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a conversation witn his friend as to
allow a -bloomer girl" go by unnoticed.
BY JAMES P. COOK.
ab'FIOE IN CASTOR BUILDING
ihv ':mdard is published every
iay Sunday excepted) and delivers
HATES OF SUBSCRIPTION
-One year 84 00
Six months.. 2 00
Throe months 1 00
:Odo month 35
"Single copy 05
The sugar planters of Louisiana
who call themselves Republicans,
but refuse to train with the colored
brother, will have a lonesome time
of it. A R-publican prty in thr
South without the sable eminent,
would be Hamlet with Hamlet left
ADVERTISING BATES. , fa. j, picnicked
Terms for regular advertisements i luaipomo J . , ,
:s:ade Known cnapplication.
Address aU'communications to
Concord. N. C.
CONUOKD, OCT. 17, 1805.
Ir.OlH OI UUcHJUd UUUUtj
arc U (- congratulated that no
demons-rition was made after the
arrest of H e negrc rapist there Mon
ddj, They acted wisely in relying
upon the law to mete out the merit
ed punishment to this brute. The
recently on the top of the Lou guard
in the Southern Switzerland, at an
eleyation of 10,500 feet aboye the
sev, had what might be called a
According to a London report,
James Gordon Benuet wi1! scon
wed Mme, Aunekoff, wiuW of thr
Russian general who constructed the
trans Caspian railway.
La Grippe, for Golds, Coughs,
AND LUNG TROUBLES,
"Two years ago, I had tho grippe,
and it left me with a cough which gave
.me no rest night or day. My family
physician prescribed for me, changing
iho medicine as often as he found the
things I had taken were not helping
Senator Sherman saya they'll win
in Ohio by 50,000. McKiuly isn't
ves of the world are upon the South . prophesying, as McKinley prophets
... i . .
oihty. She has been eo long tne , are liot what what they vers.
bjr,:t of yilihcation ana ner meim-
cdf A dealing with criminals so
grossly exaggerated that the swery
zug of a hair's breadth from the
.-n-ith of Kcrictest law and order, sub
jects iu-i peorle to mauy a fierce
ouzUn) c of ciitiffism from their
entmite. But regardless of what
tnfayoroble comments it is pro
:'jc ive of, it is the best Echool in
rhich to ttach the law's majesty
rrhen ? show to our own people as
'cell a3 i lie outside world that at all
hoards a criminal must receive pro-
action and 1 granted a fair trial.
"x'.(l w? haye given notable lllustra
-v -j of it in more than ore instance,
A rcyel clock has a bronze figure
?Z a uaui1 on top of it which auto
sjiat'.Ci'lj :mokcs cigarettes.1 Is this
mother wsy to kill time?
A fur feral in Indiana was' indefi
iiitely postponed the other day bees-use
the occupant of the coffin, a
"Oman, j-.;oi thirsty and sat up and
. iked (jv a drink.
Capt. S A Ashe is again to en'e
journalism. He will, beginning
Oct. 23, issue The State, from IUU
e:gh. It will be a weekly paper.
Capt. Ashe's abiiiy is well known in
North Carolina, aud as a Etroog
writer he will haye no superior in
the State press. His p:;per will be
Oemocrdic and sell for 41.23.
DIES UNO R THE KNIFE.
me, but, in spile ;f his nf tHlnno. T got
n-.y h-.ttcr. Till. illy, my hush. md, read
ing one day a gentleman who had
had the grippe :md w;is cured hy taking
Ayor's Cherry lYctoial, procured, for
me; a bottle of this meilielne, and before
I had taken bull' of it, T was euretl. I
have used the lYctoial for my children
i'.nd in my family, when;ver we have
needed it, and have found it a specific
for colds, coughs, and lung troubles."
Emily Wood, North St., Elkton, Md.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Highest Honors at World's Fair.
Gieaiise the System with Ayer's Sariapariiia.
L f.obo'd is to bj established in
"ew York city whte policemen will
e taught how to shoot, so that when
.-C7 flLoot at a dog they mvy not
j.'t a mn.
Folicc-Qian O'Kourke, of New
7ork, i.i.2 j ist retired from eervice
:iih p for June of $300,000 saved
salary and perquisites.
ident went out 6t cflice
v-ith h i-5 than that.
ligtor., Vermont, the other day. A
jvjpAiij: irver shot at his sweetheart,
:;d thinking he had killed her,
k'Hed himself. The sirl was stun-
ucdr but soon came too, when it was
die jo vs. td that the ball struck a
Oiu;(;!i ri her dress and went in
? -lotivi-r -.ir ction.
That Iviissouii bride of seven,
hourb, vliu left her husband and
eoeoted off to California with an old
lorn r;--ii id -Angel didn'c behave in
a very angelic way towards the man
pud for the marriage li
sotcd the squire'3 bill and
r.. took her for better or
Kx-Govcruor JarvisI I5ea"Iicl ilio
XlHlliiiiurc Hospital Too I. ate to See
Baltomore, Md., Oc. 10. Con
gressman L C Latham, of Grctu
viile, N. C died at the Maryland
University llospital in this city to-
I TT t I PO f v. nnmn I
nigUL lie na'i nuucieu iui cuiuo
time from stomach trouble and came
to Baltimore for treatment. An
operation was performed but on ac
count of the weakened condition of
Mr. Latham, he could not stand the
shock. Mr. Latham was 55 years of
He represented the first North
Carolina district in Congress several
times. He fought on the Oonfed
erate side and reached the rank of
major. ExGovernor Jaryis, of
North CVolina, arrived in the city
tonight to be with him in his suffer
mg, but Mr. Latham was dead when
he arrived. He left for home almost
immediately, taking with him the
remains of his friend.
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Tho L.ives Saved.
MrB. Phoebo Thomap, of Junction
City, 111-, was told by her doctors
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. Eggers,
139 Florida St., San Francisco, suf
fered from a dreedful cold, ap
proaching Consumptiou, tried with
out result everythirs else then
bought ono bottle of Dr. King's
Now Discovery and in two weeks
was cured. Ho is naturally thank
ful. It is such results, of which
theso pto samples that prove tho
wonderful eflicacy of this medicine
in CourIib and Colds. Freo trial
bottles at Fetzer's Drug store.
Regular size 50c and $1.
13 JUSTASCOOD FOR ADULTS.
GALATIA, IfcLS., NOV. 1G, 1333.
Peris Modicino Co., St. Louis, Mo.
(Jentlemen: Wo sold last year, COO bottlos of
CltoVFS TASTELESS CJIILL TONIC and havo
bought three Kross already thia year, in all okt ex
perience of 14 yoars. In the dru business, have
never sold an article that gave such universal satis
faction as your Tonic. Yours truly,
AJiN'EY, CARE &CO.
For sale by all druggists.
Dissolution ol ririii.
The firm of Morrison, Lentz &
Co. is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. AH persons indebted to
paid firm will please call and settle
Thankful for all past favors wo re
D. B. Morrison,
A. E. Lentz,
R. E. Gibson,
Concord, N. C, Oct. 3, 1895.
NOTICE TOWN TAXES,
. - u:. , . been known to die fci
:i' f.:. .dc. to fro v) jul ior ti
- t'ir d"bti, to believe their
? , 1 to do various other things
reqvuring self-sacrifice and confi-
Tho. in?n faxes for tllO YOar 1895
are now due and placed in my
bands ior collection. All persons
owir-.s: tu3 sam-3 are requested to
cal and. settle id oncos and rave
cos- ". Tho law in regard to adver
tising property has been changed,
so pay promptly and save being ad
vertis.?d. Office opposite court
house in Town Hall.
J, L. FCGER,
Town Tax Collector.
Tho copartnership heretofore ex
isting under the firm name of Mor
rison, Lentz & Co. having been dis-i
solved by the withdrawal of Mr. A.
E. Lentz, tho undersigned respect
fully announce to the public that
they have formed a copartnership
under the firm namo of Gibson &
Morrison to do a general merchan
dise business and heve to m?rit a
generous share of the public patron
R. E- Gibson,
D. B. Morrison.
Concord, N. C, Oct 3, 1893.
I recommend the firm of Gibson
K Morrison to the public rs worthy
of their patronage.
A. E- Lentz.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CONCORD, N. C.
Office in Morris building, opposite
T H E
I M jf -jm
Yard wide Bleeched Cam
brie at 8 cents, good a
Five dollar Lace Curtains
Chenille Curtains $3,00 pei
Chenille Tab Covers at 08
and 08 cents.
X in Turkish bath Towele
10 cents each. Bargains in
A. new lot of Napkins and
Doylies will be shown Mons
Pure Aluminum Thimbles 2
:v Fiye hook Corset Stays 5
Water proof Collars at 5
I Side Combs 5 cents-
Bios Velyet Skirt Binding
three for SI cents.
Whale Bone 3 cents per
N. IST. N. Spool Cotton '
Bargains In Tucket Knives,
JN'ew lot of Ladies Embroid
ered Handkerchiefs, cheap.
La Parisinne Glycerine
Soap 5 cents.
Two large cakes of soap for
White Shirts 25 cents.
The best 50 cent corset in