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K:I)orb Ti2es- Salons Porsisteutlj
Concord 3;;;d ;i treat roval
I Tuesday night. The Concord
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!i;i;e Observer has
about tlio LUiiirlits
A Xubor of lai--s for rxorcisos-. ,
ruiilic Exorcises ami I?eok Kecentbiis i&&'J&r& &&r&& :cc' . O
Mattes in cornice- j for its a-e, looked its best, all in
i::e iibelonthe Lvnightswhite, and it seemed that every
, xvho recently iiitallecl j instrument dazzled in the glory
.Mbeaiarle has booiiinf n-:Kinn
Tliis gentle) ..iii has
.,; . bc'ii pat in possession of
.ioii v. hicii ihioVv's a new
: .a ;he subject. It seems
l-lflitoi" lilvias' informant
;.. "c.al as a denouncer of
socrei or fraternal societies, be
Inir id ui self a non-aniliating
and that he showed this
an in ais in the particular case.
Salisbury Pythians who are ac
quainted with these circum
stances give the editor small
blame. They regard his quali
ties! retraction as designed to
shvUl his informant by allowing
it to be inferred that the story
Lutui'ally grew in his telling."
The Salisbury Index says
:,We see that the Pythians are
not satisfied with Bro. Bivens'
.: j 'le retracting and apologizing
for his first article which gave
("rv- to the manv excellent
Lor.tlemen composiii;.;' that
L.-od. It is no concern
uf'.nn-s but, we believe in mercy
:. viitent. The Pythians,
v;i ;i ;heir excellent motto,
i '. i '.id.ihip, Benevolence and
Ci-ariiy." can allord to be mag
:..:a;.lir:us and forgiving. As
. ' :. 'alter now stands, no one
liani;.-, ill of any one of them on
: ::: of that publication."
A Small Fire at Alfoemarla.
AVhile in conversation over the
''i'Tihone with a party in Albe
iiuii'le, we learn that the fire
alarm was given there Tuesday
illicit. It was the home of Mrs.
Spinks. Fortunately the flames
wore quenched before very much
damage was done. The damage
does not amount to more than
of the occasion.
v Grand Chancellor j Prof. Keesler, who had ar-
' i;i 'KinuiU):b toj ranged a most suitable program,
i':y V'T ?tl LVh::s of i entered ui)on tli,- leadership with
confidence that every part would
be on time, and every tone would
b most pleasing to the ear. We
feel- a legitimate pride in the
Concord band, greatly stimulated
by the performances Tuesday
No words of ours can ade
quately measure the' merits of
Mr. Asbury's Jiuie perform
ances. They were superb. The
performer, it seems, can have
no mental conception of varie
gated and pleasing tonos that
his instrument will not yield at
Miss Harris it is well known
has a sweet and gentle voice,
always pleasant to hear, and in
concert with instruments gently
chiming in, it made peculiarly
Mr. Summey has a voice es
sentially tenor in tone, but femi
nine in ii.-; gentleness. It is
perfectly trained and the tones
Mt. Pleasant, Nov. 7.
Messrs. Bob Corzinc and Paul !
Nussiiian went over to Charlotte
1 outlay morning on business. ;w
Mr. Luther ientz, of Nor- fvj?
woof1, is here today on business.
He informs us that there is no -?'
trute in the report tint he in-
ant in the near future.
An entertainment will be given
by the young ladies and gentle- sv 2 ?
ui iiiib pit.r o 111 uio uoiiei'J
chapel Saturday evening, the
18th, the proceeds to purchase '
revolving chairs for the pro-!
fessors in the recitation rooms, j
Mr. and Mrs. DeBerry Bar
ringer, formerly of No. 8 town
ship, who have bem living in
Texas for the last four years,
have returned to North Carolina
and will make it their home.
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Yes, it's a picnic at our Dress Goods Counter. Just think cf
t ivfor-Kriniminger Wedding.
Mr. Charlie D Castor, of No. 4
township, and Miss Annie Krim-
j linger, of No. 5 township, were
ia t ried Sunday morning at Mr.
! V; k Kimball's. With numbers
a of friends we extend our congrat-
; tdations wishinsr them a life of
l( ve and happiness.
seem to come from a soul of gen
The encores for Miss Harris,
Air. -Asbury and Mr. Summey
were persistent, and indicated
that each caught the exultant
listeners that were unwilling to
be let go.
The audience was fairly good,
though hardly up to the merits
of the occasion.
RESULTS OF TUESDAY'S ELECTION'S.
Suit horn Conference Meets.
Tito Southern conference of
Norih Carolina Synod of the
! :.t'!u:;il Lutheran church
V iil meet In Mt. Zion church,
f'ntield, Stanly county, on
Ohio liebuhlican Kentucky Most Prob
ably So Maryland Again Democratic.
Dispatches at 9:80 a. m. today
(Wednesday) annouuee as clearly
anticipated that. Pennsylvania,
Connecticut, Massachuetts, New
Jersey, New York and South Da
kota went Republican on Tues
day. As a matter of course
Missippi and Virginia went Dem
ocratic. Maryland is again Dem
ocratic. Ohio, too, is Republi
can by a majority that does not
look like it should have been
called a doubtful state. Ken
tucky is yet in doubt with great
probability that the Republicans
Mr. Bryan has the satisfaction
that his state, Nebraska, is
Louisville, 12:25 p. m. With
only three counties to hear from,
the vote for Governor stands as
ley the lutn nstant at 10; follows: Taylor, Republican,
' - a. in. j 121,038; Goeble, Democrat, 112,-
.-o ., j:03; Brown, Democrat, 73,010.
(: .:M;ciwie. Republicans carried everything
i Tho . i -son has come again to 1 in Louisville and claim the Leg
ibe wild -goose- Mr. J C ! islature by 7 majority. This
;;;Urd of Eastfield tells us that; ives their tj. S. Senator.
en one saie jmsi weeKtnat
"'!v:m! to hC tender and delicious.
',ym red live feet from tip to
v" ! and weighed seven1
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The Drama, "East Lynne," 60 au(1 "0c ess goods being sold at 39c per yard. The showing
which was to be played Thanks- ,
giving, has been postponed in- comPrses Black crepons, Fancy Hands, Tricots, Camel's hair plaids.
definitely, and instead A Pam-1 Panc Bedford stri SUk and Wool nu31 otc. You
ily Affair" will be played about
Xmas. must see the assortment to appreciate the true value. They are
A goodly number of Concord-'
ians were visiting friends and re- genuine bargains in every sense of the word. They are all on the
latives here Sunday. Tney were
as follows. Mr. John Cook Mr Cent counter; The 25 cent counter is equally attractive as they
and Mrs. James P Cook., Mr. , 0- -, 1n -, . 0 . . . .,
T , ,r T. ... , Ar. are Jo and 40c. goods going at 2oc. It is simply a dress croods
John M Iiendrix and Miss Mag-,
gie Cook, and Mr. and Airs. M L chance our buyer picked up last week while in the market. We
Buchanan, and Misses Grace
Brown and Juliette Johnson. bougie, them cheap and are selling them the same way. Black
The Philalaethian Literary so-!
ciety will give a Book Reception Tivffeta Silk S0()d ality, special price 49c per yard. Bbu-k Satin
December 15th. The exercises 1 - A , -. .
p t i ! Dutcness, very wide, ,sl.2o quality, sale price 9c; si. 00 oualitv nt
will consist of declamations, J 1 J 1 ' - -
uay, uuuatu, uicuiuu ana a.oc All shades ot Velvet, Silk and Braid Trimmings. A irood bit
"thing-a-ma-gig" by one of the
society's best writers. The
question for debate will be:
"What happens is for best."
The Pi Sigma Phi society will
also give a public exercise some
time in December.
Miss Jennie Skeen, who has
been visiting in Gold Hill, has re
of linings, near silks, skirtings, etc., to suit every taste. Remem
ber this is bargain week in our
Capes, Jackets, Reefers etc.
Large assortment of Furs. Remember it will be a pleasure
to show the new goods at this store. We are having regular Xmas
Miss Ida Flowe, of Flowes, is ( trading these days and no wonder.
visiting ner sister, iurs. uexier
Mr. Will Powe, ' of Greens
boro, spent last night here.
v ' :in iiu.L lies is j
spenturg tue atternoon m ' CTISiCSCTl'a?t CZfZlgX 3?A!C?H5?5?.
Mr. . no. McGill, of Phila
delphia, arrived lere last night
to visit Mr. Jas. "VV Cannon.
I Fresli line
t Bother !
w if? a Tlf
a 1 XAMUl e
THE BEST PKESCRIPTION FOB
aiKl foyer if. v. bottle Orove's Taste- ;
1 Jcsrs Chili Tonic. jf;cver fails to cure; j
' T'-v" -!y periraent. with worthless
(cS mi: ..;'; Viiev ot) cents. Tour,
1 iL..:m' ' - 1" i cure.
Our cousins on the ether side are able to take' care
of themselves just like Bell, Harris & Co. ii e for all your wants
in the Furniture line. With three solid cars of Furniture, two cars
of springs, two cars of chairs, one car of Mattresses, you need not
worry about high prices on furniture, and as for Stoves, we have
the frmous Leader line, Gafe Citv, Iron Kimr. Ed-. rv TL
j 'v"o('.. Heaters and Cocil He tors all bought in car lots ai.
j rive us a chance we will sell you. Clocks, good, better i:
' If time is money you should have a clock. Omee am' :
' Furniture of all kinds. Hail Furniture, Kitchen Furiidur.
i sum it uj) we have anything you want. Pictures or fian:
i are strictlv4n.it. Call and see.
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