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local rr porter.
;.i".-ht:-iiiig su'uc!.. the 'beautiful
h- e r;-e m the yaaa of iI rs. John
i- iok. Saturday i.ight.
; . . W. G Rsh'anicr, who has had
; :. .-:ck O'" lover I ;r the past thrte
- I.- ti'day very much better.
i J-L-hfioi house' -v.. Cannonville
; r!;.- c 'ii'ii.'iCti d. By another
-v i he building vill ha ready for
. B IIarhs-l, ticket agent at
. h oll'on a'ten days vaca
y. s, ChalmerrjSims is substi
U;.'.r i" .r him.
'' - : -v Yoiv World is authority
, , tnat David B Hili
t' vii'dar.j himself for Bryan
--u Sj v'v ail.
;- SiarJ' Enterprise says : Mr.
i ' M jose reports a young chicken
ioiir legs arid feet. A strange
of n-iture !
1 irge limb was blown from the
' :.o'it -lands in rear of the post
. on r.'i tluit btn'IdinjT Saturday
during the storm.
-i - trial of the small boys and
v. niing school will not come up
'i' the plaintiff is ready, which
' not be until late in the week.
j'.'ie Ladies Benevolent Society of
:e First Presbyterian church held
"iy important meeting at the
i ::.e of Mrs. P B Fetzar this after
;r,oa at 4 o'clock.
Dr. W II Wakefield, of Charlotte,
iiMe in Concord at the St. Cloud
j Thursday, September 24. His
is limited to eye, ear, nose
The Standard is in possession
" a communication tending to
counteract impressions gDtten from
-s columns on Saturday with refer
ence to the unfortunate difficulty
that occurred at Mr. J E Redmon's
school. Statements seem to conflict
and The Standard is very anxious
tnat the affair should be amicably
justed and therefore deems it ad
visable to be silent, when to speak
ight hinder the best outcome.
We will know tomorrow wi,at-.,
aie Democratic and P,,uit
Executive commutes r.av done
electoral fusion. From H indica
tions "lutiiun will prevail."
Mr. Ddberry Fisher, of Mront
lieasant, is again a salesman at
Cannons & Fetzer's. Mr. Fisher
has manv friends in the city and
county who will be glad to see him
Mies Mary Bmchen i now in
New York at Jas. G Johnson's,
making a handsome line of nattprn
nats and bonnets. She will r, in
Concord soon ready to exhibit
A number of the members of the
congregation of the Methodist
church held a prayer and praise
service at the jail Sunday afternoon
at 5 o'clock. The service v:: H
by Rev. J K Moose, of Bays Chapo:
Mr. E.l. Ciine, on last Saturday,
purchased the desirable .u ..
South Main street lyirif: between
ihe property of Mr. X D Fj :
Mr. William Blume. AVe learo urM
J Mr. Ciine will erect a dwell;:;- ':' u
aU t:ary day.
Mr. Alexander Sanr.d.
p; j . , .,,r 1
ICuoudrant, La.,sajs: Mia-IP;-" !3eU
! Aver' Pills at least tvc-.v-li
j years-, I uou!d pay that for all m0-
! eases of t he bowels, stororv- . : '
i liver, which can be re;;:
! ;;iJls, t h.tjsd aro :i!va vs
rn.'y !;?cp the system in
Mr. Lee Sip;-), son of M:
Sapp, who lives in No.
-nip w:i-- in the ci'y this Q
lYnyruw.z He had a dv;;;
o:-:eii ctin peculiar for
! : y-i :iid while fooling v.-'
thi1 doj bit him. Mr. S;i'
. ; i
v:;s mad and went, to Oh un
co have a maUt-vOCe applied.
L-' you isave sick or nervous o-ad-j
ch.v, T-he A yer't? Ca thartic Piils. ;
Tliey will clcafise the stomach, re- i
j store ticaitiiy action to ih." - 'i-.-estive
i organs, remove Hijte :nw . i
p';.JI'ieo OI i'iiICtl (it.pr--:
nerves and brain), and oo gr.
sprrhy relief. j
M-ilinda Moss, a highly ; t I '.
! colored woman of the city, fr ooim I
vears ast iii tiie employ of Dr. R ;
l oung, died this (Monuay) morn
ing aiLer a brief iliness. Otie by
one the good old darkies pas; away,
and the demise cf this particular
personage will be keenly i". 1 by her
nuiii-'ious white friends.
i Sanduy morning just as the good
j people v;ere on their way to ser-
vie-; at the various churches, a ne
gro, half drunk, and from what we
could learn indecently dressed,
paraded up and down the sidewalks
along the business .part' of town. II o
was unobserved by tho policemen,
and, of course, was not arrested.
rtm star op no:
;SV'i' y ' . -
flcl very bad' rAy
seemed I could live.
We' had the best
doctors that our
country afforded. 1
' was a skeleton
Kvery one that saw
me thought that I
would never get
well. I had palpita
tion and pain in the heart, terrible pain in
my right side just under the ribs, terribla
headaches all the time ; a bearing down
sensation ; a distressed feeling in my stom
ach all the time ; could hardly eat anything
and it looked as if I would starve. All the
time I would take such weak trembling
epells, and it seemed as if I could not stand
it. There were six doctors treating me
when I commenced taking- your medicine.
I had lost all hope and gone to my father's
to die I commenced taking Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery and his 'Fa
vorite Prescription' together, and I took
them regularly until I felt as if life was
Worth living again."
"I weigh more than I have weighed foi
tpn vearsf My friends say that I look better
feiTth cveV saw me. The first two bot
ties did me more good than all the medicine
I had taken. My stomach has never hurt
me since I can eat anything I want and as
Such as I want. If you want to use this in
favotofvour medicine, I am a living -wit-KM
to 55fy to it, id will, to anybody
who wante to know further of my case.-
n. , j
py-'vS''' v-mv la titer's to cue,'
-- "I gave l-irf h to
baby a y -ir rr.-o. i
M5i.'vt;1 she acids, a n o.
'AfS''"'.1-! secined to do voy
tucn i oe trail 10
1 i . at, y :. j.'.. ir i- jl .r . I
i'"T?v-'M wroncrar.O I seemed
jp;.taj---u,;':-'--H thing tii'ii c-rtici ne
Ijvyfe1i borne. I was in bed
SM'' i'l'l? 5 months and there
H&$2S 'me&&il was not a day that it
TJie f'll am! rSov nf the ISuinnu
I ile at Tliis JPort, us Keen Uy Our
Rev. Paul Barririger, of Heiligs,
was in the city today.
Mr. Jamea Wads worth, of Char
lotte, spent Sunday in the city.
Mr. II C McAllister went up to
China Grove this morniru:.
Mr. John HoLov: -r-r, of
Maiden, is nome on a visit, to rela
tives. Mr. S A Hamilton came down
from Salisbury and spent Sun jay
in the city with his family.
Messrs. A M Faggart and D illas
Pitts spent Sunday at Poplar Tent,
returning this morning.
Mr. D L Hathcock and Dr. B L
Griflin went up to Salisbury this
morning, tde latter professionally.
Miss Sallie Fisher, ofMt. Pleas
ant, spent today in tho citv, the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. John ACTme.
r T TTT -x . ,
Aire. .uev. vv u i; rr. :ne. .
rived in the city from Virgin: i
urd iy night and is the gr;,.-;. f
and Mrs. Wm. Smith.
Miss Lillie Ludwig, of
Pleasant, pa.-s.-d ttirouait tl-.e
l 1 i y
this morning on her w,.; ,, ;v
bury to visit friends.
Mister Johnnie A - - ?er
came down Irom Mooiw-viji,; oitur
day evening oa ins bicycle ?-'.id
spent Sunday with hr- ;..;
Misa Sidle CJarksn, a fair r-:p-ivssntative
of Charlotte, came over
S it urd ay afternoon and speiH Sun
day in the city, the guest, of Mi:;:
lOiiz ib;.h Git) -on.
-r-Miss Mollio Suthf.-r, who has
hvii sp'-ndir.gsome with Miss
re .'i e Ridenhcnr at S J-:;n?s re-
turi-(i to her h
The duct r may be
UK':;, but eVrfli t O, mbdir :
lions and the ;ioc:d-... ;
treatmei.it are abborn :-l
modest woman. They
r.issing ofien useless. T
uot be Fubmilted to :u
tiling else has bi?en tried,
case.i out. of ten there is
lor them. In nine onre-- e
the doctor io geara! .:-
competent to treat fer-v;
They make a branch of
themselves. Tney are r.is-:
other ailments. They
properly understood as
. : -hi
i : . -On
t of ten, !
. ( ioe by
only by one who has had ac:::ai
years of practice and exj;cnoriC-j in
this particular line. Th: ;
Dr. R V Pierce, chief o
physician of the Inva'ias' 1 1 :ei
and Surical Institute, a: Bah'do,
N. Y. Dr. Pierce's Fa
scription, a remedy for t
meats of the reproduci )rt:a?js of
women, has been in acton use for
more than thirty years. 1c cures
every form of "female weakness."
John Gibson, the young mulatto
who works at Willison's barbershop
accidentally cut a severe gash on
the back of his left hand while
strapping a razor.
Fpr Infants and Children
'orei Hill Sews.
Ma. W R Odell left for Mocks
yille last night, where he was sum
moned to attend court.
Misses Loula Perkins and Amanda
May spent yesterday in the country.
Mrs. Laura Baxter is quite sick
at her home on St. Charles street.
Mr. James McDonald, of Char
lotte, spent Sunday with Capt
Charies McDonald, his brother.
There will be a lawn party given
under the auspices of the Juvenile
Missionary Society of- the Forest
Hill Methodist church on the fac
tory lawn next Thursday eTening.
We expect a grand succesa for the
Mr. W P Shealy and little son
left for their home at Stanly creek
To talk about any
J i c I:i ( 1 1 ( v. c!
1 . T 1
i. ISO YJ 2.
See our Plain White
LL3iustitclied at 5c.
Linen Hemstitched at
12 l-2o., worth 20c
Our 44x21' Fringed I
Towels,, worth 25c,
lor 16 2-3.
O 3 1 I tt I
oar- a a m uc la
Vfi) n ft
THK NKARER THE BONE THE
SWEETER THE MEAT.
It is an old and homely adage
and finds an ay) plication here
The maker of merchandise has
reached the end of his summer.
His season is over ; yours has
just begun. He's anxious to
sell what is left of his mades
up product at almost any reas
sonable sacrifice. We're
watching your interest in this
matter and as a result have
made some purchases that
will surprise you by their
HERE THEY ARE:
Wash goods at 5, 81, 10 and
12i cents. Figured Mohair,
black, 36 inches, at 25 cents,
A bargain, Billows of hand
ksrehiefs, you'd wonder how
it could be done if we hadn't
told you, There's no loss to
us, but a
Big Gain; to You
and the maker pays the piper.
Come ann see them, 5, 10, 12.
15, 25 and 50 cts.
Oxford Ties; Prince Albert
and Spring Heel Ties in all the
new toes. These are Genuine
Bargains, no old goods. All
new, direct from the factory.
Come and See TTs.
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