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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, July 15, 1895, Image 4

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1! L'l J, i I : ill i. minimi iiiWT,,''SKjE!!?!!!t' NEW BICYCLES CALL AND LOOK AT THEM. L Patterson, COLUMBIA, HARTFORD AMD CRESCENT BICYCLES, Co ncoi , SO. r ount Amoena SEMIN A R Y A FlourK-iiice School for Young Ladies. TEN TEACHERS,- Orumuitfil Branches Receive Carefui Attention, REV. G. L. T. FISHER, A. M Principal, MOUNT PL ASANT. nallrnnd Rates Meeting of Baptist Young Peo ple's Union of Auu-rica, BaJtimora, ML Tickets on sale July 1G and 17. Gocd going only on "date of sale with final limit August 5, 1895. Iron-clad conditions to be corns plied with, Fare for round trip $12-30. For U.or l iny T oars. Mrs. Window's SootL:ng Syrup has been used for over tifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all Clires wind colic, and is the best remedy tor Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor tittle sufferer immediately. Sold by Druggists in every mrt of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle Be sure and ask'for -Mrs. Winslow' Soohing Syrup." and take no other kind. ' mw2&w I OUR SUNDAY SCHOOLS. nun llfJPlll c AKD MECHANIC AiV i o. i J 1 i Mitn in o- C"i:CGRI, N. 0. The next session of this Col lPge will begin September fith. Examinations at county seats first Saturday in August. Young men desiring a tech nical education at an unusual ly low cost will do well to ap id y for catalogue to A. O. HOLLA DAY, Pres., Raleigh, N. 0. w uv v. J. M. Op?v.l, President, D. B. OcLTUAiNi-, Cashier. L. D. Ooii kaxf., Assistant Cashit-r Capital, Surplus, 350,000 si 0,000 i ! UNIVERSITY OF re n I bAnUL I ! i w h i " .' S J, M. Odkll, El am Kiistr, W R. Odki.l, W. II, Lilly, 1). B, OLTRANli. Comprises the. University, the tim I.fivvnnd Atedical 1). f! Cannon ! Schools, and the J. U7. Cannon-, U,tt r iv r t-ii SCHOOL Enrollment r Members, anrt IH Number In Attendance Yet'rlay. The subject of our Sunday Schools being of great interest to our readers, The Standard will every Monday, publish the number of scholars in attendance, so all our readers can tell jast what each Sunday school is doing. On account of the exceedingly hot weather, the hour for holding Sunday school has been changed in all the churches from 3 in the evening to 9:30 in the morning. . ' II I - 4 ntA . t There were in attendance jesici day at Central M- E. church 83 Enrollment 1 Absent Forest Hill M. E. church... . Enrollment Absent Forest Hill Presbyterian Enrollment Absent Union School Cannon ville 102 Enrollment 150 Absent 48 Reformed church 42 Enrollment 50 Absent 8 St. James Lutheran 07 FnmUmrmt.. 130 Absent 33 Firft Presbyterian 125 Enrollment (about; iu Absent 00 Baptist church 73 Enrollment iw Absent 27 The enrollment in the different Sunday schools of the city 1,511 scholars, and in attendance yesterday the total number was 977, making the absentees 534. The Standard will appreciate it, if the seeretanea of the different Sunday schools'will furnish us each week with the attendance of mem hers. .375 .579 .201 . 80 .175 . 95 Mfe IL I for teachers. Tuition C0 ; 35 YOUMlf lf teachers. 471 students. Ad smRWM t4 Lil dress President Winston, WMp W Em'iS chapel Hill, N C. for Cata- ftIF YOU 3'JYfl 33 sfsasrap m iii $ UAIUIU VWIICGB locue and handbook on "UNI VERSITY EDUCATION." For men, women or toys at prices ranging from 15 to 5S0. We ship from factory reject to approval and are the only manufactur ers sellmgdirect to ConsomerB. Wt have no Agentg. We otfer greater yaloe in our Oxford Gladiator wheels at $ftO to SQ than other manufacturers with prices from glOO to 9150. Every wheel folly -warranted. Don't-pay I oral dealers a profit of Fifty percent. Cut this out and write to-day for our hand3ome catalogue. Address, i OXFORD Ufdt GOijiswaArTmcitio-1 TOWN OHD1NAJSCE. Be it ordained by the Ommis 'pioners of the Town of Concord, N. C : 1 hat ar y one who shall commit a nnifinnp.fi on either the Tyhite or colored graded school grounds, or who shall throw a rock or ball on said grounds, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall be fined Ten Dollars or iin prisoned Joi Ten Days. Provided: This ordinance hall net piohibit playing ball by the pupils of said schools during the school term. This ordinance shall be in effect on and after June 12, 1895. By order of Board. J. L. HABTSELL. This June 11, 1805. Clerk. BUT NOT DROWNDED COST MARKS GONE GLIMEMRING. Come, let's reason together about yalues:Itrwill pay you. As everyone in our town, and miles in the country, knows, the downspour of last Tuesday "caught us" without a cover over our heads. We sus tained quite a damage. But what of that. We are able to stand it, and if you need anything in the Furniture line it will be money to you. Until goods are all sold we are going to make prices that will astonish the natives. Say, do you need a Re- frigerator? We have the only cleanable, and the Freezing Gumey' on the market. See itbefore you buy. Shipments will be in this week. Yours to please. Cannons, Fetzer :& Bell. Got Into II Grandpa Medicine Case. One day last week a little two and one-half year old boy of Mr. J A Measamer, of No. 9 c-ime near put ting an end to his lite. It happened this way : His grandpa, Dr. P J A Haines rode up, left his medicine case in nis vehicle and went into the house. While in there the little boy together with an older child were playiug in the vehicle. They opened the Doctor's medicine case and as it happened the first bottle touched was full of a preparation the chief ingredient of which was opium. The child took a big swal low of it. The fact that the child had swallowed something was com municated by the older child. A watch of the child began. It was not long until he began to get stupid and Sleepy. The family began the usual remedies in such cases. The father walked, carried and tossed the little fellow-about from late in the evening until 3 oV.lock the next morning before the effects of the drug was overcome. It was an exciting time and had the little boy been alone when tak ing the drug, it would have died without anyone suspicioning any trouble, It is needless to sav that the lit tle fellow will stay out of its grandpa's saddle bags hereafter. Went Demoeratlc. Democrat Alfred Litaker had Democrat Magistrate Kimmons to sit upon a suit, represented by Demo, cratic Lawyer W G Means, against Populist J M Burrage, who was de fended by Populist M H B. Cald well at Mr. Means' law office this (Monday) afternoon. "The suit went Democratic," saya Lawyer Caldwell. Iff iW-i rJTWll M 17 vl Court Next Week. Judge W L Norwood, of the 12th district, Waynesville, N, C, will pre side at the term of court for Cabar rus to begin next Monday. For other local news, see second Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmlf substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing: SjTups, and - tor OIL It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years- d by Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms ana y feverishncss. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates tho stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas toria is the Children's Panacea- the Mother's Friend Castoria. Castoria. 'Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its good effeet upon their children." Dr. G. C. Osgood, Lowell, Mass. "Castoria is the best remedy for children of which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not far distant when mothers will consider the real Interest of their childien, and use Castoria instead of the various quack nostrums which are destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful agents down their throats, thereby pending them to premature graves." Dr. J. F. Kincheloe, Conway, Ark. ' Ostoria is so well adapted to children that I recomn.end it as superior to any prescription known to me." H. A. ARCHER, M. D., in So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. "Our physicians in the children's depart ment have spoken highly of their experi ence in their outside practice with Castoria, and although we emly have among our medical supplies what is known as regular products, yet we are free to confess that ii c merits of Castoria has won us to look w'.th favor upon it." v United Hospital and Disfensarv, Boston, Mats. Allen C. Smith, Pres. The Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, New York City. iiw-i in in m ii .mi .hi ii .nil) ii ipmii WWyffgff'gW' o o 2 s -t p i i o r- 03 2 H. i -1 C3 r -fr rs -v Q5 -t -D go -s CD p Hi3 ? s CO 2 ty a- O V5 o -t CO o o P 1 rt rr- v m m D a 3 O o o ' ?p c i o O 3 CD p a c 'T3 cr1 - wSo o GO Or 85 3 s 5- g O O CD w I: II El OUR CLOSING OUT SALE OF SUMMER DRESS GOODS - IS ON. - Lawns worth 12 cents now at 8 1-3 per yard. Lawns worth 6 cents now at jnst half price. (Jacenet Flisse worth 15 cents to gofor 8 13 ctsjper yard. PRETTY LINE OF SELVYN SUITING thirtysix inches wide to go at 6i cents. NOW'S YOUR TIME.

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