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JOHN 1). BARRIER and SON,
T.' ii',rs and Proprietors.
Some mention has boon made
in the press of another afternoon
paper in Concord. We think the
i-j ix rift: xoituis ruiidixu i people there would secure the
. 'best results by more liberally
: ' .TAN DA:; ) is published every j . . ' 0.
d delivered by I PiUl ulu'lu x uu l,llM,au'
present afternoon paper there,
and enabling it to rrov with the
j .o-. Bates of Subscription :
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b. ct,H 200
Thr? month l.W
fciiiIt copv 05
'luL vVIdCKLY STANDARD is a
or.r-i:.;:e, eiLi-ci-luMUt paper. It has
a In'vr r cavu Vaou m Oabarrusthan any
Ui ui-i,iar.or. L'ricu 1.00 per annum in
ui.tiucc. Advertising Kates:
Tr 5. r rogular advertisements
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i ilE STANDARD,
Concord, N. C.
AITKKCIAHLE WOKHS KY ESTEEM-1 A (heat Day at the Baptist Church.
Written for The Standard.
Yesterday at the Baptist
church witnessed a great day in
Zkm. The crowds that attend
ed were immense.
The first service was at Sun
day school when quite a number
professed conversion. At the 11
o'clock service the church was
well tilled ami the pastor preach
ed a powerful sermon on the
''Man with a withered heart,"
drawing lessons that were to
! lot'.d mou to re Savior. At the
service the church
was packed to overflowing.
town. There is not room for
I two and The Standard should
not be turned down after wcath-
eriir the long years when th
i.nwii c.mld not simnoi'l even one'
v 1 1 i evenmir
paper. Kaieign jress v isnor.
-I .TV ..
: Vl.MlV.ii (iUILTY.
I Miui y con hi not get in the house.
The Concord peopl mast be ; ' . . , , , . nm
congi egatk)i) was grand. Never
in the hislorv of the citv lias bet-
of an interesting vai
instructive fable might be found-
Dry Goods Department.
) 311 UV
i ! i i . e
.t at Kennes end
ri:id the court at 5:02
. ; .:d. . e- 't a verdict
:'. SU )d 5 to .
"ccs had been
-. a : t'. sent (Mice would be
' ' i i i s ( ) i i 1 1 e n t instead
i,, f u was the verdict in
: i. :i will not be sent
to , evil's l-dr.nd but it is
s-i'.d will '(? sen? ; Fort Oorteo
on i- l.h-.M-I of Corsica.
it is even suggested that the
erdic-. mav hi ameliorated with
The construction that the ten
yea i s uf-Hteiention is. the sum of
he vanish me ni intended and
lie ive y -ars solitary iin
pri . :: equal in degree of
punishment to the ten of confine
ment rul that the ends of French
jnstic ar" already met. Thus
the prsident is expected to par
don him l' m early day, proba
bly within two weeks.
The innocence of the prisoner
is as clearly established in the
public mir-.d as if the court had
It is to some degree sothiug to
those who have been interested
in this case purely from a hu
manitarian sense to know that
torturing punishment is not to
To those desirious of seeing
right vindicated, justice trium
phant and honor manifested in
the people of one of the earth's
most historic nations it is a
grievous disappointment. There
can be no doubt that false pride
for the French army reconciles
many of the French people to a
great wrong and a sacrifice of
one man, a hated Jew, rather
tha.i to admit what has been
clearly demonstrated, that among
the French armv officers integri
ty may be found absolutely
! i is;xrpbably a fact, as strong
ly indicated, that if the destiny
of the accused had been left to a
popular vote the result would
r.ot have been different, but, so
?r; u.'i t .e worse. A( the French
The. prisoner ui.d .Mrs.' Drey
fus had undergone tire" shock of
anticipated adversity and when
the verdict came were self restrained.
ed upon the action
some of them yesterd
have an ably condir
dailv. which has been s: 'M-L'Teig
for years iw Luildvy
and incidentally to phce itseli
upon a prosporous foo'iing, and
j;ow tht- b ashless ." v o. d
have subscribed to a. v a rl y ad
vertising contract for lee pur
pose of establishing a papM"
which si. ah take t: 4 press dis
patches. And it never occurred
to them, seemingly, T. at tin;
publisher of the paper th.-y al
ready have would b r,. , h
glad to enlarge it, and take the
dispatches. Daily Reporter,
K00M F0K OUiriNSANK.
i ter singing been heard.
Vro-fsohn knows how to make
! foiks sing. The" people catch
j the enthusiasm from him and
find themselves sinking as nover
The so'os by Mr. Volfsohn
rc; i-endered in such a way as
to lead people to think of their
S.Hi s StllVciM U!. J-Xt.: liaa ti imv;
voice, a 'id no better has been
heard in Concord. Before tin
Mc.'f-y:: cosrs it is exjiected that
nir.:i will be co 'i verted.
' we ; v -eight were con vertec
y w Lei '.ay.
Meetings are held at 9.30 a. m.
and at ts p. m. Everybody in
Bone L)i-ss Stays
Hooks aud I's 10c box
Thread Dc per speo.
2c per dozn, Bruss l
paper and '
Linen, colored Crash, for 5c. a
yaul, worth 10c.
Printed Marsailles at 12c.
Duck, Plain White, solid col
ored aou Ihinted.
Calico 3 c u p .
Yard wide Percale at 20 and 25 f tooth Dressin- Coi.n
cents pnr pound. 0 .
Light colored Outing 5j & 7jc. ! otat ! C P; 'cl
Bargains in Towels.
Shields 10c, Mwaneij.
5c per box, AUenaiii :
5c dozen, S:de Corjl:;
Pompadour 10o, coa:
Dr. Murphy has procured a
called meeting of the Stale board
of charties for Tuesday, the PJth,
at Morganton, to make provis
ions for enlarging the capacities
of the hospital to care lor the
insane. There are many jails in
the State containing these un
fortunates, where little hope of
improvement can be entertained.
Whatever be the burden of finan
ces just now upon the State this
is a matter on which we pride
our civilization and it is to be
hoped the way will be found.
We should never lack room for
our insane where they can be
cured if curable and cared for
by the professionally skilled
when not curable.
MR. CALDWELL 0E ABROAD.
Twenty-One Jhi the Plot. y ,
It is now learned that twenty -
one of the,prisoners in the State
penitentiary were into the' plot
to escape at the same time that
the seven men escaped last
month. The firing of the guards
ma de it too hot and fourteen did
not make the break.
rectflacHfrtopie4l In 20 minutes t)y Dr.
jjji' I'aim i-iLUj. "On cent a dose."
The Sunday's Charlotte Ob
server says: "Mr. J. P. Calwell,
editor of The Observer, sailed
from New York Thursday on
the North German Lloyd steamer
Konegin Luiso for Europe to
take a short vacation of rest and
This produces in us a feeling
of mingled pleasure and regret.
Standing, as he does, on the very
highest tier of journalism in the
State we regret to be without
his fluent pen even for a season,
while we are glad for him to en
joy whatever there is in surcease
from labor and reinvigoration
from change of scenes and cares.
A Xero Caught In the Back Yard.
Shortly after 3 o'clock Sunday
morning a negro, named Dolph
Fisher, came to the back door of
Mr. M J JFreeman's residence
and wanted admittance. From
his language one could tell that
he was either drunk or lost.
P:om the negro's tale that he
told Mr. Freeman it seems that
he had been very drunk and was
soboring up wdien he found him
self in this backyard at the porch.
He sobered up rapidly when Mr.
Freeman stepped out before him.
Nightwatchman Carroll respond
ed to the call and escorted him to
jail to await a trial.
He was arraigned before Mayor
Means for trespass. He has been
sent to the chain gang to work
out his costs. He will bo there
for thirty days.
THE BEST PRESCRIPTION FOB
and fever is a bottle ci Grove's Taste
less Chill Tonic. Never fails to cure;
Then why experiment with worthless
imitations? Price 50 cents. Your
money hack if it fails to cure.
DOCKERV HAS A BAD CASE.
The Dockery vs. nehony con
test for a seat in Congress from
the sixth district is dow. to the
point that former does noi claim
that he is elected but claims that.
Belamy is not either. The hitter,
though," has a majority of a, 839
vots and the vote of the district
was within 58 of the total of 1890.
Beside the election machinery
was in the hands of Mr. Belamy 's
opponents. Mr. Dockery seems
to have a bad case.
The Durham county commis
sioners have abandoned the sys
tem of trusties. 911 the. chain
Bishop Cheshire's Father Dead.
The Rev. Dr. Joseph B Ches
hire, the father of Bishop Ches
hire, of Raleigh, died in Tarboro
last Saturday at the age of 84
A MOTHER TELLS HOW SHE
SAVED DAUGHTERS LIFE.
I am the mother of eight child
ren and have had a great deal of
expurhnce with medicines. Last
summer 11 v ulh daughter had
the dystfiitf.ry in its worst form.
We thought. sW would die. I
tried u.'-i-yt - 1 could think of.
I sav 7 1 1 ix . i cisement i?i our
paper tbar, Chamberlain's Colic,
Choltu-H. Mm Dhurhoea Kerned7
was highiv lecouimended and
sent and got a bottle at once. It
proved to be one of the very best
medicines we ever had the
house. It saved my littJe daught
er's life. I am anxious for every
mother to know what an excellent
medicire it is. Had known it at
first it would have saved me a
great d?al of anxietv aod my
little daughter much cuffering.
Yours truly, Mrs. Geo. F. Bur-!
dick, Liberty, H. I. For Sale by
M. L. Marsh & Co., Druggist.
Two job lts or Samples ofGe:)is
fiue hox, No., pUin and faucy
colors, at j '-woilii 20 to 2oc.
Fancy cidcred and black Lisle
at 18c worth 25 to 50c.
The fust lin. of Men's and La
dies' Hoiiiery on cue market for
Crochet Cotton, 1c per spool,
Silk (short measure; at 5c. Turk
ey lied Cotton, 20c pr dozan
spools. Eoibroidery Silks, filo,
outlining, ropo and twisted at 3c
per skein, worth 5 cents. Also
gold embroidery thread at 3c per
skein. Embroidery Hoops 5c.
Jobs in B"?' IVr
co:t to produce.
15c ana 10c ones fc; '
Paper at 10c per pn ,
Erasers lc, Typcv.vih: r
boa Paper for typewrj;:
sheets tor 5c, TypM 1;. ;
at 3 ounce for 5c.
Paper for Limp Shucr.--,
Toilet Paper 2 rolk- fur 10
ana iuucimgo .c, onoc ' i-;,4r-.
lc up, Tan do. 5c, lik'1': t)rts
5 to 15c, Wood Toot a Vk 4,
Boston Garters IS?, Drawers
Supporters 3c per pair Silk
Bosom Shirts 48o.
Glass Ware 5c up.
Crockery andTinw.tr e up stairs,
D. J. Bostian.
, J If you have anything t -sell
J If you are not a subscriber to J
I The Standard t
tjxbw la the time to subscribe, if
you can make it known through
I The Standard, j
is published every day (Sunday ex
cepted) and delivered at your door
for only 10c per week or 35c- per
prints home and other news that is
of interest to our readers and to make
it grow better we must have the pat
ronage of the people
Give us a trial whn you make
your next order for
Work ready when promised.
4, U you want to ;buy any thim?
4. you can call for it. tlin 1r
I The Standard.
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Jmade known on appliti:)11, J
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