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A BATCH OF LOCAL NEWS.
rit.hHl iTp ami Put in Shape By Onr
Esq, Pitts lias teen engaged pro
fessienally to-day over several little
'Don't forget the lawn party this
e vening: on the lawn at the Baps
Jame3 F Hurley was on the streets
today. His many friend3 were glad
o see him out.
Little Miss Mary Bingham who
has been confined to her home for
three long months, is able to be out
The Concord Presbytery will meet
iii extra session at Morganton next
vuc to-receive the pastor of the
r-f? bovvers congratulated Dr. R
Voun;' at Lexington on Friday.
veml declared him the finest wit
-- rbev ever saw.
Mr. J E Oariland will leave Mon
iAli fox -New York where he
i ,ii La jevcrai weeks with his
ll.r iitl brother.
fclrf. Dr. C A Misenhciur and
children, of Charlotte, hay-i corns
;7." tfj i'lotuvr Mills to spend the
;"-:.!::mer at Col, Barnhardt's.
M -lister Brandon Means this morns
iVtched to 'own with him on
.n-urijag frei:: a hunt a beauLxui
h'fs w.-:;e. It was a young one.
I J B jtian is patriotic, although
iLe a!; eeaiOii is on. At the sight
of stars and stripes of the "red,
-:id blue,' ' almost every passer
. ..2 :c in vesicate.
The Gleaner says Mr. L Banks
Hcli, ol Crahara, listed the stock be-?-
-gin g to hia Alamance farm 71
.'leada at $2S,000, an average of a
;it h:S3 than $500 each.
Standard publishes the
t.b article on money. Many of our
h?.re expressed themselves
lighted with the clear and plain
"T-atrnent of the subject.
Mr. M I' Pegratn, s popular mer
.bant of Charlotte, who for many
veur3 has run the "Haberdasher' a
;;ents furnishing store,, assigned
Friday, with H H Orr, assignee,
Mr. J J Barringer of No, (5 who
was so very ill during the spring
and at several times his recovery wa3
almost d'spaired of, is about, we are
glad to note. He spent the day in
Pvnk "Examiner JMiller, ha3 been
elected cashier of the Merchants &
Farmers Bank, of Chariots. Mr.
Miller is the one that unearthed
Ceshier Holland's crookedness with
n -3 V. o v-. V !
At the First Bresbpterian .church
tomorrow afternoon at 4:40 o'clock a
household meeting will be held. Dr.
S J Laiferty will deliver an address
io the children. Everybody is cor
' Eaq. H S Buryear went down to
No. 9 Friday to appear in a magis
trate trial, Jwhere a gentleman
was indicated through malice. It
is hardly necessary fo say that the
persecuted gentleman came out with
Mr. John Cook, administrator of
M Cook, deceased, had a check, a
German legacy, today that he could
not read. It was in German and
only a few could tell what it said.
It'sjbadwhen a fellow gets a check
and cant read it.
Blood-purifiers, though gradual,
ire radical in their effect. Aver's
Sareaparilla is intended as a medi
cine only and not a stimulant, exci
tant, or beverage. Immediate re
sults may not always follow its ih? ;
but after a reasonable tima. perma
nent benefit is certain to be realized-
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
People Who Travel, an Seen by Oar
Capt. J M Odell returned last
night from Durham, where he spent
Miss Clara Oehler, of' Mt.
Pleasant, is visiting Miss Nellie
Mr. A H Moore, of Charlotte,
was in the city today enroute to
Mr. A J Yorke is home. He
attended the german in Charlotte
Miss Mamie Ury has returned
from a two months visit to relatives
Miss Grace Fisher ha3 return
ed from an extended visit to friends
in Hickory and Lenoir.
Mr. Bruce Aadms, of Monroe, who
has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Dr.
Hasten, left today for his home.
M:s3 Lalkli Hill and Mr, Will
Flowe were in the city yesterday
afternoon, from Sossamon's springs.
--Meurs Harvey and Will White,
of Fori Mill, i3. C , who were visit
ir at, C'sot. J LI Udell's haye re
Miss Hattie Ca3tor left yes;ers
day for King's Mountain, where she
will spend eome time with friends
Mrs. L P Cole and daughters,
MUswo Eic;u and May field, returned
today from Hill3boro, where they
Mr. Frank L Bobbins arrived
today from China Grove and will
enter upon his duties as superintend
dent of the Odell mills Monday.
Mr. Gowan Dusenbury, of Ox
ford, is in the city and will spend
Sunday here with his mother, Mrs.
M C Dusenbery, at the St. Cloud
Kev. J P Rogers and wife,
who have been spending some time
at the home of Mrs. Roger's father,
Mr, J M Barrage, left today for
Sol wood, a C.
Misses Myrtle Patterson and
Pauline Thorn, two pretty little
girls of China Grove, are in the city,
the guestes of Miss Grace Brown.
They will spend a week.
Mr. and Mrs. 1) A Lowe, who
were visiting at Mr, S J Lowe's,
their son, returned to Lowes ville
today accompanied by Mrs. S J
Lowe and daughter, Ashlej.
Miss Lizzie Bost, daughter of
Mr. Martin Bost, of No, 9 township,
passed through the city today en
route home from Winston, where
she ha3 been spending some time.
She spent one day with her sister,
Mrs, J W Cannon.
Mr. John P Allison calls atten
tion to Borne goods he sells at
wholesale and retail. It will pay
you to call on him. He also keeps
a full line of Dry Goods, Shoe3,
Hats, Groceries Ac,
The german in Charlotte Friday
complimentary to the Misses Can
non, of this cijy, and other yisiting
young ladies, was quite a grand
affair. The german was lead by
Mr. John D Cannon, the popular
young gentleman so well known
Like the great jurist he is, Judge
Boykin, presides, while the famous
c-se at Lexington is on, with as
much deliberation, carefulness and
impartiality e3 is possible for
humanity. He has the warmest
and rvoffri ndrsf. rc. rf . t.h
T -' 1 - md IS
. D vidson
A GREAT MAS? 0 F MITD.
30,000 to 40.000 Brick Made PerDay-
Bufl'alo Mills Going Up Rapidly
Foundations for Tenement llouaes
A Tnrilty Set of Workmen.
One has no idea or cannot
amagine what vast amount of work
is being done at the brick yard of R
A Brown and the Buffalo Thread
Mill of Odell & Son, from what we
can learn by conversations the
sight of which will only convince
you that the like has never been in
At the brick yard Mr. Brown em
ploys from thirty to fifty hands;
he runs three and four carts in hauB
infia dirt, runs two of the latest ims
proved brick machines, the capacity
of which is from 30,000 to 40,000
per day, au average of 185,0000
brick per week is made. It i3 in
teresting indeed, to pass over a
brick yard and see the thrift and
speed of humanity and machinery
working so smoothly and doing such
an immense lot of it.
Mr. Brown, including the brick
he made at Davidson College this
spring, ha3 contracted to furnish
more than 4,000,00C brick within
less than six months, more than
three million of which will be
utilized in and near this city. This
brick yard is the largest ever in
this section. It covers 2i acres of
Within several hundred yards of
the brick yard is the Buffalo Thread
Mill, which is rapidly going up
The walls are past the second floor
and within a few more weeks
another mill will be ready to receive
Fifteen or twenty brick tenement
houses will be erected at once, the
foundations to several having al
ready been laid. These houses
will be built on the hill this side
the railroad, facing the Southern.
With thrifty workmen, coached
by backing such as this set is, it
would not take many years to double
the size of this beautiful little city.
Look At Tliis L,ist And See If You
Weed Any Of Them.
Circus Soap, the best for the
price in this market.
Tho most popular line of tobacco
in town, by tho plug or box.
The finest Green tea in town just
Damp proof Matches, tho best
match I ever sold.
Railroad Mills Sweet. Gail & Ax,
Ralph, A, Carolina Belle Snuff,
Oriole Parched Coffee, the best.
Oak Ridge & Dan Valley Flour,
I guarantee every sack in price and
quality. There is no better flour put
up than Dan Valley.
Fresh Butter almost every day.
I call special attention to all these
goods as I buy them in quantities
to meet tho closest trade.
Honest, fair dealing is my motto,
lw John. P, Allison.
Masonic ISot ice.
A call communication of Stoices
Lodge No. 32 A. F. & A. M. will be
held on Monday night, July 8th, at
8:30 p. m., for special business
Brethren urged to attend. By crder
of W. M.
S. J. Lowe, Secty.
"A Stitch inTTinie" A dose of
Ayer's Pills has saved many a fit of
sickness ; but when a remedy does
not happen to be at hand, slight ail
ments are liable to be neglected, and
the result, frequently, is serious ill-
ne3s; therefore always be supplied
with Ayer's Pills.
Several parties failing to get
tickets for the Southbond train
July 4th, thereby having to pay
full fare and the little qttarter of a
dollar in addition, havs lodged com
plaint against the local force for not
opening the office in time, &f they
claim. Verily we hare had the 4th
of July celebrated all week..
LOWE & SON
To Clce out at half
2o. 25 and 4o cents
complete with rollers.
WASH GOODS, NOW
OUT TO LESS THAN
You can get nice goods for
5 cents the yard.
Everything sold at
Rock Bottom PriCes.
LOWE & SON.
CHURCH Dili EC TORY.
St. Andrews Lutheran church,
Cannoville Rev- J. D. Shealy,
pastor. Sundaj- School at 9-30 a.
m every Sunday. Preaching every
1st Sunday at 11 a. in., and 3rd and
4th Sundays a!: J:30p. in.
Baptist Church Rev- J. 0. Aider
man, pastor, services every Sabbath
at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. in. Sunday
school every Sunday at 9:45 a. m,
Prayer meeting every Saturday j
night at 7:30 o'clock. Public corn
All Saints Episcopal church Rev.
J. C. Dayis, rector- Morning service
at 11 a. in. fand 7 p. m. Sunday
school at lOta. in. Prayers Wednes
day at 4 p. in.
Forest Hill church, South Rev.
M. A.Smith, pastor. Preaching at
11 a. m, and 7:45 p.m. Sunday school
at 9:45 a. in. Prayer meeting every
Saturday at 7j p. in, The public
St, James Lutheran church Rey
M, G. G- Scherer.-pastor. Services
every LordVDay.at 11 o'clock a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting and
lecture Wednesday at 730 p. in.
Bay's Chapel, Methodist Church
Rev. J. R. Moose, pastor. Services
at 11 a." m- and 7 p. "rn.&jSunday
school at 2:30 p. m,
First Presbyterian church Rev.
W C Alexander, Pastor, Preach
ing every Sunday at 11 a. m., and
8 pm. Sunday school at 9:45
o'clock. Prayermeetihg overy Wed
nesday night at 7;15 .
Central Methodist Church Rev.
R, HJParker, pastor. Services .'at
11 a. m and 7:45 p m Sunday Ischool
at 3 o'clock, p m.
Trinity Reformed church Rev. B
Frank Davis, pastor. Sunday
school at 10 a.m., andpreaching
et 11 a. m., every first and third Sun
day. And Sunday school at 2jp. m.,
and preaching at 3 p. m-, every
second and fourth Sunday. Y. P,
S. 0. E. meeting every Sunday
evening at 7:30 p m. All are cordially
Every few days we
get in a supply of
new and stylish goods
See our N. B. Crepocs.
See our Black Creponsj
And we have also a
big lot of Criterion
Cloths that are sims .
ply beautiful at 8 l-3c.
And we have just
received a big lOt'SGs
inch Striped and Fig
ured Crepe Effects.
You ought to see
our loyely Jaconette
Plisse. The Prettiest
goods in the inorket.
We have a beauti
ful line of Organdies,
Figured Effects; also
White French Or
gandies 2 yds wide.
Now, when you
want a pretty Oxford
Tie don't fail to Shh
us. We haye fhem
at all priees f0c.,
$1,00 to $2,50.2
See oar .Sun LTm
brellas at low ligures.
Morrion, Lemtz & Co
HAMMOND & CO.
r Itnik ? mm
refers, . m
130 & 132 Pearl Street, j m
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y."
Scocks, Bonds and Jrain hoahfand
sold, or carried on Margin.
P. S. Send for explanatory circus
Iar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) . dwly
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer,
Good middling 6
Low middling j 5,75
Stains , 4t0 5
Corrected hv C. W Swink.
Sugar-cured nams 12Hol5
Bulk meats, side3 8 to 9
Butter .1 15
Lard 8 toll
Flour(North Carolina) 1.75
I will sell the following articles
belonging to the town of Concord,
to wit: One Mule, Town Carts and
harness, Plow and one Champion ,
Road Machine. Any person desire
ing to buy any of the above articles
coll on me at once. By order of
Board L. M. MORRISON,
June 11th, 1895. Mayor.
MORRISON H. CALDWELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CONCORD, N. 0,
Office in Morris building, opposite.