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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, August 07, 1895, Image 3

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jATOH OF LOCAL NEWS. A U ' .....i rut in fnIe y wiir enrollment at Enochville Academy bs reacneu uV xW. twell township Sunday school 'ventioa was held at Enochyille 1 rain on Tuesday wad a de-..-.i.tful oae. It was a soaking one ',f-uirly a1.! parts of the county, Mtrs. J Harvey Dorton and W K i';rSer3 are assisting Register ',' 'abr.tou with the tax lists. i." S viuid that Prince Edward '.'and old tailor has be. ,ome the father of five girls all at net I: Today's rain extended ail the -jjunty, all is well; if l ot, fn..IV ;5' a painful dryness existing in iuudv parts. I: is very likely that Concord will usvs an interesting game of. basebai) -.ior next week. Arrangenitnts 3;e beiug made. Mr. 31 A Murr, of Wadesboro, an Je ci Messrs. George and David luurr, of Concord, suffered a partial stroke of paralysis last week. Mattie, the 13-year-old daughter Mr. and Mr3. R A McGraw, who 'ye on tha Young plantation near Patterson's mill, died Tuesday At the meeting of the firemen last nigbt, some of the men saw a snake rmerging from underneath the car net. It caused a little flutter but it lidn't livedong. Mrs. R V Johnsion and children, C'-irl and Mattie, and Mrs. W H El- ott iin i7ed home yesterday from a visit to Mooresville, Barium Springs aud Statesville. kAing of one of theirs, the Charlotte .Observer says: "She fell !tve with Concord, and no wonder, ' " ' r yo:iu ladies who have yisit- a'J the: e have ever received srreat ;:Uev and attention." onie gold miners are sinking a ?haft on Mrs. V,r S Bingham's plau ,::on iu No. S. More or less gold Dtcn found there by "Uncle . Suii Iiurlocker" during the 5 ears Messrs. Claiborne Misenheimer :'i WillUm Culp, of Stanly, have i::'1 ih- Torn Bernhardt placs in . They began hunting gold :: c;'ay evening. They will develop mint. Eugene Grissom, who was tor --uiy years the superintendent of insane asylum in North Carolina, -na who has for seeal years lived w .... a i.vj 10 uun ou u o j 1 u hi ''-nyer under treatment for the mor aine habit. licenses have been issued for the -cringe of Mr. Rufus G Morris to -liid Rometta Scarboro, and Mr. Archey M Harteell to Miss Lizzie - UiAwell. The former couple are of -ria city, while the latter is of No, ' " township, this county, iieinember only such medicines 'rrt; admitted for exhibition at the "vorld'e fair as are accepted for use y physicians, in practice of ied:ciue, Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Ayer's ':'ry Pectoral, and Ayer's Pills "'S inelaued in the list. Tbey "-standard medicines. 'ite a crowd came up from Con ''i mis morning, among them ? sea Kate Gibson and Agnes V o.o3, who spent the time between "".ts with Mies Louise Neave, and 'at-'st Miss Elizabeth Gibson. : ho time passed all too quickly in :'4-:::C aut dancing until jm time catch the train for Morgr..,tou, wing sad hearts, but pb-r-iu' memories. Sahsbu.-j Ecralu. Commissioner John S Turner ipent Tuesday nicht in thp mf " " - "j. An immense crowd attended the Masonic picnic at Albemarle Tues. day. Mrs. J H Mason, who has been quite sick for several days, id much becter, Mr, D P Day vult added about a half dozen fine beeves to his herd at the Fair grounds. A number of colored people went down to Belfont to-day to attend a Sunday school convention. Mr. E D Lentz, the biggest farmer of No, S, is threshing wheat. His crop is not near so good as that of last year. An unusual sight was a flat car attached to the the local freight that measures fifteen feet more than the ordinary cars run over this road. Rev. Mrs. B S Brown, of Mt Pleasant, is reported critically ill. Her intimate friends aud rel&tives are considerably alarmed over her condition. The head of the forebay at Misen heimer's mill at Misenheimer's Springs bursted last weeK. The darn age was nothing compared to the Johnstown Hood. On Tuesday Mr, John A Kim mons lost a package of accounts somewhere on the streets of Concord. He is willing to pay a reward for their return to him or to this ofiice. Mr, J Batton, an operative at the Cabarrus mills, who has been unwell for some time, has gone to Rocking, ham, accomponied by his wife and Mrs. Brodaway. They will spend some time. "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 be at hand, slight ailments are liable to be neglected, and the result, frequently, is serious illness; therefore always be supplied with Ayer's Pills. Clothing sales agent wanted for Concord and yicimty. Commissions paid will warrant storekeepers ecurin our outfit oftsamples. Can vassing and Soliciting Agents can make more thaa ordinary salary. Correspondence requested. Send 2 or 3 references. Wanamaker & Brown, .PT'!adt:lphia, Pa. Editor Gilliam has written a poem on Dr. T B Kingsbury, in which he says the doctor's heart is "pure gold." The Statesville Landmark remarks : Mr. Gilliam means well, but this classing of Dr. Kingsbury with gold may take all the balm out ot the poem. Me should have said his heart is pure silyer, or at least 16 to 1. Wc understand that John C Davis, who was some time ago tried here for cheating and swindling, and subse quently adjudged insane and sent to the asylum at Raleigh, has escaped from that institution. A telegram, we learn, has been received here asking that he be arrested should he return, This is the second time Dayis has escaped from the asylum. Wilmington Dispatch. The Mt, Airy News is informed by a citizen who it says speaks from ex perience, that formerly, when a pure article of corn liquor was made, it required a bushel of corn to makeli gallons, but that now, by the use of concentrated lye, ivy root, tobacco and ashes, one bushel of corn makes 31 gallons. All of these articles strengthen the liquid and have a I tendency to make- it 1 bead," which ' ;- v ! 1 " lv JM:. :v rr.'iljt.r; the ti. ,Ic!e are THE RUSH OF HUMANITY. pie Who Travel ail; by Umr Keirter. Merchant S J Lbw:e is in Char lotte this afternoon. Mr. A J Yorke is rn Newbern, bound for New York. Mr. A S Day vault spent Tues day on his farm in No, 7. Rev. M G G Scherer returned today from Misenheimer's springs. Mr. M J Freeman is off on the road, having gone north this morn ing. Capt. A II Propst left this morning for South Carolina to look after his work, Mrs. A S Day vault is visiting at her parents,Mr. and Mrs. Jno. H Misenheimer's, of No. b. Mrs. Bettie Wilson, of Winston, is visiting at the home of her pas rents, Mr. and Mrs. R S Harris. Mrs. D. P. Dayvault has gone on a visit to her sister, Mrs. King, who lives in Lincoln County. Mr. Fiank 0 Rogers arnyed home from Charlotte last night. He will remain here until school starts UP. Mr. and Mrs. E M Andrews and children, who were yisiting at Mr. W R Odell's, returned to Charlotte to day. Master Ed Boykin lett this morning for his home at Clinton, after spending some time in the city. Rev. R H Parker left this morning for Asheville, where he goes to visit his daughter, 'Mrs. Greer. Mrs. R A Brown returned to day from Salisbury, where she spent Tuesday with Mrs. Bernhardt a relative.- Miss Addie Alexander returned last night from Lincolnton, accoin panied by little Miss Mamie Starrette, her niece. Mrs, Ezekial Johnston, (nee Miss Mamie Caldwell), who was visiting at Mrs. N F Yorke's, re turned to Charlotte today. Mrs, M J Walter and daughter, Miss Ella, are in Charlotte this after noon purchasing an outfit for their new home on West Depot street. Messrs. J Richard and Louis Boyd have returned to Fayetteville, where they are in the employ of the Western Union Telegraph company. Two Hundred l'oumU of Fili ut One Haul. Mr. R W Biggers, the cotton weigher, was out in No. 10 towni ship this week and was told of a great fishing expedition of a party of young fishermen in that section of the county. On Friday last a number of boys were seining in Rocky Riyer, near Black's Mill, and in one haul caught twentythree carp, the lot weighing more than 200 pounds. House For Male. 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. ZQ lm. (Mrs.) Ann Fink. , m : For Over Fifty Tears. Mrs. Winslow's Soottrng Syrup has been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by Druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle Be sure and ask for Mrs. Winslows Soothing Syrnp," and take no other kind. mwf&w LOWE &3SONI NEW DRESS GOODS Blue Serge, 46 in. wide at 40 and 50 cents per yard. Blue Serge, 52 in. wide atj SO cents and Si. 00 peryard, Black Serge, 52 in. wide $1,00 per yard, BLACK NOVELTY DRESS GOODS, at 90 cents per yard. Double width Henrietta in solid colorsat 12i cents per yard. There is notj'a handsomer line of ladies dress goods: to be found in townjthan we can show you. LOWE &'SON. mm MANUFACTUREKSjJoP FINE GINGHAMS, ZOUlTNG CLOTHS, PL1ID.!J AND 33&ETINTGT3,3 AND'SlLT BAGS, -0 DEALERS IN GEiiER l mm buyers or GoutrjMui :!ANd;? Four foot Jwooi Jalvays wanted beat prices for same. We invite an inspections of 'all gthe goods Iwa Manufactur j Oisll ii U9., of ill Ii&ii HOT WEATHER FABRICS. WE HVVE just received a lot of pjetty percales for Shirt Waists. Don't fail to see them. A LOT of new and Stylish prints just in. Good ; Styles. WE HAVE a few pieces of Or- gandie Lawns that will go at low figures now IF YOU want the coolest and prettiest hot weather dress call and see our 2-yards wide white Organdie. A BIG lot of Ladies Black i Hose to go ot 5 cents. our navy: Blue CreponsJ for Shirt Waists are the correct thing for Hot weather, OUR STOCK of Ladies Oxford Ties -in Black and Tans are the handsomest in the town. Go, say the Ladies and our prices are lower too. TOBACCO GOOD1 TOBACCO TOO and more Tobacco for less money than can be bought in Con cord. You that use iobacco can save monev bv PPino- na Morrion, Lentz & 0 Speculation, HAMMOND & CO. Stock and Bond. 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 circus lar on speculation, also weekly mar ket letter. (Free) dwly " NOTICE. ' I will sell the following articles belonging to the town of Coucora, to wit: One Mule, Town Carts and harness, Plow and one Champion Uoad Machine. Any person desire ing to buy ar y of the above articles coll on me ai onca. By order of Board L. U. MORRISON. June 11th, 1895 Mayor. SALE OF LAND. ' By virtue of authority vested in me as commissioner Dy a decree of the Superior Court, made in the case of Lawson Biackwelder and others.nlaintiffs.aerainfifc N" M Rfamo ' defendant, I will sell at public auc tion in front of the court house door m 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 and others and on which Henry Crayton now lives, containing 114 acres, and known as home place. This tract of land will be sold subject to the dower of Mrs. John C Starnes wnich has al ready been allotted, and consists of abou? 67 acres- 2nd. Tract known as the Adam Honeycutt tract adjoining Jackson Honeycutt, the tract above men 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. 4th. Tract known as 'the Jonn M Shoe tract adjoins J ackaun Honev cutt, Thomas Swinson and others, and contains about 33 acres- Ters: One-third cash, one-third in twelve months aud the remaining third in two years, the deferred payments to bear 6 percent interest from day of sale unt:l pid, but the purchaser will have the right to an ticipate them by paying cash if he desires to do so. Jas. C Gibson, Commissioner. .

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