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?he Standard must admit that it
surprised, o say nothing of die
ointment, at the result in Cabar
Faaion worked, it worked like it
The great bulk of the colored
!n voted solidly for the Fusion
It ia not a Populist victory.
It is not a Republican victory.
It is a Fusion victory a fight
srely to "beat the Democrats.
'Democracy is immortal," and
Notwithstanding this defe.it it will
bnly be a time until the party of
;he people will rise np and plant
herself firmly again upon the stage.
By and by, the honest man, seeing
what he has helped to do, repenting,
will come back.
Nc party without principle and
chart, 6uch as Fusion is, can survive
longer than people Bee and know of
the great mistake they hive made in
being led off.
The Standard did all it could: lit
tle as it was. it was done siDcerely
and with an eye to justice and fair
msa. Oar entire ticket, with a single
exception has gone down, each maB
with clean hands, clean record and
with the consciousness of having
All that could be done honestly
has been done cheerfully by all
Old No. 8, true to the teachings
of her fathers and with a full con
ception of her duty in political mats
ters, has remained steadfast in the
No. 12 and others have djne their
There are j ast as many Democrats
in Cabarrus county today as there
were in 1802. The colored man
chose to help the Populists and he
There will be no
People will cease to die.
Prosperity will come bounv. up
like a frisk lamb.
There will be no more toothache,
no more doctor bills.
' There will be no more crop
. Money will grow on trees.
.People can sit down, be easy and
the government will do the rest.
People need not work anymore
the government will support her
Prosperity, glorious prosperity, is
coming we feel it in our bon93.
The Standard respects the opinion
of Adlai Stevenson more than it
does old G rover's. Under date of
November 7 this is given out about
im : Hon. Adlai E Stevenson,
. A t - It
lice jpviaent, - Bpeni toaay quieuy
of the home of his
neditating upon the
of yesterday 7 and
'attend a wedding of a
f aia it; ana py so Goinjyni
bles3 us all andmay
A SHORT TIME.
th3 ago the
. , cents i
inration of Mr. Cleveland. While
L'mocrata' were in no way re
risible for this, they were made
scapegoats. It is also in part
o the delay of Congress in pass
e tariff bill. Had the bill be.
ie a law 90 days ear ler than it
did it is quite probable that the
business conditions of the country
would have eo adjusted themselves
that the political result would have
State Chairman Tou, when asked
by your correspondent to night
what caused the lanislide.said: "Five
cent cotton was the lion in the
path." He added that the legisla
tive and State tickets are both very
close and that the official vote will
be required to determine how they
stand. He father states that the
fusion was far more complete than
the Democrats ever imagined.
LITTLE SJ. APS.
Henry Beeves, the eslored sexton
of the Salisbury Methodi3t church,
has held that position continuously
for forty years.
o ' '
Air. W Frank Kornegay.of Golds
boro, died suddenly, while at church
of apoplexy. Mr. Kornegay was
president of the Board of Directors
of the North Carolina railroad.
'ike North Carolina Christian
Advocate and the Ealeigh Recoder
are having some words over the sub
ject of baptism. A recent com
munication in the Becorder, headed,
"A Methodist Baptizing," is in spirit
that shows a lack of Christianity on
the part of the author and but little
courtesy towards a great denomina
tion in the part of the religious (?)
editor in publishing it.
The very beat Register of Deeds
in the State has been turned down
by a small majority most sf the
adverse yote having no business in
that office at all.
Let us hope that the county mav
have a free ballot. Let us hope
that hereaft-'r an honest, upright
colored man may vote his sentiments
without running the risk of being
liiiJbed with a knife injhfia of
Jno. S Henderson is defeated.
Tiiis is j calamity to all North Caro
lina. It might not be so bad, were
his suscessful opponent a man of
any biains. To be beaten by stuff
like Shnf ori is humiliating. Pray,
Sbuford, when you are taken to
Washington, don't register from
idate for solicitor, Mr, E
one with the rest of
jy&- xne majority
mi- l ?j
fas hot a good day for
The 400 Democrats in
, who failed to go to the
the things on us.
that the North Carolina
s have put their bosom
the Republicans, into full
of the National legislative
we must have 15 cent cotton,
your pledges, boys.
i gentleman you see pacing
. d wn yonder a3 if he were
-lly derangc-d is Schmidt, the
'What is the matter with him V
"He was trving yesterday to un
ravel the complications of his wife's
housekeeping book." Handelszeit
ung. Upguardson. "How are you get
ting along with the three bottles a
day of blown stout your doctor pre
scribed for you two or hree months
Atom. "How am I getting along ?
Greit Scott ! I am two yeara ahead
of this prescription already." Chi
"Dah'a one respeck," said Uncle
Ebeu, "in which er man islboun ter
be ginerons. He kain't xnek trouble
toh hisse'f wifout gibbin' somebodj
else a share in it." Washington
Conductor. "Did you give the
porter your baggage ?"
Passenger. "Jerusalem ! do yon
want me to give him my baggage,
too ?" New York Times. .
Mrs. Thompkin8. When, my huss
band stays out all night I refuse to
giye him any breakfast."
ver --iyl Mrs. fcmitn. " J.naE may uo-ior
ifFr, Tompkins, but it wouldn't pun-
sh my Jim a bit. When . stahejs
put all sight he doesn't want any
breakfast, San Francisco Call.
"You are . charged with . "having
- -- v,w said the
for ty." New
The world U foil of people who
want to do good, but they are in no
hurry about ,- making the Btart.
Ram's Horn, ...
"Jonah,": expostulated the whale,
"do keep still." i "Certainly," an
swered the famous man, "now that I
know where I am, I wasn't sure, but
T had been caught in a folding bed
don't you know' 'Detroit News
Tribune. Bacon "Young Penn told the
typewriter that she had Her hat on
wrong side in front, llow do you
suppose he knew that ?"
Egbert "That's hi3 business. He
is connected with the puzzle depart
ment on a weekly newspaper."
Woman has a great advantage in
the location and concealment of her
pocket. She can slide out of bed at
midnight and find her husbands
pocket in two seconds, He can not
find her pocket in six months, and
when he doe3 he can't get into it.
A temperance paper asks bitterly
"Go into one of our gin palaces, and
what do you find ?". Very apt to
see gin. Tammany Times.
"You cannot crush me," he hissed
to the girl who had jast spurned
"You just wait till I get you out
on the street with my bicycle," she
muttered, malignantly. Detroit
NcSwaHers "Is Clanghorn a
finished author ?"
McSwitters "Yes. Y'ou see he
called on Woolly, of the Howler, an'
called him a liar, and well you
know Woolly." Syracuse Post.
It is thought that Capri vi resign-.
ed because he was not able to dis
suade the Emperor from producing
bis comic opera. Cincinnati Trib
une. "Yes, sir the alligator swallowed
me, boots and all, but a dynamite
catridge I had in my pocket eijplodk
ed and blew the nonstor all to
"Oh, I'm here !" Atlanta Cons
Berlin, Nov. 7.-Germany, through
Emperor Willian, replying to Presih
dent Doles' official notification, has
acknowledged the republic of
Middlesboro, Ky., Nov. 7. Wil
liam Cruz3 was shot and killed in
an election riot by Tom Jones. Will
Jones and Tom Buchanan were
kitted by bomers brothers in ua
election riot In-lT'je county, Vir
ginia, yesterday. The murifc-jeri es
caped. Berlin, Nov. 7. Prince Hohen
lohe presided at the Prussian cabi
net meeting today. Freiheri Von
Wilamowitz, Governor of Posen,
having declined to succeed Herr Von
Heyden as Minister of the Agricul
ture. A hitch has also occurred in
regard to the Dr. Knocks succession
to Dr. Von Schelling as Minister of
Charleston. S. C, Nov. 7 A
special from Wageners, S. C, to tht
News and Courier, Bays : "Prof. H S
Cunningham, principal of the High
Schuul here, was ruthlessly shot
down on the streets this morning
while quietly proceeding to , the
school room, by Robeit L Gnnter.
He was hit by two pistol balls, and
though painfully, is not fatally shot.
Methodist of ttae
Deab Beethben: Within less than
three weeks your pastors wiU Btart
to the Annual Conference. Reports
at the fourth Quarterly Meetings bo
far held show that you are very
much behind with your finances.
Suffer a word of exhortion from
one whose duty it is "to oversee the
spiritual and temporal affairs of the
Church" in this district. ,
1. Let us remember that God hat.
blessed nearly or quite all the
Churches of tho district with more
or less of revival and other spiritual
blessings during the year.
2. Let us not forget that He has
given us unusually abundant tempo
ral harvests. An intelligent farmer
has recently said to me that he be
lieves that notwithstanding th6 lor
price of cotton, the large crop of
this eiaple will bring as much mons
ey as the smaller one of last year
did. And he believes that in Lis sees
tion twice as muoh corn has been
made as was gathered in '93, floods
not having damaged it as they did
then. ' Besides, there is a fine crop
of pea& and a good one of potatoes.
Mence, it is confidently believed
that the crops of this year are woith
decidedly more than . those of lest
year. Let us bt willing to credit
"the Lord of the harve6t" wish all
that He has done for us, and to give
Him grateful and liberal return for
" - for,
exp'.cttd to be paid
year, through your boards of fitew
arda, assessed.)!- them. In' soma
cases the assessments made tra
smaller than thoy . were last year,
while" the expense of supporting
themselves and families is nearly or
qaite as much as it has been for a
number of years past. And their
ost' expensive necessaries are
the products of your, farms, such
a3 corn, fodder, meat,' lard, etc.
Can you say that your pastors hare
not done hard, earnest and faithful
work? Remember that it is much
easier for a Church of a hundred or
more members to pay off her defici
ency than it is for the pastor to lose
it, And is it not more in harmony
with the claims of justice?
4 The cause of missions, the sup
erannuated preachers and other ob
ject of benevolence for which .you
ere asked to contribute need all that
has been assessed for them. These
causes will suffer if there is any
material falling off in our contribu
tions to them.
Now, let us make some advance
alone all financial liner. If the mem
bers of any Church or Circuit feel
that they cannot pay all that is a8K
ed cf them for these objects or their
pastor, let them resolve to at least
do better than they did last year
Let them do for others as God has
done for them. Let every one do
something, and let all try to do
more than they have done in the
I confidently appeal to you to
"honor the Lord with your sub
stance," and thus to bring His rich
blesaing upon you in the future. .
With best wishes for you as my
co-laborers in the Lord's vinyard,
I remain, Frsi ternally yours,
Jno- Ii. Bbooes,
P. E. Charlotte District .
Monroe, N- C, Nov. 7, 1894.
It Wny Do as 31 neb for Yon. .
Mr, Fred Miller of Irving, 111,,
wites that he had a severe kidney
trouble for many years, with severe
pains in his back and also that his
bladder was affected. He tried
many so-called Kidney enres but
without any good results. About a
j ear ago he began use of Electric
Bitters and found relief at once.
Electric Bitters is especially adopted
to cure all Kidney and Liver troubles
and often gives almost instant re
lief. One trial will prove our
statement. Price only 50c for large
bottle at Fetzer'a Drug store.
A coTd wave is coming ana if yon
want to keep warm, buy your coal
of Brown & Kimmons ; they have
the best in the market. Leave your
oruers at Kimmon3 store and they
will be filled promptly. We also
keep shop coal on hand constantly,
feb3dw Bkowx & Kimmons.
, NOTICE TOWN TAXES.
The Town Taxes for 1894' are now
due, and placed m my hands for
All persons owing same are re
quested to call at my office and settle
at ones, and save cost. Office in
Town Hall oppsite Court house.
Oct. 18. 189 1. J. L. Bogee,
Town Tax Collector
Bncklen'H Arnica naive.
The Best Salve in the world foi
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheam, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Bands, Chibiains, Corns and all
Hkin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It ie
guaranteed to give satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents pei
box. For sale at P. B Fetzer 8 Drug
Annual Meeting Synod of Catawba
colored. Wilmington, N. C. Tickets
on sale to Greensboro November 6tb
aud 7th. Limit November 14th '94.
Fare for round trip to Goldsboro
$8.20 to Greensboro $3.65.
TEE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
Who Travel ;aa Seea by Onr
Mr, Gub Hartsell, of Mt. Pleas
ant, was in the city.
Mr. J W Carnon left for New
York this morning. .
Mr. H B C Witz', of Chanel
Hill, was here today.
Jas. A Deaton, who has been in
Concord for several months witb
home folks, left Wednesday sight
Southward. . ;
Mrs. E M Andrews, ' who hat
been spending several days in the
city at Mr. W E Odell's, returned to
Mr. and Mra. W R O Jell and
Master Arthur Odell will leave "to.
night for New Yrk and other
Goncoid Naiissal . Bank,
UONOOED, N. C. "
J. M. Odell,
D. B. Coltrane.
- - $50,000
o. F. Ct nncn
.T. W. Oi nnon
r Offers his , professional ser
vices to the people of Concwrd
and vicinity, office and room
in St. Cloud hotel. Calls left
with Hotel Clerk promptly
attended day or night.
Nov. 8th, '94." lmo.
THE ARM LOCK
Adjusted -at both' ends.
The most comfortable Bed
Spring yet known to the
world. It will not get one
sided it stands perfectly
square and will not be
THE ARM LQCF" "1
BED Si rCiNG
- is in many of the best
homes in cown and county.
Mr. John P. Allison and
Dr. L. M. Archey say it
is complete and they
would not do without
For further particulars call
on me or address-
J. .Wallace Cook.
Concord, N. C.
: Corrected by Cannons & Fetzer.Q
Good middling. .......5 50
Middlings 5 35
Low middling 5 12
Stains M to 5
Corrected bv C. W Swink.
Sugar-cured nams 11 to. 14
Bulk meats, sides 8 to 9
Butter 15 to 20
Chicketd 10 to 20
Lard 10 toll
Flour (North Carolina .....1.75
Tallow - 3to4
SALE OF VALUABLE TOWN
Bv virtue of authoritv vested in
us by au assignment made by J S
Fisher and wife, on the 29th day o)
Januarv. 1887. and which is duly re
corded in the Register's office for
Cabarrus county, in book 1, and
Dasre 359. we will sell at the court
house door in Concord,- at public
auction, to the highest bidder ioi
cash, on Monday, November the
5th, 1894, the following property:
First, the. Southern nail oi tnc
house and lot krown as the J S
Fisher house and lot. amoinin
James C Gibson and others, it being
theremainder of the lot after the
homestead is deducted from it
second, the reversion or remainder
is the part of tne lot which nap
heretofore been laid oft to said
Fisher as a homestead, October 2,
P. B. Flizeb Assignees.
. A Flourishing School for Young
W- I C mm ci ir.l 3 in il i I oei
REV. C. L. T.I:FISHER,4..:;M
I have located in Concord for the
practice of medicine . and surgery,
and respectfully ask the public for a
share of their patronage I may be
found at my office at any hour of
the day or night when not out pro
fessionally, and will gladly respond
to all calls promptly.
Office under that of Montgomerj
& CrowelK Respectfully,
tf J. E. Smoot, M.D.
BRIDAL PRESE TS
of any kind, a Watch,
Chain, Charm, a Dia
mond Pin, or "a Ring
to put a Secret in, call
A. J. and J. F. Y
Jewelers, Concord, N. C.
' Messrs Clarence Heilig and 31
L Bqchanan, of Mt. Pleasant, spent
the day in Concord,
l -Miss Ethel Burnay, of Cumber
land county, is in the city visiting
We are supplied with a stock
of Bagging and Ties. We
have Be 3 gin g Cloth, New
Priced Ties and secondhano
Bagging and Ties. We bought
our stock when the price was
low, and can sell yoc cheapet
than we could last year. We
made a price last year never
before heard of in the history
of the business.
Write us for prices, or call
to sea us when you are readj
If you will send us youi or
ders we prjixia best atten
tion, at the leweuc market
prices. Yours truly,
G, W. PATTERSON,
A YOUNG WAR PREVENTED!
A crowd of eager people were
sargmg into !mithdeal &
Morrio' Hardware to see their
fall stocK of guns. Each
man proceeded to arm him
self with a deadly weapon,
bat &a the guns were un
loaded several accidents were
In the house of this firm your
life is caiefnlly guarded, (no
loaded guna unchained) and
in the purchase of their
goods, your money gcea fur
ther than in any other Hard -ware
store in the Slate. If
you don't believe it, come
and see our stock of
PAINTS, OILS, "
MINERS SUPPLIES :
is complete, and must and
: will ;be sold at tde lowest
possible figure. We alio have
a car load ot Baggie and a
stock of GUNS at low Tariff
Prices, . -
CALL AND BE CONVINCED,
DOWN WENT M GIKTY !
DOWN WENT THE
Cur prices will make you
the low price of cotton.
BO LTOHT TO SELL
Don't fail to call and see our
goods and hear our prices.
& Yours anxious to please,
CANNON S . FETZER & .BELL.
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK IN THE STATE
No house in North Carolina can possibly make lowefWs
on Shelf Goods, Agricultural Implements of the latest makes,
Buggies, Wagons, Hacks, Mowers. Guanos and Acids.
Try their Prices and Quality They've got the Stuff
MT. PLEASANT, N. C.
COM ME R C lXL
THE LOWE CO
c oisrcoBD nsr. c.
Nothing but piices below
competitors wiU keep our
house filled to overflowing
with eager buyers, like it has
been for three weeks. This is
very encouraging to us and we
are going to offer some of. the
grandest values ever shown in
this market for the next two
bought at a discount of 33 per
cent will be thrown on this
market at the same cut price.
- $15.00 SUITS FOR $10.00.
$12.00 " $8.00
$ 8.00 & 9 " $6.00. .
You can't afford to miss it if you waqt to buy.
OF FURMTURE I
We have bought more largely than ever
before, and we have
Superior advantage to young
men; Instructions thorough and
practical; Good brick buildings.
Beautiful and healthful loca
on; No malaria; Good board
Expenses per session of 33
weeks, $103 to $145, For cat
logue, address, O
J, D. SHIREY, A. M., Pres