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CAXNS & FETZER.
V,'e jiiil Men's all wool Cassimere suits at
v.V, ir.u-k Wool Cheviot snits at 3.00.
y i.r;,v Melton suits at 2-00.
'jiii riii'k Cheviot suits 2.30.
Sen" O'.hl Coats 7"). cents.
Bey's Odd Coats 50 and 75 cents
Jlen's Black Worsted suits fcr 3.50.
Idi Fancy Melton suits 2.50.
MEN'S FINE CLAY WORS
Guaranteed all wool $5.50, Cutaways
These are the !:h-d that
some merchants price $12.50,
0: verv Fine Clav "Worsted Cutaways of
5c!.,; Bros make ai $10. These
would It. priced $25 bv people who
v.l,.en l to save you 25 pet-cent
li yi u A-ant any Clothing at all,
it will pay you io see us.
litre arc some oud reasons
why it will pay you to
trade with us:
l?t. We buy our goods in large lots
" ' -y them low.
-I. We put the lowest possible price
o We 'don't try to make you
iink they nre worth more by pricing
tu at doubts what they are worth.
21 We do exactly what we say we will
We are here, today and expect to be
4:h. We will sell you goods that will
and please you.
Sih. We will give your money back
"foods don't suit you
Von rnn no risk in trading with us.
"Carantee the price on everything
J sell. Shoes, hats and all , kind of
Concord, , N. C.'
jjM- Odell, President
B. Ccltrane, Cashier.
D. Coltrane, Assistant Cashier
, v -DIRECTORS;
f' 0d, . D. F. Cannon
tfAJi Kixg, J.. W. Cannon,
' -Odell, V. H,, Lilly,
- need of Fire I:ii3i7raiice,
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JUDGE SCHENCK AGAIN. I
Ten Aiir .ThoriRh iie i,e amb. '
8initQa"Asvin"irivat cars -states '
Hint lie Has a Grievance nut! tlicn '
Air n-irectea y
Judge Schenck's second article in
opposition to the confirmation of the
lease or me .North Carolina Railroad
will appear iu this week's Caucasian
DCnenCK heads hi9 artip.lA
"The Law is Stronger than the Cor jduced accidents to life and limb one
poratnns and the people make the! half by compelling railroads to keep
Law -The Ten is mightier that the their tracks and other property in
Sord" repair. He giyes the Farmers' Al-
off bv savin ar
that his former article stirred up the
Southern Railway considerably and' The Judge states th-t the next
its friends came to its assistance by Legislature should raise a joint com
pel sonal abuse ot him instead of re- j mittee on railroad reform, and let it
plying to his arguments. Quoting formulate a code.
his language, "1 have been a student
of corporation law for 14 years and
am yam enough to think that I know
something about it.
He states that the Southern em
ployed him for 1-4 years; that he
went day and night, destroying his
health; that he went into the em
ploy of the road reluctautly and only
by fair promises; that instead of re
munerating for his hard services
after disabling his health or exercis
ing any feeling of humanity or
charity toward him in his helpless
condition, the "soul-ess corporation,7'
cooly turned him cut withot pre
fern ng any charges against him.
'It thought I was dead and tree ted
me as it would a dead dog, by abol
ishing my ofiice."
Judge Schenck Saya tbat he has
taken no cases against the Southern
Railway free of charge, nor was he
a disappointed candidate for director
of the North Carolina Railroad; that
he will have his say though he be as
B-i83inated end intends to take all
the cases he can get against the
Southern and will be greatful to any
one who employs him; says he knows
its weak points and is not afraid to
meet the railroad in the courts,
He8ays that by holding a charter
out of the State cases can be remov
ed to the Federal courts, and that
this i3 done iu instances where
amounts exceeding 2,000 are
claimed. It i3 fur; her alleged that
the railroad claims it cannot get
justice in these cases in order to
haye them remove i. The Judge
predicts that the next Legislature
will enact laws to prevent this if the
bills are not purloined.
He holds that the State his the
right to tax foreign corporations;
that foreign corporations can be ex
cluded from the State, or a tax lin
posed on its shares or stocks.
The ex-Judge plainly states in the
beginning that (like the Irishman)
he is a man with a grievance. He
heaps abuse on railroad officials and
grows eloquent on "luxurious cars"
in .which the officials, he states, roll
along throught the State in gorges
ous splendor. It is . further stated
that liveried eervants await the . tap
of an electric bell in Col. Andrews'
Ye gods and little fished Dan
Polk in livery. And the Judge
further eays it would be more con
sistant, too, with a Republican form
of government, if three nabobs
would net display their wealth be
fore the eye3 of tin; terin peer
around the depots. It is stated that
other Stales have compiled rail
roads to take out charters.
Judge Schenck asserfa tbat the .
Southern is new stretching out its J
cctupus hands to gather in the C, F
N. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1895
& V Railed an thlt the Gov
ture together to. prevent ; th'ei cbjasus
mation of this Crime, Or the Bafci
more syndicate ought to postpone a
eale until the next Legislature meets
in order to Jake action. He further
says tbat the Southern is trying to
destroy all the branches of this road.
The Judge praises the Railroad
Commifiuinn. Srfl thftf if Viqo in.
liance credit for creatine: the corns
Judge Schenck announces tbat he
will come again, and closes by stats
ing that "with free silver, free
speech and freedom from the power
of foreign corporations written on
its banner, the Alliance will win
against all comers."
Those M'tio Nhnll Fall to Pay.
An ' out" iu our report of the or
der by the commissioners in regard
to the settling of. taxes put a false
light to its meaning. The words
"fail to" were left out. Following
is the correct order.
Upon motion it was ordered that
the sheriff give to the clerk of the
board a list cf ail persons who failed
to make u return for taxation for the
year 1895, and who shall fail to pay
on or before Junius y 1, 1896
ail taxes assessed against them and
i hat said clerk hand said list to tiie
solicitor for this. .district and a, copy
therof to the foreman of the next
grand jury and that such persons
may be prosecuted.
When the r.iucisTorii Away.
It has. been suggested that when
the dummy line is entirely torn
away that the people from all sec
tions of the county meet on mass in
the city of Concord and make, a
great demonstration have a torch
light .procession and a display of
fireworks. Make it a day of great
Please Report It.
It is something quite unusual for
a physicim to make complaints to
one out of the profession, but in an
extreme case a certain doctor of
this city related his troubles to a re
porter this morniDg, and to abbre
viate a long story, wo will tell you
that his wife has become so at
tached to The Standard that upon
missing Wednesday cs paper , it
caused her to.be restless all during
the night and rwith all his natience,
physics,.. a we$ condolences, etc.,
she con! d noibe soothed until the
paper was;faeh to her , and , corns,
plaint made at this onlce.-
Wei-Sincerely.hopa that whenever
yoirmiss yourr .paper,' (hit it will bo
reporedjtoius,; in, order to save you
any anrjoyauce that may arise from
such a source.
The store room, next to Dova,
Bost, now occupied by Sim? & Alex
ahder, is tor rent. It is 22x75, with
goed ba; ment. Possession giyen 1st
January, 1396. Apply to
Stools for Sle.
livvc iLt t.x-year old m.i
mule for sale on easy -terms. Apply
m8 at ------- mail, or at my
home two m-les west 0f Mt. Pleasant,
AIR, . JNO. H. ROYSTER KILLED
A leleffram Came Yesterday to Mr.
Tirtruvins Ro'y'ster That 21 is Broth-
er Had Been Rnn Over by n Train
r Yesterday offnoon about half
past three o'clock, while Mr. Virtru
vius Roystei, Assistant Clerk of the
United States Court, was busy at
his desk during the trial-of thecase3
before the court, a telegram was
handed to him.
It announced simply that his
brother had been run oyer by a train
in Atlanta and killed.
The elegram came from Ex-Governor
Northern, of whom the young
man was a private secretary. His
name wa3 John H Royster and he
wa3 thirtytthree years old.
Mr. Royster left Raleigh about
twelve months ago, took a good
positio i, matried, and now leaves a
young wife and infant.
This fact would alone neeni to
have given a deep enough pathos to
the shock of his death, but a more
cruel touch was yet to come; yester
day morning his mo her and siater
left on the 5;30 train to visit their
son and brother. They arrived yes
terday afternoon in Atlanta, about
the time of the frightful happening,
and found the body a corpse in the
Mr. Royster was seen last night
by a reporter of the New 3 and Ob
seryer. He had telegraphed imme
diately to Atlanta, but had perfected
no arrangements that he cared to
give out. Moreover, he was so dazod
at the suddenness of it all, that he
w-v not in condition to talk of the
1 j mntter. R,ileigh News and Ob
It Way jDo as Mneh for Yon.
Fred Miller, of Irving, 111.
writes that he had a Severe Kidney
trouble for mauy years, with severe
pains in his bacU and also that his
bladder was affected. He tried
many so called Kidney cure3 but
without any good result About a
year ago he began use of Electric
Bitters. and found relief at once.
Electr'cBi iters is especially adapted
to cure of all Kidney and Liver
troubles and often gives almost in
stant relief. One trial will prove
our statement. Price 50c. and $1
At Fctzs er'Drug Store.
Wants Them to term Football
An exchange nys: "How long
will it bo before females will be reg
uiariy admitted to the State Uni
versity? But a little while, some
say. President Winston wants the
day. to come quickly. There is a
demand for tha admission of women
to adyanced work there."
BucKIen's Arnica alye.
The Best Salve m tlie world for
Cuts, Bruise, Sores, Ulcers,. Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetterd Chappe
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles, .or no . pay requi-ed. It. is
guaranteed to-give etatipfaction or
monev refunded. Price. 25 cents per
box. For sale at P B Fetzer's Drug
Notice is hereby given that I have
'.oat h certificate of one share of stock
in the corporation, known as the Con
cord Female Aacde-ny, s.-j; I certify
cae bei:c No. 5 iu
joola cf the
ioii, and t::id
D :re (
I 1 K r r-
7 ' ; : i ; J CI . JV
vii ilea e or
1 r.eticj is her:-;-v ?iv4 n that
i ..,1.-1 ; rt u! v i or oninioMtp pprhfi..
caie of fAid share of stock.
Morrison H. Caldwell.
Concord, N. C, Noy. 25, 1895.
IN GRAND DISPLAY.
Every th ing orn o m ? n i v. I
and serviceable Besides
an elegant line of finder
riling, eardrops, .roru'lio.-
bar pins, slick pins, belt,
SIDECO k B S
we have a large assort
ment of gold pons. See
them at once.
We have everything in
the silverware line you
h J. 6 J. F. Mi.
Physician and Surg
V! 1 1
OFFICE: ST, CLOUD . ANNEX.
JN0. R- ERWINf, C. A MISEKHtlMEK
ER W IN, & t. MISENR3 1 f EK
Physicians and Siirr-eo nr.
Ofiice No. 3. Harty be numr, op
posite' 2nd Presbyterian church
Charlotte. N, C
MORRlSOiV U. A ' 1 MV.1LL
ATTORNEY AT LA V, '
CONCORD, N. C.
, Office-in Morris building, eppofi
MANUFACTURE i:S OF
ANLr SALT BAGS
of al Kind
Ft)ur-Foot wood always
wonted best prices for
same, v e mvire rut in
spection ot "ail the" gc:': '
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