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Cougi. 111 Stroud has appoint
ed Mr. J E Speiice, of Chatham, aa
his chi!., .-ays the Chatham Kecord.
Dr. W K Aikingion contemplates
ntnrr.iM: to Charlotte and resuming
the prtsuUxey of Charlotte Female
Superinterdent. Ceo. W Conn :i, of
the Viscn Cradrd echoed, says the
cst per imuith per pupil, white and
blacks, ha3 been $1.08.
Mr. T M Washington has been
fdecte 1 Crptain of the Wilson Light
Infantry to succeed Mr. E M Nadal,
who h:a Ken promoted to the post
of Major of the hatallion.
Asa!,.i oiileiloralr rensionors.
SoM.WliL Grent, who him -
flai? .irv. :1 npn.ion from the Van.
kte side of the line, although able
bodied Mid un wounded yesterday
introduced a bill in the State Sens
ate to repeal the act pensioning, at
a poor pittance- th? wounded Con
federate cidiers of this State, lie
would tae from them, wounded
and maimed, helphs and starving
though they be, the poor pittar.ee
that their own State has provided
for them and which their own home
people willingly pay, .while he him
self draws a Federal pension for
helping to wound them at the head
of a negro regiment ! And this is
the man whom mmy old Confeder -
ate soldiers vottd ior in the late eke
tion on the Fusion ticket agaiust
5en Ayccck for the senate, aud by
whose votes he was electa!. This
is how he repays them. He and
Marion 13uttler "pub" for Abe
Middleton. the burly negro hench
man, in preference to a one-legged
Confedrate soldier, as assistant
doorkc-cpe;, and now he wants their
pension taken from tntm. Colette
Ilio Discovcij Si:'l III I.ifo.
Mr. G GailJouette, Druggist, at
Beaversville, LI., says: "To Dr.
Kiug's New Discovery I owe my
life. Was taken with LaGrippe and
tried all the physicians for miles
about, but of no avail aud was given
up and told I could not live. IIaing
Dr. King's New Discover) in my
store I f"?it for a bottle aud began
its ik i.r d from ihe li ret dose began
to get better, and after using three
was up and about in. D is worth
its Weight in gold. We won't keep
store cr house without it." Get a
free trial at
4Did you notice how the Boston
girl told 1: fryer tig man good-bye?"
s a r ;u.lar sv eli adir.u."
"You i the cream of la, ti;."
.. 9 rxar
Mr. Z A Morris, of llarrisbur
has four in-h milkiri for sale. Ap
ply t.. i :t:i or at tins c Hh.v for in
?SitK S. . ( ;: .on Otit I.l.ir.'.Iy iul
At' it T:,,t , A. C, d;U!, 1 7. Mic3
Steveiiffoi'. iK'w g'-ovn Readily weak
er, and rA I''M) tcnigh- :t appears
impossible that -l.e :-i.i Ii
ALniLASTIiATOITri NO'I I(JK.
Ilavii"- cuuliik-u1 as the Administrator
oi ?-i; . ' cion, i!c( cased, all persons
owing haul estate are herein notified that
they umst make immediate payment, or
?UiL,N.i!' ':,c ,,rou': And ail persons
ji-.vvMi.j ' i mi 1 1 is ngam-t said cstat,. mut
DICS''- . ' 'U to tlx llli!(r;iiriif"il ilnlv
aUtllt'Ji! i :.U-d. on or lieforf. iho. 1st. rlav
of .Tidy, ls'.Mi, or this notice will be plead
in bar for their recovery.
( ! CLINK, Administrator.
This, Ib cmiier 5, 1804.
J ' W- M. .MITH, Attorney1
Dr. J. "E. CARTLAKD
Makes a specialty of filling
teetli without pain. Sixteen
yeais experience. Office over
Lippmds & Barrier's store
after Feb. 8. 1894. 125
AS GIFT !
si-arcr. times are
and seeks expression at Christmas, now as always belore, m
What shall these "Girts" be ( Something useful as well
as ornamental, of course. Let us suggest a few things.
Well, if you want something for your husband, lather
or brother, We suggest a pair of slippers, line soft Russia
calf, or Ooze calf. Serviceable, handsome and comfortable,
Nothing will add more to a man's comfort when the day's
! WOl'K IS UOIie aiKt lie SCeKS
: take oil his heavp shoes and
soft, easy slippers. It will draw a man nome, aim nuuvn
fi t is crnml fnbe there.
spect. It gives a man an air of dignity to have his feet aU
tired in nice slippers. They are nice to put on Sunday morn
Then there wouldn't be anything wrong in giving a
HANDSOME SCARF Oil TIE.
It's a sine qua nou in elegant dress, and is always appreciated
as a present. Anticipating the good taste of our people, we
have just laid in a special line of goods in neckwear, selected
from the latest styles and best makes. ; It always gets away
with a man, you know,
"TO (JIVE IT TO II I M IN THE NECK!"
Is your friend or relative
the matter with crivinir him a
j jf a trunk is wanted, we have
bags and trunks galore, of all sizes, makes and styles.
Apropos sometimes a lady is compelled to give a man
his "walking papers " Be considerate enough to prepare
him for his lonely travels.
Ladies' Trunks a Specialty.
We might suggest many othei things that wauld suit
you. But suflice to say that we have made special prepara
tions to supply your Xmas wants, and will do the best possi
ble for you in our line. With best wishes for a happy Ninas,
We remain, yours truly,
CANNONS & FETZER.
P. S. Prices especially low. Cold watches going like
hot cakes. Time nearly out. 0. L F.
HAW JMATKHIAL CHEAP
We are now selling FLOCK, cheaper than it. has ever been
sold in Concord, especially when the quality of the goods is
taken into consideration.
We have iusl mailed to our cust witiei s, quotations which
are extremely low. Wheat and
highest market prices. We till
price Dst on pphcat ion
Concord. N. C.
I EXPECT TO
FURNITURE PIANOS AND ORGANSSi:
f New tj-jes, Fiio Work and Low Prices count for anytbinr. Don't you
think it foolisJi to pay $17 -50 or O.Oo for anil Oak Bedvooiu JSuit when
you can buy a better one Iroin me in OAK fur $13 50 V lo i', i-.iso to pay
$:i().C00 for a Parlor Suit to one, deal nr, when you evo buy a better one
from me for $22.50 ? I can oiler you tho same fcavim: in all trrados and
styles of Funjiturae. TlIE LAttGEST STOCK ioi yort to CHOOSE
FltOM. ever displayed bcfoiv
m-DT A lTPlQ AMH f D A TT Q-V
-X X J LNWU n i-
Every inetruirjent 1 oiler you is stricfly first-? -nns and is fully guaranteed.
Write lor catalogues, prices and ti-:rins. For Thirty Days I will ofter a
regular 425 PIANO for 8375. I have other special bargain1 such bar
gains as I hare never before been able to oiler. I py froight on aH
instruments, and furnish tine stool, scarf and instructor.
Dealer in Maatelp, Furniture, Piaao?? and Orgar.s.
16 and 18 W. Trad- street, CHARLOTTE, N 0
haul, hnt the feeling of kind-
remains in the human heart,
iue UtJitauiC ul uyiii, uiu
rest -his tired feet in a pair of
Then it will add to Ins re
a traveling man'? If so, what's
handsome Traveling Bag Or
just the right things traveling
corn always in r demand at J
ordeis promptly and furnish)
G. T "KOVELL, Proprietor.
SELL OU $
N .-J W 1 VJT L N 0"
FOR BIG FOLKS, LITTLE FOLKS
AND ALL KINDS OF FOLKE.
The FnrniUne Store presents for husbands, wives sons and
daughters, mother and sisters. THE FURNITURE SPORE
presents forjsomebody else's daughter and perhaps somebody
else's sister and your own dear
J U LI R-AN NT
No place like the FURNITURE STORE.
Everybody concedes the fact that if you want a present foi
a BRIDE or GROOM the Furniture Store of
CANNOiNS, FETZER & BELL
is theplace to get it.
P.J S. A car-load of presentsjust in.
0. F, & B
As usual, and s we must hav
trade at any cost, we are offering
special inducements on all our
instruments. Special induce
ments! Why, they are simply
wonders at our "Hard time
Prices." Rather dilllcult for us
to quote prices here, bat we
guarantee that a visit to our
warerooms will make you buy.
Special inducements for m cash:
special inducements on install
ments; speciol inducements in
8upe-iior instruments Steinway,
Mason & Hamlin, Mathuhek,
Sterling. Greatest list in the
world to choose from. Come and
see just onco and test if the
above is not correct, or write for
ONE THOUSAND YARDS OF
worth 15 and 20 cents
to go at 8 1-3 cents
Mki hit Ik,
W. M. WHEELER, Manager.