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, :, ..!) Mouse Laundry.
- Cod cord repesentative
" i i.-iiou.iioiibO team Laun-
V..,;" , ir: -,;vil:c S.C. If you
mm;1: r ; : : t niesb" ( I one-up
ik';. -ntl ?:.irts, ecrr.e sre
1 jiiiti out cost.
Y' j will he paid for all crtieles
! -.-r:. , -v You can leave your
. aU..-.: al t ho Furniture Store,
, hctl.tr I -;m prcsaut or not, It will
:, t.ro:..pt attention.
Ik ,1 baket off Tuesday and it
:ct'.:r::. Saturday morning.
U-:v; around and see' use
: ii:-! :!: 1 J. N.Uell
s lie Ia( 'lanjrc.
J D Ptnoon, of the Bed Tele
juone 1 o?:ipany, is iu the city ar
ransrm 2: lu matoriai for the tx
cbme tj h? put up, Everything is
iu reiaiH-ss and jtia a3 soou as the
r arrive the linemen will bejrin.
ucon avs the central cCice
will ia the St. Cloud hotel buiid-
I :uulfJ:f i For.Jfnj-or.
1 hereby announce to the people
0 ii( onl that I am a candidate
for the office of mayor of Concord,
;u the (lection in May. If a Dem
ocratic nominating convention is
h"-!', 1 am subject to its action.
March, 21, 1895.
J:ritonjentOvora Threat to Kesene
J-kon, Ky., March 25 There is
ch cTci'ement here over a plot to
Tom Smith, convicted with
Mr;. ' "!!Gn for the murder of Dr. J
Htad-r. Four men guard the jail
constaa'ly. The guards nave a sup
Ij ot dynamite, and will blow up
the ;ail and Smith with it if a res
kase is attempted. Bid Smith, the
GariJtf'j brother, has threatened
tae hf,. of the four attorneys who
appear ; ' &ga;r,st Smith, saying they
'd only four days to live.
A Household Treasure.
W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N.
i-)a7jthut he always keeps Dr,
king's New Discovery in the house
his family has always found the
vy b:d resuts follow its use; th?t
nnh not be without it, if pro
curable: G A Dykeman Druggist,
tskil!, , y., says that Dr. King's
Discovery is undoubtedly the
.t Co-gh rcmetlv; that he'has used
p ia oh family for eight years, and
it has uer failed to do all that is
- -1 for it. Why not try a
-medyso long tried and tested.
titles free at Fetzer' drug
re Ijlar size 50c. and 1.00.
j- -it 7 '
Ir.lK'enuck can le cured vrUS
UVE PLASTER. Only 25c.
ABOUT '-SNAKE 01 h SOAP," I
A aitfl Unman A rrcstoI Tlic
31 un How rip f i? f i Vonvt.
Monday a man and woman struck
town, put up at the Morris Hotel,
and, after partaking of a hearty
breakfast, began to do the town.
They peddled about town, selling
a soap, one cake for one dollar, with
promises to each purchaser of shoes,
cloaks, hat?, clothing, etc., the
money to be paid spot cash and the
promised goods to be delivered next
week. These presents were only a
git t, the man paid, (to his patrons)
a3 he ws agent for a company.
The man and woman had numer
ous customers, principally among
the colored people, many of whom
expected to receive just what they
had been promised.
Chief Boger got on to the way the
people were being "donev by this
couple, and arrested, them for ped
dling without license.
They were tided this (Tuesday)
morning before 'Squire W J Hill,
the woau was liberated and the
man sent to pd! in default of 100
Their soap was labeled "J'i. Kit's
California Japanese Snake Oil Soap,"
ar.d the ingredients were purchased
in this city from a groceryrnan we1!
known to the public.
This same couple were in jail at
A-hcboro, and were acquitted' last
week for the same effense in that
section, so they say.
In Memory of Mrs. Stalllns.
Mrs. Annie Dry Stallings, dausht
er of Rufus A. and Mrs. Jane Dry,
and wife of Mathew T. Staliings.
vras Lorn January -1th, 1875, and
died Sunday March 17th, 1895, at
their home near Harrisburfr, age
20 years, 2 months and 13 days. She
was reared in the Eastern part of
this county. Her parents were
Metoodists, but there was no church
of that denomination near them and
Mrs. Stalling?, while not a member,
was an active worker in Mt. Olive
Lutheran church, and was Secretary
of the Woman's Home and Foreign
Missionary Society. She was mar-,
riod in the autumn of 1S93 and made
a very happy Lome for her husband
during the brief months of their
married life. She had been in
rather poor health for some months
and recenty grew rapidly worse, and
under the care of skillful phvsicane,
affectionate and unremitting atten
tions of husband and friends, with
full consciousness of her situation
and approaching end, she expressed
her confident hope in God, and
gave assurance of her trust in hei
Savior and tliat she should soon bo
at rest, ana Zsweetly fell asleep in
Jesus. Her only regret was that
she could not live for her husband
and her dear baby girl, who was
christened Annie Maud Thomas.
She is a sweet promising child three
and one half months old. She was
laid to rest at Rocky River, the
funeral services "being conducted
by the writer assisted by Rev. Mr.
Lancaster. May the consolations
of grace be vouchedsafe to the
bereove ones who are left, and
may Ar nie's going place another
"hVht in the window" of heaven for
them. Thos. W. Smith.
To The WHUting Public
I wish to announce to the ladies
0f Cor rd 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. Brown,
, raifo Reformed
Churcn street, uyyv-
CONCORD, N. C., TUESDAY,
REMEDY FOR THE SITTTATIQ M
It Means ;i2 l-2c Cotton Plenty of
lloij nnJ lominy Prosperity All'
A correspondent of the Raleigh
News and Observer offers the fol
Experience has taught us hat a
crop of ten millions of bale: of eoS
ton means. Credit broken down,
the trade of the South broken down,
the farmer and laborer bankrupted,
aud the present crop of children
growirifr up in ignorance. A ten
million bale crop of cotton means
five cents per pound, and that means
a loss of fifteen dollars on eyery
bale raised to tie man who. raised
it. That does not seem to be wise
on the part of the farmers.
Ten million bales at 20 per bale,
means two hundred million dollars
for the cron
low what does a five-.million-bale
crop means ?
It means 12 cents per pound, or
50 per bale.
Five million bales, at 50 per
bale, means two hundred and lifty
millions of dollars for the crop, or
fifty millions more money for a Gve
million crop than a ten million crop
besides half the land lying out lest
ing, and all the tools teams, feed
and labor of producing the other
five million bales thrown away, a
Io33 to the workirjgmcu of the South,
To sum it all up, it m wans for the
farmers of the South to plant only
half the ocre3 in cotton that were
formerly planted &rd more acres in
corn and peas and oats and 7heat.
The raiding of such large crops of
coi-cn has demoralized and bank
rupted the laborers of the country,
for the reason that for four years
past cotton ha3 brought them in
debt, besMc3 losing their years'
A change from a whole crop to a
half crop is the only remedy, as sup
ply and demand regulate the price
of cotton, instead of political parties.
That change will necessarily give
the working people a plenty of home
products to sustain the home which
IJ would recommened as a cure for all
the evils we are now suffering.
S. M. Stoke,
Mr. Turner fiets $1,030.52.
The newspaper fralenity generally
will be glad to see Hon. Josiah Trr
ner get four thousand dollars out of
the State Treasury, and will be glad
that the committee found that the
State owed him a large amount.
Josiah Turner did an important
time in her crisis, for which he
never received any reward. He de
nounced and exposed many villians,
and though he afterwards denounced
good men, let us throw the mantle
of chariety over all except his
earlier and greater fights against
rascality. Raloigh Observer.
Mustard and Cress.
An Irishman's definition of wit
"Wit is the laya which comes from
the mouth of a lively 'crater,' "
An old miser blew out a candle
when he wss dying, saying : "1 can
see to die in the dark."
A city boy who wore a red blazer
down to the farm says it made a hit
at once. It hit the bull's eye the
A downtown stingy man has de
cided to spend no time with his
friends herrafter, having just heard
that time is money.
Clear weather tomorrow.
MARCH 20, 1895.
The Primaries for the nomination
of Ward aldermen and school com
missioners will be held Wednesday
night April 3 at 8:30 o'clock at the
following places :
Ward 1, Cannonville School house
Ward 2, Fore3t Hill (place made
Ward 3, Court House.
Ward 4, Town Hall.
Friday night at 8 o'clock, ''April
5th, there will be a mass meeting of
the Democrats of the several Wards
at the court house for the purpose
ai ratifying the Ward nominations
and for nominating a candidate for
W. R. Odell 1
R. F. Coble I
R. A Bpwx Uutive
M. L. Brow Coaimlttee.
F. L. FiiTii J
ISreK Ion's Arnica ?alve.
The Best Salve in tke world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter,Chappad
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 ctnts per
box. For mih at P. B, FeUer's Prug
North Carolina? q n
Cabarrus county feupEKI01 Cot.
Elam King, Administrator of
Simon Linker, ptaintifT, vh.
Mathew Linker, Geo. Smith,
Administrator of W . U.SLinker,
J. P. Linker, M. R. Lmkor and
Ruf . Hatiey and wife, Mini ia
On readjng and filing the affidavit
of Elam King and it appearing to
the satisfaction of the Court that
Mathew Linker is a non-resident of
ho State of North Carolina and cam
not after due diligence bo found
within this State ; and it further ap
pearing that a cause of action exists
agaiu&t the raid defendants, and
that they are proper and necessary
parties to an action relating to real
oroperty in the State. Being an ap
plication to cojdemn funds in the
clerk's office which wrere realized
from sale of lands, for assets to p.iy
debts and charges upon estate of
Simon Linker and it is therefore or
dered, adjudged and decreed that
service of summons on said defend
ants be made by publication in the
Standard, a weekly newspaper pub
lished in the town of Concord,
County and State aforesaid, once a
week for six consecutive weeks, re
quiring t ie said defendants named
as aforesaid to be and appear at the
office of the Clerk of the Superior
Court for said County and State, on
or before the 13th day of May, 1895,
and plead, answer or demur to the
complaint of the plaintiff which will
be filed in this action within 10 days
from this date, or the plaintiff will
aoply to the Co,urtfor the relief de
manded in the complaint and for
costs of action.
Issued this, 25ch day of March, 1895
JAS. C. GIBSON,
Clerk Superior Court.
MF YOU BUYfl
1 11 0
For rcen, women or boys at prices ranging
from 15 to $80. We ship from factory srfrject
to approval and, are the only manufactur
ers acllingdirect toConpumsrs. We have
no Aireiitg. V e off er greater valnc in cur
Oxford Gladiator wheels at 3ftO to gftQ than
other manufacturers with prices from 9100
to $150. Every wheel fully warranted.
Pont pay local dealers a profit of Fifty
percent. Cut this out and write to-day for
our handsome catalogue. Address,
OXF0R3 fJFG. C0k,2
Bleyele Departceat H 110,
Let every gtfod Democrat come
out to the primaries on April 3, at' 8
o'clock p. m.
Whole In 0. "i , ; - -
I have located in Concord for .V
practice of medicine and zurzziy.
and respectfully ask the p'dic V.r
share of their patronage I mxj 1.
found at my office at any hour c-1
the day or at my residence at nl;;ht
when not out profession -illy, ar il
will gladly respond to all call
promptly. Office under that cf Mcntgortv-r?'
So Crowell. Respectfully,
ff J. E. Smoot, M. i
HAMMOND & CO.
1l j t u t.
130 & 132Peral Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Scocks, Bonds and Grain bought r?r, -i
sold, or carried on Margin.
P. S. Send for expVan 'Ur 7 circu
lar on speculation, r.!:o wo My ro.
ket letter. (Free) dwP .
T TIE ISIS'
I am back at my old pla ?
corner, prepared to welcome
my old friends and to makt
new ones. I keep a full line ot
- SHOES, HATSr
always at the' lowest prices
consistent with honest busi
ness. Will meet cuts at till
times. I can buy as cheap a?
anybody and will sell nsclosf
Haying a stock suited to th
farmers' wants, can use youi
produce. Will exchange'
goods for all kinds of country
produce at cash prices. Call
to see me.
JOHN P. ALLISON,
COTTON AIARKET. -
Corrected by Cannons & . tfzer.
Good middling 5 (55
Low middling r.i
Stains 4 75 r0 n
Corrected b,- (j y; Swilkt
Sugarcured nails lltol2!
Bulk meats, gto C
Chicks 0 to 25.
Corn , 15
Lard . S-twlI
Flour (Xorth Carolina ,,175