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i H!i'! 1" is S!nIe 11 y Onr
if m-i I r''l rusher.
Court will cenyene. at Lexington
:::v of fun at the Army Hall,
K vt rvlody should see MoIIie Wes
t.v- ir: hf r great Trance Vision Act
l( . thr Weston Combination.
m, re sident is again on his way
t0 fl trip to the climes jf North
i. on board the Viotet.
(ice horse of Brown &
r;V. dropped dead Thursday
u ; was valued at $200.
Mr, ii II r Miller, the contractor,
i-.-r. dowr: with chills. Ve are
;:. cto him out again. ggg
V '; from a number of in
;r., r mat heat and oats are look-,-
riiii ue iii the advertisement
; ; jL iiacket Store, Mt (Bostian
)U -t in ilower pots,
; Mi :, Weston, the old time fuvo
" w. ilunoris' and Comedian
.. r the Armory Hall, Thurs-
,. ' :.rr.i 3 romance, printed
' ' .: in thh pappr, was fur
: by :i prominent newspaper
f:v-!!t "South Carolina.
Xunine Alexander will leave
; 'vp i irthern rnrkcts the last of
.... . i: to seleo" her spring stock
: iwiliinery goods.
ilovenue Officer G W Means arrive
. the city Tuesday night from a
. :; ' rough the Western part of
WAN'TKD To sell Remington
lMov;ritf-r, No. 2, used only three
months, good as new, $?0 cash or
ir.- 1 w F. N. Moseley.
The Weston Combination trans
port all their own scerery etc. The
Armory Hall will be beautifully
:':;ed un for then appearance Thurs
) r. r. i r- l f-
Another Gre occurred at Kinston
Tuesday, The los3 of property was
about :)0,000, the insurance of
which amounted to only $10,000.
It : supposed to have been of in
Hill Fife wrote Key, Tuttle that
this Legislature was one of back
bone. Since it sat down on prohi
bition, a prohibitionist writes,
"vhere is tne backbone ?"
The Winston correspondent to the
News ana Observer says : A letter
fiom Vienna township, this count,
say3 that Democrats, Republicans
ami Populists in this section are dia
U asted with the present Legislature
and will be proud of the day tor its
A seventyflye thousand dollar
business block was blown all ovtr
the city of Anderson, Ind., Tuesday
morning at 4 o'clock by the explos
ion of natural gas. The fronts of
id business houses in the neighbor
hood of the explosion were demol
ished, paved streets ripped open, and
'dephone poles torn down.
A number of persons, mostly la
dies, felt an earthquake shock Mon-
night. We were informed of
the fact Tuesday, but thought It
vas only a suspicion. Their belief
corroborated by statements of the
-hock haying been felt in various
p-irta of the State It must have
Mr Joseph A Blackwelder of No
near Bethpage church, has a
'cken 9 years old and yet she lays
tjf'd eets every spring and does her
i't in augmenting the number of
t()vvis. She is laying now. The
'''' nor says she is a democratic hen;
lti3t, none of your Donglasites.
THE HUSH OF HUMANITY.
l-eopleWtio Travel, as Soon by 0Ir
Mr. C M Thompson, of LexN
ington, is in the city.
Mr. A J Crowell is down to
day from China Groye.
Mrs. Jas. Moore, of Oxanna,
Ala., was in the city.
Col. Paul B Means is in Mor.
ganton on a busintss trip.
Mr, A M Brown spent Tuesday
evening in Charlotte. He attended
the funeral of Mr. Wadsworth.
Mr. William Reed, of Salisbury,
a brother to our townsman, Mr. Joel
Keed, is in the city.
Miss Bettie White, who has
W(n visiting at ex-Sheriff Morri
son's, went to Harrisburg torlay.
Mr. Rufus Patterson, so popu
Urly known in the city i3, down on a
visit from Durham.
D. A. LOWE.
linilits of 3Iaaali4.'s. '
The State Commander writes us
from Lincoln, Neb , as follows: "Af
ter trying other medicines for what
seemed to be a very obstinate cough
in our two childre.--. we tried Dr.
King's New Discovery and at the
end of two days .he cough entirely
left them. We shall not be with
out it hereafter as our experience
proyes that it cures where all other
remedies fail." Signed F W Stevens
State Com. Why not give this
great medicine a trial, as it n
guaranteed anl trial bottles free at
Fetzer's Erug store. Regular size
50c and $1 00.
A Man Writes to Our Town lor Jiorili
Messrs Cannons& Fetzer, our en
terprising merchants, are known far
and wide. We were shown a letter
from a man in Mississippi, who we
suppose is a native North Caiolinian,
The letter reads as follows :
Meridian, Miss., March 1, '95.
Messrs Cannons & Fetzer, Concord,
Sirs : I want a fewbarrels of old
North Caroliua flour, made at some
old country mills, out of some old
North Carolina wheat, tor my own
use. I am in the mercantile busi
nes3 and have plenty of Western
Hour on hand. I can't eat bread
made of Western flour. Let me
hear from you by return mail. Will
pay spot ca3h. I want it shipped in
barrels, because it is too far to ship
in sacks. Respectfully,
S. E. Cash.
Mr, Cash is not known by the
firm or by any one in Concord, but
judging form the tone of his letter
he is evidently a North Carolinian
and is longing for the old time
buiscuit like "mother use to, make"
when he was a boy.
The wheat crop being such a
complete failure in North Carolina
last year, it fvili be a yery hard mat
ter for Mr. Cash to be supplied with
ficur made of wheat from this grand
I. C. LOWE
We have placed in our window 150 pieces of Lace and
Embroidery, and selling it for just half the former price.
-Buy what you can use this summer
25c Ladit s Hose 15c. Ladies "Vests for less than cost,
liie price on Ribbon lias been
CUT IN HALF
Our entire stock of Dress Goods at nat cost. 9c Seersucker
at 5c. 10c Satine, figured, at 5c. All of the best Prints now
at c- vv ool .Blankets at your
ESTWith theJcomiDg cf spring our
store takes on a
Everything bright and fresh.
Shoppers are coming at doable
quick to see our handsome line of
silks in all the exquisite shades.
FANCY, STAPLE and EVENING
EsTFor wedding gowns tha white
is simply perfect . Bridesmaids will
rejoice in the colors. Yes, our line
of silks are the most correct things,
latest imported China, India, Satin.
Ducheese, love waist silk in exquis
site tints, tannatees, for shirt waists
changable effects in all btyles and
the beauty of these goo Js are made
known when you heat the prices.
OWN PRICE ! ,M MARCH
Iloiv About Tills ?
A promising young man stepped
into the cilice and wrot- out on ad .
vertisemeut for a watch thn! i ij
ter had lost. Just as he was nbout
to finish he turned to his sister ;nd!
"What was the number of tip
The lady hung her head rcllectiyeN
ly, presently she replied:
"Oh, brother, I put the number
in the back of the watch."
- Her loss was great but she has
hopes of recovery.
Nine Ladies Wraps for less than the goods cost. G and
7c outingfor 5c. We are oiug to quit
and will si ii ovr stock for less than cost. We have an im
m Mse line of Parts from 37 he to $3.50. Every article in
this department a b rgains. Men's Undershirts and Drawers
the price1 is now less than wholesale cost. You have never
heard of p:ioes like oars on
The price ha be d 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
eft We lcvght this stock at a price that we can
: : :.m. "G INTDEESB LL mHZ
and we are 'yz do it in every department of our estab.
iishnient. There was hundreds ot bargains went out of our
house last w. ok, but wt are going to push still harder this
week and viil show some
EYE - OPENERS
Come and sae us even if you don't want to buy.
O WE& SON
jJSgT" Successors to The Lowe Company.
PLAIDS AND SHEETINGS,
AND SALT BAGS,
A "Grandfather's Clock," Seth
Thomas' prefered. air price. Call
at St. Cloud Hotel,or;senl word. D
Is the month when the season's
3t3Tles have been decided and settled,
upon, we have them in our weh
known lines of Merehaiuuo. Cm
are the prettiest and most stylish in
the city and now we ask jou to coruo
auu be C3nvinced that we have the
OF SUMMER SE I
ever seen in Concord and tbo prices
will astound you. they, are bo cheap.
Buge Dress Goods 12c worth 25c.
Satens 10c worth 15j and tbev come
in dress patterns, too.
We call special attention to our
line of Mens, Ladies, Missrs and
Childrens shoes. We always try to
carry the best made and ouce you
buv of us you buyisain, our prices
are low as the lowest. J banking
you for past favors wo are truly
Morrion, Lentz ft Co-
SOUTHED JELLICO COAL.
IiT ' S'
COAL ON THE MARKET,
HIGHEST HEATING CAPACITY
LEAST PER CENT OFJASHES.
Three Grades. Prompt delivery.
Leave ordersjat G E Fisher's
8tore,or with myJwa?on?i.
K. L. CRAVEN.
of all Kinds
Four foot wood alvays wanted
best prices for same. We invite an
inspectioas "of all tbe gooda w8
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer.
Good middling 5 05
Low middling , 4 C2J
Stains .' 4 to4 75
Corrected bv 0. W Swink.
Sugarcured nam3 11 to 14
Bulk meats, sides S to 9
Chickend 10 to 12
Corn : 45
ggs - 12
Lard .......... 8 to 1 1
Flour (North Carolina 1.75
Coxcord, N. C.
J. M. Odell,
D. B. CCLTRANE,
L. D. COLTRAXE,
J. M. Odell, D. F. Canxokt
Elax King, J. W. Cannon,
VV. R. Odell, W. H. Lilly,
D. B, COLTRANE.
VALUABLE TOWN FRO PERT I
The following valuable town
property is offered for sale, private,
which is located in the northern
part of the city on the eist side of
Forest Hill :
One two-story, 7 room hou3?,
good well, stable, orchard and out
houeesc; one two-story, 6 room houe
and on 4 room house on St. Charles
street, and one store house, on Main
street. This property can be bought
on easy terms, which will bd made
Address W. P. Shealey,
Lincolnton, N. C.
or W. L. Robbins, Concord, N. C
SALE OF LAND. "
Unfier and by virtue of a decree of the
Superior Court of Cabarrus county in a
special proceeding entitled, Edward
Gray, J Dove and Harry Gray by his
next friend, A J Stouuh, ex partee, I,
John D Bo?t, as commissioner, will ex
pose to public sale on the first Monday
in April 1893, the same beinr the first
day of April, at 1 o'clock, p m, in front
of the couit house door in Concord, a
certain tract of land in No. 11 township,
said county, adjoining the lands of J
Doye, M J Corl, J Reed and J. C Furger
son, containing (40) forty acres more or
less which said land is fully set forth in
the complaint or petition lilei, in. said
Terms of sale: One-third cash, b'llance
on six months credit, note and approved
security required with interest fromdat
of sale. Title reserved till all purchase
ofmoaey is paid. JNO. D HOST,
.Febv; 13, '05. CoamiUiioner