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I teach -r '71 students. Ad
jfes P:'-s;dent Winston,
iChHHill, N C. for Cata
ihxn and handbook on "UNI-IVKI-TY
j .manufacturers of
LY!j SALT BAGS.
1 BUVKRS OF
of all Kind
.lwt-om wood always
i Jl'i-.1 best nripK fnr
all the goods
lTefers KepiiM i aim t, Democrat, !
A special to the Baltimore Sun I
from Raleigh says : Senator Mnncn
Butler, in a letter to a friend here j
today, said : Have our friends rest
easy with reference to any rumored
co-operation or fusion with any
party. Nothing will be done in any
direction without a full consultation
with our friends. All things being
equal, I believe that we should stand
by thoae who stood by us during the
last campaign in preference to thote
who fought us I am surprised to
see our friends get so easily excited
oyer rumors published in Democratic
papers. If our people had to cor
rect all such rumors by publishing
cards they would not have time to
do anything else." The rumor to
which Senator Butler alludes was
that he was participating: in a plan
for the fusion of his party, the Popu
lists and the Democrats.
The average man knows no moie
now than before the Senator spoke.
He's one man that can change in a
twinkling of an eye. Why, he
floats the name Caucasian his allies
are anti. Caucasian
A Prominent Citizen 111.
The Standard regrets to an
nounce the seiious illness of Mr. 1
Frank Patterson, of China Groye.
He has never fully recovered from
the grip a year ago and it is the ef
fect of this that has impaired his
general health and 13 making in
roads on his yitality.
Mr. Patterson is one of the most
U3tful men of the China Grove sec
tion and has done mush for that
saction. He was the prime moyer
in the cotton mills built there.
Toiitfli 011 Ihc Bonrdms: House.
On Monday a lady who runs a
private boarding house sent a little
colored boy to the isarnekfor several
pounds ot beef. Wfcile on his way
to said market the boy stopped to
panhandle a pair of old shoes and
when reaching the market it was
closed. The boy did not secure the
beef but carried parts of one or more
under each arm. When the land
lady saw . what the boy had, she
Mr. Brown i'an Economize.
If Mr. Geo. W Brown wanted to,
he could economize a little. Here's
a novel way to fix his sign :
Do You Want Eitlier ?
The following articles are offered
for sale privately and reasonably :
One pool table, balls and cues ; one
bagatelle table, one cook stove, one
grate, two parlorstoves and a dining
table. For further particulars call
at this offiice. stf
Four Bis SiK'cesse.
Having the needed merit to more
than make good all the advertising
cloimed for them, the following four
remedies halle reached a phenome
nal sale : Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and colds,
each bottle guaranteed Electric
Bitters, the great remedy for Liver.
Stomach and Kidneys, Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, the best in the world,
and Dr. King's New Life Pills,
which are a perfect pill. All these
remedies are guaranteed to do just
what is claimed for them and the
dealer whose name is attached here
with will be glad to tell you more of
them. Sold at Fetzer's drug store.
lure Bred Fowls.''
I have for sale several Cockerels,
of each: Cornish Indian Game and
Barred Plymouth Rock,
8141 w. GOODSON.
N. C., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1895.
IS ot i 11 like Oilafrs, Uiin Kicker
May be expected at any time
within our gates.
Accident One at the Xeu Factory.
The first accident to occur at ihe
new factory building in the city
took place this (Tuesday) morning
when Will Harris, a colored brick
layer, fell through the scaffold nnd
right badlv skinned and bruised
but the boy was knocked almost
unconcious when he struck the
ground, having fallen a distance of
about 12 feet He was not seriously
Nam Sum! "Mr .rcelt BJin!ttcr
PlCHMON'o, Vrt,, bdpi. 9 Mrs.
Lolla vSmall Jackson, divorced wife
of Jame3 K Jackson, of Knoxville,
Tenn,, and daughter of Rev. Sam
Small, the editor, lawyer, lecturer
and preacher was married to Mr.
Stewart H Ford, of this city, here
this evening. The ceremony was
performed in St. Paul's church by
Rev. Dr. Hartely Carmicheal, only
two friends of the groom being
preeent. Mr. and Mrs. Ford leaye
in the morning for a few days at
Old Point, where they first met just
two weeks ao.
Bcvenuo for the .Stale,
Tuesday of next week the stock
holders of the North Carolina raiK
roaa will meet in Gieensboro to put
the road on the tax list, in accord
ance with the terms of the recent
This is the first fruits of the
recent lease. Had the lease not
been made, thio procedure would
probably never had been taken.
From a letter written by Rev. J
Gunderman, of DimondaU. Mich.,
we are permitted to make this ex
tract: "I have no hesitation in
recommeuding Dr. King's New Dis
covery, as the results were almost
marvelous in the case of my wife.
While I was pastor of the Baptist
church at Rives Junction she was
brought down with Pneumonia suc
ceeding La Grippe- Terrible parox
ysms of coughing would last hours
with little interruption and it seem
ed as if she could not survive them.
1 friend recommended Dr. King's
New Discover, it was quick in its
ivork and highly satisfactory in re
sults." Trial .bottles free at Fet
zer's drug store. Regular size 50c.
To the Citizens ofConcord.
On and after the 20th day of this
month ot August, I will open
out a firet-class meat market and
will be glad to serve the public with
their needs in the fresh meat line.
.My place of business will be in the
McNinch store room, first door
above marble yard on West Depot
alO lm. J. F. Dayvault.
THE RESERVE IS 97,710,000.
e v'ascd By WitSid ravral
of $1,200,000 By New 1 orli for Ex
port. Washington, Sept. 0. The
Treasury gold reserve at the close of
business tod y stood at $97,71 0,000.
This decline was caused by $1,200,
000 in goH being withdrawn in
New York' tor export.
In ordinary business the Treasury
gained $100,000 in the exchange of
notes for gold at tb.3 various sub
Treasuries, of wh'ch $25O,CO0 was
gained at Chicago, At the Treasury
it is understood that the syndicate
will make a deposit tomorrow, which
nill again make the gold reserve in
tact. Since luly 13th, the beginning
of the gold export movement, about
$21,700,000 gold has been sent to
Europe from this country. It is
stated that within that time the
Belmont-Morgan syndicate has paid
into the Treasury in excess of boud
requirements about $11,000,000 in
Decorations Making a Ke-
been said about the
which the rostrum
was decorated with cedar and cotton
at Cochrane's schools house Satur
day, the work having tbeen done by
the school children Swin2:in2 over
the stage was a motto designed, and
beautifully worked by Misses Mattie
Poteet and Minnie Riley. And then
it is buc j nst to say that twirler Joe
Fisher, who pitched for the country
nine in the game of that date,
struck out Bixteen mn. Only foni
hits were made on him during the
game. Joe is making a record.
lluclileii's Arnica Naive.
The Best Sabe in tke world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sors, Tetterd Chappe
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay requi-ed. It is
guaranteed to give stati&f action or
monev refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale at P B Fetzer's Drug
Worth of Goods must and
shall be sold quick,
Wholesale Goods, cofi
sjsting of 'Dry goods
All wool .Jeaiieskerseys,
Notions and Huts.
this is your time and op
Retail goods of every ,de
scription: Diy Goods,
Millinery,. Ribbons, Silks,
Satins, Laces, Carpets
To the out of town public, I
suggest that it may not be
practicable for all to come
here who wish to avail them
selves of this opportunity,
that they club together and
send some one here to make
purchases for them.
Assignee of II. Baruch,
Charlotte, N. C.
Havincr 'transferrer? ?nv P. v.. t.
suranc business to Messrs? U t
Woodhouse and B E Harris, I cores
mena them to anv w! . m,,,-
need of fire insurance, and be.pra-
iui mem a liberal -t atroDRo.
J. W- BuiKUtAi ,
We have assumed Hp P-i-o t:.,,
ance business of Mr. J. W BC''
euinpusirjcT lU0 ageaoitjs, for several
hrst-clufcs and wuli establiaha com
panieK, and respectfully c,l'.(-d
noerai snare of busir:e?rs in il
Woodjiouhe iSr. If A J-Rm
August 2G, ,
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MT. PLEASANT, N. C,
REV. J. D. SHIRKY,D. D., Pres
ADADEMIC, CO.MJvi:' ;
Total necessary expenses
session of 38 weeks. S8;"i.0i u,
Next session begins Sevt
3. 1895. For cocaiu'iVi' h,:.
special information, addry?.:
thePresident as above, or
lm. Secretary of FACui.ri
SEMIN A R Y
A Flourishing Sc. I ..!. f....-.- '. .
Ornamental Brat ch 03 II. ,ie
. Carelui Aiit.ijti'.L
ttEV. C. L. T. FIbHLK. A. A
MOUNT PL AS ,N i , T. 0
I have now in stock at m 1 00m?
opposite tlie court hoiibe a splen
did line of welliiudf V) uhu-
Bed Steads, Tables,
Wash Stands Safes,
I defy competition in regard to
quality and prico. You ui!l bo
surprised when you hear iuv prices
Come and see. If not 111 stock
can supply you in a few days, I
have a nice line of
at prices that will surprise you. Y
keep a full lline on Land for im
mediate supply. 1 buy
and run my planing maciiane, aiui
all persons who xvish any thu:g
in this line, will do vrtl . ..-'.i
and see me.
J. T. Pounds.
Concord, N. C. July 13. 1S95.
Opens September 2. Offers lull, thor
ough preparation for college; practical,
thorough training for l.usI:i.-.:..i or
For information or announcement, ut
dress. HOLLAND THOMPSON,
tt&sa22tAv Coxcf.i.', X. O
The 9 tth Annual Se'-sic.n hegirs SetemHr
1S95. Kegistc-r for last year shows niu;t tliajj V-o
persons under instruction during the year. Spe
cial features: the development of l.t''!i, Ch;
act er and Intellect. BuildiiiKS thoroughly renud -elled.
Fully equipped 1'itparatory, C-llcKiatc ai.il
Post Graduate Departments, besid s rirst-tla?
schools in Music, Art, Languages, Comrneu i il
and Industrial Studies.
J. H. CLElELL, Rrincipal.LSa'mN'.