A BATCH OF LOJAL NEWS.
rickfi! I l an I .Shape Hy Our
IlimllcnX I'esicil l'uslier.
The street j are being cleaned up
The yard at the Informed church
id being raised.
Money to loan on real estate, V G
Means attorney. tf
Charlotte is infested uitti whoops
in cough andV trumps,
'J1 he penwo we sicd;i; of on Timrs-
. ' tlw sc raph g of the irtrret.
I h-j Ketdy lustiuste is tnhig 'o
V"viv It is sending oat eh eiders.
The change in he city charter
; u : - l figu.v V; u xM-, . ; ion, Lent.
(V. H e their u! yenisement.
I ).. n v (.'.)! It ctor H.-;n la has re
tari.v d iV-.u;. a hart! irio. lie was
aT. ;;. 1 that cold v i.a: tier.
I iU'i e v, j. cl i r," 1 21 ,,v- ( t :
i . J , C U t' VI V Clil u
uiii- :i:g lothiy.
I.r. li K Blair, drugged ct A I be
;ui.xif, -ii t Thursday in the city
WoxUng hi s couiiii, I Jr. 1) I) Johns
come of our rcah rs i ui i ; i i Ker
nai.n lo U- i)r. 11 (J Her
ring. v xly, l.)r. herring n..s no
giUlx d Gii I J U 1 ell.
i ii" ilro.vn CiwchMig Company
1 ix orgaui,:.;d a kal.sbury. M
'r A -i"t c id on I and Jac, -I)
.eix;,4 e e '.-'.I' ) it nit t I'fasii Vr r.
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1 i . ' m 1 hur.j--a
a , , : oa j:x went
to app ir in a in.:L'ifiv
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We ar-;- 1 dtakMi he
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Aiirr r ebr. u.ry 1, (.nncord will
itt.a i . a i : l 3 have rev a tava; cr. euh
' 'I ' -: - v;""-"'; n assurance.
- u-.-..i.'..-s ha i picnic ?
'i'he etiet force has aotually been
at work cn tln.t pond on Spring
-tt. Wlo is to be rriised, the
i - . X ,
: uy govern meat or the
A man by the name of liucks was
pia .. jii Thursday night for re
no,;, jaops from Mr. I M Morris
i-iaCv i;: Ivc. 2. rihe jjil is getting
full; but, !',e a bits, there is always
a I;: cr:e more.
Tvi'o of our best athletic sports
nave gone. ii. training for a match
aith eihtoance' gloves, to take
iac vnthm iixir d'tv.-a The fitrht '
vill i o be to a hni,h. The two are
young and vrtdl muscled, and they
do corne good sparring already,
reporter stepped into one of our
largest busnietfS etaolishments, and
' iv.i clerk net being too busy, were
vfdghhig Themselves. We got the
"r " rk4 or all but one, who was too
:''!,': . dn-'-v th" ecalei.
An intereatiiig revi.'ai id in )ro
itxj-j ;.t the Baptist church at this
ne pastor, Rev. J W Sut-1
!' is a rioted by Rev. L R Pruitt,
pastor of Trade Street Baptist
church, Charlotte. The sermons
preached by Rey, Mr. Pruitt have
made quite a favorable impression
on our people and members tof all
the churches enpy hearing himThe
congregations have been large noto
withstanding the inclement weather,
THE RUSH OF h UMAXITY. '
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Oapt. J M Odell baa gone on
one of his nsunl trips to Durham.
Lawyer W G Means is iu Rowan
county today, professionally.
S P Ilolloway, of Richmond,
was iu the citj .
Rev. Lequeux, of Poplar Tent,
spent the day in the city.
Mrs. Stonewall Durham left .
today for hr home at Dallas.
Rev. J Y Love, of Coddle Creek, -
was in the city.
Mr. W R Kindley, of Mt. Pleas
ant, s petit the day in the city.
Uaot, Cook, of Mt. Pleasant,
'.va.s in the city.
v uin-fMias gone i
to Albemirle to yisic Mis Carrie
f ; - - n -:.. r x i
Presiding Elder Soiogg-3, of
Salisbury, went down to Mt. Pleas
ant, on the mail hack.
ax r txm
Annual meeting National Farmers
Alliance, Raleigh, N, C. Tickets
on tale Feb. ;rd, -kh and 5th, limit
Feb. 12, 1805. Fare for round trip
The New American Edition of
Cxi:imbv.i.j encyclopedia complete up
a (.;;.(: c.'iir.-iiijiwg tnirteeii minion
!lv- bandied i.nd forTy-fro thousand
v cr di ' :;'! !;!.' y t' -.-d distinct
H-!,j-.c:.. The -ag.nt U a till taking
'.0 ItdicliK He !.-. , ha has . n
S),-ndit.g ':f ma;,:.1:-: in tlie ciry j
v,'nh her ia:-ent.-, Mr. and xMrs. F A:t
iVridiibJd, hie io:.h,v for h-a' h,)ii)i'i i
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. .:ai .';:!aat" a oy jam ;
Rev. J ti Schai'.l, vvh: fur s -v? r .! !
v--.il v:v- rre-- .
d of Xo:"h 'Care
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Mr. rciiaid i
a. t'l ' h'c.nola?'
and tbetv he vill havt
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uun "i ' 1. . ' 1 1 i L ti iv.-.: xii..-,t..u ixi
the Ja o irlioh l inu,;--.
(b-ore Coliy, a young man who i
, .1 . . 1 V .,,,! 1 i . AT,.
-...Mj' - u . o;-u. Ji,w uu itii .
Uoyden Veddington, about four
miles v.-.:: r.f th p.ir.v in V:v" inu i
ihip, met with a painful and ahnoci
fatal hurt Wednesday wldle chopnin
vood. He dropped an axe on his
foot, making a yery ugly wound and
severing an artery. The accident
occuiatd early in the afternoon, but
did lioL bleed until sonrj time during
the night, and before 112 could get
proper surgicd attention, 'the young
man had bled nearly to death. Dr.
S J Montgomery went out Thursday
night 'and attended him. The los
of blood has left younof Coley in a
very vreak and proatrate condition.
i io: i.tr ;ii:iisJii:a smwiav ri cr
Toronto, Ont, Jan. 17. W F Mc
Clean, M. F., proprietor of the To
ronto World, (newspaper) was today
fined 1 and costs for publishing cn
Sunday, January Gth, a newspaper
containing a report of the Globe
fire. Several boys charged with sell
ing the paper were discharged.
not s !
Ioii"t Tobacco Kpif.or Kmofec yotir
Ixife A way
Is the truthful, startling title of a
book about No-To-B ic, the harms
less guaranteed tobacco habit cured
that brae. 2 up nicotinized nerves
eliminates the nicotine poison
makes weak men gain strength,
vlSor and manhood. You run no
physicial or financial risk, as INo-To-Bac
is sold by P. B. Fetzer under a
guarantee to cure or money refunded.
Book free. Addrcs Sterling Remedy
Co., New Y'orkor Chicago. j3 livr.
1 rt the Charlotte Steam
JriUndT. Any one desiring to wear
I Collars and Cuffs and even a Shirt
"aundried in the very beat manner,
will do well to call on me at Can
nons & Feizer's store, and secure a
price list, I guarantee all work to
be satisfactory and any article lost
or torn will be replaced or paid for.
Also any bundle left; at "Cannons &
Fetzer's store when I urn net there
will be promprly attended to. Mark
vour mime plainly on fhp lmn.iL
My basket goes to the Laundry
Promptly on eyery Tuesday night,
ana returns promptly on eycry
1 solicit your custom, and only
ask for a trial.
jO lm. R. K. RiDEXiiouit. Agt.
a Co d wave is coming ana if you
want to keep w trru, buy vour coal
ot lrown ec ivimuiond ; they have
the best in the market. Leave your
orders at ivimmou stor and they
vill tilled promptly. We also!
keep snop coal on hand constantly j
t b.5 d w lino v x ec k i m y, o
Xorth Carolina State Convention
of Temperance Workers, Raleigh, N.
C. fJ'icket6 on sale January 'dl, 2
and 2)3, Limit January 28, 1895.
Fare for round trip SG.TO.
INTERNA TIONA L J
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Standanl of tlio e
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N'h , l; V .V Li L1 a I Lj La iUUxl
ry virtua oi" nalliority vested in
me hy a dend of mufc from Caleb A
ivutuc-r to James U Gibaou, cleric of
I be Vuporior Court for Cabarrus
county for the benefit of six children
of said C A fcjuther named in said
e ed of trust which is dated JaD
uary 10, 13S0 and duly registered in
tho'llegistor of Dacda ofiieo of Ca
barrus county in book ol, pae 331,
I will on Monday the 3rd day of
February 1805 sell at tho courthouse
i door in Concord at 12 o'ciock, noon,
till that town lot on Church street
said town, adj Muiii the lots of the
late V C Kime, Josey Suther and
othor:?, and known as the Caleb
Suthev lot, for the motos and
bound, of which soe said deed of
trust. Terms of sale $3f0, three
hundred and fifty dollars cash, the
balaiuo on (u) months time note and
aipr aved security required at 8 pet
cent, interest from date of s,de.
Jas. C. Gibson,
Trusteo and Uierk Superior Court.
Xhis, December 19, 1895. dw
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer.
Good middling 5 05
Middlings 4 S7
Low middling 4 G2
Stains 43 to4 75
Corrected bv C. W Swink.
Sugar-cared nams 11 to 14
Bulk meats, sides , 8 to 9
Bees was -
Chickens 10 to 12
Lard S to 11
Flour (North Carolina ...1.75
Meal c 50
rallow - 3to4
Notiee i- i.ertby given of the seiz
u re of the fo'iowiug property, for
violation of Internal Revenue
laws of the United States, supposed
to be the property of John Carter :
One horse, 1 wagon and harness.
Nineteen boxes tobacco.
Two empty boxes.
One keg whiskev
Any p-r.suu claiming said property
is hereby notified to appear before
the undersigned at his oflice in
Asheville, N. C. within thirty (30)
days from the date hereof and make
such claim in the form and manner
prescribed by law or the property
will ba declared foried to the
M. E. Carter, Collector,
5th District, X. C.
By R. S. Harris, Dor. ry Collector.
Concord, Dec. 22, 189L
THE ARM LOCK
Adjusted :tt both ends
The most c.iitii'ormble Eed
Spring yet known to the
world. It will not get one
sidedit stands perfectly
square anil will not bes
THE ARM LOCK
is in in any of the best ,
homes in town and county.
Mr John l Allison and
Dr. L, M. Archey say .it
is complete and they
v.'ould not do without
For far the? part !"ihirs call
on me or address,
.F. Wallace Cook.
Concoid, N. O,
CELEB a ATE I)
SOUTHED JEI.LICO CO A I.
COM FA RATI VEL Y BET lER,
COAL ON" THE MARKET,
HIGHEST b EATLSG CAPACITY
LEAST PER CENT OF.,ASHES.
Three Grades. Prompt delivery. I
Leave orders at G E Fisher's
store, or with iny'w:io:i . .'
K. L. CRAVEN,
t our xVolicc.
AW persons are hereby notified
that the J uruary, 1895, term of the J
Superior Court for Cabarrus county
wdll noi be open before Thursday,
the 21th aay of Jauuaiy 1895, ana
all jurors, witnesses and suitors will
not attend before that day, Januaiv
21, 1895. And further, nil suitors
and witnesses in civil actions will
not attend before Monday, Jan. 28,
1895 of the second week, ay the civil
docket will not be called beforo that
time. By order,
-Us. C. Gjbso:,
Clerk Superior Court.
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SE M NI A R Yt
A Flourishing School for Young
Ornamental Branches Receive
REV.BC. L. T. FISHER,.1 A. 312
MOUNT PHEASANT N. C.
THE LAST OF THE EAHUCII
Six to nine years old
have been thrown out at
the low price of 7oc for
choice. They arc
7.50 overcoats for 4,75,
0 50 suit s for 3,75.
4.50 suits for 2.50.
il xii IS o 1 Jli. 1 k!
as low as low as do and
7;; cents. L rulershirts
lor 40 ctb Alhv;ool
overshirts at cost.
Calico 2 12 ceiU'j per yard.
Outing -1 a7t.d 5 cents per yard.
Wool dress :ods, pants cloth,
satin, all remnants of silk 15
cents per yard.
Don't fail to buy some of
the small shoes, FJ ro I, at 50
and one half
at 70 cents.
Zieglers, 15 ay
State and all
of the best
makes at the
The price oit.
s t o c k h a s
been cut in
two. All win
ter goods must
now go at your
Till I COM