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"U ' THE STANDARD,
, Concord, N. C.
aQ omer at q g VVaeoner'n
wribr nd frh fi"b He
wnl have them tomorrow morning;
u luieuatii preaicts threst-nii &
iftiu lonignt and
xxwvy, cieanne; tomorrow
Arrival of, Trains.
, t-vhm-'M.iurrives at 11:17 a. m.
' 'v ., vAon " " 10 p. m.
.. v.!i:.i " " 7:22 p.m.
.. -'.uit:i " " 9:35 a.m.
, ew Vurk " " S.-4-S a. m
:!.-:it; " " 9:00 p.m.
,r.i,uni tn-kht leaves at 11:17 a. m,
.'.''s.utul " " " 5:45 P. m.
...i 1: a:e the local trains between
: A:' iiu.i- rsos. 35 and 36 are the
i;s : eiweeu Atlanta and Washing-.-..l'
ire the Washington and
'tsii'i'uled Limited trains and stop
NOtRSQH '& CO
ill 1BG STORL
P. Dkaton, local reporter.
:b and oysters
at C B
most tempting display of
?vtr in Concord is at G E
Fi-her'e fruit stand.
There were several wagons on the
Greets with mountain cabbage. D
::;uiJ that this i a good market.
Go to J F Day vault's for fresh
-eats and oysters. All orders
'"aptly filled. nG
Gaither Heilig, IS years of age,
at the county home Wednes
afternoon of consumption. He
-a r.een sick for a long time.
f A Republican rally consisting
r a!r.rge number of negroes and
o white men took place in No. 4
aip ihursday night.
, tere did you get that dress ?
Gibson & Morrison's advertise
ment and learn a few facts. They
3rci6h fashion sheets free.
r. Henry Barnhardt, who lives
r side of Mr. Fred Cline, in No.
township, has just completed a
r.er two-story dwelling house.
omorrow is challenge day at the
,Gtg precincts, when the iudees
1 registrars of election will meet
aiany parts of the county
fields aro frpsh and preen
iih the growing grain, and from
rpral appearances it is about ail
'''fcat has been adyancing stead
" t;'r '-we time and gave much
.'..'7'- to the farmers, and was
' " satisfactory to all, but just
"l i: on the decline and the
Mr Dennis Hall, of High Point
who has been working in the city
for some time, has gone to Union,
r ,,WT he wiu Plaster the town
pfeted " PfPSt ha8just com-
Wherever there is rlnnKf
tne legality of a registered voter, it
is the duty of anyone knowing of
the same to appear at the precinct
tomorrow and get it straightened
Mrs. L M Morrison spent yester
day at the home of Mr. Mack Staff
ord at Harrisburg. It was thought
that Mr. Stafford was improving
but slowly. F B'
Cotton Weigher Biggers was
about the busiest man in town to
day. One hundred bales had been
sold at 2:30 o'clock and more on
themarket. The ruling price was
Mr. C M Sappenfield is now ready
to serve the public with oysters and
quail on toast, by Wilse McMoore,
whose reputation as a cook is un
equalled. His restaurant is in the
brick row, rooms formerly occupied
by Lawyer W G Means. o23
Tom White is in this fight to die
in the last ditch or plant Democ
racy's proud banner in the trium
phant breezes on the 3rd da of No
vember. You may stick a peg right
here if you wish.
The remarkable number of cures
of gout and rheumatism which have
folllowed the use of ATer's Sarsa
parilla, point conclusely to the fact
that this remedy come3 nearer being
the specific for complaints of this
nature than any other medicine in
Presiding Elder Scroggs, in com
pany with Rev. M D Giles passed
through the city today to Mt. Pleas
ant. The quarterly conference for
the Mt. Pleasant circuit will be held
at Georgeville, and the meeting will
embrace next Sunday.
Between disease and the many
cheap preparations which are
palmed off under the name of blood
purifiers, take your chances with
disease, until vou can procure
Ayer's Sarsaparilla the only re-
liable blood purifier. Sold by all
druggists and dealers in medicine.
Register Weddington seeing the
,oount of the cock-roach plague at
the Fenix Flour Mill says that a
good trap that will catch them is a
new tin pan with something like a
moist rag that has some nourish
ment on it. They will go in but
can't crawl out.
Hon. R B Lacy, the efficient head
of the Bureau of Labor statistics of
the State will speak in the court
house Saturday night. Mr. Lacy is
a mechanic, a man of labor, a ma
chinist and locomotive engineer.
Any one who has read the bureau
report, we think, feels acquainted
with him already. He is reputed
as a good speaker, the laborer's
friend, and we are informed will
treat the issues of the day from the
laborer's standpoint. Come out and
A race riot occurred at Roxboro
in Person county Thursday,brought
about by the notorious Satterfield,
who was clerk in the last Legisla
ture and indicted for tampering
with bills. He is the Republican
candidate for the House and made
an inflammatory speech to the ne
groes and caused them to attack a
white man. There were a number
badly wounded and blood flowed
freely. A number ef white men
were struck by rocks thrown by
negroes and seriously hurt. Fur.
ther trouble is anticipated.
The Ebb and FIow or the Unman
Title at This Port, as.Seen By Our
Mr. A Jones Yorke has return
ed to the city.
Rev. and Mrs. M V Sherrill and
son, Mr. E B Sdernll, have gone to
Geo-gflvilie to spend several days
with Prof. Brooku.
Capt. A H Propst is home from
South Carolina. Tillmanism is a
Head issue in that State this cam
paign. Mrs. E C Cannon, who has been
spending some time in the ciiy
with her sons, Messrs. D F and J W
Cannon, returned to Cnarlotte yes
terday. Mrs. L R Rose, of Mt. Pleasant,
passed through the city on her way
to Lincolnton, where she goes to
visit her daughter, Mrs. Agnes
Rhyne, who is quite sick.
Miss Hattie Goodman, a student
at Mont Amcena Seminary, was in
the city this morning. She was on
her way to Saunders, her home,
where she will spend Sunday.
The Ideal Panacea.
James L. Francis, AJderman,
Chicago says : I regard Dr. King's
New Discovery as an Ideal Panacea
for Coughs, Colds and Lung Com
plaints, having used it in my family
for the last five years, to the exclu
sion of physicians's prescriptions
or other preperations.
Rev. John Burgus,Keokuk, Iowa,
wrires: I have been a minister of
the Methodist Episcopal church for
50 years or more, and have never
found anything so beneficial, or that
gave me such speedy relief as Di
King's New Discovery. Try this
deal Cough Remedy now. Trial
Bottles free at Feszr's Drug Store.
TO CUKE A COI.D 1A OKG DAY
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure. 25c.
There will be a regular meeting of
Concord Knights of Pythias, No.
51, touight at 8 o'clock. Members
especially requested to be prompt.
G. L. Patterson, C. C.
M. B. HAaTSELL, K. of K. and S.
night while coming up
c U.,tt in front of Mr. A L
; .-"-Ms residence, a negro
v aite, who works at Brown
'try stables was set upon by
ur six white boys, who attempt
' him ''skedaddle." He
- jruii, however, but tore off a
;c ar;d was about to use it
boys took to their heels,
'i; '-appenfield stepped out
; piazza and asked them
10 teur down the fence.
Men to prepare for examination
for Clerk or C urrier to be held at
CoDcora po3t cilice soon. Valuable
information about all government
positions and examinations free, of
National Correspondence Institute,
Dept. C. S , UTasniu2ton, D. C.
KEEP OUT OF MISERY
For Over Filly Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrnp has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their child
ren while teething, with perfect suc
cess. It soothes the child, softens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea, It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
druggists in every part of the world,
TWntv-five cents a bottle, Be sure
a oav fnr Trs. Winslowa Sooth-
UiiU. oa j-v .
ing Syrup," and take no other kind.
ie Goneord Na
Fifty-inch Ladies' Cloth,
worth 45 cents, only 37 cents.
Jacquards, Etomines, Mata
lasse in all the new colorings,
Only 4 and 5c yard. Heaviest
and best qualiiyCanton
Flannel 8c. Flannel
ette for Shirting
;:, only 10c yd,
WORTH 121 CENTS.
Offers to the business public a re
liable, permanent, conservative and
accomodating bankiug institution.
We solicit your business with the
assurance of honorable treatmeut
and duo appreciation of your paU
If we can serve you at any time,
we shall be glad to have you come
and see us.
Gapital and Sulplus $70,000.
D. B. COLTRANE, Cashier.
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P. S. People who desire to have a steady and
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end for our explanatory, fre.
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Physician and Surgeon.
Concord, N. C.
OFFICE: ST, CLOUD ANNEX
12, 15, 20, 25 and 50.
Our 25 cent Vests have been re-
duced from 39 cents.
Mens' - Underwear.
Shirts 15, 25, 40, 50 and $100, the
bast values on the market. Pants
LADIES' UNION SUITS.
81.00 and $1.75
Big Bargains in Dress Gcods.
in the city,
When you want anything
come and see us.
Buy Ould's Shoes and
you will do away
JUST RECEIVED AN
IHISE LI OF SHOES.
We offer the buying public
the greatest bargains in shoes
eyer shown to any people.
All we ask is to have the
pleasure to show you our line,
the goods will do the rest,
It certainly is beautiful,
and My ! What a fit,
I bought this from Gibson
& Morrison. They always
keep a fnll line of fashionable
land cheap dress goods, and
they have Butterick's PaN
terns, which you will find the
most stylish and easiest to fit.
I always use these patterns.
Isn't my cape pretty, too?
Look what splendid material,
and the very latest style !
They get new wraps every few
And don' t forget their shoes.
Mine are so much admired and
make my foot look so 1 swell"
and as for cheapness and wear
they are the best. Take my
adriceandget your children
shoes there. They have them
all sizes and they will last till
vou are tired of them. In
fact you will find anything
they sell you good and cheap.
Go to see them and you .will
believe me. Fashion sheets
2231 j" jB
There is a difference between nedf
cines and medicines.
Those of to-day, as a rule, differ from
hose of the past in many respects.
Fully as great is the difference be
tween Dr. King's
and the ordinarv medicines of to-v.
It is unlike them m
THESE FIVE THINGS:
1 . It does not taste like a medi
cine. It is as pleasant to take as
lemonade and makes a most refreshing
2. It never nauseaies the most
3. It does not swap off one dis
ease for another. It does not set up
one form of disease in order to relievo
another as is so often the case.
4. It contains no alcohol or
opium in any form and is alvayS
harmless even when given to a babe
one day old.
5. It does not patch simply, it
cures. It reaches as nothing else
does to the hidden sources of disease
in the blood and removes tha cause. It
does this with an ease and power taat
have never been equaled.
For all troubles cf the Blood, Stomach
Bowels, Kidneys and Nerves, and for all forrcC
of 3IALAKIAL POISON it stands pre-einlnent-
without a rival or a peer.
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