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A BATCH OF LOCAL NEWS.
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tlnstliuu I'cuii Pusher.
June 1 13 a hot day.
Commissioners meet Monday.
Sweet potato planting is now in
Percale shirts for 30 cents at the
Dollars are more scarce than coU
' ciors today.
A guitar and mandolin club will
1 c organized next week, it is said.
Thermometers registered from 00
.S degree in the shade between
.e hours of 1 and 4 o'clock.
.Matches 10 cents per dozen boxes
:.L tile KaCket.
Messrs W G Bosiiamer and P (J
'--v had beane from thtir own
is Friday for dinner.
.:eLtvowd knots is -a sure remedy
w killing ihe otato bug.
Grand Pa's Wonder soap 5 cents
; l r cake at the Packet, it
A.y one desiring a gco Compe
colored house uia:u,.with good
vftr nee, Idles- box ;5, Concord
N. C. tf '
Q Ladies fust, black seanress hose at
: ':e Jacket, It
:.-7. John 11 Brooks, ). !.) ,of the
J::ariotte District, will preach at
Forest Hill M. E. Church, South,
:cmorrov night, June 2, at 7;45
The regular monthly business
rating of the Forest Hill Fp-vorth
League will 0e held this evening at
: L" o'clock. Members and friends
-vl take notice.
Fleishmaun's vegetable compressed
Veait, received fresh three times a
.v.-ek, Tuesdays, Thursdays aud
:aturdays, at Doye & Best's. m201m
A baseball team composed of
o. s from Forest Hill went to
Salisbury this morning in hacks
-l i great spirits to do up the Salis
bury team. '
oommunion s rvices will be held
Poplar Tent (Presbyterian)
'hurch tomorrow at 11 o'clock. iiev.
W C Alexander preached at this
'hurch yesterday aud today.
Mr. Chalmers White, is now be
'ii, the counters at Cannons &
Fetter's, on the clothing side. He
will be there only on Saturdays at
Mr. Will Johnson has received
mother car load of that pure Kene
V ice, He keeps it all the time,
.J ui night, if you want ice, jfist
-.nut up the night watchman and
v u can be accommodated.
I'ulmonary consumption, in its
iy stages, may be checked by the
of Ayer';: Cherry Pectoral. It
'1,3, thj distressing cough, soothes
: l.-tticn of the throat aud lungs,
- - : induces ui.ujclwieeded repose.
'Luidreus hae tes tilled to the re-
liable virtues ot this prepare
A i.-.dy on West Depot street thus
"-urdayj morning purchased sevs
' gallons of strawberries from a
-.ing wagener. Unthoughtf ully
I'iae.'d the large pan in which
An. b.rries on the steps, and
'inio the house for necessary
'"'inge. On returning she !found
- cow, which was running loose in
yrd, having a picnic with these
cute and delicious fruit.
it is a fortunate day for a man
' u-n he first discovers the value of
Vci's Sarsaparilla as a bloodpur
r. With this medicine he knows
has found a remedy upon which
may rely, and that his life-long
'i'.dady is at last conquered. Has
red others, will cure you.
THE KUSH OF HUMANITY.
People Who I raw ln ns Seen Jby Oar
Miss Nellie Cramer,of Thomas
ve, is visiticg Miss Mary Heed.
Messrs Herbert and Wade
Barrier, tf Mt. Pleasant were- in the
Kev. E A Wingard, of Colum
bia., 8, C, passed through the city
today on his way to Mt. Pleasant.
Mr. Pink M Misenheimer, of
the Charlotte Commercial College,
is in the city.
Mr. P M Sanders, of Forest
Hill has gene to Statesyille, on
Miss Jennie Skeeu and little
neiee, of Charlotte passed through
the city to Mt. Pleasant.
Miss Bessie Benson left this
morning for Greensboro. She will
be absent from the city several
Messrs B F Aired and Herbeit
Cook went up to see the baseball
contest between Forest Hill and
Pew John U Brooks, l), D cf
the Charlotte District pasted
through the city this morning en
route to Roger's Chapel, where he
held tie regular quartlerly meeting
TABLE OIL CLOTHES:-
. KSi&TEN CENTS PER YARD.
Ladies Hose 5 cents.
tlemen silk scarfs 10 cents.
Our entire line of clothing at
The Standard force was remem
bered today by Mr. II G Ritz
by a round of lemonade.
For the inspection of the young
men Mr. John K Patterson has just
received au inyoice of the finest
french caudies to be had. He wants
you to come see it, if you do not
purchase. He handles plain candies
4 -word cactus at the home of
Mrs. B F Aired is the prettiest
production of blossoms we have ever
beneld. The plant bears one hun
dred and fifty buds. Mrs. Aired
h s a variety of cactus and rare
plants, the sight of which is a rich
feast for the eye.
It is sad to relate, but The
Standard offended some of its
readers in Friday's issue by speak"
ing of the unwholesome condition of
the court nouse. The court house,
however, is in a bad fix and Thk
Standard is glad that the county
will give it the proper attention.
Stinsou the negro who was lodged
in jaii Friday for cutting Marshall
Mutz on the excursion train, was
liberated Friday night oa payment
of tine and costshaying submitted
to an assault. The Mutz negro's
injuries were not so serious as re
Lenora Haiiey, colored, who was i
shot and seriously wounded several
weeks ago at Winston by "Bud"
Cunningham, her jealous lover, died
Monday night. Cunningham was
arrested yesterday at Pocahontas,
Va. He will doubtless hang, as the
coroner's jury returned a verdict
that Lenora Haiiey came to her
death at the hands of uBud" Cun
ningham. The reception given by the ladies
of the W. C, T. I". Friday night at
the St, Cioud hotel was an occasion
lon to be remembered. Everything
elegant and refreshing was served
the attendants, who were husbands
I of members, the ministers, editors
and a . number of young ladies
friends of those members so unfor
tunate or not old enough to have
husbands. The evening was a de
To close out. White quilts
00 cts to $1.25, Dotted Irish
IS ice line of Wash Dress Fab
ric. THE NEW
The correct thiDg; for ten cents.
Commencement, Female College
Oxtord, X. C. Pickets on sale
May 2G to 28, inclusive. Final
limit May 31, 1895. Continuous
passage in each direction. Fare for
round trip $5.55.
Centennial Celebration Uuiversity
of North Carolina and Annual Com
mencement, Chapel Hill, N. C.
Tickets on sale J une 1 to 5, inclusive.
Final limit, June 10, 1SG5. Con
tinuous passage in each direction,
Fare for round trip $1.70.
There will be a regular communi
cation of Stokes Lodge No. 32, A,
F. & A. M. Mondav night at 8
o'clock. By order of W. M.
J. L. Boger, Secretary.
Meeting Grand Lodge K. of P. of
North Carolina, Mt. Airy, N. C.
Tickets on sale to Greensboro or
Rural Hall, June 18th, final limit
June 22nd, 1895. Continuous pass
age in each direction. Fare for
round trip to Greensboro 3.G5, to
Rural Hall $5.25.
Annual Commencement Salem
Female Academy WinstonSalem.N.
O. Tickets on sale May 25 and 27th
inclusive limit June 3rd 1895. Fare
for round trip $375.
Annual Commencement Trinity
College Durham N. C. Tickets .on
sale June 1 to 4th, inclusiye limit
June 5th. Fare for round 'trip $4.70
Elon College commencement Elon
College, N. C. Tickets on sale June
10th, 11th and 12th, limited to a
continuous passage in each direction
with final limit June 15th, 1895,
Fare for round trip J3.45,
Commencement Horner's Military
School, Oxford, N. C. Tickets on
sale May 28th to 31st, final limit
June 1st, 1895. Continuous passage
in each direction. Fare for round
Commencement Agricultural and
Mechanical College, Greensboro, N.
C. Tickets on sale May 27th to 30th,
final limit June 1st, 1895. Continu
ous passage in each direction. Fare
for round trip $2.90.
pi A X U FA OT U It E US F j
pl aids and sa&ariNoo, a
Every . few days we
get in a supply of
new and stylish goods
See our JsT. B. Crepons.
See our Black Crepons.
And we have also a
big lot of Criterion
Cloths that are sim
ply beautiful at S 1 Jc.
And we have just
received a big lot 3N
inch Striped and Fig
ured Crepe . Kllects.
You ought to see
our lovely Jaconette
Pli-se. The Prettiest
goods in the morket.
We have a beauti
ful line of Organdies,
Figured Effects; also
White French Or
gandies 2 yds wide.
Now, when you
want a pretty Oxford
Tie don't fail to see
us. We haye them
at all priees .")0c.,
$1,00 to $2.i)0.
See our Sun Unis
brellas at low iigures.
Morrion, Lentz & Co
HAMMOND & CO.
130 & 132 Pearl Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
M I 11 M SI !
Stocks, Bonds and Grain bought and
sold, or carried on Margin.
P. S. Send for explanatory circin
Iar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwly
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer .
Good middling 0
Low middling J 5,7r
Staiiio 4.1 to 5
Corrected bv 0. W IS wink.
Sugar-cured nams 12tol5
Bulk meats, sides 8 to .)
j Butter 15
! Chickend ' 20to23
Lard .5 toll
FIour(Xorth Carolina) 1.75
Four foot wood always wanted
best prices for same. We invite an
inspections of allots e goods!. wa
Under and by virtue ol j decree
1 in a soecial rirocftwiinf ntinl
Plain Kinjr, Administrator of Puann
Stowe. deceased, vs. W J Lee and
others in the Superior Court, of Oa
brrus county, N- C., I as such Ad
niiniHtratnr and CV
1 w. II til
sell at public aucton at tho Court
I House door in Cnnnnrrl f 1 nVW.L
j p. m , on Monday, the 3rd day of
T 1 f . i 1 1 1
ouuv, l-.v, a curiam lot 01 land in
the town of Concord, adjoining the
lots of Mrs. James Benson
(deceased), It M White and otherr,
ironting on Alain street, known as
the Kock House lot, the metes and
boundaries of which are fully given
in the petition or complaint liled iD
Terms ot sale: One-third cash,
balance on six months time, note
and security required with interest
from date of sale.
This April 29, 1895. Elam King,