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a r. ami l'ut in Shape Hy Our
u? Sarah Long, who ffaa
-ousIy i11 on st Depot street ig
Ladies should not hesitate to go to
minstrels. Strictly fir3t class
There will be a picnic at Mill Hill
uicht- Several young men will
ttetd fron the city.
A Club from No. 5 township ia
..-vrnr batajwith the "Stars" this
f i emboli at Forest Hill.
What looks more natural than to
ace Messrs Joe Goodman and Sid
Miatels on the streets together.
Mr. D A Caldwell is a potato
vsiser, too. He planted one of the
"bliss of triumph" variety and raised
herefrom 78 potato?,
it was a mistake the mills did
jot stop yesterday, aa stated in The
Siaxpakd. They will close down
;!:i3 evening, until Tuesday.
ine Odd Mercantile Company
will move into, the store room next
oThe Standard office, formerly
occupied by Moriison, Lentz & Co.
That hr:3i band in the West made
:p of young ladies is merely cumu
iuriye c-yiilence that the new woman
uOt indisposed to blow her own
Do nut hesitate to taice your lady
to llie minstrels to-night. Not a
;:ke or anything but what will be
r.;is;rg to every one will be eaid or
The one hundreth anniversary
exercises of Lower Stone (Grace)
Reformed church began today and
will continue through Sunday. A
large cruvvd will go from here on
Mr. H C Lntz, partner of Mer
chant John K Patterson, has gone to
Kowan to spend a vacation of a
w-mih or so. Wnat may be the re
sult of his trip will be made Known
In the Coleman-Hartsell case, the
nry could not agree upon a decision
and after being out all night, at 9
'''clock this morning made a mis
sal, the jurymen standing seven for
tlartsell and five for Coleaian.
Arrangements are all completed
ior a gay and festive time at Misen
ceimer's grove tomorrow. Every
body is invited to go and take their
''asketa. All kinds of amusements,
asides speaking, will make the time
in view of the number of girls who
save been murdered in the last year
-T drunken mer, a contemporary
adyiaea girls to associate only with
eu who do not drink. That course
wouid take from the young woman
h--r fayorite angel of reformation.
"Have tried other?, but like Ayer's
8t ia the statement made oyer and
er again by those who testify to
-he benefit deriyed from the nso of
Oyer's Sarsapariila. Disease never
iatl a greater enemy than this
powerful blood-purifier. It makes
the weak strong.
Paul Means, colored, of Concord,
was arrested by Officers Rigler and
Cunningham for "C. C. W.," as Col,
ifer enters it on his Criminal
soart minutes. The initials, you at
ce see, stand for carrying conceal
ed weapons. Charlotte Observer.
Weary Waddles, Break O'Day,
Wayside Wille and Tm Can Charlie
e the four end men who will make
go into spasms tonight by their
umy sayings, while Dusty Rhodes
d Je83e Hamilton, as "Trilby "
11 make you go into convulsions
-re , o. 5 ToWusUi) TllurHday
XlKUU Burning ail 3Ir. BnkeiV
Mr. William Baker is attending
court this week. He lives on Caleb
P Chne's place, near Mt. Gilead
church in No 6 township. He
carried home with him a piece of
beef Thurslay evening and thinking
it would not get cooked thoroughly
done before time for him to come to
town, put the beef into a pot and
the pot onto the fire.
About 10:30 o'clock th fl family
was awakened by the screams of his
wee baby and to their horror found
themselves enveloped in a mass of
flames, the house being so nearly
burned down that they barely es
caped with their lives. It was a
narrow escape indeed.
Mr. Baker was in the city today
(Friday) and says he lost everything
pertaining to household effects.
Japanese paper napkins 15 cents
per hundred'at the Racket. al3t
Mr. John R Cruse, who has assist
ed Sheriff Sims as a deputy and x
press agent combined, will move
back to his farm in No. G township.
W e regret to lose Mr. Cruse and
family from the city, and we wish
him abundant success down on the
Effectual. Charles J Booth,
Olivewood, Cal,, says: 'I have used
Ayer's Pills in my family for several
3 ears, and have always found them
most effectual in the relief of ail
ments arising from a disordered
stomach, torpid liver, and consti
"Aunt Lucy," the demented colors
ed woman that lives in the west end
ot the city, came near causing a
scene at the depot by taking posses
non of CorPs phaeton. When the
driver, Henry Phifer endeavored to
humor and coax her out, she said :
"Long away, child; I come here be
fore de war." She finally moved
without any trouble.
Many of the Confederate soldiers
are vexed because Ben Tillman is to
speak here on August 13, the date
set for their reunion, out of which
they wanted, aboye all things else,
politics. Capt Charles McMonald
who is a veteran, requests The
Standard to state that Mr. Tillman
himself arranged the date for his
coming and that the ones asking
him to come are not responsible
Thursday The Standard re
marked that it would give you some
thing startling in today's issue, and
if the community is not starteled at
the number of persons having chilis
on East Depot street, we will throw
up the sponge. On Thursday after
noon the following residents on that
street, within a radius of 200 yards,
all had them : Mr. George Swink,
Mrs. .J M Cross, Mrs. J F Willeford,
Mr. Robert Wilkinson, Mr. PC
Page, Mrs. George M Murr and
Miss Julia McConnell. These are all
that are reported from that part of
town at one time,
A man who lives in the neighbor
hood said so many people shading at
one time and so hard that his family
moved out of his house, thinking it
was an earthquake.
tand Posted" NmtUi.
I hereby forbid any parties from
trespassing each as hunting, cut
ting timber, walking or driving,
removing fruit or anything of any
description n my plantation,
known as the Daniel Suther
lands, in No. 4 township.
Anyone violating this notice will
be prosecuted "to the fullest extent
of the law. Jxo. A KimmoNS.
J July 21, 3wks.
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
I'eople Who Travel s; sn bjr nr
Mr. Claud Pectus returned tt
Mr. Charlie Suther returned to
Mr. Herman Dowd was oyer
from Charlotte last night,
Miss Maggie Johnston left todaj
for a visit to friends in Mecklen
burg. Messrs A E Lentz and A J
Whittimere are spending the after
noon in Charlotte.
Mr. S A Ashe, Jr., of Raleigh,
who has been in the city for several
days, left last night.
Mr, Joe Goodman, so well
known and popular here, is in the
city yiaiting home folks.
Mr, Sid Rintels arrived in the
city today from off the road. He
will be here several days.
Little Miss Dollie Eddins, who
has been visiting at Mrs. K L Cra
ven's, returned to Charlotte today.
Miss Lizzie Boat, who has been
yiaiting her sister, Mrs. J W Cans
non, returned to Bosi'a Mills today.
Mr. Warren Klnttz, of Salis
bury, who was yiaiting Mr. Frank
Cannon, returned to Salisbury last
Mr. Robert J Hodson, ot Forest
Hill, will leave tomorrow morning
for a two weeks visit to his old home
Mrs. Esther Carr and child,
who were yiaiting at Mr. M E Cas
tor's, returned to their home at Rock
Hill, S. C, la3t night.
2 Mr. and Mrs. C C Boyd are ex
pected from Columbia tomorrow
night, Mrs. Boyd and child will
spend some time here.
Dr. John C Montgomery re
turned to Charlotte today. He
thinks he is sufficiently well enough
to begin practicing again.
Miss Annie Boat arrived in the
city on her return from a visit to
friendsjin Lexington and Salisbury.
She will go out to her home tomor
row. Mr. W F Carrigan is in the city
today from No. 3 township. He is
a special friend of The Standard
and says many complimentary things
-'Had a Meat Mklu Laid Away."
Will Luther, a 16 year old negro
boy that loafs around town,this (Fri
day) morning made an effort to make
away with a slice of bacon from the
store of Mr. Ed Fisher. It was a
good sized piece, and in trying to
conceal it he was caught in the act.
He was made purchase the meat and
then liberated. The small boys got
on to him and in song they chased
him about town singing (Luther
had a meat skin laid away, to grease
himself with every day.:
Bouse For Sale.
That five-room house on East
Depot street, now occupied by Mrs.
J F Willeford, is for sale. Interested
parties will call on Dr. L M Archey
for terms and other desired informa
tion. j26 1m. (Mrs.) Ann Fink.
Wfcen Baby irai sick, we gave her Owtorla.
tfhea she tm a Child, she cried for Caitoria.
When she became Miss; ehe clung to Castoria.
Wbaa she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
MORRISON H. CALDWELL,
ATT0XX2Y AT LAW,
CONCORD, N. 0,
Office in Morris building, opposite
LOWE & SON.
Blue Serge, 4G in. wide at 40
and 50 cents per yard.
Blue Serge, 52Jin. wide at 80
cents and $1.00 peryard.
Black Serge, 52Min. wide $1,00
per yard, I
DRESS GOODS, at 90 cents
Double width Henrietta in
solid colorsat 12cents per
There is not a handsomer
line of ladies dress goods to
be found in towrf tlianwe can
LOWE & SON.
PLAIDS AND SHBETTnIHI
Four foot wood galvays wanted
best prices for same. We invite an
inspections of 'all the goods Iw
Manufactur 1 ZZSZ
ill Mmfastn Go.,
if all Era
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
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
monev bv pmncrna
Morrion, Lentz &
jH -w -m- 0 V
130 & 132 Pearl Street, . .
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Scocks, Bonds and Grain bought and
sold, or carried on Margin.
P. S. Send for explanatory circus
lar on speculation, aiso weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwly
SALE OF LAND.
By virtue of authority vested in
me as commissioner oy a decree of
the Superior Court, made in the
case of Lawson Biackwelder and
others.plaintiffs, against N M Starns,
defendant, I will sell at public auc
tion in front of the courthouse
door in Concord on Monday, Sept.
2, 1895, to the highest bidder, the
following real estate of which John
C Starns died seized.
1st. Tract known as the Rowland
tract adjoining J F Furr lands,
Martain Furr and others and on
which Henry Crayton now lives,
containing lii acres, and known as
th home place. This tract of land
will be sold subject to the dower of
jVIrs. John C Starnes wnich has al
ready been allotted, and consists of
abouj 67 acres.
2nd. Tract known as the Adam
Honeycutt tract adjoining Jackson
Honejcutt, the tract above men's
tioned and others, and contains
about 46 acres, and on which O V
Mauney now resides.
3rd. Tract known as the Alex
ander Shoe tract adjoining Nathan
Lambert, Mac Cox and others, and
contains about 15 acres.
th. Tract known as the JM
Shoe tract adjoins Jackson Honey
cutt, Thomas Swingon and others,
and contains about 33 acres
. Terms: One-third cash, one-third
in twelve months and the remaining
third in two years, the deferred
payments to bear 6 percent interest
from day of sale until paid, but the
purchaser will have the right to an
ticipate them by paying cash if he
desires to do so. Jab. C Gibsojt,
I wUl sell the following articles
belonging to the town of Concora,
to wit: One Mule, Town Uarts and
harness, Plow and one Champion
Road Machine. Any person desh
ing to buy 'ny of the above articles
coll on me at once. By order of
Board L. M. MORRISON,
June lltb, 1895. Mayor.