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FIJI DAY NIGHT'S EXHIBITION
VOUND IT UP.
1I:" "-i!Ircn in Fancy Cosfamcs-m
MoiiX ami Voihs Tlsoy A ; .t-iit to.;
Tlimilvfn Exceedingly Well.-.
Armory Hall Cron od o Oyer
II OH in jr.
I IAu;LV .iffprnnnn .hnvwJ
o'clock, the closing exercises of
Concord Graded School began by a
ri;ud chorus cng of welccrr.s 'by
ihe school, to one of the two h
est tudie.ices ever assembled
Kvery child wa3 prompt and knew
his or her part well, 'J' hero v:vz
no blunder.?, which was a comi
mint to the efficient corps of in
structors and which spoke well of
thc-ir c wr. EtiuUou3 efforts in learn-
afternccn exerciser were
rendered and the chil
dren in their bright costumes and
full of enthusiasm did all that could
Le desired to make the exhibition a
decided success. The exercises by
the wee bit of children, or primary
department of the echool was one of
the crowning events of the many good
features cf the afternoon programme.
For Mie evening exercises every
body, it seems, went early to procure
a comfortable seat, but instead cf
being admitted to the hall the doors
were not opened until 7.30, when
the large mass of people that had
congregated went surging up the
stairway, each trying to be first in
and the v. onder ia that no one was
run over or even hurt, The hall
wis packed to overflowing, standing
rcoin being at a premium.
Shortly alter 8 o'clock the cur
lain was raised, and the audience was
greeted with a chorus song,"Conntry
Fair Glee Song," and when we re
flect", were the country, as was the
stago, filled with fair ones produce
inr such gleeful rongs, man would
bo more rontent women lovelier and
The pantomime scene, "Nearer
My Go t to Thee," was familiar to
many of us, but it b;ing rendered as
it was Friday night it was effective
and lovely. The flag drill, too, waa
an af tractive production, the old
folks j? a well as the children were
highly pleased. "America," the
cantata, was ;beautiful in its rent
dition, but as yet no new continents
have been discovered.
The closing piece, in which the
thirteen oirginal States were re
presented, was faultlessly rendered,
every child showing his or her
patriotic spirit by wafting a banner
or mustering with a gun, sword, or
other weapon of defense.
All in ail, the day and night pros
n-ramme was carried out in full, and
everyone speaks in the highest terms
of the days entertainment.
IViof. K L Keesler assisted with
ihe !nusic and Mr. Q E Smith
managed the stage.
Two laiwl Tirc.
A question in Concord :
Johnny Smart: Is there any
difference between a duel and a
Oght?" Old Smart: "Yes, indeed.
Aduel is between two people. When
your mother and I have an argu
ment it's a duel. When your grand
ma sails into the controversy its a
CONCORD, N. C. SATURDAY,
OSOAB WILDE PKAOIIOKS.
v Criminal Ufsort Kalflo by He In
Indianapolis, Ind., April 19. A
sensation was sprung h re tcdy by
the arrts: of Hewitt D Day, 5G years
old well known in the city, and pro
minently connect,-! w;tu a large
business, house ( n a charge of
praciic ng base crimes. The police,
for K-me thn?. h ive been matching a
certain block in the heart of the
city suppo iug that a gambling
room v.myj in operation there. This
morning thr o officers burst into a
room on the upper floor and noon
the evidence in sight the arrest was
made. T.'u apartment was hand'
soniely furnished and occupied by a
colore! man. The ph ce, it is now
leaned, has bun fla unted by pro
mincntmen, who met youth there
and induced in the practices thuu
characterized the O -car Wilde ctfaii.
Day refuses to talk, but the evidence
SiPinS O.OliTir.ri K rjrri. cf him f
. . t w r 3J 1 1 I I XI t
have told revolting tides 0
visits to Hie phce. Other
will probably follow.
Ir. i:moi .Suin-far 8 00.
We get th.s from the Greensboro
Most of the day yesterday and
today was consumed in the hearing
by Shaw and Scales, referees, of a
case entitled Cook ys. L F Ross.
The matter yesierday in contros
versy, ho ever, referred to a claim of
F L me now of Concord. He
went north -elected, purchased aud
placed in Mr. Koss' factory at Mr.
Airy a lot ot machinery for which
work he claims he was never paid in
full, some $500 being yet due.
When Rosi assigned a year or two
ago there were mortgages on this
raachiiiery, but Mr. Emery filed a
mechanics lien on i", claiming pre
cedence. Messrs Shaw and Scales were ap
poin'ed to take evidence and report
to the court when the matter will be
VVhen Baby wa3 sick, we garo her Gloria
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
'1 o Recover Her Money.
Cleik of Superior Court James
C Gibson is sitting as judge today
(Siturday) upon the suit, brought
by Mrs. Julia Fiuhy, of Wilkes
county, against J L Slrfford, ad
ministrator of I B Tee or, for re
covery of money loaned Ieter by
plaintiff during Teeter's life time.
Lawyer u C Caldwell, of Statesville,
appeared 1 r the plaint ff and H S
Puryear for defendant. The case
has not yet been decided as we go to
The following is the change in tl e
new schedule in effect at and after
9:50 o'clock p. m.f Sunday, April
South Bound No. 11, will be due
at 10.55 a. m ; No. 35 at 10:07 p.
m.; No. 37 at 8:49 a. m., and No.
63, local freight, will leave at 5:40
North Bound No 12 will be due!
at 7;23 p. m ; No 3G at 8:01 a. m ;
No. 38 at 9:03 p. m , and JNo. b4,
local freight, will leaye at 12 o'clock,
1 Trains No. 37 and 38 will stop at J
Concord on signal only.
'SALE OF TOWN LOTS
ly virture cf levies and the cer
tiSeate of J L B?ger, Tax Collector
tor the town of Concord, and pur
suant to the provisions of the
Machinery Acts of the General As
sernhly of North Carolina, I will on
the 1st Monday of May 1S95, sell
at the Court House door in Concord
the following town lots on which the
taxes levied by the commissioners
j tor said town for the 3 ear 1S94 re
tuaiu unpaid, to wit :
Ioette& S-aith. 1 town lot
on Main street
Pondexter, P F, 1 town
let on Mill street, ad
joining V Thompson,
Troutman, W A, 1 town
Jot 00 Spring street,
$ 1-1 10
Wilief r 1, J A, 1 'own
1H a .st Depot street,
IJranick, Msg, 1 town Jot
E ist Depot, cdreer, (El
len Bjst property),
Dry, W F, 15: aciesland
3-M tie Branch,
Crone, Mary E, 1 town
lot (old store room;,
-Ov; o 1 A SiAdl, 1 Van
Alexander, Hiram, 1
town lot Loye Town
Freeman, Allen, 1 town
Gilmore, Sandy, 1 town
lot Broad street,
Gibson, Mag, 1 town lot
Harris, Henry, 1 town
lot Broad street,
Holbrooke, Adam, 1 town
lot Broad street,
Ichord, El'zi, 1 town
McCarter, Andrew J, 1
town lot Broad street,
McRea, John W, 1 lot
Broad street (balance), 2 73
Pharr, Martin, 1 town
lot Broad street, 3 GO
Spencer, Ellen, 1 town
lot Broad street, 71
Miller, JRondolph, 1 town
lot Broad street, 3 GO
Blair, Z, 1 town lot
BiOiid street, 1 16
TO THE SlIERIEF OF CABARRUS
The above is a true list of de
liquent property of the town of Con
cord, presented as in accordance
with law for you to advertise under
execution for sale for taxes.
J. L. B0GER,
L. M. Morrison, Ex-Sheriff of Ca-
April 10h, 1895.
Meeting clussis of North Carolina
Reformed church of the U. S.,
ThomaiI!e, N. C. Tickets of
sale April 30th, May 1st and 2nd,
limit, May 7ch, 1895. Fare for
round trip $2.50.
icyclcs for Women
The fair sex are claiming "
as much of a share in the
bicycle as their husbands 5
or brothers. Women's bi
cycles have been com
paratively heavy. Now as
light as: the men's or
lighter. Let us show you
the graceful, easy-running
models in this year'3
not fail to se
cure a copy
or Hartfords, $80 $60 $50
Leaflets, and Information as
to dress and riding, free if
U. L PATTERSON, AGENT,
CONCORD, N. C.
WiionE NO. 1,504
10 SUIT lilt I -TIMES
I am back at my old plac
corner prepared to v:
my old friends Mid .a.
new ones. I keep full -i
TOBACCO, Ova a
always at the lowest priori
consistent with lionesr bn
nes3. Will meet cuts a" re
times. I can buy as cheap .1.
anybody and will sJI a 'solos.
Haying a stock suited to the
farmers' wants, can use your
produce. Will exchange
goods for all kinds of com try
produce at cash pries. Call
to sec me.
JOHN P. ALLISON,
HAMMOND & t O.
130 & 132 Pearl Sre-t,
NEW YORK CITY, W. Y.
Stocks, Bonds rnd Grain bought
sold, or carried cn Margin.
F. S. Send for explanatory circ r
lar on speculation, also weekly ?vir
ket letter. (Free) dy
I have located in Concord for
practice of medicine and surge; y,
and respectfully ask the public iVu a
share of their patronage I may ue
found at my office at any hoar
the day or at my residence at nigh
when not out professionally, and
will gladly respond to ail call?
Office under that of Montgomery
f J. E. Smoot, M. JD
Mansion Honse Laundry.
I am the Concord repesonlr.tiv e.
of the Mansion'House Steam Laun
dry, of Greeuville. S.C. If y;A
think of wearing nicely cloue-u
collorF, cuffn and sbirts, come ?.:-.
me and find out cost.
You will be paid fur all urt:'1f .
torn cr lost. You can leave your
bundles at the Furniture tc
whether I am'presant or not, It v -VI
receive prompt attention.
I send basket off Tuesday anj 't
returns Saturday morning.
Come around and.seefcne.
mhl3 3 m J. N.
Bucklfu's Arnica ?nive.
The Best Salve in te woili fcr
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcc-is, S.-it
Rheum, Fever Sors, Tetter,Chappcu
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and All
Skin Eruptions, and positively cur a
Pile3 or no pay required. It k
guaranteed to give satisf.iciien cv
money refunded. Price 25 cc p.:
box. For sale at P. B, Feti.rs rrug