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A BATCH OF LOCAL NEWS.
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II nstliutf Pencil Pnslicr.
Attention ia called to the adver
tisement of Mr. Pounds. Look it up.
Mrs. Moose, wife of Rev. J R
Moose, of Cannonville, is quite sick.
Anticipating a hat wave, Mr. I) P
Jay vault got in 500 palm laf funs
Our exchanges have given but
little prominence to the moequito
As it has been running : one cold
week and then one hot one. This ia
to be the hot one.
Esq. J 0 Witherspoon was in Con
cord shortly after breakfast. He
came m on hia wheel,
Capt. J M W Alexander was in
town for a coffin for a colored man
that died on his place, Sunday.
Mr. John A Blackwelder on his
way back to Kewberry, S. C, speiat
the day in Concord. His friends
were glad to see him.
The libel suit. of Judge Whiteker
against Mrs. Pattie D B Arrington
has been set for trial at the January
term cf Wake court.
Judge Boykin gets no rest. He
goes direct .from Lexington to
Greensboro, where a special term for
civil cases only is to be held.
Se:d a Concord wife: "ItY the
little things that worry." Said her
husband in reply: "Especially
Then there are six of them."
Mr, H McNamara, who made it
convenient to cany as Lexington for
his marble yard heard all the fam
ous trial. He returned Friday
Mr. Charlay Railey was, Sunday
corning at 8:30 o'clock, married to
Mi3s Alice Eudy, the marriage tak
ing place -at the home of the bride,
on Buffalo street. Rev. M A Smith
Key. Dr. C M Payne and wife
will arrive in the city to-night and
during their visit will be guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J P Allison. Concord
will be delighted to see this very
Prof. P E Wright has withdrawn
his resignation of the principalship
of the Enochville Academy, lie
will be assisted by Miss Essie Fisher,
one of Cabarrus7 most excellent
No. 11 township Sunday school
convention will be held in the Cold
water Baptist church on Thursday,
August 1. This is one week sooner
than formerly announced. Public
Miss Bessie Sims was bitten by
something several nights ago, which
caused her eye to become swollen to
such an extent that she could
scarcely see. The swelling has gone
down and all is right again.
"Well," said an Englishman, "I
have taken a powder for my head
ache, a pellet for my liver, a capsule
for my gouty foot. Now, what
puzzles me is.how do the things know
the right place to go after they get
The attempted runaway of Mr. G
W Patterson's dray horse waa enough
to excite a little. This is the horse
that ran in several tournaments and
that aided the Knight to win. The
korse just thought he was in a tour
It was announced Sunday, morning
-t the First Presbyterian church
that "Rpt n r r . i
w, v ox x ayne, xormeriy pas
tor of that church and a beloved
citizen of this city, , is expected to
conduct services at that church
Wednesdav nirm- tt,
j .64i -i.ua JuuLuciuuc
friends are rejoiced to know that he
13 frt triotf i et
Firmen: There 'vili be an im
portant called meeting of the Lose
and reel company totigqt at 8
o'clock in their hall. A full at
tendance is desired.
Few medicines have he-d their
ground so successfully as Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. During the past
fifty years, it has been the most
popular of all cough-cures and the
demand for it today is greater than
ever before. Prompt to act and
sure to cure.
A certain clerk, becoming rushed
and somewhat excited Saturday
afternoon, pumped a barrel of
molasses into a kerosene oil tank
and sold it nearly all before the dis
covery was made. He is quite an
aged man, but, it is said, he is mat
Mr. J A Richie, of No. 6, was in
the city Saturday and brought us a
radish that rises to the dignity of a
freak. It was ploughed up. It is
shaped like an Irish potato, but it
grew without a top or any outside
growth. The only root it had was
a slender one ten inches long.
To preeat pale and delicate
children from lasping into chronic
invalids later in life, they should
take Ayer's Sarsaparilla together
with plenty of wholesome food and
out-door. exercise. What they need
to build up the system i3 gcod red
The "Stars," the second nine of
this city will play a gime with Salis
bury Thursday afternoon at the Ifeir
Grounds. An admission fee of ten
cents will be charged to help defray
the expenses of the visiting team.
Give the boys a good crowd. It will
be an interesting game.
No. 5 tewnehip Sunday school con
vention will be held at Mt. Carmel
on Saturday, July 27. Kev. Shealey,
of the Lutheran church, Key. Mc
Laurin, of the Methodist church,
and Rev. Davis, of the Kefoimed
church are all expected to deliver
short addresses to the convention. It
is hoped that there will be a large
About one month ago The Stand
ard made mention of some one tak
ing the tap3 from the buggy of Mr.
W A Stone while he was in attend
ance upon preaching at Bays chapel
one night during the recent revival.
On Saturday the public well at Can
non's factory was being cleaned out,
and the taps from the buggy were
found. The wrench is yet missing.
An opportunity you can't afford to
lose is the round trip to Richmond
on Monday, July 22, when an ex
cursion will be run, the cost of
which is only $4.00 from Concord.
Everybody is going. Special ar
rangements will be made for ladies.
Refreshment cars. Good discipline
guaranteed. Train will leaye Cons
cord at 8:40 o'cloek Monday morn
ing. July 22. For further partic
ulars call on agent, Mr. D L Best,
at Dove & Bost's. lw
A "lieu-pecked" Boy,
Almost every reader of The
Standard has read of the "hen
pecked husband," but in this case it
is fortunately an unmarried man.
While working with his chickens
Sunday, Master Roy Thornburg's
eyes were almost pecked out by a
bantam hen, They are not seriously
To the Springs Sunday.
The following composed the party
that went to Misenheimer's springs,
Sunday morning : Mrs. Laura Moss,
Misses Agness Moss, Elizabeth Gib
son, and Messrs. O W Swink, J S
Smith deal, C R Montgomery, Maury
Richmond, Earl and Luther Brown
and Fred Sraitb. AH returned Sun
day c j . ecc-p. Mr?, Moss and
Mr. C W Swink.
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
People Who Travel Seen by nr
Mr. Albeit Gillon wa3 in the
Mr. Ike Lowe is up from
Mr. G C Heglar, of New Lon
don, was in the city.
Mr. W Smithdeal, of Salisbury,
is in the city this afternoon,
Carpenter Charles Propst left
today for Spartanburg, S. C.
Messrs Henry L Propst and S A
Hamilton returned today from Lex
Superintendent J F Shinn, of
the graded school, s'pent the day in
the city .
Mr. D J Bostian spent Sunday
at Sos&amon's springs, with Mrs,
Bostian, his wife.
Mr. Arthur M Faggart spent
yesterday at the home of his parents,
near Poplar Tent.
Messrs, Hoover and M L Black
welder spent Sunday at home ; the
latter went south today.
Mr. J W Burkhead has returned
from the mountains. The climate
was too cold for him.
Mr, M L Blackwelder left to
day for Mt. Holly, Gastonia, Shelby
and other points in that section.
Mr. II McNamara got in Sat
urday night from a trip through
Davidson and Rowan counties.
Mr. George Murr and little
sister, Carrie, are visiting in Salis
bury, the family of Mr. M L, Ritch.
Mrs. S E Allen arrived today
from Winston to attend the death
bed of her brother, Mr. J W Fink.
Mr. Penick Query is in town.
He will spend several days here be
fore returning to his home at
Lawyer M H H Caldwell rei
turned this morning from Davidson
College, accompanied by Mr.
Mrs. W J Hall and children,
of Wilmington, are expected in the
city tomorrow evening to visit Mrs.
Hall's parent's, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Those who returned today from
Misenbeimer's Springs were Misses
Jannette and Sallie Bell Erwin;
Elizabeth Gibson and Messrs, A J
Yorkeand James Levi.
Prof R L Keesler arrived in the
city today from Lexington and Salis
bury, He brought with him a
bright, curly-headed boy, his nephew
Master Thomas Johnson, of Salis
Miss Lucy Montgomery and
guests, Misses Mamie and Ethel
Norris, of Raleigh, are spending ,the
afternoon in Charlotte with Mrs.
Dr, ' Register, Miss Montgomery's
Mrs. Thomas Ritch, who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. Sam S
Murr, returned to Charlotte, her
home, today. Mrs. Joe Ritch, of
Brooklyn, N. Y., who Is stopping at
Mr. John Kimmons,J will spend
some time here.
The Association BTo Fair.
Secretary Ludwig, of the tiaharrus
Fair Association, tells a Standard
reporter that the association will not
hold a fair this fall. The associa
tion has, however,: decided, to let at
reasonable rates the grounds to any
party who may .desire hold an .ex
hibition or to have races. If there
are such persons' and wish any ; in
formation as to the prices etc, tliey.
will call upon Treasurer J O Gib
son, at the court house.
LOWE & SON
To Close out at half
2o, 25 and 4o cents
complete with rollers.
WASH GOODS, NOW
OUT TO LESS THAN
You can get nice goods for
5 cents the yard.
Everything sold at
Rock Bottom PriCes.
LOWE & SON.
plaids and sheetings
(DEB L BHKUfllSE
Four foot wood Jalvays wanted-
best prices for same. We invite an
inspections! of, 'all; the goods
3i all Kinds
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 aims
ply beautiful at Si-3c.
And we have just
received a big lot 36
inch 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 you
want a pretty Oxford
Tie don't fail to see
us. We haye them ;
at all priees 50c.
,00 to $2,60.
See oar Sun Urns
brellas at low figures.
MORRION, LENTZ Xf CO
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HAMMOND & CO.
Stock and, Bond!
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 C
Low middling j 5.75
Corrected bv C. W Swink.
Sugarcured nams 12itol5
Bulk meats, sides 8 to 9
Flour(North Carolina) 1.75
1 will sell the following articles
belonging to the town of Concord,
to wit: One Mule. Town Uarts and
harness, Plow' and: one' 1 Champion
itoaa Macmne. t iAny person idesn
ing to buy any of the above articles
coll on me at bnoa By order oi
Board L, AL MORRISON.
J une 11th, 1895. Mayor.
MORRISON H. CALDWELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CONCORD, N. C.
Office in Morris building, opposite