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i i an I Putin S!ih iiy Mir
lhlMli IVnHI Pusher.
j.);r or eye-g a-js.s witn
j in i hi -ck en., ive ward
rvtui n jo this office. a3
-ra:-':1H,ljts Hre e'u& perfected
irvn party at Forec Hill on
uv niuht next, under tie
....pVvrf of the ladies of the Metno
,Mr Kobert Dove left Thursday
-ht for Baltimore, where he will
iLitu-r treatment by a special phj
a peculiar trouoie puz-
Mr, HeilhuB auther, a native
boy and son of the late
.;,'. A Cuther, now of near Trout
't. Iredell county, was in the
v sn.ikiog hands with friends of
',:vt-;-:d boyhood days.
It: all probability, tomorrow's
;au:e between Forest Hill and Con
rJ, will wind up the baseball sea
cor. f "r this year, A good game is
.21 ecttd by many and eyerybody is
.ir; rited to witness it.
M.-.- Fannie Strieker, a most
i.L.ibie young lady of this city,
,. , fcvi'. to Forest City, where she
k a .pted a position as instruct
in a music school. Forest City
!- fort'.: ante to secure one so com-
J- u umber of youjg ladies and
gentlemen picnicked at Glasses
Inursday night. "The ride was
.'rightful," says one, "but the duat
almost stilling." The excur--ijn
went and returned without ao
IKiring the absence of Miss Wii
.Mr. Bryant, a recent graduate
of the University, is localizing for
the Charlotte Observer. His first
experience, in a new work and
among scrangers, is a succesj. lie
nui a nose for news.
A dose of Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral
iken in time has prevented many a
5t of sickness and eaved numerous
vci. This prove3 the necessity of
keeping this incomparable medicine
where it can be readily reached at
all hours of the day and night.
A preial to the Charlotte Ob
Irom Morven, Anson county,
!ya that the first bale of new cot
ton was sold at that place yesterday
.Thursday) by Steve West. The
was purchased by J M Hardi-
ho paid eight cents for it.
1'ce Salisbury correspondent of
Charlotte Obseryer says: "The
'lighters of the King gave the
; ;Mren an exhibit ofj curiositiep,
''-' in tho chapter hcuse tonight,
--'he cariosities exhibited were loan
thtui by Kev. Dr- Davis, of Con-
Fred Miller, a colored boy of the
u. was employed by Mr. Castor
' do some work, and on going
-i-h the shop to the rear end,
boy's attention was attracted by
cthicg in the lot, and not lopk
where he was stepping fell to
ground from the door, a distance
-f ? or 8 feet. His armwas full of
i ruber at the time, but the boy was
y. seriously hurt.
it is said that soon after the
'irJjptneetinsr was established at
- bjuBaut Grove there was a staid,
! ;j vjring old man in the neigh
'r hood who considered it an uu-
'louable sin almost for the men
i: vomen to sit together during
f : vices. Therefore he built a high
'.:uon running lengthwise of the
: ;,'ir to separate the sexes. The
'hht nfter the partition wa3 finished
j one, or ones, tarred and feath
t well. The next day the par
; :--ULl us torn down and ha3 never
' f;rU erected since. Monroe En-
An Vnforf unale Youth.
1 I. -i ., "TTinwrmr Miinjnwr Mrwi -n
Carlos Dollar, the
uaa nuu sometime ago suffered
the loss o the sight of one eye and
was taken to the county home, was
today (Friday) transferred to Chari
lotte, where a skilled optician will
take the case. The fi,ght of the
b st eye is badly impaired by corneal
ulcer and opacity of crystallized
lenz, and upon advice of I)r, L M
Archey, the county physician, the
boy was moved. Srmrmrh,
friends contributed quite liberally
to defray the expenses of the little
fellow, who, if not aided in time,
will be entirely blind. The child is
about 13 years of age, and his peo
ple live on Forest Hill.
Mrs. M L Moore accompanied the
boy to Charlotte and will see him
safely in the hands, of friends
Old people who require medicine
to reculato the bowels and kidneys
will find the true remedy in Electric
Bittera. This medicine does not
stimulate and contains no whiskey
nor other intoxicat, but acts as a
tonic and alterative. It acts mildly
on the stomach and bowls, adding
strength and giving tone to the or
gans, thereby aiding Nature in the
performance of the functions. Elec
ric Bitters is an excellent appetizer
and aids digestion. Old People and
it just exactly what they need. Price
fisty cents per bottle at Fetzer's
To the Citizens of I'oimoimI.
On and after the 20th day of this
month or August, I w ill open
out a first-class meat market and
will be glad to serve the public with
their needs in the fresh meat line.
My place of business will be in the
McNinch store room, first door
above marble yard on West Depot
alO lm. J. F. Dayvault,
A runner CoiuiiiitH Nuicide.
Clinton. Mo.. Aug. 29. Joe Line
hoss, a farmer from Blair town, Mo.,
committed suicide heie yto-day by
taking arsenic. He was arrested
yesterday by Deputy Constable N.
L. Green and placed in jail, charged
with forging a $21 uoto anddeposit
ing it as collateral for a loan with
the Blairtown Bank. He formerly
lived at Ladue.Mo., and bore a
IIiM-klf ii'n ArniCH Salve,
The Best Salve in tke world for
Cuts, Bruises, bores, Ulcers, bait
P.heum, Fever Sores, Tetterd Chappe
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay requi-ed. It is
guaranteed to give statisfaction or
monev refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale at P B Fetzer'a Drug
tVlien Baby was sick, -we gave her Castori.
alien she wa3 a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, Bhe clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
No appetite ? Then do not try to
force fool down; but use the most
scientific means for restoring tone to
the stomach. How? Why, by tak
ing Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and in a sur
prisingly short time, your apuetite
will come again, and come to' stay.
Miss Marshall haymg taught so
successfully for the past two years
in Concord, will again open her
school, Monday Sept. 2nd, in the
same building. She endeavors to
meet the demands of a school com
bining thorough mental work with
the best Physical and Moral develop
ments. Terms $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00
per month. a31.
House For ale.
Thaf fivp-rnnm house on East
Dpnot street, now occupied by Mrs.
J F Willeford, is for sale. Interested
parties will call on Dr. L M Archey
for terms and other desired informa-
tion. -Tnm "Tt i
j26 lm. (Mrs ) Ann Fink.
THft HUSH UF HCTMANITY.
m HH Kfep bjr our
Sheriff Sims is visiting in Char
Miss Lizzie Boat is visiting at
Mr. j W Cannon's,
Miss Daisy Faggart ia visiting
ner sister, Mrs. K L Dove.
Mr. C G Heihg, of Mt. Pleas
ant, spent the day in the city.
Prof. xI A Boe:er, of North
Carolina o1ge, spent the day here.
ixev. j Ki vvertz and little son
spent Thursday afternoon in the
Miss Lizzie Eddleman, of No.
4 township, is visiting Miss Myrtie
Dr. C C Wilson and little
daughter have returned to Harris
Mr. W H Branson, of Durham,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W K
Messrs. Harrison Wilson and J
B Douglass were overfrorn Charlotte
Prof. R L Keesler and nephew,
Master Jerry Hall, returned from
Dr. Richmond Harding and
family returned to Davidson today,
after several days in the city.
Miss Mattie Lindsay, of Mat
thews, is visiting her cousin, Miss
Gertrude Caldwell, on Spring street.
Capt. Robert E Cockrane, aud
wife, of Charlotte, spent the day in
the city with Mrs. SEW Pharr,
Mr. Cochraue's sister.
Misses Selene and Annie Parks
Hutchinson, who have been spend
ing a week at Capt. J M OdelPs, re
turned to Charlotte, their home,
Mrs. Paul, mother of C E StraU
tord, with two children, Miss Sophia
and Master Will, hare made this city
their home, having moved here irom
cotton states and iRteaiational Exposition
Stpiember 18 December 3f,
Tot the above occasion the Southern Railway
Co. -will sell low-rato round-trip tickets to
ATLANTA, GA., and return on the following-
Asheville, N. C
1 9.40' 5.75
Burlington, N. C il8.70 13.70
Chatham, Vh. ........ . -
Cliarlottogriiic, va... .an.w .....
Chapel Hill, N. C 20.40 15.00 ... ..!l0.3i;
Coueord, N.-C H.20, 10.40,
nhiirlnftp. N.; JiJ.lO . . ! y.W...
Durham, N. C...
Front Koyal, Va
(Ireensboro, N. C
20.40 lo.OO 10.45
. 121.7515.95 11.60...
Hendersouville, IS. C.
11.70 8.60; &.A
Hickory. N. C
Hitfh Point, N. C
Hoc Springs, N. C ....
15.IJ0' 111.25 7.25
16.95. 13.45 -40
Henderson, XM. c
Lexington, N. O
Marion, N. C
Newton, N. O
Oxford, N. C
Keidsville. N. C
Kalcitrh, N. C
South Hoston, Va
Salisbury, N. '
States ville, N. C
Taylorsville, N. C ....
Try on, N. C
Washington, D. C ....
West Point, Vh
Wan enton, Va
Wilkesboro, N. C...
Wmstou-Salem, N. C
20.40 15.00 '10.45
16.05: ill. 80, 8.05
i5.:tfV in.25l 7.25
14.85 10.90; 7.10
15.5JO' ...... 11.25 7.25
34.55 1. 00
120.40 15 00
123.25 17. 05
18. 8o 13.80
i20.40 15.00 10.45 ....
21 .55 15.H0 ,10.80.
!2H.2519.25; '14.00 .
15.:;0 11.25 7.25
15.30 11 .25' 7.25
1H. 35' 12.00 8.15
10.75 1 7.85 4.90
20.2519.25 14.00 ..
23.05 17.35! 12.60..
26.25 19.25, 14.00..
(States from intermediate pointBin proportion.)
PnhimTi A Tickets will bo sold September 5
fnd 12, and dail v from September 15 to Decem
ber 15, 1895, inclusive, with final limit January
'Column D: Tickets will be sold daily from
September 16 to December 15, 1895, inclusive,
with final limit twenty (20) days from date or
Column C: Tickets will be sold daily from
September 15 to December 30, 1895, inclusive,
with final limit fifteen (15) day& from date or
sale. No ticket to bear longer limit than Janu
ary 7, 1896.
Column D : Tickets will be sold on Tuesdays
and Thursdays of each week from September
17 until Dc-'cember 21, 1S95, inclusive, with final
limit ten U0) days from date of sale. ;
Column E: Tickets will be sold daily from
September 15 to December 30, 1895. inclusive,
with final limit seven (7) days from date of sale.
Is the only line entering the Exposition
Grounds, having a double-track, gtanaara
guage railway from the center of the city ot
Atlanta to the Exposition Grounds.
For ticketa and full information apply to
your nearest aff ent, or address
J, M.CULP, W. A. TURK,
Traffic Manager, Gen'l Pass. Aft
1300 Penno. Ave., Wasliinjrton, D. U
WE ARE GOING TO
ANCE OF OUR
THESE GOODS SOLDSFOR
12 1-2 jtoslSc,
NOTHING RESKRVED FOR
just received a lot of
pietty percales for
Shirt Waists. Don't
fail to see them.
of new and Stylish
prints just in. Good
a few )iecs 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 Eiack
Hose to go ot 5 cents.
Blue Crepons for
Shirt Waists are the
correct thing for Hot
of Ladies Oxford Ties
in Black and Tans are
the handsomest in the
town. Go, sav the
Ladies and our prices
are lower too.
and more Tobacco 4for
less money than can
be bought in Con- f
cord. You that use
iobacco can save
money by eemg us
Mormon, Lentz & Co
Bought Before the
Advance in Price,
HjBeautiful, dark Crepons aa
changable and as Pretty as
silk only 12 cents, worth 15
NEW FALL SHADES
inJHenriettas 40 inches wide
only 25 cents per yard.
ALL WOOL S ERG It
80 inches wide, 27 cents wortb
PRETTY FALL STILES
in"- Percales only 10 cents,
ALL WOOL (tine Merino)
French Flannel for Ladies
Dressing Saeqmes only 50
cents per yard.
See our Croyenette abson
lutely STRAIN PROOF 5G