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E IN CASTOR BUILDING
control of the State government.
Ill DallV Standard These fears are, probably, without
sufficient foundation. Tne Utntiie
population of. Utah, hasi increased
jrpicjly in tie last few years, and the
Mpxmona. we 1 paying. Recently
th y haye eetablised several large
colonies. in Mexico, where their pe
culiar institutions will not be in
terfeTed with and these settlements
are growing rapidly. The Mormons
wuut to be alone and they realize
that if they are not now in a mbi
orlcy in Utah they soon will be.
Utah will probably come into tbp
full fellowships of the States at an
Tho Standard is published every
(1 ? (Sunday excepted) ind delivers
rates' of scbschiption
One year... 84 00
iSix m on Mis 2 oo
Three uiontha 1 00
"One month. 35
in-.'-e oopy 05
Tc-Tns t'ov regular advertisements
inv.dc knoT- i on application.
H communications to
Concord." N. C.
OOKOOLU), IsOV. 11, 1895.
Uf.i.n cporu trendy received and
f.f :'ii.;U-: for the rest of tho year
it 'ip'ii rouTJt!on up to h re -,
1 d.ae the director of the mint)
. uf the silver
it' 1 1 a I'JUl UillJ .UU
. ,j , :
V UU -ill CHIL" ') ui iuc ajnui J j, ;
ir.--t ' he Tr;.ited otatef? for !
la:, thun ia3t year's prodnc
For Ovr I'llly Years-.
Mrs. Winslow's Soottrrjg Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It so thes the child, Eottens the
gum?, alhiVc tU pdn, cu'va wind
colic, and is the best remedy for
Diarrhoea It will relieve the poor
little suffers immediately. Sold by
Druists :n lury. part of the
.TOidd. Twenty live eeuu a bottle
lie sure and ask for '-Mrs. Winslo -vz
pes OF VOICE
After Acute Bronchitis
CUBED BY USING
A PREACHER'S EXPUNGE.
"Three months ago, I took a vio
lent cold which resulted in an attack
of acute bronchitis. I put myself
under medical treatment, and at tho
end of two months was no better.
1 found it very difficult to preach,
and concluded to try Ayer's cherry
Large profits no longer corse from merchandise sold at
50 to 100 per cent, on a credit of from one year to eternity
only four out of every hundred credit merchants ever Rn
ceed. w e preter no per cent, casu 10 a struggle
chances against us.
ggle with ye
Jlrs. CoK Has Fn!l'!.
Pkovipenok, Nov. 13. Tho -.rc-
rvvdin-M fur divorce bsL'in kst
Cl bein due. o
. . .! vh. :!b hv Mrs. Elizp.bfth V Cult
D hfivn lo n, KtriinV'H. The fauuro of
'. i. .vfd ui5iemuner:itive luct i , , . ' n
iirr coun&cl to secure the fh-uilLot
: evidence to ubstantiato her tiller -
, .a i . ijvia o-vs the i tj011 of 'adultery against Colonel
ie .j.tiit; "ive productiod.r.nd piic; of i Jamuol Poinoroy Colt wi'i, iu nil
!,n cotiiit -y for t i e h, -t ; PKhj uglily, rcuu tno we
Md the present year, as . urfi.va, ci me r u:. i. om iuj v
premc com t.
r,,,,M ond of the divorce cusg Jco
not in the least affect the btandinj:
rectoral. Tin; first liot tie gave me
great relief; the second, which I am
now taking, has relieved me almost
entirely of all unpleasant symptoms,
and J feel sure that one or two bot
11' s more will effe ct a permanent
cure. To all ministers suffering from
throat troubles, 1 recommend Ayer'
3). .,-J)ist.. Secretary, Am. JJapt.
Publication Society, Petersburg, Va.
GOLD MEDAL AT THE WOLLD'S FAIE.
ArER'SUADS U OTHER SAnSAPARIUAS.
11 rm rgK u ya
45,Vi,G62 y3 6 cents
5U,0J4,5?i 03.5 cents
5 1,510,300 104 6 cents
58,330,000 OS 8 cuts
63,500,000 87.1 cents
t.9,0Oi000 63 5 cents
55.00,000 67.0 cents
It will be seen that the produc
tion will Le greater tnia year than in
any of the years 188S, 1889 and
O ir 'vn product this year will
be nine million ounces in excess of
that in 1839, though the average
nr: ioj of silver during that year was
10 cents higher than the price at
pruent Most of the mines in this
country are now producing silver at
h proht. When silver went to 164.6
oeiits an ounce in 1890 there was a
be oi:i in " jiaing stocks and a great
lijcsj wet their natural fate.
The silyer production of seypral
r,rT)ti tries will show an increase this
yesr, bat the total output will not
ifor .a erially from that of last
y :Hr. T:,? world's production of
-:Mer in.;?ei32d from 03,207,000
-ci .-oio to 161.776,100 iu
H;'t3. AiUna Journal.
i Li a n v. vi" i si o n m om? n
L ' J
on the court docket of the suit of A flSlVfiSf
. K- SiR-fr imP
mM PJl II fp
1 e j 11 I 1 iii ikj
I E 1 c .. v m TuM-m
Last Saturday we placed a lot of ginghams on sale at kH
cents per yard and a lot of good towels that we snapped m,
at 50 cents per dozen that sell regularly at 10 cent each.
marked them 5 cent each. The gingham went befoie mn.
down and tlie towels before we closed. When wc coum
out our cash we had our money invested in the&e and 2j per
cent, prolit ready to invest again Monday.
This week we have on sale a lot of Seaside novels worth
s - "
Day is. Sold by subscription at $8.00 per set of 2 vols, our
price is $2,90. Rollins Ancient History in 4 vols for 2 2.
Creaseys Fifteen Battles on which tie Civilization of tLc
World Scanns This is one of the richest otories of history
to be found, our price 15 cents. Alew of E P Koe's no vol at
(f) cents. Washington Irving' t works, 0 vols for 2 4f.
The following two vol -3 sets at 93 cents pei set:
Prescotts Co? quest of Mexico. Presscottd Conu-st uf
Peru, complete works of Cliorles Lamb, The CorrH of Mont
Cristo, by Dumas, Tno Mysteries oi Paris, by Eugene Sne.
i he Woudering Jew, by Eugene Sue,
Teachers Oxford Bibles, 81 7J; Teachers Oxford IMbles,
with patented index, 2 00; Large lamily Bible, 81 W'; Lai.e
family Bible, old and new translaiions in parallel eob'r,
for i2 OS.
Lace out ohelf paper at one -half cent per sheet, bargains
in tablets and students note books, mucilage at 3 cents per
bottle, ink the same, envelopes from 2 cents to 10 inch ones
at 0 cents, two god rubb v: tipped leod pencils for 1 cord,
slate pencils at 10 cents per pound, steel pens, . ihciudiug
Eastbrooks, at i cents per dozen.
DallasTo., Nov. 13. A jury
in Judge Burked Fourteenth
Judical Court, laat night rendered a
yerdict against the Oriental Invest
ment Cuuin&ny, cvi.tra of the Oii
ental Hotel, in Dallas, in faver of
Maggie S Lyne, a eervaut, who was
injured about two years ago In an
o v.tor in the hotel. She sued for
C'j0,000. There are three other
suits perding by parties injuren in
the eme accident.
A queer church qu&rrel is reported
from Scotland, where aii Episcopa-
inanj T7orthless mines weie opened, lian clergyman has rent his congre
gation in twain Dy trying to supi
press r, debating society connected
with the church. This society, it
seems, says the New York Times, re
cently considered the relatiye influx
ence of the modern press and the
modern pulpit, and decided by vote
that' the orators who sustained the
newspaper side of the controversy
had'the better of it. The reyerend
gentleman therefore declared both
hiiiiself mil the church grievously
insulted, and peremptorily ordered
eyerybody connected wi'h the de
bat:ng i:o::ny to resign from it.
Nobody obeyed, and the result has
i . . .... i . r tt. i -i
p-vpid oi ucan oy a large
majority have yoted in fayor of ad
t';oj t- the union, and. adopted . a
eo.3 :'U:;io-. When the
5 v et .! ijj election is presented to
MiO L":v'jiC Ait he may issue a proc
i rnntin d::;lariug U.ah a Stite. it
Ui - 'wx. the president will ,b?
Ie' been empty paws and much harsh
language f rom the pastor and bio re
... - vi U' ,
to i3uel ;uh a! Huviui: been duly appointed, ftn-i
,,Pflfliy,n,,i;An nn r,roiIM,i i a o Jo'iaMfied r.dmioistrator of the estate
AUcGVuuliononlbog A IIllematJ, deceased,
riorinuu element, though it has nil poisons holding claims against
irt nnn i tno efj.d dceo-ed are nereoy noLi-
" lKjn olu iificd to pi ob .'lit them, duly nuth
i l : . i ,
Hie p. ectio.i of Stiit? s?v.;rc: -
rea "t itc.f. The con t lit
:cn of (Jr.-h forbids polygamy, bat
n- c'tye Cv?r.tilc H that teri
t -i L-y beiyt that the luoimDna would
disregard the law if they gained
t-.cated, to Iho undersigned for pay
ment on or betore tha ltli day oi
October 18jG or this notice will bo
plead as a bar to their recovery.
Also all persons owing said estate
are notified that prompt payment is
expected. J. A. Barnhabdt,
This Oct- 17th' 95. Aministrator,
Pr. Miles' rain iflaare ?uaraQieea xotstoi
Headache la 20 minutes. "One cent a ciobo.
ISJUSTASdOOD FOR ADULTS.
GALATIA, IfcLS., NOT. 16, 1393.
Tails Mcdlclno Co., ttt. Louis, Mo.
Gentlemen: We fold last year, 600 bottles of
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC' and havo
bought three Kross already thistyear. In all or ex
perience of 14 years, In the dreg' business, have
r.fiTor st Ul un article thut pave such universal BttUar
taction aa your Tonic. Youra truly,
For sde by all druggists,
Tho first of American Nowspa
pM5, A. DANA, Edilor.
The American Constitution, tho
American Idea, the American Spirit.
These first, last, and all the time
Daily, by mail, - w SG a year
Diiiy e.nd Sunday, by mail, S3 a year
The Sunday Sun
is the greatest Sunday Newspaper in
Frice 5c. z copy. By mail, 2 a year.
Address THE St'X, Sew York.
MORRISON II. OALDW.EL
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CONCORD, N. C,
Office in Morris building, opposite
AT FOUR CENTS FER BOX.
Assorted carpet tacks at five cents per pound", The regu
lar price is five cents for two dozen.
FIVE CENT ARTICLES:
Three tin enps; One coffee pot; One covered bucket; One
half gallon cups,
TEN TO TWENTY CENTS.
Sponges 3 cents; Remnants of Calico at 20 cents r, lb. All wool :hs:i.!,
;15 cents per yard. Canton fliunel at 71 cents per yarJ.
E MBROIDERE D
ATfSEVENTlM'OUJR CENTS PER YARD.
One-half pint bottle of Biv Rum for 10 cnta. Bargains iu ur
all woolat37i cesta. Ladies vest 5 cents up.
. i r. :
T it in
D. J. BOSTIAH, proprietoi