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Dailv Standard 1 ,0 '""PROFESSIONAL CARD.
I iw liallY uiaiiuui jout 0f u K n lucky prucn. Hun a
1 Kentucky audience lynched him,
j Soa-.e perplc never know when to be
jn j ami: i voou.
OFFICE IN CASTOR BUILDING
Teat is a handsome compliment
day (Sunday excepted) and deliver
ed by carriers-
RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION
' to Mr. Charles F Ritchie. He is a
young, promising, accurate business
man. As assignee he will maintain
hi? reputation for hustling.
Six months 2 M
Three mouths 1 00
Single copy 0,)
Term, for regular auvortisemente
made known on application.
Address all communications to
Concord. N. C.
The Standard congratulates Con
cord upon the treat in store Friday
night. Our good Methodist people
hive made it possible for U3 all to
i hear humoiist Ford Get your
! tickets ready.
It has been a long time since a D.
I), could not be found among our
active ministry in Concoid, Whilst
no institution has run our preachers
CONCORD, FEBRUARY, (i, s, down, conn r d them and yoked on
' the '!). D.v, ewry one of them is a
good preacher and "I). D " wouldn't
be a "fish out. of water" weie it
I have located in Concord for the
praciice 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 cf
the day or at my residence at night
when not out professionally, and
will gladly respond to all calls!
Office under that of Montgomery
& Cro.yell. Respectfully,
rf J. E. Smoot, M. D.
20C- PER YARD.
mvi r. i: i iiiM'iMsi:.
1 I IS WKLll'O JirSOW.
In ano-hrr column rne aii-,uu , ni ;tl of them
prints an article about a Si te F.re 0
Insure. rempanv, S,.ch has ! Piayudl ns who i hat tisberman is.
beU organized m the Stat-. It is a
?mirce for gratification.
The character, personal and tiuu
end, of the :i corporators is sue'-li'atthe.-i.
erpii- wins conlldr.ce
at th u-ry tta: t. T!nj ge;;r! m, n
i:i it .'Tp:-;:! a w eultll of " n;.'-
HAMMOND & CO.
Stock teiid Bond
130 & 132 iVral Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Tnat a daily bat-h is a necessity
for tiioic who aspire to beautiful
complexion?. It beats powder and
lint fcatli. is for those nearmg the
too of tile hill, "tether'' side of
which do .v n .
Stocks, Bonds and Grain bought a? d
sold, or arried on Margin .
P. S. Send for explanatory circus
lar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (I'Vee) dwly
Have You Rkad The
THIS MORNING ?
p-t-iii uz -"tside of trie Sle u htfo'e we can do it well
SHtf. ;.i Ott-.Ct'OU ( ill be i. vila
j j a Nr-h Crohn company-a.
The Times is the most exhnsivoly
circu ated and widely read news-
i):inr ltuhlisimil in Ponns viY:iJii:i. 1
1 ! IIP UlOLUOOiUll I jlUUlib 11111 III J VI
J hat u..- must respect our wo;k ; public measures is in the interest of
I lu'cgnty, lionotic goveriimeut and
prosperous industry, and it knows
' . . no party or ptji sonai aik ginnce in
I hat an open lire in vour living ; ireatintr public issues. Iu the
loom will s.;u ti dnctnr?a bill .
m .;oitri'Y aui:
Th.ii it is -ry bad form to wear a
t.a gown in tile liming room of a
broadest and best Htnso a family
aud general newspaper.
The Times aims to have the larg
est circulation by deserving it, and
claims that it is unsurpassed in ali
the efcBentiais of a gr Jat metropolis
tan newspaper. Soeoimen copies of
any edition will bo sent free to any
one sending their address.
Terms -Dailv. S3. 00 per annum:
' 31.00 frr fmir mfmtlis .'O cpnts ncr
ate since March -l, 16', appeared at ; . rorr ct for ,A a,v (o I mouth; Sunday edition, twenty-four
ouuu .acu " , t .ke a genth man's arm at night.
wer- presented by Senator Power. r f
The new Senator then took the oith That Concord is the manuficlur-
Th- 1 ) -riwvra ic m .i -rity d one
1 1 1 t! Senate ihrapP ald at 1
r-aiurday, Lee Mantle, r ccntly vlict- . i
i i .i trt. t..-. n -i. r I'd'-- ' '"hiit dignity is alwavs a woman's
ed bj Jir lont:.na ;egiii.:.Ltie j
yacancy that has existed in the S en - ; ;ilft gmud.
That the Messrs OdeDs will put a
uew face ou things about Hickory.
ot office that he had hoped t j take , ing town of the State.
nearly two )ears ago, and at that
mnmpnt- thf i)r moorata eeasea to ue
in tne imgoruy in iue uppei uuua ( j
of the Dational legislature. The ad- That the S J Lowe assignment is
ent of Mr, Mantle caused the total ' not due to thif being a bad business
number of Senators to be raised : point, or that there is not enough
from 85 to 8n and of this number a ! assets to meet all his obligations.
majority is 44. The Democrats
haye 43 seats, or ju3t one-half of a
total number, and one short of an
actual majority. The Republicans
now have 3S votes, and the - Populist
strength remains at 5, including
Senators Jones and Stewart of Ne
yada, who were not elected to t:u
Senate as Populists, but who 1
since joined that party.
That no one knows yet who will
be mayor of Concord for '95 -'90.
That milldew can be taken out ot
an article by rubbing it well with a
mixture of soap and chalk and lay
ing it in the sun.
! That there is a possioility of Mr.
I Pleasant having a cotton mill inside
I of a year.
eb'K'iDtly illustrated. S'2.00 per an
num ; Daily and Sunday, S5.C0 per
annum; 50 cents per month. Week
ly edition, 50 cents a year, Address
all letters to
I.I I IM SAIS.
Congressman Breckinridge has
! That lace collars are no longer re
garded a3 luxuries, but economical.
nothing to lose but all to gain. Jf j y
he can whip another congressman,! fi hat Concord's population is more
he may get a pugilistic featler in j than 1200 more than in 1890, an
jils cari average annual increase of 300.
M A N U FACT U H E !iS OF
PLAIDS AND SHBETING3,of
BAIN AND SILT BAGS,
There are an unusually large mini- j 'J hat Concord has lots of good
b -r of n.en in thecruntry whose it preachers'.
c me? are exactly $99.
fViSlmister General Bissell is not
'iiiig to resign. He sticks barer
th:n f-orne of his stamps.
Tlsere is a molasses war in York,
i'a. 'J'he sweet stuff is down a' 1
v- ijiiart. rJ'he youngsters have
a . . ky pull now.
harlotte Obseryer says,
Stf. Tl 'o'a'' S j i t or rni:!ii" 3 our
i.irc;,tH j.v ,
Is tie truthful, startling title of a
book about No-To-iic, the harms
les miaranteed tobacco habit cured
that braces up nicolinized nerves
eliminates the nicotine poi?on
makes weak men gain strength.
viSor and manhood. You run no
physicial or liuanc al risk, as No-To-Rac
is sold by P. B. Fetzer . under a
guarantee to cure or money refunded
Book free. Addres Sterling Remedy
Lo , New York or Chicago. j3 1m.
; i i
to collect all feej due me and give
!;ja Gazette for relief.
. r t , receipt for sat:ie. Jiespectf ullv,
u:j not satiahed until lie get the 1 t p rrri) :' M
r- J. 1 . r ITZftEKA hi).
Four foot .vood Jalays .waule ! -best
prices for same. AW invito pn
inaotciion'ofa-lj'tho pood. we
Last Saturday we got in a
baigain in all wool Sample
Carpets, wliich we advertised
in The Saturday evening's
Standard at 20c per yard.
Mondav we were not able to
supply onelialf the demand.
v e ielegraplied for 200 yards
more, which. ve look for today
will continue to sell at 20c.
You can't al'ovd to wail for
cellar weathei, if vou need a
Carpet, you do not often have
the opportunity to buy a
Carpet at 33c on the
We understand parties say
ourBrnssels Carpets at 40c
per yard is second quantity
that good Brussles can't be
bought for less than $1 00 per
We have the samples which
are always cut Irom perfect
goods and as good quality as
can be had. The reason we
can sell them so cheap we1
bought them of an auction
goods house and not from the