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BATCH OF LOCAL NEjVS,
iI pJJ1I l.l.ti.. Sl,HPs,IIy MriuAwHtoue Church Ai.nlver.ary
aff n. the Samara itodaj- ;
Concurd and Tfcomasyijl ball
h.,uw will play here akan earlydjtev
Aot mom than,, three . thousand
uu-loupd were on the market to-
A bv caused, a .delay, of - ten
join tu6 in the arrival of the .11:15
K.jr boiler inspection the bleach
ed aiiiii down today, giving the ern
pjoyti'r a rest.
Mrs. 1 tter Jbar unarm, t who was
tiite sick during Just .week is .able
itc up again. .
Key. J 1) Shirey passed through
tin; rity from St. Paul's, Rowan
county, to Mt. Pleasant,
School at Georgeville . Academy
opt'ucd today (Monday) witn Prof
V, y Brooks, a principal, with a
hrze enrollment of scholars.
Mr. C V Keith, of No. 6 town
ihip, n.ur limer town, says they are
tanbJy in need of rain, tnat crops
are cutieriug a great deal.
Little Johnnie Kime was knocked
imvii at the bail ground Saturday
afternoon by a passed ball striking
Imh behind the right ear. lie was
not seriously hurt.
To the regret of her many admirs
crs, the charming Miss Pearl Jones,
of liaieigh, who has been spending
several month's at Dr. J S LafEerty's
will leave Thursday evening for her
Since the contract was awarded
for the excavation work at the site
for the new. Cannon factory it has
been decided to dig out a basement,
hich v 1 1 1 be on the south tide of
Don't forget the missionary meets
mg at Trinity Reformed church at
7:30 o'clock tonight. Missionary
Hoy's address will doubtless be both
interesting and instructive, and you
will miss much by being absent.
Henry Overton is off on a vaca
tion. He is the polite and courteous
colored porter for the easy riding
transfer of Mr. J W Cook. Henry
will be missed by the traveling pub
lic no little, as he is always on time
and yery accommodating.
Mr, Harry Langdon, the comme
dian, who spent a month in our city
and who won the respect and esteem
of the community, left Saturday
night for New York. Mr. Langdon
ha3 many friends here that will be
gad to see him at any time in the
A countryman walked into the
book store and called for a magazine
for his wife, who had instiucted
him to purchase some periodicals.
A clerk wanted to, sell him the Cen
tury, but the man wouldn't buy,
stating that his wife wanted a
Remember only such medicines
were admitted for exhibition at the
world's fair as are accepted for use
by physicians, in practice of
medicine, Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral, and Ayer's Pills
being inclaued in the list. They
are standard medicines.
Denny. Griffin, an old and respect.
ed r.it?7Pn lirinnr woof r0 n vl v o y
the city, is not expected to live. He
will be 90 years old on the 19th of
this month and he has got it into
his head that he is gpingfto die on
his birthday. He appears to have
no well defined disease, but is. merely
wasting away with ' old age. He
served in the Mexican war and has
been drawing a pension for years.
rd&V. ATI fl flu nflot.
yenMfl ohrcr history irthis'.sec-
(Grace) Lower - Stone Reform
church, in Rowan county.
The; programme pn Friday was
cariied out in full, the one hun-
ctreatli anniversary sermon . at 11
o'clock haying been , delivered by
Rev, Dr. Cyrus Cort, of Wjqining,
pjl. His.jgermon wasjnabj'e one,
(a synopsis of which we hope to pub.
lish later) and is praised hy everyone
who was a fortunate attendant. The
lecture by Rey. J L Murphey on
"The Reformed church in ' North
Carolina, it past, present and fu
ture," was instructive and of interest
to every history-lover of the . Re
Rev. B Frank Davis, of this city,
delivered the sermon on Saturday at
11 o'clock, and at 2 o'clock in the
afternoon, Rev. J C Clapp, preai
dent of Catawba College at Newton,
lectured on the history of the Re
formed church in the United States.
Sunday was the biggest day, there
being probably 1,200 people in at
tendance. Rey. Dr. Cort preached
a splendid sermon at 11 'clock, in
which he eulogiz:d in fitting style
the promoters of the Reformed
movement from 1815 down to a few
generations back. He told of the
origination of the movement in far
off Switzerland and of the heroic
patriotism of the believers of Re
form. It was an investing sketch
of history. Rev. Wm. E Hoy lec
tured on missionary work and in his
talk told many interesting things
about the great cause of foreign
missions. He lectured on Saturday
Revs. C B Heller and Hoy de
liyered short lectures to the Sunday
school at 10 o'clock Sunday morning.
An immense crowd was present all
during the exercises and it was an
orderly, good behaved one.
House Fur Wale.
That fiye-room house on East
Depot street,. now occupied by Mrs.
J F Wilieford, is for sale. Interested
parties will call on Dr. L M Archey
for terms and other desired informa
tion. 26 lm. (Mrs.) Ann Fink.
Rev. O B Heller will preach at
Bethel, bear Creek. Stanly coanty,
on Sunday next, August 11. Every
body is cordially invited to attend.
Complaints are numerous from
residents on Corbin street in regard
to the small boys playing baseball
on the school house lot. Thej claim
that the nuisance has been tolerated
as long as possible. If the boys
don't heed the policemen's orders
they may haye to suffer the penalty.
"A Stitch in Time," A dose of
Ayer's Pills has oaved many a fit o(
sickness; but when a remedy does not
happen to be at hand, slight ailments
are liable to be neglected, and the
result, frequently, is serious illness;
therefore always be supplied with
Mr. J Haryey Dorton is in the
city. He was one of the baseballists
'that played with the Populist's when
they defeated the Democrats last
Thursday at Flowe's, and says it
was a mistake about the umpire be
ing unfair and that everyone was
highly pleased with the decisions of
Mr. J P Bigger.
When Baby -was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Chili. she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
Wlien she Lad Cbiivlrca, gave ttY:. Castoria.
t?feuiPw is; visiting
MrvW; -A, Leslie, was oyer : from
Mr. M L Black welder is travel,
ing in South Carolina.
Mr, Will P Shpema.ker wasx up
Mr. H L Freeman, of Lexing
ton, spent Sunday in the city.
Mr. D J Bostian is at Sossa
man's Springs for a few days.
Messrs Haywood Dennis and J
W Walker are in Charlotte today.
Rev. M G G- Scherer is at
Misenheimer's Springs for a few
Mr. Walter Pariah, of the
Southern railway, is in the city for a
Mr. and Mrs. Will Widenhonse,
of Georgeville, spent Sunday night
in the city, j
Missea Kate Nicholson and
Pearle Morrison spent Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs. U C Beyd re-
turned to Columbia, S. C, their
home, last night,
Mr. Herbert Barrier passed
through the city today to Mt. Pleas
ant from Salisbury.
Masters Walter and Fletcher
have gone to Rockwell, Rowan
county, to spend a week.
Messrs. R F Coble and R D
Mabrey have gone to Statesville.
They will return to-night.
Mr. Gus Hartsell was in
city today from Dayidson on
way home at Mt. Pleasant.
Mr. Frank McGraw returned
Saturday night from Misenheimer's
Springs yery much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. R L Dick left this
morning for Greensboro, where they
will spend ten days with relatives.
Messrs. G W Taylor and Samuel
Sloop, Jr., left yesterday for Char
lotte, where they joined the Atlanta
Miss Ada Craven, who has been
attending the school of Music and
Art in Charlotte, returned to the
city Saturday evening.
- Mr. and Mrs. J M Odeli, and
Mr. and Mrs. W R Odell and Masters
Arthur and Ralph have gone to
Bessemer City on a short visit.
Misses Esther Ervin, Agnes
Moss and Katharine Gibson will
leave tomorrow morning for a week's
visit to Mrs. John McDowell, at
Mr. E P Hill returned to Jthe
city Saturday night from Misen
heimer's Springs. Miss i Lallah Hill,
his sister, is visiting in Salisbury.
She will visit Aaheville before re
turning to Concord,
Mr. John Bell Sloan, who was
for a long time a salesman at Can
nons & Fetzer's and a popular young
man of this city, is here from Atihe
yille, on a yisit. His man J friends
are glad to haye him with us.
The concert to be given tomorrow
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night at the Armory, will, afforp; a
rare opportunity of tear Jqg' gQoict
music exsquisitely, rendered. The
selections will be both vocal and in
strumentali and among those' taking
part in the concert will be Miss1'
RIoHajflsdn, of Agnes ScolilnBiiinffa I
Decatur, tta,, y?Am lWWWp,
charming vocalist iaso well knoirn;
Miss Bonnie Oates, trained to fault-
less execution by the best masters of
music in New York; Miss Gertrude
Robbins, equally cultivated and
(alented; ;M i ea, L cette, an . aqcom
plished pianist, and vocalist, and
Mrs. M R H: Caid welij so long a
favorite in thisi town and whose p?r
iect execution and fairyike touch,
hff,JhO; ,beea f orgo.ttqn by s those wo'
heard her in former years. Added
to this array of talen , the orchestra,
Messrs Barrow brothers, Garrett and
Keesler will render delightful eelec
fions and ensure un evening of enjoy
ment to be remembered by tliose.who
ioye,.niusic. Concert will, begin at
8:30 o'clock. Admission 25 cents.
Messrs. Hebert, Frank and Eugene Bar
row, Garrett and Keesler.
Soug-uBalers From I Vespi Sicilini,"
3Iiss Gertrude Rot)bins.
Piano Solo -"Menuet a L' Antique,"
Mrs. M. H. H. Caldwell.
Song "Una Voce Poco Fa," Kossini
Miss Rose Harris.
Piano Solo "Allegro Agitate,"
Miss Josephine Fawcette.
Vocal Duett "O That We Two Were
Misses Robbins and Richardson.
Piano Solo Selected
Miss Josephine Adams.
Song--" Angels Serenade," (with
violin obligato)- Braga
Miss Gertrude Robbins. J
Bucklen'H Arnicu Kttlve.
The Best Salve in tke world f
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetterd,Chappe
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale at P. B. fretzer's Drug
LOWE & SONi
Blue Serge, 46 in. wide at 40
and 50 cents perjyard.
Blue Serge, 52-in. wide at SO
cents and $1.00 peryard.
Black Serge, 52in. wide $1,00
DRESS GOODS, at 90 cents
Double width 7 Henrietta in
solid colors'at 12Jcents per
There is no tja handsomer
Iineof ladies. dress;goodsJ to
be found in town'than Jwe can
: LOWE &2 SON.
just refceiv.eda ilQt of
pjetty - percales for
Shirt Waists. ' Don't
fail tp see them.
of i new and Stylish
prints just in. Good
a few pieces of Or
gandie Lawns that
will go at low figures
want the coolest and
prettiest hot weather
dress call and see our
2-yards wide white
lot of Ladies Black
Hose to go ot 5 cents.
Blue Crepons 1 for
Shirt Waists are the
correct thing for Hot
of Ladies Oxford Ties'
in Black and Tans are
the handsomest in the
town. Go, say the
Ladies and our prices
are lower too.
and more Tobacco for
less money than can
be bought in Con- ;
cord. You that use
iobacco can save
money by eeing us
Morrion, Lentz fit Co
HAMMOND & CO.
130 & 132 Pearl Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Scocks, Bonds and Grain bought and
sold, or carried on Margin.
P. S. Send for explanatory circu
lar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwlv
I will sell the following articles
belonging to the town of Concord,
to wit: One Mule, Town Uarts and
harness, Plow and on Champion
Road Machine. Any person d earn
ing to buy ai f of the above articles
coll on me ao ohca. By order of
BoaTd ' Lv M. MORRISON.
June llth, 1895- Mayor.
SALE OF LAND.
By virtue of authority vested in
me as commissioner Dy a decree of
the Superior Court, made in the
case of Lawson BJack Welder and
others.plaintiffs, against N M Starns,
defendant, I will sell at public auc
tion in front of the court house
door in Concord on Monday, Sept.
2, 1895, to the highest bidder, the
following real estate of which John
C Stams died seized.
. 1st. Tract'knawh as the Rowland
tract adjoining J F Furr lands,
Martain Furr and others and pn
which Henry Crayton now lives,
containing 114 acreF, and known as
t3 home place. This tract of land
will be. sold subject to ' the dower of
Mrs. John C Starnes wnich has al
ready been allotted, and consists of
abou; 67 acres-
2nd. Tract known as the Adam
Honeycutt tract adjoining Jackson
Mojieycuit: ' tn tract above men?
tioned andf others, and contaxus'
about 4b acres, and on which O v
Maiiney no resides
3rd, Tract known as the Alex
ander Shoe tract adjoining Nathan
LamertV'Maei Cox and others, and
contains about,, 15 acres.
'4th Tra5t known4 as; the Jonn M
Shoe tract adjoins Jackson Honey
cutfc; Thomas Swinriori ' itni others,5
and contains about 33 acres
r 'Tibari-One-third fakir, 6ne-third
in twelve months and the remaining
inira in twoL,y-ear8,4 e Referred
payments to waif. &ter cent ihterest
from day of sale until paid, but the
purchaser will have the right to an1
ticipate them by paying cash if he
desires to do so, Jas. C Gibson,