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litres for the asking.
UNCORD, N. 0.
'I'hursdrvy evening uoeut 3:30 the
fire alarm was giv-cn in Charlotte.
It came from College aticet.
Fridav morning's Observer gave a
long, full and very oatisfaefcory ac
count, even giving a life like picture
of the buildings that were burnt.
It was the biggest fire Charlotte
has had since the big cotton fire of
1&75. Parties in Concord saw the
smoke rising from the big fire a
distance cf 21 miles.
The lire originated in the building
used for the wholesale department of
Brown & Weddington. And from
this it Fpread until about a dozen
buildings and contents were totally
cr partially destroyed. The large
wall of the building where the fire
originated,falliug, damaged the rear
ends of the buildings facing on
Trade street. It was with great dif
ficulty that these were saved,
The loss in buildings, cotton and
merchandise of all kind3 wi.l foot up
tc $75,000 over and above insurance.
The report got started . in Cono
cord that Holland hud taken
the train Tuesday evemsg and gone
North on the Southern. The re
port says he was eeen there with his
overcoat on his arm and a young
man pointing him out to a Concord
lady remarked "there's the filow
that has caused all this trouble."
The man was mistaken or he was
jesting in h;s remark to the young
This very question "how did he
go and when," eeem3 to disturb the
curious people in Charlotte more
than hi3 whereabouts now.
There is always a large crowd at
the depot and had Holland been
there his every move would have
been noted. Up to the present t:.me
not a single clue to the manner of
his departure or any of its circum
stances 13 had.
It is believed by many that he is
nor wanted, cr eke he would not
have been encouraged to skip and
then given a whole dav.
Marriage Thursday Jiifls.
TheBapust church wascrowded to
l Outmost Thursday night to witness
the marriage ofMr.M W Swearingen
toMis3 Sallie IXnton. Owing to the
indisposition of Kev. J 0 Alderman,
the pastor, Key. M A Smith, of
Forest Hill Methodist church, offi.
ciatcd. There ere no attendants.
Mrs. C E Craven phiyt'd the wedding
The Standard feels compelled to
say that the conduct of some of the
young folks in the church was very
unbecoming to ladies and gentlemen.
Preceding the bride and groom as
they were going out of the church)
there was a regular stampede for the
door and outside.
For Over Fifty Years.
Mrs. Winslow'z SootTrrg Sjrup has
been used for ever 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 by
Druggists in every part of the
world. Twehty.five cents a bottle
Be sure and ask for -Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrnp," and take w other
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ONCOHD, N. U. FRIDAY, APRIL 2C. 1S05
Vi II AT WILL BE DOE
Ik Anything Hem:;- ro:;o for ,.,110.
rial Day 3fHy 10? I.ofn !? At Work.
I-is time come etepi were taken
towards memorial day.
it is only two weeks beuce and as
jet we have heard of no programme
Why not a mars meeting of the
1 a d i e s a r d children be c a 1 1 ed a n d
prepare. kms for iha decorations of
thed'ad soldiers graves b? mad
The name of Mr. ft P K
w.ao ras once of the junior reserve.?,
has btn suggested as speaker for
the cecal-. tou, and no doub if a pro
gramma be arranged, ha will gladly
and willingly aid (he ladies by de
livering the address
Let 8cmething be done.
. . . . .
Kimm K '! Them Out.
Thursday afterncon about 5
o'clock Mr. J W Cannon, with a
small stick, waltzed in:o a gang cf
worthies?, indolrnt negro boys who
had congreg- red in the front of the
St. C'oud Hctel, and mnde a general
ecatteration. These negroes have
been earned by the hotel propri-ters
&na by the city authorities both no:
to sit around on the front of the
hotel building,, but they heeded not
their warning and as a result seyeral
of them are wearing stripe3 on their
faces and elsewhere. It is a great
pity that our city has not the proper
vagrant law, that these young indo
lent boys might learn that it is not
healthy to be idle and hang around
on the street as they do.
One of these boy?, Rob Christian,
struck at Mr. Cannon, but his lick
did not amount to anything, Rob
says "Mr. Cannon will haye another
opportunity to hit him."
Tomato plants five of the finest
varieties, 15c per dozen.
2ts W. G. Boshamer.
All Oltl Thins Thai i Plane.
Mr. A 15 Correll shoved us a bead
plane, about 8 inches long, 1 inch
thick and 1 inches vide that has
been in constant use for moie than a
century, having been used by his
great grandfather, Boyd. This is a
very plane tool and has been used by
his own father for 30 years. On
one sidvj of it is carved "1790."
Mr. M Dove running Mr, Noah
Correll and Mr. V N Mitchell oft' the
stage on the subject cf old hammer?,
Mr. Correli's son, Gus, takes it up
and springs a plane on Mr. Dove.
This plane hasn't ihe right of way
until we learn the date of ML Pleas
ant's beginning, thereby establishing
the age of Mr. Dove's hammer.
From a letter written by Ice v. J
Gunderman, of Dimondale, Micb.,
we are permitted the make this ex
tract : "I have no hesitation in
recommending Dr. King's New Dis
coyery, as the results were almost
marvelous in the case of my wife.
While I was pastor of the Baptist
Church at Rives Janction she was
brought down with Pneumonia suc
ceeding La Grippe. Teirible parox
ysms of coughing would last hours
with little interruption and ik seemed
as if she could not survive them.
A friend recommended Dr. King's
New Discovery; it was quick in its
work and highly satisfactory in re
sults." Trial bottles free at Fetzers
Drugstore. Regular sizs 50c, andl
fhilW -f ' ? OOP If
S fr" yjM i ww. ip wrowiifciii.iTiii:;iiiui;i. ifcj .3 1 I f
mm$$ iT T.!P,
teMte n nil
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StST W.Du ke Sons & CarZTTrrfiS
-J DURHAW.W.C, U.S.A. Yit
Yr:r a,icntion is caliedto tne
ad v'M'i if-c men t anew by Cannons,
Fetzr & Bell. They carry a coni
plet? line of furniture a d as nic: as
anywhere in the S'a'e. That they
S lip lare lots of furniture m eveiy
d rection, is evidence of their prices
hei;! rich -. Read the a L
virtu re of levies and the cer
tificate of J L Boger, 'I ax Collector
for the town of Concord, and pur
suant to the proris'io'is of the
Machinery Acts of the General As
eembly of North Carolina, I will on
the 1st Monday of May 1895, ssll
at the Court House door in Concord
the following town lots on which the
taxes levied by the commissioners
tor said town for the year 189-4 re
main unpiid, to wit :
Isette & Smith, 1 town lot
on Main street
Pondex ter, P F, 1 town
lot on Mill street, ad
joining. Y Thompson,
Willeforl, J A, 1 town
lot East Depot street,
Branick, Mag, 1 town lot
East Depot street, ( El
len Bjst propertv),
Dry, W F, 151 acres land
Groner, Mary E, 1 town
lot (old store room;, .
Alexander, Sarah, 1 town
Alexander, Hiram, 1
town lot Loye Town
Freeman, Allen, 1 town
S H 10
Gil more, bandy, 1 town
lot Broad street,
Gibson, Mag, 1 town lot
Harris, Henry, 1 town
lot Broad street,
Holbrooks, Adam, 1 town
lot Broad street,
Ichord, Eliza, 1 town
McCarter, Andrew J, 1
town lot Broad street,
McRea, John W, 1 lot
Broad street (b-dmce),
Pharr, Martin, 1 town
lot 13 road street,
Spencer, Ellen, 1 town
lot Broad street,
Miller, Rondolph, 1 town
lot Broid street,
Blair, Z, 1 town lot
TO THE SHERIEF OF
The above is a true list of de
liquent property of the town of Con
cord, presented as in accordance
with law for you to adiertise under
execution for sale for taxes.
"J J. L. Bgger,
Tax jCo! lector.
L. M. Morrison, Ei Sheriff of Ca-
April 10th, 1895.
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' I am brck nt my
corner prepared to wvloo ev
illy old friends and to nuikr
new ones. 1 keep a nil in'uV
TCP, A CCO.
always at the lowest prices
consistent with honest busi
ness. Will meet cuts at all
times. I can buy ns cheop a?
anybody and will sell as dose.
Haying a 'stock suit: 1 to the
farmers' wants, can use your
produce. Will exchange
goods for all kinds of country
produce at cash price?. Call
to sec me.
JOHN P. ALLISON.
Ha mm on i & -:.
Stock and, Sc: ct
130 & 132Pfarl Se-t,
NEW YORK CITY, IT. i
S-ocks, Bonds and Grain bottrht a'
sold, or carried on Margiru ... ,
P. S. Send for explanatory cirr
lar on speculation, also wee kly mar
ket letter. (Free) dwH
.Tlausfoii House I.auutiry.
I am tie Concord rcpesentfitiri:
of the Mansion"Houso Ste irn Laun
dry, Gi-eeuviPo. S.O. If you
think cf wear --'.j e ";r-"-. fJof-nT'
colloifc?, cuffa and s . .;!; e see
mo and find out cost
You will bo paid f-r ait r.rtic!c-i
torn or ozt You caz ! vo yor.r
bundles at the. T- ridiuiu
whether I am prcsant or urr
receive prompt attention.
J eeml basket oil' Taersur j
returns Saturday mormn.
Co mo around and scoV:T.
I have located in Concord for fbe
practice of medicine and surgery,
and respectfully a3k the public for .t
share of their patronage I may V.
found at my office at any hour -. :'
the day or at my residence at nl:-
when not out professionally, ;-:
will gladly rejpondto all r v ; : ?,
Ofiice under that of Montrcmer?
; Croell. Respectfully,
ff J. E. Smoot, M. 1.
llncklcu ti Arnica Naive,
The Be3t Salve in tie worli for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter,Chappc:d
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cuT-es
Piles or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give satisfaction, vnr
money refunded. Price 25 Cvnts p?r
box. For sale at P. B. Fetzer'e Drsp: