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,lHilit Vonvll VunUer.
Washable white silk four in hand
cents. The Racket. d2
ykri M A Montgomery is quite
pr. W. 11. Lilly's.
Twenty-''; ve white envelopes for
,.f3 The Racket. d2
'ill man is not a Democrat, lie
, t:i n:i.)i:ipromising, hot headed
A: ;-: of litifii collars, sizes 12
t at ( 1 cents.
; it-r Weddi'ngton spent Sun-
; i: .it ,.hn old home ni No. 3
veil ;vt tho idea into your
.: Kf!) Tillman h i Demc
all bosh, says an Obv
c.jnfe per pair.
belt buckles 25 cenf:
Whitloek, the lC.-year old
- --f W E Whitlock, of For
, very low with typhoid
Miirrs made to order from
p. Fit guaranteed.
V- V Williams, of the Seaboard
i v;a in the citv vesferda
h hi:? f.imil;
who are visiting Mr
Mr i J Bosnian was in Charlotte
bm it he is gone he prints
; inuu-jing advertisement in this
; i !c T. i n'iid 1 t .
i h? cT. :A force is today destroy
tiic briar atch on Barrage aye-
- change in appearance of
jiiuL is Uj ci it wonderful.
Mr John H Huusucker wa3 inar
:: -d to Miss Ellen Weayer at the
home at For.i&t Hill Sandu ,
J?ev. Simpson officiated.
in the absence ofRev M A Smith,
Rev. J Simpson preuch
'. L Fui.it Hill Methodist church
fun day morning. There were no
'r-rvicea at night,
A lady had the misfortune of
''" ikii.g thre( toes by dropping a
'":.':o?thirg iron upon" her foot. It
'.".':t unown whether she intended
- i ti'u iroij ad a weapon or not.
I'd'A'.v' A F Hileman, of Ca
arrua, b-- woo it is said wants to 1 e
tb Carolina's next Governor,
-orth-bonnd train. Salisbury Her-
Mr. J, A. Kennett, of Lexington,
-Mio succeeded Mr U F Coble as boss
the vve:we room in Mill No. 2 at
-A 'Mdell factories, ha3 arriyed and
'jk charge of the work this rnorn-
Ntrvo.ii debility is a common
'npiu: especially among women.
h-:- bes: uicdical treatment for this
i.aorder is a persistent course of
tjyigorate the blood. This being ac-
. m. . .
'inpiisueu, nature will uo tne rest.
Tii.: Standard delights in nc-
-' the high stand Mr W AEiden
-ur, of St. Johns, has taken in
iie Buaiucss College in Charlotte.
A rcceLt examination puts his
rj.des all above 95, and several as
'igh 03. A Cabarrus boy has
-rot the stuff.
"Canst thou minister to a mind
diseased?" asks Macbeth. Certainly,
Jiy lord; the condition of the mind
depends largely; if not soley, on the
condition of the stomach, liver, and
bowels, for all of which complaints
Oyer's Pills are '"the soyereignest
thing on earth.";
- Another lot of silver belt pins at
Correll'a Jewelry store, at 10 cents
THE HUSH OF HUMANITY.
l-eople Who Travel. ,; sn hj ,
-Uey R U Parker and wife have
returned to the city.
-Mrs. Ben F Aired and children
have returned from Savoury.
Dr. E J Buchanan was down
from Lexington yesterday.
Mr Jaui-sD Heilig, 0f Salis
bury, spent yesterday with friends
in the city.
Messrs R P Benson and Johnnie
Goodman spent Sunday at Miaen -
Miss Hrtttio Cook has returned
from an extended visit to Greens
boro and High Point,
Mr. B F Rogers ha gone to
New York, where he will be engaged
until September 15.
Mr Fred Fuller, the electrician,
wen fc to Ja:uetown this morning to
ao some finish work there.
Masters John B Alexander and
Aubry Hoover left today for Lin
coln ton to spend a week,
Mhss Kstelle Randall, of Salis
bury, is visiting at Mr. George M.
Murr'o on East Depot street.
Misses Nannie Cannon imd
Mabel Tcmlinscn left this morning
for Blowing Rock to spend a week.
Miss Elizabeth Gibson, accom
panied by Miss Louise Neave, arriv
ed in the city today from Salisbury.
Mr. Ilartsell, who is now a
traveling man, was in the city yes
terday, lie is now in South Caro
Una, Lawyers S. J. Durham, of Dal
la?, and W C Maxwell, of Charlotte,
were in the city today on legal buai.
Mr. W V Hornbuckle and fam
ily and Mr Geo Hornbuckle left this
morning for Lynchburg, Va., their
Mis3 Vivian and Kthel Patter
son, of China Grove, arrived m the
city today and are the guests of Miss
Misc Jennie Brown returned
from Charlotte Saturday evening,!
vhere she was visiting her sister,
Mrs. J C McEdchern.
Mr John Hell Sloan, after
spending a week in the city with
his friends and old associates, left
Saturday night for his horns in
Miss Daisy Johnston, who whs
visiting in the city, left this morning
far Lexington where she will spend
sometime before going on to her
home at Jamestown.
Ksuuire C G Montgomery m
turned this morning from Norwood.
Wich him came hi3 sou Master
Charle3, who ha3 been spending
sometime in Montgomery county.
Misac-s Josephine and Pattie
Adams, who have been spending
sometime wTith Mrs V C Houston,
tneir sister, returned to Monroe to
day. Mrs- Houston accompanied
Mr. Walter Scott, of Charlotte,
was in the city yesterday He, as is
his custom, assisted the choir at the
Presbyterian church with the sing
ing and he is always a welcome
Your placket hole will stay closed
if you use our skirt closer, only 10
cents. The Racket.
d 4 ;
Wlien Baby -was sick, we gave her Castoria.
9Then sha was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
Wbua &6 LaJL CiSn, f ive them Caotoria.
"I TOLD YOU SO."
A ;Kiiih11 Child Kuu over-Will the
'um.ion.rN a,f n Nom.thlnffr
et Tomoi row 'Itfht.
Saturday afteruoun a little Misses
Mary and Helen Archey were cros
ing the street at the corner of Depot
auu u-mon streets litt.e Mary was
run over by a bicycle. The streets
were pretty well crowded and the
happening was purely accidental,
but it occurred. Nevertheless, and
accordingly the city funds have been
increased to the tune of $5.35 for as
The wheel was rode by a colored
boy, Love Chambers, who was going
at quite a rapid speed.
The child was not seriously hart,
but in this case it can be said that
she "might have been."
Will the city fathers at their
meeting tomorrow night not do
something to prevent bicycle riding
on the sidewalks ? This is the ques
tion generally asked by men and
women who fear not only for their
own but other children. .
It would be well to consider this
matter before too late.
N vent j- -Three, Yea rs Old-
Esq. V N Mitchell and his wife
spent several days up m Rowan last
week; This good old friend has
just celebrated his 73rd birthday
aad is stronger now and enjoying
better health than for a year. His
daughter, Mrs. Stokes Wilhelm, pre
pared a big dinner for her father
last Saturday and invited about
thirty. One pound caka was nicely
decorated and labeled: "Grandpa
73 years old." Another, given him
by Mm. Jacob W Deal, was handi
3omdy decorated. This good old
man was made to feel extremely
happy and loves to think about it.
Mr Ed Cline is again at his post
in the enclosure at the hardware
store of Yorke, Wad3 worth & Co.
Garah Caldwell will assist the
Thomasyille team against Matthews
at Charlette Thursday. The game
promises to be a good one.
Black silK belts with white metal
buckles at 10 cts. Kid hair curlers
at 5 certs per dozen. "Japanese
napkins at 15 cents yer 100.
d2 The Racket.
K nh Murr says that a tire ran off
his wagon today and that it kept
up with the wagon for several blocks
and that when his wheel broke
down the tire rolled straight to the
bleckarnith ahop before stopping, f
Rey, W F Thorn, of the Fayette,
ville Presbytery, preached Sunday
to the Poplar Tent and Forest Hill
Presbyterian congregations vvith a
view to accept a call to the pastorate
of the two churches. He also
preached at the First Presbyterian
church Sunday night.
If their parents could have seen
the conduct of some little boys at
the Presbyterian church Sunday
night thev certainly would feel
proud of the coming man. It is
hoped that the like will not occur
liHiid FoNted" Notice.
I hereby forbid any parties from
trespassing such as hunting, cut
ting timber, walking or driving,
removing fruit or anything of any
description on my plantation,
known as the Daniel Suther
1 , ,lo in Wn A f f
Anyone violating this notice will
be prosecuted to the fullest extent
of the law. Jxo. A Kimmons.
To the Citizens of Concord.
On and after the 20th day of this
aionth ..of. August, IMwill open
out a first-class meat4' market and
ivill be glad to serve the public with
heir needs in thefresir meat -.line.
My place of busineis .will be in the
Hurly store room, first door below
Lowe & Son, "Reapectf ally,
110 J. Dattjluli,
YOU CAN BUY
LOWE & SON'S.
10 cent percale at 0.
9 cent outing for 5.1 pff'OUR STOCK
Ducks 10 cents.
2400 matches 15 cents.
Nice suspenders 5c.
The best Ladies' Vest for
5c you ever saw.
I dozen pencils with rubber
ends, only 8c.
Ladies' mixed hose 5c.
Gent's cold laundried shirts
with two collars and one pair
cull's for 00c.
Twenty-fiye envelopes 4c.
Table oil clotb PJc per yard.
Mosquito netting 5c.
Fejther pillows ;eoyered
with Tensil, ; suitable j"J for
lounge, 35 cents.
Ten dozen 'caps for baby's
white lace that sold for 40
to 75 cents, that we will sell
now at 15 and 25 cents. Dont
I delay they will not lastijlong.
J We are selling everything
cheaper than ever.
Summer' Goods cut 'to the
quick and if you want tobuy
cheap, go to
just received a lot of
pietty percales for
Shirt Waists. Don't
fail to see them.
of new and Stylish
pnuis just in. liood
a few pieces of Or;
gandie Lawns that
will go at low iigures
want the coolest and
prettiest hot v. father
dress call and our
2-yards wide .vhite
lot ofv Ladies Lfack
Hose to go ot 5fcnts.
Blue Crepoj,, : for
Shirt Waists :iro rlin
correct thing tor Hot
ui uuuies uxiord Ties
in Black and Tans are
the handsomest la the
town. Go, s:iy the
Ladies and our prices
are lower too.
and more Tobneco for
less money thin can
be bought in Con
cord. You that use
iobacco can save
money by seeing us
Morrion, LENI'Z & Co-
.HAMMOND & CO.
Stock &M Bond
180 & 132 Pearl Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Stocks, 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) dwly
I will Bell the following articles
belonging to the town of Concord,
to wit; One Mule, Totrn Uarts and
harness, Plow and ono Champion
Road Machine. Any parson desire
ins to buy any of the above articles
coll on me at onca. By order of
Board L. U. MOURISON,
Juno 11th, 1895- Mayor.
By virtue of authority vested in
me as commissioner by a decree of
the Superior Court, Uip.de in the
caso of Lawsou BlackveUler and
ofehers,plaintms, against N M Starns,
defendant, I will sell at public auc
tion in front of tho court house
door in Concord on Monday, Sept.
2, 1895, to the highest bidder, the
following ral estate of which John
C Stams died seized.
1st. Tract known as th;s Rowland
tract adjoining J F Purr lands,
Martain Furr and others and on
which Henry Crayton now lives,
containing 111 acres, and known as
t"2 home nlace. Thb tract of land
will be sold subject to the dower of
Mrs. John C btarnes waich has al
ready been allotted, and consists of
abou G7 acres-
2nd. Tract known a3 the Adam
Honeycutt tract adjoiniug Jackson
Honeycutt, the tract -above men
tioned and others, and contains
about 46 acres, and on which O V
Mauney now resides.
3rd. Tract known as the Alex'
ander Shoe tract adjoining Nathan
Lambert, Mac Cox and others, and
contains about 15 acreu.
4th. Tract known as the Jonn M
Shoe tract adjoins Jackson Honey
cutt, Thomas Swinsoh'and others,
and contains about 33 acres
- Teems: One -third cash, one-third
intwelve months and the remaining
third in two - years, the deferred
payments to bear 6 percent interest
from day of sa' 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,