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Charlotte, N. C
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rrfceuvillo. S.C. If you
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L M. Morrison,
THE WORK BEGINS.
The Keen nine is to be Koene or Lire
Heron f or.
The Keed Mice where lo's of
large pirce3 of gold have been found
and particularly the 23 pound piece
is to be largely operated as soon aa
the machinery can be placed.
Dr. J D Lisle, of Springfield.
Ohio, is here in charge of the work.
Considerable machinery is now
at th? depot awaiting an opportune
time for its remoal to thA TW1
Dr. Lis'e 13 a ycry nleasarjt and
iitelligent gentleman and the
I Standard wishes him a peatauc and
p roll table stay among us.
Willi tow loJet i;a-It .0 Work.
D:.id Murr.iy and Lizio Mc
Clure were married today at noon in
tbe court-house by G A Barbce, Esi,
Ihey were in a hurry, 13 they went
and got the license and wished to
I kjet married in time to get back to
j work in the factory befere the dinner
ItcbelH DrAuteil and Loaders Killed.
Hauvana, March 21. The Gov
ernor of Santiago Province reports
that on March IS, General Carrich
started from Baire with 200 men.
The troops overtook the rebels and
Killed five of them in a short, brisk
fight. Among the dead were the
rebel leaders, Manual and Bacheco,
and the aide de camp Estrada. All
the arms and ammunition of the
rebels were captured.
Tobacco t'netory Operatives Strike
.Richmond, Va., March 11, A
few days ago the J Wright Tobacco
Co,, was , re-organized, the Boston
stockholders with certain Richmond
interests. Toting the president,!, J
Wright, out of office. The force of
the factory sided with $fr. Wright
ajjd today quit work, thii .paueipg 4
suspension of operationa, ' The em
ployes say their action is hot aatnki
but a protest.
The Discovery Bated-II.sj Llf.
vMr. G CaillouetU, ,Druggiat
Beaversville, III., says: ; "To Dri
King's iNew Discovery I owe my life!
Was taken with La Grippe and trieq
all the physicians for miles aboutj
but of no. avail and was given up and
told I could not live. Having Dr
King's New Discovery in my store I
sent for a bottle and began' to its use
and from the first dose began to get
better, and after using three bottles
was up and about again. It is
worth i's weight in gold. We won't
keen store or bouse without it." Get
a free trial at Fetzer's drug store.
Yesterday a gentleman from a
neighboring county came, to Stateai
ville in search of hii nUoa. The
niece, an orphan, whose home was at
Chester, S. C, had been missing for
two years. She had a brother iri
Florida and thia brother and the
uncle had been trying in vain to
find her during the two years. By
some means the uncle learned that
the girl was in Statesville and yes
terday he came here and teld hi
story to the police. With the as
sistance of Chief Cathey the rvoman
was soon located, oat she was located
In a hoase of ill-fame. The uncle
was much affected and shed tears
when he found her. ' He asked her
to go home with him and she agreed
to Statesviile Landmark.
mi r,.,.. nnrTz can be cured wltft
Sr. Miles" iNEBVE PLASTER. Only 25.'.
CONCORD, N. C, FRIDAY, MARCH 22.
Mr. w F Fisher Thrown From a
Horse and !U Shoulder Dislocated.
ii r. vv r iM2ner, who is building
a store house near the depot, started
up town about 1( o'clock to attend a
little busmen. He wa riding a
mare belonging to -A! r. Bradshaw
Castor, and when in the front of
Black welder & ClinVs store, a color
ed woman, s id to be crazy, hissed
her dog onto some children who were
teasing her. The children scream
ing and the dog barking caused the
animal, which is a spirited one, to
become frightened. The horse
could not be checked and went
thioughthe city at a breakneck speed.
Just before reaching the Three Mile
branch Mr. Fisher attempted to
I'-imp when the horse stumbled and
in doing so he fell to the ground,
disloening his Uft shoulder.
It was feared by every one on the
streets that Mr. Fisher would be
killed, but Providence, however,
took a hand, and such is not the
Banyan an Explosive.
Adline Miller, a colored woman
of the city, met with a painful ex
penance .Wednesday night. She
bad heard much of the .linament
known as "Banyan," sold on the
streets by the medicine meu who are
here, She purchased a bottle of
the linament and was before the
fire applying said article to her
limbs, when very suddenly and
surprisingly the "Banyan" on her
leg c mght . fire causing a riht
The Kcrlptare Fulfilled.
.The morning after i the election
last fall, when heIearned how the
tide had set, a quotation from Scrip
ture, something like this, came into
Mr. Green Warren's mind: "Peri
lous times 4 hall come. -People shall
war worse and worse, deceiyrng and
being deceived." Now that the
Legislature has adjourned. Mr, War
ten realizes, that the Scripture has
been fulfilled. Tha candidates for
the Legislature waxed worse in dei
ceiving. the people , and . the people
waxed worse iri being deceived by
them. Statesviile Landmark.
A 1; ashler Commits Nnlclde.
Lawrence, Mass., March 20, E A
But!er, cashier of the Arlington Na
tional Bank and an alderman, com
mitted suicide by shooting this
morning. Mr. Butler was taken ill
a few weeks ao With grip and has
been suffering mentall. Mr. Butler
had been cashier of the Arlington
bank since its incorporation in 1890,
ana leaves; a widow and thr.ee , smaji
A Mow Coabcla
The Xjreenyiile Weekly says that
Judge Coble, is no doubt a good,
eDnficientious man, who 1a, trying to
do right, bat the lawyers of Pitt
court have gotten him into deep
water. Oa the eighth 'day of the
court only one little case had been
tried, one sent to the Supreme Court
and one got'en under wav.
SALE OF iREAL ESTATE.
By authority of a morterasre exe
cuted to me by Wasniugton and
Isabella Reed, on the 21 day of
JuIy1886, I will sell at the court
houee id Concord, to the highest
bidder, on the 18th day of April,
3893, a tract of land containing sev
entysfive (75) acres, adjoining the
lands of John McAuultv, John S
Turner aDd others, a part of the
Dilla Reed land.
This March 12, '95. Trustee.
FOREST HILL NOT "IN 11Y'
3ets no Pie From the Last iCisla.
lature and Other flutters in General.
To The Standard : We knew that
the Pop. party did not get many
votes from Forest Hill at the last
election, but we haye a few of the
"faithful," and we think they should
have just a little of the pie.
In the distribution of the magis
trates we haye usually been honored
by having one appointed from
among our own folks, but the Legis.
lature has adjourned and, although
remembering 1 ic black man, has left
us without a "Chief Justice."
Well, this is a strange kind of a
world anyway, and we will try and
have no need for a squire and let
the Pops run the machine for two
years and then we will get a show
because they won't "get there any
There are some things this legisla
ture has done which makes a lasting
impression on our people, You
know they increased taxes four cents
on the $100, and they also passed a
law making every on who keep3
boarders pay fifty cents on each Ud,
Tnen, too, you know they changed
the charter of the town so tthat one
or two vyards could elect the colored
man 10 office,
Weil, when he election comes in
May we will let the Pops know that
we. are "still in the ring."
The suggestion to call a convene
tion and nominate all the candidal a
for town officers is a good one. Let
us:have a united party and then we
will have an oyerwhelming victory,
A lot of us wonld like to fiee that
faithful man and.one legged soldier
es-Sher ffvMorri8on, elected mayor
of our town. .What say the people ?
Thin its for If pase wives t try.
Poninng vinegar over fresh fidh
to ma&e iu ecaies come ou easuy. j
Adding lemon jnica to the water
in which rice is boiled to keep the
Beating , the whites of t egga at an
open window. ifa the kitchen is hot
mm O- mm
rr Over Fifty Tears.
Mrs. Winslow's Sooth;ng;Syrupth&8
a. . i. : 1 : . of t
been used for over fifty;" years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect, success.
It soothes the child, oftens the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold oy
Druggists in every part of ;tbe
world. Twentyffive cents fa bottle.
Be sure and ask for "Mrs. 'Winslow's
Soothing Syrpp," and take no other
kind. mwf&w :
To The WMUtlugr Pwblle.
I wish to announce to the ladies
iof Concord' and surrounding com
munity that I am prepared to , do
any kind of work' in dress making
and cutting. I solicit a trial,
Mrs. J. L. Brown,
Church street, opposite Reformed
church. 5f21 1m.
Candidate For Mayor.
I hereby announce to the people
of Concord that I am a candidate
for the office of mayor jot Concord
at the election in May. .If. a Dem
ocratic nominating convention is
held, I amsubject to its action.
March, 21, 1895.
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A rich man to draw a check,
Apretty gir to draw attention,
A horse to draw a cart,
A plaster to draw a blister,
A dog fight to draw a crowd,
And our goods to draw b&rga'u
I), P. DAYVAULT.
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SCHOOLROOM T J
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rofm , w kv it. W rt Htai
fuarUrtor BU(kbordt, Dtikt and
$tt, Crtyons n.d Ersitrt, Mapi
mJ Oifi, Inks nnd hf,riiaHon.
' WhI fift tell o,j tn JrpemJ
0m. Kwrjtkinf fw ttU jau it
grnUU. We do hustnsst on
ti4 " mtuy-hmtk" plmn, and tut
do mort hu-itruit than mny otlcr
oum M Mr luu. Wt wl fcrj.
inltrettrd in tehool uori to
have ,our tataloue, so we cart
ttill more busmen. Catalogues free.
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