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A,BATCH OF LOCALENEWS.
,, : . t; rp fi'iit in SImpe? 15y Our
imiiixis JLVncil Pusher.
i";ie town fathers meet tonight.
Commencement season is on in
v 1 rawberries are oa the mars
d overcoats were comfort-
iciuiometera registered 4S Mon
; i::.;-'t between 8 aad 9 o'clock,
r. rohn Paradl if? building a
-:ce dwelling at Cmnouville, near
; C Walter's.
The Bell Telephone Company are
uJ, oa North Alain ' street. The
v.ii! be completed by next week.
Mr. C W Swink is in Rowan and
i ttli counties this week. He will
. . ;turn before Friday.
.:'o. Neely Moore of Forest Hill,
A-hoiii we made mention in Mon
' : died last night of con
iht iv-iiLebec ice handled by It
T:11 Johr.zoh is.the best. Delivered
iii -ny part of the city at all
tinnv. Send ia your orders now.
Or VvT II Wakefield, of Charlotte,
-iii be in Concord at the St, Cloud
.a Thursday, May 23rd, one day.
d' practice is limited to eye, ear,
, -d throat.
,Ki-ports have it that a negro was
.! v: to death at the rock quar-
r. :;:r Mocresville last Saturday.
v.V u not learn particulars.
Mr. G W I'etrea, of St. John's
: iuua;. j a so many nice peacbes
-v: yc-ara l.;o tells us the apple crop
- - j".uu.u ul v 'igu vi
Xesbit, of No. 3, was in the
He say3 there was frost in his
Muiuiiuy :uonaay, JNoneon high
oivul, but in low places and cs-
n .i- -1 -.
vuK.uy in nis saw mm.
Mr P F Stalling, of No. 1 town-
Ivzi a One 2sy?ar-old mule
,fOhi'r nif-rnino- Flo nirriVkiifco ifo
j - v t i W VA U A VU
. VWJ.' U.WIV.
Mr. John Barringer, of the South
, ,as in the city Monday night
, I. 1 . - t 1 J 1
be international convention of B.
We are in receipt of an invitation
bo .resent at the annual com
;r foment exercises of Sunshine
'f-;te, Mvj 17 and 18, of which
u btallings, of this county,
: foyers and other epideinies
- round, gaietly hea in fortifying:
cy. Mri vritli Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
: --oh having thin and impure
' : 'M U in the most favorable con
- U "catch" whateyer disease
t r -
' e naticg in the air, JJo wise
". J L Brown bag accepted a po
dvv;:h Mr. Milton Morris in
. . ..r.. ii. .. -i i iu
c: HiitT ine lnteresis 01 luu
ii hjt'M. Lifayete has had no
::perience in the hotel bu3i-
teene 01 desertion presented
- jveniug after 7o'clock ; the busi
hoascu, vith the exception of
-re- d -ug stores and ice houses,
, 1 . .... . 1
lucu siiops. Inis practice
be observed until September 1,
i -.ided none of the grocerymen
j ' new town officers will meet
d' L. Among oLher , business
- ---.ad will be the election of a
11 Mt-ik and city policemen. ,It
' ! ' lerstocd that several names will
i " -11 ted to the board for police-j-ip,
but itis not likely that
of the two old ones , will be
"-d, for both have been faithful
" l-" efficient officers.
THE HUSH OF HUMANITY.
! l-cvpiev. Ho Travel.. as
J " " X
Mr. S A Hamilton is in Lexing
ton today on business.
Mrs, A J Bell, 0f Charlotte, is
stopping al LIr. C G Montgomery's.
Key. Z Rush is visiting Mr
Alfred Litakerin No. 11.
Mr. W A Smith and Dr. Mc
Iunis went out to sea some gold
mines in No. 10.
-wyxQ X' uunie ana John
Smithdeal spent Sunday in SalisJ
v. 1 1 m oailQ i
Miss M:.ry Watson, of Salis
bury, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr.
J E Smoot.
Mr. W J Swink passed through
the city this morning enrouie to
Mr. Sidney' Rintels, trayelins:
igent for Carey & Rintels, tobac
conists of Winston, is in the city.
Dr. Holden left Miis mnrn.ncr
for Sahsburv. He will hp fihnM
from the city
e city until Wednesday
Mrs, G VY Taylor returned last
night from Charlotte, where she has
Miss Lillie Black welder, who
sometime ago went to Richmond,
Va , to her broiher who had the
misfortune of having hi3 legs cut
off, returned to the city last night
and stopped with M.ss Nora Boyd.
It is rumored on the streets that a
new furniture store will be opened
out in the city, Tbegentieinan who
is in the city with a view to such an
undertaking is a Mr. Vogler of
Dr. A II DiGher, of ML Pleasant,
was in the city enroute to the Den
tal Society at Salisbury. He is a
rising young man, and the compli
ments his home people pay him are
Mr. John A Sims left Monday
night fur Dallas, Texas, where he
goes as a delegate to the meeting of
th3 General Assembly of the Pres
byterian church, which convenes at
that place May 17 2G, 1895.
A child wa3 cured of croup by a
dose or two of Ayer's Cherry Pect
oral. A neighbor's child died of the
dread disease, while the father was
getting ready to call a aoctor. This
shows the necessity of haying Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral always at hand.
Wednesday night U the time set
for the marriage of Miss Ellie Can
non, of Mt. Holly, to Mr. James
Young of Lexington. Miss Cannon
is a sister of Mrs. Surratt, the wife
of the preacher in charge of the
Concord circuit last year.
The Concord hose and real com
pany have had placed in their hall a
handsome carpet. Additional im
provements will be made for the
pleasure of the company. They will
celebrate their anniversary Friday
TEie Discovery ,Savoi His Life.
Mr. Q Caillouette, Druggist,
Beaversvills, 111., says: "To Dr.
King'3 New Discovery I owe my
life. Was taken with La Grippe
tried all the physicans for miles
about, but of no avail and was given
up and told I could not live. Hav
ing Dr. King's New Discovery in my
store I sent for a bottle and began
its use and from the first dose began
to get better, and after using three
bottles wa3 up and about again. It
is worth its weight in gold. We
won't keep store or house without
it" Get a free trial at Fetzer'a
Women's hats may be smaller but
the price is just the same. Tha
r,rce of sleeves has gone up; will the
price of sleeves go down when the
r . , l in the sleeves r
wind an gt; vmw
Frost Monday morning; rain
Saturday, after which it turned off
The lightning struck nine tele
eraph poles An succession, last
Friday evening mar Gold Hill, and
almost scared the depot agent out
of to wo.
A negro hoy 0-me to Mr. Gib
Fnck's Monday to hire, Mr. Frick
passed him on; he had his suit out
sunning wuile ho and wife were out
in the field and the negro went by
self with trie am of clothes at Mr
Frick's expense. Mr. Frick follow
ed him to New Loudon and took
him in and delivered him to the
officers to be dealt with according to
Jaw; he now hag a job in jail at
Stanly's expense. Our commission
era were ordered nme time aro to
establish a chain ang but we hear
nothin g more about it.
lluclclea'N Arnicn halve.
The Beit Salve in tie worU for
Cut3 Bruise, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
j Khenm Fever Sors, Tetier,Chapped
Hands, UhilbJaina, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale at P. B. Fetzer's Drug
.Tliuilon House liatimlry.
I am the Concord repesentative
of the Mansion House Steam Laun
dry, of Greauvillo. S.C. If you
think of wearing njjely done-up
collors, cuffn and shirts, come see
me and find out cost.
You will be paid for all articles
orn or lo?t. You can leave your
bundles at the Furniture Store,
whether I am presant or not, It will
receive prompt attention.
I send basket off Tuesday and it
returns Saturday morning.
Come around and soo!meA
mh!3 3m J. N.Bell
5 rvs T5
$ 1 i
Sizes, 6, 8, xo, is years.
is fully guar
anteed to fit
.as anv iat-
iSSffWtevn you can
Sizes 32, 34 3i 33i 4
We present a few of the
numerous St vies we have.
Annual Conclarel Grand Corns
mandery Knights Templar of North
Carolina, Annual ConvocationGrand
Chapter Royal Arch Masons, Durs
ham, N. C. Tickets on sale May 12
13 and 14. Limit May 20, 1895.
Fare tor round trip $5,85.
Convention King's Daughters of
Noith Carolina, New hern, N. C
Tickets on sale May 13th, 14th and
loth; Limit May 20th, 1805. Fare
for round trip $11.20.
Annual meeting Medical Soc'ety
North Carolina, Goldsboro, N. C.
Tickets on sale May 12, 13 and 14th.
Limit May 20th, 1S95. Fare for
round trip $8.20.
Conference Woman's Foreign Mis
sionary Society of M. E. Church
south. Fayetviile, N, C. Tickets
on sale to Greensboro or Selma, N.
C, May 23 and 21th. Limit May
29th 1895. Fare for round trip to
Greensboro, $3.65 to Salem;$7.60.
The Southern hj3 arranged to
furnish round trip tickets to the
meeting of the General Assembly of
the Presbyterian church at Dallas,
Texas, May 17 to 26, 1S95. Tickets
to be sold May 13, 14 and 15, good
to return until June 3, 1895. This
is a j ixcellent opportunity to visit
i'exas. Round, trip from Concord,
Unveiling Confederate Monu
ment, Raleigh, N. C. Tickets on
sale May 19 and 20. Limit May 22,
1895. Fare fur round trip $3.10.
National encinipniaat of United
Confederate Veterans, IIouston,Texas
Tickets on snle May 17th iwd ISth
with return limit fifteen days from
date of sale and to be limited to a
continuous pass re in each direction.
An extension of time of fifteen
additional days to be granted on de
posit of tickets, with joint agent at
Houston before breaking up of the
Encampement. Fare far "round trip
ON SI AMES?
To Introduce the
'.New Idea Pattern,"
for a short time we
will give FREE with
eyery 81.00 worth of
You buy a P ATTEKN
of your selection.
Sizes. 32, 34, 56, 38, 40:
Sizes 32, 36. 40.
r LADIES' ORGAN PIPE SKIRT. 1
Sizes, sa, 94, 36, 38, 3a
Quantity of material required for a medium size.
5 juuo 44 uituKWutH
MORRISON, LENTZ & CO :
Have just received bv express
a lot of beautiful side combs.
MORRISON, LENTZ & CO :
Have iust received a lot oi
lovely dress gingham in 10 yd
pattern, regular price 12c, our
MORRISON, LENTZ & CO :
Have just received a lot of
pacific partal 38 inches w:de,
wholesale price 12e,eur prictJcOl
MORRISON, LENTZ CO :
Have just received a nice lot cf
Oxford Ties, in black and tan.
Tneo are beauties.
MORRISON, LENTZ A CO :
We have just received "some
of the handsomest dross goods
in all th3 latest importations
ever seen in Concord. It will
do you good to see thorn. Don't
forget to se our 20U umbrellas
MORRISON, LENTZ & CO :
.Have you seen our ..00 Oxs
ford ties, best shoo on the mar
ket for the mouuy. Our $1.75
and $2.00 Oxfords are ".mmmers,
&aid to be the protiiest tie in the
MORRISON, LENTZ & CO :
Ah, now ! Our Imu of chil
drens slippers, Oxford ties and
shue? are just the correct things
in tans, red and black all sizes
and prices low- We hove a few
large size ladies trunks that
will be oaered at low figures.
Mormon, Lentz & Co
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer
Good middling 6
Low middling j 5,75
Stains 41 to 5
Corrected bv C. W Sv 'nk.
Sugar-cured nams 12tol5
Bulk meats, aides 8 to 9
Corn , 45
Lard 8 toll
Flour(North Carolina) 1.75
SALE OF VALUABLE TOWK
Under and by virtue of a decree
in a soecial proceeding entitled
Elam King, Administrator of Kuann
vStowe, deceased, vs. W J Leo and
others in the Superior Court cf Ca
barrus county, N C, I as each Ad
ministrator and Commissioner will
sell at public aucton. at the Court
Housg door in Concord at 1 o'clock,
p. m , on Monday, the 3rd day of
June, 1895, a certain lot of land in
the town of Concord, adjoining tho
lots of Mrs, James Benson
(deceased), K M U'hito and others,
irontins on Main street, known aa
the Rock House lot, the metes and
boundaries of which are fully giveu
in tho petition or complaint hied in
Terms ot sale: One-third cash,
balance on six months timo, note
and security required with interest
from date of sale.
This April 29, 1605. Elam King,
Adm'r. and Commissioner.
HAMMOND & CO.
130 & 132 Pearl Street,!
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.,
Stocks, Bonds and Grain bought and
sold, or carried on Margin.
P. S. Send for explanatory circus
lar on speculation, also weekly mar-
kefc letter. (Free) L dwly