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A BATCH OF LOOAL NEWs!"
lliiNdiH&r Pencil liitier.
Mr. Caleb Pitts has a fresh milk
cow for sale. Call on him. m13 1w.
SSee change in the ad. of Ludden
This weather is only a slight evi
rW of the approach of Spring.
'Mr. Detter, the aged father in-law
Ambrose F Hileman, of No. 5,
died Monday night.
Vjfl. V N iMitchell waa in town
Tuesday. Our good old friend,
while quite feeble, keeps a-going.
"iVhe Herald says that Representa
ji,e Julian has arrived home and id
Sv bn-ge in the adyertssemrnt of
ILowfc v Soil. It "A ill bf to vnnr ii
W J v ,
in a, Tew days we hope to have a
mi'inlcr of articles, by our physi-c-:.!ic,
on Bacteria etc.
Mr. Abram Block fell at the skat
ing rink in Charlotte Tuesday niht
i nd broke an arm.
Mr. Samuel Tarlton, of Mill Hill,
umes to the frontwith the best Geld
)f wheat yet reported.
Any one desiring extra copies of
I ''lesday's Standard can be supplied
; y calling at this ofllce.
New schedule on the Southern next
Sunday. The morning train and
:vcuiug train will arrive here latter.
From all quarters we get com
pliments for Tuesday's issue of the
Standard. Eyerybody seemed great
ly interested in the articles.
-ir. J F Correll, who is ass
dwith Mr. A B Correll, in the
j-welry business?, has purchased a
Mrs. KV Coriell who has heen
quite unwell with inll imrnatory
rheumatism for a week, Is improv
es. Mr. i) F Cannon js down with
the grippe. He has been unwell
for seseral days, but was not con
:.ued until the past few day3.
The divorce business is on the
;oreae. Just six divorces were
granted at the recent term of Wake
Superior co irt.
The city council of Columbia, S.
r , refund the United States Marine
Baud a privilege to give a concert in
the opera house in that city on Sun-'ay.
cow catcher of the South
bound train was muddy up to its
Just what it had gone through
iramst what it ran. we could
THE RUSH OJF HUMANITY
IVople Who Travel, Sceu by Our
Mr. J H McDowell, of Chars
lotte, waa in the city.
-Mr. John C Wads worth went
over to Caarlotte today.
Miss Laura Gourley has re
turned from a visit of several days
to relatives at Flow's.
Mr and Mrs. Fred Swink
spent Tuesday in Charlotte visiting
the family of Dr. II C Herring.
Miss Besfcie Benson, who was
quite sick at school near Asheville is
Mrs. G W Montcastle, Miss
Camilla Hunt and little Miss Cam
ill e Montcastle, of Lexington, spent
Tuesday m the city.
Mrs. E F Correll will leave
tomorrow for Gaffney, S. C , where
her nusband, Mr. Correll is doing
LOWE & SO N ,
Esq. II C Cook's school at Sossa
man's, No. 10 township, .will close
on the 29th with an entertainment!
beginning at 3 olclock.
;raul Free Open Air Concert.
Dr. II. II Cornell and family will
give a series of Free Concerts on the
streets of Concord, commencing
Tuesday, consisting of comic, senti
mental and character songs.
Adrian C Cornell, the great boy
vantriloqist with-his wooden headed
family makes a hit eyery where.
Mind reading by Mrs. Cornell and
son. Music on a variety of instru
ments by Dr. Cornell. Slate
writing, legerdemain, mesmerism.
The old original English talking
figures or Funch and Judy etc , etc.
Entertainment pure, moral and
instructive. Bring your ladies and
children, by the court house at 2 p.
in. and 7:30 p. m , weather permit
ing. Doors open both end3 of the
street. Everybody come, mil 3t,
(.one to England.
Capt II A Judd, of New London,
has gone to England to meet with
the stockholders of the Bilesville
mine. Capt Judd is of the opinion
that the stockholders intend arraKg
ing to start up operations at the
isids to be ICecclvel lor i arryin;
JIail on tlieltimcr lloutc.
gay time on the North end
. f Spring street Tuesday night. Sev
.ral volleys of pistol shots were
A novelty in the way of drummers
in the city. It wa3 Miss Alice
''rliman, a representative of the
thread company of W M Clark. Miss
I'arliman is a line salesady and in
one day handles more yards of goods
man all our merchants do in manv
There was a terrific gas explosion
ui the mines of the Black Diamond
Coal Company, at Coal Creek, Tenn.,
Monday, and three men iniured,Sam
Brooks fatally, and Jim Shadrick
h spriouslv. The
utrance caught fire from the exb
.losion and has since been burning.
The Beaufort Herald .tells of the
leftth of Thomas Leland, the 18
month old child of Sheriff M A Hill,
Beaufort. The death was caused by
ois swallowing a peanut hull four
weeks before. It caused intense
suffering and the child died on
Advertisements have been posted
c tiling for bi Is for carrying the
mails from Concord to Kluttz,
Rimer and Goyern and back to Con
cord, from May 7, 1805, to June 30,
18. The mail is to leave Concord
at 0 a. m., on Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays, and is to arrive at
Concord at 5 p. in., of the same day.
All proposals must be in the form
prescribed by Department, and ac
companied by a bo id executed by
the bidder and two or more sureties
in the sum of $400. Blank forms
may be had of the postmaster of
Concord, who will receive bids until
March 23, at which time all bids
will be. forwarded to the Depart
The ew Magistrates..
The Standard has made an effort
to secure the name3 of the new mag
istrates for Cabarrus. There will
be thirteen vacancies to fill and
thirty-six extra ones. Among
those for No. S will be found these :
J F Moose, A W Moose and M L
Buchanan. Among those of No. 12
will be found Capt. J M Alexander,
MC Walter, J M Burrage, W H
Blume, R O S Miller, C A Pitts and
W L Robbins.
3Ir. Wadsuorth-s Administrators.
Mr. Chas. F Wadsworth, of this
city, and Mr. Jas. W Cannon, of
Concord, were yesterd ay appoin ted
ftflminatrators of the estate of the
late Mr. J W Wadsworth. Char
WE HAVE MOVED
CUR DRY GOOD
out of the Kimmons building into
the Lore store room We Jhave onr
Entire Stock, Dry Goods - Shoes,
Clothing, Hats etc, in one house
now we offer this week our entire
line of Calico at 4 cents,
75 dozen Gentlemen Linen Collars
AT 5 CENTS
We have eight Show Cases that we
will sell cheap.
One pair scales.
Two cheese cases.
LOWE & SON
J5F"8iiccessors to The Lowe Company.
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Professional Card.I Speculation
ST With thelcoming ef Bpring our
store takes on a
Everything bright and fresh.
Shoppers are coming at doable
quick to see our handsome line of
silks in all the exquisite shades.
FANCY, STAPLE and EVENING
5TFor wedding gowns th white
is simply perfect . Bridesmaids will
rejoice in the colors. Yes, our line
of silks are the most correct things,
latest imported Cnina, India, Satin,
Dachesse, love waist silk in exquis
site tints, tappatees, for shirt .vaists
changabie effects in all btyles and
the beauty of these goods aro made
known when you heai the prices.
Is the month wheri the season's
stjdes have been decided and settled
upon, we have them in our weh
known lines of Merchandise. Our
are the prettiest aud most stylish in
the city and now we ask you to come
I and be convinced that we have the
OF SUMMER SE V--SON
ever eeen in Concord and the prices
will astound you, they are eo cheap.
Buge Dress Goods 12c worth 25c.
Satens 10c worth 15a and they come
in dress patterns, too.
We call special attention to our
line of Mens, Ladies, Misses and
Children's shoes. We always try to
carry the best made and ouce you
buv of us you buygagain, our prides
are low as the lowest. Thanking
you for past favorsTe are truly
MORRION, LENTZ & CO
(kd National Bank.-
Concord, N. C.
J M. Odell,
D. B. Ccltr.vnte,
L. D. COLTU.VNL,
Surplus, ; 10,000"
DI HFC U)KS;-i-.?.
M. Odki.l, 1). F. Cannon!
Flam King, J. W. Canxok,
h Odi-u, Wr..H, Lilly,
D. , Colt ha xi:.
I have located in Concord for the
practice of medicine and surgery,
and respectfully ask the public for a
share of their patronage I may be
found at my office at any hour of
the day or at my residence at night
when not out professionally, and)
will gladly respond to all calls; Stocks, Bonds and Grain boujhtand
promptly. sold, or carried on Margin ..
Officeunder that of jMontgomery P. S. Send for;explanatory circus
& CroivelL Respectfully, lar on speculation, ; also weekly mir-
tf J. E. Smoot. M. D. ket letter. .(Free) : dwly
HAMMOND & CO.
130 & 132Pral Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
YALUABLi-: TOWN VUOVEhTX
The, following valuubls town
property is oil', red Tor sale, private,
which k iouuod m the northern
part of the city on ? h-.; e.ist si(h of
Forest Hi!! :
On two-stor'. 7 room house,
good well, stable, urohard nnd out
hC'UEiedv; one t ao story, 0 ro -in house
;ind on 4 ron hiinn on S!. Charles
street, and one soe horn on Main
street. Tnia property can be bought
on easy term?, which will be made
Address W. P. Shea ley,
Ilincolnton, N. C.
or W. L. U)bbin3, Concord, N. C
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SALE OF LAND.
L'ruler and by virtue of a'docree of the
Superior Court of Cabarrus county in a
special proceeding entitled, Edward
Gray, J Dove and Harry Gray ,j his
next friend, A J Stouijh, ex partee, 1,
John'D Host, as commissioner, v.-ill ex
pose to public sale on the first Monday
in April lbtJ j, the same beinir the first
day of April, at 1 o'clock, p m, in front
of the canst house dvXr in Concord, a
certain tract of land in No. 11 township,
said county, adjo'.nin-r. the land of J
Doye M ' Corl, J Rel and J C Fdrgur
son, containing (40) forty acre more or
less which said land is fully set torth in
the complaint or petition lilei in said
Terms of sale: One-third ca,h, balance
on six months credit, note and approved
security required with interest from date
of s lie. Title reserved till all purchase
ofmoiey i pabl. J NO. D. HOST,
Febv.JIS, 'O.j, Commissionec