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M x.iiuiu' Cannon 13 110 better
Tv -ilrhonh there is no change
f ; lv)- ut-utliLT 13 almost as un
...i. v it6 i6 the sauitarv coudi-
v, 1; KO'ibson 13 haying xten
: liiii'le ou hia resi
. rJ t rojuirtj on Mam street.
J li Thonr.vel, who 1m.
;.. -;of fr; .;iid here, is critically ill
jth;, h-: :it Fort Mill?, S. C,
A scuiahle will be given toaight
,t tl hoitit of Miss Dcrta .
.. ,w:-n j ie a number of ue
. -I : artieipate.
j !:;.;-;..-y Dtirto.M, v.-ho for the rust
.vks w.-:s usai:ting at .he
: Y-f ! u;s ofibt1 with the '::
released. He went lo
, ": Xe, I.
L.v Loi lull team at Trinity
'-v.. oat practicing Tuesday
.-.I'M. .); w;mi Thad Troy received
iiul iV.ii and sprained ins left
- ! );rh;im kuu.
A V MeXinch is at Misen
::ii,zi'i rprmgs and is rapidly im-r-roML.-;.
j I id recent illness pulled
uowi. considerably, but we art
: n'-t- the change for the bjU
-1 . a has been sent to
lj a te-iin from town for a
J - h.ill to take place at the
on Saturday evening.
It is hoped that the challenge will
'I tec- ptei.
N 'J'V is tii-1 t i tti e to grasp the ops
p-riu 1; 1 ty of a life time in selecting
ourdrics ircoaa for fall and winter,
--j.: u i-Vzer, in their adver
i:eUictit of to-day, tt 11 of what you
(ci fiii J where to obtain it.
I'liiiuosd transaction is about to
place in which one of our lead--gSrms
is myolyed. We are not
-thu-rty to say much concerning
b-t will state that the deal will
v;uriva,t improvement and addis
:' :'J - business of the citv.
J --rt i' nothing to preyed anyone
"'--t.uw .. mixture and calling it
'sapunlla' and there is nothing
pve.it anyone spending ood
uov testing- the stuff; but prudent
people, who wish to be sure of their
tmsiy, take only Ayer's Sarsapa
ril!a,arid so get cured.
Misenheimer has return-
10 vnah, Ga., to resume his
position as freight conductor on the
ral IUilrod of Georgia. He is
iri George Misenheimer,
- 5 township, and several
f!ontaa afcr was hurt in a wreck cn
3iS rod near Savannah.
.vtAy',r's lw Vigor tones up the
airroots, stimulates the vesN
tisauea which supply the
nutrition, strergthens the
ltself) aad adds the oil which
the ahafts soft, lustrous, and
tOlltt tirorarafinn in tViP
',1,vHulist free silver rally at
Caba Ul t0a cauat a number of
I ,JrU3 peoPle, although enthu
nl0w J lUe occasion has been at
mf the8e Parts- Henr
blithe d and Guthrie were
hi a m don't you know they
$ejr, .1 e' ne Cabarrus moguls
WAS NOT liBLIUIOUB,
j ltraiily still.
j In conversation with a Standard
jrepor . r a good farmer of the coun
jty told singular experience he had
while distilling brandy last week.
A dam had been built on the branch
und a piece of pipit)g mt dowu tQ
conduct the water in the still house,
where it emptied into a barrel. From
the barrel the water ran into a cooling
tub, iu which the hot brandy had
been placed. The farmer, who
doubtless had been tasting of his de
licious make, taw to his intense bor
row a snake floating around in the
water. He was not positive that his
eyes did not fool him, and called in
a friend 10 assist iu examining his
discovery and, upon investigation,
found it to be an eel that had run
down from the pond which measured
abou : IS inches.
riiKiuo ;iu( l the IIukI Wheel.
There came near being a terrible
accident at the depot today, when
the local freight was coming in from
Cn.jrlotte. There is a line of cars
on either side the crossing, on the
side track, which cuts from view a
tram un the main line coming or
L;oing. Mr. Garah Caldwell was the
only one cn the express wagon and
diu not notice the incoming train
until "o.d Dutchman" was on the
line .i?id the freight only a few
yards oil. Just as the hind
wheels of the wagon were going
over the track, the engine rolled up
against them and stopped. Had it
not been that the train was a light
one and running very slow, another
horrible accident would have been to
chronicle. Mr. Caldwell jumped
from the wagon, and in doing so,
ciugiit hia foot in the shafts, throw
ing him under the wagon, which
passed over his legs skinning them
up pretty badly.
Do Voit Waul Hither?
The following articles'are offered
for sitfe privately and reasonably :
One pool table, balls and cues ; one
bagatelle table, one cook stove, one
gra'.e, two parlor stovea'auda dining
table. For further particulars call
at this oftiice. &2tf
"iVhcn T.aby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
.Mien she was a ChilJ. fclie cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
Wljen she ha J Children, she gave them Castoria.
George Tillman presented an or-
dinance to the constitutional con
vention at Columbia, on Wednesday,
providing for the re-establishment
of the whipping post system of pun
ishment for certain crimes,
Mr. W A Smith was the happy
recipient of a crate of large apples,
each of which will on an average
weigh 11 ounces, from his sonin
law, Dr. II N Wells, at Clyde, N. 0.
The fruit was gathered from the
dontor's farm oa Pigeon river. We
thank Mr, Smith for the sample
The Charlotte Observer compos
ing force prints the following chal
lenge to the "broken down sports"
of that city for a game of baseball,
the proceeds of which go to the
Alexander Rescue Hone. It reads:
"We, the compositora of the Ob3ery
er, hereby challenge you to play a
game of baseball at Latta Park,
Tuesday, Ootobor 1st; said game to
be called at 3;30 p. m., and continue
as long as the police will allow.
Everything goes, pave the umpire's
decision, which shall be a secondary
consideration; cateh-as-catch-can go
as vo:i idoise rules to .govern said
game; dog falls
THE HUSH OF HUMANITY.
People Who Travel., ; seen by Our
Mr. P M.Morris spent yrsterday
Mr. A J Peed, of Baltimore, is
il the city for a few days.
Mr. John Fisher, of Salisbury,
8pent last night iu the city.
Mr. Henry T Utley is down on
visit to his old home from Salisbury,
Misses Essie and Bessie Fisher,
of the Mill Bridge section, -pent to
day in the city.
Master. Luther Brown has re
turned to school at Salem, Va. He
lett this morning.
Mrs. D B Morrison and chil
dren have returned from a week's
visit to the country.
Mr. R L Keesler returned to
day from Misenheimer's springs,
where he spent several pleasant
Mr. Dennis Hall left today for
Spartanburg, S. 0., where he will do
some finish work for Capt, A H
Mrs. R Victor Blackwelder and
little children left last night for
Chattanooga, Tenu., to visit Mr3. II
L Groner, Mrs. Blackweider's
Mr. Ed. II Hall arrived home
last night after spending tiye months
on the road with the McCormack
Reaper and Binder company. He is
Max Weissner and Fritz Meyer,
the two Germaus who are making a
tour around the wold on foot for a
wager offered 6y the New York
News, the trip to be made in 780
days, struck town this (Thursday)
morning at 11:55, having drilled in
from Salisbury in live hours. They
are healthy looking men and
are native Germans, but haye
been citizens of America for
the past two years. They
wended their wayfiom here Char
lotteward, and are due in San Fran
cisco, via Atlanta, San Antonio and
Los Angeles, by Jauuary 1, 1895.
They give song and dance perform
auces and take up collections as a
means to defray expenses.
JIIhs Carter Dead.
Miss Ada Carter, who ha3 been a
long and patient sufferer, died of
consumption Wednesday afternoon
at 2 o'clock. She was about 35
years of age, and was a member of
Forest Hill Methodist church,
South. The funeral services were
conducted from the house this
(Thursday; afternoon by Rey. M A
Smith, her pastor. The interment
was at the cemetery.
51111 No. 2 Flooded.
Sometime during Wednesday
night a leak was sprung in the water
pipe that conducts the water from
the tank on top of Mill No 2, of
the Odell Mills, through the im
mense structure, and flooded the top
floor of the above said mill. The
room is filled with spinning frames,
but no damage was done except
everything on which the water fell
got weft The large tank was re
lieved of all its contents.
Hall Still ItfigiiiX.
The unfortunate man Hall who
became deranged Sunday night and
who wa3 Wednesday afternoon con
fined to jail for safety, is still rag
ing. His case is pronounced acute
mania. While the husband is in
this sad plight lec not the charitable
citizens of Concord neglect their
duty in seeing to the needs of the
poor wife, who is the mother of sev
eral little children, left in a helpless
condition and of very poor circum
stances, having been dependent upon
the man's daily earnings for subaia
LOWE & SON
We are not oilering our en
tire stock of - goods for less
than it costs us we don't
want you co think so.
- But we want you to know
that we have gone through
our stock and picked out sevs
eral-'hundred pairs of .
the iiuest goods'wecarry iu
No. 2, 2i, 3, 3 and; 4, that
we waht to get out of our
You may know this means
prices are not what we are
looking for today, but we
want you to have a pair of
these slices. They will go
anyway at about
Now is the time to come. They
will not last but a few days.
In the lot will be about 50
No. 0, 6 and 7 that must be
moyed. The Shoes will all
on the right yvvhen fjyou enter
Come in a hurry to
LOWE &: SON."
If the fashion plates are
to be believed, will wear
black, and tliere 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 hnve just
gotten in our black 'and
navy blues bought when
the prices were low can
sell you 75 cent Henrietta
Surah for 50c 4G 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 belore buying else
where. Do you want to see the
prettiest line of
ever shown in Concord
Then come and see us and
Our No. 49 narrow Opera
Toe perfect beauty.
Our No. 71 Needle Square
Toe nrettie3l seoe on the mar
Our No, 00 Pointed Razor
Toe the most stvlish vt.
Our No, 70 -Hound ioe 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
sleeves, custom cut and
at the low nric nf 50n
MORMON, LENTZ to
weeks as dine
that you can
not afford to
forf40 cents and theu'a
good one for f0 cents,
for the next priee will
surprise , you 75 cents
and the next only 81.00.
See our o Sheeting
only 14C. Yard.
plids only 4c.
Call and see
Camions & UTetze?