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CONCORD, N. C, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1895.
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)ASr:'A(JTUtEllS OF
lXl GIXG1L1MS,
0XG CLOTHS,
UdWS, SIIHETIjYG
.,Xr SALT BAGS
HAMPDEN-SYDNEY MOVED.
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DEALERS IN
General
Merchandise.
Tlie Irct.byteiian Theological Somi
nnry Woes to Kiclimuuit.
Hampden -Sydney Theological
Seminary will be moved tc Rich
mond, This was decided yesterday by the
action of Synods cf North Carolina
and Virginia. The institution is
now located at HampdenSydney,
Prince1 Edward county, Virginia. ' then the town cart it off once, twice
Following in the line of other ins lor three times a week ? This pio-
stitutious, the seminary moyes to thejeedure would give general satisfac-
Why HTot Cart it Oil.
It is a great pity that the town
authorities do not stop the burning
of trash on the Main streets of the
town. It doea not look well, neither
does it create a very savery odor,
besides the smoke and soot is veiy
damaging to woods in the merchants'
shelves, Why don't the town make
every business man have a trash
barrel or box, put his trash in it and
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BUYERS OP
Country frot
al Kind
AND
Pour-Foot
wood always
wilted - - best prices for
same. We invite an in '
fpection of all the goods
we Manufacture.
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t'hm fin.
capital city of Virginia, where it
will be at the centre of the State's
activity.
strong fight was made against
the removal, as has been th case
wherever such changes have been
mad?, but after the fight was won in
Virginia, there vas do trouble here.
i The Synod of North Carolina was
practically unanimous for removal,
there being only six votes against it.
Lewis Ginter, Richmond's million
aire tobacconist, gives a 25,000 site
tor the seminary, and the city of
Richmond contributes 125,000.
Rev. Dr. Daniel, moderator of the
Synod of North CuroUua, v.verday
received a telegram from Rey, Geo,
W Finley, moderator of the Virginia
Synod, sayiug : "The Synod of Vir
ginia sends coidiul greetings to the
Synod of North Carolina. The Syuod
ha3 arproved the overture of the
Board of Seminary, and consents to
remoyal."
i!0Ki;!vOX II. OA LI) 7 EL
ayiorx:y at law,
COXCOIII), N. C.
0: i i Morris building, opposite
tion to eyerybody, it is thought.
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On the lloye,
Capt. A H Propst is to-day mov
ing from the McEachern home on
Depot street into his handsome ne7
home on Main street.
Mr. R P Benson will occupy
rooms in rear of the opera house
building, where he today moved his
effects.
Mr. John M Young will move
tomorrow into his recently purchased
home on Loan street
Professional
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Nearly a Fire
Saturday evening at Mt. Pleasant
there came near being a fire. At
the tmldiog of the Frick Mfg. Co., 1 . M, ARGHEV , Jlf. P.
a gin is run. Some cotton was
being unloaded by the suction pro
ce3S and a match in the cotton
ignited. The flames rushed oyer
the building in a few seconds burn
ing off the loose lint.
Physician and Surr. on.
Concord, N, C.
OFFICE: ST. CLOUD ANNEX,
JN0. R. ERWIN. C A- MISENKEIMER
A barrel of water was convenient ERW IN & MISKNHEIMEIl
and a number of people present
aided in pntting out the fire.
The loss will be covered by a fev?
dollars.
Physicians and Surgeons
Office No. 3. Haxiy bmV:."n, op
posite 2nd Presbyterian church,
Charlotte. N. C
V.- t3
A Cliureli Wetldin.
On Thursday night next Mr.
Charles Eagle will be married to
Miss Matilda Lentz, Doth of Can
nonyille. The event will take place
in Bays' chapel at 8:30 o'clock, Rey.
J R Moose, the pastor, to officiate.
Take No Fusion in Tlieir's.
Fort Worth, Tex, Oct. 2G.
The State Executive: Committee of
the People's party met today in this !
city, with all the members present
either in person or proxy. About
fifty prominent membres of the
party from Ovei the State were in
attendance. The committee deter
mined on forming no fusion with
any of the other political parties
and will work alone both in the
State and national affairs, adhering
strictly to tha Omaha rdatfonn.
The committee will make no con cessions
whatever. The place for
holding the State Convention was
left with the committee to determine
later on, it will probably be held
Austin.
University of Virginia Burned.
The main building of the Univer
sity of Virginia at Charlottesville,
was bnrned Sunday night. The loss
3 $250,000, and strange to say, there
is an insurance on it all, of only
$25,000. Two of tha smaller build
ings were blown up with dynamite
to prevent the spread of the fire.
A Trip to'Baltlmore.
An agreement has been made by Scccks, Bonds and Grwn boii'V't and
three young men of this city to sold, or carried on Mr - h
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marry, wiin me understanding: mat r. a. cena ior exruautv ' (
all three, with their wiyes, go to the lar on speculation, also w
Speculation,
HAMMOND & CO.
Stock unci
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130 & 132 Pearl S'.re-t,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
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Baltimore exposition in 1897. ket letter.
Ladies wishing to get married and a -
trip to Baltimore may be accommo
dated by calling on three of the
handsomest clerks in Cannons &
Fetzer's store, who will furnish
them with conditions and particu
lars in general.
To save the innocent and married
ones from a gay and festiye rush of
colossal magnitude, we name the tiio
tnat propose this great undertaking :
Messrs. Sam Ervin, Ed. White and
my genial Watauga friend, Maun
Stuart.
(Free)
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Cokcord, N. C.
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Mr. ueo. iiiss
Char' rHe lv.
was over from
J. M. Odell,
D. B. CCLTRANE,
L. D. COLTRAKE,
Capital,
Surplus,
At
Fluent
.-ir.ier.
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$10,000
DIKECIOSf:"
J. M. Odell, 1). h
El am King, J. W, Ca nng:j
W R. Odell, W. IT, ill;
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We wisli to announce to tlie public of
CONCORD
AND
VICINITY
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BALT
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BARGAIN
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We have taken up quarters in the vacant store room, opposite the National Br.uk building, of
Concord, known as the
4-
J.itaker Building, Corner Main and I3epo
where we will open on or about NOVEMBER 1st, 1805, with an extensive line of
VERY FINE AND MEDIUM GRADE CLOTHING &2MZW0SMff
. mrtlnr.,tnrl bv HAMBURGER. STRAUS, SOULOSS BROS., ar.d other euch fine clothing makers. Tilts clothmg vre wili Ai r
!,':thVmhVnL le8S ban the mWr,facr pricea People, bo value their monev w.U cerU.nly u,it
oost you etodKre from $3.50 to A.on our other lines .0 handle th, toti.ne oi
r4 w?s c-.Tr scon on the counters m Concord.
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g- WAIT FOR OUR OPENING, NOVEMBER 1, ISO,".
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. SHAFPIRIO,
?: S. we will also handle a line of all
tea and rifles, repeating and single.
CONCORD, N . C
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