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ihe Daily Siandard
r JAMES r. COK.
U 1 r ! OE1N O AST OK 13UILWN a
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Concord. N. C.
CONCORD, OCT. 16, 1805.
CoLJluting influences are always
tt vor:i for the control of the cotton
marker. They are seen low engaged
in c mighty struggle. There are the
specu? vors the bears trying to de
press pricey and the bulla trying to
.uise tut in. The bulls may want
prices higher in order that they may
anloI contracts at a proGt, while
'he bearcr3 may want them losver in
order that they may buy in antici
p.a:i.r rf a raise. Thus the bull of
u.ay r.i.-;y bs the bear of tomorrow,
id vri.-;.i. The manufiCUirer
1 3 1. c n i i y al w a y s a bear, as he
vu-ats t(. buy for consumption as
cheaply is possible. On the bull
iidi: !; ays arrayed the producer
'.lid vjth him tne great public,
..'L:eh .';nts to see cotton high even
vLougu it may have to pay highei
for Cut-U'U goods. At tiie prtseut
t:?;i- tlit balls haye the better of the
Rrur.'. :, and it looks as if the
high'jf ...ioes will be permanent. It
i, we'1., i . his connection, to look
the f-;c 'u the face and io realize
that there ha3 bn an adyance in
pi t because the speculators
filled -1 ;:o but because the cotton
. ;op i-i n iiyersally believed to be a
'b.f ;i ci-e. If this opinion is con
j :7.ivd, 'iic-ji may b? expected to
..w:it i p hin; if it should be nega
tucu by -be facte, a dtcline may be
looked t or. But he law of supply
u(l ri-u 1 is regulating price?, as
always does . From the advance
vvich et in some .weeks ago and is
; 11 oi lii.'tained it ought to be ap
' 4riit to anybody that the silver
4 3-t:oii ha3 nothing to do with the
.Hn The same coinage laws
. itst to .v that did last year when
v.ilton was 5 cents a pound. States
viLY L laiark
tiat supply and demand regula'e
pricts, there will be no future
trouble on this score.
L. M -1
If Presidential bees are not heard
loudly buzzing around Indianapolis
at present it may be partly due to
the caowing of Democratic roosters.
The new woman is not always a
young wo nan. She may be an old
one, who hides the wrinkles with
powders ana makes the apparrel ehe
wears a first cousin to. that usually
found on sweet sixteens. Moat of
the new women are on the shady
side of 35; but all on that side are
not new women, to be sure and is a
fact to be thankful for.
Typhoid fever preyails "to an
alarming extent," as the local news
papers say, in the city of Washing
on. During the Ove weeks ending
with October 5ih there were sixty
six deaths from this cause, and on
the 7th. instant the health officer cx
pressed the opinion that there were
at that time ' between 400 and GOO
cases" of the fever in the city.
There is in jail at Fayetteille a
prisoner who has a history. He has
been by turns professional gambler,
liquor spy in Smth. Carolina and
cowboy, and is now to go on trial for
the capital crime of burgulary. Ilia
name is Carlton Watson. He tried
to break jail and was chained to the
floor. He had a complete system of
calls, b which he communicated
with other prisoners. His heavy
chains were fo.ind filed apar. Still
heavier ones were then riveted on
him. Thursday these were found
hanging on a hook, while Watson
walked around his cell.
to the city of Wilmington a horsa to
pull the Adrain hose reel at one
dollar a day. Several days ago the
driver of the reel clipped off the
mane and part ol th' tail of the
horse, whereupjn Mr. Jones
brought an action against the city
for $50 damages, claiming that his
horse had been iujured to that
amount by the clipping- Mr. Hers
bert McCiammy represented the
plaintiff and Messrs. David B Sut
ton and K Bryan the ciiy. After
the examlnatio i of several wijne3ses
tor tne plaintiff Justic Bunting
gave judgment for plaintiff of lorty
dollars. In the meantime 'he horse
is in the employment of the city.
The city, tlnough itb attorneys took
an 'appeal Wilmington Dispatch.
La Grippe, for Colds, Gougiis,
AND LUttG TROUBLES,
hv s tjB terrt k u f? B n V
0"Two years ao, I had the grippe,
and it left me with a cough whioh gave
me no rest night or day. My family
physician prescribed for me, changing
ho medicine as oftni as he found tho
things I had taken were not helping
Tin: rLKiiiior folly.
HOLD YOUR OITON.
We brieve it is now safe to advise
!2 f u i.-t-ra in the cotton belt to
bold tb'-ir cotton as long as possible,
'you must sell, then put it on the
anrket slowly a little at the time.
-Snoh adyice has not always been
iafe, Mid we have hesitated, but
think i is now settled that the crop
Till not be over G,000,000 bales,
probably !ese,(and the demand will
'30 (or t-'ht or nine million bales.
The m: r c Iiberul government and ex
pert porls show that the condition
is not above 65, and frosts and
atorms i y soon bring it below that
estimate- Progressive Farmer.
TLk ihe Good Lord! At last!
Shake, old boy, ehuke. In these
iliiyc v ! t a eyes are beginning to be
opened, it is the last thing on earth
u: cxpec an old hard-shell to come
out ::;d declare a thing jiainst
K.:iS howled for months.
li j t : V -.A
Supply demand, eh ! The supply
is six n:ihion8 bales; the demand is
cr t-lit or nine millions. Now
that the Progressive Farmer admits
Author I think I have a od
idea for a detective story. His
Wife What is the idea? Author
I will have the detective trace an
umbrella to its original owner.
He "Why did jou rctnrn my writ
ten proposal with tho lotters "0 O
D" written over it? Am I to take it
as a refusal?. She (shyly) -No you
cilly goose; that means "Call on
"Mandy, I heard that you had left
your husband," 4 Dat's a fact. But
ho ain't gotno kick comin', fer I
done gib 'im a week';- notice 'ore I
started." Indianapolis Journal.
"Did your undo remember you in
his will?'' "Yes, dear old fellow,
ho left me his best wishes in a npec-'
iai codicil."- Harper's Bazar.
inc., but, in spiff-. r liis nlfr -.i,", w.oo, T fjot
n-.; bi.tter. Finally, my husband, read
ing one l;y i ' ;i gi-nt leinau who had
had the grinW' and v.-::-; curi d I v taking
Ayer's Cherry Pfi-torab prc'iirt'd, for
im:, a bottle of this medicine, and before
I had taken h df of it, T ::s cured. I
have used tho Pectoral for my cliildren
and in lny family, whenever we have
needed it, and Lave found it a specific
for cold.3, coughs, and lung troubles."
Emily "Wood, North St., Elkton, Md.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Highest Honors at World's Fair.
Cleanse th? Sys'e.7. with Ayer's SarsapariHa.
am temp ?
For Over I'illy Years .
Mrs. Winslow's Sooth5 ng Syrup haa
b?eo used for over fifty years by
millions of mother;"; for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, sottens the
gums, all aye all pain, cures wind
colicj and is the best Vr!muyfor!
Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
little Bufferer immediately. Sold by
Druggiata in every part of the
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle
Be sure and ask for '-Mrs. Winslows
Soothing Syrnp," and take no other
kind. mwi'&w s23'95
"The fu st ;thing that phrenologist
exclaimed when ho saw me was,
What a head!1 " " Where were you
the night before?" Life.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Cotorfa,
Mien she wa3 a Child, be cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
JTieu she Lad Children, she gave them Castoria,
A 5.cvtl flu it A5oist a IIorHOw' Tail.
A civil action was trid in Justice
II II Bunting's court this morning
which was a unique proceeding.
About three months ago Mr. Ed
Jones, liveryman of this city, hired
BS JUST AS GOOD FOR ADULTS.
'ARRAmED. PRICE TO els.
Galatia, ItLS., Nov. 1G, 1303.
V: ris Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Gentlemen: We bold List year, 600 bottles of
CROVK-S TASTELESS CUILL TONIC rind havo
boufiht three fiross already this year. In all owr ex
periemc of 14 ye;irs, in the dnifr bns'neis, have
tiovvr sold an article that gave such uuivcraal eatia
taction us your Tonic. Yours truly,
Ai5Ni:y, CA::t & Ca
For sale by all druggists.
NOTICE TOWN TAXES,
The town taxes for the rear 1893
are now due and placed in my
hands for collection. All persons
owing the samo are requested to
call and settle at once, and save
costs. The law in regard to adver
tising property has been changed,
so pay promptly and save being ad-
vertised. Office opposite court
house in Town Hall.
J. L. Boger,
Town Tax Collector.
Yard wide Bleeched Cam
bric at 8i- cents, good a-s
Five dollar Lace Curtains
Chenille Curtains 88,00 per
Chenille Table Covers at r8
and 98 cents.
X in Turkish bath Towels
10 cents each. Bargains in
A. new lot of Napkins and
Doylies will be shcuvn Hons
Pure Aluminum Thimbles 2
Fiye hook Corset Stays 5
Water proof Collars at 5
Side Combs 5 cents.
Bios Velvet Skirt Binding
three for 8 cents.
Whale Bone 3 cents per
K. N. N. Spool Cotton :
Bargains in Pocket Knives,
jJS'ew lot ol Ladies Embroid
ered Handkerchiefs, cheap.
La Parisinne Glycerine
Soap 5 cents.
Two large cakes of soap for
White Shirts 2o cents.
The best 50 cent corset in
B.isJ. BOSTIAN, proprietor