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THE WLEKLY STANDARD is a
v)nr-p-: . jht-coniLL'U puper. It has
a larger circ ulation in Cabarrus than any
other'pup.ti". Price 1.00 per auiium in
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Term:- f.r regular advertisements
muie ki own on application.
A.' j i il (.crimunicuticus to
Concord, N. C.
HUH M.J 1IH
Concord, N. C, Oct 16.
00M PAUL TIIHTE1) A PANTI1EU.
It is in order now, of course,
to tell stories of heroism about
Oom Paul, or President Kruger,
so '.'Aunt Jane" in the Home
and Farm comes forward with
The story runs that, at tl o
age 17, he was driving a pair
of oxer to a wagen in Cape Col
ony. itli him was his little
sister, whom he was charged
with protecting. When within
some miles of home they were
attacked by a panther. The
oxen took fright and ran. The
sister was thrown out and was at
the mercy of the ferocious beast.
Paul quickly sprang from the
wag oil and, with', no weapon,
engaged the panther. It was an
awful tight in which Paul's hide
was . ut almost into shoe-strings,
but he succeeded in getting a
grip on the mobster's throat,
which b did not yield till he
had sh- ,uT ail of that enemy's
The P' efs learned to look
upon him as invincible.
romrnns to be seen whether
h? can get the British lion by
the throat, since he has given
him a most awful twist of the
DISMAL SWAMP CANAL.
T'he Dismal swamp canal con
necting our eastern sounds with
Norfolk was formally opened on
Saturday the 14th. The impor
tnce of this event, as regards
small vessils, is such as to make
it an ?r)och in history.- : - : v
The student of geography will
ses at a glance1 that a vessel of
light craft may sail . from Balti
more Richmond, Washington
and other places via Chesapeake
bay through this canal- and Al
bemarle, Pamlico ' atnd' Core
sounds', coming into Orislbw Bay
below Cape Lookout, thereby,
escap - ng "tfie 'dangers of 'Hat eras',
the worst point along "o'tir Atlan
tic coast. . . .. "..
This canal we believe was sur
vey ed : by George Washington
while a civil eng i neer. Through
the junglecalled Dismal Swamp
the canal is built much like a
railroad. At points it is cut
through little hills and at other
points the water is held in by
dikes or walls much like the
Mississippi river. These dikes
made the canal an easy prey to
the destructive hand' of war in
the GO's and it has "not been 6per"
ative since till just now.
Tne soothing -and dealing prop
erties of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, its pleasant-taste and
t , ompt a nd permanent ' ciirea
have made it a great favorite with
the people everywhere. For sale
by M. L. Marsh & Co., Druggists,
'4!ant. Minnie, of Durham, has
invoated and had patented an
i lKt.rnmHnt with which a soldier i
, . ,u
in emereneitis can nmnu ma-
tpriM.l lirn.orrfiRS in throw iniT in
breastworks. It is a little shovel
with a socket into which a bayo-
net with its ' scabbord can
thrust making a good .strong
handle. The little shoxel niay
be carried in the ha versa civ or
on the belt when on a march.
Capt. Michie is a practical en
gineer and has doubtless gotten
up a thing that soldiers will ap-
preciaiem sucn expeiic c r jAmil ltor known to the pro
hasty reforming of lines when j ession. In the condition of
tools can't be had with readiness.
A Push for the Canal.
The Industrial connection says
a Huntsville, Alabama, dis
patch of the 13th passed resolu
t'.ons'at its close asking all south?
em congressman to aid Senator
Morgan in' his efforts to secure
the building of the Nicaraguan
canal; Senator Morgan in a
''Hitherto the people of the
United' States,have not appre
ciated the1 imjortdnce of this ca
nal. During the recent war,
when one of our battleships had
to go around the Horn, the peo
ple generally realized its impor
tance." The senator now hopes to suc
ceed and has expressed the bo
lief that the canal will be built
within six years.
The following recommenda
tions were adopted by the con
vention: That ' the association
be made permanent and hold
meetings each sixth month in
the various cities of the south;
that industrial and immigration
bureaus be established in every
southern state to assist in build
ing up the different states, and
f iat the race problem be entirely
sop;-; rated from politics."
We note from the Daily Repor
ter that Mr. J P Caldwell the
able editor of the Charlotte Ob
server arrived iirStatesville Pri
d ly. We're always glad to have
him on the ground but we were
not ye satiated -with his unique
In a case of eggs opened at
Pensacola, Fla., ona was found
oh ; which some fellow in Ten
nessee wrote that he wanted a
wife very bad, and had plenty of
property. That fellow, may be
hatching out plenty of trouble
for 'himself. Wilmington Star.-
For the Barium Springs Orphanage.
; A special collection was taken
at the First Presbyterian church
Sunday aijrn'oofrjf or the benefit
of 'the Bantlnr; Springs orphan-
l&gei ;'The7mice sum of $21.35
was dona ted: Sir. Lawrence
Iioonrjs, of New York, who is an
enthusiastic church worker and
whose' ! generosity has been
sHpwn at this place, made a talk
to those present. : .
A miiUry keeUng Tfnlght.
Thr members of the military
companywill - meet tonight in
their armory and elect a captain
an,d also the second' lieutenant.
Thip is the second time the com
afii has been callecl to: meet for
that purpose, and they : hope for
a better attendance tonight.
THE APPETITE OF WA GD AT.
Is tovied "Kjr rjo'or 'dyspeptic,
whose, -StomaelrWid! 'Liver are out of
orderv AUfuoh'flhonld know that Dr.
Kirig'$ New .Life , Pills, the wonderful
Stomach nd Live Remedy, sives &
regnlar bodily habit that insures perfect
health and .gre&tenergy. Only 25c. at
iiie strongest Natural Lithia
wafer on the
market and has
the endorsement ot the- most
voted physicians of the country
j as to its superiority over all
others. LVad wliat tiie noted
Dr. John Hey Williams, of Ashe
ville, has to say for Harris
vsheviHe, N. C. April 24, 1893.
An extended clin .: al use of Har
ris Lithia Water prompts me to
the statement thai I regard it as
one of the best, if not the best,
Phosphatic" Urine, its action is
marvellous. Its use in the Eheu:
matic and County Diseases afford
ino more comfort than either the
Buffalo or Londonderry Waters.
Very truly yours," '
JOHN HEY WILLIAMS, M. D.
We guarantee that one'glass of
Harris Lithia carbonated water
will relieve any case of indiges:
tior in one minute or 'our ajgeht
is authorized to refund you the
money, or if taken ; Uf ter . each
meal will cure the niost stubborn
case of indigestion, ' Why suf
fer when you ha Ve the guarantee?
M L; Marsh,
Agent for Concord.
You aesume no risk when jon
buy Chamberlain's Colic! tlholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy:- M. -L
Marsh .& Co. will refund-your
money if you are not satisfied
aftr using it. It is everywhere
admitted to be tlie most' success-
f al remedy in use for bowel com
plaints and the only one that
never fails.1 It is pleasunt, safe
Reduced Rates to the State Fair.
On account of the State Fair
the Southern will sell round trip
tickets to Kaleigh Oct. 14, 15, 10,
i anu aL raie oi ,o.ou ana on
Oct. 18 and 19 at rate of $3.80
round trip. All tickets limited
returning Oct. -23rd.
We offer one hundred dollars
reward for any oaee of catarrh
that can not by cured by Hall's
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props.,
. Toledo, Ohio.
Wa the undersigned, have
Known X J Uheney for the last 15
years,1 aud believe him perfectly
in Kin , l . nil hnnin v rt
tions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their
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West & Truax, , '
r . . . u .,QfoledOj O. .
Walding, Kinnan & Mamn,y r
Wholesale Prugei&ts, , ;
r Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is1 taken : in
ternally, acts ;)dire6tly- 1nrp6ii" 'tti
blood and cnucOu surface 6f ; thi
aystem. Pried V 76Qi vper botUei
Sold: by all druggists. w Testimo-.
Parni Eoir Sale
;-.:.. ..vv- "- .
la pursuatice of jndfinU&tancl-de
cree, of sale duly rendered in the' bape
rior Court'of Oabarrttflbourity inHhe
oase of J 0 Query et a),? ex partem Jtfee
Mnderiighed will expose r to public Bale
at the court house door in the ? town 3f
Concord, K . . C.on. .idonday No.
yernber 6tlu 1899, at 12 o'clock 'Mci
the following tfat of ltfiid in -Ui
townanrp, bonnded 1 asv follow: " Bei
KinnwiKa n jd. u. in fne ianey Andrew
corner and runs with Andrw; line S.','
B 35 poles to white oak in the lane then S
Lk q tholane,
Phillips corner, then with PhtlHnfl land
N. 14, E. 35 poles to hickory; Phillips
corner, then with Phillips and Kinerling
h. 120 polee to a post-oak,. King's cofJ
ner, men jn. ho poles to hickory on bf
Kan's line, ien -with it N. ;81i Wi59
poles to a stake by 'an old road. Mor
gan corner, thenN.'SO, W. 175. passine-
Andrew's corner; ttieM with Andrew's
S. 35, W. 76 poles tonB. J.'br ihe aide
of a glade, thear&-.3& 5a poles to a B.
J. saplinj?, thenS: 26 poles to
the beginning,, oontarnihg 106f acres,
more or lesr. germr of sale: v One,haU
cash, balance t payable vl 4 months after
date. TOIe resEYedtiU;: purchase
money la.paid inolL o ' m .
n ' R.Mobrison, Com'r.
Concord, N. O...Oct-5,l99. .
Caldwell & Stiekley, Att'jg. "
We have just received a lot of Stamped Linens wh ;
are selling far below their usual values. If you anticipate , ,
any Embroidery for Christmas presents now is a good time to : , ,
your work. Small Doylies or squares for lc, hirger oh.n ;
to 10c. Table and Tray Cover, Center Pieces, Splashers ana ,..
15 to 25 cents.
Wide hemmed with wide silk stitching as above at 5 to .,.
See Our Window Display.
Embroidery Silks, wash colors, 3c,
Embroidery Hoops 5 and 15c,
Embroidery Scrim 15c yard
fembroiiier Silk (not wash colors) l-2c
; . Crocket Cotton 4 and 5c. Silk 5c Short
Special n Stationery Department.
200 New Novels at 10c
Indelable Ink at 10c.
White Ink at IOc.
Game Boards, containing sixteen gams
$2.25 and twenty dito for S3.50.
See cur 5 and 10c Departments up-stairs.
Nice lot of Glass etc. in them.
If you are not a subscriber to J
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