North Carolina Newspapers

    A BATCH OK LOOAL NEWS.
I'iclievl l'p mal Vut i Nliape IIj Our
The hunting party scared to death
two rabbits Friday.
Mr. Robert. Coble, of Forest Hill
rouu the Pythian goat the second
time, Friday night. He sa.d it was
J
in:
One man has proposed to con
tribute to a public library. The
dead b jats get xjorc than that out
Ih. X L liOcj, w China Grove, is
juite sick, Mr. Kos.- lias many
friends here, who will p be sorry to
he::r of ins iliutss.
A Salisbury hog wa3 killed it
was a year old-and to t;ive an idea of
its weight one ham weighed 2
yciuulo and 10 ounces
A youug man, a clerk, who is
p;tc una obliging, u as crushed to
the earth while usiistin a 00
pound country hisfie from a bugay
on Frio a)'.
There will be a change in hotel
circles in Salisbury February 1. Mr.
P A Frtcks, the owner of the Mt.
Vernon, has leased it to dipt. John
Bn snt, o- A3htvlle.
Contractor A 11 Frcpst was in the
city looking after the work be h-ie
hand here, lie says the -Xmas.
tuiao: oi the The J ,.-t!Mfr wi'3 a
dtn.
;S. V.) I -Jt.-
lr. Vv II WaRctielJ, of Charlotte,
in Concord at U-e i-t.
'ioua
on Friday, February lot, fur one
dav
I'raeUee limited to eye, (ar,
1 . : , f
leut
Dr. A ii Dreher returnc .
Irani a visit to Wiluung.'oa, and
taut oui. :o his ho'.he in Mt. Pleas
ant. He Lai not deckled uicu a
.-ire ?.-! t!i:l:i:: from South
1 iDe imprtcslon Lte?M to
that
.w, eir'f'idel, doer
c to brirj liquor
t.to the State. Such IP not the care,
h'jv.-ever. As mnc.h as a single giU
b:i can b? brought in at a tinw.
(j Juicy ( 5. C.) Ledger.
Says the Salisbury Herald; Miss
Luhi FcS.trmac, ot Iiarinui Springs
v. i:e is attending Echool at Buena
era. Va., spent but, night here
" ad left tor L'.-r home this morning
aa wi - to h t-ilpram nnnouncmg
the serious sickns of her father,
Bey. J H Eesperman.
The Strrvdar! a jo 3 Iiid many
friends in Coucord will be pained to
hear of the continued veakness of
the good old Mr. V N Mitchell. This
v. inter i:as oiie hard with him, and
seidom h-'s he been seen m Coi
cord. We liope as the winter passca
away his strength will increase and
that we may yet see him in town.
Mr. Caleb Pitts, who is Kegister
Vv'eduitigtoa'j right bower, does not
think tb-it Clarion Batter is the
dictator of the Legislature. HeLajs
that there are many Bopulists who
think Mr. Butler needs to have a
collar put on him to hold him in
oh ok, nud for that reason he can
not have his way. Phew ! Mr.
I'u tier is the central planet around
which the Populistic people get their
' bm, Whatever he thmkatlie
a-: :..v.nir.
l oarteen barrels of whiskey from
die rectifying establishment ofMr
I) L Arty, and seven barrels from
the destillery of Mr. T D Roseman,
were seized yesterday afternoon by
Deputy Collector H P Watson and
KeyeDue Officers Means and Mebaue.
The seizures were made by direction
of the Ke venue Department for al
leged irregularities. The whiskey
was stored in the cellar of Bingham
& Go's store last night. Salisbury
Herald.
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY, j
, tt, -r i I
I'eople Wlao travel, as Secu bjr Our j
Reporter.
Mrs. S G Murr, who has been
visiting in Salisbury, has returned
home.
Mies Margaret McNeely,of S:Ui
bury, is visiting Miss Fannie Kogers,
Master Thoma3 Barringer is
home from Charlotte for a few days.
Miss Joyce Clay well, of Florida
ia visiting at ex-Sheriff Morrison's.
The Kev. B F Davis, on the 1st,
duy of January, 1S95, by the mem
bers of the New Gilead Reformed
church. Or rather the pounding
began on that day and has been con
li'iutd ever since, until pounds of
pork, sausage, sourkraut, bird,
sweet and irish potatoes,shelled corn,
live chickens, butter, groceries, eggs,
etc., and cash have found their way
to the parsonage, and still the good
word is th.it there is more to follow.
For that which ha3 bijen received
aud for what is to come, brother
Davis would heartilv thank the kind
doners. Coming so near the Christmas-tide
when extra drain had been
made upon the pirsou's pocket-book,
chid kindly rememberauce is doubly
appreciated both on account of the
intrinsic value of the gifts r.:d more
especially as a token of kindly re
gard on the part of those amongst
whom the Lord hist called the
brother to labor.
Nor io this the only time that our
broth j: and f imily have been re
membered since he came into our
midst some eight nunths ajo In
dividual member of both congrega-
tions have repeatedly shown their
kindly regard by contributing the
necescarieo of life. And cri W'soes
ire ui.Libeee of the Trinity (Con
ccij coagrcgation lefc at the pai
senage ea;y lo dar- for the use of
the inmate? , b aides haying on tw o
previous- oecaio.- yasited the pur -Sonant
ia a bjdy and pounded the
inmates, tirus sujpling them ;th
much that was useful. A 1 of
which hath caused joy in the hearts
ot those so KL.dly remembered ant
no doubt more joy in the hearts ot
the kind donors ; for 'cit is more
blessed to give than io leceive."
lUoauy .u loan oa real eotate, W G
Means attorney. tf
Everct Wretz. 4i3aaaay, dis is
dead bum beer."
Barkeeper. lVell, wbt do you
want? Didn't you ask for beer
without a collar on ? If it wca
gentlemen ber it would wear a
collar.'"' Cinc'.ali Tribune.
9 SEC"
Speculation
HAMMOND & CO.
itocls ct-ncl Bond
vrrrj.
Kt q
130 & 132Pral Street,
NEW YORK CTTZ, N. Y.
Stocks, Bonds and Grainjbouqht at.d
sold, or carried on Margin.
P. S. Send for explanatory circus
lar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter, (ree) dwly
mi Tobacco Spil.or ftittokc your
I,ile Away
Is the truthful, startling title of a
book about No-To-Bac, the harms
less guaranteed tobacco habit cured
that braced up nicotinized nerves
eliminates the nicotine poison
makes weak men gain strength,
yiSor and manhood. You run no
physicial or financial risk, as io-To-Bac
is sold by P. B. Fetzer under a
guarantee to cure or money refunded.
Book free. Addres Sterling Remedy
Co., New York or Chicago. j3 1m.
i-aimury.
1 rel,retllt tQe Charlotte Steam
r .,,,,,. A tt .
"""""'j. -"j uGbiiiijg lu wear
Collars and Cuffs and even a Shirt
"aundried in the very best manner,
will do well to call on me at Can
nons & Fetzer's store, and eecure 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 am ik,l rasere
will be promptly attended to. Mark
your name plainly on the bundle.
My basket goes to the Laundry
promptly on eyery Tuesday night,
and returns promptly on eyery
Saturday morning.
I solicit your custom, and only
ask for a trial.
jO lm. R. E. Ridenhour. Agt.
liOoli Out!
A co d wave is coming ana if you
want to keep warm, buy vour coa!
of Brown & Kimmous ; they hav
the be3t in the market. Leave your
j orders at Kimmous store and they
wit! be tilled promptly. We also
keep shop co tl on hand constantly
f-b3dw Brown & Kimmons-
lielucel lailr(inlKalks.
North Carolina State Convention
ofTemperar.ee Workers, Raleigh, N.
C. Tickets on sale January lil, 22
and 2:, Limit January 28, 1895.
Fare fer round trip $0.70.
INTERNATIONAL $
$S'k.,lICTIONAR Y I
F
Sia-ci ssor of tJte
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1. . Ha; l l'i int- t
i;nr e'lico. tit-r.s. C
ZPi : UAA Q -f m-arly all
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the
I te-fl a
mil j' ,ixi
im mll l y every
;tio ie.j'iTi'.itt.'ii
(ifll'L. Srl:iols,
tins reiiiii. with- j
cm iiaiiiLer.
" e.iiO v.iih l:ia till" t v iinTs tho
, ' .-.nl f-;;ii:i, Uv i.; r:n y i, clrfiiii-
"lion, for 'f:s;!.'. o i:n'Uiols i:i imli
t ' :( Iiut I r'!;:::!i'! ili fur icrsi' vet
" e: anreli- -islv .--v.i :f frjrts, K
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i The G::o C.rw.t $i:n:c:nd Authority,
So v,t::c II.:::. T'..T. .r.-.-. .hotio- v. s.
A bu;iiU!' t'l'iiu. 9
K c.xi;::iUAii co., ru?usiwrs, i
f FpririfZr.c: !, .Vrs.v., T'.kS.-i.
g mm Soml to the inbI;.r-!iors for fr.'p pnr.:v'ilt.
VJ-1 o not bay chc:: n jfj.rlt.ts of :ijiri..'nt e.Utions. $
SALE Or VALUABLE TOWN
PROPERTY.
Ly virtue of authority vested in
me by a deo 1 of trust from Caleb A
Sutlier io Jaino3 C Gibson, clerk of
tbo tfuporior Court for Cabarrus
county for the benefit of six children
of said C A Suther named in said
deed of tnibt which is dated Jau
uary 10, 1SS0 and duly ri-mistered iu
tho Register of JJaoda oflico of Ca
barrus county iu book 31, pap:e 331,
I will on Monday the 3rd day of
February 1805 sell at tho courthouse
door in Concord at 12 o'ciock, uoon,
all that town lot oil Church street
said town, adjoining the lots of tho
late W C Kimo, Josey Suther and
others, and known as the Caleb
Suther lot, for the metes ana
bounds of which see saia. deed ot
trust. Terms of silo $350, three
hundred and fifty dollars cash, the
balance on (G) months time note and
approved security required at 8 per
cent, interest from date of sale.
Jas. C. Gibson,
Trustee and Ulerk Superior Court.
Xhis, December 19, lbJ5. dw
CONCORD MARKETS.
COIfTOK MAltKET.
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer.
Good middling 5 05
Middlings 4 72
Low middling 4 G2 J
Stains 4 to-1 75
FRO PUCE MARKET.
Corrected bv C. W Swink.
Bacon 10
Sugar-cured nams 11 to 14
Bulk meats, sides 8 to 9
Beeswax
Butter 15
Chickens 10 to 12
Corn 45
Eggs 12
Lard 8 to 11
Flour (North Carolina 1.75
Meal 50
Oafs 45
Mlow 3to4j
r-- - -
Kcvcu ue Seizure.
Notice is hereby guen of theteiz
ure of the following 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.
Oue keg whiskey.
J'hree jugs.
Any person claiming said property
is hereby notified to appear before
the undersigned at his ofhee in
Asheville, N. C. within thirty (30)
days from the date hereof and make
sach claim in the form and manner
prescribed by law or. the property
will be declared forfeited to the
United States,
M. E. Carter, Collector,
5th District, N. C.
By R. S. Harris, Deputy Collector,
Concord, Dec. 22, 1894.
THE ARM LOCK
BED SPRING
Adjusted at both ends.
The most comfortable Bed
Spring yet known to the
world. It will not get one
sided it stands perfectly
square and will not be
come loose.
THE ARM LOCK .
BED SPRING
is in many oL the best
homes in town and county.
Mr John P. Allison and
Dr. L, M. Archey say it
is complete and they
would not .do without,
them.
For further parLlcuiars calit
on me or addres.1 ,
J. Wallace Cook.
Concord, N. C.
CiiLEBKATED
SOUTIIK-N JELLICO COAL.
T T''
POSITIVELY GOOD,
COMPARATIVELY BETTER,
SUPERLATIVELY BEST
COAL OX THE MARKET.
HIGHEST U EATING CAPACITY
LEAST PER CE2U1 OF.;ASHES.
Three Grades. Prompt delivery.
; .TRY IT
Samples EREEI!
Leave orders at G E Fisher's
store, or with my.waons.!
k. l. cravp:n.
i curt Aolico.
All persons are hereby notified
that the J inuary, 1835, term of the
Superior Court for Cabarrus county
will not be open before Thursday,
the 21th aay of January 1895, ana
all jurors, witnesses and suitors will
not attend before that day, Januaiv
21, 1895. And .further, all suitors
and witnesses in ciyii actions will
not attend before Mondaj', Jan. 28,
1895 of the second week, as the civil
docket will not be called before that
time. By order,
-.TAS. C. GlLSON,
Clerk Superior Court.
ount Amosna
SEM NI AR Y.
A Flourishing School for Young '
Ladies.
TEN TEACHERS,
Ornamental Branches Receive
CarefuiiAttention, ;
REV.SC. L. T. FISHER,.' A. M
Pbincipal,
MOUNT PLEASANT N. C.
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PNY.
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'PTl "C T A Oil -Tn rnTT i.i i -r nnTT
inrj uAoi or liiCi j3AliUULL
STOCK.
Twenty-five children
OVERCOATS,
Six to nine years old
have been thrown out at
the low price of 75c for
choice. Thev are
BARGAINS.
$7.50 overcoats for 4.75,
0.50 suits for 3,75.
4.50 suits for 2.50.
EN'S PAIN TS
a 3 low as low as 4 and
7ij cents. Undershirts
for ,40 (its- All-wool
overshirts at cost.
T3 IS
'11 A NTS
Calico 2 W2 cents per yard.
Outing 4 and 5 cents per yard.
Wool dress goods, pants cloth,
satin, all remnants of silk 15
cents per yard.
Don't fail to buy some of
the small shoes, V2 to I, at 50
cents. Ladies
Sizes 2
to three 4'
and one half
at 70 cents.
Zieglers, 13 ay
State and all
of the best
makes at tho
same price.
The price on
o u r e n t i r e
s t o c k h a s
fcieen cut in
two. All win
ter goods must
now go at your
own price.
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