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A BATCH OF LOCAL NEWS.
rirkMl lT him! int in Nhnpo By Our
lIiistllHtf leiifll Pastier.
A perfect day.
The Legislature did not meet on
Monday until 3 o'clock.
The Chattanooga Times is to me
sued on libel charge for $?5,000.
The jiil will doubtless be relieved
of some of its occupants after court.
Mr. John Clina is thinking of
joining the boys and learning to
Mr. Painter, the weather signal
observer in Charlotte, d:ed Monday
Oar ex-devil had a great time to
day a monkey and grind organ was
A man. circulating counterfeit
niekles, was arrested in Greensboro
Main street presents a very neat
"appear:! ne since the scrapers have
passed over it.
When the jail gets too full, the
authorities will then put into use
the old calaboose.
Mr. Craven has ploughed up a
part of the cemetery. He plants the
dead and raises the peas.
Mr. A II March, father of Mrs.
Ed. Fisher, has arrived in the city
from Davidson county and will make
Concord his home.
Mr. C II Wilmouth, the elegant
gentleman representing Luddeu Oi:
Hates music house cf Charlotte, warj.
Hi the city today.
The Standard learns that Esq.
A A Morris, cf Ilarrisburg, is con-
u-uijM.iiiijv niuwug iu luVfU. lie
will be heartily welcomed.
Co::crd is to have r. co'.v-hidmg
as w-i! ;n Charlotte. 1: is our re
porter. Will give full particulars,
ii living, wnen it comes oil.
A man at Louisville, Ky., com- j
mi tied suicide by hanging himself.
His body was found dangling from
a limb of a tree in the city cemetery.
Evangelist Pearson has commenced
a meeting at Chapel Hill. May he
cause foot culture there to be sup
planted by head and heart culture.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Hathcock, of Forest Hill,
died Monday afternoon and was
buried today, Tuesday, at the ceme
tery. Dr. W II Wakefield, of Charlotte,
will be in Concord at the. St. Cloud
on Friday, February lat, for one
day. Practice limited to eye, tar,
nose and throat. febl
Mr. Lawson Misenheimer, 6ays the
Observer, is dangerously ill at his
home in Charlotte. Mr, Misen
heimer is a native of Cabarrus
Mr. Pink Misenheimer will move
his mother to town Thursday and
Mr. Misenheimer will go to the
Commercial College, Charlotte, next
Not as a thief in the night, hut
naturally as a dog would, a flop
eared hound helped hirxself to a nice
hunk of fresh meat from Graber's
market thia morning.
Mr, C T Troy and Miss Eosa
Kesiah will be married tonight at
the home of the bride on North
Main sereet. Kev. M A Smith, of
Forest Hill Methodist church, will
perform the ceremony.
See the notice elsewhere in this
issue inviting some one with $600
to inspect a model for a switch for a
raihoad siding. It looks as if it ia
alright, and the object is to give it a
thorough test. The gentleman who
iaincnarge, is' open and fair about
it, and wants all points clearly understood.
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
People WIio Travel, ns Been by Our
Mr. S J Lowe has returned
Mr. Chas. F Kitchie spent Sun
day in Salisbury.
Mr. Tiease Motley, of Spring
ville, wai in the citj today.
Miss Mattie Pharr, of Kockwell,
Kowfta county, is visiting in the
Mcss:s. II J Hirshinger and S Ll
Prescon, of Charlotte, spent the day I
in the crv.
Mr. 01:iver Kussell, one of Capt.
Propst's force at Gailaej, S. C, is
in the city.
Mrs. K rider, of Rowan county,
mother of Mrs W C Boyd, is visit
ing in the city.
Misses Gilbert and Wilson, of
Brooklyn, N. Y., who have been
spending some time in the city, left
this morning for Hot Springs, N. C.
, t vr ti i. n i .
-ii, ij m xunci, mo uaiiucuuic
,1 I.,- 1 .1
and popular Kichmond drummer,
who pays visits to our city so often,
spent the day here with friends, as
Chas. .Branch, whose throat has
closed up and who has been feeding
himself through a silver tube that
enters directly his stomach, for
several years, was married last Sun-
dav. Curid doesn't care auvlhinc
The tobaceo' and whi&ky-
part of the tobacco Kepreaantative
Uiieman did not ljy from Crtt-r j
,i i r 4.x t' i '
is now the property of the I mU-d j
itutes. bi-izjd and "lyin m state
for IK) days, the owner failing to lay
j claims tu it, lo.-x0 his goods.
The Sttindard received a very nice
letter from Mr. J M Ilarrir, late of
llai a i&hurg. II
e is now engaged m
busincsr in Forte Mills, 8. C
Ila.-.is w rites for the Standard to
visit him leidarly ''I 'm boarid,"
says he, "to keep up with old (':il:ti
rus." Thers no better way.
At (Yiilral !! lioil -t in llir .Tl o mi i .
At Central Methodist
cnui cj i
Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock a
bsejutiful marriage ceremony will
take place, it being the charming
daughter, Miss Ma?, of lie v. and
Mrs. Pi H Parkf r, of this city, to Mr.
Gaston Ayery Greer, of Asheyilie.
The ceremony will be xerformed by
Rev. Parker, the bride's father.
A party with $500 to work a raiN
road patent. The model can be been
at the Morris Hotel until tomorrow
evening at 7 o'clock.
Our Half "
Dr. J P Gibson will, on the 1st of
February assumo control of the hall
over his drug store. The military
company had it leased and let it out
for various purposes. The company i
will continue to use it for the
Dr. Gibson, we learn, will make
numerous changes and Gt it up more
like a hall. Me ii now negotiating
for a piano and crg&n. The absence
of these has caused many a credits
able entertainment to miss the town
or to be very much hampered.
The Discovery Swved His Life.
Mr. G Gaillouette, Druggist, at
Beaversville, 111., says: "To Drl
King's New Discovery I owe my
life. Was taken with LaGrippe and
tried all the physicians for miles
about, but of no avail and was given
up and told I Gould not live. Having
Dr. King's New Discover in my
store I sent for a bottle and began
its use and from the first dose began
to get better, and after using three
was up and about agaiu. Ic is worth
its weight in gold. We won't keep
store or house without it." Get a
J free trial at Fetzer's Drug store.
I represent the Charlotte Steam
Laundry. Any one desiring to 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 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 am not there
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
I solicit your custom, and only
ask for a trial.
J1 lm H. E. Kid en hour. Agt
Sometimes an oflice-nolding poli
tician Gred by ambition, and some
times he is find by his superior
nmcer after the opposing party has
won a victory. SomerriUe Journal,
I A co'd wave is coming ana if you j
j want to keep warm, buy vour coal
' f i l tr:...
ul iruwu cv ivimmons ; tney nave
the best in the market. Leave your
orders a: Kimuiom store and they
will b filled promptly. We also
keep shop coal on hand constantly
fjboihv Brown & Kimmoxs-
IImIii4mI ICailroad Kitten.
Xorth Carolina State Convention
of Temperance Workers, Kdeigh, N.
j.C. Tickets on ai'a January 22:
:::.d I.ir:.i:. J.innnrv ys l sor ;
J m.m.j (VV) iUl'li
Fare fur round trip $G 70.
ADMIN 1 ST U A T ( ) I V S NO TI C E.
Having (jualiticd as the Administrator
f lary Kdgeion, deceased, all persons
owing sai l estate are hereby' notified that
Ui(jy m;ike immeai:ltev p:lymcilt) or
-ml will be brought. And ail persons
having claims against said estate must
pieiiit them to the undersigned, only
authentieated, on or before the 1st day
of July, l'i;, or this notice will be plead
in bar tor their recovery.
(J. P. cLlNE,Administrator.
1'his, December r,, ISO t.
Uy. W. M. SMITH, Attorney
kxxJu IVWS NO HUE.
II iviiig qualified as the Exeeulor
of Po'ert A, Crimminser, deceased,
ill persomt owin.ij b.ikI estate are
hereby notified that they must
make immedato pavmont or suit
will bo brought. And all persons
ii ivmg (uaims ag vinst sum estate
inns', proton t tliem to tno under
signed duly authenticated on or be14
fore t'io Pith day of January 189G,
or this notice will be plead in bar
of their recovery.
J. A. Barnuardt, Executor.
This 12th day of January, 1895.
sale of valuable town
Bvvirtuoof authority vested in
me by a deed of trust from Caleb A
Suther to James C Gibson, clerK of
the Superior Court for Cabarrus
county for the benefit of six children
of said C A Suther named in said
deed of trust which is dated Jan
uary 10, 1880 and duly registered in
the Xtesister of Deeds oliice of Ua
barrus county in book 31, page 33 1.
I will on Monday the 3rd day of
February 1895 sell at the courthouse
door in Concord at 12 o'clock, noon,
all that town lot on Church street
said town, adjoining the lots of the
late W C Kime, Josey Suther and
others, and known as the Caleb
Suther lot, for the metes ana
bounds of which-see said deed of
trust. Terms of sale $350, three
hundred and fifty-dollars cash, the
balanco on (6) months time note and
approved security required at 8 per
cent, interest from date of sale.
Jas. C. Gibson,
Trustee and Ulerk Superior Court.
This, December 19, 1895. dw
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer.
Good middling 5 05
Middlings 4 87
Low middling ; 4 62
Stains 4 to4 75
Corrected bv C. W Swink.
Sugarcured nams 11 to 14
Bulk meats, sides 8 to 9
Butter 9 15
Ohickena... ...10 to 12
gga - 12
Lard 8 toll
Flour (North Carolina 1.75
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ay Rend to the publishers for f roe pomphM.
OjT" JJo not buy cheap reprints of ancient editions.
THE ARM LOCK
Adjusted tit both ends.
The most comfortable Bed
Spring yet known to the
world. It will not get one
sided it stands perfectly
square and will not bes
THE ARM LOCK
is in many of the best
homes in town and county.
Mr John P, Allison and
Dr. L. M. Arcliey say it
is complete and they
would not do without
For farther particulars call
U11 m$ 01' address.
J. Wallace Cook.
Concord, N. C,
SOUTHED JKLLIGO COAL.
COAL ON THE MARKET,
HIGHEST HEATING CAPACITY
LEAST PER CENT OF;ASHES.
Three Grades. Prompt delivery.
S -TRY IT -Samples
JT Leave orders at G E F Kjher's
storeor with myvvaon3.I
K. L. CRAVEN.
All persons are hereby notified
that the Jmuary, 1895, term of the
Superior Court for Cabarrus county
will not be opan before Thursday,
the 24th aay of January 1895, ana
all jurors, witnesses and suitors will
not attend before that day, Januaiv
24 1895. And further, all suitors
and witnesses in ciyil actions will
not attend before Monday,' Jan. 28,
1895 of the second week, as the civil
docket will not be called before that
time. By order,
Jas. C. Gibson,
Clerk Superior Court.
SEMNI AR Yi
A Flourishing: School for Young
Ornamental Branches Receive
REV. C. L. T. FISHER, A. Ml
MOUNT PHEASANT N. C.
THE LAST OF THE BAIIUCII '
Six to nine years old
have been thrown out at
the low price of 7oc for
choice. They are
$7.50 overcoats for 4.75,
C 50 -suits for 3,75.
4.50 suits for 2.50.
as low as low as 40 and
7'J cents. Undershirts
for 40 cts All-wool
overshirts at cost.
Calico 2 12 cents per yard.
Outing 4 and 5 cents per yard.
Vrool dress goods, pants cloth,
satin, all remnants of silk 15
cents per yard.
Don't fail ro buy some of
the small shoes, 12 to I, at 50
and one half
at 70 cents. ""
State and all
of the best
makes at the 1
The price ou
our entire j
been ; cut in
two. All vvin-
ter goods must
now go at your
tee low i mm.