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V B A TO II OF LOCAL NEWS.
Side combs 5 and 10 cents each at
the Kacket. 2t
Policeman Fisher is on the sick
list. He is having chills.
The town clock was terjrioly off
tohy. But then it has not had a
rvot in quite a while.
Misses Kate and Belle Means will
utertaia a number of inyited
friends at tea this evening.
Kverybody is invited to attend the
jvii party at the Methodist parson
:ige Friday night.
There was twenty melon wagons
:u the street today, besides those
that peddled from house to house.
Miss Belle Moser, of No, 8, has
teen secured by Mr. H B Parks as
instructress of his children at home.
Miss Julia Taylor has a fuchsia
that has, by actual count, 316 buds.
It is not a very large plant, either.
Mr. II McNamara has returned to
ue city. His first experience after
driving in the city was a hard chill,
Seven out of I ten people on the
itreets today are complaining of be
lag "under the weather." Our en
Mre force is laid ou.
Mr. ( W Taylor went on the At
linta excursion Monday. He re
mained there, haying secured work'
on the exposition ground.
be sure and attend the lawn party
by the Litrht Bearers of Central
Methodist church tomorrow night
on the beautiful parsonage lawn.
The sidetrack at the Buffalo
chuad mills is complete ana on it
stands a car. The grading and lay
ing of this switch and track was a
; 'lick piece of work.
Mr. Fred L Fuller came oyer
from Charlotte this morning and
went direct to Patterson's MiU,
where he is engaged in placing the
.'k-ctric liht plant for that mill.
On Tuesday Mr, John A Kim
moiid lost a package of accounts
jomewhere on the streets of Concord,
lie H willing to pay a reward for
tbrir return to him or to this office.
Mr. CI Ed Kestler says the cost to
b.:n in fighting the sheriff in the
rvcent contest over the treasurer's
'j'Viw was considerably over $100,
sA that the cost to the sheriff
The Light Bearers of Central M.
Church, South, will have a lawn
p.irty in the parsonage yard Friday
.vuiing, August Oth.- Ice cream,
herber, cake, lenonade and taffy
v i-' V-e sold, beginning at G o'clock.
'',-ry uudy invited.
"A Stitch in Time." A dose of
Oyer's Bills has uaved many a lit of
-h.ess; but when a remedy does not
j'u':u to be at hand, slight ailments
liable to be neglected, and the
'cftiiil, frequently, is serious illness;
'l " fore always be supplied with
Master "Toots" Coil and his
mucking William goat furnished
t'mieement for every one on the
fact Wednesday evening. The
goat iinally threw the little fellow,
?.-ir?e leg got fastened in the goats
-iorns, head foremost to the ground
fH: "kid" was about as tough as the
- though, and neither was hurt
cine time ago the stomach of a
-Irs. Kestier, who died at Salisbury
'ta sent to Prof. Withers for exami
nation, it being Buspected that she
Wi been poisoned. Prof. Withers
"'"S concluded his examination, but
'vUi not make known the result un
til ttowan term of court convenes.
Lhig, of course, means very probably
that the Professor found poison, -
The Trial 1h Ended and Eleven Bound
Over to Court ! g400 Bonds a
Two in 300 Bonds.
The great sensational trial at
Morehead Oity of the Beaufort in
surance agents, doctor and others
charged with fraud ended Wednes
Mrs. Stewart, the last witness,
mad things look ugly for the de
The testimony all in, the justices
bound eleven in $400 bonds and two
in $200 bouds to appear at the Sus
Ladies black silk belts, 10 and 25
cents each at the Racket. 2t.
The North Carolina State Alli
ance meets next Tuesday at Cary.
October 7th will be North Caro
lina Day at the Atlanta Exposition.
Mrs. George Murr and children,
who have been quite sick with chills,
are much better.
The window frames and the in
terior of the Boger storeroom haye
A gentleman called desiring to
sell some "damsels." Dress goods
are too high and the foice did not
A big basket picnic is in progress
atBosts Mills today (Thursday). A
number of towa people are in atten
dance. Mr. Tom Bost went out
last night to prepare ice cream for
Mr. Philip Kidenhour, of Copal
Grove, who will be 87 vears old
December 23 next, plowed a half
day last Monday. The old gentle
man is remarkably well preserved
for one of his age.
Charlotte's pushing, plucky, per
severing man, Mr. Samuel Witt
kowsky, spent Wednesday night in
this city, once his home. It has
been thirtyNfive years since he was
News reaches the city from Har
risburg relative to the death of the
wife of Kev, J G Anderson, formerly
the pastor of Kocky Kiver church.
She had been ill for a long time at
her home in Niellersburg, Tenn.
The heavy rains of Tuesday caused
the streams to swell to such an ex
tent that in many places it was
dangerous to attempt crossing, even
where there were bridges. An enor
mous amount of hay was washed
Remember only such medicines
were admitted for exhibition at the
world's fair as are accepted for use
by physicians, in practice of
medicine, Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral, and Ayer's Pills
being inclaued in the list. They
are standard medicines.
Miss Myrtle Beaver, daughter of
Mr. David Beaver, of the Organ
church neighborhood, met with a
terrible accident Monday. "She was
helping make preserves out in the
yard when her dress caught fire and
was entirely consumed. Her body
was burned so badly that her life
has been despaired of. Miss Myrtle
has many friends in Salisbury who
will be pained to learn of her sad
misfortune. Salisbury Herald.
Five hundred people are wanted
to tatce adyantage of the first and
only excursion trip to Asheville, on
Friday, August, 1G only $2.50 for
round trip. Good order is guarann
teed. Special accommodations for
ladiesnd their escorts. Positively
the best excursion of the season.
For particulars see Mr. H G Ritz.
LiV7ver W M S nith is out cf
v.r .,,insL' ?oae northward
THE RU8H OF HUMANITY.
eol Wfco Trvel Na hj Umr
Mr. Kiah Murr spent jeaterday
Mr. Joel Reed went to Salisbury
Lawyer Crowe 11 was at home
sick on Wednesday.
Mr. N F Harris returned today
Mr. John McDowell, of Mor-
ganton, was in the city today.
Miss Mamie Yost, of Greens
boro, is visiting relatives in No. 5.
Mrs. Dr. Steyens, of Enoch
ville was in the city this, afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Beach went to
Misenheimer Springs on Wednesday,
Messrs, C W Swiok and John
Bell Sloan spent the day in Rowan
Mr. D C Kluttz, of Mooresville,
I assed through the city today from
the AlbemarJe picnic,
Mr. J S Hill and family have
returned from Coddle Creek, where
they spent several weeks.
Mr, S J Durham, of Dallas, is
in the city, stopping with Capt. J M
Odell, his fathes-in-law.
Mr. W A Caldwell left this
morning for Greensboro, He will
be absent tor some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Chapman
have returned from their trip to the
north and to Warrenton, N. C.
Miss Connie Cline is visiting
her friend, Miss Mattie Miller at
Bear Poplar, Rowan county,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stirewalt
and Mis. Geneva Sherrill are spend
ing the day with friends near Poplar
Mr. Z E Scott, the photogra
pher, who has been absent from the
city for several weeks, will return
Mr. W A Leslie passed through
the city this morning on his way to
Morganton, where he will spend
several days yacation.
Mrs. Harrison and little
daughter, of Jacksonville, Fla., are
stopping at the St. Cloud hotel.
They will spend a mcnth here.
Mr. James Hughes, who came
here from near Danville, Va., to
learn the cotton mill business has
returned home, his health having
"Hay AotLiin More About Lre
The above is what a lady of this
city said to a Standard reporter
when she handed him the following
"The breeches worn during the
reign of Francis I. were often two
and onehalf yards in circumference
at the hips and 3tuffed with bran or
The lines in quotation are thrust
at the men as a rebuke for making
remarks about the large sleeves worn
by the ladies of the present age. We
happen to know the lady, or we
might have been lead to believe she
was living during the days of
House For Snle.
That five-room house on East
DeDot street, now occupied by Mrs.
J F Willeford, is for sale. Interested
parties will call on Dr. L M Archey
ior terms anu otner aesirea iniorma
j36 lm. (Mrs.) Ann Fink.
Biicklen's Arnica Slye,
The Best Salve in tke world U
Out3, Bruisas, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter d,Chappe
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 5J5 cents per
box. For sale at P, B. Feteejra Drug
Blue Serge, 46 in. wide at 40
and 50 cents per yard.
Blue Serge, 52 in. wide atj 80
cents and $1.00 peryard.
Black Serge, 52in. wide $1,00
DRESS GOODS, at 90 cents
Double width Henrietta in
solid colors'at lScents per
There is nota handsomer
line of ladies dress goods-' to
be found injtownjthan we can
PLAIDS AND 3H&3TINTGS,5f
mil i mmii
Four foot 3wood 'always wanted
beat prices for same. We invite an
inspections of .?;aJl the goads wa
Odell Maaiitaiw k,
just received a lot of
pjetty percales for
Shirt Waists. Don's
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 ofv Ladies Black
Hose to go ot 5Jcents.
Blue CreponsJ 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 eemg us
Morrion,.Lentz & Co
HAMMOND & CO.
Stock and Bond
130 & 132 Pearl Street,
NEW YORK CITY, KT. Y.
Scocks, 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
1 will sell the following articles
belonging to the town of Concord,
to wit; One Mule, Town Uarts and
harness, Plow and one Champion
Road Machine. Any person desir
ing to buy ai y of the above articles
coll on me at, onca. By order of
Board L. M. MORRISON,
June 11th, 1895 Mayor.
SALE OF LAND.
By virtue of authority vested in
me as commissioner oy a decree of
the Superior Court, made in the
case of Lawsoa BJackwelder and
others,plaintifTs,against N M Starns,
defendant, 1 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 Starts 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 Hi acre?, and known as
tf2 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; G7 acres-
2nd. Tract known aa fho Adam
Honeycutt tract adjoining Jackson
Honeycutt, the tract above men
tioned and others, and contains
about 4.Q 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 Jackson Honey
cutt, Thomas Swinson and others,
and contains about 33 acres.
Teems: One-third cash, onethird
in twelve months and the remaining
third in two years, the deferred
payments to bear 6 per cent interest
from day of sale unt 1 paid, but the
purchaser will have the right to an4
ticipate them by paying cash if he
desires to do so.. Jas. C Gibson,
i Conwissioner. "