
A ''Grandfather's. Clock," Seth
i homaa' prefered. Fair price. Call
- Cioud Hotel,or sen 1 word. D.
i "masmaanwmt i u?riTrrMii
THE HUSH OF HUMANITY.
People Who Travel, as Soen by or
Judge W J Montgomery left
this morning for Lexington.
Mr. j?raak Bobbins was
Mr. D J Bostain was in Char
Mr. J H McDowell, of Char
lottewas in the city.
Mr. W B Smoot, of Salisbury,
spent Sunday in the city with Di. J
Miss Connie Cline, of Mt.
Amosna Seminary, spent several
days in the city.
Mrs. W A F Propst and child
ren aud Mis Maggie Earnhardt
are visiting in No. 5 at the home of
Mr. Martin Propst.
Mr. Kobert Caldwell, of Salis
bury, is in the city. He will assist
the boys with the Ministrel tomorrow
Miss Emma Phifer, after spend
ing several days with her Pister,
Mrs. N D Fetzer left this morning
for Winston, where she will spend
Miss Helen Barker, treasurer of
the National Women's Christian
Union, will lecture at the First
Presbyterian church Wednesday
afternoon at 4 o'clock and at the
Forest Hill. Methodist church Wed
nesday night at 8 o'clock. Mrs.
Barker is a fine talker and nation
al reputation and will doubtless in
terest all and increase the enthusi
asm of the temperance workers in
our midst. Let everybody go out to
these meetings. '
Took by Surprise and Nerved Him
For several yoars punt Mr. W R
Odell has been the faithful, popular
and efficient superintendent of the
Sunday school ai Forest HiliaM. E.
Under his wise aud energetic
management the school has steadily
gone forward to a high "degree of
success and usefulness.
Sunday, March 3-.'d, being the"oc
casion of the anniversary of Mr.
Odell's birthday,' Ihe teachers of the
school and some other friends deters
mined to gi ye him a pleasant sur
prise, and through the pastor, pre
sented him with an elegant copy of
tUtj Oxford bible.
'ib'. was u pleasant aud interesting
episode in the history of the school,
and was a fUtiug expression of the
high estr and coafidence in which
Mr. Odell is held by his Sunday
school, by the church and by the
community in which Le li yes.
It was a complete surprise to Mr.
O.lell, and his remarks m reply to
the presentation were very tender
One of the Gnngr Riek.
Charlie Sisk, a young white man
who is on the chain gang, brought
here from Cleveland county about
sixteen months ago, is now in & very
b3d state of health. lie has been
lying up iu jail for a week, unable
to do anything. He has consump
tion, and it seem3 ungodly to see a
young man gradually pass away in
his cell when he has only such a
short term to serve, not only on the
gang, but his God. He is pale and
thin and it is said he can't live much
longer. His sentence was ior iwu
years. His offense was criminal assault-
Can anything be done for
ssS Sf Km
There will be a regular communis
cation of Stokes' Lodge No. 32, A F
& A M Monday night at 7:30 o'clock.
Take due notice and be goyerned
accordingly.- By ordei of W M,
J. L. Boqeh, Sec.
D. A. LOWE.
w i 6 e Placed in our window 150 pieces of Lace and
Embroidery, and selling it for just half the former price.
Huy what you can use this summer
V n T o A i , n XT r-. -i r- t
w tiU3 1UC. juaaies vests lor less than cost,
llie price on Ribbon has been
CUT IN HALF
Our entire stock of Dress Goods at net cost. 9c Seersucker
at 5c. 10c Sa'ine, figured, at 5c. All of the best Prints now
at 4c. Tocl Blankets at your
OWN PRICE !
Nine Ladies Wraps for less than the goods cost. G and
7c outing for 5c. We are going to quit
CLOTH IN Gill
and will sell ovr stock for less than cost'. We have an im
mase line of Pants from 37jc to $3.50. Every article in
this department a b rgains. Men's Undershirts and Drawers
the price is now less than wholesale cost. You have never
heard of prices like ours on
The price has beed cut in the middle. No person can afford
to wear old Shoes. We are overstocked and going to run
them out, and to do it quick it takes prices, below everybody
else. We bevght this stock at a price that we can
XTlsrijEB SE! LL
and we are poing.to do it in every department of our estab
lishment. There was hundreds ot bargains went out of our
house last week, but we are going to push still harder this
week and will show some
EYE - OPENERS
Come and see us even if you don't want ft buy.
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PL .VXD 3 AND SH&3riNG3,
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Four foot woo J always wanted
best prices for same. We invite an
inspections of all the goods Iw&
I. C. LOWE.
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Rr s; n- m
The Lowe Company.
r; SOUTHEN JELLICO COAL.
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COAL ON THE MARKET,
HIGHEST HEATING CAPACITY
LEAST PER CENT OF ASHES.
Three Grades. Prompt delivery.
Leave orders'at G E Fisher's
atoreor with myIwa?oa3.
K. L. GRAVEN.
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer.
Good middling.. 5 05
Middlings 4 71
Low middling 4 Cyl
Stains' 4i to4 75
Corrected bv.C. W Swink.
Bacon ........ . 10
Sugar-cared nams 11 to 14
Bulk meats, sides S to 9
Chickens 10 to 12
r j?j ' S to 11
Flour (North Ciroiina 1.75
Callow 3 to I
EsSTWith tho!cotniDg of spring our
store takes on a
Everything bright r.nd fresh.
Shoppers are coming at, doable
quick to see our handsome line of
silks in ab the exauisito shades.
NCY, STAPLE and EVENING
JBSFor veddii srownb the white
is simply perfeof. Bridesmaids will
rejoice iu the colors. Yes, our line
of silks aru tbe niot correct thiDgs,
latest imported China, In iia, Satin,
Duchesse, love waist silk in exquis
site tints, tappatees, for Bhirfc waists
chansrable effects in all styles and
the beauty of these goo 3s are made
known when you heai the prices.
IS MARCH 8s?
Is the month when the season's
styles have been decided and settled
upon, we have them in our well
known lines of Merchandise. Our
are the prettiest and most stylish in
the city and now we a3k you to come
and be cjnvicced that we hive the
-OF SUMMER SE V-
ever seen in Concord and the prices
will astound you. they are ho cheap.
Buge Dress Goods 12c worth. 25c.
Salens 10c worth 15c and they come
in dress patterns, too.
We call special attention to ,our
line of Mens, Ladies, Misses and
Children's shoes. We always try to
carry the best made and ouce you
buv of us you buygain, our prices
am low as the lowest. Ibankine
you for past favors we are truly
Morrion, Lentz Co
Concord National tat
Coxcoud, N. C,
J. M. Odell, President,
D. B. Ccltrane, Cashier.
L. D. Coltkane, Asaiatiiit Cashier
J. U. Odell, 0. F. Caxxox
V7. ll. 0 Or'. i, , v. H, Ltlly,
D. B, Coltrane.
VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY
The following valuable to7n
property is offered for sale, private,
which is located in the northern
part of the city on the eist sida of
Forest Hill :
One two-story, 7 room house,
good well, stable, orchard and out
houeesc, one two. story, G ropm houEO
and on 4 room house oq St.Qharles
street, and one store house, on Mam
street. This property can be bought
on easy term3, which will ba made
Addres3 W. P. Shealry,
Lincolnton, N. C.
or SV. L. Kbuiri3, Concord, N. C
SALE OF LAND.
Under and by virtue of a clec-ee of the
Superior Court of Cabarrus county in a
special projoedin entitled, Edward
Gray, J Do;e and Harry Grav hv hi
n?it friend, A J Stoasrh, ex partee, I,
' John D Bo -it, a3 commissioner, will ex
pose to public sale on the first Monday
in April lS'Jo, the same beinr the first
day of April, at 1 o'clock, p m, in front
of the cou:t house door in Concord, a
certain tract of land in No. 11 township,
said county, adjo'.ning the lands of J
Doye, 31 J Corl, J Reed and J C Furger
son, containing (40) forty acres more or
le.-ss which said land is fully set forth in
the complaint or petition filed in said
special proceeding. J
, T?rms of sale: Pe'thIrd cash, balance
: ni c v no l uri ror ir nnta 1
security required with interest from date
of sile. Title reserved till all purchase
ofmoney is paid. JNO. D. BOST,
Feb 7, IS, 'iJ-i, 2 SConmissioaer
vjij -1 it.vi j vx wn, uvtg auw approved