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The Daily Standard
BY JAMES 1 COOIi.
OFFICE IN CASTOK BUILDING
The Standard is published every
dt.y (F.ur.dr.y excepted) and deliver
ed by carriers-
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made known on application.
Address all'communications to
Concord. N. C.
CONCORD, JUNE 0,1895.
An exchange saya : In an address
before iht English Newspaper .So
oiety recently Mr. Balfour, in speaks
mr of civilization's dependence upon
advei tisin, said that general news
and comment and all the other ma
ohiii.ry of couimuijicating informal
tion to the public are really not of
move importance to the community
large, than the power ui commuiii
loaiion by ad'-crticement. The fact
that this power is being more widely
applied than ever befoie shows that
the community is responsive to its
exercise, and, therefore, appreciative
of its importance; and yet it is safe
to say that its future potentialities
Can ocuiCiy be ui tui-ucu Ox. at tilio
time even by the liveliest imagina
tion. Mr. Gresham was the fourth Sec
retary to die in office. The others
were Hugh S Ligare, of South Car
c j:u:; A'Vi P Upshur, of Virgins,
A Standing Cavalry Order Well
Known lo Trained IIrsea.
An old cavalryman says that a
home will neyer step on a man in
tentionally. It is a standing order
in the English cavalry that, should
a man become dismounted, he must
lie down and keep perfectly still.
If he does so the entire troop wiil
pass oyer him without his being in
jured. A horse notices where he is
going, and is on the lookout for a
firm foundation to put bis foot on.
It is an instinct with him, therefore,
to step over a prostrate man. The
injuries caused to human beings by
a runaway horse are nearly always
inflicted by the animal knocking
hem down, and not by his stepping
on them. Boston Herald.
(Jovenor Altgeld, of Illinois, who
has loomed up as the free silver
residential man from the west, is
not too severely criticised by tLe
prebs for his action in granting par
dens to base criminals that sentence
had been passed upon, and show him
up as being in sympathy with a class
of rioter3 and anarchists. The At
lanta Journal of June 6, puts it like
this : Possibly the object of the pro
posed national Democratic conven.
tion in August is to nominate Alt
p M f-. r presideui. . Her Most
would make an excellent running
mate for the Socialist governor. That
ticket would command the yote of
every thing and anarchist in the
United States and if it should be
::cted mobs would have a perennial
We publish elsewhere the dissent
ing opinion of Judge Clark, as furn
ished U3 Thursday morning by the
Charlotte Observer, which is of in
-teres t to every individual. By the
way, we remark that the Observer
always humps itself when there is
anything of importantance on hand,
which is duly appreciated by the
cliieu's Arnica a vc.
The Best Salve in tlie world for
ts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
uheum, ever Sores, Tetterd,Chappe
Kinds, 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 cents per
box. For sale.at P. B, Fetzer's Drug
Two Uvcs Waved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, 111., was told by her doccors
she had consumption and that there
was no hope for her, but two bottles
of Dr, King's New Discovery com
pletely cueed her and she says it
saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers,
139 Florida St. San Fransisco,
suffered from a dreadful cold, ap
proaching Consumption, tried with-
jout result everything else then
j bought o e bottle of Dr. King's
j New Discovery and in two weeks
was cured. He is naturally thank
ful. It is such results, of which
these are samples, that proye the
wonderful efficacy of this medicine
in coughs and colds. Free trial
bottles at Feizer's Drug store,
Regular size 50c. and $1.00.
A goud general insecticide, or
perhaps more eoirtody speaking, a
preventive or repellant lor the or
diuay insect which attacks cucum
ber and raellon vines, may be made
by de-solving two ounces of saltpetre,
four ounces of alum, and one pound
of common bai so;ip in six gallons
of water, and apply the solution
to the vines, with a common water
ing pot. The soap should be shayed
up and devolved in a gallon or more
of hot water over a lire, then when
cool add to the live gallons in which
the saltpetre and alum have been
desoled. There is nuthing poison
ous about this solution, and it is also
a fertilizer besides being offensive to
most species of insects. Try it.
New York Sun.
i-i HUIVi4 1 EOlVl
C. H. King, Water Valley, Miss., cured by
"For five years, I suffered untold misery
'rom muscular rheumatism. I tried every
known remedy, consulted the best physi
cians, visited Hot Springs, Ark., three times,
spending $1000 there, besides doctors' Mils;
tmt could obtain only temporary relief. My
llesh was wasted away so that I weighed
only ninety-three pounds; my left arm and
leg were drawn out of shape, the muscles
being twisted up in knots. I was unable to
dress myself, except with assistance, ard
could only hobble about by using a cane.
had no appetite, and was assured, by the
doctors, that 1 could not live. The pains, at
tiims, were so awful, that I could procure
relief only by means of hypodermic injec
tions of morphine. I had my limbs bandaged
in clay, in sulphur, in poultices; but these
gave only temporary relief. After trjing
everything, and sull'ering the most awtul
tortures, I began to take Ayer's Sarsaparilki.
.Inside of two months, I was able to walk
without a cane. In three months, my limbs
.began to strengthen, and in the course of a
year, 1 was cured. !Wy weight has increased
to lt;.r pounds, and I am now able to do my
full day's work as a railroad blacksmith."
The Only World's Fair Sarsaparilla.
-.1 1 JJJl'S J'lLJ.S t in v Hi mla he.
i. .1.... U "l HE BEST,
uii.iK N). i.u. uuu A BICYCLE
is because you have
not ridden one of the
perfectly adjusted, they almost run alone:
while their famous single-tube pneumatic
tires are marvels of elasticity and speed.
Come and see these
TUJT & IT1 I
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The handsomest Catalogue of the season.
Tells of a!l Columbia ; also of Hart fords, best
ot lower-priced machines. The book is free if
She is a Russian.
Mr, W F Elliott, who ha tLe
furnituae store on East Trade street,
ia greatly interested in the Blair
affair, because he has seen the wo
niau and knows her father quite
well. Mr. Elliott formerly lived m
Asheyille, Blair's wife's father came
there aud established a large
lumber and sash, door and blind
business. His name is Demmona.
He is a Russian, Mr. Elliott says,
lie knew Uemmons, but never met
his daughter, although he saw her
frequently. She kept books for her
father. Mr. Elliott describes her as
being a woman of medium height,
dark hair and eyes, about 2S years of
age, and witha) very pretty. He
knew nothing of her in Asheville
tha would have led one to suppose
that she was the kind of woman she
has since proved to be. The nihilis
tic blood wa3 there, however, as the
horrible atrocities which have come
to light prove. Charlotte Observer.
G.L PATTERSON", AGENT,
CONCORD, N. C,
For Over Fifty Years.
Mrs. Winslow's Sootrrng Syrup ha3
been used for over fifty years by
millions of 4mothers4for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the
gums, allays all pain, cure? wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
Druggiats in every part of the
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle
Be sure and ask for Mrs. Winslow's
Soohing Syrup," and take no other
The second series of stock
in the Concord P. 13. & L. As
sociation matured and was
paid off on May 24th, 71 2)
months from the time it was
The 14th series'of'scook will
be opened on Saturday, June
8th. Call on the Secretary and
Treasurer and subscribe.
Money loaned at G per cent,
straight no premium. The
only Building and Loan As
sociation lending money here
J. P. Allison, Pres.
H. I Woodjiouse,'
Sec. and Treas,
Mansion House .Laundry.
I am the Concord repesentative
of the MansionHouso Steam Laun
dry, of Greeuville. S.C. If you
think of wearing nicely donesup
collors, cuffn and shirts, come see
me and find out cost.
. You will! be paid ' for all articles
orn or lost. You can leave your l
1 Jt L 11. . XT' TL ri 7 t
uuuuies l me uurimure fttore,
whether 1 am presant or not, It will
receive prompt attention.
I send basket off Tuesday and it
returns Saturday morning.
Come around undlsee'me
mhl3 3m J. N.Bell.
THE RACKET STOR
Just Think of it-We
You Money on He
Side combs lh cents, course
Remnants of percal G U4c
per yard, just the thing for
shirt waist shirts.
Four pound feather pillows
The greatest bargains in la
dies umbrella ever ollered
the people of Concord.
Ladies gauze vests 5 cents.
Fast black seamless hobe Id
Silk mitts lf)c to 48c, gloye.-,
25c to' 48?, lisle gloves and
mitts 10c up.
Summer corsets 45c,
Big lot of oil window
Curtain ioles 222 cents.
Lace curtains 08c per pair.
Sox 5c to 45c per pair
ISew lot of fans ic up.
Washable Windsor ties 5
Wash ble 4 in hand ties 25
Black silk belts with buck
Kid hair curlers 5c.
Ladies shirt waiste buttons
sets 25 to G8 cents.
Silver b'alt buckles 25c up.
Percal shirts at 40c.
White shirts at 25c up,
Percal shirt waiste 50e.
Percal bonnets 25c,
Ladies muslin underwear
less than you can have it
57 inch bleached table linen
at 40c yd.
Five cent ink at 3 cents.
Three tin cups for b cents.
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D. J. BOSTIAN,PROP"R