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il,iN(liMK l'neil l"iitier.
Kraut making is m order.
Hel'Tins 10 cents at A. J. & J. F
ry.ae presses are running in van
sH ptrs of the city.
Mr Martain L Bost saw Senator
r.iuran oa Tuesday for the firaf
Miss Lilly Cook, who haa had the
v-r for a week, i3 a great deal
, i 1 1 e today.
The Ashville excursion tomorrow
noruin at 0 o'clock. C:eHG
::if ' fur tickets.
r. John B Murr, who was so
.)idiy broken up with rheumatism,
3 to be out again.
iiie influx of tomatoes to this
market is greater than the demand.
It's a pity we haven't a cannery.
ew lot bang and side combs at
, j. a J, F. York's.
The bridge at the corner of Spring
i-ai iJuiIalo streets is in a bad fix
:;;s; right for a horse to break a
A repair and machine shop is be
iTcted at the Odell Mills, be
ut-n the old No. 1 and No, 4
And the Asheyille baseball team
.. . mrft an nniont r,arrrnioro rn k'ppn
v. v v- v- - .t---a- J
An eight dollar glass in the
:ii;d6uLiie wall cast at A J & J F
lorKes jeeny siore voiunterny
.'lev Albert Gillon has ben elect
I superintendent of the schools at
orVahnrff K (V Hp will fit nr.
iriv dav leave for his new woik.
j j -
Senator T J Jarvis and Mr.
. ve-nhiM D.miels are the North
"arolina representatiyes at the Silver
oLVciuion in Washington, 1). C.
VA suv; a a.w m'll running
"j.ih town this morning. We
- -i lii) Ofi WtlU UUU1U It'-l LU
it In? longed or wneio it was
Mr. S B Hammer has removed his
::- or residence from the cozy
oa the Odell farm to the
. ic. ixci'Liily vented by Mr, Will
iurLiickle un Church street.
SiAXDAilU got U half
basket of grapes from Capt-
-j, of Mt. Pleasant. They are
Concord yariety and the finest
hae ever 3eoc. His vineyard id
tine this year.
oi-.;Iiag Belt Pins at A. J. i J. F.
-''"'i' ' cents.
maaons began work on the
!.:.-Tiuii walls of the big addition
:U- Cannon factory today. Work
pushed straight through
now until the building stands
i t .et?5 ready to receive the ma
il ; npjT
" Canst thou minister to a mind
' 'ased?" asks Macbeth. Certainly'
iepenud largely, if not soley, on the
adition of the stomach, liver, and
ewete, for all of which complaints
Ayer's Pilla are "the soyereignest
bing on earth."
Col. J F Arm Geld is making ar
rangements, says the Statesville
Uudmark, to take the fourth regi
ment, North Carolina State Guard,
A) the Atlanta Exposition this fall,
-'lans haye not been perfected aa yet
but it is thought that such arrange
meats can be made and if an agree
mnt can be arrived at with the ex
position people and reduced rafe3 se-i
cured on the raiiioadj the troops
ill encamp th:re.
Kev. J Henry Smith, D. D., pastor
for nearly thinyseven years of the
First Presbyterian church in this
place, yesterday passed his 75th
mile post. Greensboro Kejord.
Rev. and Mrs. W 0 Alexander
have gone to Virginia to spend a
month. Key. Alexander's cungrega
tion gave him a vacation. During
his absence Dr. Allison and others
will fill the pulpit of the First
Nervous debility ia a common
complaint, especially among women.
1 he best medical treatment for this
disorder is a persistent course of
Ayer's Sareaparillo to cleanse and
inyigorate the blood. This being ac
complished, nature will do the rest
"Let the farmers agree not to
plant for one year, and the world
will starve," exclaims Ptffer. Very
true; but the farmers would starye
alor-2 with the rest. It is not likely,
therefore, that such a method of
solving political economic problems
will be adopted.
The Henderson Gold Leaf says
that Miss Annie Page, daughter of
Rev. Jesse II Page, of the North
Carolina Conference, M. E, Church,
South, who has been studying at
the ! Aiiyersity of Geneva. Switzer
land To;- a year, has returned and is
visiting her sister in Henderson.
Mr. Dove, who was appointed
trustor? for Company . to receive
the $500 bequest left the company
by Gen. Barringr, went to Char
lotte Wednesday and got the boodle.
The company's funds aie in safe
hands and the wishes of General
Barriuger will be carried out to the
Monday evening while Adam
Cauble and his son were at the barn
doing some worK, at Woodside, Row
an county, lightning struck near
by, kn-j Jciag both down. They lay
senseless for some time before they
wtre found. Both men are now
able to walk about. The old gentle,
uvwi came near passing away.
Mrs. Day is Brumley, of Poplar
Ten-, whose serious illness w;
noted in The Standard several
weeks ago, and who since had been
up and visiting neighbors, suffered a
relapse several days ngo, and died
this (Thursday) morning at 2
o'clock. Mrs. Brumley was about
35 years of age, and leaves a husband
and six children. Her remains will
be interred at Pop'ar Tent church
yard tomorrow morning at 10
Mr.J II Pittman of Kichmond,rJi.,
who works for the Burlington Shoe
Co., made a shoe on a last a few
clay a ago, then ho took the last oat
without there being a seam or open
ing of any kind in the bhoe.
Nothing like it was ever seen, and
we would not risk telling such a
thing expecting anybody to believe
it. but go to the shop and see for
yourself, as it is there a perfect
welied shoe with no place to put
last or foot in it. We have seen the
shoe, but know nothing of the mo
dus operandi of making such an od.
dity. Burlington New3.
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I.otv Ul"4tu i;oioa ami ltetwrii.
On August 23, 24 and 25 the
Sotuhern Hallway will sell round
trip . tickets to Boston, Mass., at
rate of .one fare ticket good to re
turn until September 10, and can be
extended until September 30.
Having been duly appointed and
qualified executrix of the last
will and testament of Jno. W Fink,
deceased, all persons holdig claims
against said deceased are hereby
notified to present them to the un
dersigned duly authenticated on or
before the 9th day of August 1896
or this notice will be plead as a bar
to their recovery. Also all persons
owing deceased are notified that
prom pi ;::iyme:it is expected.
j This Aug. 9 th '95,
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
I'eople Who TrvclH h; Su fcy War
Mr. C B Wagoner is in Durham
-Miss Sadie Horner, of High
Point, is visiting Miss Hattie Cook.
Engineer Joe Misenheimer, of
Charlotte, is visiting at Mr. G T
Messrs R L Keesler and James
R Young got left they didn't go to
Mrs. Laticia Oate, . of James
town, is visiting at Mr. T H Cook's,
on Church street.
Mrs. and M rs. E C Beach and
children arrived home from Misen
Mr. Edgar B Sherrill, of Wash
ington, D. C, ia yisiting his brother,
Mr. John B Sherrill.
Dr. Holden and hia step-son,
Mr. John Smith, went to Chailotte
today on a business tnp.
Mrs. Houzeal, of Newberry, S.
C, is yisiting her daughter, Mrs, J
Q Wertz, at St John's parsonage.
Mrs. T J Wilson and children
who have been visiting at Mr. R S
Harris', left this morning for their
home in Winston.
Mr, and Mrs. J B Caldwell and
Mr. and Mrs. J C Willeford are
spending the day at Mr, John Cald
well's, near Harrisburg.
Miss Martna Brown, a charm
ing youngdady of Fayetteville, is
visiting Miss Lena Leslie, her class
mate at Salem Female College.
Mr. and Mrs..II G Ritz will go
to ABhville tomorrow. They will
continue their trip to Tennessee,
where they will sojourn a week.
Miss Gertrude Robbins, who
was visiting Miss Grace Gibson and
who is a favorite in Concord society,
left this morning for her home in
Mr. A M Faggart and Miss
Mary White Fetzer left this morn
ing for Kingwood, Mecklenburg
county, where they will spend seyeral
days with Miss Daisy King.
Messrs Bennie Craven, G B
Caldwell, W A Caldwell, F O Rog
ers, Tom Johnston, Hardy Lentz
and Whit sloop were among the exs
cursonists to Charlotte today.
Misses Beulah and Mary Bern
hardt and the Misses Lersch, of
Salisbury, and Misses Patterson, of
China Grove, who have been the
guest of Miss Maude Brown for a
week, returned to their homes this
(iourii Prisoners, Under Sentence of
JW ath, Keiitel.
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 14. Gover
nor Atkinson to-day granted a re
spite for sixty days to Mrs. Nobles
and Gus Famblea, sentenced to be
hanged on Friday at Jeffersonville,
Twiggs county, Ga. Judge Smith,
who wa3 asked to grant a new trial,
declined to do so for lack of juris
diction. The attorneys for Mrs.
Nobles then asked the Goyernor for
a respite for the old woman. They
want time to cirry the case to the
Supreme Court, The attorneys had
a petition signed by a great many
ladies urging him to commute the
woman's sentence or respite her.
The negroes asked the Governor to
treat F'ambles just as he treated Mrs.
Nobles as the negro was merely her
tool. Governor Atkinson granted a
respite to both prisoners for sixty
When Baby was sick, we gave her C&storia.
JVhea she was & Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to C&storia.
When she had Children, she gave them Castor!.
YOU CAN BUY
LOWE & SON'S.
10 cent percale at 0.
9 cent outing for 5.
Ducks 10 cents.
2400 matches 15 cents.
Nice suspenders 5c.
The best Ladies' 'Vest, for
5c you ever saw.
I dozen pencils with rubber
Ladies' mixed hose 5c.
Gent's cold laundried shirts
with two collars and one pair
culls lor 00c.
Tvventy-fiye envelopes 4c.
Table oil cloth 10c per yard.
Mosquito nattiug 5c.
Fe.ther pillows coyered
with TensiJ, suitable for
lounge, ;$5 cents.
Ten dozen caps for baby's
white lace that sold Lor 40
to 75 cents, that we will sell
now at 15 and 25 ceuts. Dont
delay they will not last lon.
We are selling everything
cheaper than ever.
Summer Goods cut to the
quick arid if you want to buy
cheap, go to j
LOWE & SON.
just received a lot of
pjetty 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 ofk Ladies Black
Hose to go ot 5Jcents.
Blue Crepons 1 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 bv eeimr us
Morrion, Lentz a
Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer.
Good middling 7 35
Low middling . q
Stains , 4 a to 5
Corrected bv O. W Swink.
Sugar-cared nauis 12Hol5
Bulk meats, side3 8 to 0
Oorn so to. 55
Flour(Xorth Carolina) ...1.75
Oats 30 to 35
By virtue of authority vested in
j ine as commissioner Dy a decree of
the Superior Court, made in the
lease of Lawson BJackwelder and
otners,pIaintJlitf,agamst N M Starns,
defendant, 1 will sell at public auc
tion in front of the court house
door in Concord on Monday, Sept.
2, 180.5, 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 1H acres, and known as
th2 home rdace. 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 men1
tioned and others, and contains
about 4.G 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 Jacksun Honey
cutt, Thomas Swinson and others,
and contains about 33 acres-
Tebms: 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 ho
desires to do so. Jas. C Gibson,