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A BATCH OF LOCAL NEWS.
H.isniMii I'encll rusher.
Tee sheriff of Union county is in
. aster George Swiuk, the little
!D cf Mrs. J H Mason, ia alarm
l it1. f.v Jay Sims is on the streets
a week's confinement
Uuldwell is carryin2 his neck
: silk cloth. It is sore throat or
-ore likely a carbuncle.
Hue of children's knee pants
H.it in vO, fib, 40 and oO cents
ver j'air at Cannons & Fetzer's, tf
Mr. 0 1 Cox, son of Rev. George
H Ci'A, of Organ church, left Mons
J;-v fjr Gettysburg Theological
Miss Ad:; Carter, of Forest Hill,
. ; -rv low wilh consumption and
rv liitle hope is is entertained for
'. -r recovery.
just received a full line of sample
Coif caps, worth. 50 cents
yc -j r choice for 25 cmts, at
iioiid i Fetzer's. tf.
Marlon Butler, J C Pritchard,
-j ;:ai:Ui- r and Walter Ft Henry
: be the attractions at a silver
:'.'r Salisbury on the 19th.
'ju. side of iig Cold Water Creek
- btvn cleaned up for milea up
: : i: owi: iho stream. This is done
7 .he water commissioners.
iii:::; Cari it Mehafl'ey has accepted
i position with Cannons & Fetzer.
The corps of lady clerks in this es
tubhshment now numbers four.
I'jJ-E Smith hasfor the past
suffered intensely with an ab-
- n his thumb. He has spent
-.everai sieemesa nisnts m agonies
"iic Commissioners of Davidson
"!u:y don't wlc io pay the costs
c .aemwelliPayne trial. They
retained Lee S Overman to look
".to the matter.
hey. 0 A White will leave this
1 ;iav ) evening for his pastorate
near Fayetteville, after having
ytLi teveral weeks yisiting in the
eutry, his natiyo heath.
1 ne Salisbury World says : Mr. W
vJ ioyu returned to Concord Satur-
Bovd has been
w iping divide up the estate of the
-' t Mr. L S K rider, near Z b.
F-!i Canady and Charles Johnston,
of the many gay young negroes
::-e festival Saturday plead guilty
'o the charges against them last
-- ct and forked over the sum of $5
Miacs Francis Lippard, of this
'"il had accepted a position in Mont
: .:a Seminary at Mount Pleas
Jt, uo assistant music teacher. She
fc.-uuoutto Mt. Pleasant Monday
Mr. E C Beach, who is to super
-tcnil the G W Patterson cotton
'"ills, arrived in the city Monday
afternoon from Chester, S. 0. He
eame from Chester on horseback, a
-stance of about sixty miles.
wmcu is worse, imprisonment fori
,;ie or a life-long disease, like scro
fula, for example? The former
tainly, would be preferable were
lt IJt that Ayer's Sarsaparilla can
-1 ' - -. rescue 2- 1 .,' -'
'-i'Oor surf-rer health, strength,
0tcr irjuia a mth can't play
baseball witti ag grf.at iucCMg M he
can shoot cranes. He brought to
town this afternoon a lare one, of
the bluish variety, aa a result ofja
half day's sport with his gun.
Miss Maud Brown, of Concord,
who is well knon and has many
friends here, is visiting Miss Beulah
Bernhardt. Miss Bron is under
the treatment of Dr. John White
head, for chronic malarial, and we
trust that she will be permanently
benefitted. Evening World.
A hacking cough keeps the bron
chial tubes in a state of constant ir
ritation, which, it not speedily re
moved, may lead to chronic bron
chitis. No prompter remedy can be
found than Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Its effect is immediate and the re
Thejegular meeting of the town
fathers takes place tonight. Jusi
what will come up for their con
sideration is not known, but it may
be that there will be complaint? in
regard to the sanitary condition of
the whole town. Something should
Thk Standard saw two preachera
of the same denomination standing
for one hour, or more, on the streets.
Why so much difference ': The
scene reminded us of the picture
"Before and After Taking." Does
one "i-hake" before using and the
A -Salisbury paper tells of a na
live Cabarrus' boy and what is
told dhows he has nerve and other
things : "Mr. W A Fries has the
contract Lo build twenty-five houses
for the new fac-ory in Greensboro.
He will leaye with a squad of hands
in a few days for that place.
The Standard had a call from a
gentleman', who reminds one of the
days when the Charlotte Observer
was called Cnariotte Chronicle and
iloated bv Messrs Dowd and St.
Clair. The personage was none
other than the old foremaa he
wore richlv-hued auburn side whis
A bundle of dress goods was found
near Cold Water Baptist church,
The goods were tied in a copy of the
Weekly Standard bearing the name
ot E H Howell and from this we
judge it for some one in the neigh
borhood of Flowes. The owner can
get same by calling in and yanking
out SiO Cents for this ad.
Mr. and Mrs. D B Coltrane and
the small children left this (Tues
day) morning for a visit to friends
and relatiyes in Carroliton, Ky.
Their m3ny friends wish them a de
lightful trip, and hope that Mr. Col
trane's rest will be to him just what
he hopes it to result in. They will
be gone -ome two weeks or more.
The following ne vs comes from
the Charlotte Observer's correspond
ent at W&deaboro : Sunday after
noon, just before twilight, Mr. J
Henry Lockhart dropped dead. His
wife had been out of the house only
a short while, when on her return
she found him on the floor dead and
cold. He was evidently reading his
Bible when the summons came, as it
was found on the tbor between his
feet. A doctor wa3 sent for imme
diately, but he could only tell the
bereaved family that the deceased
died from a stroke of apoplexy. Mr.
Lockhart was a brother to Congress
man Lockhart. He leaves a wife
and two very small children.
VTben Baby was sick, vre gave her Castorla.
jVhea was a Chili, she criM foe Casioria.
XLc-n -r.e V c-i.t Mi-:, U ol'in-to Cflstoria.
THE KUSH OF HUMANITY.
PeopU Wko Tr at1, .( hj Uur
Mailer. Lindaay Rosa ia home
Drummer G S Setzer, of Dur.
ham, was here today.
Mr. Philas L Lane, of Char
lotte, spent the day in the city.
Mrs. H A Brown has gone to
Salisbury to spend several days.
Mrs. W L Bell and children re
turned last night from Charlotte.
Mr. John C Correll arriyed
home this morning from Albemarle.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cannon left
today for their home at Spartan
burg, S. C.
Mr. J S King, a representative
of Greenshoro spent Monday night
in the city.
Messrs J C Wadsworth and W
A Caldwell are in Charlotte this
Mrs. Joe INleisler, of Rock Hill,
S. C, is visiting at Mr, M E Cas
tor's, on West Depot street.
Mi. M L Marsh, of Monroe,
who is to open a drug stoie in Con
cord, arrived this morning.
Miss Lizzie Thompson, of Lex
ington, is visiting Miss Claude
Fisher, on North Main street.
Mrs. C T Trice and children,
who were yisiting in the city for
several days, left this morning for
Lexington, their home.
Miss Lula Jones, who was on a
visit to her sister, Mrs. M A Smith,
at Forest Hill, returned this morn
ing to her home at Carey.
Miss Lou King arrived in the
city last night from Winston. She
vill spend seyeral days here before
going to her home in Mecklenburg,
Mr. and Mrs. Dayid Hunnicut,
of Mecklenburg county, spent Mon
day night in the city. Their daughter,
Miss Lora Hunnicut, whe has been
visiting in the city accompanied
! them home.
Fodder pulling will soon be on
hand, and making molasses also.
We hear today that Mr. Calvin
Basinger's leg; will be amputated
thisweek, perhaps Tuesday. This is
the man that was bitten by a spider.
Mr. T J Sell is doing a big busi ¬
ness in Hickory timber which he is
shipping to High Point factory.
'Possum time will soon be here
but we fear we will not be so fortu
nate a3 to get plenty big fat ones as
they are few and far apart. But
sweet potatoes will be plentiful.
Mrs. Will Bringle, of Woodside,
was visiting at her father's, Mr. D H
Ridenhour's, at Copal Grove, Satur
Bethel Academy under the super
vision of Rev. C C Lyerly is doing
Gladstone Academy has been some
what short this week; the free school
stopped last week, aad now it ia pay
as you go; hope the school will do
well; it is needed badly. Logan.
Seyeral hundred bushels winter
turf oats at 40 cents at granery or
45 cents with sack and delivered at
China Groye. J. M. Harrison,
Mill Bridge, N. C, Sept. 9th, '95.
Chichester's Eacllth Dfmnd Braad.
Original and Only ttenulne.
safe, Always reliable, ladic ul
Drnffrial fcr CkirJk&ster'l Enalith Did-
lJpJboxes, sealed with Woe ribbon. Take
tintruf RrnnJ in 11 oA and Gold DeUlliO
11 i ... ... i;n...nili arwlllldll.
in stampt for particulars, testimonials and
tj " KUer for Ladles," m uj tom
r mail. 1U,VVV I esnnn"- -i"" r- .
'Cnlcheafer Ckemleal Co.,Madlon Square,
ocal Drusrttu. Fallal., Pa.
Ii4 b ail Local Drusrifta.
LOWE & SON.
There is -no way whereby
we can expect to secure your
trade this Fall unless we
make our prices attractive.
This we are going to do, We
were so fortunate as to till our
house with all the lattest
3 H O
suitable for fall, and winter
wear before the price ad
vanced, and we are going to
give our customers the entire
benefit of the purchase. Our
special sale of
v w c v. fa i ? a
on last Saturday at 5 cents per
yard was a good card for us.
It was a big loss for us, but
then our trade got the benefit
of it and that is all we care
for. JTis not otten that you
can buy as handsome stuff at
5 cents as you did from us.
D ! M IT I ES
worth from 12b to 20 cents
per yaad went out in endless
quantities at 5 cents, We
hope the people who got
these goods will appreciate j
But now it leaves'us with a
nice clean new store to show
you this fall some of the
handsomest stuff to be seen
will be shown rightbere.
LOWE & SON.
; If the fashion plates are
to be believed, will wear
black, and there never
was such a demand for
BLACK DRESS GOODS
to the exclusion of all col
ored fabrics. Nothing
adds more to the beauty
and dignity of a woman'
appearance than a fine
black gown, which is alike
economical and ultra fash
ionable. We live just
gotten in our black and
navy blues bought when
the prices were low can
sell you 75 cent Henrietta.
Surah for 50c 40 inches
wide Can sell you a $1
goods 50 inches wide for
75c. Our stock of Black
Creapones are the latest
production. We ask all
Ladies to see our dress
goods before buying else
where. Do you want to see the
prettiest line of
LADIE'S SHOES 1
ever shown in Concord
Then come and see us and
Our No. 49 narrow Opera
Toe perfect beauty.
Our No. 71 Needle Square
Toe prettiest seoe on the mar
Our No, 69 Pointed Razor
Toe the most stylish yt.
Our No, 70 Round Toe a
grand seller, all at low figures.
Our city trade "Leader,?
pure Linen Bossom extra
heavy muslin double front
and back, patent continu
ous facings on back and
sleeyes, custom cut and
at the low price of 50c.
MorrioNj Lentz v. Co
Bought Before the
Advance in Price.
Beautiful, dark Crepons as
changable and as Pretty as
silk only 12 Jcents, worth 15
NEW FALL SHADES
inHIenriettas 40 inches wide
lonly 25 cents per yard.
ALL WOOL SEIiGE
86 inches wide, 27 cents worth
PRETTY FALL STI LES
in Percales only 10 cents.
ALL WOOL (fine Merino)
French Flannel for Ladies
Dressing Saeqmes only 50
cents per yard.
See our Croyenette abson
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