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. A BATCH OF-LOCAL NEWS. ,
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Grapes are ripening.
Dr. Ladwig, of Mt. Pleasant, was
In the city.
Paper horse shoes haye appeared
r Mr. George W Taylor is the officer
of the grand jury.
Lexington was minus, a preacher
on Sunday, All were away.
A very inferior quality of frnit is
the only kind on the market.
Beunet & Morris sold three new
hacks Saturday. People will ride.
Buffalo Thread Mill can be seen
from the depot. It will, when fin
ished, make quite a grand appear
ance. Kiah Murr has put a sun shade
on his dray wagon. It looks a little
juggy, but then it makes a good top
Col. Shimpock, of Mt. Pleasant,
Is not doing so well. His legs are
swelling, which is regarded as very
The 3-year-old child of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm, Springer died at their
home on Mill street this morning,
't had been sick for several weeks.
Cabarrus county is entitled to one
free- tuition pupil in the Mechanical
college for colored. people, at Greens
boro. This is decided by compete
Mr, John W Propst who is a
f rnited States officer got excused
from jury service. He was so pleased
over it that be bought himself a
brand -fired new buggy.
Mr. J F Dayvault, after spending
several weeks with his father at
Barium Springs, is in the city. He
has accepted a position with his
brother, Mr. D P Dayvault.
Low limbs that1 extend over
Spring street near the big gully be
low the graded school grounds, will
: the cause of an accident to some
one if they are not soon trimmed.
Dr. Carr, a young professional
man of Mecklenburg county, has
located in the Southern part of the
county. He makes his home at Mr.
Mc. Long's, near the county line.
Capt. N G White, of No. 11
township, father of Mr. Thomas J
Whie, who clerka at Yorke &
Wads worth, is seriously ill. There
13 little or no hope for his recov
ery. The camp meeting at Bethel, No.
iO, will begin August 8th. This
atnp ground is always largely at
tended and preparations are aheady
making for the comfort of all at
tendants. When Mr. M M Morrison greeted
Mr. Jesse Hamilton this morning,
they had to shake by using a stick.
Their arms were too short to reach,
and both of these young fellows have
recently been sick.
Mr. John P Allison's wheat pro
duction this year reaches only about
"1,100 bushels. Last year he made
1,300. Whilst his crop is not a
bragging one, he did not have the
acreage he did last year,
A young child of Mrs. Laura
Baxter, a widow lady at Forest Hill,
died this (Tuesday) morning from
the effects of a recent stroke of
paralysis. The child's remains will
interred at the cemetery tomor
Mr. b L Kluttz, of Clear Creek
ixo. ju, will in the course of a
month open out a beef market in
Concord. He was here Monday
looking out a suitable location. IT: ;
will spend a month in Charlo i.i'j'.SOv L
mih 02QQi the best butchers, ; rain,
Tntt State Making: Away W ith Casow
Since Monday afternoon's sessien,
court has been doing some rapid
business in minor 'cases, many of
which have been suspended on pay
ment of cost. Thd following cases
flaring went to the jury, resulted as
is seen below: 1
' State vsl Bob Gilmer, assault with
deadly weapon, not guilty.
State Y8. Fred Barnhardt, larceny,
State vs. Eph Littles and Wiiae
Garland, disturbing religious wor
ship, not guilty.
State vs. Israel Harris, for larceny
and burglary; guilty of burglary
in second degree.
The above is the proceedings up
to the afternoon session.
There are no greens on the mar
ket they are out of season.
The crowd that attends court on
Tuesday is usually yery large. This
court it did not come up to its for
The chain gang numbers 24, It
is at work near Black's Mill. It will
go to No, 11 near Faggart's Mill
1 hose assisting Sheriff Sims in the
usnal duties peitaining to that
office are : W L Parish, J S Hill and
John It Cruse,
Foreman H C Cook, f the Grand
J ury, is teaching at Sossamon's. J F
Newell, Esq., is holding things
down during Esq. Cook's absence.
Next Thursday the annual picnic
at J W Carriker's store in No 10
will occur. Mr. D P Diyvault
usually attends and furnishes the
ice for the free lemonade.
The colored Episcopal church is
being moved from the corner of Mill
and Spring streets to a site near the
branch that runs under Mill street,
near Jersey town. The lot on which
the church formerly stood has been
sold to parties who will put up a
handsome dwelling house in the near
If you would have an abundance
of dark, glossy hair, if you would
haye a clean scalp, free from dan
druff and irritating humors, or if
your hair is faded and gray, and you
wold have its natural color restored,
use Ayer's Hair Vigor. It is unques
tionably the best dressing.
From Mr. Tom P Johnston, of
Salisbury we' learn that trouble is
feared at that place on Thursday,
incensed negroes having made
threats to do damage if Ferron and
Brown are hanged. Sheriff Monroe
has everything ready for the execus
tion and will throw the trap about
noon on Thursday. ,
To make your business pay, good
health is a prime factor. To secure
good health, the blood should be
kept pure aud vigorous by the use of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Wen the vital
fluid is impure and sluggish, there
can be neithei health, streugtb, nor
Mr. W L Bell two years ago lost
his gold fountain pen. On Monday
while walking through his garden
he, seeing something black, stooped
and picked up his lost pen. Un
capping it, it was ready for use. The
pen was clean and loaded. Strange
the ink didn't feeeze and burst up
things during last winter.
Mr. John F Downum, superinn
tendent of the Dallas, N, C. cotton
mills, gave The Standard a pleas
ant call. He has been in the cotton
mill business since a boy, and from
appearance the effect of the grind
ing business has not caused his face
7'1 - 3
- 3 v; "jbs probably
j a L..:ive Concord
h this place in 18S0,
I THE RUSH OF fl UMANITY i
People fFbb Travel a 6ei '"byir
Mr. H I VYoodhonse is ia Char
Mr. B H Adams, of Statesville,
is in the city.
Mr. W R Kindley, of Mt Pleas,
ant, was in the city.
Mr. A J Yorke left for a trip
up the road this morning.
Mr. James F Dayvanlt got in
last night from Troutman's.
Capt, S E White, of Fort Mills,
S. C, is in the city for a few days.
Mr. W W Reed, of Salisbury, is
visiting his brother, Mr. Joel Reed,
Bric-a-brac drummer, J Mack
Reynolds spent the day in the city.
Mr. E M Andrews, of Char
lotte, spent this morning in the city.
Dr. J E Cartland arrived home
from a trip to Pennsylvania this
Paincer Ed F Correl returned
to the city this morning from
Mr. and Mrs. John D Barrier,
of Mt. Pleasant, spent the day at Mr.
John A Cline's.
Mr, James N Bell spent Mon
day night at the home of his father
in No. 3 township.
Mr. George A Baker, the pleas
ant and polite little dry goods
drummer from Baltimsre, was here
Miss Lillie Wilkinson left today
for Spartanburg, S. C, where she
will spend several weeks with Mrs.
W C Correll.
Miss Mabel Tomlinson, of Dun
ham, will arrive in tnecity tonight.
She will be the guest of Miss Nan
Mrs. R A Phifer, who has been
on a visit to Mrs. N D Fetzer, has
gone to visit Mrs. J A Heilig, of
Master Nathanial Johnston, of
Mooresville, is spending some time
with his grand-parent3, Mr- and
Mrs. Milas Johnston.
Mayor L C Caldwell, of States
ville, arrived last night. He has
considerable practice in Cabarrua
courts. He is a native Cabarrus
Miss Mary Barrier, accompanied
by Mr. Herbert Miller, of Bear
Poplar, spent Monday night at Mr.
John Cline's, on their way to Mt,
A. I.I t lie Boy Hurt.
All readers of The Standard
are familiar with the fall of man,
but the fall of little Stafford Morri
so n was quite different. He was
playing with other children in his
father's barn loft this (Tuesday)
and made an awkward step and fell
to the ground floor, his head striking
first. The little fellow was
knocked unconscious for a little
while, but soon revived. He is not
seriously hurt, but his fall was a
It May lio as Mncli'for You.
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, I1L
writes that ho had a Severe Kidney
trouble for many years, with severe
pains in his bask and also that his
bladder was affected. He tried many
so called Kidney cures but wtthout
any good result. About a year ago
he begau use of Electric Bitters and
found relief at once- Electric Bit
ters is especially adapted to cure of
all Kidney and Liver troubles and
often gives almost instant relief
One trial will prove ' our statement
Price only 50c. for large bottle. At
Fetzer's Drug Store,
The picnickers 'left at 4. o'clock
for Bost's mill. Thev wilir retnrn
some time during the nigfik " It Tria
a jolly crowd.
LOWE & SON.
E LOT OF
at twenty-five and fifty cents a Set.
AT 5o CENTS.
AT 25 CENTS.
ladies pins at 5c-
20, 25 and 40 cts.
1 ACE CURTAINS
at $1,00 to $2.50.
li MHm Co.
PLAIDS AND SHEETINGS,!
Four foot wood "always wanted
beat rrioes for same. We invite an
inspections of all the goods w9
just received a lot of
pretty percales for
Shirt Waists. Don't
fail to see them.
of new and Stylish
prints just in. Good
a few pieces of Or
gandie Lawns that
will go at low figures
want the coolest and
prettiest hot weather
dress call and see our
2-yards wide white
lot of Ladies Black
Hose to go ot 5 cents.
Blue Crepons for
Shirt Waists are the
correct thing for Hot
of Ladies Oxford Ties
in Black and Tans are
the handsomest in the
town. Go, say the
Ladies and our prices
are lower too.
and more Tobacco for
less money than can
be bought in Con- '
cord. You that use
iobacco can save
money by seeing us
Morrion, Lentz & Co
HAMMOND & CO.;
Stock and Bond?
130 & 132 Parl Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Stocks, Bonds and Grain bought and
sold, or carried on Margin.
P. S. Send for explanatory circu
lar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Fre'e) dwly
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer.
Good middling 6
Low middling ....... 5,75
Corrected bv C. W Swink.
Sugarcured nams 12tol5
Bulk meats, sides 8 to 9
ggS - 10
Lard 8 toll
Flour(North Carolina) 1.75
Tallow 3 to
I will sell tbe following articles
belonging to the town of Concord,
to wit: One Mule, Town Uarts and
harness, Plow and one. Champion
-r- i r ; I...
rtoaa iuacmne. uny person a esir
ing to buy any of tbe above articles
coll on me at once. By order of
Board L. M. MORRISON,
June 11th, 1895. Mayor.
MORRISON H. CALDWELL,
. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CONCORD, , N. C,
Office in Morris building, opposite