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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, January 01, 1895, Image 4

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THE tiger's banishment. ADMJNISTRATKIX NOTICE. IT is so Easy to Buy A Ho racli'i II in tirij and Journeys oil' to IarlM I'nknowii. New York, Dec. 31 Tammany officials whose terms expire to morrow were preparing to move to lay. M-iyor Gilroy packed up his private papers in the mayor's office abd' tnade ready to go after the meet ing of the board of estimate and ap portionment whiidi took final aclion on the . dt par tniental . estimate for 1805. The mayor said that he had not completed his plans for the future. He might 0 to Europe or to Florida in a few weeks on a vacation. :Aftei that he will probaly go into busi ness. He declared today that Tam many still had a bright future, and j that he would alwayo be iady to; work for the oruiisntion. p'iliis Holly, the mayor's secretary : he will b .? t h e cor r e s p o n ( l e n t o f a Ne w Yo r k n c :- i v: r, Other Tammany ofliciala who were making ready to move this morning were Daniel Engelhard, the mayor's marslr'; Gonie 15 Mc Clellan, president of the bo ml of aldermen; Sheriff John 15 Sexton; Coroners Shea and Shultz; Recorder Sm'ythe, and Judge Truax, of the Superior court. Mayor-e-oct; Strong will take possession of the mayor's cflice at noon tomorrow. There will pro6 ably be a liulo specch-makuig, and Co1, Strou will be introduced to the heads of the depai tments who will erve under him until 'a mayor's power of rtiLOval bill is passed. Very cold -weather sii:ce Christ inas, snow aiid ice plenty. N"o work goir, on. It takes all the time to get lire -wood and build fires. We are soiry to hear the Basainger distillery n . being rebuilt again, which was destroyed by tiresome Mrs. Rey. C V Lyerly came in from the west a few weeks a;o. She is not in good health. She came in just in time to escape the cold weatker. The Christmas tree at Bethel Evangeilcal Liuheran church Christma3 day, wa-j quite a treat to the children. Mr p. D Ilaittr Ilidc-nboiir, wliilc Teturniaj from milking btr cows, 'discoyeie l I utter on top of her :milk before she arrived at the Lou2e M Ritchie will return to Charlotte the 3rd inst. We hrd a very dull Christmas this year. Pientj whiskey wagons are going South. Sam Bailey's wagon vas taken a few days ago. There is too much corn whiskey, wethink, being handled over th country for good. t Heb. Money .o loan on leal estate, W G .Means attorney. tf Builbinga heated with " low pros sure seam, hot water ond hot air. : Water closets, bath tubs, lavato riep, ventilators, sinks, sewer pipe?, radiatorp, boilers, heaters, valves, pipes and fittings furnished. Ah work is done on scientific principles, such as would pass in spection in cur j large cities New York, Philadelphia and Chi cago and all woik is1 guaranteed to give entiie satisfaction. nnd Corbin street. j CnAPiiAN & Saittelfield. . Red Irish Bitch, between Concord and Catholic chinch on' Gold Hill road. Ja libeital reward will be given for Ier return to Dr.J L M Arcney or JJayid j-4rnhardt, DUKE g t-WMLMiiiiim i.ailiri'Miiii nrnm """"gjf ' 1 i'v "-A- -A- --V 'YJ'y'hh r-1 DUKEf DURHAM SiJ L llC ARffTTFQ T7rr W.DukO Sons CTrth hi-l'VTME AMERICA TCBACCO CG-SV1 1 ' V; rwf DL'RHAM, N.C, U.S.A. YJ.- MADE FROM 3ig!i tads Tsfsasso ABSOLUTELY PURE I Advertise in the Standard. Money is scarce, times are nQj l(t- 'A (ivKiii will Klill ' kg ' " fci(m .u Giviox hi: H i I nit f i WM MR m fi mHn SMS all 111 I II What shall these 4J.ifts" he i Something ns d'nl as well as ornamenta, of course. Let us suggest a few things. Well, if you want something for your husband, father or brother, We suggest a :ur of slippers, line soft' Kussia calf, or Coze calf. Serviceable, handsome and conifortables Nothing will add more to a work is done and ho seeks the pleasure ot home, than to take o IV his heavp shoes and rest his tired feet in a p;ur ol soft, easy slippers. Jt will draw a man home, and make him feel like it is good to be there, 'i hen it will add to his re spect. It gives a man an air of dignity to lure his feet aN tired in nice slippers. fI hey are nice to put on Sunday morn ings, too. Then theie wouldn't be'ganything wrong in giving a HANDSOME SCARF Oil TIE. It's a sine qua noi. 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 b'jst makes. It always gets away with a man, you know, "TC (UVE IT TO 1L1M I IN THE NECK !" Is your friend or relative a traveling man t If so, what's the matter with giving him a handsome Traveling Bag? Or if a trunk is wanted, we have just the right things traveling bags and truifks galore, of all sizes, makes and styles. Apropos sometimes a lady is compelled to cjive a man his "walking papers' Be considerate enough to prepare him for his lonely travels. Ladies We might suggest many othei things that would suit you. But fen nice 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 Xmas, We remain, yours truly, NO P. S, Prices especially hot cakes. Time nearly out. JJ 1X1 KJ1 RAW MATERIAL CHEAP AT THE Fenix Flour Mills, We are now selling FLOUR cheaper than it has ever been sold in Concord, especially when the quality of the goods is taken into consideration. We have just mailed to our customers, quotations which are extremely low. Wheatland corn always in demand at highest market prices'. We fill orders promptly and lurnish price list on application' Connerd, N. ( G.':T; CBOWELL, Proprietor, The undersigned having l-'n appoint ed and qualified as a( ministrutrix of the estate of Martha A. Lipe, deceased, Jill persons indebted to said estate, must make prompt payment; and a)l persons holding claims against said estate, must present the same for payment on or be fore the 14th day of November. 1895, or this notice will bo pleaded in bar forthei recovery. jV A HT1I A M. LIFE, Administratrix. This, t:e 1-Hh of lov.lSi)L Horth Carolina, Superior Court ) Cabarrus County. J. I Coothnan, et. al , heirs at law of I. E. Klutz, vsT. II. Sapp, Tobias Kcist- ler, et. al. To the Slieiiff of '"abarrus county : You are hereby commanded to sums mon U. .1. (ioodmanand Ely Goodman to t'e iuid appear before t lm judge of our Superior Court to be keld for the county ot I'abarrus, at tlie court house in Con cord on the Gth Monday before the first Monday in 31 arch, 180.1, at which time and place they can, if they see lit, make themselves parties, plahitiJT or defendant, in ihe above entitled case and take such action they may see lit to take with repaid to the matters involved in said sun. JAMES C, (II BSON", Clerk Superior Court. December 8, 1801 V,y or haid, but the feeling of kind- lfiriniim in tbo lmm;wi lipnrf cin-i.tnias, now as always before, io man's comfort when the day's r unks a Specialty. CX. JCUXZjJIjJX. low. Gold watches going like . 0 - & F. Ludden & Bates By Correspondence. Every tiling is in plain print, nrioas. Terms, Evervth inn NO MISUNDERSTANDING j No ('anger ot you paying more than anv one else Our One Price System Prevents that. A child can do just as well with us as the sharpest trader. Every Instrument Guaranteed all frt. paid.; Catalogues Free on application. Write to us PP. MI, MAIN HOUSE CHARLOTTE BRANCH, f p R STMAS FOR BIO FOLKS, LITTLE FOLKS AND ALL KINDS OF FOLKE. The Furniture Store presents for husbands, wives sons and daughters, mother and sisters. THE FURNITURE STORE presents for somebody else's daughter andpdrhaps somebody else's sister and your own dear i JULIA-ANN" Nojilace like the FURNITURE STORE. Everybody concedes the fact that if you want a presenter a BRIDE or GROOM the Furniture Store of OANNOftS, EETZER & BELL ! is the place to get it. P. S. A carsload of presentsjust in. C. F, & B TAKES PARIS4 BY STORM! Its Sensntionaliem exceeds "Theodora" or La Tosca. man killed with an axe. Big Lot of fancy . DRESS Worth 25 and 30 cents going at 20 cents. Sweeping reduction in dress goods. Lot of 42 and 44 in DKESS GOODS that was 75 and 85 to close at 50 cents Don't fail to see our 50 and 52 inch TEMPLETON SOCKING Worth COcents to close at 45 cents. GOO'D OUTING, 5C Big lot oi SPOOL COON to close at 20c per dozen. See Us on Black Dress Goods we can save your cash. mm Musi j. fa, I. SAVANNAH. GA. W. Al. Vv HEELER, Manager. T x -A H 0 NT N X MONDA anything in uFedora" Pits full of Tigers and a GOODS Cannons 5s Fetzer.

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