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A BATCH OF LOCAL NEWS
ivU.I l' j uat in i-SliajK' lly Out
Iltistliu Pencil lii4lior.
Watermelons at Dove & Bost's.
A light should bp placed in the
f:.,ut of the fireman's hall.
14 r. ii L Dick now
Rim bier bicycle.
rides a new
dry in their
j...! option election.
A silk pc.cket handkerchief was
ocnd and left at this cilice. Ten
fc3 can get it.
Hi: many frieuda were glad to v.v
'' " Jesse Hamilton on the streets
' I -y. lie '3 yet quite weak.
there is some talk cf having a
i this year. It is to be hoped that
ach will be. Charlotte 13 to re
aaldish her fair ground.
A rumor to the effect that a v.--iiily
paper is to be started in Co..;.
erd is without any sitl-suot-a!
j-: .-;f5 a3jcL
1 !1E bTANlAK! thinks W M
''imharit, the mail carrier, tor u
.:rge box of sugar cherries, which
leichmeim's vetable compressed
: v-.il., received f re&h tnree times a
v eeii, i uti d a y s , Thursdays a 1 i d
.ilurda)-s, at Doyc & Best's. in20lui
Rev, Wright G Campbell will
V reach m St. James .Kvanj..eiie:il
Lutrmrmi church Sunday night at 8
' '. r,c ',
;.':ve 1. i-Ii en who are eanyaseiiy the
. with ice cream tickets are el
aata great success. More than
i hundred tickets hit ye been sold
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Abo:t the highest bora in tov: i
- - , ... -.-.,1 ,t. f T.- i M W.r, -
vi. .: i.tceu u; -: . o.jii ...i.v
ford. He has finished three wdlc!
Uc' : Host he;.d.
' ?.he?. ?.pr:cots and waterielons,
: ' !elic inns f : ails of the seu"
(J Alex ander's cendi" ion
ij pioyed today. It is
. 4 1 e 1.1 a i e . ( ' t e a e L i
..i-'ibaT IS '.U!;:,' ?0 be ail l-
layed tbis alter noon
re. ';,;.; -
. K WiU Joir:o:i has ja. r, J t?-1- tb heavier rains fcr
- d a ';: !'.): of KenneUc ic,Jyear2 LAI : Xc. 5 toaeh;p h.3l
I f P 1 1 , , -. ! C V, .r '
r..i 5n -nT -art of tb, eitv.,av a-d d;-.l s, a.; ; dnmagi to
!"'di t r ni3 a'con. I b Ji"" r, 1 -'
. r: ;r.(!.,a,aa ,.r ('..-, ,f(i ! Missis, 1'anl Faikr,of iiarrisurg,
;;- ;14 Ccncoid on Friday, July j
one dav at the St. Cloud. His
:. i ua, l." Woo, i
,LICe ii Ml l - '-v ''H, i'i, .w;v
i Ilunier irraauiileu. from ihat institu-;
Mcs-s. J i iaen-on and J M Men-! 7 , , i . j
of Charlotte, are in the citytl0Ii ua"aUli' j
rakiij-i changes are-d upon by the
'Jelephontj be placing in the
a u i Cery tiauLini iters instead of the
:terior phones about which such 1
hick was made. We hope the sub-!
a; bets will be saihdsd this time.
i r.v. t p;n:rhs may be cured in a
v; cairs or at any rate in a lew
ys; by the use of Ayer's Cherry
: : Lorah Withiuch a prompt and
;- remedy ae ibis handy,there is no
,:d of prolonging the agony for
-as and months, Keep this
aavdv in vcur house.
The Lews of Mr, F 1. Emery's
' aonatiaii as ouperiuiendent of
the Odel1 mills and his intention of
leaving tovvn, was indeed new3 to
everyone. A man to succeed him as
commhaoner from Ward 2 will
have to De considered. We ha ye
hrd mentioned ttye name of Mr. M
Luther Moore, Mr. Emery's resig
nation is to take effect within 30
Ubll CF HUMANITY.
I't ,ile W '!., Ti-kvc 1 a Soon by Our
::s Te; L Brown is expected
home toaor; ,v from Baltimore-
--Mr-::-- Pa;ks Kiv is expected
'aai-. Lroua '):.' ;d': tornonow.
Mis;- Addie and Margaret
Cannon v. ill ret nr.. tomorrow from
Da ?j a son r r. e :.wn "
. cat;: oilier 7 wts m
'V, returning last
-Kev. J n Wer?::, of St. John's,
Ta, in ih-e-y today arranging fcr a
roa.emyi.: d trip to South Caro j
lina. lie may go tomorrow.
;,ir. 1! .icumara arrived nomei e
todiy from Statesvilie and Salisbury,
wseio i;-j has been for a week or
R:;r Ch-i;i.:u Brown and Grace
; ;'efj;-z-'d today trom Winston,
where they hae spent several de !
lightful weeks with friends.
Dr. John Gibbon, of i'hilacti!
phn;, sb; v, :.k the guest of Dr.
Young fo- sevarai days, left today
for CharR ;;:, vRiere he will spend
some time vwth his father.
The Brook mt'un. Concert Com
pany, of C recti :hi:o, vill appear at
Armory Eail Friday irght, June 2L
a.ve.-y une :u.iv. .' ti..j company is aj
'1 in: Sia has heard many
iiicj oijir.- k,n.d atoe. t it in referring
to the cows grazing on the side.valks.
We eiiei.-Iiv 3p;:ak when an evil
like ili;:' is diicovere-.l.
Mr. II A Gr.;ber killed an uziusu'
ally ii.i; Leci toda, . All those de-
iii.j'; ; . ;u ,t:u ;Uui.s uiuac
. :. . - . -.i.
.ud in th ir orders at once, or they
be found wanting.
whuie jfoiiiical hatred lor the 2;old
ttadaid ii c-j v; .. ' 1 known,
uXhe iree s::e;- r- would not
. , . , !
vote for t:hr::;t :i he aTas nominated :
Oca:. n ay , iia.j
oucj: in .ii. p ir.s oi i
4, I . l 1
a ! . ! naa -.ur a eneep ,
!,u a ... ;ed a aid .
con1 - : a
l the hnfahers lo the p-n
- L' -; J uaawCiie, fepeat
Tharsd,3 :n thee ity on their way
r,..m the AiiriuulvUral and
Mechuniccd Coile..(- al Ualein. air. ,
lie. din nnd hapmness are relative j
eo'diUor.s: at an rale, there can be ;
little happ:ns3 wuhoatsheaUri. Tc J
giy? u1; ,u aic
sten-tn ar.a. - ner-y, tne mooa bnoamj
be ker ' pure and vigorous, by th
use of Ayer's Sasapardla-
V .!:;: nmht at the close of
the commencement exercises at
I)aidon College, the marshals dis-
posed of ih. ir regali&s as follows, in
which two of Concord's most charim
ing young ladies were honored: Mr.
Louis Kamspeck, of Dec Uur, Ca.,
nrejaited his' to Miss Aedie Can- x mor. wcnt into a hardware store
ecu, oi Concord; Mr. Hamilton W j ti3 morning and purchased a mow
Wilson, of Charlotte, to Miss ; iafr in.2Chine, stating that he wanted
Marguerite Cannon, I Loncoru:
Mr. J L Wilson, of Florida, to Miss
Hattie Thompson, of Da' :son; Mr.
W i) Simpson, to Miss Annie
Loaise Sherfessee, of liock Hill, S.
C; Mr. John K Walker, of Milton,
to Miss Mary Sparrow, of Davidson;
Mr. K S Steele takes hi home with
We have just received a big lot of
TTn IqIIT? rl T4
tvsi 1 -i -n
J lie cl kind that we will
25 DOZ, NEGLIGE SHIRTS
Specially low price 4oc.
1 hm Umi kilriii irk, 1 ki
With Collar attached, oOc. They are tine values.
ANOTHER LOT WITH COLLAR ATTACHED.
SILK SCARFS, Sillier Shades, al
THE BEST CORSET, all
u T i v rn
ALL GO AT
HANDSOME STYLES IN
IVesidint C!eyf land ba3 accepted
' ' ,,. ,, " .. L ,
Dottoa Mate.-j i-.xposinon. uciooer
wai'Dv uiiovri as I'resiaeni s lny.
Itist Sunday school convention
; , , , , .
i .e.e-.o om a.iO i uue
direetioa. I': re for round trip
in- iiarn;.ini oo: rewndent of the
)St.rver say si
read a letter
n on thd silver question.
! He aid tha.t. he wou'd vote for the
restoration of silver, and the tone if
his letter is that of an advocate of
limited coinage of the white metal.
I ft ic u .7. '-5 pprt.iin th-: 1 s'fsmp. of thf
It is ubaa certain that some of the
j lead in i' Populists of the State fire
ii:-,t. , p fim Rfof.a cm
, . -, . i .(r. t t.u
making a deeided ekort to get the
licpjibhcar-s of the Slate to put a Fl
(0 f;.- coinage plank in their next
State platform, as they believe
"fusion' can hi sustained by so
lVJiil' in Our Kiini..
A man wa3 seen chunking rocks
at a wheat cradle this morn-
j ing. When asked what he was
j doing nis answer was that he was
j "rocking the cradle."
A pile of plank, on South Main
V A TV
I , 1 1A W
I KJl ITYAi
j street, fell down this morning, muMp0Urf0 Jt
1 Ing h lumbering racket. j
t0 cCathe up his front vard. .
A young man sfeited that every
where he went some one remarked
about his feet. They wouldn't do so
if he didn't take them with him.
The weather fla calls for fair
weather to jav and tomorrow
TXXT-i 4 4-
1 1 A
place on sale at Too. each.
iV.) Cents, j
10c. Per Yard,!
sizes, 18 to !JU, fcr :JTc. ich.
m A TXT a mn
DRESS GINGHAMS at A 1-2.
VlAil pTH.d;.;; !v;,
if I MS GINGIiAlIS.
, L' 1 1 Vj -1 4-11
l'Ia vlu Aai ;j atutit 1 1 -v-'ii
f 1 jf ! Cuder an:l .y virtal 'a decree
U! 'All lulHlS'iu h soecial proeu in entitled
! :-row-s deee ae i, vs. V' Leo and
1 vt '.others in thy bup.jrior '-o it of Ca
AA1J- jbarrua county, X- C., I h - s ich Ad-
"fOOd alvCTaV;J ,' Al
, r m .
best prices for same. Wo invito an
inqnPctio3'of aM"te--o-.d3 v
msoectio s or a 1, u-e..;, ,v
Every few days we
get in u supply of
new and stylish goods
See our N. . CrepiMiS.
See our Black Crepons.
And we have aiso a
big lot of Ciii,-iioii
Cloths thin are oiin
ly beautiful at 1 Me.
And we hav- just
received a big lor
inch Striped an-1 Fig
ured Orepe Li.'ects.
You ought - see
our loyely Jacouette
riisse. The Freiriest
goods in the morkeL
VV7e have a beauti
ful line of Organdies,
Figured Ed'ect; a!,so
White FreiKdi Cvr
gandies "2 vds ".vide.
No'v, when you
want a tuvity V .IVrd
Tie doif t fail to see
us. Are haye !liem
&1J)r to LiVh
See our b"u:i Uui
brellas at low ligures.
MORRIOM, LKNTZ h JO
NSW YOKK CITY, K. r.
St-t.-dis, ami Grain hoahtacd
told, or arri-d cn M,rgii.
P. S. Send for exni i- .ury circus
lar on specnlaiioa, ai-; i-, tdvly mar
ket letr ; (Free) dwly
COT I ON" MAKX.'!'.
Coiii'CU.-d 'y Cia:;aa
7-" - ,r
p.a u,r23 c ;
Low middling 5 7a
i'RoaL'; ..i. ;a
Correct v 1 bv C. W .eink.
. Balk meats, s.des
1 k (
s to '.
1 ; .
a to 1 i
m i Ijeoswaa'..
; r iourionh i.arui. a ; .
j 1 2
! SA LH OF VALLA Lb TOWN"
' rninitrator nnd Commiaioner will
hi li at public aacton at the Court
T T 1 . . .11 '.,1
1 House uoarin eonora 1 u oiuti-,
; A1 " t.i n,. ,, (in, ,,t
3 1 -to, 1-05. a certain lot of l d in
j town of Concord a.-. min the
' lofs ot airs. danicb iejon
h deceased), Ii M White and othere,
1 Irontinc on .Uain street, known ua
i the 3otk House lot, the metes and
.boundaries of which are fully triven
. in the petition or complaiot riled in
Terms ot sale: One-third cash,
balance on six months time, note
and security required with interest
trriTii rhit.P of S'ile.!
f lu3 April 20, 1895. Klam Kino,
;Adm'r- and Commissioner.