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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, March 25, 1895, Image 3

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A BATCH OF LOCAL NEWS. iisfIiH Pencil 1'iiNlicr. ?. t all those who desire to be ... .,cor of Concord hold up their A A A J v tf- ft) i-e factories are now paying $1,50 vr-I for wood, i ropri .-tor Crowell, of the Fenix :r received two car loads oi :A Saturday, from Richmond. ;.jt every good Democrat come t to the primaries on April 3, at 8 : (M..Ck P. III. : wife of J L Odell, who used 1 vj here, died in Salisbury, Sat- Mack Ilartsell, of No. 10, is . . ; up a number of goats. II e jlc out Saturday. ;u. Ed. Cine is yet unable to be li- lias had quite a severe W A Ridenhour of St. John's : : ;::hborhood, will go to Charlotte few days to enter the Co miner - '! Collie. I..;. L'Kjueux, former pastor of ir Tent church, preacher Snn- vf iteming and night, at the First 'bytenau church. Rev. J J) Arnold, of the Greens- r o Female College, preacled at 1'oicst Hill Methodise church l,nday morning an night. jJon't forget the date of the Primaries, Wednesday, April 3. : ;.e convention will be held Friday : ;gbt, April 5. The new superintendent of the G Patterson Manufacturing Corns :auy has rented the Swink house on i - rot street. Miss Keeler, a 1G year old girl and . -ttp daughter of Mr. Wm. Fite, of Jannouville, died Sunday of pneu monia. Her remains were interred J y (Monday) at the cemetery. ike Standard hada very pleasant eiter from its former Forest Hill respondent, Mr J M Underwood. Iow it did remind us of the spicy iters we once got from him. Success is the reward of merit" ri of assumption. Popular appre Nation is what tells in the. long run. "or fifty years, people have been if"' tig Ayer's Saraap irilla, and today is the bloodpurifier mo3t in fayor ' 'tlx tne public. Ayer's Saraaparilla Mr. Geo. E 1'hifer, of Morgan just 20 years of age, died in pii'irlotte Saturday night of appen- uJ3. He wa3 sick juat a week. Miey are finding some large nug . t? of gold at the Ingram mine in ' nAy county. Recently a two- ' ::d piece wa3 found. The feyer ' - running high, faster comes on April 14tb; many -iie3 already have measurements in or bonnets.- .They will have to be '-11 and slim to work easily between sleeves. A gentlemen, of Richmond, being ' re on his firs!; visit, expressed him :lf u3 delighted with Concord. He v t3 surprised to find it so large and :-wirjg such a substantial character. cur atlention is called to the ad :U3etuent by Mr. J P Allison. It -i natural to see him at hia old '-n, where he pong did business, : - hia advertisement elsewhere in paper and then go and inspect - - hoods, and learn his prices made -nit the times. base of Ayer's Hair Vigor is a 1 and delicate fluid, which 1 no soil or become rancid by ex-:r-to the air, and which is as ' substitute for the oil sup "; -- y nature m youth and health, -c '-"n chemistry can produce. THE RUSH OF HUMANITY. : : wmmim n-lll MlWWMMi 'H,,o Vl,o Travel, hs S.en by P Jteiorler. Mr. D F Cannon lotte today. is in Char- Mr. Pink Misenheimer returned to Charlotte Sunday night. Mr. p B Fbtzer is expected home from the North Wednesday. Mr. A H Propst went to Gaffney today. Mr. B S German, of Raleigh, was m the city Sunday. Mr. Ed. F Correll came up from Gaffney Saturday night. Miss Maud Brown is visiting at her Uncle's, Capt. Jake Fisher, in Rowan county. Mr. F V Snell, ol Greensboro, was in the city today, shaking hands with his many friends. Mr. Crawford Johnson and family, of Mooresville, are visiting Mr. Milas Johnson, cf our city. Misses Lola and Bessie Ritch, who have been spending a week in the city with relatives, returned this morning to their borne in Salisbury. -r t t . The chain gang will begin at once to repair the bridge at little Cold Water creek on the Mt. Pleasant road. Our readers will remember that the hard rain of last Tuesday undermined the rock abutments. There was quite a large crowd in town Saturday. The progress of farming, the weather and many other subjects were discussed, chief among them politics and the new justices. Israel Harris, burley negro who has been wanted here for some time for larceny and an affray with a colored woman, was lodged in jail Sunday night. He was captured in No. township. Mr. Noah Harris, who was bos3 of the caiding and spinning depart ment of the Cotton Mill at China Grove, got his band caught in tne machinery, from which several fingers were torn. It happened last Thursday. His home is in Burl ington. m m Xn Tlie C'oiit'ortl Street Hallway. The Standard has it; "from good authority that the people will soon see a change in the street railway. Some people have complained that it remained .here unused. Once or twice the Standard. has spoken of it as a great inconvenience as it now is. But there are two sides to all things. The road wa3 built for the benefit and improyement of Concord; and it did advertise the town more than any one thing that has been inaugurated in Concord for the last ten years. The gentlemen, who were behind it, while they hoped to make it a payir.g investment gave the town thetbenefit of a splendid advertisment. That it did not suc ceed is not the fault of the gentlemen who spent their money. Many of them lost money, some few very heavily, and let us all have patience until a change is effected. It is coming, but all things can not be done in ene day. Did You Ever Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles ? If not, get a bottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of all Female Complaints, exerting a won derful direct influence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have Loss cf Appetite, Consti pation, Headache, Fainting Spells, or are Neryous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy or troubled with Dizzy Spells, Electric Bitters is the medi cine you need. Health and Strength are guaranteed by its use. -Large bottles only fifty cents at Fetzer's drug store. & SON, On sale this week about 100 Gentlemen's White smite, bought as samples, that cost from 89.00 per dozen that we want to clean out and have put tnem on bargain counter at 50 cent each, iiie value is unmatchible. T tie Linen Collars we are selling at have quite a lot Good Values this week in Calico at 4 cents per yard. We have on Bargain Couuter this week an immense lot of Lace, Hamburg and Edging at just half the former price, which makes it unusually low. All ot our lOc Crinkle Seersucker now at 5c. Ladies' Wool Dress Goods at prices that can only be met by strictly cash houses. We have a few pairs, perhaps 50, of the small size Zeigler Bros. Shoes That will now go out at 50c per pair. Y ou have never bought them at such prices. Our business will be conducted on a strictly a cash basis, and we don't want, and will not have, any bad ac counts to charge up, and "add. on to the price of our goods, and make cash customers pay the lr)SS. KUM TO OUR HOUSE and you can rest assuree that you will always get your wants supplied at the very lowest possible cash price. 'SEVERAL SHOW CANNONS & FET2ER are offering special inducements 1 -for the next We cannot enumerate the styles and prices, but invite you to Inspect our line and see our prices. If you don't buy it won't be our fault. If you wear PANTS, lend us your ear. W e have just received Five Hundred Pairs: fine all wool pants that are slightly damaged we offer these at $1.00 and up to 2.50. The ordinary price would be $3.00 to 5.00, THIS IS YOUR One thousand pairs Cottonade pants, heavy andj'stronJfor everyday use, to go at the astonishing price of J m so oiEnsnrs .: jpjojeii jlT3 Five hundred pairs Cottonade'Pants at 75c that sold for $1.5 last year. All new and perfect jjoods. Boys' long pants at 50c. NOW IS THE Yours to CANNONS -& 5 -ents are going rapidly, left yet. We are Going LOWE & SO CASES AT A BARGAIN. ten days, 'OPPORTUNITY TIME TOUBUYf please TZER. H NEW GOODSK MEW GOODS 0- JB2TSVith thecoming of spring our store takes on a NEW DRESS 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 SHADES, EsTFor wedding gowns the white is 6imply perfect. Bridesmaids will rejoice in the colors. Yes, our line of silks are the most correct things, latest imported China, India, Satin, JDuchesse, love waist silk in exqui site tints, tappatees, for shirt .vaists chansrable effects in all stjles and the beauty of these goods are made known when you heai the prices. m march m Is the month when the season's styles have been decided and settled upon, we have theiu in our well known lines of Merchandise, Our line of " WOOLEN DRESS GOODS are the prettiest and most stylish in the city and now we ask you to come and be convinced that we have the HANDSOMEST LiNE -OF SUMMER SEA SON GONDS- eyer seen in Concord and the prices will astound you. they are so cheap. REMNANTS! REMNANTS o Buge Dress Goods 12c worth 2oo Satens 10c worth 15c and they coruo 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 oiice you buv of us you buy4again, our prices are low as the lowest, lhankint you for pastfavorsjweare truly Morrion, Lentz & Co (. Coxcord, N. C. J. M. Odell, President, I), B. Ccltrane, Cashier. L. D. Coltraxe, Assistant Cashier Capital, Surplus, 850,000 $16,000 DIRECIOttS; J. M. Odell, i) F. Caxxon; Elam King. J. W. Caxxox, V. II. Odell, W. H, Lilly, D. B, Coltrane. TRUSTEE'S SALE. By and under authority vested in me in a deed of trust from J Ivey Cruse, and duly registered in the Register's oflice for Cabarrus county in Book o, pages 232-3, I, as trustee, will expoae to public sale for cash, at the court hou33 door in Concord On Monday, the 15th day of. April, 1895, all that tract jf laud named in said deed of trust, adjoining the lands !of Richard Walker, Mary Ritcnie, D M Cruse and others, in No. 6 township, said county, being a part of the Sandy Cruse tract of land and laid off to mid J Ivey Cruse in division of land and con taining in the aggregate C51 acres and being in two tracts, one of ill acres and the other 17 acres. Sale to take place t 12 o'clock noon on said day. JULIA WHEELER, Nee JULIA FISHER, This March 16, 1895. Trustee. SALE OF LAND. Under and by virtue of a'decree of thu Superior Court of Cabarrus county in a special proceeding entitled, Edward Gray, J Dove and Harry Gray ),y his next friend, A J Stough, ex partee, I, John D Bost, as commissioner, will e.v- pose to public sale on the first Monday in April 1895, the same beinr the first day of April, at 1 o'clock, p m, in front of the court house door in Concord, a certain tract of land in No. 11 township, said county, adjoining the lands of J Doye, M J Corl, J Reed and J C Furger son, containing (40) forty acres more or less which said land is fully set iorth in the complaint or petition riled in said special proceeding. Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance on six months credit, note and approved security required with interest from date of sale. .Title reserved till all purchase ofmoney is paiJ. JNO. D. BOST, Fcby IS, 'O), Commissions : Concord a

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