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HATCH OF LOCAL NEWS.
HHiuur Pencil Pusher.
0 street lights again last night.
,rurs 'ter matter?
The bogs in Charlotte are haying
wmkes. according to the Obs
I: connection with the graded
3-hool, Prof. R L Keesler has a
Ccta ot music scholars.
r A J Hargetr, aged 55 years,
f3 puralv zed in Monroe Monday
jje of vn hour he was dead.
The thermometer registered 98 on
Sunday, it is said to be the hottest
, C fatnln-r tnr tho loaf 17
Clipper j Rock Spring has been
jcg out an'l is being fixed" up for a
forger supply of water than it has
To Le convinced that cotton is
ygh, you should see the amount
that is ou the pear tree at the Odell
warehouse at Forest Hill,
Mrs. Mack Davis, of Harrisburg,
-.5 la tlae city. She will on to-morrow
begin the study of millinery
under Miss Nannie Alexander.
The Goldesbore Argus has the
bruvery to speak out about im
parities ia its town. With them it
:s the water; such is not the case
Mr, W C White, of Charlotte, is
critically ill with typhoid feyer,
Mrs. Elaai King, of this place, his
sister, is at his bedside assisting in
Boucies, Jacquardo, and in fact
ail the latest novelties in ladies' dress
goods are now in stock at Cannons
Fctzer's. See their advertisement
on local page.
His friends will be glad to know
that Mr, Alfred Litaker, who has
ken quite sick, and who is yet quite
-eeble, is improving. He is now
able to ait up.
The colored baseball team known
m the "Heavy Hitters" have received
challege from-a team at Salisbury,
have asked them to come down
on Monday next.
Mra. Dr. Holden left yesterday
tor ltichGeld, with the yiew of clos--2
our. her millinery business; bhe
spend a few days there with her
iae dust on Depot street is al
aiootstflinrr. Traveling men and
tome folks who necessarily have to
3 to the station are compelled to go
tn::jI3h a brief spell of unpleasant
e bniithdeal hardware company
a SaliaWy is to add another de
Partrcent to its already large busi
u wdi be a line of silverware
an art department to be in the
of Charlie Reisner.
4ir' .ison Walker and his son,
'rnt, 111., have been visiting his
Mr. D Henry White, of No.
Ahey left for Atlanta to take in
' ,fc Exposition. Mr. Walker's father
- a native of this county, years
, &tf ore goi
hOing on a sea voyage on
ie countrv. hp
Ayer'g piUa into your yalise.
fjf kayo occasion to thank us
t.0r"J iJ1It relieve constipa
W ULUca Oyer's Tills, are the
iU me wnrl,l rnr
xuey are aiau
A freight train passed down the
line today. A cattle c,r was among
the long string, and the nn,u
hayssetd bums that hung ia the
j thQ vvalis ainpunt-
ed to eighteen. Jramps were inside,
on top, on the sideband at each end.
All were bound for Atlanta.
The fine black horse of Mr. W 11
Odell came near expiring Monday
night by a severe attack of fhtulent
cohc. Dr. BL Griffin the veteri
nary doctor was sent for and through
his skill the horse's life has bppn
spared. He successfully tapped its
Biue, ana made a neat job of surgery.
One advantage of taking Ayer's
Sarsapanlla to purify the blood is
that you need not infringe upon
your hours of labor nor deny your
self any food that agrees with you.
In a word, you are not compelled to
starve or loaf while taking it. These
recommendations are worth consid
ering. Sheriff Monroe received a card
irem Chief of Police Boger of Con
cord yesterday to look out for two
negroes who had escaped from the
Cabarrus chain gang. The Sheriff
had his deputies on the lookout but
as they had no description of the
negroes they failed to find them.
While shifting cars on the siding
at Cannons factory Monday evening,
a coal car was dumped off the CaldN
well extension down the higjh em
bankment to its right. Before the
car jumped, a colored man who was
on it,making a leap for safety,! ump-
edir time to saye himself from being
buried beneath it.
Marshall Cain, the murderer of
his brother Fillmore, near Advance,
Davie county, has not yet been ar
rested and there is little expecta
tion that he will be. He Jspent the
night after the murder at John
Reavis', in Eagle Mills township,
Iredell county, and it is believed
that he is staying in the vicinity of
his home. Ic is thought by some
that he will sarrender to the ofliceia
at court and fight his case in court
setting up the plea of self de
rence. He is able to employ good
counsel, says the Times.
No More Lhwu Parties.,
It was decided at a recent session
of the board of county commission
ers, that no more lawn parties could
be held on the court house lawn, for
any purpose. This the commission-
ers had a right and we suppose
thought was the proper thing to do.
Now, if this honorable body of gov
ernors would prescribe something to
cure the people from grazing stock
on said lawn, it would make things
appear quite different you know, and
moie in accord. Everything should
feast in green pastures, and there
should be no discrimination.
Neeingr Stars in Daytime.
Fiom Lincolnton the correspon
dent to the Charlotte Observer
writes : "A very strange phenomenon
was observed here on Saturday about
3 o'clock. Not a cloud was seen
and the sun was snining, and the
thermometer registered about 06 in
the coolest place that could be found.
Several little girls were playing
about the back yard, one of whom
exclaimed: 'Oh, look at the stars !'
Your correspondent went to the
ard and looked up. Three beauti
ful stars greeted his eyes, one of
which fell and exploded. In falling
toward the earth it seemed to turn
over. It resembled a burning
balloon in the air.
Ki ual Itignts to all Men."
The Progressive Farmer says edi
"Cleveland w.nts a third term.
Thy iA.c r,:- . ' : lt
is for Lie and at iuid labor,"
THE BUSH OF HUMANITY.
l-eople Who Travel,, as; Seen by ir
Kev. Paul Ban inger, of Lower
Stone, was in the city.
Mr. M L Sherrill went to Salis
bury today on business.
Lawyer A S Heilig, of Salig
bury, was in the city Monday.
Mr, Geoige W Means left today
ftr Cleveland couuty, on revenue
Miss Hester Wilkinson has re
turned from an extended visit to
- -Mrs. J W Cannon and Miss
Laura Wadsworth have gone down
to Misenheimer & Lentz spring for
Mies Nannie Craig, who has
been visiting in the city, left today
for Charlotte, where she will spend
Mr. and Mrs. W L. Bell and
children are spending several days
iu Nos. 3 and 4 townships, among
the scenes of Mr. Bell's boyhood.
Mrs. S V Erwin has gone to
Mooresville to attend the bedside of
her niece, Mrs. Will Freeze, (nee
Miss Addie Boyd) who is very low.
Ilow Duke VniKlerhurc. of Cabarrna,
Kept Ascension Day.
Duke Vanderberg, of Cabarrus
county, says the Charlotte Observer,
is a religious man in his way. He
kept last Ascension Day, so he says,
a day not generally cbseryed b Ca
barrus county farmers. He went
fishing on that day instead of going
to work as usuil. His religious zeal
was rewarded by the capture of an
immense carp, about the biggest
carp eyer caught in the Rocky river.
By means of an old scoop net he
got the fish onto the bank, when
this extraordinary thing happened,
according to Duke, and any man
f?ho keeprj Ascension Day will tell
the truth ; When Duke stooped oyer
and took the fish by the gills he
says "hit-hithit r-rriz on hit's tail
end an' th-ththtbrowed me on m-m-my
bbback an' got away. An'
hit ro-m-m-made rne sodd d-d m
m-m-m-mad that I j-j-j-jest went
b.back homean' ww. worked ldHke
h-h-h-h 1 all day."
IJul He Was liatlly Soured.
A Mr. Perry who lives about ten
miles out on the Mt Pleasant road
met with a right good sized scare
this morning on his way to toivn,
He was in a buggy and was coming
to town on business when he met
two tramps who commanded him to
halt. He hesitated only a moment
and whipped his horse into a gallop.
The tramps did not attempt to fol
low him. Mr. Perry says he will be
ready for them next time. Salis
The School Boartl Resolves.
The graded school board resolves
as follows :
"That six unexcused tardies or
absences in one month should be
followed by suspension."
This is a just warning to parents
and children. Regularity is abso
lutely necessary for success, yet
some parents will allow their chil
dren to remain out on any excuse.
The bridge being built across
Buffalo at Lippard's Mill in No.11,
has had a set back.
On Monday one of the abutments
A house built on sand will surely
fall when the rain comes.
IVben Baby -was sick, vre gave her Castorla.
Alien she was a Child, Bhe cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
Whea she had Children, she gave them Castorla.
LUVVL d bON
We are not offering our en
tire stock of goods for less
than it costs us we don't
want you to think so.
But we want you to know
that we have gone through
our stock and picked out sevs
eral hundred pairs of
the finest goods we carry in
No. 2, 2J, 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 shoes. They will go
anyway at about
Now is the timejto come. They
vr ill not last but a few days.
In the lot will be about 50
No. 6, 6 and 7 thatmust be
moyed. The Shoes will all
on the right whenjyou enter
Come in a hurryjto
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,vhich is alike
economical and ultra fash
ionable. We hove just
gotten in our black and
navy blues bought when
the prices were low can
sell you 75 cent Henrietta
Surah for 50c 46 inches
TIT"! tl f frfn 11
goods 50 inches wide for
7oc Our stock of Black
n v,,., n.. i ,
uicitpuues are me 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 '
ever showu in Concord
Then come and see us and
Our No. 49 narrow Opera
Toe perfect beauty.
Cur No. 71 Needle Square
Toe prettiest seoe on the mar
Our No, 69 Pointed Razor
Toe the most stylish yt.
Our No. 70 Bound Toe &
grand seller, all at low figures,
Our city trade uLeader"
pure Linen Bossom extra
heavy muslin double front
and back, patent continu
ous facings on back and
sleeves, custom cut and
at the low price of 50c.
Morrion, Lentz & Co
THOUGHT OF BUY
IN G A FALL DRESS?
44 inches wide 40 cents
per yard. 36 inch
27 cents, per yard. See
our line of ladies
Crepons, Crovenetts and
Henriettas. Thev are
the lattest. Don't miss
them if you want a black
are simply elegant.
Gannons & Fetsez
m - Dress