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CONC01W, N. C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1895.
WnonE NO. 1.30:
r'U- Kiyrt, J. W. Cannon,
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1). 13. COLTRANE.
HAMMOND & CO.
130 & Parl Street,
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Siock?, Bonds and Grain bought and
gold, or carried on Margin.
p 5, Send for explanatory circus
!a: on speculation, also weekly mar
ie! letter. (Free) dwly
irs iii i
Ikyeop,-;evl my MEAT MAR
XEf m Iho Litaker basement, for
nenr oecvTiiett by bwinl: 4v .fay
vault, ben you want nice; fresh
seats, beef, pork, mutton, etc., call
ener hi.L I ;.i voar orders to
S. L. KLUTTZ.
tP.S. l am in the market when
titf Ciii.lt u-d are for sale.
Mr. Jolin MilUr Dies in Nevada.
About 15 years Ro Mr. Jno. Mil.
ler, a eon of the late Paul Miller and
a brother of Mrs. John Cook, of St.
John's, went to Illinois, and from
there iurther west, living quite a
while in Colorado, Montana, Wash
ington, Idaho, Oregon and Neyada.
A letter from a dear friend of Mr.
Miller to his relatives in this sec
tion brings the sad news of his death
on September 4, at DeLamar, Ne
vada. The gentleman, Mr. Cares
lock, enclosed a short notice, the
funeral notice sent out,together with
a photograpn. We print here the
newspaper notice sent:
"John Miller died at DeLamar,
September 4th, 1805, and was buried
the following day at 2 o'clock p. m.
The deceased was a man about 38
years of age and a native of North
Carolina. He had been sick for
about four weeks with the prevails
ing feyer. He was an unmarried
man and by occupation a miner. For
his short residence here he had won
a host of warm and sympathetic
friends, as was shown by the atteni
dance at the funeral. The mines
were closed down and everybody
showed a last respect to a departed
No one knew John Miller bu, to
like him ; he was a general favorite
with all his acquaintances ; and
hundreds of times since he left has
this writer heard many of his friends
say : "I'd give anything to see John
Miller once more."
True to his friends, genial and
kind hearted in his associations and
considerate of everybody's feelings
such wras John Miller's character.
His (Jeath is a great shock to his
many friends and sad, sad, news to
his many relatives.
Wc hear that Mr. Miller was con
templating a visit home in the early
future. But all is ended. Those,
who once knew and loyed John Mil
ler, will Know him no more in this
A BIITER PILL.
Won t lio it Auisi, He Niiys
Fusion and JVegro Recognition
Won't Hot Well.
Among the many people who were
;in town today (Saturdav) was one
eick man. It was Mr. Bob Temple
ton, of Mooresville, who brought cot
ton to this market. He was sick only
at heart. He has swallowed a bitter
pill, he said, inasmuch as his party
fused witu the Populist in the lat
election and that he supported some
of them. Mr, Templeton is a Re
publican, was opposed to fusion but
a3his party went, he followed. He
says : I have learned a lesson and
will never do so again."
10 fish Weigh 82 JL'oumU
Mes3rs B Frank Bost, Jim Russell
and Dan Blackwelder went seining,
last Thursday, in a stream in their
section (we are forbidden from
naming ths stream). They caught
10 large carp, weighing in the
aggregate 82 pounds; the largest
weighed 10 pounds,
This is good fishing for Cabarrus.
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4.1 .j. 'WK J J A
. PLI IDS, Slf kETlNG
SALT BAG H.
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of all Kind
Foot wood always
Jnted best prices for
same wr . .
e- vV e mvite an iir
Jouof all the goods
i fi l i
Dr. linhia in Monroe.
The Monroe Enquirer thus speaks
of a gentleman, who once lived at
Mt. Pleasant ard a professor in the
"Rev. S S Rahn, of Gastonia, has
accepted the pastorate of the Luth
eran church at this place and has
moved his family here. He has also
accepted a position in the Monroe
High School. , Monroe is always
glad to welcome such men as Mr.
Rahn. Any community is improyed
by having such an accomplished,
scholarly Christian man located in
it. Together with the entire citi
zenship of Monroe we bid Mr, Rahn
and his family welcome and hope
that their stay among us may be
long and pleasant."
A Household Treasure.
D W Fuller, of Canojoharie, N.
Y., says that he always keeps Dr,
King's New Discovery in the house
and his family has always found the
very best of results follow its use;
that he would not be without it, if
procurable, C A Dykcman, druggie t
Catskill. N. Y.1 says that Dr. King's
New Discovery is undoubtedly the
the best cough remedy; that he has
used it in his family for eight years,
and it has never failed to do all that
is claimed for it. Why not try a
remedy so long tried and tested.
Trial bottles Free at Fetzer's Drug
store- Regular size 50a. and $1.00.
Co You Wantjflttoer
for sale privately
no p ".ol L'iible,
Will t lose Out tlic I'nttre I! in ohm. "'.
We learn from Mr. A J Yorke,
one of the members of the firm of
Dry, Wadsworth & Co., that they
will clone out their entire business at
Albemarle by January 1, 189G. Mr.
IT 1 j , .1
xorse is not interested or in any.
way connected with the deal made
by Dry & Wadsworfh in the pur
chase of the furnituie business of
Cannons, Fetzer & Bell, which was
I&mn Would lie Uiutrous Ut Cotton
While many are praying for rain
and all discouraged by the continued
diought, it would be quite a loss o
the cotton-growers at present if rain
would fall, owing to the fact that
there is an unusual amount of the
Etaple open and not picked out and
is fnil of dust, which rain would
surely greatly damage. Every availa
ble cotton picker is engaged for mile3
around but it will b impossible to
get the open cotton out within the
next few days- and should rain come
it would be a great disaster to some,
while others would
There will be a regular communis
cation of Stokes Lodge No. 32, A. F.
& A. M., Monday night, Sept. 30,
1895. By order of W. M:
S. J. Lowe, Secy.
1? II STORE
Is it new Yes. Every
thing in it is new and of
the best quality. We in
vite each and eyery one
to call and see ns. We
sell, anything that is
usually found in a
Speecial attention giyen
to the compbutlding of
i 11 -
tit T Monch Xr. Cr
x fhlp ore cock stovp, cneijji, u. ;uciua ,w. ,(.yw,,
Parlor stoves and a dining
table. Knr fiiivher - - ;c J I
CONCOED. N". Or
IroeeeIiiisrs of Concord Presbytery.
Concord Presbytery met at Fifth
Creek churcn Tuesday, the 24tb,
and, in the absence of the moderator,
Rev. R V Lancaster, was opened
with a sermon by Ptev. J Rumple,
Present, 15 ministers and 21 el
ders. Rev, E E Pressly was chosen mod
erator. Revs. J A Ramsay and W C
Alexander temporary clerks.
Mr. W J Garrison, a candidate
under the care of this Presbytery,
was, at his own request, transferred
to Mecklenburg Presbytery.
Mr. W T Johnson, a member of i
Concord First church, was taken un- j
der care of Presbytery as a candi
date for the ministry.
Rev. J M Wbarey, D. D., preached
the Presbyterial sermon on minis
terial support. It was an excellent
Addresses were made by Rev. W C
Alexander and Rev. L II Wilson, of
the Synod of Florida, on foreign
An extensive and interesting pro
gramme for tne centennial exercises
at the next spring meeting at Centre
church wa3 adopted. The time of
that meeting wa3 appointed for
March 31st, 189G. The first regular
meeting cf Concord Presbytery was
held at Centre church, March 29th,
Rev. C A Munroe and Hon. A
Leozirwere re-elected trustees of
Presbytery adjourned to meet at
Fayetteville during the meeting of
The meeting was a rleasant one
and Presbytery was most kindly en
terrained by the good people of toe
church and community. Statesyille
Having transferred my ho lu
purance business to Mesc-. n I
Woodhouse and B E Harris. T eor,:.
mena them to any who m. - bo
neea oi nre insurance, "ana i i
for them a libera! vatronM---
J. W BuBKh'EAr.
We have assumed the Fir.- iKr.nr
ance business of Mr. J.W. Bin i head ,
comprising the agendo? Ur eia
first-class and well establish ; c
panies, and respectfully f-ceit
liberal share of business in Hut line.
WOODHOUSE & ll.'.J.D.IS.
I have now in stock at m
opposite the court housa
did line of well-made F.
Bed Steads, Tablfis,
Wash Stands S:.a8s?
defy competition in i(:..d to
quality and price. You i 1 Lk
surprised when you hear i y n i 1
Come and see. If not in i-tock
cau supply you in a lew c' ;
have a nice line of
at prices that vrill surpri
keep a full Iline on c'v
mediate supply- I hy
"For yeaiv' saya Capt. C Mueller,
'I have relied more upon Ayer's
Pill3 than anything else in the medi
ciue cheat, to regulate my bowels,
and shose of the ship's crew. These
pilli are hot severe in their action,
but do their work thoroughly.'
and run my planing roach r: aii;.';
all persons who uish i-iv ihinf.
in this line, wiil do well
and see dip.-
Xovy Pisspec; i-c 1
Mr. IMisenbcry Tells VTs.
Mr. Gowan Dusenbery, depot
agent at Oxford, now on a visit to
relatiyes in Concord, called to tell
us about the Oxford Asylum in ref
erence to matters reported ; by the
little James boys.
Mr. Dusenbery saya he never saw
a kinder and more sympathetic man
than Mr, Lawrence; that the institu
tion is nothing but a big home
where love and kindness prevail ex,
cept when these will not answer, etc
that Mr. Lawrence and his teachers
are always axiously careful about
the welfare of the chiidren.
The St.ndard is glad' to pub
lish all these voluntary and unso
licited complimentary statements
about the management of the Ox
ford Orphans Asylum.
Wben Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla.
Tien she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
Concord, N. C. Jc?v 13.
SEMIN A R "Y
A Flourishing SeL ooi to T",.v
OiV umental BraLehe 'U . v
REV. C. L. T. Fi:-.UEK; A M
. MOUNT PL aa-v:. x.
til fl if . 'MM'S'j? )
Don't Wear Beady4 MatleClotbes.
j We represent B. Stem & Son, one
of the best tailoring establishments
in New Yorlc on nice goods. Suits
made to order acd fit guaranteed
from 813.50 and up. We are show
ing a handsome line of samples. We
pay all express charges. tf
Lowe & Son.
IS JUST AS COOD FOADULTS.
WARRANTED. PRICE SOcts.
i ' , GAIiATIA lLLS Nov. 1G, 15G3.
Paris Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.
e,!?e;."7!y BO,d last year, C00 toMIes ' i
GROVE'S TASKLE9 CHILI, TONIC :'Ld hav
bought three pross Already thu year. In all otr ex
perience tot 11 years, in. the drug bu.'ino;
ever sold an article that gave such umvasl sat
faction as yyur Tonic. 1 ours truly, . -
AaxEv, CAr.r. Ca
'For sale by-all arugiate.
at this Qui ice.