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OUTRAGE IH CABARRUS.
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J. W. Cannon,
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S.rr-. r - '"r-tin benight and
o!'J, ! a' i i'.u oil Margin.
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I;ir on ?r :-:c"l.'itior , also weekly mar-
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(LTT.'.KEr CORXER )
II: ,1 inv MEAT MAKs
KLT -i ; . Li'.-kef b.-isement, fors
-: . . I by Swiuk & Day
v':t . ' . .-a w.iiii, nicr. frfish
' '. i --':, iiiiitton, etc., call
CL 9k ,.(.-. v. -;ri!3 r nrflors to
S. L. KLUTTZ.
tc-f cat;-ip ;:.( iolts are for sale.
M A X C FA CT U P.E RS OF
FIX G fJYGlMMS,
PL ims, SHEETING
V' SALT BAGS.
o f al Kind
est prices for
r'i invite an in
'r"U'- Of all iha
V -Uf:! ?.ni
AMELIE RIVES TALKS.
tnnl Is, IIut TIiiisksHo is in North
CarolIi,a-fsc Hs,rt WnJl,!( , of
Him Ho towns tlie Place Adjoins
Her Father's, Knt iney Have Keen
Together Very Utile.
ClIAKLOTTESYILLK, rJ.. Oct. 12.
I ivuicurt xt-t'a . iwiaaier was
jeer-n at the Hiycs home, CUiIe Hill,
jfiftten miles from CharlotieevilJe,
nnd questioned as to ifc r-i --
led her to secure a divorce from jco.
Armstrong Chanler, She said tbero
was really nothing to say b yend
v. hat had already
ipper.red iu the
J "The public,' Mr?. Chanler
jlaughincjly eiid, "will be grievouely
jditappcinUd wh-n tho evidence, in
tbe cae ia gien out. There ia
! nothirt; of a 8D.:onal character
ja-boutK. LlyLi'vytr mil give cut
any iuformaUoa proper fop publica
"Where was thy dt cite grafted ?"
(T must decline to answer," Eaid
Mrs, Chanler. "I will not say
anything more than has be.n pub
lished." In reply to another question, Mrs.
Chankr said that it was some time
ago that the divorce was granted and
that Mr. Chanler haa teen repre
sented at tl;e trial.
"But," s!:e added, "there wr.3
really no dtfcjse he could make.
Later on she said :
"Mr. Chanler and I arc the Lest
of friends, but we have eeen very
little of each ether for years. He
owns the place adjoining Caatle Hill
and spends a gret deal of time on
it, but I have never lived there."
Mrs Chanler said she had no
plans for the future.
"Just now I am Lying at Castle
Hill, riding and driving and enjoy
ing the country," ehe coLcluded.
Mrs. Cnanler fiaid she did not
know wheie Mr. Chanler was, but
thought he was in North Carolina.
Vill Close Down Jfext irlonrtay for
One Week. '
Seyeral days ago The Standard
stated that; in all probability the
white graded school would close
down for a week, in order that the
teachers could take a trip to the At
lanta Exposition during the educa
tional week. It ha3 ben decided to
shut down on Friday of this week
until Monday, October 28. It is
thought all the teachers but two
Gone to Atlanta.
Mr. H P Dtaton, one of The
Standard's reporters, has gone to
Atlanta for a week to see the expo
sition and whatever else that attracts
him. For one year and oyer he has
been regularly at work without
missing more than two days.
The Standard wishes him a
pleasant and profitable trip and that
he may immortalize himself in find
ing the beauty in the Mystic Maze.
Old people who require medicine
to regulate the bowels and kidneys
will find the true remedy in Electric
Bitters. This medicine does not
stimulate and contains no whiskey
nor other intoxicant, but acts as a
tonic and alterative. It acts mildly
on Ihe stomach and bovre'.c, adding
strength and giving tone to the or
gans, thereby aiding Nature in the
performance of the functions. Slecs
trie Bitters is an excellent appetizer
and aids digestion. Old people find
it just exactly whatthcyneod. Pnc3
fifty cents and SI Pr bottle at Fet
zers Drug store.
A liliu Ei Hon of flam Assaults a WIsite
Woman He Enters a YTinctow ami
Tlireafer;s to IlrKint Her if Alarm
Was Given Cnalmer Plott Is
the Criminal! Same, While That of
the Outraged is Mm. John Fag-gar t,
A Widow I,ady.
While the night was still and the
five little helpless children of Mrs.
Jo in F.ggart, wido? of the late
John FaggarVcf Nc, 9 township,
were s;eet)y slumbering Friday
eight last, Chalmer Plott, a mu
latto, round-f:ic:d daro-dc-vil ne'ro,
uletly entered the room of the de
fenseless mother by means of a win
dow, went to her bed and awakened
her. By threatening to brand her
to death ho n: ule her huiobly sub
mit to his hellish .'Lhp3, The dau
tardly crime was committed about 1
o'clock at night. After the depraved
negro had aecou. -.pUshoJ Lis awful
deed, he left ths worn. in md thj
premise.-:, taking co the wood. When
wto zaiiAv t'.n-u mi.t. i-'aiiiifiio
went to the houie or
Jim Johnatou, who
livu near her,
and told him of the. outrage,
wi'ii hh L-0..!:cr, E;!) Jchn'jti
J in! j
three other white men formed the
band which captured the negro in a
tree on which was a grape vine,
perched upon a limb eating grapes.
The negro was very quiet
and came to town without any re
monstrance and was lodged in jail
about 9 o'clock Saturday night to
await nis trial. He denied the
charge until Sunday morning, when
he confessed to Laving done the
deed, to Jailer Hill, Chief of Police
Boger and others. v
People in that part of the county
are indignant over ue affair, but are
calm and there is no fear of us hav
ing a lynching bee.
Mrs. Faggart, upon whom the
outrage was committed is a widow
of probably 35 years of age and is
well thought of m her section of the
A Truant Husband.
From the Winston Republican we
get this :
"The Bible says that a man, who
will not proyide for his family is
worse than an - infidel. Twenty
seven years ago Alexander Williams
left this section without apparent
cause, and in so doing forsook hi3
wife and four children. His indus
trious and worthy wife struggled
bravely and raised the children and
survives, while her truant husband
has been roaming the earth. The
past week he returned, but hi3 ab
spneo wa3 preferrable to his company,
and after food and shelter for the
night continued his journey upon
adyice as the best- policy for him to
persue by those whom he nad will
fully and sadly forsaken over a
quarter of century ago."
Two Uvea Waved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, 111., was told by her doctors
I she had Consumption and that there
was no hope for her, but two bottles
of Dr. King's New Discovery com
pletely cured her and she says it
saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggere,
139 Florida St., San Francisco, suf
fered from a drcedful cold, ap
proaching Consumption, tried with
out result everything else then
be -ht one bottle of -Dr. King's
Kv. Discovery and in two weeks
was cured. He is naturally thank
ful. It is such results, of which
these are samples that prove the
wonderful efficacy of this medicine
in Coughs and Colds. Freu trial
bottles at Fetzer's Drug store.
Begular size 50c and $1.
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iK-l.Jr,'MLS6'nH TOBACCO CD.? V'' :
. ."T VJ fill ' moAPn ymA.: '
DURHAM, N.C. U.3.A.
I MADS FnOr,1
I ' AND
Not a great deal of cotton on the
market today. The highest price
was 8 85.
Over Three Sooro and Ten.
Mr. James M Howell, of No. 10,
died Saturday and Nis remains were
buried at Howell's Baptist church,
on Sund.'j. He was 83 years old,
Mr. Howell ia a relative cf the
editor of the Atlanta Constitution
whose ancestors moved to Georgia,
from No. 10, Caoarrus county, be
fore the war.
Interests Many People.
This order recently promulgated
by the Southern Railway concerns a
number of people, with still others
to hear from, if we are to judge by
the number of marriages going on
'round nbcut us.
Hereafter no baby carriages will
be transported as baggage if any
thing is pbiced inside of it. The
custom has oeen to place a cover
over the carriage and then fill it up
with little packages. Tnese get lost
and then there ia trouble.
For hundreds of years Goose
Grease has been used for rheuma
tism. If you want the best liniment
in the world for all aches and pains,
cuts and bruises go to Johnson's
Drug Store and buy a bottle of
Goose Grease Liniment, made from
pure goose grease. Mfg. by River
side Medicine Co., Ore Hill, N. C.
In a Sad State.
The young girl whom Ed, Good
man, of this county, married is in a
sad condition. Mr. J J Newsom's
daughter, of whom frequent mention
has been made in the Salisbury
World, is growing worse, Mr. New
som tells us totdiy. Mr. Newsom
says that her condition has grown
so bad that she will have to be sent
to the asylum. Dr. John Whites
head has been attending her.
Tfcere will be a call' communica
tion of Stokes Loua-c No. 32, A. F.
& A. M., Monday night, Oct. 14,
1895. Work in first degree.
8. J. Lowe, Secy.
AH persons hoMing c-aims agai
J V Burkhead, deceased, will please
present them to me or to H I Wood
housd promptly. All persons inn
dtbted to same will please call and
settle at once. o71w2w
Executrix of the last will and testa
ment of J W Burkhead.
I have now in stcck at ray - ro! i
opposite the court house "a si len
did lino of welNmade Fumi'nr
Bed Steads, Tables
Wash Stands Safe:;,
I d.'fy competition in r ;r..': 1 r
quality and price, Y i " : :V-
suvprise.i why.n yo--'. hr ,-,
Co mo and se. 'ff ' " . -';
can supply you u
havo a vJ'.q line ot
.Ar., --"v fvn T.
at prices that ;ill -r --.
keep a full line on Land f-v-- i:
' . J. . A t
T 1 .i
and run my planing raachu- . rr,!
ail persons who wisli any IhY;
in this line, will do well to o."!l
and see me.
J. T. Pounds.
Concord. N. C. July 13, 1"".
Havinqr transferred iuy r;rt i
puranc business ile. ii J
Woodhouso and B E ILrri?, I co:
menct them to any who mrv ho in
neei ot lire lnsiii': .:ee, h
for them a libova: 'isrc
J. W. :
Wo havo as8ur.ie.d the Fiw- I . sur
ance bu?:?ss of 3lr.J.W. Tu : :,jL
oomprising the ageucie lor f-verit
first-class and well estabiiho com
panics, and respectfully iclleit a
liberal share of business in fh :Uino.
WOODIIOUSE it II.1 vI3.
August 2G, .f
By virtue of authority vested iu
mo by a Mortgage or Deed in Trust
executed on the 30th dav of No vein
per, 1892, by Jacob Li McCam ami
wi'e, Laura McOarnp, which M tg
age is duly recorded in Legi-. er's
Office for Cabarrus county in Book
6, Page 555, I will seL at public auc
tion in front of the Court House
door on Monday, November 4th, to
tho highest bidder for cash, cno
tract of land adjoin. ng L M Soes
mon and others, and de.-scribcd a
follows : Beginning at a willow o?
west bank of Bocky River, corner
of L M Sossmon, opposite th
mouth of a small branch, which i?
on the East side of the Iliver, and
runs with three of L M Sossmon 's
lines as follows ; N m W. 18.80 chs.
to an elm on west bank of ditch;
then N. 2 W. 18 chains to a Rtcno
in the field; theh N. 71 i W. 311
chains to a stone in Monroe How
ell's line; ten N. 24 E 15 chains to
a small sweet gum on the South
bank of the branch, H McLarty'3
corner; then with his line N. 32 E.
Hi chains to a Btone in the" old
line; then the old line S- 41 E. 61
chains to a branch on the west bank
of the River, thence down th?
River as it meanders to the begin
ning containing ninety-two (920
and one half acres more or less
being part of the D M Crriker
lands. C. Sossomon, Trustee.
By W. M. Smith, Attorney.
S E M I N ARY
A Flourishing School for Young
Or, omental Branches Peceive
HEV. C. L. T. FISH EL', A. 31
MOUNT PL ASANT.N. C: