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A Iwyda on four wheels passed
i,:JUh the city today.
iit., io considerable craze oyer
.,iptr lamp shades, lambre
: J other fancj articles.
j L, prayer meetings were well at
, ,L J Wednesday night. It was
The weather fHg went up at noon.
. - U for local tshowers this after
t'ciir and colder, with heavy
- .-t tonnrrnw. Fridav mnrninir
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-.jniZ the cold spell last Tuea-
,v. May 14, Mrs. J B Caldwell
.:: ;..rd. Mark this down.
! e vkc Son have an interesting
ti a in his issue. You may do
I! to what they say.
I:, mentioning the elections by the
e failed tc note that Montgomery
v.-eil were elected attorneys for
' 'iihi.iicement Exercises, Ca
v.!,:l ColWp. TSTpwfnn AT n
iekets on sale May IS, 19 and 20,
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man was going out of town
lis evening in a top buggy. A hard
act of wind struck the top, tear-
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a ou. xiuuv iifs in iront ot
!. J?io. A Kimmnns.
W II Wakefield, of Charlotte,
II be in Concord at the St, Cloud
Thursday, May 23rd, one day.
. lacuuu is iimiieu w eye, ear,
Communion services will be held
Prospect church Sunday next.
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vd by iev. R S Arrowood, a for-
. i. i. iiiiii. uuami. win iu ji-j
r of onr people will attend.
b'ndard erred in stating
Lt policeman Fisher, of Forest
ii. lit caiieu in unu lniormeu us
the error; and the Standard, wishes
ii tt, n i .1 - .p i .
iu liiOLuiy iiguu, uuaiiccs mis
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aknov.'ledge the receipt of an
;k, of the (ireensboro Female Col-
TO l r TTrpypnf fir fVip onmrnpn
at rAt;rriseR of r.hah institution
- aen feyers and other epidemies
around, safetly lies in fortifying:
r'Vtm KritV A v&r7a Snrs'infirilln.
; .r.:ui. having thin and impure
- ij in the most favorable con
to "'catch" whateyer disease
j '"J doating in the air, Bo wise
;oi Coltrana and Annie Mitchell,
red couple who wanted to get
:ried last night, the ceremony to
place at the residence of Alex.
e xt, had quite an experience
J considerable trouble in finding
' one to marry them on account
rumors that the bride -elect had
-I husbands now living, and the
va traits reiUSing IO lie me auui
the lack of compensation.
nnild was cured of croup by a
or two of Ayer's Cherry Pect
- A neighbor's child died of the
d disease, while the father was
ig ready to call a doctor. This
o the necessity of haying Ayer's
' - iry Pectoral always at hand,
-it Ferron was conyicted at
'iiry Wednesday for the inur-
Deputy Owen; and Ander-
ISrown , was convicted of the
rd(r of Callie Ecberts. Both are
- hauled July 25th. Ferron is
' fo have been very defiant on bis
1 and told the court he waa going
6 f arse Xhi, Eveiff of Mlss
Uabolie JDuviaso Montgomery to
Mr. Jerman, of Kaleigh t. Take
Place Promptly at 7 O'clock, Bishop
Duncan at the Chancel.
This (Thursday) evening prompt
ly at 7 o'clock Mr. Beverly Sydnor
Jerman, of Raleigh, i8 to marry Miss
Isabelle Montgomery, one of our
fairest and most accomplished
The attendants are Misses Mary
Montgomery and Virginia Sinclair,
and Messrs. Palmer Jerman and Dr
D E Everitt.
The ushers are Messrs. Alexander
Sinclair, Frank L Smith, Brevard
and Chaney Montgomery.
Bishop Duncan, of Spartanburg.
$. C, will perform the marriage
ceremony,. after which the bridal
party and guests will repair to the
residence of the bride's father,
where a reception and supper will be
Mrs. DuPre, of Spartanburg, and
Messrs, II L Keesler, II M Barrow
and Q E Smith will furnish music
for the occasion.
On no occasion baa Central church
eyer been more elaborately decorated
with ilower8 and evergreens.
Following are gusts who are here
from a distance :
Dishop W W Duncan, Mrs. War.
ren DuPre, Master Wallace Duncan
DuPre, of Spartanburg: Mrs. L D
Childs, Columbia; Dr. T P Jerman,
Kidgeway, N. C. ; Mr. Palmer Jer
man, Mr, 0 II Foster, and Dr. D E
Everitt, of Kaleigh ; Mrs. T II Stro
hecker, Barium Springs ; Miss Mary
Morrison, Lincoln county; Miss
Mary Springs Davidson, Kural Hill ;
Kev. and Mrs. G A Oglesby and
family, of Selrna; Mrs. W II Harris,
Dr. and Mrs. Creasy, Mrs. and Mis.
A B Davidson, Mrs. J K Brevard,
Capt. and Mrs. A J Beall, Miss S H
Davidson, Mr. E L B Davidson, Mr,
M S Elliott, Miss Montrose David
son, Miss Sophia Myers, Miss Nan
Dowd, Miss Laura Hammond, Miss
Adele Brenizer, Miss Maud Beall,
Miss Virginia Sinclair, Mr. A M
Sinclair, Mrs. E C Register, of Charb
The bride has received a large
and magnificent collection of pres
ents. lf. It. I,. Payne, President.
Goldsboro, May 5, -The ,State
Medical Association at its afternoon
session elected officers for the en
suing year : President, R L Payne,
Lexington; vice presidents, S D
Booth, Oxford; J P Mnnrce, David
son; J A Burroughs, Asheville; J E
Grirasley, Snow Hill; secretary, R D
Jewett, Wilmington; treasurer, M P
Winston was chosen as the next
place of meeting. The session closed
Kesiucl the Mayoralty.
Prof. H T J Ludwig, of Mt.
Pleasant, was on the 1st Monday in
May elected mayor of Mt. Pleasant
Tuesday night he qualified and then
Mr. John M Cook was elected to
fill the vacancy. He is the youngest
mayor in the state.
There was a time in Mt. Pleasant
when the mayor .elect made affidavit
that he wa3 not competent to fill the
office and wa3 accordingly excused.
Prof. Ludwig could not truthfully
do this, so he qualified and then re
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Sot In Dusines.9 Yet.
Those magistrates appointed to
fill vacancies do not enter upon their
duties until Aug. 1. We call atten
tion to this fact that there may be
no mistake. Those, appointed to
fill vacancies and thus far qualified,
m M L Buchanan, No. 8, J M
Alexander, C A Pitts and J W
Mehaffey, of No, 12; and Sol Furr,
of No. 9.
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
People Who Travel as Seen by Oar
Mr. Herman Dowd is over from
Mr. W Smithdeal, of Salisbury,
is in the city today.
Mr. L J Foil, of Mt. Pleasant,
was in the city.
Miss Carrie Rothrock, of Gold
Hill, spent the day at Mra. W S
Mr. Ike Lowe has returned to
Lowesville, after spending seyeral
Mr, J C Deaton, Sr., of Moores
ville, spent Wednesday night in the
Mrs. W H Harris and Misses
Laura Hammond and Sophia Meyers
arrived in the city last night from
Three bicycles went down to Mt,
To I he ils.t ns i Concord.
We will visit your premies on our
sanitary duties, and all such not
found in good sanitary condition,
will bo reported to the mayor and
wan ants issued for jour arrest.
Take warning and save cost.
J. L. Boger
S. C. Fisher
May 15, 1895.
For Over Fifty Years.
Mrs. Winslow's SootlrngSyrup has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
xuggiouj in every part or the
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Be sure and ask for Mrs. Winslow's
Soohing Syrup," and take no other
IONE m HUNDRED 8 DOZEN
Ladies Ilose. Tlie same kind tliat is selling in town
today for 15, 20 and 25 c. In Ladies Black and
assorted colors all for the small prica of
5 cents per pair.
SAMPLE STRAW HATS
The best assortment we have eyer liad at halfvprice
good opportunity to supply yourself, cheap.
Coming in every few days, bought under value and
will be sold the same way. Very handsome and
Our entire line at net cost for a short time.
In proposion at prices suitable to the times.
"The New Idea" guarnteed to cut and fit as
nicely as any pattern made for the small price of (i
10 cents. We are giving a pattren of your
own selection, free, when you buy
$1.00 worth of l)ress goods.
Mansion Honse Lnnndry.
I am the Concord . repesentative
of the Mansion House Steam Laun
dry, of Greeuville. S.C. If you
think of wealing nicely done-up
collors, cufffl and shirts, come see
me and find out cost
You will be paid for all articles
orn or lost. You cn leave your
bundles at the Furniture Store,
whether I am presant or not, ItwiH
receive prorrpt attention.
I sand basket off Tuesday and it
returns Saturday morning.
Come around and see!me
mhl3 3ni J. N.Bell-
Conference Woman's Foreign Mis
sionary Society of M. E. Church
south. Fayetville, N. C. Tickets
on sale to Greensboro or Selrna, N.
C, May 23 and 24th. Limit May
29th 1895. Fare for round trip to
Greensboro, $3.65 to Salem;$7,60.
Unveiling Confederate Monu
mant, Raleigh, N. C. Tickets on
sale May 19 and 20. Limit May 22,
1895. Fare for round trip $3.10.
National encampment of United
Tickets on sale May 17th nd 18th
with return limit fifteen days from
date of sale and to be limited to a
continuous passage in each direction.
An extension of time of fifteen
additional days to be granted on de
posit of tickets, with joint agent at
Houston before breaking up of the
Encampement. Fare for round trip
Commencement Exercises Fari
view Inistute, Gibsonville, N. C.
Tickets on sale May 17, 18, 19, and
20. Limit May 24, 1895, Fare for
round trip $3.45.
Bicycle Races, Charlotte, N. C.
Tickets on sale May 19 and 20.
Limit May 21, 1895. Fare for
round trip 85 cents.
MORRISON, LENTZ & CO :
Have just received by express
a lot of beautiful side combs.
MORRISON, LENTZ & CO :
Have iust received a lot oi'
lovely dress ginsiiam in 10 yd
pattern, regular pries 12c, our
MORRISON, LENTZ Sc CO :
Have just received a lot of
pacific percal 33 i aches w;de.
wholesale price 12c, or r pricecOl
MORRISON, LENTZ A: CO :
Have just received n nice lot of
Oxford Ties, in black and taD.
Theo are beauties.
MORRISON, LENTZ & CO :
We have just received !some
of the handsomest dross good
m all tha latest importations,
ever seen in Concord. It will
do you good to see them. Don't
forest to see our 20J ambrellaa.
MORRISON, LENTZ CO :
Have you seen our $1.00 Oxs
ford ties, best shoe on the mar,
ket for the mouey. Our 1.75
and $2.00 Oxfords are hummers,
said to be the pretiiest tie in the
MORRISON, LENTZ & CO :
Ah, now ! Our hue of chiK
drens slippers, Oxford ties and
shues" are just the correct things
in tans, red and black all sizes
and prices low- We have a few
large size ladies trunks that
will be ofered at Io figures.
Morrion, Lentz & Co
. HAMMOND & (JO.
130 & 132 Pearl Street,!
INEW YORK CITY, 1ST. Y.
S cocks, Bonds and Grain bought and
sold, or carried on Margin.
P. S. Send for explanatory circus
lar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwly
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer.
Good middling .....6
Low middling y. 5,75
Stains 4Jto 5
Corrected bv C. W Svink.
Sugar-cured nams 12itol5
Bulk meats, sides 8 to U
Flour(North Carolina) 1.75
SALE OF VALUABLE TOWN
Under and by virtue of a decree
in a special proceeding entitled
Elam Kins, Administrator of Ruann
Stowe, deceased, ts. W J Lee and
others in the Superior Court of Ca
barrus county, N C, I as such Ad
ministrator and Comuiissionfir wilf
1 sell at public aucton at the Court
tt .1 i .
nuu!5e uuur m voucora at 1 o clocBy
p. m , on Monday, the 3rd day ot
June, 1893. a certain lot of land in
the town of Concord, adjoining the
tots of Mrs, James Benson
(deceased), R M White and others,
ironting: ou Main street, known aa
the Rock House lot, the metes and
boundaries of which are fully given
in the petition or complaint filed in
Terms of sale: One-third caab,
balance on six months time, note
and security required with interest
from date of sale.
This April 29, 1895. Elam Kino,
Adni'r. and Commission "