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:;sv YORK city, n. y.
IVuuia and Grain bought and
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fdivss President AVinstota,
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-V A N I' FAC.TU REUS OF
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of all Kind
r;iJ .boot wood alwavs
v- i best prices for
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" 'ion of all the goods
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pl Manufacturing 'Co.
A MINISTER GUAKANTEi:s I
A lull Frjjli Crop if liistilli :
StopiMMl-nins FiHlur Accept. a
Position at Vn Bora Neminury
S.000 to lO.OOO RiiKhel of Wticnt
Tlireshed. Ir, Ilnrnliartlt to Locate
mi. i leasa nt, Anguat 27. A!
cry for more money may betoken an
imporveriehed condition of the mass
es, but had the cry, which has been
heard for many months, been for!
food, cur condition would be serious
indeed. We ought to be thankful
that a money famine and food fam
ine have not come upon us at once.
A fair crop of fruit will be added to
the food supply ror another year.
With us it is being dried and pre
served, for the German and their
descendants are fond of "suits and
dumplings." Much of the fruit is
being distilled in different parts of
the county, but that is always do?.e
when it is jplentiful. This may be
the came of the frequent destruction
of the fruit. In fact some men be
lieve so; for we heard a minister
once declare from the pulpit that he
would guarantee that fruit would bp
plentiful every year if the peopl!
would desist from making brandy.
Mine Sallie Fisher, of this place,
will leave in a few days for Virginia
having accepted a position in Van
Bora Female seminary,
Mr. E Grant Buchanan came down
Saturday evening to spend a few
davs with hid brother.
Threshing was completed last
week in this section. Several com
panies thuehed from 8,000 to 10,000
bushels of grain.
We learn that Di. C II Barn,
hardt will, on his return from the
seashore, establish himself heie for
the practice of his profe83ioD. We
welcome hin for he is a all-round
Tlic .Salisbury Kaciu ANociatioi).
It is a myth. There is no such an
organization. The president John
C Montclair, claimed to be a New
York man, is none other than Ike
Fraley. lie 8 the man that did it
all. It was said that there were
purses cf ;:!000. This brought many
tine horoes. It was found out that
there was no money and no associa
tion nothing but Mr. Ike Fraley.
There is indignation against him.
The town people of Salisbury
have arranged to have the races after
Two Lives Saved,
Mrs Phoebe Thoniae, of Junction
City, 111. was told by her doctors
she had Consumption and that there
was no hope for her, but two bottles
Dr. Kinss New Discovery complet
ely cured her and she says it saved
her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139
Flordia St. San Francisco, suffered
from a dreadful cold, approaching
Consumption, tried without result
every thing els then bought one
bottle of Dr, King's New Discovery
and m two week was cured. He is
naturaly thankful. It is such results,
of which these are samples, that
prove the wonderful efficacy of this
medicine in coughs and colds. Free
trial bottles at Fetzer's Drugstore.
Regular size 50s. and $1.00.
'Land I'osted'" Notice.
I hereby forbid any parties from
trespassing such as hunting, cut
ting timber, walking or driving,
removing fruit or anything of any
description on my plantation,
known as the Daniel Suther
lands, in No. 4 township.
Anyone violating this notice will
be nrnspp.ntftd to the fullest extent i
of the law. Jm. A KlmmoNs. .
N. C, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 180,'i
Cabanas couaty never had a
spoon, of Coddle Creek, No. 3.
STAXDARDreaders have leen ads
vised of his serious illness with typhoid-pneumonia.
The loving at
tention of family and many friend3
and the skill of physicians could not
arrest the disease. It went from
bad to worse i?.ntil the vital strength
of our friend, popular with and es
teemed by all, perish ;.nd death
came to him Monday between 11
and 12 o'clock.
It is a shock tc the neighborhood
and to the many who knew him and
admired him. His death is a loss to
No. 3, to the county. Though not
over 35 he was developing into a
fine business man, of fiae taste and
splendid judgement. A bright and
prcmisir-; future was before him,
but it was willed otherwise, for
death hath an end to this good
man's earthly careei except the
never-dying influences of the good
deeds and the txcellent example,
that characterized his life these
will live on.
Coddle Creek, was the postmaster,and
taught the school at the academy
there for several years with great
lie vras married twice, the ilrot a
Miss Patterson and the widow a
Mies Kerr. He le-tv- live children.
John Witherspoon's death is a
heavy loss to his community and
his place will be hard to fill and he
will be greatly missed. Tne com
munity and many friends will deeply
sympathize with the bereaved. The:
Standard h:is lost a loyal, helping
Col. Hani hardt I'arnlyzed
Sevfral days 3go Col. Jacob Bern
hardt, of Fioneer Mills, this county,
suffered a slight stroke of paralysis.
In a few days Col. and Mrs. Barn
hardt will break up housekeeping
and live in Charlotte.
Death of 51 r. Michael.
The wife of Rev, D W Michael, of
Troutman's, whose illness was noted
in this paper a few days ago, died
Saturday night. She was Kev.
Michael's second wife and they were
married just last December,
Irs. Michael's father died last
week, also of fever.
Miss Marshall haying taught so
successfully for the past two years
in Concord, will again open her
school, Monday Sept. 2nd, in the
same building. She endeavors to
meet the demands of a school com
bining thorough mental work with
the best Physical and Moral develop
ments. Terms $1.50, $2 00 and $3 00
per men th.
UuolUen Arnica Salve,
The Best Salve in tke world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sore3, Tetterd Ohappe
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay requi-ed. It is
guaranteed to give statisf action or
monev refunded. Price 25 cents per
box, For sale at P B Fetzer's Drug
House For Kale.
That five-room house on East
Depot street, now cccupied by Mrs.
J F Willeford, is for sale. Interested
parties will call on Dr. L M Archey
for terms and other desired informa
(Mrs ) Ank Fink.
A NEGRO MURDERER,
Cftttrnc I cj.j i Ciiniuis ; Cold-Blooded
Murder-Captured and Escaped
and Captured Again, Ills Victim a
17 Year Old JJoy.
At the Haile Gold Mine, S. C
Mr. William Welsh, a 17-year-old
boy and most estimable one, was
murdered by Charlie L!ovd, a mean
negro desperado, who was reared in
this ccunty near the Phoenix mines,
and went to South Carolina with
Cant. Thies? force. There was no
provocation, the deed was dastard
and in cold blood.
The negro Lloyd shot the deceased
through the body, killing him al
most instantly, and shot him twice
through the heid after he was ap
parently dead. He also shot and
broke the arm of a young man
named Hought at the same time. He
made good his escape and started
The following officers at once set
out to catch him : J J Bowers, Jack
Crow and Reed Williams, of Ker
shaw, S. C, and W T Keith, John
Shepherd and Frank Wesley, of
Momoe. The former two reached
OoiiooiU iuujuitv eveninz;. two
others came in from Monroe, having
left there early Monday morning.
The following from the Monroe
correspondent of the Charlotte Ob
server explains it all :
"Two officers started here and
arrived Sunday afternoon. By a
strange coincidence they met up
with the desperado at the high
school building and tried to et
him, but he ran and, as there were
several persons in the way, they
could not shoot till he was some dis
tance away when they shot tour
times at him as he fled. He turned
and shot twice at them and made
A crowd was organized and went
in pursuit at once and was close on
him several times las- tight but did
not get him. He was arrested this
morning fifteen miles north of here
by Deputy John Griffin nd Mr.
Cleyhurn. They disarmed him and
tied his arms above his elbows and
behind him. They staited here, and
when they reached Stewart's Fork,
three miles from here, they all three
got out of the buggy. The horse
beeame frightened and started to
run, Cleyborn grabbed the horse
and was trying to hold him, The
prisoner took advantage of this and
in some mysterious manner instant
ly got untied and knocked Griffin
down, He arose in a instant, but as
he did so the negro took the pistol
and knocked him down again. As
he got up this time the pistol wa3
pointed to his breast, but he knocked
it fifteen feet to one side before .the
prisoner could shoot. He was
knocked dowu the third time by the
desperado. It was all done in a
fraction of a minute and the crimi
nal ran. Mr. Griffin had his pistol
by this time and shot twice at the
negro, The officer was badly
bruised and a :posse ot abou fifty
went and caught the murderer in the
woods about a quarter of a mile from
there. He was wounded but many
shots were fired before hewa3 taken.
He has seyeral shot in him but none
of the wounds are serious. He is in
jail awaiting word from the authori
ties in Sou-h Carolina,
Chief Boger pulled Mr. D Mon
roe Widenhonse for too much linn
berating enthusiasm, resulting from
the fruit crop.
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MT. PLEASANT, N.
REV. J, D, SHIREY, D. Pres.
ADADE M IO , COM M M K i I A I ,
Total necessary eMnse&
session of 38 weeks. 8r. Co to
Next session begins cYpr
3. 1S9o. For cotaloirj:3 ami
special information, P':
the President as above, or
lm. Secretary of Facttty.
S E M I N A R Y
A Flourishing School for Y ;! -Ladies.
On amenta! . Branches vo
BEY. C. L. T. FISHER,
MOUNT PL ASANT, ?:
College of Agriculture
AKD MECHArf ;.rts.
The next session of :.: Col
lege will begin Septer -
Exarainations at ",cm
first Saturday in
Y o tin g)men d.si r i n g
nical education at an
1 r i :
ly low cost will do well to np
)lv tor catalogue to
' A. Q. HOLLA DAY, Pr
2 w d ,t w. Rale ? g h . is . C.
The 94th AnniirJ Session tcq:ir:s Sep4 :Cr .sih
TS95, Register tor last year shows more than
persons under instruction duriitg the M ir. Spe
cial features- the development" of Tie'1:!:, Char
acter and Intellect. Fuildins thoro'!c' ! remod
elled. Fully equipped Preparatory, C- i1.- :;ite ami
Post Graduate Depart nv nt i. htsiCt.-i i ..i -la.v
schools in Music, Art. l.iuM;mies. t i:;
and Industrial Sti:iit.s.
J. II. CLEWELi., ki.n-ipa!, S-:.-t:, X
U 1 1 L
I have now in sf.oci: at my rooms
opposite the court house r, splen
did line of well-made Furniture
Bed Steads, Tables,
Wash Stands Safes,
I defy competition in regard tc
quality and price. You will be
surprised when you hear my prices
Come and see. If not in htoek
cau supply you in a few days. I
have a nice line of
at prices that will surprise you. I
keep a full line on hand for im
mediate supply. I buy
and run my planing macLane, and
all persons who wish any thing
in this line, will do well to caL
and see rue.
J. T. Pounds.
Concord.'N. C. July 13, 1895.
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