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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, June 03, 1895, Image 3

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A BATCH OF LOCAL NEWS.' , I . mikI l'( iii Shapv liy our HllHtHuir I'OIM il lnshT. '1 his was the busiest Monday i? month, to far. rerciile shirts for 30 cents at the On Friday evening next Bishop J Cheshire will hold a confirmation -vice in the colored Episcopal reh, cm Spring street. Mat lies 10 cents per dozm boxts Uje Racket. .!.v one desiring a good, compe :.t, colored house nia:u,'with good :r-nce, address box 35, Concord '. tf : iunlist 'mat Luhes Aid Society of Central church will serve ipp iii! on the church lawn Tuesday, 1, from 7 tc 11 p. m. Mr. II C Ritz, with his refresh. mi untfk, left this afternoon for ; : ieasant, to be there for Ex : lui' Jar vis' sneenh tomnrnvv. j - - Elsewhere in this issue you will erty, of the last will and testa ;nt of the late J 13 Winecoff. VI. ishniann's vegetable compressed .-t. received fresh three times a k, Tuesdays, Thursdays and iturdays, at Doye & Best's. m201m Messrs John W Fink and Jes e : ;:iilton, who have been quite tick, considerably bet er uday, we .:lad to it?i e. M;. L D Williams, of I)e Lund, is in the city with a view to -ling he "e. -Mr. Williams has for :.:. years been a successful orange . -a t-r :m sin" nner. Hie lady members of Bays' impel gave a lawn party at Can- whijh will go to furnish their urjonage, which has just been inpieien. Will Johnson has received .. i ' u.., v . i i v r cur luau ui ukil puie ive ie- , ... ice, iie Aeepo n uu mc time, ill ntUi, 1J. )uu niiui iue, jusl . up tne night watchman and .r he aceonimodated. T!: t voyear-old child of Mr ' Ms Dr. Black, at Pioneer ' dud Saturday, having had a : .festive chill. Its remains were tarred Sunday at Rocky River : :i eVai d . i ne Juvenile Missionary society : i oresr ill 11 Methodist church :'.! give a lawn party Thursday I'll on the beautiful lawn m the ! rf Mr. and Mrs. II M Barrow, vnh Main street. Pulmonary consumption, in its :iv be checked by the THE RUSH OF HUMANITY. l-le Wl, TrZZH Seeulhy Our ltciorler. Mrs. F F Yorke, is visiting at Harrisburg for several days. Mr. J p g aery was over from Charlotte Sunday. Mr. Felix Yorke went to Albe marle this morning on a short busi ness trip. Miss Maggie Bessent, who was teaching in Salem Female Academy, has returned to the city. Misses Emma and Rosa Phifer, of Winstou, are visiting at Dr. N D FetzerV. Mas er Luther Brown is ex pected home tonight from Salem, a , where he was attending school. Misses Lucia Parks and Mary 0'iery, of Pioneer Mills, are visiting at Mr. W S Bingham's. Miss Fannie Alexander, of Rocky River, is visiting at Mr. D B Morrison s. Mrs. J M Cross, of Raleigh, is J visiting her sister, Mrs. J B Cald well, on Spring street. Mr. Rr&dsaw Castor, went down to Mt. Pleasant today, to re main all during the commencement. Little Miss Btuiah Osborne, of Charlotte, is visiting Little Miss Jessie Cobb, on Corbiu street. Mr. D 13 Iash, of Raleigh, is :lf0Wl : 4CHALLIE 3 OE3STTS.: TABLE OIL CLOTHES! SSwTEN CENTS PER YARD. Gen- Ladies Hose 5 cents. tlemen silk scarfs lf cents. Our entire line of clothing at SPARKLING WITH NEWNESS COST in the city visiting relatives friends. and sUgeS, Ul: It ii am Mr. Charles Stone and Miss Minnie Stoue,his sister, of Charlotte, spent Sunday, iu the city, visiting at Capt, J M Alexander's. Mr. J W Cannon returned Saturday night from New York, where he was several day3 last week. Fx Senator Jarvis will arrive in tue city tonight una win pass throunh to Mt. Pleasant, whre he delivers the annua 1 address to the litiary societies. Today was a 'regular J une To close out. White quilts 60 cts to $1.2f, Dotted Irish Lawns, Jaconette, PLISSE, Kice line of Wash Dress Fab ric. THE NEW 4 ID Jill Every few days we Jt in a supply of new and stylish goods See our N. B. Crejions.' See our Black Crepons, And we have also a big lot of Criterion Cloths that are sinis ply beautiful at S 1. ol And we have just received a big lot :( inch Striped and Fig ured Ciepe Lliects. Cheap, too. . You ought to see our loyely Jacouette Plise. The Prettiest goods in the morket, We have a beauti ful line of Organdies, Figured Effects; also White French Oi-n candies 2 yds wide. Now, when you wan t a pre 1 1 y O x ford Tie don't fail to see us. We haye them k, at all priees OOc. , 1,0U to &M. The correct thing for ten cents. on . uf Aver'ci Cherry Pectoral tiu distressing cough, soothes nation of the throat and lungs, ; -.ndacea much-needed repose. ;dreds have testified to the re-v.-:v;tb:c virtius ot this prepara- sale of reyenue stamps at m for the month of May suited to J(J5,0;0 and 21,990,000 .. :retUs were exported during the ' -nth. On June 1, $5,000 worth -taiiips were sold and 3,000,000 retti-s were shipped. 't i2 li fortunate day for ajman -i ho ;Irst discovers the value of Sarsapanlla as a hloodipuri- With this medicine he knows hich : .y vAy, and that his life-long da dy is at last conquered. Has ' ' ! others, will cure you. ' hildren's Day will be observed on I Sunday morning at 11 o'clock ' the Ihrst Presbyterian church - - interesting programme has been ' "-pared for the occasion and Kev. zander, the pastor, will make a T :eial talk to the children. sweatfi" A carload of watermelons, the first of the season, arrived, in At lanta Wednesday from Florida. His companions thought an al ligator or some water animal had him, which caused them to become frightened and run. A woman minister baptized 30 convertsin the Okaw river, five miles west of Areola. 111., Sunday afternoon. Four thousand people were in attendance- Chief of Police Pcger informs' us of a big ecrape that took place at the St. Cloud hotel, the particulars of which will appear later when the work will haye been finished. Mr. Billy Corzine's; team ran away this (Monday) morning on West Depot street. Master Floyd, his little boy, was on the wagon at the time and came near being dashed to death. The team was stopped just as the little fellow sprang from the waoon. The magistaates ot the county met in joint session with the corn missioners at the court house to-day (Monday). They had under con tideration, among other things, the levying of road taxes for 1S95. In session sixty-six magistrates were present and the fiye county com missioners. Warren Coleman, Ca barrus's negro magistrate, was there. There will be a regular communi cation of Stokes Lodge No. 32. A, F. & A. M. Monday night at 8 o'clock. By order of W. M. rj. L. Boger, Secretary, K;tilrt;il Ka !. North Carolina Grand Lolge A. F. & A, M., Oxford, N. C. Tickets on sale June 24th and 25th, final limit June 29th, 18'jr. Continuous passage in each direction. Fare for round trip 5.55. Commencement exercises Daridi son Colloge, Davidson, X C. Tickets on sale June 7th to loth, inclusive, fmal limit June 15th, 1 S rj 5 . Continuous pass-ige m each direction. Fare for round trip $1.80. State Grand Lodge I. O. of. G. S. & D. of S., Wilmington, N. C. Tickets on sale June 10th and 11th, fioal limit June 15th, 1895. Cons tinuous passage in each direction. Fare for round trip via Greensboro $10, ia Goldsboro $11.00. Commencement Davis Military school WinstonSalem,N. C. Tickets on sale June 1st to 4th, final limit Jane 10th 1895. Continuous pas sage in each direction. Fare for round trip $3.75. Centennial Celebration Uuiversity of North Carolina and Annual Com mencemont, Chapel Hill, X. C. Tickets on sale June 1 to 5, inclusive. Final limit, June 10, 18G5. Con tinuous passage in each direction, Fare for round trip $4.70. Annual Commencement Trinity College Durham N. C. Tickets on sale June 1 to 4th, inclusive 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 15tb, 1S95, Fare for round trip $3.45. Meeting Grand Lodge K. of P. of North Carolin-. Mt. Airy, N. C. Tickets on ede to Greensboro or Rural Kali, Jane ISth, final limit June 22nd, 1895. Continuous pass age in each direction. Fare for round trip to Greensboro $3.G5, to Rural Hall $5.25. doll Maifpiip tM AXl'FAC'LTKKKsjJoF FINE GINGHAMS, OUTING CLOTHS, PL AID 3 AND SHEETINGS, . AXD"S A.LT5BAGS, o DEALERS' IN -0 BUYERS Oi Wry mm "ofiiall Kinds .AND Four foot wood always Iwanted best prices for same- We 'invite an in3oectioas of allthe foods' wo Minufactur See our Sun Unr brellas at low iigiues. Morrion, Lentz&Co Speculation, HAMMOND & CO.; iu 180 & V)2 Pearl 'Vreet, NEW YORK CITY, N. Y."m Siocks, Ronds and Grain bought and sold, or carried on Margin. P. S. Send for explanatory circus lar on speculation, aloO v, -ekiy mar ket letter. (Free) dwly CONCORD MARKETS' COTTON MARKET. Corrected by Cannons & FVzer Good middling G Middlings 01 Low middling 5.7d Stains io5 PRO DUCK MARK KT. Corrected hv C. W Swink. Racon ....8 Sugar-cured nauis 12tol5 Bulk meats, sides StoU Beeswax 5 Butter 15 Chickend ..20to25 Corn ...45 Eggs 10 Lard 8 to II Flour( North Caroliua; . . 1.75 Meal 50 Oats 37! Tallow , 3to4 SALE OF VALUABLE LOT. TOWN I J Under and by virtue of a decroo in a snecial proceed in e entitled Elam Kin, Administrator of Ruann Stowe. deceased, vs. W J Lee and others in the Superior Court of Cav birrus county, N- C., I as sach Ad ministrator and Commissioner will sell at public aucton the Court t House door in Concord at 1 o'clock, p. m , on Monday, the :rd day of June, lfe'J5, a certain lot of land in the town of Concord, adjoining the lots of Mrs, James Benson (deceased), R M White and others irontine: on Main street, known as the Rock House lot, the metes and boundaries of which are fully given in the petition or complaint filed iD said proceeding. 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, m Adm'r..andiCommission" rK V i t

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