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, HATCH OF LOUAL NEWS, f THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
tt( i , iMi I'ui i" Sliaio iiy 1m j 'cl Who Trav I,, us S en by Our
tj u-J I - IVnoil I'uhIkt. j lU'ikortt r.
Conceit Monday nighty Muss Lallan Hill returned today
,vv t C'rowell is piie sick wirh
;A Firemen's Association
!.... ....... - v: . . : -,u,n
,cv,' lot. of embroidered harcke'r-
; ; , ; il l liiiuir- u-w
UKr lot of tilvtr belt pins at
i Jewelry store, hi 10 cents
a v r Feroy Thornuoag -s ;ck
f- ; ,A his home en South
from Misea.iei ner's springs and
Mr. J Whiti Bulkhead returned
Mast night from the sm-im'F Hh is
very much improved.
SAM GLENN GONE.
A Sesro Convict from IHwiUson
County ttMiif I rout the Chain
UnnX lMayM olo Under Pre
tence of SJein;;- wick.
For several d;is Sim Glenn, a ne
gro co a vie i. b roughs from Davidson
ana placed on oar change gang, had
been complain. tg of being sick. On
Friday Manager Bernhardt was not
Mrs OA. Caldwell left this i workiuu him and allows! the n?cm
morning for Saitesvilie, to visit her
son, Mayor L C Caldwell,
Messrs. EdrMnrr and Char lee
the privilege o sitting in the shade
near the camp and river bank.
xt.o. minrr a no. onariee , Sam, while watching the rippling
Bar-- ftrti dt from ealUbury. n's steady How, began to medF
ihey v lit spa-1 Sunday here. . TTr t .. . . , . , , .
Mius Liliie Wilkinson returned
last night from a viait to Mrs. W C
. . .. t 1
b.Kit dearer ia to stale ,UiA'i' -nourg, ;. u.
nunUUr that Father 15 F?heredge,3 of Les-
viile, o. C, ii yioiting his uncle
IFv. J o Wertz, of St. John's.
iSOU i U i: iUtchia
i-t.iirlotte Observer say a that
oaa-rv i not able to bv
ate. He got it into hia head to es
cape, whijh he baa done very snc?
cesafully fao far. He left (quarters
about 11 o'clock vpatardav ("FrulavV
and it is thought he id making for I "YOU O A 1M B ..J 'Y
! hid old home at Yadkin College, in
- -,ISiS.J..Lo 0 Fii.k aal U T
'irov Mil leave Monday for Misen
hz ::?:''? springs, to spend a week.
Mr. John Hutchinson, of Balti-
in the city, the gueat of his
: tK- - in -law, Mr. A N McNinch.
, i. r. J 0 Davis and wife
Davidson county. He got several
hundred yards ahead of the guard,
and was lost in the bushes.
j Up to time of going to press he
has not been apprehended, but he
is bicg chased.
Glenn had only four more monthg
no cvr vices tomorrow at Ail
; IuoLi'val church.
i ' . r. ;.'UieV , s ; ; p r . ! : :
; i tM'uLer v Cot. i ."' i ' 1
t;. Lcxiuirton for a few
.h. L.iis will preach there .nr. iiiicumu in iriut.
::ib.j 5 Coir's p.2;.pir
The Kaleih Correspondent of
d Vinslow and Liliie tbe ehaiictie Obsever has this- to
i j morrow for High sa "
,,. .j , the Hilemai), vho was one of the
' f . , Populist leaders in the last House,
'-i i Ue I i h:liu3. . .
is out in a letter which is published
: I'-- ! ar.d child, ;n rt colored Kepublican fusion
-fter c 'pending a or;,'an here, in which he declares for
month kI the t. Cloud left hst i coiuplcate fusion and wants to
li.-t t T I f i vr : ( . r.. ! liftf'fin hid vjfnfi. tiovt vnir cr ft tn
utterly "knock out" the Democrats.
aht ;cr rv.-'r ho ;u
- - j
.L!:ud:Ui,au S;b!cy wJl sp.rak to j
: .-f.:;.' -. -n at v...re?.
"V ' ,
'' ,'USt 1 a, t'O al' '$ MiVl'jii i Li t
a l -v'-r to i, ci'.;:;.ri of tiih:
Marshall Cropeli, hrnthcr to
- -1-' - i O c i i, i. 1 .1 . , c . -'
i ' y ire in e w London an d
tudv the cotton mill bub.n;.'ei,
I!:y. L K Olaucow, of Davidson,
huo hwu .-.c.ired .j take charge of a
icirool in tr;.. Poplar Tent neighbor-
;in Li f du ies on August
.;t . cured u
V C i t- o
X F Harris, i'-rm-rly of the
China (iroe Cotton Mill?, has i.
r ...d ; - itioii at t.he Cornelius
C.roii L!'; cf F,ivid30n College.
1L ic V. : . s-.inu-r of the daj force.
V.-c'itiLi' ;3 being done on a new
reservoir to be buiit at the water
,?o :): ;:ivU. the size to be 10x105
!; lo t dec:. Tli- now pumj)
::. .. . );) ..
?!. : , . . ill m -:
. l , c Ov' p ..v. ..'-.
Z no a- in
.ci'ft Union eHice and wi! i i
t uenty-li ve s hite en vi-Fp:J for
31r. Ililemaa does not appear to
have forgotten the fact that tho
Democrats had the temerity to take
some cases to the Supremo Court,
and sa3Ts he desires to make the
Democrats defeat next year so com"
plete as to make a recourse to ,tho
Supremo court a mere waste of time
. - .
Asa 31tiT ol History.
It is being said that Senator -Till
man is a democrat and this is the
reason all the democrats are being
urged to come out and hear him on
There is no. objection to hearing
Mr. Tillrcao. Bur, for the sake of
truth and f.v.ds it is well to remem
10 cent percale at (J,
t) cent online'; for "
Ginghams, 1 .
Ducks 1 (j s.
2400 mulched 1H cents.
Nice susperidi'. c.
Th:, best Idii" Ve
5c you ever saw.
just received a lot of
)?etty j)orcales for
Shirt Waists. Don't
fail to st-e them.
of new and Stylish
prints just in. Good
I WE HAVE
a few pieos of Or--gandie
v.Tll go at low tiauies
n 3 w
: want the eoulcst and
rettiest hot wear her
dress call and see our
! 2-yards wide white
! A BIG
k.)UiN o. j Hose to go ot frYnts.
j OUR NAVY:
: Ulue Cre?ouo ; for
i.iiirl Vujsis arj r !!
correct thing tor Hot
Ladies Oxford Tl'S
in Slack and Tans are
the handsomest in the
; town. Go, say the
Ladies and our prices
j ' ave lower too.
! TOBACCO GOOD!
I TOBACCO TOO
I dozen pencils with rubber
ends, only Fo.
Indies' mixed ho.-o oc.
advi more Tclueeo for
less money than can
be bought in Con
cord. You that use
iobacco can save
money by seeing us
IMoreion, Lentz & Co
Gent'? "old FtiiavUied shirts1
with two coiidrs ana one uiir
cult's for die.
Twenty dive envelopes Tc.
Table oil cloth 10c per vard.
Most ui to n.3(tiug iic.
HAMMOND & CO.
130 & U2 Ptarl Sre,
XEVS YORK OTTY, li. Y.
La.; !'.:: o e i:v ;
dtiiiooiat, the Fops would never
havo invited him nor would they
: 1 c. i
tsd icCi a
, , , J :';V tor p.::.g aa oid .nrwiF.:,, turn out much to near him.
a tour i ( nana , . , . : , r.., I
. , , v 1' -..a-" oa; tor good raoney. t nis
- . . t :a ..
hunK naii been del unci lor m.my ;
. . , . i
Wltil Ttdl:il, sukai
lounge, l5 CHiits .
I a I i eooJ tn.- iPiieuc'i iews auu uc
"on r4d. Canble vas tr i d before j server v,e lea.'a the following :
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i; LOic or ..i:- ? .: ---v. ; . ) : , u . o i an a , li Ai r. r DflCi . a ) u uer iroiu
F be a ti at to j vo0UilU over to court Li the sum of ' Creenshoro, was hurt in the tirc-ii-'.'S
aadr iav, :t,F ... ; , - ;hu:v Hera'.d. ' mans' cueo).il and freight train ac-
Lo-...t co a
., cident this week, will probably eue delay they will nor last, Jong
r j ' d
" V w( . g.ocg Bonds ami Gram bought and
i to : sold, or carried on .Margin.
! P. S. Send for explanatory circus
' Fir on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwl 7
I will tali the following articles
;iV i btdorarku to tra- town of Concord.
i;' ' .; to wit; One ALuie, Town I r-irts artel
' , . , , harness, Flew and one Champion
to ?o cents, thai w- Wlii Seu j Uoad Machine. Any person desire
j iug to buy auy of the above articles
now at lo and ceaaa Dout Villon me rd, one, By order of
! Board ju. 2d. edOFdiiaON,
( j uue i 1th, L-'.;'-. 2dayor.
! t he r a i v 0 d c 0 n p any. His hip!
d ;i" Kack-ci. 1 bones va.-re atove up into his body.
j We are seHiag. everythitu
SALE OF LAND.
.re 1 r. o :i 1 i
'. ou'. jtnriouneung the ir.r- j
im 1 -o,n- - '
hte.r of K-.i D F Fldahonr, of
r h. ,i..ih;: t, -nO 01 oih' nc.rHpa frnm ;
! cheaper ttraa ?
; ; 1 , , . ,. ,. , r .:! , .4 ' c i 1 door in Concord on adou lw, Sept
.o,,-::,,:;.;,; . .-o.,-- -.i-rn Caov. - - j removing Iruit or anything of any , .. ro;v,.u v; r to the higher bidder, the
, . . r !. " iu' i.u St. ilohn's .r-vangojicai description on mv plantation,! 1 " ' i oliowing ral ostuto (a vhich dohi
-o.oa; treav:::ienc 1-o ' ' , . . 0 , ...?0 ! 1 ,, n onturr; - ' C Stands diod seized,
is a p-:rdtont coiae 0: i-an cmuoh August . ... J. , knowa .tne Daniel outher cheap, go toj ,: , -. . , .,a 1st, Tract known as the ICowlam
U 'oFs' to iJr.
It F ra- ti.nr tifiiber. u.dkm or driving, L btnninar '
1 w rji 1,
By virtue of c.ot!,oii:y verged in
r :. ' i--f r.s cui'au::a:onet' oy a dt-ereo ot
. wOrl tho Supeiior Comd,, made in the
; a no of Lawbon iihiekwcdiler and
others. plaint:iFaaaim?t N at St arris,
defendant, I v.id pell at public auc
d t 'to taction in front of the couit 11 01130
door in Coiicord on lou l v, S
i v ' ' ' ' 11 rr,,,. i . - , ... 1- .11
,:, . , , LooVchl voung peopie unu Anyone vioiatiog mis nonce win
te i..ie oa.-ou. 1 j3 Lea - . J
,;v ,vli: tv, . rp.ir ISraxava in advance extends us ; JC prosecuted to the fullest extent
nre of the couuty'a mo.it j ia!1d8 iq Xo. F! township.
.aoii a in.t,f(r to a
" aFi Maoooth. Cert;
Id'aek oii IFie Ith white meCal
v,ertaiaiy, Kid hair curlers
: iorm tue conu.tion of tho nnndj . t T,,n(,,w0o
, at5 certs per dozen. upaneae
-..a aue largely, if not soley, on tne j . t .a v5. 1 aa
, :. -i I napkinb at Fa cents yeA 100.
. ;"U,,1CU 01 tne omach, liver, and j 1 The Ticket.
of the law. Jxo.'A Kimmons,
LO W E
O-l r..jj 1 l .
a?, ,.-?r 5i of which cotoriainte;
MtTiK.a are 'tne soyeieuedt j IJ(lt.Siit.nN Ar.tiea saiye.
ara -n c;rth."
- h : toiegraph line between New
ajiidon, Stanly county, JN 0. and
Fcnoord, X. C. almost beats the
aaal route. A dispatch started at
Fondoh one evening at 3 30
;ot to Concord the next day at 9;30.
Thus you see it takes about eighteen
hours to get a dispatch from New j
iiOndon, A mul, line through the
country might be an improvement.
I The Best Salve in tae worl.F t
. . . TTI ... O . I
Cuh3, Bruiass, oores, ulcers, oan
Fheiim, Fever Soree, Tetterd,Chappe
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is
fu&ranteed to give satisfaction or
To Mi Citizens of Concord.
Ou and after the 20th day of this
month ot August, I will open
out a first-class meat market and
will be glad to serve the public with
their needs in thefresti meat-line.
My place of business will be in the
Hurly store room, first door below
Lowe & Son. Respectfully,
alO lm. J. F. Day vault.
money refunded. Price '5 cents per
box. For sale at P. B. Fetzer's Drug
sadu ma le to order from
r.n p.enia up. Fit guaranteed.
The Racket. 1
SVbea Baby -was sick, we gave her Castor ia.
iThen she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
Wben she had Children, she gave them Castorife
tract adjoining J F Furr lands,
1 .Martain Furr and otherr; and on
which Henry Cnryton eow lives,
; containing VA acre?, ana known as
1 12 home nlace. This tract of land
' will be sold subject to the dower of
I Mrs. John C Starnes wnich has al
! ready been allotted, and consists of
iboul 67 acres-
2nd. Tract known as the Adam
Honeycurt tract adjoinii: Jackson
Honeycutt, the tract above men4
I tioned and others, and contains?
i about 4.G acres, and on which U V
j ilauney now resides
3rd, Tract known as .the Alex
: ander Shoe tract adjoining Nathan
Lambert, Mac Cox and others?, and
contains about 15 acres.
4th. Tract known as the Jonn al
Shoe tract adjoins Jackson Honey
cutt, Thomas Swinson and others,
and contains about 33 acre3-
Terms: One-third cash, one-third
in twelve months and tho remaining
third in two years, the deferred
payments to bear 6 percent interest
from day of sale until paid, but the
purchaser will have the right to an
ticipate them by paying cash if he
desires to do so. Jas. C Gibson, :