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c..4k Neira has a collector
l00ks under Lis glasses,
"ntcn wcigber Bigger is sic at
; ;,i0p Sjuth Mam street.
21 :5 noun- uu
e ronce of land sale by Jas. C
0aion. commissioner, found else
ere in this issue.
yy b Bowman, D. D., pastor
. 1 .-.fViPian church of
ill a 9
rbttc, has resigneu.
u will take enect oepu
N tne rectifier and distiller or.
llsbnrj, is tho one who pur
V , tv S0 gallons of revenue
hisy ld here lii8t WejlnesdaY--
yvy Standard must thank its
-o ,i frio!ul, .Esq. A G Boat of No. 5,
f,"r af.)j. fiut- peaches. Esq. Bost
i'-ow how to trjat p.n editor and a
t.- ill fame between the Stars
" -te:iui, the former won
bv a &core of 27 to f. The
y on the No. 5 twin's
; :.t j-ruiay.
ired Letter, who raises so
1 i:4j3 to eat an I ea-
:::e loaches, is bringing
fruit to town. lie deliv-
uil to IMr. D r Day vault.
V V ilkird, of Davidson
I .1:11 county, passed
i- c:i en route to Locust
- :.. bo will assist the Rev.
1 :r: a -eries of protracted
iir. J, A Bikie will conduct
: Sr. James Lutheran
.morrow morning. No
u: sight. There will be a
of the Luther League at 5
i- the ..fternoon.
-; vi M:e w;;s lost Friday
Fetz.-r's and Gibson's
: . ur.d the opera house,
: :!!- about 28. Finder will
-regarded by returning
. V, A Wood or Untying at this
:-j..h the minstrels had very
practice they gaye a very good
:r.n:-'j Friday night. The
. not us good as it might
. but that deficiency was
: ; by other parts of the pro-
Japanese paper napkins 15 cents
1 ' 1 , 1 it T-v
per nunureu-aL tne iticket. al3t
"A Stitch in Time." A dose of
Ayer's Pills has saved" many a fit of
sickness; but when a remedy does not
happen to beat hand; slight ailments
are liable to be neJ cted, and ;h?
ie3ul4, frequcn 1 7, j8 serious illness;
therefore always be supplied with
Several days ago the remains of
Mr. Hunter, fathur of all the Hunt
ers in this section, who came to this
section from Germany in the year
1778, were taken from the Timothv
O'Conneil graveyard to Prosperity
church yard, in Mecklenburg county,
vbere they were re-interred. Noths
lug but the skull, backbone and toes
Reineinber only such medicines
were admitted, for exhibition at the
world's fair as are accepted, for use
by physicians, in practice of
medicine, Ayera Sarsaparilla, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral, and .Ayer's Pills
being inclaued in the list. They
are standard medicines.
Kev. Wm. E Hoy, having spent
several years as a missionary in Ja
pan, under the board of Foreign Mis
sions, of the Reformed church in
the United States and. now on
riia furlough in his native land will
speak in Trinity Reformed church
on Monday, August 5,at 7:30 o'clock.
All are cordially invited to attend.
He will al3o speak at New Gilead
Reformed church cn Monday at 10
o'clock in the morning.
Dr. N I) Fetzer stands agricultur
ally way up high. lie is a tomato
raiser aud he raises 'em out of his
own garden too. He exhibited one at
this office weighing Uvo pounds and
two ounce.?. It is of the variety
known as Po.iuerro.sa. We have
sufficient reasons for knowing this
fruit did not come out of the Doctors
brother's garden, for Mr. P B Fetzer
is not near so good a farmer as is his
brother. They ere near neighbors,
is the reason Thl Standard speaks
"f'-'nnie Nicholson, Lizzie
: , Delia Sims, Bessie Sims
--ts Scott Freeze, James N
; ir ims and Harry White at
moonlight picnic at Mill
rr -lay night. Nearly a hundred
1 - - i-.'-.-sent.
The pastor, Key, B F Davis being
-tendance at the Centennial ser-
' A Lower Stone Reformed
there will be do preaching
T r : Li ty Reformed church tomor
: ' Sunday school at the regular
Tr h case of R J Cook against
1 ";.: of the estate of the late
hinn, for the support of the
4i,:':-: in her declining days, the
-t allowed Mr. Cook S75, which
' ubout cover the cost of the suit.
- V).: suing for $800.
fr. W S Hartsell, one of the
Ni'-iRis beat friends at Mt.
- act, gave us a pleasant call to-
-iir. liartBell is running one or
-h-r bj-t tanneries'itr the State;' be
i'ue8 he manufactures shbes; harness
saddles and supplies a big trade.
There will be held at Trinity Re;
raud church naeries of Evangelist
ic services, beginning:, with Tuesday,
AuguibG. There will be two services
;ich day; one at 4 o'clock and the
athtt at 8 o'clocK p. m. The pastor
will be assisted by Rev. Joseph I
Murphy, of Hickory. All are cor
dially invited to attend.
!so- J2 SunUivj School Convention.
The Sunday School Couveiitio
for No. 12 township, Cabarru3
count ;, has been called to meet to.--monow
(August 4) in the Presby
terian "church, all the churches
having courteously consented to dis
pense with services for that night.
There are to be two services Thu
one in the evening at 4 o'clock, con
ducted by Mr. Coltrane, is to bo a
conference of Sunday school teachers
and workers to discuss Sunday
school work and plans to promote
I's efficiency and progress. At this
! meeting there is to be also a conse-
The night session the convention
proper is to be conducted by Mr.
B E Harris, Vice President for No,
Following is the programme;
Voluntary, by selected choir.
Inyocation, by Rev. M A Smith.
Reports of Superintendents.
Appointment of Delegates to
Address by Mr. Zebulon A Morris.
Address by Mr. L D Duval.
Opening ot Question Box.
The public is cordially invited to
both seryices. Ample accatnodations
will be provided for all.
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
People Who Travel as'. Seen by War
Mr, George V Means arriyed
h uie this morning. He will speed
Mr. A J Whittimore went to
Salisbury this morning in interest of
his roller covering business.
Mr, J B Sherrill left today for
Patterson's springs, to spend Sunday
Miss Mary Reed returned this
morning from Albemarle, where she
was visiting for seyeral days.
Judge Boy kin left this morning
for Northhampton, where he holds
court for the next two weeks.
Mrs. B F Aired and Miss Rose
Willeford went to Salisbury this
morning to spend tome time.
Mr. J M Pei kins left this morn
ing for Statesville, where he will
visit his son, Mr, Chas Perlnns.
Capt. A H Propst arrived home
last night from South Carolina, and
will remain here until Tuesday.
Rev. J Y Allison, wife and
two daughters, of Baton Rouge, La.,
are visiting at, Mr. R W Allison's,
Mr. and Mrs. C 0 Boyd armed
this morning. Mr. Dick Boyd is
expected from Fayettville tonight.
Master Morrison Fetzsr will re
turn home tonight from Piedmont,
where he has been spending fldine
Miss Mary; Montgomery left
this .morning for Danville, Va.,
where she will spend some time with
Mrs. it L Julian and children
will go to Salisbury this evening,
where they will spend a week with
Misses Emma and Mamie Fink
will ieive- Monday morning for a
month's visit to relatives at Amity
Hill, Iredell county.
Mis3es Grace Gibson and Girs
trude Robbins and Messrs F L Rob
bins and R L Keesler spent today on
the banks of Rocky river.
Mrs. Emma Wright and Misses
Lizzie Willeford, Nora aud Ollie
Fisher went out to the home of
Register 'of Deeds Wtddington,
where they will spend Sunday.
LOWE & SON.
Blue Serge, 40 in. wide at 40
and 50 ceats per yard.
Blue Serge, 5211. wide at 80
cents and 1.00 peryard.
Black Serge, 52ain. wide $1,00
DKKSS GOODS, at 90 cents
Double width Henrietta in
solid colors"at 12$ cents per
There is not a handsomer
line of ladies dress goods to
be found in town'thangwe can
LOWE & SON.
just received a lot of
pietty percales for
Shirt Waists. Don't J
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 J
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 Taius are
the handsomest in the
town. Go, say the
Ladies and par prices
are lower to.
and more Tcbucco for
less money than can
be bought in Con
cord. You that use
iobacco can save
money by seeing us
HAMMOND & GO.
UUvsIiu &Jij& iULL
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The Albemarle School.
The SUuiy News oays: "At
meeting of the trustees of Albo
marie Academy Friday evening, Mr.
John F Kirk, ofJLisk.Rowan county,
was elected principal, and Miss Mag
gie Barrier, of Mt. Pleasant, teacher -QU'lTNG CLOTHS,
of primary department. It is use
less for us to say anything in regard
to the efficiency of these, teachers.
130 & 132 Pearl Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
ANDS A.LT BA.GS,
There will be" a regular! communi
cation of Stokes Lodge No. 32, A. F
& A. M., Monday night. Augus
5th at 8 o'clock Refreshments. By
on'i.r of W. M.
; S. J. Lowe, Secretary.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
RTiea she was a Child, Sho cried for Castoria.,
When she became Miss, she clung bo Castoria.
Wbea she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Grand encampment I. O. O. P. of
North Carolina, Charlotte, ; N. O.
Tickets on sale August 5, 6 and 7.
Final limit August , 12, lf95. Cons
tinuous passage m acu uireubiuu.
Fare for round trip $1.05.
of i lii
Having qualified as admistratpr
r o -a a- . rtl. 1 j. J
the estate ol Mary a. DtOKer, ue.
flfloflttH;.Tintiftfl-iB nereDv eiyea iuai
all those indebted .to- said deceased
oro ViftrAhv notinea . 10 , maKe, vaw
menti promptly; and aU thosldi t
csaItai nnAfiRAd. are herbvnotitiecL
to present them to the' underaignecl 1 Jpour foot wood Jalvays wanted
6th day of June, 1896,.. or., thia notice best prices for same. We invite an
will be Dlead-m bar for tneir rei
covery. D. W. HONEYCUTT. inspections of 'all Ithe goods Iwo
This. 6th of June, 1895. Manufactur
Scocks, Bonds aud Grain bought and
sold, or carried on Margin.
P. S. Send for explanatory circu
lar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwly
SALE OF LANJX
By virtue of authority vested in
me as commissioner oy a decree of
the Superior Court, made in the
case of Lawson Blackwolder and
others, plaintiffs.against N M Starns,
defendant, I will sell at public auc
tion in front of the court house
door in Concord on Monday, Sept.
2, 1895, to the highest bidder, the
following real estate of which John
C Stams died seized.
1st. Tract known as the Rowland
tract adjoining J F Furr lands,
Martain Furr aud others and on
which Henry Crayton now lives,
containing H4 acres, and known as
t3 home place. This tract of land
will be sold subject to the dower of
Mrs. John C Starnes which has al
ready been allotted, and consists of
abou; 67 acres-
2nd. Tract known as the Adam
Honeycutt tract adjoining Jackson
Honey cutt, the tract above men
ioned and others, and contains
about 46 acres, and on which OV.
Mauney now resides-
3rd. Tract known as the Alex
ander Shoe tract adjoining Nathan
Lambert, Mac Cox and others, and
contains about 15 acres.
4th. Tract known as the Jbnn M
Shoe tract adjoins Jacksun Honey
cutt, Thomas Swinson and others J
ana. contains about 36 acres ,
Teems: One- third cash, one-third
in twelve months and the remaining
third in two years, the deferred
payments to bear 6 per cent interest
from day of sale uritd paid, 4 but the
purchaser will nave the right, to anT
ticipate them by paying cash if he
desires to do so. jASi. O Gibson,.
- " , Commissioner.
I will sell the following articles
belonging to the town of Concora.,
to wit; ' One Mue.Town.Cfcrtsiand
terness, Plow; andLon Champion
Road Machine. Ayr oerson deshv
ing to buy ary of t above articles
coll on mo at once. By order of
Board L. M. MORRISON,
June 11th, 1895 i Mayor.