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CONCORD, N. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1895.
WnonE NO. 1,S2
- ; -t In Sterling and
V -V TABLES AND
. r'.vo o'clock tea ket
, m hes nml Jewelry.
tA .-i e us and we will
; the nio;t complete
: ' jroods that have
i j u ried in Concord,
; ;:! OllCap.
G :cokd, N. C.
I P, Co:.TKANE;
One of the happiest occasions of
the season was the marriage at 3
o'clock p. m., October 13th, of Mr.
Samuel Garland Daniel, a prominent
young lawyer of Littleton, ft. C,
and Miss Lizzie Boat, the lovely and
accomplished daughter of Mr. Martin
L Bo3t. at Boat's Mill, in this
The bride wore a handsome travel
ing gown of dark green cloth, and
carried a handsome bouquet of!
bride'sj roses, "and maiden fern3.
Miss Annie Bost, sister of the bride,
was maid of honor and Mr. Ivery
Allen, of Thomasville, N. C , acted as
After the ceremony which was
beautifully performed by Dr
Junius Bosc Fox, the guesfs repaired
to the dinning room where a beauti
ful luncheon was served and enjoyed
by a number of invited friends.
The bridal party arrived at the
residence of Mr. J W Cannon at 8
o'clock; and after spending a pleas
abt evening, accompanied to the
station the bride and groom left on
the Southbound train,
Best wishes and congratulations
follow the happy couple to their
Signs That Her Ilnsbanrt Was Failing
"I am afraid you are not as strong
as you used to be, John," said a fond
wife to her husbaud. "I think it
was time you were getting some in
surance on your life,"
"Insurance on my lift ! What are
you talking about? I am as healthy
as ever I was. Insurance, indeed !''
"Well, dear, I only mentioned it,
you know, out of respect to yourself
1 thought you were failing."
"Ana what in the world put it
into your head thht I am failing ?
Me failing ? Why, I am a3 strong as
a horse, and can run up three flights
of stairs without taking a breath,"
"Well that may be so ; but .1 am
afraid you are deceiving yourself."
"Deceiving myself ! 'iood.nes3 gra
cious, woman, what do you mean ?"
"Don't be so impatient. l,What
makes me think you are failing is
this. When you were courting me
you could hold me on your knee for
three hours, now you cannot hold
the baby in your lap three minutes."
This didn't happen in Concord,
Owing to the delay in the arrival
of tht ir gcods,the Baltimore Bargain
House will not be opened for busi
ness for several days, probably
Tuesday, tbe 3rd.
Mayor Morrison is having opened
an I avenue between West Corbin
street to the dummy line, lying east
of the Cabarrus mill. It is a much
needed convenience. It. will not be
long until there will be extensions
needed. The old switch at the Ca
barrus mills is being torn away.
IV o Itaee at Keirtsvillo.
The race between Jno. R Gentry
aid Joe Patchen did not come off at
Rid3?ille on Thursday, on account
of the weather. There was a big
crowd of disappointed people; among
them was a delegation from Concord.
The race has been postponed to
Under an Engine.
Charlotte News : A colored train
hand, while coupling a box car to
but it cornea uncomfortably close to the switch engine, in the passenger
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Mgh Grade Tskiss
ABSOLUTELY 1V1& J
M Odkll, D. F. Cannon
E"la5i Kint, J. W. Cannon,
W K. Odkll, W. H. Lilly,
well, we must not use names,
When in need of Fire Insurance,
call und tsie us, or write. We repre
sent only fu st-class Home and For
Woodiiouse & Harris.
Mr Thies" fllarriaye.
Charlotte Observer: The marriage
of Miss Nettie McNinch and Mr,
Oscar Thies, son of Capt. Thies, of
the Haile gold mine, will take place
November 7th, the ceremony to take
place at the residence of the bride's
mother, on North Poplar street.
The marriage is to be very private.
There will be no attendants, Mrs.
Fletcher, of Monroe, and Mrs. Fan-', is a great deal better to-day and her
nie Goodson, of Concord, will be I condition is not so alarming,
here to attend the marriage, , Mr8 s s BowdeD ofNew York,
no morpnine or opium in Dr. Mills' Vats ia in the cit for several dayg,
Pills Cure All Paui. "One cent a dose."
The Sick Improving.
Miss Nannie Camion, after a long
and severe spell of sickness, is able
to sit up and walk about the house,
This is glad news to her many
Mr. W G Mean 3 is greatly im
proved to-day, although it may be
some time before he will be able to
Miss Mollie Swink, who has fever,
yprd of the Southern, this afternoon
ftll in front of the engine and waff
run over. He fell between the rails
and lay flat. The engine pissed oyer
him, but he was not killed. He was
only smashed and squeezed and
bruised, but Dr. Gibbon found n
broken bones. The darkey ia at the
Rev. T J Ogburn is out in a card
in tbe Methodist Protestant, not to
uce "D. D." in connection with his
name, a3 he has declined tho degree
of Doctor of Divinity "out of re
srct for the title and for those who
wear it worthilv."
Phjdcian and Surgeon.
Concord, N. C.
OFFICE: ST, CLOUD AmNEX
JN0.R. ERWIN. CA MISENHuMLR
ERW1N & MISENIiEi:.:;
Physicians and Surgeons
Ofueo No. 3. Harty V-u'tdiv op,
posito 2nd Presb ierUu i-.'urch.
Charlotte. 'N C
MUKKi&UJS H. CALOVVEL
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CONCORD, N. C.
"We wish to announce to the public of
We have taken up quarters in the vacant store room, opposite the National Bank buildup, of
Concord, known as the
Litaker Building, Corner Main and Depot Streets,
where we will open on or about NO VE11BEK 1st, 1S05, with au estenaife line oC
VERY FINE AND MEDIUM GRADE CLOTHING
n x i- iTdHPTTPnw qtpmn nHT,o rpo5 r. .---r suchflne clothing makers. This eo--hing we w.ll cii .r
. , v;j'h.-,othi,we vvinhave in s P.op.e. Who ilue their money, w II
ever seen on the cou
ZmS GENTS' FURNISHINGS HA1S, AND SHOES imU&
inters m Concord. ... . T. ,TT, nrmMTx,n at. tr,-r.z i iw; --
WAIT FOR OUR OPENING, NOVEMBER 1, 130".
espectiuiiy . yours,
CON CORD, N. C.
We will also handle a line 01 ail ianas and images -:.o- f M-
1 y 4
ad. rifles, repeating and single.