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BY JAMKS P. COOK.
OFFICE IN CASTOK BUILDING
The Standard is published every
day (Sunday excepted) and delivers
ed by carriers.
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Cue month 35
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Address nil communications to
Concord. N. C.
The arvants in school for girls
in Connecticut, while cleaning up
the rooms after the school closed,
discovered 8678 wads of chewing
gum stuck about in various places.
A Texas preacher threw a Bible
at a deacon who started to run away
with the collection, and knocked
him down tbe front steps of the
church, breaking 'his leg in two
Our Cartoouist has returned from
his vacation. Tbeie is much milk
of huinau kindness in him, when we
observe that he has been thoughtful
enough to bridle up this kicker.
mountains in McDowell county, andj
will build a stttlement there on the
plan of Octn Groye, N. J., with . n
immense tabernacle for meetings. 4
Called Meeting County Alliance.
Cabarrus County Alliance ifl clh d
to meet at Rocky Ridge on Wednes
day September 18th at 10 o'clock a.
m., 10 consider trie "Shie Factory"
enterprise and attend to any other
tuainesa that may "ome before it.
J. L. Stafford, President,
S. A. Gki Kit, Secretary.
CONCORD, SUPLM0, 1805.
An Alabama father has taught all
his children to read their books up-
The mind ouht sometimes to be
diverted that it may return the bet-i--r
3' preacher in Ot:orgia re-1
japtise converts except in j a Miseistipi river steamboat
jnt;v: water. .roustabout urtuKa a nan gauuu m
whiskey a day.
C. H. King, Water Valley, Miss., cured by
"For five years, I sutfered untold misery
i'rom inusoular rheumatism. I tried every
known remedy, consulted the Itest physi
cians, vUitud Hot Springs, Ark., three times,
spending $1000 there, hesides doctors' bills;
!mt could obtain only temporary relief. My
flesh was wasted away so Uiat I weighed
only ninety-three pounds; my left arm and
log were drawn out of shaye. the muscles
THE RACKET STOR
Just Think of It-We; Sa
You Money on Nearly
!v-lc.A-:ire r.eaeh srowc-r baa
- - - - i i
a: :pple with a fuzz on it
on a peach tree.
An Indian calf, uow two months j
old, hay hoots like i horse.
An Illinois fanner owns a lien I
v.'., a .
A : l mother has an old slipper,
ill v. ?.e, which has spanked six ! which lays twin e--gs eT
l era.; on s of ht r family.
An Idaho school te
unsYlyania woman who chews 'obedience w-th a revolver
and drinks whiskey thinks
,;:itu have all the ngbta they j
She ei reading "Over I
'..'.( I, . . " J ft
acher enforces cMit: irmJn-t-
bvz twisted lip in knots. I was unable to
divss mysfif v i'ii :isht;tr. rij d
A Florida n.r; ;s growing fat on :
i Land' the cornucopia ol i ()ne county in IVnnaylyania has tinns of morpinn
.uumeiu cup;r. contributed two aieniuera iu uuu-
iidison county, ly., fc '
L A O CUUV. Ctfc: IU LUC pe Ui lcii Li 'i y .
'.e paid tneir taxes are en -:TKd
lo be married free by the
Gei jsyille, KyM is the birth
plac-c? of a boy who was an inveterate
-Vuaeeo ehewer before he was a ytar
There are oyer LOO freshtneu at
the State university.
The bond of the sheriff of Meck
lenburg county is .110,000.
Mrs. Bayard urady fell into the
tire near Marion ar.d was burned to
; re if a man is Missouri whose Pafh
.i !ar- that he has to put . Ttl ajanties have thua far
n i-i-r.3 on oyer hi3 head. Isent in their abstracts of listed tux-!
no ;i'.'t:t.'. u:. I w.;s ; ssnrt-d, hy the
d'totors, that 1 f'c.jli! i. t live 'flic pains, at
hnu'S, were so awfui. ih.a 1 cc uld locure
I:-f only hy n;.'::vs f 1( yt- )tl-i ?ni- injff-
1 !i;id 1 1 1 ' iiinhs li;ind;ttl
iv if: ;i.nii:..fs ; t.ut thf
Kave only tfinnoiary relict. Alter trying
i-verylhin,,, and :ii;ei Uij; lh ni.st awlul
tortures, I tcpn t- take Ayer's Sarsapai ilkv.
inside oi two i;i'u,:!is, I was aide to walk
without a eane. In three months, my liml.r.
efran to sti'.-n;:'!..-:!, ;in.; in the ;ui;,e of a
y-ar, I was eured. My weight has mereasc.J
to ior pound's, an i i am now aide to do my
full day's work as a railroad biaek.smith."
j (he Only crlii's Fair Sarsapariila.
A .Ylii'S I'll J.s t'.t.'t H i ntliiche
MOUKISON H. UALDWEL
A TTORXK Y AT LAW.
COXCOKI), N. C.
j.i .re are ten thousand more men
A rk in the iirroiDgham districts
.. . a a: a today, man there were at
-hla time last year, ana the calamity j iu excellent condition.
howler will find it a serious matter j Th, Carolina Central railway is to
ablea to State Auditor Furmac.
tu. ....... f l,,l.l r.h,rU 0mc'1 Morris bui'din opposite!
tieii inspected The Soldiers' Home j Court l-?.us
" ti ll' .
and maane asylum ana xounu ootn
cnvircb these men that times j
.; worse or h.i! this prosperity, is
':tttion3. To them it U a joyful
; -Htv, hard work for hard money
--.d plenty of both. The furnaces
be extended by the Seaboard Air Line
to Spai-bnbu-, S C, from JUither
fordton, it is positively stated.
Auditor Furman refuses to issue)
warrants to cover the expenses of j
mr RIGHT HERE! -a
ruinea are running just aa the last meeting of the Arrington
-.riiMy over the country as they are j committee, thoagh the latter de-:-
Alabama, and the only despair maaded P"ent.
icci depression apparent is that! lv. Jaa. A Weston's book, "His
Ahichsiata arnou; the croakers
torical Doubts as to Lthe Execution
ak for political purposes
South Carolina widow became
h-it 'own inotherinlaw recently.
f; n i io cay, she is now the wife
of hei husband's father.
i ?i Prti y i . fop
of Marshal Ney," is in its second
edition, and Mr. Weston has begun j
: 'V.igan hag a man who la so fat
mac ae cau't fall down hard enough
to tinrt himself. He is known as tbe
'The Standard ha3 received the
li rst number of the Evening World
ci Salisbury. Mr. John M
Julian is editor and proprietor and
Leroy Smith is local reporter. The
drst number ia as full of local news
and good meats as its space will ad
mit. The Standard wishes
Heaven's blessings on this World.
There is a clash at Fayetteyille
between the local board of directors
of the Colored Normal school and
the State Superintendent of Tublic
Instruction. Each has appointed
the faculty of the school.
The plans for a cotton mill at
Riverside, on the Catawba river, are
abandoned, afer great quantities of
material haye been prepared, because
a suitable foundation for the dam
cannot be obtained.
C E Johnson of Kaleie;h accepts
appointment as a committeeman to
escort the New England Cotton Mill
association on its tour through this
State, en route to the Atlanta expo.
sition. It will probably yisit several !
4'3 i.- r;i ftu ti-i,.j
um mi tatm ii if "Tii'i n i MMMutiia
b&ra fl mM fr" b&jj Bd
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We have just closed out an
importers samples of lace ur
tains. They are oneslialf
lengths. We have made three
prices, 20, 30 and 40 cents.
The wholesale prices ranged
from $0.00 per pair down.
This is an excellent chance to
supply your short windows,
sash, curtains, &c.
Two and one-half yard wide
bleached sheeting only 2:; cts
Good feather ticking TJk'ts.
o7 inch bleached table linen
at 40 cts.
Glazed Holland window
shades mounted on self-acting
spring top rollers only 17 cts.
Extra wide chenille pors
tiers, S3. 25 per pair.
Chenille table covers OS and
Bleached duckin?, 10 cts.
Standard machine thread
fully guaranteed o. k., 3cts
Side combs octs.
Shoe blacking let.
Needles 1c; pins 1c,
Genuine French blacks
Twenty cent fast black
seamless hose tvo thread
body and three threpd heel
and toe, only 10c.
Sewing machine oil 5c.
Self pronouncing family
Bible with King James and
revised yersions of Old and
New Testaments arranged in
parallel columns at $2.98.
Ladies shirt waist sets, 25c.
Bargains in Every Depar
Come and See for Your
D. J. BOSTIAN.PROP R
The County Alliance is called to !
consider matters relative to the Shoe
Factory. The Standard hopes
1 ne L aristia :i , i o .-.cij
tion, of New Haven, Coan. ha3
bought 5,000 acres of land in the
IS JUST ASCOOD FOR ADULTS.
WARRANTED. PRICE 50 cts.
Galatia, Ills., Nov. 16. 1893.
Paris MeJicino Co., St. LouLj, Mo. j
tntletuen: We sold last year, 000 bottles of '
GROVE'S TASTfcI.ErtS CUIUL TON lC Jua .liavr, ,
lUUht tUH" . r rj.- 'y ""-v- -..-v. ' n ,-'.-i-'X- I
tticttoa as ..! io ifi t:u!v,
Ali-N E V, CAKB i, CO.
For sale hy all amegiata.