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The Daily Standard
BY JAMES F. COOK.
OFFICE IN CASTOR BUILDING
The boaudard is published every
day (Sunday excepted) and delivers
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Concord. N. C.
ONCORD, JULY" 9, 1805.
J H Harley, of Rhode Island, has
purchased an island in Lake Worth,
Fla., for 37 cents. He paid $5 entry
fee, and now makes $80 a month sit
ting on the island and catching
green turtles as they pass.
The curfew ordinance which is so
popular in other Minnesota towns,
will soon be adopted in Dulutb.
The proposed ordiance prohibits all
persons under 15 years cf age from
appearing on the streets after 9
o'clock in the evening, and provide?
a penalty of $100 fine or ninety days
imprisonment for violation of the
law. If such an ordinance got on the
books of Concord, there are several
or more who would be bursted
shortly or sooner.
MR. TROUTMAN MISSING.
Bud Sews rromUlatlstone HI: Crowd
at the Springs Personal Matter.
Fine weatner and good seasons
Corn is growing rapidly; laying
by corn is the order of the day.
A young man was found on the
.4 fV. nflQf Vio rtrooV pi11pH P.nrl Tail:
speed of electricity, across the coun-: .
of John Barleycorn.
THE FATHER OF X TUIO.
The new3 has flashed, with the
V(. - -J - w UJ.U ti !viuu utu
otha baby in his home.
It is a lady baby, and this is the
third, and all are ladies.
Grover Cleveland may some day,
in the distant future, again be presi
dent and who knows but that he
may naye daughters and sons in-law
tjnojgn to make up his cabinet with
out going out of his family for ma
terial for secretaries. And if his
daughters have as much wisdom in
selecting their husbands, as the old
oaan ha3 3howD on various occasions,
he will have a set of 3trong advisers.
LOOUIXti AFTEK II 151 OKI,
The Standard prices in another
column a card from Mr, W M Voils,
of Mocresville. Mr, Voils touches
on a subject that should elicit the
gyKiathy of all who take an interest
I -2 -history and desire to preserve all
matters spoken of in our correspon
Sometime ago our townsman, Mr.
O It White, gave us the facta rela
cive to the grave of signer Patton ;
and it vas intimated then that the
grave of another signer was in the
county, but could not be located.
If anyone can throw light on the
subject, sprung by Mr. Voils, for the
saLs of history and erecting a monus
esent let it corns.
When a man or tirm has to cur
tail expenses the first thing he
jumps on is the town newspaper
the oran that deyotes its time and
energies to the upbuilding of the
tcn. in which it is published. But
whtix It cornea to
forl the free advertising it does
lo; ; ,:,.! town, aud the local paper
gees it where ihe chicken got the
ax; : In? ueefc. Every business
shun id be represented in the local
?''' if only by a two or threa
H- i ...yertirimeut.
"(ii7e a lie one duy the start, and
truih will have to chaso it around
th? v a-M." When it has six months
ihr the world has to be en-
::rck a thousand times before
Lease still rides her hob-
fries, but she also rides a bicycle,
which makes her a sort of a
-'straddler," so to speak. But she
.still keeps "the middle of the ro&xl."
P-'g Horn says: "If there is
ar ciog in a man, it is sure to growl
when his food is not to his taste."
Lots of people are doggish.
Iu is probable that J A Price
Troutman, once in the service of
the Richmond & Danville Kailroad
Company, and a resident of Con
cord, has eloped. His wife, a fine
woman, and five children are at J A
Troutman's, Esq., in Stanly county.
Mr. J D Grimes, of the Lexing
ton roller mills, and Mr. Mendenhall,
of Lexington, were in our yillage
Thursday last. They . visited the
oreat Yadkin Riyer at the Narrows
and other points and re'urned Fri
day evening. Mr. Grimes also visited
the Misenheimer & Lentz Springs
oyer Sunday and left for Charlotte
and South Carolina Monday.
They are still coming to the
Misenheimer & Lent. Springs; some
from Raleigh, Greensboro and Char
lotte. Others are expected soon.
No one can grumble for pieB now.
Blackberries plentiful. Tsaac.
Trying? to Find an Old Grave
Some weeks ago we saw an article
in The Standard in reference to
the graye of "Patton;' one of the
signers of the Mecklenburg Decla
ration of Independence, Mr. Pat
ton's grave was almost unmarked,
and it is one mile and a half from
Concord. Another one is within
five miles of Concord and un
marked. Some of his descendents
have written me to locate the grave
if possible. They wish to erect a
monument to his memory. If any
one of the oldest inhabitants can
give me any information that will
help me to locate the grave of David
Reese, 1 shall be grateful. If the
grave can be loca-ed, a monument
1 1 1 . i -rw-
win De put up at once. Me was
buried either at Poplar Tent or at
what is known as the old Long
W. M. Voils.
Mooresville, July 8, 1895. -
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Send jour address to H E Buck
len & Co., Chicago, and get a free
sample box of Dr King's New Life
Pills. A trial will convince you of
their merits, These pills are easy in
action and are particulary effective
in the cure of Constipation and Sick
Headsche. For Malaria and Liver
troubles they have been proved in-.
valuable. They are guaranteed to
be perfectly free from everydeletes
rious substance aud to be purely
vegetable. Thsy do not weaken by
their action, but by giving tone to
stomac and bowels greatly invigor
ate the system; Regular size 25c,
per box. Sold by Dr N D Fetzer
Meeting of Baptist Young Peo
pie's "Union of America, Baltimor2,
Hd. Tickets on sale July 16 and 17.
Good going only on date of sale
with final limit August 5, 1895.
Iron-clad conditions to be coin
plied with, Fare for round trip
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some weeks of sickness, my hair
turned gray and began falling out
so rapidly that I was threatened
with immediate baldness. Hearing
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i commenced using this prepara-
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Four foot wood lalays wanted
best prices for same. We invite an
inspections of all; the goods'Iwa
THE RACKET STORE
Just Think of It-Wei Save
You Money on Nearly
Musquito netting 5c yd.
White duckinej for ladies
and children suits at 10c yd, .
White checked nainsook 5
English long cloth at 15c yd
Crinoline l:c yd, whalebone
dress stays 3c bunch.
15c rubber lined shields 10c.
Machine thread 3c.
28 inch colored shirting 4c
Special line of ladies black
and colored hose at 10c worth
Gents hermsdorf black seam
less sox at' 1:2c.
Washable Windsor ties 5c
Silk 4 u 15c
New lot of dress trimming
laces just in.
Aluminum hair pins 10c
Silver or black belt and
skirt pins only 2c
Castile soap 2c, butter milk
One package of 12 boxes of
matches for 10c.
hoe blacking Ic.
New lot of closing fans 5o
up including feather fans at
32 and 45c.
Job lot of gents and boys
linen collars 5 and 61 cents.
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