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THE WJSU OF HUMANITY.
,H ,. ami I'ul iuJShapo By (hu'i.,,.,,
H.iHiliHU- IVncil Pusher. I ''i, Si, .,
t.. the court house tonight.
; Ueycle for sale cheap A J
i 01 ke. xt
: formers any that the recent
w as bcueficial to wheat.
: oorler organ for sale. Ap
I, Cuavkx. tf.
l. : Cry was bailed out of
. .;.iy by V 0 Coleman.
bicycle for sale cheap A J
. . : bouse lawn is already
i v. dh citizens.
i'L 1) Tiie Standard wants
' carry paper on For
from Mt. Arnu.au Seminary.
Beih Mu;er, of St. JjhnY,
ept-ut the day in the city.
I'roL II T J Liul-.;. of Mt.
Plennr, was ia cbc city today.
Upt. A II Propst returned this
morning from GallYey, S. C.
Judge VJ Montgomery went!
over ,o Charlotte this morning. i
Mr. J II Mason, who has been!
m the city seura! davc, left today
for Fayette vide.
xias icttiu Alexander left this i
morning for Lincolnton. where she
viH iu-truer a da- in art lessons
GOTTEN CENTS PER YARD.
Ladies Hose o cents. Gen
tlemeii silk scarfs lo cents.
Our entire line of clorhinsr at
Put tin:, -.be 1
o o: j'.en.y company.
nange says : Possibly in
-man's- new revised Bible
i . ..
"V I: Pilot and two little
noL;e this morning
0., wliere they
nave Deen visiting several months.
i-tluticuis in tl. nrstl m; rf..u: eo. r t
bo, of the Km Pres
. red: will serve ice cream
tL-j court house lav, u
' o clock ibis evening.
t store is not be'iind
ia low prrees. See
.- advertisement in this issue.
.' : ; date in e ery line.
o. Yg tb. costs of the different
nva io Wednesday's issue, it
nave teen ; 1 and $30, and
' $10, instead of 0 and :l
a: u ;j-1(
rul bundled Colored people,
.ng Mi nietiibeiS of the book
v-Lut to ca'.'d-
ne; To altenu tne
v ..oration ceremonies.
w ! 1 I i 1 1 1 1 1 ' iJ'tij''.0li. rtfllll MVi'IOvlIiI
r.C'-ivf'd frjh thivn Miiips si
Tuesdavs, I'huradays and
toil, pieced through the city todav
to Mt. rieusont, to be present at the
commence neat exercises next, week.
Mi. N't (.Iray, of Charlotte,
spent the rnornnig m the city, arv
ranging dates for th.: Rogers Comedy
Company, which will favor our city
with, a st rbs. of productions.
Mr. A lrown left on the
ii.iot:;- for i Uvidcon College,
where be v. A thia week, finish
leaking brick fen the new mill he is
building ut that place.
Ke sure and go to the "Rose Tea"
at t lie court house tonight.
Miss Josie Katehelor, trayeling
and soliciting aent for the Thomp
son (Hpiscopal) Orphanage at Char
lotte, is in the city. She has been
quite successful in working the
Lowe A Son greet you with a
change in their advertisement today.
They haye marked all their goods
down to the lowest notch and have
made a great slaughter m the
prices of goods in ever department.
The Rogers Comedy Company
will be in this city Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday, June 10, 11 and
12. The Charlotte papers speak in
high terms ;f the Company.
For the inspection of the young
men Mr. John K Patterson has just
received an iuyoice of the finest
french candies to be bad. He wants
you to come see it, if you do not
purchase. He handles plain candies
Several nights ago a swarm of
you as ladies was seen meandering
about in their bare feet. Having
been out walking, they espied the
nc.v moon, too their shoes from
their feet and began "U3infi" for
A big Jersey bull belonging to
Warren Coleman broke loose from
his stall Wednesday morning and
corr-d a hole five inches deep iu the
Pi'ila would be sure to cure, j stor;;ach of one of Coleman's horses,
don't be aa iny.did. i the thin; or forth horse hurt
in this way by this animal.
An Asbeville special says that
Sunday ev Miwg at lUirnsville, Yan
cey county, W M Hoss rode up to
the law oOice of E F Watson, in
which J Kispham R.iy was dressing
and asked Ray to lend him a pistol.
To close out. White quilts
CO cts to $1.2, Dotted Irish
PLI S S tj ,
Nice line of Wash Dress Fabric.
Every tew laV$ we
tret -in a supply of
new and stylish goods
See uiir N. E. Cre;o,.:is.
See our BhuL Crepons .
And we have also a
big lot of Criterion
Cloths that aie sim
ply beautiful at 1 :c.
And we h:i0' just
received a bpr bui
inch Striped and Fig
ured Civpe T..7'i't.
lou ongn 1 ) $e4
our loyely J ae oette
The Ft driest
Hoods in the morktt.
i he west side of the city there
rvv tre-- that is bound uu in
: to ke( p the birds from de
:.g in cherries. 1 1 is quite a
erintendent F L Emery, of tie
M ilis, is in 'Charlotte this
-OJii to get rates over the Sta
Air bine for his family, who
iintvTiml.itp .i trin north.
. Jake F New ell arrived in the
oday from Rutherford College,
: ne has been attending school,
looks natural and wears a
i j u ' . c a u c u i i
. Will Johnson ha3 received
'1 I f) JVC'.' . VI lllUrb J"1V
He keens it all the time,
r. night, if you want ice, just
up the night watchman and
an o accommodated.
n p - -pie out of u dozen are ins
savs a recent medical
aiiy At least eight out of
ten, it ia safe to allow, are suf
g from some form of biood-dis
winch a pu'histeut use of Ayer's
The correct thinix for ten cd
a i out i -
irul line of Orn .... lies,
b'igured EiV also
White I-re... Cr
gaudies J yd -vide.
Now, w '--!! you
want a rretty Oxford
Tie don't fail to see
us. Wc hay- hem
at ai i priee. - eOc. ,
l,oo to l:o.
See our Sun Um
birellas at hw ligures.
Morrion, Lkn.fza; Co
IIAMMOXL) ,v JO.
board the excursion tram as
r d op the road at this point
e !i'jg;o who bad beeeti scalp
vk;!i from the foretop of nis
i av log been ripped off with a
, ,o i another one was severly
. lower part of the abdomen.
Commencement, Female College
Oxford, N. C. Tickets on sale
May iiij to 2S, inclusive. Final
limit May Jl, 1S05. Continuous
passage in each direction. Fare for
round trip $o.5o.
Centennial Celebration Uuiversity
of Xorth Carolina and Annual Com
mencement, Chapel Hill, X. C.
Tickets on sale June 1 to 5, inclusive.
Final limit, June 10, 18G5. Con
tinuous passage in each direction,
Fare for round trip $4.70.
Meeting Craud Lodge K. of P. of
North Carolina, Mt. Airy, N. C.
TicKets on sale to Greensboro or
Rural Hall, June lSth, final limit
June 22nd, 1S(J5. Continuous pass
age in each direction. Fare for
round trip to Greensboro $.C5, to
Rural Hall $r.26.
Annual Commencement Salem
Female Academy Winston-Salem.X.
C. Tickets on s;de May 25 and 27th
inclusive limit June 5rd 1805. Fare
for round trip $:75.
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 ISlon
.College, X. 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.
Odell Manufaoburing Gt.,
plaids and sheetings,
ISO & 132 Pcari Street,
NEW YORK CIpa"V, N. Y.
somewhut of a disorderly i K.iy refUbcd, seeing Hoss was unuer
: ua the train and when those thu inUuence of li'pior. Hoss then
e3 O't some of Salisbury's lire i dismounted and went to the door June 1st, 1S95. Continuous passage
r under their shirt we may hear
Commencement Horner's Military
School, Oxford, N. C. Tickets on
sale May 28th to 31st, final limit
Miry no wc!
Stocks, Ponds and Grab' bought and
sold, or carried on Margin.
P. S. Send for explanatory circus
lar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwly
CONCORD MARKET" -
Corrected by Cannon.-: Fetzer
Good middling G
Low middling 5.7o
Stain 3 . 4 'to 5
PRODUCE MA ii;KT.
Corrected bv C. W Swink.
Sugar-cured nams 12 'tola
Bulk meats, sides 8 to !
; Chickens 20to25
! Corn , 45
jggs 4 0
j Lard .Stoll
Flour(North Carolina j 1.75
1 m st
io"tl ing more serious,
ne of the best evidences that
s Hair Vigor is an article of
Ptiouai merit is the fact that the
and for it is constantly increas
No one who uses this incom
tble dressing thinks of trying any
r preparation for the hair.
trin bo. do.
with his hand iu his hip pocket, j ;n eacn direction. Fare for round
1,-. pushed him baok and advised
in in ;o go home, where-upon Hoss
started for the door threatening to
shoot Ray. As he approached Ray
fired, killing Hoss almost instantly.
Bath young men had been fast
friends up to the time of the difficulty.
Commencement Agricultural and
Mechanical College, Greensboro, X.
C. Tickets on sale May 27th to 30th,
final limit June 1st, 1895. Coatinu
ou3 passage in each direction, Fare
for round trip $2.90.
SALE OF YALl :AB JjK TOWN
Under and by virtue"! a deoreo
UNNiiu a soechd procaeui; entitled
I Eiam Kim:, Adininn.t? . r of Roann
e n in i ,l(.i"noj.fl va T T nr. n i, . I
I ji u t c, un..tanuU . julu Hint
others in the Superior oui t of Ca
! brtrni3 county, N- C,v I kicL Ad-
., . , , . , i ministrator and Co1!',;, -si oner will
lour loot wood always wuJ- j seli at public aucton m the Court
. ,TT. . ., i House door m Concorj .; 1 o'clock,
Desi prices ior suim-. v e iiivnuj-i
inBDfactions of allthe oods w3
"5 AN D
p. ir. , on Monday, the "rd day of
Juaa, 1-S95, a certain lot of land in
tho town of Concord, a.ijoinint,' the
lots of Mrs. Jauij.s Benson
.deceased), R M White -r.nd other
jirontintr on Main stioet, known as
jthe Rock House lot, the metos and
' boundaries of which are.fully iven
(in the petition or complaint filed in
Terms oi sale: One-third cash,
balance on six months time, note
and security required with interest
from date of sale.
This April 29, 1895. EnM Kixo, S