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Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, September 30, 1895, Image 3

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Arrival of Trains. , ,t from Richmond arrives at 11:15 a. m. Atlanta " " 7:23 p.m. i o Atlanta " " 8:05 a.m. 37 New York " " 8:53 a. m. 3' VM.nund freight leaves at iam. Atlanta Q'.OX D. HI Southbound " "5:15 P- m. . o.w1f2 are the local trains bet J-hniond and Atlanta. Nos. 35 .and 36 re the f mall trains between Atlanta and Washing Nos. 37 and .3S are the Washington and "u"thwestern- Vestibuled Limited trains and stop jetween Concord on signal. K BATCH OF LOCAL NEWS. . lickel ITp.iuHl Put in Shape By Onr llustl'uir Pencil l'uslier. Only 92 clays left of 1895, Three months of 1895 left. Shoo' that straw hat at once. Ho wan county fair opens tomor row. The cotton platform ia being re paired. Quite a number of Oregan horees were sold on Saturday. J T Pounds is building a cotton seed.hcuce near the cotton platform. rrog Fund. Chili Cure. No cure, no pay for sale at Fezer'd Drug Store. Mr. U E Alexander is on duty af or eeveval dae confinement to his bed. Mrs H Ivt Birrow, who has been pule tirk for some time, 23 a great leal i?Her. A key. evidently a front, door key 10 some store, hi.s been found and 'eft at this cilice. Fay for this notice and get it. Bnsy, busy, busy I aro the ladies in Mi?s Nannie Alexander's milli nery store, arranging for the fall opsins on tomorrow afternoon. D M Walker pays the highest market prices for all kind of country produce, cash or barter. Don't forget the place opposite D C Furr's at Forest Hill. tf. Wesley Martm was arrested Sat urday night and tried before Esquire Hill f jr affray. In default of bond, he was sent to jail. Ho threatened to shoot one Dock Butler. Latuska and Violet Glycerine doap, three cakes in a box, 25cts. Turkish Bath Soap, C for 25cts, positively pure soap, Fetzer's Drug j OlUtf. Ol Contractor M L Julian is now en gaged in repairing the country homo of Mayor Morricon. He will put in :be flooring of the new Cannon mill also. It would be well lor those who can to purchase and haye hauled at once their winter wood supply, now that the roads are in gocd condition and wood cheap. Children's c:-ivico3 were held at i.hs Baptist church Sunday night. The exercises consisted of recitations und eongs. The meeting wa3 de -.ightful and profitable. Hyacinths, Tulips, Easter Lilly, i'resea, Narcissus and other bulbs, all choice select bulb3 from Peter Hendsrson & Co. Our prices are ery low. Fetzcjr's Drug Store. Mrs. LUlie Hix, ot Wilkesboro, arrived Saturday night on a short iit to her mother, Mrs. T C Strieker. She goes from iiere to Baltimore on a bueinees trip. Don't send your money away and -ay express and postage on Flower Bulbs. We have a large stock, em bracing fine Named Hyacinths, Tu Eater Lilly. Select bulbs at Jctt price?. You will save money if you buy of us. Fetzer's Drug Store. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is not a secret preparation. Any physician may J&ve the formnla on application. The secret of its success as a meaN '-me lies in its extraordinary power to cleanse the blood of impurities snd cure the mo3t deep-seated cases of blood disease- Carve dat 'possum ; crve him to de-heart 1- . . p The Oregon horses at the fair grinds attracted a number of citi zens Sunday. Mrs. J D Cline, of St. John's, whose illness The Standard: noted, is much improved. : - ! It blabbers and goasipp'ers were to fro. to work th.ere would be less heartaches and, feer loafers. ;, Several females donned men's ap parel Sarurday night and went beg ging. They were discovered by the police but no arrests were made. Mr. W W Deatoa .went out to the G W Patterson cotton mill this morning to hang the. shafting pre paratory to placing the" machinery. The enrollment at the University is 505. Taking off those who merely attended the summer school for six weeks, tue actual attendance is 3G5. Your attention is called to the adyertisement: "Only a Farmer's Daughter." This company the press speaks .highly of. See ad. for dates. The fall opening of millinery goods at Miss Nannie Alexander's to- uorrow afternoon will fbe the grandest display of millinery art ever exhibited in Concord. The cbaingang will be engaged for sometime in putting grayed on on tUe Mt. Pleasant road, where the reads who alim-sc impassable last winter. We have received today from Peter Henderson & Co., a large stock of bulb3 for fall planting. Hya cinths, Tulips, Easter Lilly, Fresea, Narcissus and others. Call early and make selections. Fetzer's Drug Store. The protracted meeting at Forest Hill Methodist church opened yes terday with great encouragement. Preaching eyery night during this week at' 7:45. The public is in vited to attend. Many citizens on Main street wf-re awakened Sunday morning by some one driving a horse to a buggy at a brutieh and desperate rate through the streets. It was about 2 o'clock, just a short while after the police men had retired. "For years," says Capt. C Mueller, "I have relied more upon Ayer's Pills than anything else in the medK cine chest, to regulate my bowels, and shose of the ship's crew. These pilli are not severe in their action, but do their work thoroughly." Jfcv. J H Page spent the day in gou ;; around shaking his friends' hands. Did he do all his friends that wav, he would have to remain here one solid week. This office was glad to have him ; he's one of the best friends we ever had. Invitations have been issued an nouncing the marriage, on Wednes day night, October 2, 1895, of Air. Will Maynard to Mias Verna Trout man, The ceremony .will take place at the home ot the bride's father, Mr. Wiley Troutman, on Spring street. Bob Boat, a very meddlesome negro of the town, while fooling with one Jim Githin on the sidewalk in front of John K Patterson's store Saturday evening, accidentally got a 5-inch gash cut in bis leg while attempting to kick Githin, who held an open knife in his hand. Kev. W M Shaw, of Bethpage, No. 4 township, preached in the Presbyterian church Sunday, morn ingand night. His sermons were interesting and entertaining. Mr. Shaw is doing a good work at Beth- The Staxdaed acknowl page edges a pleorant call fro;?i itsfrk" I? . W.-vm h:. cir.i? '" r- rus. B W.DukeSons &Co.'"KS I :theamerican tobacco GXUrW I p? DURHAM, N.C. U.S.A. V&V MADE FROM 1KD ABSOLUTELY PURE Baltimore is the victor. Her baseball team has the pennaut. Adam's creek between Concord and Mt. Pleasant is dry. It refuses to run. Kev. Dr. Thornwell, of Fort Mill, S, C, whose critically illnes3 has been noted, is reported improved. Mrs. Elam King returned to Char lotte today, to attend the bedside cf her nek brother, Mr. Will White. U wk.s better yesterday. Rev. W C Alexander was to have preached in Statesville Sunday, but akinjr sick Friday he came home. Hi: ia much improved today, The St. xdaud is pleased to announce. , With Sam Jones aud Sells circus m Charlotte and the Oregon horees and "Only a Farmer's Daughter" here on Friday, some of Concord's people will be uncertain as to where they will go. Grace Lutheran church, colored, Piev. N IBakke, pastor, had "Har vea' Home" services Sunday. The church was decorated with the fruits of the soil. The sermon and sonKs were appropriate to the occasion. The church presented r beautiful appearance. The great international yacht race nor the Cotton States Exposition can mean half so mucli to the women of our Nation as a becoming bonnet. Therefore you must not fail to see the elegant display of pattern hats and bonnets at Miss Nannie Alex, ander's tomorrow fftcrr.oon, Octo ber 1, the result, weeks close study of imported styles in New York and other cities Open to visitors until 10 o'clock in the even- -n 1 ing. .bvery one welcome. JTWcn Baby was stele, v. e gave her Castorla. Alien she was a CliilJ. sho cried for Castoria. When sho becamo Miss, sho clung to Castoria. Taea sho had Children, sho gave them Castoria, JtJilliucry Opening. Fall and winter opening of mil linery at Miss Mary Brachen's store Tuesday and Wednesday October 1st and 2nd. All welcome. 2t. 3 Did You Ever Tr Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles ? If not, get a bottle now and get Eelief. This medicine has been found to be peM culiarb adapted to the relief and cure of all lemale complaints, exert-. ins a wonderfu direct influence in living strength and tone to the or gans. If you have loss of appetite, constipation, headache, fainting spells, or are nervous, Sleepless, excitable, melancholy or troubled with dizzy spells, Electrio-Kiits is the medicine you need. Health ; ud'strength are guaranteed by its u : Fifty cents and $1.00 at Fetzer's I.-1: : store. LOWE & SON. 0 We are not offering our en tire stack of goods for less than it costs us we don't want you 'co think so. But we want you to know that we have gone through our stock and picked out sevs eral hundred pairs of Ladiesi Shoes the finest goods we carryiii No. 2, 2i, 3, 3 and 4, that we waht to get out of our way. You may know this means prices are not what we are looking for roday, but we want you to have a pair of these slices. They will go anyway at about Half-Price. Now is the'timejto come. They will not last but a few days. In the lot will be abouf 50 pairs of Men's Shoes No. G, 61 and 7 thatmust be moyed. The Shoes will all be on . Bargain ..Counter on the right ;when you enter the door. Come in a hurry to -O LOWE & SON. THE COM MAN If the fashion plates are to be believed, will wear black, and there never was such a demand for BLACK DRESS GOODS to the exclusion of all col bred fabrics. Nothing adds more to the beauty and dignity of a woman' appearance than a fine black gown, which is alike economical and ultra fash ionable. We have just gotten in our black and navy blues bought when the prices were low can sell you 75 cent Henrietta Surah for 50c 46 inches wide Can sell you a Si goods 50 inches wide for 75c, Our stock of Black Creapones are the latest production. We ask all Ladies to see our dress goods before buying else where. Do you want to see the prettiest line of LADIE'S SHOES ' ever showu iu Concord Then come and see us and be convinced. Our No. 49 narrow Opera Toe perfect beauty. Our No. 71 Needle Square Toe prettiesf'seoe on the mar ket.l Our No, 69 Pointed Razor Toe the most stylish yt. Our No, 70 Icound Toe p, grand seller, all at low ligures. UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS Our city trade "Leader" pure Linen Bossom .extra heavy muslin double front and bacK, patent continu ous facings on back and sleeyes, custom cut and at the low price of 50c. Mormon," Lentz Co HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF BUY IN G A FALL DRESS? EX 44 inches wide 40 cents per yard 36 inch B9 27 cents per yard. See our Mine of ladies lei - Crepons, Crovenetts and Henriettas. They, are the lattest. Don't miss them if you want a black dress. Our are simply elegant Fine Woe ft' I 1 Jress hi m w mum 9 : I, I:. I it . ' SI' . ' it tiUr i i.r. H" f I ' h.r-i i v : l:4 f r - 1" i. f;l: I:! A :!:( h' l-' T,'' 3f i". i v. : . I - f: "If p h h j . 1 til' ?. i? i 4 i i. .11 r I ?! A A !:. I il! V, il' I MHl 'A -it I j pi t i i 1 1. i I 1 I

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