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BY JAMES I. COOK.
fhe Dally Standard
A Suspicious Death.
A reporter of the Standard heard
on the Western train Monday night
of a very suddou death, about which
there is inucli" suspicion. Tuesday's
Salisbury Herald says:
"Mrs. Keistler, the inoiher of Mr.
Wellington Kestler, of Steele town-
. -- --- jjp jie(i suddenly Saturday niht
Standard is published every at the home of her daughter, in Ire
OFriCE IT CASTOR BTJTLDIV
The Danger is Averted by Using
THE RACKET STORE
day (8.-..? day ctipt-v.t) and delivers
ed by carriers.
rv.ii!:s or huuscrii-tion
One year - ?i 00
Six months 2 00
Threi-: months 1 00
Terua3 for regular advertisements
made known on application.
Address aliVommuications to
Concord. N. C.
CONCORD, MAY 8,
Those who confidently expected to
hear of a funeral of the Democratic
paity. have to look elsewhere for a
L-orr.e. The town elections went
dell county, where she had g -ik on
a visit. The body was brought back
to her old home yesterday fur burin!
at Thyatira church. Becuus,- of
certain suspicious circmstAiic-s the
bi rial was forbidden by re a ived of
the deceased and the corpse was
taken charge of by a deputy sheriff.
Cornor Dorsett was requested to hold
an inquest and "left this morning
for that purpose. '
Cotton weigher Bigger received a
letter chat telle of the trouble. There
was bad b'ood between a son and
son-in-law of Mrs. Keistler, and the
son-in-law was going to bury her
without informing the son, and the
latter, Gnding it out, had to get out
papers to stop the burial, the son-in-law
being so anxioca to have it over
U -u.. Oie'b be.-..' edp-cially a
white Confederate that reveres the
m em: it of -iilaut soldiers of the
that- little Mis
all about to ki'uw
Julia Jacks --n Chris-
iCii: i, Id
at ii.:- p
CJov. Turney's Inauguration.
Na3hville, Tenn., May 8.The
last sent in the contested Gt-ernor-jhip
of this State was taken today
whenJGovernorPeter Turney took the
oath of ofiice to serve another two
year-. The inauguration tools place
at noon and wa3 witnes-ed by a large
co-wii. The Republican members
uuNrii tin- rimnumoLt i 0f t;,t. Legislature declined to attend
h ; 'OOta. is a :MSt ! ina""u ration and instead took the
jnurning train for Chattanooga to
! entertained by lion. 11 Clay
iLcins, the defeated candidate.
- l-c!v -;hte:
y ,c ly e:.re;t;.-iD the pill
i uesuuv, ui t .it'll an
Th- old i The sample room at the St. Cloud
hotel bus bet-n converted into a din
i iDir hall ana will bo used as such
We print th words of the "Old j hile the dining room ic undergoing:
North State Forever." It dow iood a course of repairs. The room will
"Nearly forty years ago, after
turned pray and began falling out
so rapidly that I was threatened
with immediate baldness. Hearing
Ayer's Hair Vigor highly spoken of,
X commenced using this prepara-
S it 3
Think of It--We Save
oney on Nearly
DRY GOODS DEPAPRTENT.
pifit. i 1 1 ii i bleached linen table damask 40 cents per yard, Fi- .
three inch turkerylred table damask 27 cts per yard, Forty-sh "
inch table oil cloUi at locts per yara.
tion, and was so well satisfied with
the result that I have never tried
any other kind of dressing. It stop
ped the hair from falling out, stimu
lated a new growth of hair, and kept
the scalp free from dandruff. Only
an occasional application is now
needed to keep my hair of good,
natural color. I never hesitate to
recommend any of Ayer's medicines
to my friends." Mrs.lI.M. ILwcht,
Avoca, Neb. .-
Ayer's Hair Vigor
rREPAKED 15 Y
DR. J. C. AYER & CO., LOWELL, MASS., U. S. A.
stytr's Sarsajmrilla Jictnurts J'implts.
e wcrus er ry iev? in
to sec t
the t:i:::rs to -.lie h. il intt. rests of
the Si at need to hi ve the beautiful
siuiu-. .Uxio a:.wn t.trir thrjat
replcotered and papered.
P W 11 , a white jeans corset worth 50c for 45. Madam GriswcL"
health corset wa;st, worth $1 50 for 55c to close. Madame Gn$H
wold's $3.00 corsets for 87c. Madome Gnsvvold's Misses
corsets 50e. C. B. corsets for 94c. Double Y. cor
sot waists only 45c, this wist has never sold
for less than SI. Nursins corsets at
93c. 5 hcok corset stays at 10c.
LADIES UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT.
Skirtn 55cs toSl.G8. Gowd to $1.49, corset covers 23) up, .
iso 38 to 75c, drawers at 45 to 55c, while lawn aprons with sotir
ana lace stripe 30c, percale aprons 15c, gingham apron -10c,
percale shirt waists 50c, percale bonnets 25c.
White bonnets or any of the above arti
cles made to order on fchort notice
Gauze vests 5c up Our
gauze vests will not
be in until 11th.
DOWLAS ASSOPTED, GOOD VALU '
Toweld well assoited up to 1.95 per pair, Fancy colored tidy Lw.Io
to r,5c. Fourteen inch toweling at Sets per yard. m Lace pillow shar:
35c pm pair. 38 inch scrim for curtains 5c. 38 inch printed silko
line for drapeiy 10c. 44 inch thin white muslin with large how
knots woven it 25cts per yd 36 inch yellow muslin with
yollow and blue flowers wovor in at 32 lr2 cts per yd
29 inch white muslin with side stripes with cilher
.vhito or yellow woven figures woved in at 19
cents per yard, these aie the latest curtain
materials, make cool, airy
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. NO
Fh DICTIONARY t
Tier decision of Inc ..--iw.
court "-i North Gftrolma m-.v-ia ii
row rea-I jilwart. dude Jor.ec
down. The last i.t.riiiaiv:
ationg -.ii .1 in the iSupv.'jiu
h pi it oat of i hoi .'.
Jm 'u Mcler, of C-rtb.
f j U. S. (Jcv't l'i inf
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!:i!.j.r:i):t' t,i-':rt a; id
1 uc-arlv ali tlie
inenui-d 1 "v t-ry
State Sni't tinu-n-
;J e'ent of Sflf'olf,
and vivvr f.' -.i-
O' tors aiuiofL wmi-
" "r''i out iu uibc i .
- C;f.:jj:e l:faluont writes: 'li.r
' v ft, . ... !.''!,; , Vor nccr.: act of tlvf.i.l-
. 1 1
,m golu to ivlenton
th-.-re, but t" eho?; '
e than a Judi:
'? cat 1 :,7 j?ro:r.m i:irion, for -tor?' yot
i ' I'm ii'iv":;ik:vji n t :it m t f fj-fi. ?
to aba.; J on t
lack of ir-teri-
r there w-js no iohcit-j?', 'ir v
V(" V'st ci "s 1 nt rr at ional'
-.i Creni &Z i:ul:iru Authority,
awytr noi otner court parapi:emalia
all ri a:; count of the aci of ti..'j
L.eiiiciiure wnicn cnana
-i.iTs in: froe pn)ihit t. 5
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'.Ti't 'Ti'W ilA.-tA.'Vtv'l. V'fir
M A X U V A ( 'T 1 Fii: To !'
PLAIDS AND Scllfi ETING,
AND SALT 15AGS,
Xubcrj cjmt imii from the ?ti:
to tn-i -itn or 3-:.
Ail J 'I -J (u W
By virtue of authority vested in
me D5 a Mortgage or Deed in Trust
executed on the 21st day of Feb -
ie rtci folioved. U'tleigu New- wife,hich mortgage is duly record
and Observer ! ed in Register's office for Cabarrus
i Co.. in Book No. 5, pages l-l and 15.
.t ; wiJ1 Sll t() tlie vjjgggt bidder, for
FiGtL ..i leute writ tea by luv. J
cash, at the courthousedoor in Cons
cord on Monday the Gth day of May,
1K-5, the following tiact of land :
BUYERS OF !
'JunierniLiii, Diaiondale,. Mich., i Adjoining the lands of Ephriam
we a.e permitted to make this ex
tract : "I have no hesitation in
recommending Dr. King's New Dis
covery, as the results were almost
maryelcu3 in the case of mj wife.
While brought down with pneu
monia 3ucceeding Li Grippe. Ter
rible paroxysms of coughing would
laot houra wi--h little interruption
and it seemed, as if she could not
surYhe ihem. A friend, reccm
mended Dr. King's New Discoyery ;
it was ijulck in its work and highly
satisfactory in results." Trial boU
ties free at Fetzer's Drug store.
Regular ize 50c. and $100.
Bosf, Evo Furr and others; begins
ring ?.t a P. O. by Pine and P. O.
Eve Furr's cornor and runs N 35 E
36 poles to a small P. O. in the old
! line by 2 P. O, thence N 03 W 121
poles crossing the creek to a Pine
By virrue of a Deed-in -Trust executed
to na by Robert Hose, March 9th, 18'J2,
v' ch deed-in-trust is recorded in the
ol.ice of the Register of Deeds for Cabar
rus county, in Recuid of I.lortgegos No.
0, pages 180 and 181, 1 will sell at public
auction, for cash, at the Court House
door in Concord, N. C on the 3rd day of
June next, C acres and 81 square poles
near the coporate limit of KLi. Pleasant,
N. Ct, and will be sold to satisfy said
deed-in-trust. May 2nd, 1895,
Four foot wood alvTays wanted
best prices for same. We invito an
inspectio s of 'all the goods wo
Ono dollar hco curtains 3 yds long at 72-1 els per pair. We take c.a,
for curtsiiifl at all prices up to 340 per pair. 2 yds wide bleached p-p
'" perill shoeting only 20c per yard, worth 30c. 32 J inch feather tickim:
12c. '.a, inch extra soft hnished bleaching at 8Jc worth 10 c. h:
bleachvi cambric same as Lom:dale only 8-1 c. Printed lawns 5 te
lle. Navy blue organdy 10. Printed sateen at 10 to 32c. Black
sateen cashmere finished only 14c. Whif-o bored muslin or
ij;.-ir'r ?k 7 1-2 to 12c. White bared and stripped dimity
10 .o ii-ctsper ynid. 7 1-2 ct gingham at 5c. Heavy
bier.chud cotton flannel 10c. White wool flannel
12 1-2 cts up. All wool red flannel 15 cts per
yard up. 27 inch bleached butcher's linen j
25c. Drees lining cambric 5c per yd !
Black drcs3 lining witn white back
7 1-2. Crinolin 5c per yd. 44
inch white satin and lace
apron lawn only 15
1 IOISERY AND GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
Ladies fast ljj :.. '. hose worth 10c for 7 1-2. Ladies fast black seam!t
L'jic worth Tor 10c. Ladies fast black seamless hose at 15c. Laii.
Kermsdorf black seamless hose at 15c. Ladies Hermsdorf blac!
seamless hose irom 15 to 38c per pair. Ladies imitation Baliriggan
hose at JOc. Ll dies heavy mixed colored seamless hose 10t.
Misses fast black cordaroy ribbed seamless hose G to 8 12 in at
10 cts per pair, worth double. Infants fast black seamless
hoso 10 c. 4 pairs heavy gray mixed seamless sox for 25c.
Extra fine seamless sox in mixed colors and black at
10c. Stainless navy blue, brown or Hermsdorf
blac sox at 15c per pair. Men's fancy
Griped lisle sox at 20c. Men's brown
lisle sox at 30c. Fast black lisle uox
at 40c. Ladies black silk mitts
15c up. Ladies summer
gloyes 10 cents up.
GENTS FURNISHING" DEPARTMENT
White lawn band bown 12c, silk or black satin bows worth 10 to 20c fo:
proof collars 10c, linen collars 81 to 10c, waterproof curls 15c, lineu
cuffs 15 to 25c, handkerchiefs 5o up, suspenders 9c up, 25 ct ones foi
17c,sox 5c up, extra yalue at 6J, 71-2 and 15c, 75c gold plated studs
and shirt buttons at 50c per set, collar buttons 5c per dozen up
extra value in night shirts at 67 ls2 c, "our, own" Wamsutta
unlaunderied is as good as any shirt on -the market our
price is 82c. The Electric is made of New York mills mus
lin, this is a good value for $1, we sed it for 67 1-2 cents
Our 400 shirt for 48c, has no equal. We have a 50ct
shirt, made with a double front and back for 39c, our
dandy is the best 25ct white shirt you ever bought
We have these laundered at an extra cost of 15c,
We have the best fitting percale in negligee
shirt in Concord and as good percale is
made in America, our price 40c,
launderiod 55c, very cheap.
D. J. BOSTIANPROP'R