North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
Voi- Xl.-No. 60.
J -.f i.
WnoiiE ISO. lr.?.;
... J;! U ti Ji
i ' -
liTr,'w.buv Sons &Co. vv-Jtfp
i nuBHM.N.C U.S.A. jjr
i J !
"Igh Grade Tcbasee
NEWS BY WIRE.
ws from All lart-.a About
Thi.a far the county democratic
.-.,i',r5 ill Mississippi hive de
sired tvr Senator A J McLaurin
'. r Goy.-rnor. The South Carolina
' ip.ren.t- - ' on Saturday' dis
t '.ration law test ca?e
1. is .legator Butler. The
. 'h C;-, jinn Telephone Company
h--.c bet a organized with L II Ctsrr,
'':rhaa), president. The capital
-.-ok is ' 8100,000. Mr. Hackney
Y i !' publish the Durham Recorder
fh.-; injunction suit against Ai
Fh;rbrotiier is decided by the courts.
A lare hat firm in St. Louis
.signed Saturday. The wagea of
t mi 1 1 oyc "i of the Pacific Rolling
?T .'- h:vc been increased 10 percent.
'i-'crrr Garter, a gallant Con.fed
TJit? soldier, died at Lexington, Va.,
"ii'rddy.-j-There was a water spout
Missouri that drowned many
people and did immen e damage to
!!: H .wti'i Disorderly
t has been a long time since
((.l-nnV n i? ? i oryA or tt" l-
u'icu before our Mayor, bnt
r :i;?ht Julia Blackwelder, a noted
h;.;g, -a ill be arraigned before
his honor, - Mayor Morrison. She
rvas arrested Sunday night at the
depot. In attempting to escape
from the clutches of Policeman
Boger, the damsel butted her head
against an iron lamp post, which
effected as nice a scalp as a big
"Ingin" could have done. The
blow suddenly sobered her. In the
meanwhile Julia rests in jail.
Sunday afternoon at the home of
Rev. J R Moose, pastor of Bays
chapel, Cannonville, united in mar
riage Mr. Wade H Furr, of Dan
ville, V a. , a former resident of this
place, and Miss Katie Rowe, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Rowe,
of this place. The happy couple
will spend a week in the city and
will then leave for Danville, their
On June 27, license was issued to
Mr. Noah Blackwelder, of No. 4
township, and Misa Mary E Brown,
and on Tuesday, July 2, Key. V R
Stickley, the groom's pastor, quietly
performed the ceremosy that made
the two one. The groom is the
father of Mr. John A Blackwelder
eo popularly known in this city,
The ages of the couple are respect
ively 70 and 48 yean.
S II EM WELL ON THE H.;;ANi;
Witnesses tor rereiir in r.
MiemvrMt Trial are ffinK
leitco Fvilenoe Will A!l b
lit 2 '
Special to The Stamiaid.
Lexingtox, July 8. The State
this morning introduced three more
witnesses m the great Shemwell
trial and rested its case at 11 o'clock,
when the defense put upon the stand
Mr, W D Smith, the first witness
for Shemwell. Shemwell took the
stand this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
and is now testifying. The evidence
in this celebrated case will perhaps
all be in by tomorrow night, when
the State, through B F Long, will
make the first speech. It is said
that Judge Montgomery will make
the last speech, and it will be the
effort of his life. It is also ?aid
that Judge Armfield,for the defense,
will surpass his reputation as an
advocate, upon this occasion.
21 nm Zlf finned.
- Several nightg ago John K Pat
t ergon & Co. closed their doors hur
riedly and skipped out for home,
leaving dangling in the sir m im
pended to a long wire, a canvassed
ham. Io i? needlc33 to say the ham
was hcoked. Stud ham was missed
the next morning and upon investi
gation,no ore bsd sold it, and not
I until this (Monday) morning did
they regain their lost property. Mr.
Samuel Beatty had taken it into
Swink's beef market and had for-
I gotten to mention it to the mor
chants until this morning, when it
was delivered up to them.
A Jploinli.l Promotion.
Mr. Tom Ros3, so well and favor
ably known in Concord, having
lived here several years, holding a
position at the Odell Mills, but
connected with the Patterson Cot
ton Mills at China Grove since their
commencement, has been made Su
perintendent of said mills. Mr.
Rcfs is a worthy youn man, of
steady and industrious habits. He
is popular with the help and The
Standard congratulates him upon
hie promotion, a fact that delights
hi Tiany friends.
It wa3 a jolly party that went
down to Misenheimer & Lentz's
spring Saturday afternoon, where
Sunday was spent most pleasatnly.
Among others were Mr, J C Wads
worfh and family, Mr. James Levi
and family, Mrs. N F Yorke atd
Master Scott, Misses Fannie Hill
and Gertrude Pharr and Messrs. A
Jones Yorke, Geo. L Patterson, Jno.
F Yorke and Joe Cannon, There
were twenty-two in the party, four
of whom returned today, leaving
others for a two weeks stay,
A Decision Against Mrs Lease. 2
Topeka, Kas., July 6. The Su
preme Court rendered its decision
this morning in the case of Mrs.
Mary Lease against the members
of the State Board of Charities in
favor of the defendant, George C.
Clark, who was appointed to euc
ceed her as a member of the board.
This effectually removes Mrs. Lease
Five Killed and Fifteen Wounded.
St Louis, Mo., July 6, A special
to the Chronicle from Tolouca,
Mexico, says that at the Calaris stone
quarry near there yesterday, a large
force of men were getting out stone
when the earth above them caved
in, completely burying them. Five
men were Kiuea ana imeeii
i ') il 1 i. Li
Ac the Ec-'.i" ii i.'c-airue ni3tinr;
Sunday evening it wa-3 evident that
its work is beneficial to those who
are members. This League has a
large membership and those who
compose it are earnest and enthusi
Mr. Frank L Robbins, who took
his initial mill experience at these
mills, is now superintendent, and
our operatives are pleased to haye
him among us and one of us. He is
a iavorite with us. The former
superintendent, Mr. F L Emery, be
fore leaving last veek was the re
cipient of a handsome book case,
presented by the operatives undar
him as a token of their esteem. It
was a model piece of workmanship'.
He responded to the gift in a yery
impressive manner, and expressed
regret at his inability to remain
longer with us.
Mr. Eh Goluatou returned today
from Statesvillr. where he spent
several dav with his sister, Mrs.
Mi?s Emma KfiHh, of Charlotte,
id viol ting alius iiyrw-d Moore, on
Several weeks ago Mr. Carver's
eye whs knocked out h a shuttle
Hying from s. loom. On Thursday
last Mis.- Liz'ie Oliiytp, who v.r3
running te .-ame 1 ;;: ty- serious
ly injured by shuttle jiving out
and striking Iw fa the stomach.
Sunday afternoon dath was an
noanced at the home of Mr, and
Mrs. George W Johnston. Their
daughter, Ellen M Job iston, died at
the age of 18 years. She died of
consumption. Rev. M A Smith,
conducted the fuiural from the
house this (Monday) afternoon at c
"iThon Baby was sick, vre gave her Castor?.!.
Ylicn she va? a Chi VI, ahe cried for CnsiorU.
When she became Miss, sho clung (o Castori.
When she had Children, ate gave them Catoria.
Keeping fhinjt Clean.
Agent Smith, of the Southern dc
pot, is determined to keep thing
clean on the depot ground. He has
John Morris, the colored waiting
man there, to pick up splinters,
ntraws etc that get in front of the
:icket cilice and basjgae mom.
Fri'" ;y morning, mail r irricr Jno.
Caldi.-.:11 had a piece of white pine
about the size and shape of a case
knife. He was leaning against a
flat car on the side track opposite
the baggage room and was whittling
the little stick. The agent sent
Morris over to pick up the little
shavings as they fell from Mr. Cald
well's sharp little knife. Mr. Cald
well became indignant, but the col
ored man was polite and explained
that he was ordered do it or lose his
Those who have used Dr. King.'s
New Discovery known its value,
and those who have not, have now
the opportunity to try it Free. Call
on the advertised Druggist aud get
a Trial Bottle, Free. Send your
name and address to H E Bucklen
& Co., Chicago, and get a sample
box of Dr. King's New Life, Pills
Free, as well as a copy of Guide to
Health and Household Instructor.
FVaa. All of which is guaranteed
to do you good and cost you noth-?
in at Fetzer's Drug Store. a
GIVING THESE THINGS AWAY WITH
k ill 1 ,fr. 2 ; ilszi Ir l ark!!
Ifj i i
i v I
j P, ...;. ..tu.
f t! ? I
III; W v
ii t. .-W. -.,-4..
Dra-'ng Board and WiiMn.-r Ds?k.
-km ii mm
: . .. . rrr !i i
And get a cur
cular that will
tell you all
i - i i 1 1 . l w i : i
it '... u
.J 1 I 'Z.