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JOHN D7 B AKKIEK and SON,
Editors and Proprietors.
A Philadelphia dispatch of the
4 'Two Filipinos arrived in this
v'J ' on the hark Calburga, which-
lllJb rANDAlU) is published every re: cbed this port with a carfro
lav (Siiuati-.' excepted) and delivered by i Ar
"lies. ites of Subscription : ! of hemp, irom Manila, arier a
- 00 voyage of 147 days. Their
1 rl' I names are CY-ferino and Morris
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THE WEEKLY STANDARD is a
our-page, eight-column paper. It has i
.1 Krger circulation in Cabarrus than any
otIier,p iipc-r . Price 81.00 per annum in
advance. Advertising Hates :
Terras for regular advertisements
made known on application.
Address all communications to
Concord. N. C.
Coxcokd, N. C, Nov. 7.
THE A31E1UCAX 3IULE.
Bring np your mule stories
now, there strictly in order.
Since thy English at Lady smith
had two regiments cut to pieces
and cap ti, red by the Boers all
because the mules took on a
caper and ran away with the
ammui. i lion the mule has become
a buingoL distinction.
The Aslanta Constitution leads
off with a couple characteristic
.stories that take away some of
the .surprise that those mules be
haved in such unmilitary style.
The one is that once upon a
time a Georgia negro with his
Sunday clothes on and orna-
nied with a brass breast-pin
';.Umi;K'd to bridle the pacing
roan that had not yet finished
!.'. r Sunday morning feed. The
negro with the Sunday clothes on
was -vast on the other side
of Jordon" and the brass breast
pin wnt to a near-by field while
old roan with unrattled nerve
ground away on her cut. straw.
The other story was of "OJd
"Whitley" taking his Sunday rest
in a stall with a four foot alley
behind him which was bounded
by a wall. A dog was bounding
past in full speed but landed
against that wall with every
bone in him broken. This was
noti -d by some boys, not in
Sunday school, who pitched tin
cans that way to see them flat
tened as pancakes against that
wall. The mule however did
not wake up from his tranquil
The ( lotto Observer ' 'chews
l little that these mules
British service were
n mules and from the
! Sialvs at that. The
Momim? Post (Raleigh) is
patronising enough to say.
Up nigh, that these mules were
!..( ' in their native land and that
any now too much must not be
Oa K'.-t-'-d of these being that
nothinsr to be proud of in their
aucosiry uoi hopeful of in their
posier 1 1 v.
The mule is not without his
toric pesiige , however. He bore
on his back the head and
personation of the great Jewish
empire aud doubtless graced it
v. ith the rainbow shape of his
spinal column, for the heavier
the burden the more he abhors
a sway. He has to his credit,
too, that, he is not a wdiimng
marl;;":1 for 1 he heavier the load
the les ho seems to strain at it.
So bravo is he too that half the
time he runs away he goes back
war .1 th-'rby keeping his face
(if ti yr..; c:) itHo the foe.
Cannon,' and both express ex
treme hatred for Aguinaldo. In
speaking of the war in the
Philippines, Cerferino said:
" 'The Filipinos are losing
ground, and do not think the war
will last much longer. Aguin
aldo is a tyrant. He ifools. his
poor, ignorant, followers, and
makes them believe that if the
Americans win and get posses
sion of the islands they will be
worse off than they were when
the Spaniards held possession.
Many of them still think they are
" 'When there are any signs
weakening among his troops,
Aguinaldo whips them back into
xine by threatening to kill them.
He and his lieutenants have
thousands of Filipinos who
would be good and peaceful
citizens if they were not forced
to fight, so as to help him get
money and power. In Manila
and other places where the
Americans are in control, every
thing is quiet and peaceful. The
people like the open-hearted
way in which the government is
carried on, and are anxious to
see Aguinaldo crushed.' "
This is the statement of two
probably very irresponsible
testifiers but they have a better
chance to speak knowingly 'ban
many who are awfully shocked
at the outrage against Aguinaldo
and the strugglers for independence.
is the strongest Natural Lithia
water on the market and has
I noted physicians of the country
Lmv t( i v. cminrioritv over all
others. Kead what the noted
Dr. John Hey Williams, of Ashe
villc, has to say for Harris
Asheville, N. C, April 24, 1893.
An extended clin ical use of Har
ris Lithia Water prompts me to
the statement that I regard it as
oi.-k f ln Wt. ifnnt the host.
Lithia Water known to the pro
fession. In the condition of
Phosphatic Urine, its action is
marvellous. It s use in the Kheu
!m:riic and County Diseases afford
me more comfort than either the
I Buffalo or Londonderry Waters.
Very truly vours,
JOHN HEY WILLIAMS, M. D.
We guarantee that one glass of
Harris Lithia carbonated water
will relievo any case of indiges
tion in one minute or our agent
is authorized to refund you the
money, or if taken after each
meal will euro the most stubborn
case of indigestion. Why suf
fer when you have the guarantee?
M L Maksh,
Agent for Concord.
n TTIGH Oolor Plaid Goods tor omri ww...- v ;
f dresses .- it .
in t lie
One item of , evidence of the
unhusband-like conduct of Dr.
Buffaloe as brought out in the
trial was that he wTas never seen,
to draw his wife to his bosom in
affectionate embrace. From this,
we married men may draw the
conclusion that it is not best to
be so overmodest as to be always
behind the curtain when the
sweetheart impulses are not for
Eroiu Onr Neighboring Village.
Glass, Nov. 7. Rev. Nelson
is holding a series of meetings at
Mt. Olivet church.
Miss Maggie May Bogers,
who has been quite sir-: with
fever, is improving.
Kev. Ja.s. II Lippard, of Con
cord, will preach at Beth page
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Miss Van Wagner, his music
! teacher in the Concord Institute,
! will be nresent and will .'.rive us
a musical treat.
The people of Centre Grove
had a ''pounding" party at the
home of Mr. Richard Patterson
Miss Cora Isenhour's school
opened here Monday.
Rogers & Triese have em
ployed Miss Carrie Gillon to
stay in the store during the ill
ness of Miss Maggie Rogers.
A LIFE AND DEATH FIGHT, gg
?Jr. W.'A. Ilines oi marxhester, la.,
writing of liia almost miraculous escape
from death, says: ''Exposura after
measks induced serious' lung trouble,
which ended in Uonsumption. I had
frequent hemorrhages and coughed
nierlit and day. All my doctors said I
mupt soon die. Then I began to use
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, which completely cured me. .1
would not be without it eveu if it cost
So. 00 a bottle. Hundreds have used it
on my recommendation and nil say it
never fails to cure Throat, Chest and
Lung troubles." Regular size 50c and
$1.00 Trial bottles tree at Fetzers Drug
Died on burgeon's Table,
W A Andrews, of Durham
died Monday on the sugeon's ta
ble. An operation was regarded
as the last hope of relief. When
the incision was made it was
fouiid that no relief was possi
ble, and death followed.
INFANTS Long Ca:dim3r Cloaks, silk embroei e.i at 7r
Children s bhon wraps -i.
Winter Hoofls 18c. ta 93c. fiiito Sift at 533. to 333. Mm 2;-j;
Ladies' Jcrsy Rib Vests up, Dr:'cY !..
Ladies, Rib Wool Vests , .,c. auu l.k
Ladies' Jersey Rib Uidon iuvis 4,-.
1 ; 'k
Bov?s Under Shirt:
Men's Under Shirts, cotton, worn m.xee a ad ah
irom 18c. for all cotton to lor hue ah wuu;.
Men's Knit Drawers :-)7Ac. up.
We have as nice line ot Hosiery as oho an
can be found anywhere.
Light colored outing, suitable for infants, Ladies' -
sacques, gowns and Men's night shirts 01 to 10c.
ncl 12c. 1-2 np.
Cotton Flaei ss.Ei,
Drilling 7k. Sea Island 4c. up and Sheet 3Jc up. Coo ly;
wide Bleaching, worth Ojc, for 5c. Bleached Cambric full
yard-wide 7-Jc. 10-4 Bleached Sheeting at 2'2ic
. . . . T1 1 1 J
Table Dnmssk, 'm'vrayu., a 25c,
Bleached linen, do. 4 Ac. to Uoc.
Window Shades 10 and 5c. Curtain Poles l2ic. Counhvpnis,
assorted. Nice dot of tow-els. Stamped Tray covers etc,
40 Brands of Toilet soaps from 1c. to 10c.
We arc headquarters for Toilet Soaps.
Pepper Shakes 5c each, Bowls 10 and 24c, Syrup Pitchers 10
25c, Spoon holders 5c, one-half gallon Water Pitcher 15c.
NO CURE. NO PAT ,
That is" the way all druererists sell
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic for 'chills
aud Malaria. Jt is simply Jron , and
Quinine m a tasteless form. Children
80ve it. Adults refer it to bifler. hau-
ieaun JLonica rrice. o.
It will not be a surprise, to any who
are at all familiar with good qualities of
Chamberlain's Coujjh .Remedy, to know
that people everywhere take pleasure in
relating their experience in the use of
that splendid medicine and in te-ling
of the benefit they have received from
it, of bad colds it has cured, of
tLreatened attacks of pneumonia it has
u verted and of the children it has saved
from attacks croup and whooping
cough. It i- n grand, good medicine.
For yale by M. L. Marsh Sc Co.
Used By Brittish Soldiers in Africa.
Capt. C. G. Dennison is well known
all over Africa as command of the force
tbat captured the famous rebel Galishe.
Under date of Nov. 4. 1897, from Vry
burg, Bechuanaland, he writes: "Be
fore starting on the last campain I
bought a quantity of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
which I used myself when troubled with
bowel complaint, and had given to my
A THOUSAND TONGUES
Cotilrl not express the rapture of
Annie E. springer, of 1125 Howard st
Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consum
ption h id completely cured her hackiLg
cough that for made years had made
life a burden. All other remedies and
doctors could giye her no help, but she
says of this Royal Cure "it soon re
moved the pain in my chest and I can
now sleep soundly, something I can
scarcely remember doing before. I
reel like sounding its praises through
out the Universe.'' S-j will everyone
who tries Dr. King's New Discovery
for any trouble ii me Throat, Chest or
Laiugs, Puce 50c. and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at Fetzer's Drug Store;
eyery bottle guarantet d.
men, and m every case it proved most
Vs 'iJ his iidolity, any body ! beneficial." For sale by M. L. Marsh
iniow.s Liui aniis 1 -O aepena
rd upoa ) brimr about the thing
BE KI 101 OLD COW.
We keep the ideal feed for the
cows. The very thing you need:
COTTON SEED HULLS.
OTTON . SEED MEAL.
OTTOxT SEED PEED.
The latter being meal and hulls j
mixed in proper proportions for
cow feed. Send us your order.
Gobblets 20 and 30c set, Tumblers 15c per set, 4 pices Table sets
25c, 7 pices Ice Cream set 25c, 7 pieces Water set 25 and 33c. Water
Bottles 18c, Vinegar Pitcher 10c, Covered Sugar Bowls 5 an 1 10c,
covered Butter Dishes 10 and 25c, covered Preserve Stm ds 25c,
covered Comports 25c, Cream Pitchers 5 and 10c, Cake Plates 5c,
Pickle Dishes 5 and 10c. Calory Trays 10;-, Olive Dishes 5c, Salt
and 25c, Sr
Full Line of Tin and Enameled Warp.
24 in. Boards with 1G games . . - '-.-5.
28 in Boards with 20 games s3,50,
Crockinole Boards 1.3:;,
Small games 10 to 48c.
New lot of Quilts, Feather Pillows, Blankets, etc., shortly.
D. J. Bostian,
Laree Portrat frames with 16x20 glass at
J If you are. not a subscriber to J
t The Standard t
& now is me time to suDscriDe.
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you can make it known through
is published every day Sunday ex
cepted) and delivered at ijour door
for only 10 c- per week or ooc per
prints home and other news that is
oi interest to our readers and to make
it grow better we must have the pat
ronage of the people
Giye us a trial when you make
your next order for
Work ready when promised.
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you can: -call for it through
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made known on application
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least expected. WAis"y5Sre?' !