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! ui t rorget the "Rose" Tea" to-j
- hv evening from G to 11 o'clock. !
j 1 parlor organ for sale. - r,. !
L Craven". m 7 tf
Khniiati, mother of Key.
f; ' Soberer, is iUite sick !
, Cochrane, who taught last
Glass'. i3 con teni plati v.
a high school in Concord.
.vsqsh Mabrey, of Forest, who
a quite sick for week ;a
io be oat again.
-:rd Phillip Correll and Jesse
iiten, the sick, are imp; o ; inr.
:re much better today-
. , brump,
: vh uiond,
-.vo; king it.
Va., Tim,. -
'.Kallmann's vegetable compressed j
-1. received fresh three times a
' , Tuesdays, Thursdays and
: iirdnys, at Dove Oc Best's. m201 m
Che Busy Bees of the First
ihyterian church will serve
urn and cake on the court house
K. v. C W Kobinsou, who was
.siting friends and relatiyes in this
ny and county for several days, haa
turned to his home at North
"Vilkesboro. His many friends were
' to see him.
Mr. Jim Willeford, who has been
xptrimenting with an incubator
the old stylelhpn-cubator"i8 the
-eott successful. His last setting of
1 1 , .i - , 1 1 i.
Mr. Will Johu&on has received
1 .! .T i.1 L 17-
otc ice, He keeps it all the time,
and at night, if you want ice, just
aunt up the night watchman and
ou cud be accommodated.
"Ten people out of a dozen are ins
" says a recent medical
otbority At least eight out of
!r:ese ten, it is safe to allow, are suf
; ring from some form of blood-diss
... e which a persistent use of Ayer's
viraspariila would be sure to cure.
'J'nu don't be an inyalid.
Eyangelist Sam Jones says in his
:ined and picturesque way that he
proposes to knock the socks off
Trilby." Before he enters the ring
Jones ought to read the book,
1 he will learn that Trilty didn't
, ar socks. Kicbmond Times,
One of the best eyidences" .that
Fs Hair Vigor is an article of
-vceptional merit is the fact that the
iriiiand for it is constantly increas--:g.
No one who uses, this incom
arable dressing thinks of trying anj
r preparation for the hair.
Mat Jones, the veteran mail cars
for the Odell manufacturing
npany was taken suddenly sick in
: factory yard this (Wednesday)
' ';;ing and had to be carried to
- home. He is not dangerously
Mr. Carr,. traveling agent for
-'iiall musical mstruments for E M
-drewi, of Charlotte, assisted
ftsrs. Keesler, Keed and Correll
th the music furnished at theNew
h club Tuesday night. Mr.
handles the mandolin very
arly and ia anxious to organize a
ulolm club in this city.
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Haleigh News & Observerjwrites:
! Monday last Richard Smoot and
" ' ) living near Cana,; DaTie
' 'y, got into a difficulty. While
'-" beating her over the head,
V eixed him by the under lip and
-it off. He picked up his hp,
'' ':ked four miles to a physician and
it sewed back.
THE PUSH OF HUMANITY.
" Voiv vt:ln a,; SiuXby Our
-Mr. Tharkd German, of Char-
iuice. is in th o: -7 , ,i
b ifi he city.
T T i
iiojd, cf Charlotte,
W K Oth 11 and
ouid i.e. auLt idht Tutsdav ?ift2r
oou in Chariot' e, .
Prof. Simmons came m from
Ait- -J'-iiant this mcrni:-g oq hia
.elui u :o S -.!om.
-Prof. U L T Eidhor and Mr. C
i nv& of t, Pleasant, spent the
: in i'oneoid.
--Mrs. W F Trugdtn, of North
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nia co nor
UUU1L' t .1 ' Si
ur, 1) Duval, accompanied I
by Master John Svvink, her grand-1
11, h ft this-- n.on;:ng for a monih'd
visit to Augusta, Gi
-Miss LeUa King, accompanied j
I, f i . I i i . n i
uj mucsier liuuert reizer, naa gone j
to Kingwood, Miss King's home, to
spend several weeks.
Kev. W A Lufz, after attending
the funeral of his brother-iu Jaw,
Mr. Mth. ll'ey, returned this morning
Misses Addie and
Cannon, who were attending school
at Agnes Scott Seminary, Decatur,
Ga., will arrive home tonight from
Walhalla, S. C, where they have
been spending some time with
For the inspection of the - young
men Mr. John K Patterson has just
received an inyoice of the finest
french candies to be bad. He wants
you to come see it, if you do not
purchase. He handles plain candies
News came po the city this
(Wednesday) morning of a shooting
affair that took place at Fort Mills,
S. C , Tuesday. Charles Bradshaw,
a young white man, was shot by a
constable while resisting arre3t.
Bradshaw's sister, who lives in this
city (whose name we couldn't learn,)
was sent for to gD to the young man,
who has thought to be dying.
The funeral services of Mr. J W
Mehaffey were conducted from the
residence by Rev. W C Alexander,as-
sisted by Rev. M G G Scherer, Tues
day eyeniug at 3:30, after which the
remains were interred in the town
cemetery. The lloral offerings were
many and beautiful. The atten
dance upon these solemn services
was very large. The pall bearers
were W J Hill, D L Bost, W L Bell,
D B Morrison, Jas. R Ervlc, Geo. W
7Thex. Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla.
,Vheu she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
For tlie IiJMli.
Mr3 Ned Ireland Thacker, repre
sentative of W H & R S Tucker &
Co., wholesale and retail merchants
of Raleigh, is at the St. Cloud with
samples, at . retail, of new and ex
tensive lines of Spring and Summer
Ulnred and black dress goods, silks,
velvets, laces, .trimmings, corsets
kid gloves, shoes, etc, all. of the
latest styles, and invites all the
ladies of the town and country to
ralland inspect her display. She
will be here only a few days and to
get a good selection it would be to
your interest to go at your earnest
rrnnlDnr'P a U..
ECIAL FOR::::- '
ffiliTH IS WEEK.
Gentlemen ties in ail the seasonable shades worth 25 and
50 cents for IT) cents each.
C-RtJtSPT HATS hat sold for 50 and 75 eta now at
gST Handsome Hue of
j snort lengt hs at 5 cents, outings
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The corsets that we pre selling as a leader at 37c, they are
Oo cent corsets
Don't fail to
50cts on the dollar.
UommenGemeiit, Female College
Oxford, N. C. Tickets on sale
May 26 to 28, inclusive. Final
limit May 31, 1895. Continuous
passage in each direction. Fare for
round trip $5.55.
Centennial Celebration Uuiversity
of North Carolina and Annual Com
mencemen t, Chapel Hill, N. C.
Tickets on sale June 1 to 5, inclusive.
Final limit, June 10, 1865. Con
tinuous passage in each direction,
Fare for round trip $1.70.
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 22ud, 1895. Continuous pass
age in each direction. Fare for
round trip to Greensboro $3.65, to
Rural Hall $5.25.
Annual Commencement Salem
Female Academy Winstoa-Salem,N.
C. 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, inclusive 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, 1895,
Fare for round trip $3.45. -
Commencement Horner's Military
School, Oxford, N. C. Tickets on
sale May 28th to 31st, final limit
June 1st, 1895. Continuous passage
in each direction. Fare for round
Commencement Agricultural and
Mechanical College, Greensboro, N.
C. Tickets on sale May 27th to 30th,
final limk June 1st, 1895. Conjinu
ous passage in each direction. Fare
for round trip $2.90.
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Dress Ginghams F?
at 4 cents, chemisets 10 cts.
PLAIDS AND SHEETINGS,
i all Kinds
Four foot wood always wanted
best prices for same. We invite an
inaoectioQS of all the goods w
Every few days we
get in a supply of
new and stvlish good's
See our N. B. CivHns.
See our Black Crepons.
And we have also a
bir lot of Crirerion
Cloths that are sims
ply beautiful at s :ic.
And we have just
received a big- loc 80 v.
inch btriped aa.I Fig
You ought to see
our loyely Jaconette
Plisse. The Prettiest
goods in the morket.
We have a beauti
ful line of Organdies,
Figured Effects; also
White French Or
gandies 2 yds wide.
Now, when you i
want a pretty Oxford
Tie don't fail to see
us. We hay e fhein t j
at all prices 50c,
$1,00 to $2.60.
See our Sun Urns
brellas at low figures.
M0RRI0N Lentz & Co
HAMMOND & CO.
130 & 132 Pearl Strati
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
ket letter. (Free) dwly
CONCORD MARKETS '
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer
Good middling 61
Liow middling t 5,75
Stains 4 to 5
Corrected bv C. W Swink.
Sugar-cured nams 12tol5
Bulk meats, sides , .8 to 9
Flour(North Carolina) 1.75
SALE OF VALUABLE TOWN
LOT. Under and by virtue of a decree
in a soecial proceeding entitled
Elani Kinff, Administrator of Ruann
Sto we, deceased, vs. W J Lee an3
r hero in fVna Q n nnf int O.ii t "!.
barrus county. N- C. I as Bnnh Ad
ministrator and OnriimiBinnor mill
1 sell at public aucton at the Court
House 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 the
lots of Mrs, James Benson
(deceased), R M White and otherp.
ironting on Main street, known as
the Rock House lot, the metea and
boundaries of which are fully given
in the petition pr complaint filed in
Terms o! sale: One-third cash
balance on six months time, note
and security required with interest
from date of sale.
This April 29, 1895. Elam King,' L