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A BATCH OF LOCAL NEWS.
rii'ke.i Up and Put in .Shape Jly Onr
liiiNtlfHtr Pencil Pusher.
Kifcz, with his lemonaee outfit, is
Wood and melon wagons were
not so plentiful today.
Mrs. W G Watson, of Salisbury, i8
visiting her son-in-law, Dr. Smoot.
Not iess than a hundred left this
morning for the hanging at Salis
Mr. Frank McGraw is again con
fined to his room at Mr. J. A.
A hanging bee has a3 bad effect on
the working class of people as does
Key, J C Davis, D.D., will preach
at the Episcopal church of Lexing
ton, next Sunday.
The Stetle Range men will have
co pay tax. That's right. They are
awful pedlers at best.
Remember that Damon and Py
thias is to be seen at the Hall to
night. Go, See onr local talent.
The Standard thanks ttorney
Jerome for an invitation to the
Masonic picnic at Albemarle Aug. 6.
Lowe & Son, in their new adver
tisement of today tell 50U of many
great bargins in dry goods, shoe?
and clothing. Read it.
Jno, R Gentry, the Cne trotter be
longing to Mr. L Banks Holt, of
4-ui iiiiiiiuii, Li.uwi.eu u unit: 11 tuuta-
Jay in 2:04 i at Freeport, 111.
Damon and Pythias tOonight, If
you wish to enjoy a treat by our owe
talent, avail yourself of. the oppor
tunity by going out to-night.
Mr. J M Mabery is out again after
a season of sickness. Mrs. Mabery
his wife, is now quite sick, having
taken seriously so Wednesday
Mr. M. 15. Hartsell left this inorn
nig for Charlotte. . After spending
the day in that city, he will go to
Lexington and Greensboro on a
Rey. G. D. Bernheim, D. I)., of
Wilmington, at the request of a
large number of German settlers at
Newbern, N. C, will at an early day
organize a- Lutheran congregation
'The Southern Conference of the
Evangelical Lutheran Synod of
North Carolina met. at St. John's
today. Rev. M G G Scherer and de
legate A M Brown went from St.
James. Rey J D Shealy and de
legate of St. Andrews also went.
Messrs. W W Morris and John S
Smithdeal have resigned their po
sitions as salesmen at the hardware
store of Bennette & Morris. They
will remain in the city for some
time. What they contemplate doing
will be made public later.
If you would have an abundance
of dark, glossy hair, if you would
have a clean scalp, free from dan
druff and irritating humors, or if
your hair is faded and griy, and you
wold have its natural color restored,
use Ayer's Hair-Vigor. It is unques
tionably the best dressing.
This is about a native Cabarrusite
ind a son of the late Col, T H Rob
"Men. The Wiikesboro Chronicle
3ays ; "Rev. C W Robinson ha3
oyed his family to the Brushy
Mountain Iron & Lithia Springs, to
spend the summer,"
Mr. Rufus L Patterson, formerly
with the Odell Mfg. Co., but now of
Durham, has 6een appointed chief
marshal for the next State Fair.
Col. J ule Carr is a fine target shooter,
33 he shows in selecting thi3 compe
tent and graceful young man.
IS THERE TROUBLE ?
A'othinK From Nalisbury at All f lie
Wires Will Not Work Did Threats
.,, The Standard sent a representas
tive to Salisbury to, report the hang
ing.. We waited until 4:30 o'clock
for, tjie matter. The wires fetched
The wires leading into the Salis
bury office being disarranged or
cut leads some to believe that there
is trouble in Salisbury.
It will be remembered that threats
were made that the ' negroes would
Marriage licenses are now printed
in green ink. Let a strong pro
test be made.
Merchant Jno. K Patterson en
tertained a hard, shaking chill
The Loval Temperance Legion
lawn partv has been postponed to
Friday from 4 to 8 o'clock p. m.,
the weather being fayorable,
Rev. J E L Winecoff, son-in-law
of Mr. M M Gillon and a native of
Cabarrus county, is serying
bvlerian congregation at
burg, S. C.
Master Sid Leatz started to Salis-
bury on v. bicycle Wednesday night.
He had gotten as far as Glasses when
his wheel came to pieces. He re
turned on the 10 o'clock train, carry
awheel under each arm.
Masters Joe Cannon and Luther
Brown have gone to Blowing Rock,
via Charlotte, through the country
They will be joined in Charlotte,
by Master George Wads worth, who
will accompany them.
The elements grew low and the
clouds wept, which superstition may
declare was sadness for the doomed
men. At any rate Cols. Ferrand
and Brown had one more taste of
cool weather before going to glory.
Mr. C. F. Ritchie tells me that in
a few day3 he will take a vacation.
He will spend a month between vis
its to Salisbury, his old home, and
Missenhemer and Lentz'a Springs.
I here declare that if any man de
serves a yacation, Charlie does,
Recently Mr. Dan Faggart, of No.
8, sold $400 worth of cotton. He
receiyed pay in gold. lie was sur
prised at the amount. It weighed
1,1 pounds. Had h3 been paid in
silyer it would have required a flour
sack to hold it and weighed 24
To make your business pay, good
health ie a prime factor. To secure
good health, the blood should be
kept pure aud vigorous by the use of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Wen the yital
fluid :3 impuie and sluggish, there
can be ne'ithei health, streugth, nor
Mr. M J Freeman has an apple
tree on his lot that is acting as
queerly as some of the hens in the
spring. He brought us in a twin
apple just as perfect as were the
Siamese twins. There are many
others on this tree. Shall we know
it by its fruits.
Messrs, John Correll, Albert
Fre:ze, Wade aud Hopewell Barrier
started for Salisbury on their bicy
cles this morning. Freeze, and Cor
rell got as far as China Grove, and
concluded it was too muddy and
heayy to pull on. They returned
yia the Southern at 11 o'clock.
The Governor yesterday offered a
reward of $200 for unknown parties
who burned some mill property of J
W Connelly in Caldwell county.
The property having been twice de-
stroved bv hre. the worK was
, - - w
thonnM t? '-h? the work of iccendia
rz. ', .-;je will be paid upon
THE RUSH OF. HUMANITY.
People Wiio Travel b; Seen by Oar
Mr. W A Smith is in Charlotte
Miss Lora Walter, of Durham,
is visiting in the city.
Master Edgar Caldwell wen! to
Matthews last night.
Merchant C G Heilig, of Mt.
Pleasant, was in she city.
Mr. Arnold Shaw, of Charlotte
was a visitor to the city yesterday
Dr. Armfield, of Beaver Dam, is
spending a week with his friend, Dr.
B L Griffin.
Mr. T BRice, once a merchant
of this city, but now of Ore Hill, N.
C, is in the city for a few days.
Mr. G O Cornelius, who has
been in the city for some time, left
this morning for Mooresville, his
Mr. and Mrs. J W Walker are
visiting in Greensboro for a few
days, having gone to that place this
Mr. D C Correll and son, Mas
ter Harrold, and Miss Carrie White
are expected from Spartanburg this
Mrs. C A Caldwell returned to
the city yesterday, after spending
some time with her brother, Mr.
Cochrane, at Harrisburg.
Dr.Sam L Montgomery returned
last night from Monroe, where he
attended the funeral of Mr. Win
chester, his father-in-law.
Photographer Ssott left for
Salisbury, and will take snap shot
pictures of the hanging and other
interesting scenes attending it.
Mr. and Mrs. Day id Honey cutt
and daughter Miss Laura, of Mallard
Greek, Mecklenburg county, spent
last night and today in the city with
Capt. and Mrs. S E White, of
Fort Mills, S. C, who were visit
ing at Esquire R W Allison's, left
his morning for Lawyer's Roads,
W a a
va.. wnere tner will spend some
Miss Margaret Cullen, who has
been .spending several weeks with
Miss.Jessie HeatoD, .will leave to
nigkt for AtlantawMere she will
spend a week before returning to her
home in Birmingham.
Big JFire in Greensboro.
Early this morning Mr. J G
Broadnax; Jr., who represents the
arge wholesale. tobacco firm of J G
Broadnax & Co., of Greensboro, re
ceived a telegram announcing that
he company had been burned out
ast night. We could not get all the
particulars, but it is said the firm
carried a $10,000 stock, fully in
Senator Tillniau, August 13,
Senator Ben Tillman, of South
Carolina, will be here August 13.
His free silver speech will be de
livered at 11 o'clock in ;the Jcourt
The business of the court, is mov
ing along at a satisfactory rate. The
grand jury will probably complete
its work this evening and the Court
will turn itself to civil cases,
Item From Blllville.
The best laid schemes of men will
sometimes go astray. We recent!
escaped a creditor Jby. the chimney
route; but. unfortunately, tne snerj
built a fire nnder, (,u5,ani $rJpwn.
marshal sat on the top oj ,tnj3 JiVWr
ney. As we never occupy middle
ground in anything, we came down.
ItlanU Constitution. J
LOWE & SON.
Received this week some things
that will do you lots of
New Ginghams -Cheviots Plaids
Pants cloth. The best 5c black
hose. Blue mixed hose
At five cents, you can't
elsewhere for the
"s 2- a0-
Now twentyfive per cent under
Want to buy goods cheap go at
LOWE & SON.
PLAIDS AND SHKETING3,!
AND SALT BAGS,
GEillR L numiisE
si ill Mi
Four foot wood Jalrays wanted
best prices for same. We invite an
inspectioas of all the goods w
just received a lot of
pietty 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
Jot of Ladies Black
Hose to go ot 5 cants.
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 ft. Co
HAMMOND & CO.;
Stock and Bcm&j!
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 circu
lar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwly
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer,
Good middling 6 J
Low middling 5.7i
Stains , 4 i to 5
Corrected bv C. W Swink.
Sugarcured naina 12Jtol5
Bulk meats, sides 8 to 9
Chickens. v: 20to25
Flour(North Carolina) 1.75
Oats 37 J
I will sell the following articles
belonging to the town of Ooncora,
to wit: une Mule. Town Uarts and
harness, Plow, and one Champion
Road Macnine. Any person desh
ing to buy any of the above articles
coll on me at once. By order of
Board L. M. MORRISON,
June 11th, 1895. Mayor.
MORRISON H. CALDWELL,
ATTOKKEY AT LAW,
CONCORD, N. O.
Office in Morris building, opposite