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A;!sATCH OF LOCALJNEWS.
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? . nvtlir Pencil I'uNlior.
neoiu lb a-growing.
is positively announced that I
. l. itT is broke
Ihr old calaboose has been opened
I he grass and weeds on the court
.iu lawn are waist hicrh inof tv
height to raise snakes.
Tlic central office for the Belle
.-phone exchange is being placed
M. Shorrill began another writ
- school Monday night at Can
vi.lv with twenty-eigat scholars.
Hrham furnished joout twenty-
,1,1.- u;iiiuiv.u ij Xi. IHC 1111VC11
c rewonies at Raleigh Monday,
-I:- inn's vegetable compressed
.--.received fresh three times a
Tuesdays, Thursdays and
ay;, at Dove & Bost's. m201m
iio',n circumstances warrant
uniption that the bicycle built
is an outgrowth of so many
doubling theni3elyes up.
:.ne reason increasing
I ' 1
. i: . ZLj tu uiaac n nil uiiui
..3 in general is because thev are
or" frv n .i 1, a l J U .a
v;r Jr.m-s II Cook, who Saturday
i l hie legs broken, is doing
iiurkable well, considering his
Mr. J F Day vault ia quite eick at
t i.oiiie in Arkansas. lie hr.s
r. Hi? many friends here will
' tl t to hear it.
'-:iger and certain cues awaiting
home coming of the bchooi girls.
ritlay, the Normal at Greensboro
ill send in a delegation.
Mr. A L Sappenfield furnished
he standard with some very large
Irish potatoes, of which several
:!! muke a mess.
J he Cat'iolics at Salisbury did
l t 1 A ' . 1 O 1
' --a thev had rotten readv to oh-
j O J
rvf the service it wa3 discovered
J their vine had been stolen.
Jr. YV II Wak.i.vIJ, of Chaiotte,
.i be in Concord a', the St, Cloud
TV.iin'.iv M,iv yrfl. om nav .
..o practice is limi
to eye, ear,
Mi?: Winnie Ihivis, the daughter
C-.inf -ieracy, passed through Conn
i' Monday from Richmond en
t to Houston, Texas, to attend
: c great reunion of Confederates.
Auoiii: others that went down to
iaicigh to witness the unveiling of
Confederate monument are: i E
:.:hiv, C 1) Barringer, H C .Mc-
v-ne one is likelv to cause all
iie clerks to loose their few hours
by grumbling because the stores
, i . . , 1 iL..t U
l:ol iepi open ai iiiat,
; lo sonic shopping.
Mi6ae3 Kate and Belle Means and
'.."! -A !VTnoa And AfeSfiJTS John
.;ithdeal, Ed Moss, Morrison Fetzer
Cha3 Lowe were entertained
. ..lay night by Miss Eunice
.'.ne, on South Main street.
Mr. D M Widenhouse was in the
and says that farmers in his aec-
''u'-k have ploughed up a great deal
f f otton and planted corn, and that
likely that at least onethird ot
land planted in cotton will he
' 'Jtned into corn fields.
the strength of a building de-
. -.i.ds upon the solidity of its foun
iation, so health depends upon the
edition of the blood. To expel
purities and cause the vital fluid
become vigorous and life-giving,
Ayer'a Sarsaparilla is the most
powerful and effective msdicine in
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY,
1VIU Who Travol,. as Seen bj Our
Mrs. Dr. D D Johnston m
spending the afternoon in Charlotte
Mr. G M Lore went toyer to
Mr. N F Yorke is in Charlotte
attending the races.
Mrs. Dr. Cartiand returned
home from Greensboro.
Mr. A B Coirell is in Spartan
burg on business.
Mr. A Jones Yorke left this!
morning for Philadelphia.
Capt. Jonas Cook returned iatt
mgnt from Kaleigh.
Mr. Sidney J Ludwig was in
the city today from Mt. risasaat.
Mr. J II Mason arrived in 'h
city thic mofuing from Salisbury.
Kev, and Mrs. Alexander spent
Monday in Charlotte.
Mr. G K V Miller went to
Charlotte today, where he does some'
Mr. P II Harrelson. of Yirginia
is in the city talking to the mer
chants. Mr. B L Walthall, is home
from Gaffney, S. C., where he has
C F Bitchie, W Y Morris and
J C Wadsworth spent Sunday in
Mr. J D Denoon, of Charlotte
is in the city in interest of the tele
phone. Mrs. L V Lowe returned to
Lowesvillo today, after spending
several days at Mr. S J Lowe's.
Miss Julia Taylor returned to
the city last night afterhaving spent
several months at La Grange and
Mrs. J M Odell went to Char
lotie today to be present at the re
ception tonight, given by Miss Adele
Hutchinson, of that city.
Mrs, H L Groner, who has been
spending some months with her
uMighter, Mrs. R V Blackwelder,
.viil leave tomorrow for Greenwood,
S. CM where she will visit Mrs. Col.
Nelson Slough, her sister. From
thence she will go to Chattanooga,
Tenu., her home.
Ayer's Pills are recommended by
leading physicians and druggists, as
the most prompt and efficient remedy
for biliousness, nausea, costiyeness,
indigestion, sluggishness of the
liver, jaundice, and Bick headache;
also, to relieve colds, fevers, neuraK
gia, and rheumatism,
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
Vhen sho was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When sh became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When sho had Children, she gave them Castoria,
Mayor Morrison at Work.
Monday afternoon Mayer Morrison
went over the city to view and in-
spect the mud boles, ponus, etc,
that are liable to become stagnant.
He has put a force of bands to work
on the pond on West Corbin street
and at the one on Pine street at Can
nonville. There will be no lack of
eiTort on the part of our mayor, we
assure you, to have a clean city and
to preven malaria,
To tnt'TTt''" I Concord.
We will visit your premies on our
sanitary duties, and all such not
found in good sanitary condition,
Will be reported to the mayor and
wananta issued for jour arrest.
Take warning and save cost.
J. L. Boger 1 p0iiCemen.
S. C. Fisher J
May 15, 1805.
But we are right at the front and will endeavor to sur
pass all previous efforts to give to our customers, also to the
customers of all other people who will come and see us, com
cv;m3 of the best and most attractive things in new seasons
sble wearing apparel for Ladies we have yet been able to
show. The goods haye all been bought for less than half
cost and will be divided out now at such prices as you have
not been abi'j to get. We have
of the handsomest Wash Goods - colors are fast that you
have seen this season, that is now selling in the larger towns
for 28c per yarc that we will distribute at 14c. Another lot
that sells everywhere for 20c, we only wrant 10, -
THOSE YARD LAWNS
as low as :3c that is worth 5c. and
yalue Sc.- We only want 4
The 6c kind will now go
Charloote Ginghams in short
the market for fc the yard.
Forty Men's Suits that are worth S.r0 the suit, will go
for $4,75 each. They will suit any young man who wants
to dress nice and neat. To close out our
hey. will all go at net cost.
EEEH NON-BREAKABLE HATS 5H3
Original cost was $1.00, but we want to give something good
and will let them go for 25c each. The
Pattern, as good as the best,
when you buy
a ni x
1 I f f
r, j i v
to to the amout of $1.00, free.
Nor Sleeping !
I.t I. i
this SPECIAL SALE ' 20 pieces of
at 4c the yard. We have the
lengths, which is the best on
We will give.a pattern
r t n;-B,,
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j -j vJim
MORRISON, LENTZ k CO :
Have just received by express
a lot of beautiful sidy combs.
MORKISON, LENTZ CO :
Have lust received a lot o
lovely dress ginsh.i:. in 10 yd
pattern, regular price 12c. our
MORRISON, LENTZ & CO
Have just received a lot of
pacific percal 36 iuches vrde.
wholesale price 12c,oi;x pricocOl
MORRISON, LENTZ A CO :
Have just received h nice lot ot
Oxford Ties, in black and tan.
Theo are beauties.
MOIUUSON, LENTZ CO :
"Vo have just received some
of the handsomest 1 .ss poods
in all tha latest importations
ever seen in Concord. It will
do you good to see the.ni. Don't
forget to see oar 200 umbrellas
MORRISON, LETTZ2& CO :
Have you seen our .?1.00 Oxs
ford tiesr best ahoa on bo maN
ket for the money. Our SI. 75
and $2.00 Oxfords a.; hummers,
said to be tho pretiies. tie in the
MOttlUSON, LENTZ A: CO :
Ah, now ! Our hr of chij.
drens slippers, Oxfor d ties and
shuod are just the correct things
iu tans, red and black all sizes
and prices low- We have a few
largo size ladies trunks that
will be offered at low ligures.
Morrion, Lentz & Co
SALE OF VALUABLE .TOWN
Under and by virtue c! a decree
in a snecial proceodin: entitled
Elam King, Admiuietrato" of Ruann
Stowe. deceased, vs. W J Lee and
others in the Superior Court of CaN
barrus county, N- C, I as 3ach Ad
ministrator and Commissioner will
seli at. public aucton at 4 ho Court
House door in Concord at 1 o'clock,
p. m , on Monday, the ord day of
June, 181)."), a certain lot f land in
the town of Concord, adjoining the
iot3 of 3Irs, Janie Benson
(deceased), R M White a" 1 others,
ironjing on Main street, known as
the Rock House lot, the notes and
boundaries of which arc f liy given
in the petition or complaint filed in
Terms ol sale: Ono-third cash,
balance on six months .line, note
and security required with interest
from date of sale.
This April 29, 1:J5. Elam King,
HAMilOND & CO.
LiO & 132 Pearl Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Stocks, Rond3 and Grain bought ard
sold, or carried on Margin.
P. S. Send for explanatory circus
lar on speculation, also weekly mar-
:et letter. (Free)
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer
Middlings : Gi
Low middling 5.7D
Stains Tito 5
Corrected bv C. W Swink.
Sugar-cured nams 12Hol5
Bulk meats, sides 8 to )
Flour(North Carolina) 1.75