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The Daily Standard
f5Y J.VHKS 1. COOK.
OFFICE IN CASTOR BUILDING
The Standard is published every
day (Sunday excepted) and delivers
ed by carriers.
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Six months 2 00
Three months 1 00
One month 35
Single copy.. 05
Termu for regular advertisements
marl . Known on application.
Address alllcommunications to
Concord, N. C.
JONOUuD, JANUARY, 2
The Standard, admires the pluck
uud ift of Deputy sheriff Hill,
'.hooting Rrowu vs necessary, and
0 has such ivjts been iu the past,
l-u let us hope it will never again
hye an3 part in the campaign.
i eighteen hundred and ninety
the has started out pretty well,
thank ye! It is winter, all along
Matrimonially, ttieie is a lull in
the iiro:ii b,ut could more suiub'e
v.eutiiLT be hud for matrimony ?
The newly turned leaves are be
Ti;---j.it eats up the posters, the
wistJj.-.sket gets the circulars, the
nurujua lugs off the handbills, but
fiiwgpapers with their vertices
ments uie saved and read by the
While a great many dread t h o in
come collector, there is no fear
A very recent summary of the
aident caused by earthquakes in
Italy during this month reveals the
fact th it more than twenty yillages
are in in ns. Five hundred persons
seriously wounded, forty thousand
homIs.cS and eighty-six have been
killed or have died from consequent
shock or illness.
n:i,i:;u vi'iiic iihii:i s.
Hamilton Fish, Jr., received the
Republican caucus nomination for
Speaker of the New York Assemblv
The result of the senatorial contest
in the Deleware Legislature is 'still
uncertain, with chances favoring
The Americans of Boston held a
meeting yesterday and sent a cable
gram to Mr. Gladstone thanking him
for his speech last Saturday.
The Vr Witt retail boot and shoe
merchant ot Lynchburg, Va., made
aa assignment yesterday. Liabilities
are about G,200j assets $5,000.
John Rayo, a well known tele
irapii operator, died at the Mercy
Hoipibl, Pitti3bar, Pa., yesterday
moiT::.g. He va taken to the
ho3?itui December 20 with a broken
l?gi previous to which time he had
been drinking heavily.
Ei-Alderman Chas. F Johnson,
who was shot in Attorney Malley'e
office a fcUalesburg, 111., last Wednea
day, by his wife, died Monday. To
the last he protested that he did her
no violence but she shot him because
of his allegation regarding her r s
htions wi h a wealthy Chicagoan.
Chas. Yeager, a printer, aged 35,
was found dead in a viaduct in For
est Paik, St. Louis, Monday night,
A letter on his body explained that
he had killed himself because type
setting machines had Onyen him to
want, lie leaves a wite arm tnrce
children. He was insured for $2,000.
A lot of phenacetine, seize! by
Custom Inspector Welsh on the
British steamer Laurestina, at Phila
delphia, Saturday, has been forfeited
and appraised. A fine equal to the
vajue of goods must be paid by the
owner.. It was discovered hidden
away in three large glass jars
Fire at Fort Tampa City. Fh a.
4 o'clock yesterday morning, des
stroyed 25 freight cars loaded with
phosphate, two exprtes cars, two
pissenger coaches, one mail car and
the entire car sheds of the South
Florida Ki'.jroad, operated by the
Plant system. The origin of the
fire is unknown.
One of the prettiest games of foot
ball tnat was ever pUyed in Charles
ton took place yesterday afternoon
between Charleston and Savannah.
In the first half neither side scored,
but in the second, Charleston made
four and Savannah nothing So it
rem lined throughout the game.
i;nr.B-:zY kit .
( libbs ''What constitutes a good
boy, in your opinion it"
Riblw "liealthv ancestors, as
much as anything Bo-on Courier.
''Talk i cheap," observed the man j
who believes in proverbs
"Humph !" replied the man who
doesn't. "That remark t hows that
you never mreu a lawyer or renieu at
, . .
telephone.' Washington oiar.
i i . t
uu,uulU1-- liCLl il"
Magazine E iilor "Ye3 very, bat
we can't publish it."
Contributor "Why not
Ma ghzine Ldi tor " by, anvboclv
,n'rt iu fif M.i,,r .Lnf -i.
can tell at the first leading v;hat t
means." Somerville Journal.
"This may be justice," said the
defendant, "but it strikes me as be
ing a prety lUhy verdict."
"That shows that it is justice,"re
torted the plaintiff. "One of the
most conspicuous features of justi;e
is her scales." Harper's Bazar.
Senator Lxow doesn't believe the
story about Comstock. The Sena
tor's house is in the country where
the green goods customers grow.
New York Journal.
Magistrate "Yeu say the prison
er struck you but once ?"
t Complaint "Yes, dr."
Magistrate (to prisoner) "Why
didn't strike him a second time?"
Prisoner "I didn'c have to, ver
Honor." Harlen Lif.
First Tramp. "Are you in favor
of the income tax ?"
Second Tramp. "You bet 1 am.
I go further'n that. I'm ia favor
of giyiu' every man an income to be
taxed." Detroit Free Press.
Nudity is .always shocking, es
pecially in the case of a live wira.
New Ycrk Tribune.
A lot of popcorn balls hung all
over a Christmas tree will create
more interest in a Sunday school
than twenty miracles possibly could.
If you vvisli to do a such
cessfnl business, advertise in
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 at my residence at night
when not out professionally, and
will gladly respond to ? all calls
Office under that of Montgomery
& Crotfell. Respectfully,
tf J. E. Smoot, M. D
tock and Bond
130 & 132 Peail Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Stocks, Bends and Grain houtrht an
f old, or carried on Margin.
P. S. Send for explanatory circu
Jar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. ( Flee ) dwly
Dr. "J. Ec CARTLAND
Makes a speoialty of filling
teeth without pain. Sixteen
yeais experience. Office over
Li)pards & Barrier's store
aftj'er Feb. S. lS'M.
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Pi! I L A.DELPHI A TlMES
TiilS MORNING ?
Tin: Times is the most extensively
circu atod and widel vT read news
paper published in Pennsylvania
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public measures is in the interest of
iu'e-rity, honest government and
prosperous industry, -and it knows
"ino oartv or personal allegiance in
irt-atifig public issuer- In the
broadest and best sense a family
and general newspaper.
The Tim;:? aims to have the larg-
s est cue ulatioii by deserving it, p.iid
i claims that it is unsurpassed iu uli
I tho essentials of a groat metropolis
tan newspaper. Specimen conies of
auy edition will be hont free to anv
one sending their address.
Terms Daily, 83,00 per aniium;
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month; Sunday edition, tweut3-four
largo, handsoma pages ICS columns
elegantly illustrated. $2.00 per an
num; Daily and Sunday, 85. 00 per
annum; 50 cents per month. Woek
ly edition, 50 cents a year, Address
all let t era to
Having been duly appointed and
qualified administrator of the estate
of Elizibeth 1
iott, deceased, all
claims against said
eby notified to pre
deceased are her
sent them to the undorsisrued for
payment on or before tho 23rd day
ot January, 1895 or this notice vill
be plead as a bar to their recovery.
Also all u Bisons owing said deceas
ed are notiiied that prompt payment
is expected. C. E. Darrixgek,
This, Daeember 22, 18'JI,
Having qualified as the Administrator
of Mary Edgerson, deceased, all persons
owing said estate are hereby notified that
they must make immediate payment, or
suit Avill he brought. And all persons
having -claims against said estate must
present them to the undersigned, duly
authenticated, on or before the 1st day
of July, 181)0, or this notice will he plead
in bar for their recovery.
C. P. ULINE, Administrator.
This, December 5, 1894.
Ey. VV. M. aMITII, Attorney
Having quilifisd as administrator o
Mrs. Ruann Stow3, deceased, ail person
owius said estate are hereby notified tha
they must make immediate payment, or
suit will be brought; and all persons hav
ing claims against said estate must pre
sent them to the undersigned duly au
thenticated on or before the 20th day
of .November, 1895, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery.
Nov. 20, 1994. ELAM KING,
ABOUT 1.0 0 0-
What do "they most seek? Happiness.
WHAT SHALL I ASK FOR?
K3 JL .
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IS THERE MUCH IN IT?
Warranted to lit auy 14 or 1G incli doll, so correctly
printed and outlined that any child can cut out and make
the dress, cloak, jacket or cap.
Dress, 10 cents; Ileefer Jacket and Tam O'Shanter cap
lor 10 cents; Ked Riding hood and cloak for 10 cents.
D. J. BOSTIANPROP'R
It Be Found?
A GUIMPE DRESS. A GRETCHEN DRESS-
RED RIDING HOOD CLOAK.
A REEFEK JACKET. A TAM O'SHANTER.
THE PRICE ?