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A HATCH OF LOCAL NEWS.
(j., Ka I'painl Put in Shape fly Our
11 usilim: Pencil Pusher.
Corn is taaselmg.
Dew and huckleberries are on the
Miss Vallie Brown, who has been
very sick, is better.
A aovefty f;r CDUCord a street
A turtle wa3 caught out of the
chill pond or Smith's lake weighing
1 s pounds.
Miss Julia Stirewalt, of Coddle
v:vk,is spending some time with
r : 'ndo and relatives in the city.
Any one desiring a good, cotnpe
vtiit, colored house ma:u,'with good
reference, address box 35, Concord
N . C. tf
When sweethearts are seen hang
ing over it in the twilight it may be
:.iken for granted their love is pro
grtsaing at a swinging gait.
Fleishinanirs vegetable compressed
yeast, received fresh three times a
week, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
-Saturdays, at Doye & Bost's. m201ni
Mr. J C Ilileman'a wigon broke
down this (Friday) moraing on
Nci'h Mam street. It was heavily
loaded with corn.
Bishop Cheshire will not hold the
continuation service at the colored
Kpiscepal church until tomorrow
night, owing to the fact that he can
not reach the city before tomorrow.
Sweet gum pepsin chewing gum is
delicious ilivor, will- not crumble
itnd is the tinest chewing gim in the
world try it. For sale at Fetzer's
Mr. Walter Parish has begun the
irection of a store room on the cor
ner of West Depot andValley streets,
the sizj of which will be 00x20 feet,
The Messrs Furr's at Forest Hill,
are arranging to keep ice during the
summer for the accommodation of
customers 'ho live so far fiom the
ice houses down towrn.
For the benefit of his customers
Mr. Will Johnson sends his delivery
wac-on out at 0:30 and 11a. m. and
at 'y.oO in the afternoon, aud requests
that you send in your orders before
time for the wagon to start.
The old fishioned sweet gum pep
sin chewing gum from the North
Carolina forests, no parafine or bees
wax, delicious flavor, healthful, Try
it. For sale at Fetzer's drug store, 5t
U is a fortunate day for a man
when he first discovers the value of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla as a bloodpuri
her. With this medicine he knows
he has found a remedy upon which
he may rely, and that his life-long
malady is at last conquered. Has
cured others, will cure you.
The Charlotte Observer tells of a
fafal shooting scrape near Pineville
on Thursday. Two negroes, Ben
Boyce and Will Kimball had a quar
rel, Kimball shootiug Bcyce dead
in his tracks, while Boyce, before
falling shot and fatally wounded
Kimball, who cannot live.
Pulmonary consumption, in its
parly stages, may be checked by the
use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It
stops thj distressing cough, soothes
irritation of the throat and lungs,
and induces much-needed repose.
Hundreds have testified to the re
markable, virtues of this prepara
tion. Chewing gum, might properly be
termed "Dental Calesthenics." It
develops the teeth,keeps.them sound
and healthy. Let the children have it.
North Carolina sweet gum pepsin is
the best. Try it. You will always pre
fer it. For sale at Fetzer's drug store,
wholesale and retail. 5t
THE RUSH OF H CJMANITY,
People Who Travel,, ns. Seen hy Onr
Mrs. W A Patterson is visiting
Mr. Ed P Hill returned last
night from Salisbury,
Mr. Lewis JSkeen, of Lexington,
was in the city yesterday.
Master Edgar Caldwell is home
from Matthews, where he has been
Miss Bessie Gainey returned to
the city last night from a month's
yisit to Greensboro and Sherwood.
Messrs J M and W R Odell
have returned from Greensboro Fe
male College commencement.
Mr. James Beauty, brother to
Mr. M O Beaty, is in the city from
Judge W J Montgomery has re
turned from Lexington, wher3 he
was on legal business.
Mr and Mrs. Mann and little
boy, who have been in the city for
several days, left this morning for
Miss Mollie Suther, who was
visiting in Mt. Pleasant, passed
tnrough the city last night en route
to her home in Lexington.
The unwholesome scent arising
from some man's hog pen or sewer
is so strong that it has drawn all the
onions from a certain man's garden
in that portion of the city.
Mr. W C Boyd wears a. broad
smile. His son, Mr. C C Boyd, of
Columbia, S. C, telegraphed him
the information that he is "now
grandpa to a fine boy."
Mrs. James J Corbett is an up to
date, all round woman, besides a
favorite actress. It is very probable
that she will enter a divorce suit, in
order to keep up with the popular
Preparations and repairs are being
made in the Hurley store room for
its occupancy by the 20th of this
month. A general mercantile busi
ness will be started by parties yet
unknown to us.
Matt Jones, the mail carrier for
the Odell Mills, who last week suf .
fered prostration from overheat, is
out again. He has gene to States
yille, where he will recuperate for a
week or ten days.
Lowe & ucn haye an advertise
ment in this issue for your inspec
tion. You should not fail to look
it up and read it. They tell you of
many great bargaius offered the peos
pie, the like of which can't be found
Owing to the offensivene3S of the
disagreeable ordor that prevailed in
the neighborhood of Dr. Sam Mont
gomery's, on Spring street, the
Doctor's family were forced to close
their doors to callers last night.
a nfhnnt.ips- something must be
a Uraud alid .Unrivaled Attraction
The Roger's Comedy Company
will give two entertainments at
Armory Hall, Monday and Tuesday
10 and 11. inst. This
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celebrated troupe plays to crowded
houses everywhere and always scores
a brilliant success. On Monday
night "The Arabian Nights,"
three acts, with Miss Winnie Rogers
in her songs and dances,accompamed
by Miss Annie Paige and Mr. Ed II
O'Connor in their refined specialties,
will enchant and delight the amuse
mcnt lovers of this city. This is
the greatest opportunity of the sea
son. You cannot afford to miss it.
General admission 25 cents, children
15 cents. Reserved seats 35 cents.
W e want to close out our entire stock of clothing
room for other lines that we will carry and to do it
that you can't fail to buy. The cost will not be taken into
consideration in this sale. It will go cheap. Misses Tan
hose ten cents. A good
55 CENT COESBT
for 37 cents. Table Oil Cloth ten cents per yard,
dress styles ginghoms 4 1n2 cents per yard
SHOES, BIG LINE
at the most popular price,
you want shoes.
SAMPLE STRAW HATS
AT HALF PRICE.
North Carolina Grand Lolge A
F. & A, M., Oxford, N. C. Tickets
on sale June 24 th and 25th, final
imit June 29th, 1895. Continuous
passage in each direction. Fare for
round trip $5.55.
Commencement exercises Davidi
son UoJIoge, JJaviuson, iN . C
Tickets on sale June 7th to 13th,
inclusive, final limit June 15th,
1895. Continuous passage in each
direction. Fare for round trip 1.80.
State Grand Lodge I. O. of G. S.
& D. of S., Wilmington, N. C.
Tickets on sale June 10th and 11th,
fiual limit June 15th. 1895. Cons
tinuous passage in each direction.
Fare for round trip via Greensboro
10, via Goldsboro 11.60.
Elcn 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 3.15.
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, 1895. Continuous pass
age in each direction. Fare for
round trip to Greensboro 3.05, to
Rural Hall 5.25.
North Carolina Teachers Associa
tion, Raleigh, N. O. Tickets on
sale June 17 to 22, inclusive. Final
limit July 5, 1895. Continiou3 pasa
age each direction. Fare tor round
Wake Forest College -Commences
ment, tickets on sale to Raleigh and
return June 7 to 10, inclusive. Final
limit June 15, 1895. Continious
passage in each direction. Fare for
round trip 5.40.
Meeting Woman's Foreign Mis
sionary society Western N. C Con
ference, Reidsyille, N. C. Tickets
on sale Jane 12 to 13. Final limit
June 18, 18G5. Continious passage
each direction Fare for round
can save you money when
PLAIDS AND SHBEriNGS7&
de alers in
Four foot wood always wanted
best prices for same- We invite an
inaoectio-s of all the ooda w3
Every few days we
et in a supply of
new and stylish goods
See our X. B. Crepons.
See our Black Crepons,
And we haw also a
big lot of Criterion
Cloths that are sims
ply beautiful at 81 3c.
And we have just
received a big lot ' 30s
inch Striped and Fig
ured Crepe Effects.
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
gaudies 2 yds Av.de.
Now, when fyou
want a pretty Oxford
Tie don't fail to see
us. We haye fhem
at all priees ,00c. ,
81, oo to S.6o.
See our Sun Uiib
brellas at low figures.
Morrion, Lentz 2o
HAMMOND & UO.J
130 & 132 Pearl Street, !
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.mm
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
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer
Good middling 01
Low middling , 5,7i
Stains 4- to 5
Corrected bv O. W Swink.
Sugarcured nams 12)tol5
Bulk meats, sides 8 to If
FlourNorth Carolina) 1.75
SALE OF VALUABLE TOWN
Under and by virtue of a decree
in a special proceeding entitled
Elani Kin, Administrator of Ruann
Stowe, deceased, vs. W J Leo and
others in tbe Superior Court of Cax
barrus eouuty, N- C, I as sad: Ad
ministrator and Conimissioner will
seli at public aucton at the Court
Hou.se door in Concord at 1 o'clock,
p. m , on Monday, the 3rd day of
June, 1805, a certain lot of land in
the town of Concord, adjoining the
lots of , Mrs, James Benson
(deceased), R M White and others
irontint? on Main street, known us
the RoLk House lot the metes and
boundaries of which are fully iven
in the petition or complaint tiled in
Terms ot sale: One-third cash,
balance on six months time, note
and security required with interest
from date of sale.C
This April 29, 1895. Elam King,