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ArriTftI of Trains.
, hmond arrives at 11:15 a- m.
i.huiRtoa 9:5b p. m.
:;.itu;i " " 7:22 p.m.
.Viatr.a " " 9:35 a.m.
New Vork " " 8:51 a. m.
Ul.mU " " 9:00 p.m.
h1 ound freight leaves at 12m.
V, ,,nnd ' 4 4 4 5: is P. m.
'., 1 : . ir. the local trains between
., t A 1 1 m ti t ri . Nos. is and6 are the
Vt ''1 1
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: estUniled Limited trains and stop
t :; signal
A rATUH OF LOCAL NEWS.
jt K, ,i 1 ji :ml I" Shape By Our
ilnstliuu: Pencil Pusher.
a 1 roads lead to Atlanta.
iK, morning traia was two and a
s.jlf hours late.
Tutiv never was a better time for
bei-o ireful with fire.
yc. ':' one DOlir an(l thirty
juicu :c3 late this morning.
K.uiKoai Mills Snuff for sale,
vholc and retail by J f Allison,
rcn passenger trains, besides a
nutiit' of extra specials, pass here
Ka lijau has gone to Salisbury
and t.ci :ouiejloom fixer for the Salis-L-ury
Mrs, Esther Gibson has mince
m;at. on sale, at Doye & Boat. ' Call
The new bell at the Baptist church
La; Dron placed and its peals can be
karti all over the city.
A part of the circus attendants
returned from Salisbury Friday
tight some will come later.
Found A folding key, evidently
a store or otlice key. Bring a dime
ani get it,
Mr. Jame3 HoUhoaser has accept
ed a position as salesman with Can
no::; i' Fetzr, He is on the cloth-j
ir.C shoe side. j
TiiL Standard is sorry to hear of 1
the extreme illness of Mrs. Julius
Browii, an excellent lady of St.
Mr. Vv'edtliugton to-day issued a
license to Mr. John Winecoff, who
is to be married to Miss Lou Laughs
I:: Both are of CannonvilJe.
Allison has just gotten in
Large Hominy, Kolled Oats, Prunes,
Macaroni, Bakers Chocolate, Olives,
hcklcs, etc., all fresh and nice, tf
The families of L 0 Rummage
and G M Hopkins haye moyed to
':3 city and are residents at Forest
Hill. They will work in the Odell
Master Sidney Smith, the little
child of Key. and Mrs. M A Smith
that wa3 such a great sufferer some
time ago with croup, ia again quits
The street evangelist was on the
corner again Jaat night. He was
listed in the singing by his daugh
ter. His audience was not a large
or attentive one.
Mr. Dan Summey is in the city
sd will assist the choir at the First
Presbyterian church tomorrow,
morning and night. Some excellent
music will be rendered.
Mr. W A Ridenhour has com
pleted his course at the Commercial
Allege in Charlotte. He has ac
CPt&d a position at Greenville, S. C.
e will spend a few days at home
before going to Tillman's State,
Cane lost between Concord and
0ok'c crossing. Yellow staff, with
51er head bearug these letters G.
G- s- The staff belongs to Capt. W
B Smith, The finder will please
lea at this office and be rewarded.
Know whereof we affirm when
We state that Ayer's Pills, taken
ojnptly, at the first symptoms of
Co Vud fevers, arrest further pro
gress of these disorders, and soeedilv
8tfc the stomach, liyer, and bow
8 to taeir normal and regular ac
Tht Rocky River min u;u w
E Smith has ken workup, has
closed down for the win.er.
the Old Pornace Mine ,,ar b Jb
Mill, struck a yery fiue and rioh
spot this week.
Stop at D M Wall,.'.,
poaite D C Purr's at Pores? mil. 5.
The dewliing house of Mr s tt
Johnston, of Harrisburg, narrowly
cacapeu Durning Friday. It was
barely discovered before the fire
would have been beyond control.
Farmers are very much discourag
ed at the present outlook for the
next wheat crop. The continnprf
drought has delayed wheat sowing
u an parts of , the country and it is
a very little that has been sown in
this county as yet.
In many cases, the first work of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is to expel the
effects of the other medicines that
haye been tried in vain. It would
be a saving of time and money if
experimenters took Ayer's Sarsapa.
nlla at first instead of at last.
D M Walker pays the highest
market prices for all kind of
country produce, cash or barter.
Don't forget the place onnosite D C
Purr's at Forest Hill. tf.
Last Sunday there were fiye men
in the St. Cloud office at one time
who had the matrimonial feyer. One
has alread been cured, one gets well
next Tuesday and the others inside
of three weeks. Prof. Thompson
was the only one whose temperature
was normal, but the"disease is con-
There are now 358 patients in the
nsane asylum at Raleigh the larg
est number since it was established.
There are 154 males and 204 fe
males. The great majority of them
are country people of middle age.
Wake has the largest number and
Cumberland the next largest. Since
December the 1st last there have
been 101 admissions.
That lilt; Sic ii.
The Baltimore Bargain House
edits one-half of our first page. They
hang out their sign even before their
stock is opened out. This is evU
dence that they have bargains in
good goods that they wish the public
to know and they adopt this method
of reaching the public.
Their location will be a splendid
and convenient one and to know
more about it turn over tc their ad
before you lay down the paper.
The announcement of the marrU
age of Mr. Fred Smith, son of
Lawyer W M Smith of this city, in
Richmond, Va on Wednesday yen-
ing last to Miss Ida Coslby of that
city, was a surprise to many of our
citizens and his frienda in this
place. Mr. and Mrs. Smith are
now in the Northern citits and after
a few weeKa journymg, Mr. omuu
will engage in business In Philadel
phia, where he will make his home.
Fonr Thousand Feet f Lumber from
Every one on the streets recently
have been amazed at the large size
of the gum saw stocks being haaled
through town by Mr. J M Burrage.
One tree was cut into six stocks,
then sawed into plank, and the total
number of feet of lumber will reach
000 if not more. One stock was
sawed up Friday last which made
775 feet of heart lumber. Tina was
not a little tree by any means.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla.
JVhen she was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla.
When ihe had Children, she gave them Castoria,
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
People Woo Travel, ns Seen by Our
Mr. J II Maeon arrived in the
city last night.
Miss Gertrude Robbins return
ed to Siatesvilie.
Mr. D R Hoover returned to
the city last night from the South.
Rev. V R Stickley and wife, of
Enochville, spent to day in the city.
Miss Agnes Moss has returned
from a visit to friends in Morgan
Dr. M A Foil, of Mt.Pleasant,
was in the city en route to Char
lotte. Mr. P J Palmer, representing C
Valer of Charlotte, was in the city
Mr. N P Cannon, the coffin
drummer, is registered at the St.
Mrs. C E ISleisler returned to
King's Mountain, her home, this
Miss Fannie Lippard is visiting
her parents from Mont Amoena
Seminary at Mt. Pleasant.
Mr. Walter Ritchie is visiting
relatives at Forest Hill. He came
in from Danyille last night.
Mr. I Frank Mabrey, who was
visiting in the city lor several days,
returned to McAdensville today,
Mrs. Dr. Lowrance returned to
Mooresyille to-day, after spending
several days in the city with rela
tives. Mr. J Sheappirio, of Washing
ton, D. C, is in the city. He is the
manager of ths Biltimore clothing
house that will open here,
Miss Sallie Ury, of Lincolnton,
after spending some time with Mrs.
Julia Welsh in this city, returned to
her home to-day.
Mr. G S Johnson, the Richmond
Engine and Boiler Co's.,Jrepresentas
tiye who is well known in and out
of town, spent last night in the city.
Ill the Highways and Hedges.
The dark-whiskered evangelist,
Pioctor, preached in "new town" at
Forest Hill Friday night. His wel
come in that part of the city is not
very cordial, and if the nights were
as cold as our citizens are to this
class of moralizers and soul saving
instruments,, they w6uld soon be
froze out. Mr, Proctor is to hold a
service on the "square" at Forest
Hill tonight, and if his discourse is
not considerably tamed, he will not
haye manv hearers.
Fourteen years experience in the
treatment of Cancer, Piles and
Chronic Sores. Any case taken. A
cure guaranteed or no pay. Offioe
at Morris House; office hours from
8 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Old Db, Odom,
I had a cancer on my face of sev
eral years standing. It was taken
out by Old Dr. Odom and 1 can
safely say I have been well over 18
months. Charles Aliqood.
Washington, N. 1C, October 1, 1895.
1 had a chronic sore leg about two
years and was disabled to work
eight months. I have been well
sixteen months. 'Old Dr. Odom
cured me. and I can say I had spent
about $50 dollars and tried everyt
hing I could hear of, and nothing
seemed to do any good.
! Stete Bbinston.
Washinsrton, N. C.
Old Dr. Odom's offioe for ten
months was near my house. I could
stand in my door and talk to him.
He has been in Washington 2 years.
I can certify to fifty or more casea
like the abo7e and some others.'
(Elder) James Wikfield,
Editor Watch Tower.
Washington, N. C. October 1, 1895.
LOWE & SON.
OFFERING SOW A BIG
HOUSE OF .
Until the 1st of January, at
prices that will be yery
much lower than we
hava ever "sold
At $2,25 and $6.00.
Ladies Cloaks $2 50.
All Dress Goods cut to
Not a single article shall we
keep. Everything must
go. Cost not consider
ed in this closing out
MENS1 SUITS BOYS'
and PANTS all must go.
If you want SHOES we
Everything going now
cheaper than we could
Spend Your cash where'it
will do you the most good
and to do it you want to go
LOWE & SON. Z
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
ored fabrics. Nothing
adds more to the beauty
and dignity of a woman's
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 4G inches
wide Can sell you a $1
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 baying else
where. Do you want to see the
prettiest line of
LADIE'S shoes h
ever showu iu Concord
Then come and see us and
Our No 49 narrow Opera
Toe perfect beauty.
Cur No. 71 Needle Square
Toe prettiest seoe on themar
Our No, 69 Pointed Razor
Toe the most stvlish vt.
Our No, 70 Bound Toe a
grand seller, all at low ligures.
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.
Gibson & Morrison.
THOUGHT OF BUY
ING A FALL DRESS?
-Fine - Woo
44 inches wide 40 cents
per yard. 36 inch
, - BE
27 cents per yard. See
our line of ladies
Had - Dress -
Crepons, Crovenetts and
Henriettas. Ther are
the lattest. Don't miss
them if you want a black j
are simply elegant.
Ml - Woo