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A BATCH OF LOCAL NEWS.
I'k ketl I d and Put in Shape My
llustlliisr Pencil Pastier.
A key waa found and left at this
office. You can get it on applica
tion. Baseball Friday botween two
scrub teams will take place at the
That is a fins field of cotton of
Capt. Chas. McDonald's, iust above
the Odell mills.
Within a few weeks work will be
gin on the construction of a side
track at lhe Buffalo Mills.
For two days wagons have Jbeen
hauling cotton ties from the Odell
mills to the depot, from where they
An open air concert was given on
the public square last night by two
colored boye. Their instruments
A stairway has been placed on the
inside of the furniture store. An
elevator will be put in as soon as
possible after its arrival.
Statesville district conference of
the Methodist Episcopal church,
South, convenes at Mooresville on
Thursday, July 11, at 10 o'clock.
Miss Mary Graham, of China
Groye, was in the city Tuesday, and
while here lost from her ear an ear
ring. Finder will please leave at
It wouldn't be a bad idea if a rail
ing would be placed on either side
of the bridge that crosses the Slip
pery Rock branch. Unless there be
some protection, an accident might
The twenty-sixth annual session
of the North Can ja Local Min
isters Conference will be held at
"Rutherford College, Burke county,
N. C, one mile from Connelly
Springe depot, August 14-18.
A picnic will be held at Moores
ville on the first day of August
under the auspices of the geod
women of Iredell county for the
benefit of the Barium Springs
Secretary W A Caldwell Tuesday
received a letter from High Point,
3tating that they wanted a game of
ball with our boys, at either this or
that place. They will come here for
expenses or 60 per cent of gate re
ceipts, and offer to entertain our boys
on the same condition.
Messrs Q E Smith and Will Day
vault left town Tuesday with two
bunches of ropes. It was not clear
whether Mr. Smith was going to
hang Mr. Dsyvault and then him
self or whether they were going to
iasso some kicking cattle. They
did, howevei, go out for a piano.
"A Stitch in Time'" 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
ness ; therefore always be supplied
with Ayer's Pills.
. Owing to the absence from town
and sickness among the members,
the hose and reel company failed to
elect delegates to the State Fire
men's convention Tuesday night,
and a call meeting will be held on
next Tuesday night for that pur
pose. It was fully decided that the
company could not attend in a
Blood-purifiers, though gradual,
are radical in their effect. Ayer's
Sarsapanlla is intended as a medi
cine only and not a stimulant, exci
tant, or beverage. Immediate re
sults may not always follow its use ;
but after a reasonable time, perma
nent benefit is certain to be realized
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
People Who Travel,, at SeMa by Oar
Mr. P H Thompson, of Salis
bury, is in the city.
Mr, Andrew Grier, of Harris
burg, was in town last night.
Mrs. S J Lowe is visiting friends
at Nimrod, Mecklenburg county.
Mr. Aachibald Curry, of t)avid
son College is yisitiug Master Parks
Mr. J D Grimes, the roller mill
man of Lexington, came down this
Mr. T L Angus, the little
Richmond drummer, spent last
night in the city.
Miss Laura Parish left this
morning for Chapel Hill. She will
be gone a montn.
Misses Bessie and Nina Kim
mons, of Mill Hill, are visiting at
Mr. John A Kimmons.
Mr. Walter Hendricks, of Fors
est Hill, left this morning for Dan'
ville, his future home.
Dr. John F Reed returned te the
city last night from New York. He
will be here for some time.
Mrs. Brown of Salisbury and
Mrs. Brown, of Macon, G., are visit"
at Mrs Dr. Henderson's.
Mrs. J W Cannon and two
children, Masters Charles and Ross,
went over to Charlotte today.
Mr. James E Hurley will go to
Mieenheimer's Springs tomorrow,
where he will spend several weeks.,
Little Mise Mary Archty re
turned today from a visit to her
Grandpa Fisher's, hear China Grove.
Messrs.Will Flowe and David
son Pharr were in the city today.
They report a lovely time at Sossa
mon's. Miss Elsie Morrison, of Pion-
eer Mills, is spending the day in the
city with her uncle, Mr. D B Morn
Mrs. Ida Carpenter and child,
who have been visiting at Policeman
Boger's, returned to Charlotte. Ac
companying them was little Mary
Be I lis Conilered'
At the drill Tuesday night, a trip
for Company G was considered and
it is very likely the whole Campany
will go to Richmond on the 22nd
of this month, It would be a grand
and cheap trip and every one, it 'is
thought, will take advantage of
The wretched drunkard lay in
the cold unfeeling gutter, and the
madding crowd gave him the laugh.
The good-hearted citizen happened
along and replaced the fallen tank
in a standing position. "Ah," said
the crowd, "he has been thre him-
glf So shines a good deed in a
naughty world, comments the cynic
al philosopher of the Indianapolis
Worms in His Cantalo upe.
J C Johnston, a prominent Geor
melon raiser, sends out tne
following information, which may
benefit some of our melon raisers :
"Upon examination of my canta
loupes since the wet weather, I find
small white worms on them next to
the ground, and some of them have
nearly bored in half their length. It
will be well to turn the melon over
and scrape off the the worms and
leaye them (the melong) turned over
which I think will prevent the
worm from destroying them. I haye
turned them all over and destroyed
the worms. If the wet we? "her con
will ba well to lo after
them again after the first tnrning."
LookAt Thli LUt-And If You
Weed Any or Them.
Circus Soap, the best for the
price in this market.
The most popular line of tobacco
in towD, by the plug or box.
The finest Green tea in town just
Damp proof Matches, the beBt
match I ever sold.
Railroad Mills Sweet, Gail & Ax,
Ralph, & Carolina Belle Snuff,
Oriole Parched Coffee, the best.
Oak Ridge & Dan Y alley 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 m quantities
to meet the closest trade.
Honest, fair dealing is my motto,
lw John. P, Allison.
For Over Fifty Tears.
Mrs. Winslow's Sooth;ng Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
Druggists in every part of the
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle
Besure and ask for Mrs. Winslow's
Soohing Syrup," and take no other
Pr. Miles' I'atn nils are guaranteed lo &tot
.2ie4faeJeiu20 mlautea. "Ono cent a dos.1
PLAIDS AND SHEETINGS,!
GEHER L IBCIIilllSE
Four foot woodlSalvaya wanted
hoof, trices for same. We invite an
w m mr
inspections of all. the goods.wa
SAW t W Dr. Kllet Brr
Odell Mmfast Co,,
of i lis
LOWE & SON.
To Close out at half
2o. 25 and 4o cents
complete with rollers.
WASH GOODS, NOW
CUT TO LESS THAJN
You can get nice goodsj foi
5 cents the yard.
Everything sold at
Rock Bottom PriCes,
LOWE & SON.
North Carolina 1 c . n .
Cabarrrus County 'Superior Court.
W J Hill, Administrator of C A
Suther, p aintiff, vs. J G Suther,
John W Suther, Lillv Suther,
Octy O Suther, M C Downum
and husband, Jno F Downum,
M L Morgan and husdand, W
S Morgan, H L Su her, W A
Sutber, M 3 Suther, Chas G
Suther. Jennie Oswald and
husband J P Oswald, H A
Bundy and husband, W H
It appearing o the satisfaction
of the Court from the return of J A
Sims, Sheriff of Cabrrrus County,
N, C, and from the affidavit of W J
Hill filed in the aboe entitled acM
tion, that J G Suther, Jno W Suth
er Lilly Suther, Octy O Sether, M
C Downum and husband, Jno F
Downum, and M L Morgan and
husband and W S Morgan are non
residents of this State, and after
due diligence cannot be found
within the State of North Carolina,
and are necessary and proper par
ties to the above entitled action.
and whereas the plaintiff above
named has begun an action in said
Court to subject the real estate of
said C A Suther described in the
complaint or tne piaintms ior assets
to pay the debts of said C A Suther
deceased, and whereas the said de
fendants J G, Jno W, Lilly. Octy 0
Suther, M C Downum and husband,
Jno F Downum, M L Morgan and
husband, W S Morgan have an in
terest actual or contingent as heirs
at law of said C A Suther. Now
therefore, the said J G. Jno W,
Lilly. Octy O Suther, M C Downum
and husband, Jno. F Downum and
M L Morgan and husband, W b
Morgan are hereby notified that
unless they be and appear at the
office of the Clerk of Superior Court
of said county and State aforesaid
on or before the 19 day of August,
1895 and plead, answer or demur to
the complaint of the plaintiff in this
action, that the plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief de
manded in the complaint and for
costs of action. This 3rd day of
July, 1895. JAMES 0. GlBSON.
Clerk Superior Court,
Having qualified as admistrator of
the estate of Mary A. Stoker, de
ceased, notice is hereby given that
all those indebted to said deceased,
are hereby notified to make pay
menta nromntl.v; and all those hold
ing claims against said Mary A.
Stoker, deceased, are herby notified
to nrestmt them to the undersigned
dulv autbeticated on or before the
6th day of June, 1896, or this notice
Will De pieau 1U uar iui tuou roi
covery. D. W. HONEYCUTT.
Thil, 6th of June, 1895.
Every few days we
get in a supply of
new and stylish goods
See our N. B. Crepons.
See our Black Crepong
And we have also a
big lot of Criterion
Cloths that are aims
. ply beautiful at 81.3c.
And we have just
received a big lot 36 '
inch Striped and Fig
ured Crepe Effects.
You ought to see
our lovely Jaconette
Plisse. The Prettiest
goods in the moi-ket.
We have a beauti- -ful
line of Organdies,
Figured Effects; also
White French Or
gaudies 2 yds wide.
x ow, wnen you
want a pretty Oxford
Tie don't fail to see
us. We haye them
at all priees 50c,
$1,00 to $a,50.
See oar Sun Urns
brellas at low figures.
MORRION, LENTZ & Co
HAMMOND & CO.;
130 & 132 Pearl Street, i
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Scocks, 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
COTTON MARKET, j
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer.
Good middling 61
Liow middling 5.75
Stains .... 4ito 5
PRODUCE MARKET. "
Corrected bv C. W Swink. -
Sugar-cured ' nams 12itol5
Bulk meats, sides 8 to 9
Flour(ISTorth Carolina) 1.75
I will sell the following articles
belonging to the town of Concord,
to wit: One Mule, Town Uarts and
harness, Plow and one Champion
Road Machine. Any person desir
ing to buy any of the above articles
coll on me at onca. By order of
Board L. M. MORRISON,
June 11th, 1895. Mayor.
MORRISON H. CALDWEr
ATTORJTIY AT LAW,
CONCORD, N. C,
Office in Morris building, opposite