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v. regret to note the illness of
fillip Correll, who is confined
i home on Corbin street.
. C. T. U. meeting in Mrs. K L
,;vud parlor Tuesday evening at
Mr. John Parrel), has moved into
:cw hcmi just completed on
. . Hi ley street.
? a miner fashion which atao may j
Uiy-; ir the fall, is becoming notice
is r"e hanging up of hammocks.
W II Green, principal of the
ura Sunderland school entertained '
Minister's Association today. A
; .v..a:: was a special feature.
I'ivin all reports, extensive pre
:v rations, are being made for the
..-.nicncement at Mt. Pleasant,
. ; !. begins Friday,
,.V. old adage is that money talks,
: : curious circumstance concern
- if,, that when it's tight, as at
v.-. a?, lis easily shut up.
I: is. Kobt. Johnston, of No. 1,
. ...Ltir cf Mr- Henry Bos':, is ex
rjc'j ill. Her recovery is almost
. paired of.
; '-mnnn'a vegetable compressed
rtcthed fresh three times n
';, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
:rdays, at Do?e & Best's. m20Im
-d nany friends will be ghid to
v thai. Miss Lottie Bowl iz t,ble
For the first time in six-
he was on the front piazza
i . r. D C Fagart telle of the
ith of Ir. A F Rowe, brother of
Or, J C Rowe, of iatesyille,
' :a: Cold Springs on Saturday. His
were interred Sunday.
.vu.im Keisler, the colored man
ho wa-3 for a long time employed at
Southern depot, has accepted a
virion in a hotel at Norfolk, Va.
"i l'Uii is a trustworthy ne-To.
Idn'c he a bad idea if tbc j
'u-r the bridge .on .Mill street at
U,::i)ons factory. The bridge has
' aad is falling to pieces.
a black vest was lost Saturday
..gut on Depot street, between the
-4 ;A and main street. A reward is
:ered for its return to this
':-ct. - 3t
tour attention is caHed to the
- advertisement of Cannons,
- a -er Bell. They were "Flooded
- not Drowned." If you want
"gains, now is your time to strike.
f: JacL'cn Trull was married
"-;nd:ty afternoon at Cannon ville, to
Mary Eliza Parker, Rev. J D
-'. ': .tley officiating. They ere both
:" this city.
i'aere will be an important meet-
ot the ho3eand reel company in
hall tonight at S o'clock. It
'j leaired that all who have red
rts return them to the hall
;ne of the best evidences that
jc-r's Hair Vigor is an article of
' ptional merit is the fact that the
r--mand for it is constantly increas
No one who u es this incom
: arable dressing thinks of trying any
-'i"er preparation for the hair.?
Saturday we noted the arrival injgato.
city of Mr. Jacob Ein3ttln,
s iiich was a mistake. It was Mr.
German Shoeder, who will at an
-rly date locate here and open out
furniture store. We get it from a
"-liable source, and he will likely
' -upy the Reed store rooms. Mr.
Vernon Einstein tells us he was
-st aware that his brother was here
5 -util he Bawitin the daily.
-Mr. ; ;
tl: r CUV.
John's, iv.is i'i the city.
-Dj in vr Strii:??. of
ccnd: : : the city today.
in the city ;viih
vuh Lia fatnilv.
Prof. Simmons, the piano tuner,
or Sa'errj, h tn the city.
Mr. Will Foil came up from Mt.
Plea?anf tod a v.
Mr, C A Archer and family, of
No. 3 township, sp-d the djy in the
Mr. B F Rogers is oil on a busi
ness trip, having gone up the mad
Mr. A K McNinch went down
to Rock Hill, S. c to-day, to be
gone several days.
Mrs McDowell, of Steele Creek,
Mecklenburg county, who was visit
" her daught r, Mrs. S J Lowe,
left for her home this morning.
Mrs, Ned Thicker. travp'ilfr
agent for tne wholesale and retail
house of W II & R s Tucker, & Co.,
of Raleigh, 13 in the city, at the St,
f . v
the signal service
call tor tooier veitnpr: tmnnrMw
fair and warmer.
Master Carl Johnston furnishes
the St.xdakd with a radish that
has grown up in the clasp of a beer!
bottle clump. It is'peculiar, not be
cause it has grown crooked, but be
cause it is suggestive of root beer.
There will be a drama given at
St. John's school house on Thurs
day night. May 30, 18'j5. If you
wait to Lenr something good you
bouid avail yourself of the oppor -
y -'"iiuu io auu eenis.
Iie coors will be opened at S o clock,
"Ten people out of a dozen are ins
valid.?," says a recent medical
authority At leas-- eight out of
these ten, it is safe to allow, are suf
fering from some form of blood-dis
ease which a persistent use of Ayer's
Sarasparilla would be sure to cure.
Theu don't be an invalid.
The summer girl i3 now beginning
to make her appearance on the
streets and certainly she is a thing
of beauty if only a joy for one all
too brief season. Her frocks this
ypar are more than ordinary be
witching, all the latest ideas in dress
fascination being woven' in every
line, to say nothing of tne head gear.
Rev. Alexander, of the First
Presbyterian church, preached an
able and impressive sermon Sunday
morning, taking for his subject the
early training of children, quoting
from Froverbs 22 -G : "Train up a
child in the way it should go, and
when he in old he will not depart
from it." The discourse was ap
preciated and many could profit
by it. The music was exceptionally
fine, Miss Rose Harris having ren
dered a solo to Schubert's serenade,
Prof. Keener playing the flute ebhs
The Best Salve in tke world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter,Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, 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 eale at P. B. Fetzer's Drug
; Y' .if
Gentlemen ties ia all the seasonable shades worth 2fi and
50 cents for 15 cenf 3 each.
jHaiidsonie line of
!fB 1 S PI
TE IDE E
iiiii:;niiii,WB Ba 11
snort lengths at 5 cents, outings at 4 cents, chemisets 10 cts.
The corsets that we ?re selling as a leader at
Oo cent (corsets
Don't fail to
50cts on the dollar.
Commencement, Female College
Oxford, N. C. Tickets on sale
May 20 to 2S, inclusive. Final
limit May 31, 1805. Continuous
passage in each direction. Fare for
round trip $5.55.
Centennial Celebration Uuiversity
of North Carolina and Annual Com
mencement, Chapel Hill, N. C.
Tickets on sale June 1 to 5, inclusive.
Final limit, June 10, 1SG5. Con
tinuous passage in each direction,
Fare for round trip $4.70.
Meeting Grand Lodge K. of P. of
North Carolina, Mt. Airy, N. C.
Tickets on sale to Greensboro or
Rural Hall, June 18th, final limit
June 22nd, 1805. Continuous pass
age in each direction. Fare for
round trip to Greensboro 3.05, to
Rural Hall $5.25.
Annual Commencement Salem
Female Academy Winston-SalenijN.
O. Tickets on sale May 25 and 27th
inclusive limit June 3rd 1895. Fare
for round trip $375.
Annual Commencement Trinity
College Durham, N. C. Tickets on
sale June 1 to 4th, inclusiye limit
June 5th. Fare for round trip 4.70
Elon College commencement Elon
College, N. C. Tickets on sale June
10th, 11th and 12th, limited to a
continuous passage in each direction
with final limit June 15th, 1S95,
Fare for round trip $3.45.
Commencement Horner's Military
School, Oxford, N. C. Tickets on
sale May 28th to 31st, final limit
J une 1st, 1895. Continuous passage
in each direction. Fare for round
Commencement Agricultural and
Mechanical College, Greensboro, N.
C. Tickets on sale May 27th to aoth,
final limit June 1st, 1895. Ooatinu
om passage in each director ' ?$C9
tQ trip $2.90.
That sold for 50 and 75 cts now at
20 cts. each.
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M A N U FA CT L" ll K liS JJoP
FINE GINGHAMS, "
PLAIDS AND SHKET1XGS.
AND;;S ALT: BAGS
Four foo-t wood a-w iys wanted
best vrices for same. We invite an
inspections of aH the goods wa.
MORRISON. LENTZ CO :
Have just received by express
a lot of beautiful sicie combs..
MOUllISON, LENTZ CO :
Have iu3t received a lot o
lovely dress ginpham in 10 yd
pattern, regular price 12c, our
MORRISON, LENTZ CO :
Have just received a lot of
pacific pertal 36 inches wide,
wholesale price 12e,cur pricecOl
Have just received a nice lot of
Oxford Ties, in black and tan.
iheo are beauties.
MORRISON, LENTZ A: CO :
We have just, received 'some
of the handsomest dress goods
m all tha l&test 'importations
ever seen in Concoid. It will
do you sood to se: ( !. om. Don't
forget to see our umbrellas
at? si 50.
MORRISON, LENTZ3.V CO :
Have you seen our $1.00 Oxs
ford ties, best shoo m;i tho mar
ket for the money. Our 1.75
and 82.00 Oxfords hummers,
said to be the pretiio?t tie in tho
MORRISON, LENTZ & CO :
Ah, liow Our liuo of chil
drens slippers, Oxf r 7 ties and
shoe are just the correct things
iu tans, red and biat-K all sizes
and prices low- Wo havo a few
large size ladies trunks that
will be oifered at low figures.
Morrion,. Lent' & Co
SALE OF VALUABLE TOWN
Under and by virtue r a decree
in a soecial proceeding entitled
Eiain King, Administrator of Ruann
Stowe, deceased, vs. Vr J Lee and
others in the Superior Con: t of Ca
birrus county, N- C, I as sjch Ad
ministrator and Coriirxiifi.-jioner will
sell at public fc.ucton at the Court
House door in Concord jt 1 o'clock,
p. m.,.ou Monday, the 3rd day of
June, 1805, a certain let of land in
the town of Concord, joining the
(deceased), R M White and Others
ironting on Main street, known a
kthe Rock House lot, the niietes and
boundaries of which are iuliy given
in the petition or coruplruut filed in
Terms of sale: One-third cash,
balance on six month:- time, note
and security required with interest
from date of sale.
This April 29, 1895. El.a-.v Kino,
Adm'r. and Commissioner.
HAMMOND & OO.
Stock &ndt Bond.
130 & 132 Pearl atreet,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Stocks, Bonds and Grain bought aod
sold, or carried on Margin.
P. S. Send for explanatory circus
lar on speculation, also weekly mar-,
ket letter.. (Free) dwly
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer
Good middling G 1
Low middling 5.7o
Stains 4 Ho 5
Corrected bv O. W Swink.
Sugar-cured nams 121tolo
Bulk meats, sides 8 to 9
Flour(North Carolina) 1.75
Tallow , M 3toi
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