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, MOTHER ONE.
cjUAKANTEED TO US
0 A N MARKET.
Wii cu ule to-day.
rr OF LOCAL NEvVS.
, ( ,i 1 itiiil l at in Slupe ly Out
i:i,tiiJU i'eneil Pusher.
M;.-ya bi:d will sr. (for tomorrow,
or fea apple wagons were
if duty todav.
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forcast sayti fcair
t;day; fair tomorrow,
iusura .. oc agents are in town.
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Is all pre vi
-. I 'u uriLa 11 a j moved into
: j v uccuDiS3 his new honie on
:"i Main aircet.
A Irovn is bull. 'ins: a new kilu
'i he, machines are
;n o:xT'.!io!i to-day.
.idjlpbjj Il-iasiltoa. has Secured a
poaiiiuii ;ith L'jwe & Sod, where he
will be- until January.
Major Jao, M Cook, of Mt. Pleas
13 1, spent the day in the city, Hfa'a
::evcuug:3t or..jor in the State.
Several families m.;ed in from
itan.y this morning. They will
'ye in "New Town" at Forest Hill.
Three stations of No. 37, vesti
bule, passed hero to-day. Travel
over the Southern was never fcnown
tc so great.
Dr. John F Reed purchased from
Master Homer Fisher his pet eqalr-"
ri!, whl'jh he shipped to New York
to a friend.
Dry & Wads worth made a large
Swr.ia-nt of farnitare to-day ,to
-lion, S. 0. This lirm ' does an
' Dr. Shirey, who suffered a
-'ri-s :' of of paralysis last week, was
tj h. out cn the streets of Mt,
.it this morning.
: .. .Siuipson Martiu and family,
- j. 6 township, tme gone to
-i-b Mountain, where they will
i'.: th-j cotton mills.
' u cuviilo is nicely iaii on, uui
the sidewalks are completed, i
- -rU in that part of town will
a ijood appaarance.
H Wakefield, of Charlotte,
m Concord at the St. Cloud
ml ay, November 29. Ilia prath
'i hfMiitJd to the eye, ear, nose
:.:rs Slled several of the large
lots last night. The emote
nZ from and the cheerful glare
: camp fire made one think of
4rrivftl of Tralus.
"u ikys, v;ben this wa-3 the
r!' - cut ton market in this part of
tr State, It jet maintains the
rfcccrd of the best market and bigb-
I -Cer. J Jl Moose. m3( Y"
apei, preached in Central Metbo.
duct the service agaia tonight. The
public it invited,
D M Walk-r m?, h,.. v.,.. ...
vw iju a ior all
country produce, cash or barter.
Yesterday anJ today were busy
times in cotton trade. More than
200 bales were sold during the two
days, the ton of th
wu uiug i
.35 Lots of Stanly cotton is being '
vw iiajj jeetr.
Attorney W G Means, who hi s
been so seriously ill, accompanied by
bis son Brandon, has gone to Misen
heimer Springs, to remain some
time, Hi3 many friends wish for
him a speedynd permanent xestora
tion to health.
Amazing, amazing and amazing !
Mr. Gip Eury, below Mt, Pleasant,
has a hog that ho believes will weigh
GOO pounds, and Eury is an oM
biChelor,never having Allowed Cupid
to eren ret under his outside, coat.
Many people, when a little con
stipated, make the mistake of using
snline or other drastic purgatives.
All that is needed is a rp'ld dose of
Aver's P'!l;3 to restore the regular
movement cf the bowels, and nature
will do the rest. They keep the
?jstt in in pei feet order.
Mr. Jack Linker has bought an
other ' plantation. The last one is
one hundred acres from Mr. F A
Archibald, This U the one-legced
man, who came out of the war with
only a gray mare, worth 7, and
who now uns seven or ebkt nice
ui" the I
familiar party-cry-may be appl'ed i
o microbes as well as to men. The
germ of disease that lurk in the
blood are "turned out" by Ayer's
Sarsaparilla as eiTectually as the old
postmasters .r? di3))laced by the rew
Dr I II Bluir, a prominent citizen
oi Monore, a brother to Mrs. Mark
Phillips, of Forest Hill, and a rela
tiye of Mrs. Dr. Johnston, of thia
city, died at his home in that place
on Wednesday evening. Mr. and
Mrs. Phillips haye gone to attend
the funeral, which takes place to
day. Cards aie out announo.ng the mar
riage of Miss Marie A, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C Schulken, and Dr. J
H Dreher, both of Wilmington, on
November 27 at seyen o'clock, in
St. .Paul's Evangelical Lutheran
church, -Wilmington, N. O. Dr.
Dreher is a native of Mt. Pleasant,
and is a skilled dentist, who has
built up a lucrative practice in his
adopted home. The Standard
congratulates him from the depths
of its soul upon winning so excel
lent a young lady.
Few people take as much interest
in r)lea3iog the publico as does Mr,
John K Patterson, who is always up
frt flatA in the recery line. He has
just received a fresh lot of Heckler's
Buckwheat, macaroni, ginger snaps,
pretzels, cakes, crackers, figs, dates,
nuts, raisins, cocoanuts, plain and
fancy candies, lemons, apples,
oranges, canyaseed hams, leaf and
country lard, cottolene, Daisy cheese,
the finest eyer brought to the city,
an assortment of molasses, and in
fact eyerything that is found m a
well regulated ana urac-umw k'
eery store. UAU
Wn-n Baby was sick, we gave her Castorlx
Alien she was a CTuil J, eha cried for Caatori
When she became Miss, sho clung to Castoria.
When Bhe bad CbHdren, she ga them Castcrla.
THE HUSH OF HUMANITY.
oopio Who Travel, as fieeu by Onr
Mrs. I.) j'B . tiaa e urned th a
morining from Sndby.
Mr. A A Molean, v Wilmi-
ton, i3 al tne St. Cloud.
Rev. M G U Sohercr reigned
irjrn Charlotte this morning.
Mr. T S Jones, of Greensboro,
the insurance agent, is in the city.
uxioa xtJiiie iamer, oi i non
Yille, is visiting Miss Mary Reed.
Miss Nellie Cramer, of Thomas-
Mr. W A White, of Rowan, was
in the city yesterday and last night.
Messrs. J C VYadairorth and W
F Flowe, left last night for Atlanta.
Dr. and Mrs, M Holden have
gone to Stanly county for a few days.
Mrs. Wm. Newell and Miss Ida
Flow, of Flow's, spent the day in
Mr3. W M Cochrane, of Char
lotte, is visiting her brother, Mr. D
Mr. C F King arrived in the
city this morning from St. Louis. I
He. will spend several days here with
Iroioeil to liiree ia One Day.
A yonns gentleman in the city re
cently went out in No. 1 township,
where ho Gpcnt tho day. He put up
at a prominent farmer's homo ivnd
found himtelf in the midst cf a
throng of beautiful young women.
Tho young fellow became somewhat
confused be: ore having-, havius
found ihc youn Ladies so agreeable
that he proposed to three of them,
all of whoin accepted.
was of quite a
different nature from what many
would infer. It was that if the
vgutt Ja'iiea would biinir him a
tubhfcl cf ecrVuaiks , ho would go
boyend the market prico and pay
them 51.50 for them. Ho was very
much surpiised when several days
later the ladies entered his place of
business, bringing with them the
Boalybarks. The young fellow was
embarrassed, but paid the pricp,
whereupon the ladies thanked him
for his special f aye r.
The Pardon oi' Leim Cliuc.
Raleigh Observer : Goy Carr has
pardoned Lena Cllne, a very pretty
and innocent-looking young girl,
who was sentenced to the peniten
tiary for one year for larceny; "on
condition that she be placed in the
House of Refrupe, Baltimore, and
remain there as long as the authori
t'ea deem it best lor her welfare, or
until they are satisfied of her com
Mrs. Hays, of the King's Daugh
ters, accompained her to Baltimore,
The King's Daughters and the
State Bard of Chanties u3ed their
influence to .secure her pardon.
The Best Salve in tlae world for
Cut3, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetterd Chappe
Hands, .Chilblains, Corns and ail
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay requi-ed. It is
guaranteed to givo stati&faction or
monev refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale at P B Fetzer's Drng
For any case of Itch or Eszcma
that I can not cure. Come at once
and get well. No cur 3 no fay.
Old Dr. Odam,
Morris IIou3e, Concord, M. C.
P. S. Itch oured in live diy3.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Peun MuCuiI LI To lusiuauco Com
pany of Philadelphia.
Just, dignified, liberal, perpetual.
The best managed with large divi
dends, policies nsver forfeited nor
contested. E?ery leading feature of
life insurant at extrameiy low rates.
J. F, Hurley, AgenN
n7tt Concord, N, C.
The most important is
X DYE AND FINISH.
V Meteor Serge, 35 inches wide, Q
n w ool both ways, 25c per yard. ft
French Sere, inches wide, (J
wool both ways, 40c per yard: (ft
$ worth 50c. W
( j French7 Henrietta, 45 inches ft
)p wide, wool bothlways, 50c; .V
i j w orth Goc ( . '
W Black Faille Francaise Silk,' W
v . mi ps w HP r:w wnrth
- - v. , fiuxix. 1'
Another lot of
in black, 50 Inches wide, St.00
W Per yard, worth 1,35. Thev U
f" r, .- 1-a.-.r I "
aiu sixa,y gut me UUIl ill) lO ',
nliK and Woo . ; S mr ips u n (
worth ?5c our ;price COc. See $
mt i n
25 and 35 cents per paii. Fits
L like Wid. Don't ,fccome too late.
1 We are Lelling1.
T, 1.-A l 11 f : i IV'. I " Ml f i , ' ; i . . x
If the fashion plates sre
to be believed, will wear
black, and there never
waB such a demand for !
BLACK 1 DRESS GOODS
to the exclusion of all col
ored fabrics. Nothing-
adds more to the beauty
and dignity of a woman1 d
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 $1
goods 50 inqhes wide, for
75c. Our stock of Black
Creapones .are ,the latest
production ' We ask all
Ladies to see our dress
goods betore buying else
where. . ; V ' .
Do you want to see the
prettiest line of
ever shown in Concord
Then come and see us and
Our No. 49 narrow Opera
Toe perfect beauty.
Cur No. 71 Needle Squaro
Toe prettie3tseoe on the mar
ket. Our No, 69 Pointed Razor
Toe the most stylish yt.
Our No, 70 Round Toe a
grand seller, all at low iigures.
Our city trada "Leader v
pure Linen Bossoni 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.
LOWE & SON
That there are only 60 days
left for U3 to close out our
stock of goods. The time is
short and there is lots of stuff
here to be sold. In order to
do this Ave are gome; to make
the price move the goods Ve
will let our kid glove safe
continue for a taw days.
There is good thiDgs in it
when you can buy 1.25 and
$1.50 gloves for 75c-
All kinds of
To go now for below their
value. Our Ja;d stock has
been cut down in price until
you can a ford to trim cheap
& U I S i
I i ? as:
Now is the time" when 'you
can't let your feet stay on the
ground. You mast ymt shoes
on all the little people, and if
you don't know that LOWE'S
is the place to
SHOE THE CROWD
tis time you are finding it ouT,
other people know it and are
profiting by it. No one wants
to sellshoe3 at the "prices we
sell them, but they must be
goes every day and the people
who tade advantage of this
sale put money m i- their
I pocket. Overcoats and suits
now at almost what you want
We are placing a special
in the middle ot one house
where we will place on it
every day something special,
jand to keep up with this sale
it will pay you well to drop in
every day and se-; what ii
going on. ;
We want you to come and
bee us. .
in Si J aac 0
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