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" f- -int! 1 2 are the local trains between
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ikchu l 4 , e Wtween Atlanta and Washine-
mv?i- rind " 3 are the WWngton UijcJ
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.BATCH Of LOCAL NEWS.
t,i( ked ri"a mUii bJM By Om
llimtllair Pencil Fustier.
five persons are now in jail
Buffalo creek is about to ma dry,
Cabirrua Black Boja meet Mon
Mr. Herbert Cook ia ?ut again
after a severe tusale with feyer.
There were several great sells at
the circus in Charlotte yesterday.
Holy eoniuiunion will be admin
istered tomorrow morning at the
'Only a Farmer's Daughter"
Company have gone to Hickery,
Here they play tonight.
An interesting game of baseball
is going on at Forest Hill this after
noon between two scrub teams.
Messrs K V Caldwell and John
Kaukin contemplate a trip to At
lsnta, to leave here about the first of
On Monday, October 14, the
North Carolina Press Association
will leave to take in the Atlanta ex
Fetzer lias closed his soda foun
ain and moved the bench out upon
t the sidewalk. It is not occupied on
account of dust.
On of the Concord delegates to
the circus in Charlstte Friday took
ijick Morie's gospel tent for an upi
:wn ticket wagon.
Scop at I) M Walker's if you want
anything in the grocery and notion
line. Don't forget the place op
posite D C Furr's t Forest Hill. tf.
jir. Jackson Sdfrit is able to be up
and about. He walked from his
home to the mill on Friday. His
Siiwo-i for recovery are now as
sured. A meeting of quarterly confer
ence will be held at Central Metho
dt church torxcrrow. Communion
will hi administered, Rev. J R
h M. Walker pays the highest
market prices for all kind of
country produce, cash or barter.
Dou'r forget the place opposite D C
Farr'a at Forest Hill. tf.
A part of Judge MacRae'a speech
a3 Tociferously applauded by the
ofs at the Silver Convention. It
referring to silver. The Judge
said yesterday: "I copied that ver
batim from the Democratic plat
form." Raleigh Observer.
To give you a faint idea of what
'annenae business the Southern rail
is doing, we will put you to
linking when we tell you that only
tw&nty trains passed here yesterday.
Another switch is badly needed at
,Jr. W p Ashemore, who for sev
tral ek3 has been practicing med
Ici at the Cabarrus mill and the
tend, will return to hia home in
Renville, S. C, on Monday, haying
called there on business. It is
bia intention to locate here per
Gently next spring.
"'or several months, I was
oublea with a persistent humor on
my head hich gave me considerable
Joyunce, until it occurred to me
. trJ Ay er's Hair Vigor. Before
o one bottle, the humor Was
Z -' -T Adam; General tier
t, Tarbeyille, Va,
; . We,lej MaUin, the npffrn whn woe
nwiikm, was put on the chain
apg for 30 days. This action of
the magistrate will pay ,he coun.
P JU and feeding him until court.
Hj child Is uj, m,
trebled with glandular swelling,
infUnied eyes, or sorea on tha bead,
W ho$h a course of Ayer's
raaparilla is needed to expel the
scrofulous humors from the blood.
Toe ooner you begin to ire this
medicine the better.
Mr. D R Ridenhour, a moat ex
cellent young man and a son of Mr.
0 4 Riaenhour, of Copal Grove,
Stanly county, passed through Cons
cord on his way to Pacolet, S. C,
where he will go into the cotton
mill. He goes to learn the business
from bottom to top.
If this city afforded a good opera
house it would be no trouble for a
good troupe to render a performance
with greater effect. Why don't
some 'enterprising moneyed man
build a shew place that would be an
advantage to the town and remove
the disadvantages to a ood snow.
Mr. liinton Faircloth made this
fall seyentytwo gallons of sorghum
from the yield of sugar cane grown
on one-third of an acre. Of course
the soil wan made very fertile. Land
so cultivated would produce on an
ayerage about two hundred and
twenty five gallons to the acre; and
the sorghum at 25 cents per gallon
will pay the farmer about sixty dol
lars. Is it not about as woll to raise
a little sugar cane besides cotton?
I All Free.
Those who ha, e used Dr. King's
New Discovery know its value, and
those who have not, have now the
opport jnity to try it free. Call ou
he advoitised druggist and get a
trial bottle, free. Send your name
and address to II E Bucklen & Co.,
Chicago, and get a eamplo box of
Dr. King's New Life Pills free, as
well as a coey of Guide to Health
and Household Instructor free. All
of which is guaranteed to do you
good and coat you nothing- Fetzer's
A Lighted 3Iutcli ui)d a f ool.
Chicago, 111., Oct. 4. At La
niont yes erday afternoon three men
were eating their dinner in the shade
of a ponder box on section six and
began to smoke. One man thrust a
lighted match in a crack of the box,
and the explosion of sixty pounds of
powder resulted. The men were
blown twenty feet and frightfully
burned. One man, whose back was
a &heet of Ilames, pluuged into a
pool of water. When drawn out
some of the flesh lrom his back res
mained in the water. The ribs of
one other were broken. None of
the men will recoyer.
W.Duke Sons &Co.'
)EAMEfiiC(N TOBACCO C3.
HURMANLN.C. U.S.A. -
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v '.V 'A- '.V -A" 'M I
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
t'eople Who Travel Keen j n
Mr. N F Yorke is home from a
Backman Harkey went up to
Salisbury this afternoon.
Prof P E Wright, of Enoch,
yille, waaiA the city today.
Mr. W G Boshamer rtturiid
from States ville thi morning.
Miss Ella Leniz, Jof 2ft, PJeat
aat ?pent jtsterday with Miu Cor
Mr.'R A Bappenfield will sd
tomorrow in the city from ChmN
Mrs. T S Fisher and Mrs. W G
Cpmpbell returned from Charlotte
Missess Jennie Cook and Van
Dora Pool, of Mt. Pleasant, were in
the city to-day.
Miss Addie Patterson will spend
Sunday in the city from Mont
Mr. W W Morris returned to
the city lajt night from a trip to
Mies Mary Montgomery, hart
ing spent some time in Milton is now
visiting at Reidsville.
Painter Ed Correll returned
from Gaffeny, S. C. last night to
spend Sunday with his family.
Mesdames J W Wadsworth and
A B Reese came over from Charlotte
this morning and are at Mr. D F
Rev an 4 Mrs. M V Sherrill ar
rived to-day from Leiington, on a
yisit to their son, Postmaster J B
Little Miss Julia Gray left to
day for Charlotte, after haying spent
a year with Mr. and Mrs. W G
Boshamer. She is a favorite with
everyone, and will be greatly missed
fit. L. Marsh & Co.,
SEW DRUG SHE !
Concord, N. C.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PER,
FUMEKY AND TOITET
ARTICLES IN IN
"UP TO DATE"
GIVE US A CALL AND GET
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH.
Yours to please,
I. L. Ml S I
Haviner been diiy qualified is k$
ministrator of Jjucinda Suther. da
ceased, all persons holding claims
against said deceased are hereby
notified to present them to th un
dersigned on or before the 234 4a7
of September, 1896Y for paywtot, Ot
this notice will pe plead Wff . tP
their recovery. All person ,bmn
said deceased are hereby notuw to
make promptpayment. . . ;r ; . : t
W. J. Hill; Admiw&tnitQr.
This, Sept- 23, ViV5
of J. O. Witherspooni- aecW
persona uoiaiu, . twww
saaa aeceaaou uvrqwj m
f. them duly imthentii
the undersigned for &ftjxt
. . . nil 1 44 L h .
before tne ttn aay ot
1896, or this notice will be; i?
o lov tn thfiir TAAAKAVVt. : J
persons owin said esUte ere
fled that prompt paymOt fei,etpOt
Ihis, Sept. 5, 189&
LOWE & SON.
WORTH OF DRY GOODS,
SHOES AND CLOTH
T7H1 now be thrown on the market
that will be sold In the next 90 days at
SLAUGHTER OP PRICES
ever heard of in Concord. Our entire
stock was bought through the summer
when prices were, at the lowest point.
Now we are going to give tha Concord
trading people the benefit of this stock at
prices far below all competitors.
We want you to listen and be govern',
ed accordingly to what will happen.
Something that every farmer will have
to buy, Until what we have is all sold,
will go at 3$ cents per yard. They are
worth 5 c. One hundred Di'eces outing.
you will have to buy. We will let what
we have go at 5c. This is the 8 and 10c
The 8 and 10c kind, will go at 7c. ' Nice
styles and new goods.
Have been cut to the quick, 'Tis im
possible for us to make you appreciate
the bargains without seeing the stock.
Our price is below all others.
Will go in endless quantities at 4 and 5c.
These goods have all advanced, and will
cost wholesale what we ask for our stock
but they mnst go.
'Tia out of question, to duplicate our
MEN'S WOOL OVER
We 'will sell a lot of Outing shirts at
10c. Cotton under shirts all at whole
The largest stock of ladies vests, in
town will go at cut price.
Heavy wool trill Flannel will go for
12Jc. These ccoods cost more now by
Bought at the lowest notch ever reached,
will go out now, that will do you good.
Every person in the county knows
that the wholesale price on shoes
has advanced from 25c to 50c pair.
Now heie is where we can do you
the moat good. We have
worth , of Shoea that we bought
when the price struck the bottom.
Everybody will have to buy shoes,
and if cotton has run up to a good
price, it will not bring you so much
cpak,, J)ut what you will feel like,
you want to save as much of lhe
money aa possible. Now we will
nlace you in a position to keep a
good, part Qf your money in your
pocket aad will distribute this
OjatiQthC tihdwiil take advant
of it at prices on lots of stun
gin loer than we sold the same
odh fetf trtnter. If you want to
ewe znoner. you will want to see
lour stock before you buy a single
v1ixs is a. great opportunity for the
buying pub! lie.
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 have just
gotten in bur black and
navy blues bought when
the prices were low can
sell you 75 cent Henrietta
Surah for 50c 46 inches
wide Can sell Vou a Si
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
ever shown in Concord
Then come aod see us and
Our No. 49 narrow Opera
Toe perfect beauty.
Cur No. 71 Needle Square
Toe prettiestjseoe on the mar
Our No, 69 Pointed rRazor
Toe the most stvlish 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.
Gibson & Morrison.
THOUGHT OF BUY
ING 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. They are
the lattest. Don't miss
them if you want a black
are simply elegant.
ic : Dress