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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, May 22, 1895, Image 3

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". s BATCH OF LOOALJXEWS. t , - rl I J Put in jMinpo; IJy; or t : ! i - SVncil Pusher. . -,tn :eu are now in jail. ; Commencement exercises of i-a Hal! are in progress this - .in. llUd Tom, No. a, is in the city. jet f yean old and 13 said to prformei. ):ik our city is to have a tele .: r pvfitpfn. the nhnnpj avnf.. . u J J J- X v V A. fc !:'.U' tyle. a buns writes to a friend the Presbyterian General As-. ;;u,,ij, Dallas Texas, that corn ia a hifh in Texas. ' ; ; :. and Llia.- F A McKight, of . .noUe, aie spending some time ,t'; '!r.J Mp.1 itfVl t'a fotlinv T rurge k.hour, in No. 4 township. ; jy.-re is to be a big picnic at ' ill tomorrow (Thursday). : the cold spell will last, skating r. .;r.P nf tnfin .,' ftmnBcmonto i'o convicts haye been added io ,;cbnin gang, having been brought ii from Yadkin county. One ie j.'rve S inonths, the other 12. Fir ishniann's vegetable compressed received fresh three times a .i. rv.. mi j 1 "s. lUL'suvti. inuraiavfl Ann ..'urdays, at Doye & Bost's. m201m rhe wife of Mr. James Smith, who 'i out on Mr. Frank Pharr's isntation, died this morning at 9 Ibe pacts query, "What's so rare 0 1 day in June," might pass il the : ! r i ,u weamer 01 i)iay were omy -roughly done. The-A ti an! a Journal reports the . W -.WVVW . V, J , his peat id froze out in North irolma. U was really a toss-up, heads or . r i i j r n .. lit- j ux) vami v.nu. r.inierwere : -M v.bether to take the bull by 1 1 .1 : ru or trie otner extreme. II Wakeiield, of Charlotte, Ojr.cord at the St, Cloud ;v, ',!av 23ri, one dav . -"tier- ! liuiiUd t 0 eye, ear, v Woman may : ;i dill'erent ways kre vnt as the s?et ia coailng in on the 1 id 'loins dou hie 1 tt :u .i.iuv i;ir. dtiic: j.aiU i LJiJ. -x U) his bed with grip. We ' r. apeedy recovery. The - .'-lriglp, but can't hold it - 1'-: ; strength of a building de-'-- k:i tLo colidity of its fonn . v. I;. :h depends upon the : of the blood. To expel f ii and cause the vital fluid ' ' '?ae vigorous and life-giving, 'araparilla ia the most i'fvi and effective medicine in tl:rir meeting Monday night ' v' as decided by the Cabarrus Beys to attend the Cotton -Exposition in Atlanta next Thu company has recently in a number of new members now in a jrood couditicn. cei i'trn joung lady of this city ;ured a pneumatic bicycle She ays she is not going to ier sleeves looking like a slab fc'heu she gets out of the jam 1 V school commencement at cboro. A -ji t's Fills are recommended by )g physicians and druggists, as! 1 aost prompt and eflicient remeay 'iheneness, nausea, costiyesess, SeetioD, sluggishness of the !itr) jaundice, and sick headache; to relieve colds, fevers, neurals and rheumatism, THE RUSH OF H CJMANITY. I'eoplc Who Travel, as Seen by Our Kevortcr. Mr. Will D Shoemaker, of Moors Fille, was here today. Mr. James Watson, of Salisbury is visiting at Dr. J E Smoot's. Dr. Guy, of New London, was in the city Tuesday. Mr. M 0 Beattie, of this city, is in Washington, D. C. Mr. S J Lowe is quite sick at his home on West Depot street. Rey. W Y Love, of Coddle creek, gave us a pleasant call today, : Manager Labelle, of the Penny L o3t. was in the city. Miss Ella Lentz, of Mt. Pleas- ant, is yisiting Miss Corrie Bovd " Mieses Ella Belle and Alma Shirey, ot Mt. Pleasant, spent last night in the city at Mr. John A Cline's, Mrs. L D Childs and eon Master Austiu, returned to Columbia, S. C, their home. They were 'visiting at C G Montgomery's. The Ashville Citizen says: "Kev. B S McKenzie and wife, of Hills boro, N. C , are in the city, staying at the fcwannanoa." Mr. John Cook, keeper of the county home, informs us that the hea?ie3t rain known in that section fell Tuesday. It also hailed, he says, and probably great damage is done to fruit, besides the beating down of wheat. Jim Russell was this (Wednesday) morning released from the chain gang, having seryed a short sen tence. He was not liberated from the clutches of the law, however, as he was immediately re-arrested and placed in jail on charge of carrying a concealed weapon. Mr. A C Meuney, of this county, sailed yesterday for South America. The Herald was unable to learn the object of the vieit, but a3 Mr. Mau ney is one of the beat practical miners in North Carolina it is pre sumed that he goea to investigate mines or engage in mining opera tions. Salisbury Herald, SheriiT -f A Brookdhire, of Ash'c ville. p.ut, -l through the city Tues day night in charge of a negro Joe Murphy, who shot enc Fiv-ik Cars ter dinirig Orio!r, 1804, and who ha? since been Hyir-g in Charlotte. The negro v do a eportitg character, the sheriil' luiviu iuun 1 him race track. the Ktock For Nale. Eighty-live snares of the Odell Manufac Luring Company. W, M. Smith, Concord, N. C, D W Fuller, of.Uanajobarie, N Y. says that he arrays keeps Dr. King's New Descovery in the house and his family hzz always .found the very best results follows its use.; that he would not be without it, if pro curable. G A Dyktman Druggist, Catskill, N Y., says that Dr. King;s New Discovery is undoubtebly ; : the best Cough remedy; that he has used it in his family for eight years, and it has never failed to do all that is claimed for it. Why not try a remedy so long tried and tested. Trial bottles free at Fetzer's Drug Store. Regular size 50c. and100. To the itsaens ol ConcorU. We will visit your premies on our sanitary duties, and all such not found in good sanitary conauion Ti: ar.ll be reporteu 10 lug v ; a fnr innr arrest. wariants issuer j Take warning and save cost. . J. L. Boger 1 p0iicemen. S. O. Fisher J May 15, 1895. 9 .Neither Dead But we are ricrht nt the front nnr! will PtirlAnvrvr tn anv (j w - 1 M J S A. IV U Ui pass a11 Previori3 efforts to give to our customers, also to the customers of a11 other people who will come and see us, corns MAY 2 aoiiiQ of the best and most attractive things in new seasons sble wearing apparel for Ladies we have yet been able to show. -The goods haye all been bought for less than half cost and will be divided out now at such prices as you have not been abie to get. We have of the handsomest Wash Goods -colors are fast that you have seen this season, that is now selling in the larger towns for 28c per yard that we will distribute at 14c. Another lot that sells everywhere for 20c, we only want 10. THOSE YARD LAWSNS as low as Bc that is worth 5c. and GINGHAMS we have bought for this SPECIAL SALE;' 20 pieces of ancy Dress h yalue Sc. We only want -1 per The (o kind will now go Ch:udoote (-finghams in short cliu market for 0c the yard. eJ 'jl. fi 1 1C. 3 Forty Men's Suits that are worth $8.50 the suit, will go for 4,70 each. They will suit any young man who wants to dress nice and neat. To close out our P A N hey will all go at net cost. Ei:x NON-BREAKABLE HATS HHH Original cost was $1.00, but we want to give something good and w7ill let them go for 20c each. The w Pattern, as good as the best, for when you buy DRY GOODS to to the amout of $1.00, free. Nor Sleeping J yard. at 4c the yard. lengths, which We have the is the best on T S y 10c. We will givepattern Styt fs NEW ARniyALS. I MORRISON, LENTZ & CO : Have just received by express a lot of beautiful side combs. MORRISON, LENTZ k CO : Have iust received a lot oh? loveiy aross gingham in 10 yd paiierc, regular price 12c. our price 10c. MORRISON, LENTZ & CO : Have just received a lot of pamtic percal 35 inches w:de, wholesale price 12c,i ur pricecOl MORRISON, LENTZ A CO : Have just received a nice lot of Oxford Ties, in black and tan. Piieo are beautiea. MORRISON, LENTZ & CO : We have just received some of the handsomest dress goods m all th3 latest importations ever seen in Concord. It will do you good to see thern. Don't forget to see our 20u umbrellas at $1.50. MORRISON, LENTZ2& CO : . Have you seen our $1.00 Oxs ford ties, best shoe on the mar ket for the money. Our $1.75 and $2.00 Oxfords are hummers, said to be the pretiiest tie in the city. MORRISON, LENTZ & CO : Ah, now ! Our line of chih drens slippers, Oxford ties and shues are just the correct things in tans, red and black all sizes and prices low- WTe have a few large size ladies trunks that will be offered at low hgures. Morrion, Lentz & Co SALE OF valuabl:: town LOT. Under and by virtue of a decree in a soecial proceeding entitled Elam King, Administrator of Ruann Stowe, deceased, vs. Yvr J Leo ana others in the Superior Court of Ca barrus county, N C, I s-jch Ad ministrator ana (Jommissionor will fieli at public a-icton tit iUe Court House door in Concord at I o'clock, p. m , on Mouday, tho 3rd day of June, 1805, a certain lot of land in the town of Concord, adjuring the lots of Mrs, James Benson (deceased), R M White 1 others, iron Ling on Main st.iot, known as the Rock Houso lot, tho metos and boundaries of which are f .iy given in the petition or coinplai t filed in said proceeding. Terms of sale; Ono-tLird cash, balance on six months run?, note and security required with interoat from date of sale. This April 29, 1805. Elam King, Adiu'r. and Commissioner. peculation, HAMMOND & ( 0. Stock-aadr Bond 130 & 132 Pearl Sf.rt, NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. I Stocks, Bonds and Grain bought atd j sold, or carried on Margin. P. S. Send for explanatory circus lar on speculation, al30 weekly mar ket letter. (Free) dwly CONCORD MARKETS COTTON ilARKET. Corrected by Cannons & Eetzer Good middling 0 Middlings Gl Low middling j 5.75 Stain3 Iho 5 PRODUCE MARKET. Corrected bv C. W Swink. Bacon 8 Sugar-cured nam3 12itol5 Bulk meats, 3ide3 8 to 0 Beeswax 5 Butter 15 Ohickena 20to25 Corn 45 -Eggs 10 Lard ....8toll Flour(North Carolina) 1.75 Meal 50 Oats ...37J Tallow i3toi

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