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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, September 23, 1895, Image 4

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Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby given that the jirm of Yorko & Wadsworth, com posed of N. F. Yorke, J- C Wads worth and Carmom! & Fetzer as mient partenerp, was dissolved by mutual consent on tue 21th day of JVIay. This the 6th day of August, 1895. N. F. YoiiKE. J. C- Wadsworth. Cannons & Fetzer. We N- F. Yorke, J. C. Wadsworth and O. J- HarriF, under style and tirni name of Yorie, Wadsworth iv Co., will conduct and carry on the former business of Yorke & Wads wortb.and we assume all liabilities of Toiko & Wadsworth, and collect all note?, accounts and other in debtedness due iorke & Wads- WWe respectfully solicit the pat ronage of the public- Yorke, Wadsworth jfc Co. August G, 1695, CONCORD MARKETS COTTON MARKET. Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer Good middling 35 Middlings 7 Low mHdlmg ... Stains PRODUCE MARKET. Corrected bv C. W Swink. Bacon V-IiV"? Sugar-cured nauis 12 tola Bulk meats, sides 8 to 9 Beeswax "- Butter Chickens, 10to20 Corn 50 to-55 J2gg8 8 Lid.... - Stoll Flour (North Carolina) 1.75 Meal 58 Oats 30 t0 3o Tallow 3to4 .6 4to 5 BICYCLE ORDINANCE. Be it ordained by the commission ers for the towr of Concord, N. C. : Section 1 That the bicycle ordi nances Nos. 73 and 77 respectively passed by the board on the 11th day of Sepismber, 1894 and on the J3tu day of August, 1895 be and the same are hereby repealed. m m Section 2. And be it ordained by the commissioners for the town of Concord : That any one who shall ride a bicycle on any sidewalk with, in the coroorate limits of the town of Concord, N- C. shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fauad five dollars or imprisoned for ten days- , . . , Section 3. Any one who shall ride a bicycle across any of the public .crossings within the corporate lim its of the town of Concord at a greater speed than an ordinary walk shall be deemed guilty of a misde meanor and upon conviction there of shall be fined five dollars or im prisoned for ten days- This ordinance shall be in eilect on and after Augnst, 23, 1895. By order of board. a21 lm J. L. Hartsell, Uiem. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE: Having been duly appcintedand qualified administrator of the estate ot J. Q. WitherRpoon, Geceased, a 1 persons holding claims against the said deceased are hereby notified to present them duly authenticated to the undersigned for payment on or before the 6th day of September, 1896, or this notice will be plead as a bar to their recovery. Also all nersons owing said estate are noti fied that prompt payment is expect ed- M. F. Nesbit, Administrator. This, Sept. 5, 1895. North Mm Oillsp, MT. BLEASANT, N. 0, REV. J. D. SHIREY, D. D., PRES ADADEMIC, COMMERCIAL AND COLLEGIATE COURSES. Total necessary expenses session of 38 weeks, $85.00 to $137,000. L Next session begins Sept 3. 1895. For cotalogu$ and special information, address the President as above, or lm. Secretary of Faculty. Concord HIGH SCHOOL Opens September 2. Offers full, thor ough preparation for college ; practical, thorough training for business or life For information or announcement, ad dress. HOLLAND THOMPSON, tt&sa22tw CoNcord, N. C. Rodnced Railroad Rates. Cotton State and International Exposition, Atlanta, Ga. Tickets on sale S?pternber 5 and 12 and daily from September 15 to Decern ber 15. 189G, inclusive with final limit January 7, 1896. Fare for round trip $14.20. Tickets on sale da'ly from September 15 to Decern- ber 30, inclusive with, final limit fifteen days from'date rf sale. Fare tor round trip .$10.40. Tickets on sale daily from September 15 to December 30, inclusive with final limit sever days from date of sale. Fare for round trip SG 55. Burke County Agricultural Fair, Morgauton, N. C, tickets on sale October 14th to 17th inclusive, final limit October 18--h, 1895. Continue ous passage iu both directions. Fare for round trip 33.30. State Silver Convention .Raleierli, N. C. Tickets on sale Sept. 23rd, 24th and 25th final limit Sept. 28, continuous pas sage iu each direction. Fare foi round trip $G,70. Meeting of Concord Presbytery States ville, N. C Tickets on sale Sept. 23, 24 and 25. Final limit Sept. 20, 1895. Con tinuous passage in each directien. Fare for round trip $2.50. Convention ofConsret io al church of North Carolina, Dudley, N. C. Tickets on sale to Qoldesboro Sept. 25 and 20. Final limit October 1, 18 5. Continuous passage in each direction. Fare for round trip $3 20. State Baptist Sunday School Conven tion, Warrenton, N. C. T ickets on sale S pt. 17 to 20. Final limit Sept. 25, 1S95. Contionus passage in each direction. Fare for round trip to Henderson $7.30; to Raleigh $0.70- FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT. IJucIileii'N Arnica Salve, The Best Sake in tl-.e world for Cuts, Brnis-s, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sop s, Tetterd Chappe Hands, Chilblains, Corns and al) Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles or no pay requi-ed. It is guaranteed to give statisfaetion or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale at P B Fetzer's Drug Store. Col. A. I, Andrews (iocs np I,0,,,cr Hoteh in the Itnilroad World. The Board of Directors of the Southern Kail way Company haveap pointed the following officers, to take effect on October 1st: Col, A B An drews, first vice president; W H Baldwin, second vice-president; W W Finley. third vice-president. Paul I Wells was named as superintendent of the sixth division. Mr. Finley' headquarters will be in Washington. The selection of these officers is a continuance of the esteem and confi dence in which they are held by the direc'ors. Col. Andrews, who has heretofore, held the secoDd yicepres idency, is now made first vice-presi deck la Col. A B Andrews, the South ern Railway bas oue of the greatest railway managers in the entire coun try. This tact is no more appreci ated by the Southern than by thf. people of the State. A Phenomenal Watermelon. Mr. W P Gilmer, who lives on Main street, in Mt. Airy, showed us this morning the biggest curiosity we have seen this year in the vege table or fruit line, as you please. It was the section of a watermelon in which a number of the seed had sprouted and were growing. Mr. Gilmer cut the melon. yesterday and was feasting on its delicious meat when he noticed the phenomenon. About a dozen of the seed had sprouted and were growing in toward the heart, and some of the sprouts had developed two nice h aves. The melon was grown by Mr. Gimer in side the incorporation. Mt. Airy News, The Some Medicines belong to one season and some to another. DR. KING'S ROYAL GERMETUER IS IN SEASON ALL THE YEflR ROUND. IN THE SPRING It purifies the blood, removes languor and depression, invigorates and exliila rates the whole system. IN THE SUMMER It overcomes the relaxation and debility caused by hot weather and corrects bowel troubles that are so prevalent then. Besides, it makes the most de lightful and refreshing drink. IN THE FALL When malaria "rides on every passing breeze," it is the great preventive and the unfailing cure of troubles result ing" from that cause. IN THE WINTER It is still needed for curing" Colds, Grip, Catarrh, Rheumatism, and the ills that belong" to cold seasons. It does these thingrs, not in a feeble and uncertain way, but with assured and triumphant power. Keep II in the Home at All Times. tSold by Druggists, new package, large bottle, 108 Doses, One Dollar. Manufactured only by THE ATLANTA CHEMICAL CO., ATLANTA, GA. Write for 48-Page Book, Mailed Free. FETZER' S BR JIG STORE. B vitrei SIimI 3 s For men, woiacn or fco? 3 at price? rr.njjivip from $15 to$S0. We ship from f rtory ?t c to approval and ere tic v..".ly manuiiiotur" er3 sellmgdirf ct io &Txi! c r.TWf j vt no Af nts. We o.'xer rv-a ii"- ?t ou oxford Gladiator wheelTuT' W?ft"to than other mancfacturcr.? rlV.i Yio'dT C-0 to Si SO. Evry v hccl i ri lii. per Uut th;s ot xvt.lo to:c OT our handsome cati'om-. ACCrzcs. no You'Want Either ? The follcTing articles are offered for sale privately and reasonably : One pool table, balls and cues; one bagatelle table, one cook stove, one gra4,e, two parlor stoves and a dining table. For further particulars call at this ofIi;e s2tf REDUCED RATES. Coll on Slates and fytexiatloiiBf Exposition ATLANTA, GA., 1?tplember 18 December 3r, Tor the above occasion the Southern Railway Co. will sell low-rate rour.d-trip tickets to ATLANTA, GA., and return on the follow ing basis: FROM w Alexandria, Va Asheville, N. C Iiurlington, N. C Uurkoville, Va Culpeper, Va Chatham, Va Charlottesrille, Va... Chapel Hill, N. C Concord, N. C Charlotte, N. C Danville, Va Durham, N. C Front Royal, Va Greensboro, N. C Goldsboro, N. C Ilendersonville, N. C. Hickory, N. C High Point, N. C Hoc Springs, N. C . . . . Henderson, N. C Lynchburg, Va Lexington, N. C . . . . . Morgauton, N. C Marion, N. C Newton, N. C Orange, Va Oxford, N. C Richmond, Va Reidsville, N. C Raleigh, N. C South Boston, Va .... Strasburg, Va Salisbury, N. C States ville, N. C Tay'.orsville, N. C .... Tryon, N. C Washington, D. C . . . . West Point, Va Warrenton, Va Wilkesboro, N. C Winston-Salem, N. C. 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GO 5.75 6.55 5.85 60... .25... 45... .Jio!1 ..11.50 80, 25' 90. 251 ..113.10 12.40 9.70 10.45' .(10.80 ...111.00 25' 25! 00 851 ..114.00 ..;12.60 ..14.00 ..11.30 ..! 9.80 5.25 7.25 8.40 75 6. 8.a" 7.25 7.10 7.25 7.25 7.25 8.15 4.90 W hat i Castoria is Dr. Samuel ritclier's jrcscription for Infanta and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmlr substitute for Taregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and tor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years; by Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its good effect upon their children." Dr. G. C. Usgood, Lowell, Mass. "Castoria Is the best remedy for children of which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not far distant when mothers will consider the real interest of their children, and use Castoria instead of the various quack nostrums which are destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful agents down their throats, thereby pending them to premature grffves." Dr. J. F. Kincheloe, Conway, Ark. Castoria. " Castoria is so well adapted to children tb.6': I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." H. A. ARcnFR, M. D., in So. Oxiord St., Brooklyn, N. v. 'Our physicians in the children's depart ment have spoken highly of their experi ence in their outside practice with Castor; , and although we only have araon? cur medical supplies what is known as regular products, yet we are free to confess that thv merits of Castoria has won us to look -v;t. favor upon it.!.' United Hospital and Dispensakv, Boston, Ma;. Allen C. Smith, Pres. The Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, New York City. , I II IIIIIMl CT...IIII Q o C o O o o & S3 fP 02 CJ r- O C i- c- o p a- S a era o -1 SO 3 P i P 3 C2 a o v-. P p p m o o' 5 1 ft) O a ti p D 0 P ss P o o O U2 CO o CO 3- o C3 P-" o P P- P ra t CQ ci- tS o cr o p 3 0 o P- tzr P P - o p 73 p tel o n id g O cr 3 o B p o -t o o -t o X OS YOU OUGHT TO BE I (Hates from intermediate points in proportion.) EXPLANATION. Column A : Tickets will bo sold September 5 and 12, and daily from September 15 to Decern, ber 15, 1895, inclusive, with final limit January 7, 1896. Column B: Tickets will be sold dnilyfrom September 16 to December 15, 1895, inclusive, with final limit twenty (20) days from date oj sale. Column C: Tickets will be gold daily from September 15 to December CO, 1895, inclusive, with final limit fitteeu (15) days from date of sale. No ticket to bear longer limit than Janu ary 7, 1896. Column D : Tickets will be sold on Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week from September 17 until December 24, 1895, inclusive, with final limit ten (10) days from date of sale. Column E : Tickets will be sold daily from September 15 to December 30, 1895, inclusive, with final limit seven (7) days from date of sale. SOUTHERN RAILWAY Is the only line entering" the Imposition Grounds, having a double track, e?:irr''ir"; guage railway from the center oi city oi Atlanta to the Exp-ition Grounds. For tickets and full information ;.: ;;1y ta .Tour nearest agent, or address J. M. CULP, T7. A. TUIJK. , Traffic Manager, Gc ::" P.: ,-. rX) Penna. Ave.. Washington, V. C Froir ihe impression that we are still in the midst ot i. panic. Your interest demands it. Jf you need anything in the FURNITURE LINE. The earlier you buy the better off you will be. Busmen is rapidly improving and prices are running higher all aloii;., the line. The prospects are Golden with a plentious sprink ling of Silver. : Call and see our Bed Room Sets, Parlor Set: Dining Sets, Hall Sets, and Kitchen Sets. Ward Robe., Book Cases, Roll Top, Desks, Hat Racks, Extension ami Parlor Tables. The handsomest line in the State, But cur stock of IrXCJDTJSES & FS,.3VL:iOS rue away up in Gc Ccmeandsee Oa mions, Fetzer & BelL 4

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