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A BATCH OF LOCAL NEWS.
Hustling rencll Pilsner.
Mr. Adolphus Hamilton 13 again
t Swink's, after an illness of sev
The Standard thanks most sin
cerely its lady friend for those
Four demolished freight cars
were attached to the only freight
train that passed here going north
Mr. Frank McGraw is quite aick.
He was removed from his room oyer
the Racket to Mr. John A Cline's
Splendid rams were repor ted to
have fallen in different sections of
the county Sunday night and Mon
"More than three hundred frying
size biddies were expressed from this
city to Columbia, S. C. D P Day
vault was the shipper,
R A Brown,; the hustling brick
man, went to Davidson College
Monday night. His work up there
will soon be completed.
Mrs. Davis Brumley, of the Pop-
sr Tent section, is yery lo n having
nsL'l a congestive chill.- Her family
:'s alarmed at her condition.
City fathers will meet tonight.
Just what business will come up,
we know not, but we do know that
something of interest will take
A large number of our citizens
are booked for a trip to Greensboro
Thursday to attend the railroad
atock-holders meeting of the North
Corn stalks in the roasting ear
patch of Uuncle Joe Young are
more than a dezen feet high. It's
juite an unusual height for corn to
get in this section of the country.
Dr. Cartknd left Monday night
for the coa3t of Maine. He goes
there to visit his old boyhood scenes
and relatives. He will be gone
until the 21st. This U a pleasant
trip for the Doctor.
In playing around the new dwell
ing of Capt, A II Propst on Main
street Sunday, some children filled
the well with small chunks of wood,
causing considerable trouble, for
which seyeral little boys got what
"Paddy gaye the drum."
The vestibule not stopping in
Joncord except for those who are
-bit to buy a ticket as far as Dan
ville north or Spartanburg south,
'vcrks an inconvenience. We had
ill bagun to sing the Southern's
praise, and noiv comes this disap
pointment and inconvenience.
"A Stitch in Time-" A dose of
Ayer's Pills has saved many a fit of
sickness ; but when a remedy does
not happen to be at hand, slight ail
ments are liable to be neglected, and
the result, frequently, is serious ill
ness ; therefore always be supplied
with Ayer's Pills.
The hose and reel company will
meet tonight for the purpose of
electing delegates to the State Fire
men's Association to meet at New
Bern next month. A full attend
an?e is requested. A trip to New
ern will be a fine one for our boys.
Communion services were held at
the Presbyteriaa, Lutheran and All
Saints' Episcopal churchea Sunday
last. Dr. J S Lafferty, President of
the county Sunday School Associa
tion, delivered a short address to the
children of the First Presbyterian
church at 3;30 o'clock in the after
noon, making chemical illustrations
tkat were impressive and interest
ing, thereby gaining the attention of
the entire congregation.
THE HUSH OF HUMANITY.
I'oople Wlio Travel, a' Seen by Our
Prof, R L Keesler is spending
today at Harriaburg;.
Capt. Jonas Cook, cf Mt.
Pleasant, was in the city.
Mis3 Efh'3 Brown will spend
Thursday m Greensboio.
Capt. Dave Bennett, of Nor
wood, was in the city Monday.
Mr. Robert Hornbuckle, of
Burlington, is visiting in the city.
Merchant L J Foil, of Mt.
Pleasant, spent the day in the city.
Mr. and Mrs, John Corriher, of
China Groye, were in the city today.
Mr. W P Hornbuckle is spend
ing the afternoon in the city of
- - Dr. H T J Ludwig and brother
S J Ludwig, of Mt Pleasant, spent
the day in the city.
Miss Essie Fisher, daughter of
Capt. Ephriam Fisher, spent this
morning in the city.
Mr, J Frank Wilke?, of Char
lotte, wa3 in the city tcday in interest
of an insurance agency.
Mrs, Chailes Perkins, of
Statesyille, is visiting her mother,
Mrs. Goldston, on church street.
Mr. L W Porter, of Kichmond,
was in the city today. His many
friends are always glad to see him.
Rev. Mr3. Parker, who has been
on a three week's yisit to her
daughter in Asheyille, returned
Miss Laura Newland, one of
Charlotte's attractive young ladie3, is
expected in the city Friday to visit
Miss Nannie Cannon.
Capt. A H Propst left today
for Charlotte, where he will "shoot
a big gun," so he says, before going
on to South Carolina.
Miss Ella Wriston, after spend
ing several days in the city, the
guest of Miss Nannie Cannon, re
turned to Charlotte today.
Mis3 Irene Kestler, who was
yisiting her brothers, Messrs. Ed
and Walter Kestler, left this morn
ing for her home in Asheyille.
Mr. J AOdell, of Greensboro,
came in today and is stopping with
h;s brother, Cape. J M Odeil. His
trip is pleasure and business com
bined. Miss Bessie Sims has returned
from Harrisburg, where she has
been yisiting for some time. Miss
Lik Stafford accompanied her and
will spend a few days in the city.
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j. nn, oiAjMLJAitu regrets 10 an
nounce the feeble condition of Mr.
Daniel Stiller, who is quite sick at
bis home at Forest Hill.
Capt W S Bingham today (Tue
day) received new uniforms for
company G. They are all pretty
and will give the soldier boys a
The semi annaul meeting of the
stockholders of the Odell Manu
f acturing Company met this after,
noon at 2:40 o'clock A good divi
dend was declared. .There waa a
Dr. J 0 Black and Mr. Monroe
Melchor, of Pioneer Mills, and two
of the most prominent citizens of
the county, spent Tuesday here.
They were in attendance upon a
meeting of the stockholders of the
Odell Manufacturirg Company,
Blood-purifiers, though gradual,
are radical in their effect. Ayer's
Sarsaparilla is intended as a medi
cine only and not a stimulant, exci
tant, or beverage. Immediate re
sults may not always follow its use ;
but after a reasonable time, perma
nent benefit is certain to be realized
Th oda Fellows Change IUoms:
The Odd Fellows have determined
to change their home.
For more than a vear this order
has been living in a room rented
from Mr. Jas. Burrage, on North
Tht Alliance baa caused trouble.
It ercms that Mr. Burrage, the
owner of the building, had a key to
the hall and the Alliance went up
and metin the Odd Fellows' lodge.
This waa without the permission or
the knowledge of the Odd Fellows'
who had the hall rented.
By accident, Noble Grand Coblt
learned of it and the meeting last
Friday night was suddenly ended.
Many of the Odd fellows are not
pleased with such intrusion, and the
Odd Fellows waited on the Masons
and asked to rent the privileges of
their hall for the meeting of the
So the Lodge comes back to where
it was reorganized several years ago.
The Masons and Knights of
Pythias and the Odd Fellows can
live together but there is a vigorous
protest when the Alliance seeks as.
Look At This L.istAnd, See If You
Xeel Auy Of Them.
Circus Soap, the best for the
price in this market.
The most popular line of tobacco
in town, by the plug or box.
The finest Green tea in town just
Damp proof Matches, the best
match I ever sold.
Railroad Mills Sweet, Gail & Ax,
Ralph, & Carolina Belle Snuff,
Oriole Parched Coffee, the best.
Oak Ridge & Dau Valley Flour,
I guarantee every sack in price and
quality. There is no better flour put
up than Dan Valley.
Fresh Butter almost every day.
I call special attention to all these
goods as I buy them in quantities
to meet the closest trade.
Honest, fair dealing is my motto.
lw John. P, Allison.
Concord's Church Attendance.
This matter was sprung at a re
cent meeting of the Concord Minis'
terB' Association, The question
was asked how many, on the aver
age, attend:d the services that is
how many different persons, count
ing no one twice, attended the
morning and night services of the
Rev. W C Alexander, of the
Presbyterian church, thought about
200 at his church ; Rev. J O Alders
man about 300 at the Baptist ; Rev.
Parker about 100 at Central ; and
Rev. MGG Scherer about 150 at
St. James' Lutheran. We could
not get the estimates of the other
churche3 in town.
The Standard knows that every
church could accommodate many
more than attend, but there is one
thing sure that one half of the
town's, population could not be
packed into our churches.
Rev. Alderman is engaged in the
very pleasant and interesting work
of ascertaining the number attend
ing the churches of both races in
An Error; A Correction.
The Standard stated that the
marriage ceremony of Miss Rowe
and Mr. Furr was conducted by
Rev. J R Moose, at Cannon nlle.
It was Rev, J D Shealey, of St. An
drews Lutheran church, that per
formed the ceremony, Miss Rowe
being one of Rev, Shealey's parish
A New Pnnip.
Mr. P B Fetzer hai received a
new pump for the springs of the
Concoid Water Works Company.
It has doable the capacity of tht
old one. The old here and there
is disappearing the new and im
proved is coming along.
1 - ; "!
LOWE & SON.
To Close out at half
2o? 25 and 4o cents
complete with rollers.
WASH GOODS, NOW
CUT TO LESS THAW
You can get nice goods foi
5 cents the yard.
Everything sold at
Rock Bottom PriCes.
LOWE & SON.
An Inflated Esti.
Master Harry Montgomery
brought to The Standard this
morning an egg bkin that bore a
remarkable resemblance to an in
flated balloon, with an extension on
the small end that looked like a
parachute attached minus the bas
ket or bars. The covering to this
egg had a silken finish and was
filled with a substance that was not
gasoline, but from appearances on
the outside of the skin it contained
something the same color as that of
This specimen of hen fruit was
found by Harris grandmother in
the yard of Dr. W II Lilly.
Will Break Dirt Xext Week. .XJt
In answer to a reporter's question,
Secty. and Treasurer J W Cannon,
of the Cannon Mfg. Co., said that
dirt would break next week for the
new cotton mill his company in
The mill will be located about 200
feet from the old mill.
These are buay times in Concord
DURHAM. W.Cb U.S.A. g
High Grade Tobacco
I kgfe I
IISBCT'VV.buK&Sons fltCo.TJsrS r I
Every few days we "
get in a supply of
new and stylish goods
See our N, B. Crepons.
See our Black Crepons
And we have also a
big lot of Criterion
Cloths that are sims
ply beautiful at 81 3c.
And we have just
received a big lot 36
men striped and Fig
ured Crepe Effects.
You ought to see
our loyely Jaconette
Plisse. 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 yon
want a pretty Oxford
Tie don't fail to
We have them
all Driees Krin
$1,00 to $2,50.
See oar Sun Um
brellas at low figures.
HAMMOND & CO. J
Stocband Bond 1
130 & 132 Pearl Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Stocks, 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 .r , 5,75
Stains , 405
Corrected bv C. W Swink.
Bacon g j
Sugar-cured nama 12Hol5
Bulk meats, sides 8 to (J
Flour(North Carolina) 1.75
I will sell the following artic1 m
belonging to the town of Conco. J,
to wit: One Mule, Town Carts a ad
harness, Plow and one Champion
lioad Macnine. Any person desir
ing to buy any of the above artices
coll on me at once. By order of
Board h. U. MORRISON,
June 11th, 1895. Mayor.
MORRISON H. CALDW.ELli,
attobkky at law,
CONCORD, N. Q,
Office in Morrig building, opposite